Found October 24, 2011 on Celtics Life:
Since coming to Boston Kevin Garnett has been a model Celtic. He hates losing more than he loves winning, his emotional charge could inspire anyone to run through a brick wall, his defensive tenacity has been the newfound backbone of the franchise, and his skill level, even at 35, is a sight to be seen at the power forward position. Before coming to Boston KG was still an absolutely dominant force. He didn't just dominate defensively... he dominated offensively, with his passing, with his shooting, with his rebounding AND with his defense. In 2006 Kevin played his final season with the Minnesota Timberwolves, that year he had 66 double doubles and 3 triple doubles. Despite being 30 years old Kevin Garnett was still arguably the best power forward in The NBA. That next season would be a special one for Kevin and The Celtics. After being traded to Boston for Al Jefferson and a huge box of basketballs, KG quickly set aside all his individual aspirations in order to built a perf...
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