Kendrick Perkins gets away with offensive foul on crucial Thunder basket

The OKC Thunder took down the Rockets in Game 2 of their series, but may have had a little bit of help. Check out this foul that Kendrick Perkins gets away with on a big play down the stretch.

The Oklahoma City Thunder were up, 98-97, with slightly over one minute remaining. Then Kevin Durant found Thabo Sefolosha for a WIDE open three pointer to push the lead to 101-97. But how did Sefolosha get so open? Kendrick Perkins gave him some help by grabbing Chandler Parsons' arm.

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Here's a closer look at Perkins blatantly grabbing Parsons and the ref not calling the foul.

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