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It seems the issues between Kevin Garnett and Carmelo Anthony have been resolved.
The two Eastern Conference All-Stars teamed up to make fun of TNT announcer Craig Sager‘s turquoise suit. Sager asked Anthony about the spat between the Knick and Celtic at practice, and Anthony pulled Garnett over to help him answer the question.
“Honey Nut Cheerios” were not mentioned, but Garnett did ask Sager what the motivation for wearing his suit was. Check out Sager’s answer and the fun exchange between Garnett and Anthony in the video below.
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Just five weeks ago, Carmelo Anthony hated Kevin Garnett. We all know the story; Anthony and Garnett were going at it in a tightly contested game back on Jan. 8. It got chippy and the two started jawing and before long, Garnett went below the belt like he normally does and allegedly said that Anthony’s wife “tastes like Honey Nut Cheerios.”
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Kevin Garnett gives the best interviews, especially as the years go by. Well mix Garnett and the bold dresser that us Craig Sager and you have a righteous television experience. Sager is known for his loud wardrobe choices and Garnett for his loudness; mix ‘em together and what do you have? A Christmas ornament.The post Kevin Garnett to Craig Sager: “You look like a Christmas...
Apparently ganging up on Craig Sager with Carmelo Anthony Saturday at All-Star practice wasn’t enough. In a sideline interview with Sager during the All-Star game Sunday, KG clowned the TNT reporter’s attire (photos) again:
“Stop wearing stuff like this when you’re doing real interviews. Straight up. You look like a Christmas ornament.” – Kevin Garnett to Craig Sager
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Here's an excerpt from Woj's article (co-written with Marc Spears) (link).
The Boston Celtics and Los...
I love how they keep on wanting Bolt to give props to other teams and players, but it's all about Kevin Garnett and the Celtics for the world's fastest man.
Big thanks to Celtics Lifer Tia Compenser for the video tip.
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