“I’m not going to answer any more knee questions,” said Garnett. “It’s getting old, OK? Y’all know what I’m dealing with here. I said it yesterday that no one in this league at this point — what 14 games played? — is 100 percent. Hell, I got worked on even when I didn’t have surgery, so it’s just the same rituals and stuff like that, not coming up with myths and all that stuff that’s coming up. I always get treatment before games, hell, you see Paul [Pierce] and [Rajon] Rondo get massages. My ritual is no different than that.”
An ill-timed follow-up question asked about Garnett’s knee.
“Next question,” he snapped. When none came immediately, he added, “Cool, then we done,” and departed.
I think I’m going to end my next meeting at work with that. “Cool, then we done.”
In other news, J.R. Giddens is awesome in one-on-one during practice. From Forsberg’s Twitter:
I can’t think of a better way to encapsulate Giddens’s young career.