Shaking my head.
I love Kevin Garnett. I loved him as a player before he was traded to the Celtics. I respected him as a man crying because of his loyalty to losing franchise. I’ve always respected the passion and the intensity that make him the player that he is. But when is it enough? When does the passion and intensity become more of a burden than an advantage? Maybe I’m wearing green goggles and I just don’t realize that we’ve already passed that point with Garnett.
What is it going to take to get Kevin Garnett to bottle his frustrations and save the intensity when the clock is at zero for another game?
Better question might be, is it even fair to ask him to tone it down? Is it hypocritical?
After all, how can you condemn a man for his intensity when it’s largely the very reason he is the player you ask him to be?
Kevin Garnett is a lot of things as a basketball player. But he is even more as a man. A man wearing the right uniform. I’ve respected Kevin Garnett the man for a l...