Kevin Garnett has always been one to talk a lot of junk on the floor over the course of his 18-year career between Minnesota and Boston. But off of the court it is a different story.
Except this time around, the story surrounding Garnett has everyone in Boston mystified if the “Big Ticket” really is set to play his last All-Star Game on Sunday in Houston.
This will mark Garnett’s 15th NBA All-Star Game and could also translate to his last season in the NBA if you want to read between the lines.
I’ll put it just like this: I’m more than grateful that I’m going to this game," Garnett said after Wednesday night's win over the Chicago Bulls.
"I’m not gong to act like I got more All-Star games in me, or whatever. So I’m actually going to enjoy this one with some friends and family. That’s what I meant.
We all know what KG meant last summer he contemplated retirement, only to re-sign a three-year deal with the Boston Celtics worth $36 million. It was expected to be one final r...