Kendrick Perkins Arrest Comes After 'Accident' At Stephen Jackson's Home On Thursday, According To Report

Kendrick Perkins was arrested early Saturday morning at fellow NBA player Stephen Jackson's home. Contrary to earlier reports, however, Jackson was not booked.

Perkins was reportedly booked at the Jefferson County jail on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct, according to CBS affiliate KFDM. The news station earlier reported that Jackson was arrested as well, though the newest reports indicate that the incident simply happened at his home and he was spared from another brush with the law.

Unfortunately for Perkins, a quiet big man for the Oklahoma City Thunder, he seems to be having quite a rough week while hanging out with Jackson in Texas. According to KFDM, Perkins had an "accident" at Jackson's home in Port Arthur late Thursday nigh and was treated for minor injuries before being released.

Perkins was in town helping out at a basketball camp with Jackson, something that would happen every summer, so this isn't exactly an issue that could have been prevented had their not been an NBA lockout. Still, it's sad to see.

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