Kendrick Perkins, the dude that straight up got put on a poster by Blake Griffin on January 30th, has some strong words for LeBron James. Perkins, who's name was trending on twitter for almost 2 days (he eventually deleted his account), was upset that James' tweeted about the dunk and eventually expressed his displeasure to Yahoo! Sports. "You don't see Kobe tweeting...you don't see Michael Jordan tweeting. If you're an elite player, plays like that don't excite you." First off, I don't even think Kobe has a twitter account, and if MJ does, he sure as hell didn't have one when he was ballin out in Chi-town. Perkins added, "I just feel like [James] is always looking for attention and he wants the world to like him," (seems pretty accurate to me). While James may have just been paying respect to Blake Griffin, he probably shouldn't have said what he said. It was pretty obvious how embarrassing all this was for Perkins and LeBron chiming in didn't make things better, so I see why Perkins got upset. But anyhow those comments were coming from the same guy who got dunked on at his own summer camp, and then had the tape confiscated IMMEDIATELY (that's some pussy shit right there), so until he wins a championship (or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5...etc), LeBron should just keep to himself.