Found April 24, 2013 on Celtics Life:
Last night during Game 2, Kevin Garnett suffered a hip-injury related to a hip pointer Rotoworld reported. Makes sense why Kevin was looking fatigued, and frustrated the whole game. With all the bogus fouls and missed shots, KG needs to have a better game 3 for us to have any chance. At least he is able to practice on Thursday and hopefully will be ready for Friday's game, thank God for David Stern and trying to prolong the NBA playoffs. What do you guys think about KG so far in the playoffs? Comment below. Follow Terry P here
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