Boston Celtics star Kevin Garnett is a physically imposing figure. When he yells, you should probably listen, take notes, and maybe check your underwear to make sure the coast is clear.
Shooting guard Avery Bradley realized this early on in his career. The 21-year-old recently discussed how much leadership Garnett brings to the table, even admitting he was once a little terrified of The Big Ticket during practice.
"I didn't want to get in, because I was so scared of KG yelling at me if I messed up," Bradley said at the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation's Summer Soiree, according to WEEI.com. "I would sit on the sideline. I might not even get in the whole practice, because I didn't want KG to yell at me."
Bradley said he would eventually overcome his fear, but it may have been due in large part to Garnett's encouragement during Bradley's rookie year. KG took the youngster under his wing and guided him down the promising path he's now on.
"One day, KG saw me on the bus," Bradley ...