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Best of KG: Kevin Garnett Blocking Shots After The Whistle

Posted by shawn cassidy on July 18, 2013 at 5:15 AM



It could be the last minute of the game,or the NBA Finals no less. It doesn't matter for KG when it comes to taking any advantage over his competition. This has become the 'KG'. When he first came to Boston, and started this. I always kind of remembered him doing it in Minnesota, but not like he did in Boston. It's a practice of KG's I'll miss. I hope you enjoy the video as much as I did.


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Reply paul
10:02 AM on July 18, 2013 
Who?

I mean, KG, Pierce and Doc all seemed to want out. That's the impression I have. Do you really think Danny wouldn't have listened if KG had gone to him and said, "man, I really want to stay and help the young guys develop"? I think he would have. Or what if Paul had said, "man, I know my pay is a lot, but maybe we can find some way to work around it, and meanwhile the important thing is that I finally get it that I have to find a way to work with Rondo that supports Rondo all the way. No more lurking in the background waiting for my chance to take over and be the hero again. I've seen the light. Would Danny have listened to that? As for Doc, he seems to have run out of ideas and seems like he wanted to ring chase and wanted to fulfill his crush on Chris Paul. It makes me sick to think that Doc was, as it appears, hankering after Chris Paul this whole time. I know something went down between Rondo and Doc around the time of that Clippers game. I'm sure of it. It will come out eventually. The gang could have been kept together, but I don't think they really wanted it.
Reply paul
11:38 AM on July 18, 2013 
I mean Terry says KG and PP wish things had ended differently, as if they had no hand in how things ended.