UPDATE: Thunder’s Perkins accused of punching woman and her brother outside nightclub
UPDATE: 4:41 p.m. – Statement from Sam Presti, OKC Thunder Executive Vice President and General Manager.
“We were made aware of the allegations. It is something we take seriously and are gathering more information. We will no further comment at this time.”
HOUSTON – An NBA player is accused of punching a woman and her brother outside a Houston nightclub.
Kendrick Perkins, who lives in Tomball and plays for the Oklahoma City Thunder, posted a $1,000 bond Thursday morning on the misdemeanor assault charge.
His brother-in-law, Quincy Alpough, faces the same charge.
According to court documents, the incident happened back in July outside the Nox nightclub in the 4700 block of Nett.
The case was initially dismissed, but Perkins and Alpough were charged when it was re-filed.
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