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KG has lost it. If there was a concern that Kevin Garnett had not fully gone off the deep-end, his latest comparison of team chemistry to a microwavable chimichanga has solidified his insanity. However, never one to miss an opportunity, the Food Network has jumped on the Big Ticket's culinary quote and is in the process of creating a platform for KG to connect with his home cooked fans. Anythings possible... in Kitchen Stadium.
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Kevin Garnett, speaking from the Celtics training camp, is upset that David Stern rushed the start of the season.
Kevin Garnett is not one to hide emotions, whether he is upset about losing games in Minnesota, furious with Charlie Villanueva for being Charlie Villanueva, angry at Channing Frye for standing near his personal space, disappointed by David Stern’s decision to compact training camp, or letting everyone know that anything is possible after winning an NBA title.So when Dennis ...
Paul Flannery of WEEI just passed along via his Twitter account easily the most nonsensical quote of the day — perhaps of the week, nay, the season — from the NBA. Here’s Kevin Garnett of the Boston Celtics not-so-succinctly explaining how chemistry isn’t just cooked up in a frying pan and then thrown in a [...]
Kevin Garnett is an awesome quote. We've come to learn that over the course of his Boston career, a tenure that will enter its fifth season this year. Garnett hasn't missed a beat, as he offered an interesting analogy on Tuesday when talking about the effect the lockout has on teams' ability to build chemistry. Check it out in the video above.
This year's NBA training camp is shorter than usual, and this upsets a lot of players who'd like more time to gel with their teammates. It has especially upset Boston's Kevin Garnett, who blessed us with this train wreck of a cooking metaphor during the Celtics' practice today: More »
I really am going to miss Kevin Garnett when he's gone. The man really can be a great interview.
Today on WEEI, KG spoke on a number of topics... but here's what he had to say on the #1 topic of December so far: Rajon Rondo:
I’ve grown to understand Shorty. His greatest gift is his greatest curse. We as players try to help him to understand that. Me, more...
Kevin Garnett expressed his disappointment for the rushed training camp into a 66-game season.
If experience counts, the Boston Celtics should have an edge coming out of the lockout. Four of their players have been through two of them.
Kevin Garnett already had played three seasons when his first NBA lockout began on July 1, 1998. Ray Allen and Jermaine O'Neal were two-year veterans. And Paul Pierce was looking forward to his first season after being taken with the 10th...
Boston Celtics stars Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Paul Pierce all voiced great displeasure Tuesday with a cram-session training camp cobbled together in the aftermath of the lockout.
I was disgusted when I heard the out-burst of Stephen A. Smith were returning to ESPN. However, he does seem to get the recent comments of Kevin Garnett, regarding the shortened NBA-everything. I returned to my disgust of Stephen A. as soon as he described Paul Pierce as a different man and aloof since winning [...]
Don't expect culinary genius, says Kevin Garnett. Don't go looking for Lydia Shire at the fry cook's station.
Gary Dzen, Boston Globe:NBA Development League standout Greg Stiemsma has the opposite problem, lacking NBA experience entirely, and his partially guaranteed deal is more of a flier than a sure thing.That leaves Kevin Garnett, Brandon Bass, Chris Wilcox, and rookie JaJuan Johnson — none of whom are true centers — to back up O’Neal. Should O’Neal get hurt — which is probably...
Also, Sid predicts the Timberwolves will have as much excitement surrounding them this season as they did when Kevin Garnett was playing for them.