Shaqtin' a Fool: Cleveland Cavs Couldn't Beat Team with Only 5 Players

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The Cleveland Cavaliers came up short against an L.A. Lakers team that was comically sans players on Feb. 5. But have no fear: Both sides still contributed to the ample supply of ineptitude for the latest edition of Shaqtin' a Fool.

There's Kendrick Perkins doing his usual Kendrick Perkins things. (And Scott Brooks continuing to look as though it is the first time he's seen this all, even though he's been playing Perkins in Quixotic fashion for years now.)

There are passes to no one, passes to the wrong team and what passes for the (alleged) sounds of a pelican.

And of course, there's Corey Brewer botching a dunk so badly that it prompts former teammate Derrick Williams to clown him on Twitter, right before one-upping Brewer with a horrendous attempt of his own.

This week is so jam-packed with gaffes that even Gorgui Dieng's three-point folly didn't make the cut. Not a good week for the Minnesota Timberwolves—past or present—by the way.

JaVale McGee wasn't even there to participate in it all. (Get well soon, JaVale!) Join the hilarity with TNT's Shaqtin' a Fool!

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