ESPN’S Kendrick Perkins was disgusted by what he saw out of an NBA playoff contender.

The Philadelphia 76ers lost in the opening round of the playoffs to the New York Knicks 4-2, and Perkins hated what he saw from Tobias Harris.

Kendrick Perkins roasted Tobias Harris on First Take
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Kendrick Perkins roasted Tobias Harris on First TakeCredit: ESPN/First Take

Harris didn't score a single point in the last game of the Sixers' playoff run
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Harris didn’t score a single point in the last game of the Sixers’ playoff runCredit: Getty


Perkins unleashed a hilariously mean analogy about Harris on First Take after watching the Sixers play.

“Tobias Harris, let him walk. I mean, damn,” Perkins said.

“He asked them if they wanted something from Chick-fil-A before the game.

“The team told him yes and he came back with a bag full of napkins and straws.

“I mean he was just a no-show out there.”

Harris was a full participant in the opening round of the playoffs, averaging 36.3 minutes per game.

In those minutes, he averaged 9.0 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game.

However, in the final game of the series, Harris put up a complete dud that contributed to the Sixers’ series loss.

Harris played 29 minutes and didn’t score a single point while grabbing four rebounds and providing three assists.

Fans were baffled by Perkins’ harsh analysis of Harris’ performance, but couldn’t say he wasn’t right.


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“Most disrespectful thing I’ve heard in a while, but damn he ain’t wrong lol. If your making 30+ million and drop a fat goose egg you deserve to get roasted,” one fan said.

“Holy hell, what a WILD analogy from KP,” another fan said.

“One of the first statements I actually agree with Perkins on,” a third fan said.

“38 mill for nothing,” a fourth fan said.

The biggest knock against Harris has been his performances compared to his salary.

Harris is playing on a five year, $180 million contract, and his cap hit for this season was $39 million.

In comparison, Tyrese Maxey is making $4.3 million this year and he averaged 29.8 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 6.8 points per game in the playoffs for the Sixers.

Harris is a free agent this offseason, and it seems more than likely that he won’t return to the Sixers.

Harris is a free agent after his $180 million contract ended
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Harris is a free agent after his $180 million contract endedCredit: Getty