J.A. Sherman talks on the Phil Naessens Show about the Kendrick Perkins incident

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Phil Naessens and Sherman have an impromptu discussion about the Kendrick Perkins legal situation and what it means for players living in today's society.

I stopped by the Phil Naessens Show for a second time this week and we took the opportunity to discuss the Kendrick Perkins altercation in greater detail. We also got into the subject matter of how the Thunder will use the DeAndre Liggins precedent in Perkins' situation, and what it means for athletes in general as they try to exist in our society.

Also joining Phil in today's show is our good friend Kevin Lipe, editor emeritus at Grizzly Bear Blues and now a reporter at the Memphis Flyer, and Eric Stephen from True Blue LA, something something baseball.

Phil has announced that he is in consideration for Podcast of the Year. If you have a moment, hop on over to the Podcast Awards site and enter in the name of his show and his show's URL, http://phillipnaessens.wordpress.com.

Naessens has a global following, broadcast Monday thru Friday at Max Sports Channels,Talk SuperstationArmed Forces Radio Network and Kozmik Radio.

If you would like to download the Phil Naessens show, you can download it HERE.

In the alternative, if you'd like to subscribe to the show's podcast, you can do that HERE.

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