Originally written on Celtics Life  |  Last updated 4/10/13
The Celtics lost an ugly game against the Brooklyn Nets 101-93, but before the final buzzer went off, Kevin Garnett took it upon himself to let Kris Humphries know Boston does not care for him much. With just under nine minutes left in the fourth quarter there was a loose ball. Both Garnett and Humphries went for the ball and Humphries clearly had it. Garnett took the opportunity to dig in his heels and throw his back into Humphries face with an elbow or two to boot. Bold move for a guy who already had a technical and could have been ejected in a game that was still in reach at the time. That being said, it was great to see Garnett show Humphries that he had not forgotten the "brawl" in November when Humphries nailed Garnett in mid-air. Rondo then got into Humphries face and everyone was pushing and shoving everyone else. This game didn't really matter in terms of playoff seeding as both teams are pretty cemented in their spots with Brooklyn in fourth and Boston in seventh. The o...
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  • The Nets aren't the Nets w/o Humphries in the starting rotation-he needs more game time He could have slammed Garnett but as always KH is a professional player looking to play BB and not get into brawls.
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