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Earlier this year, Complex.com published video clips of Kevin Garnett's 15 Craziest Moments. With KG dominating the 2012 NBA playoffs in ways only he can, I figure it's a good time to relive the insanity.
The video above is Rajon Rondo's reaction to hearing Garnett's screams from the next room. It's #15 on the list and its priceless.
Here's the other KG moments:
14. KG throws water in his face
13. Shirtless KG after a win
12. Pounds ball of his face
11. Get that sh*t outta here block in LA
10. Telling Craig Sager he needs to burn his suit
9. Messing with Amare
8. Quentin Richardson meet KG's elbow
7. Cooking with KG
6. Bill Walker choke hold
5. Chopping Dwight Howard
4. Channing Frye nut tap
3. Making Big Baby cry
1. Anything is possible
I'm pretty sure a new list will include the push-ups vs Miami. The bar fight interview might be my favorite. What's yours?
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