Our good friend and former CelticsHub writer Zach Lowe of The SI Point Forward Blog made light of the entertaining incident of Sunday’s matinee contest. Makes you wonder what kind of stuff KG did around the house with no NBA around:
I’ve had maybe two conversations with Garnett, so I don’t know him at all, and he certainly has no idea who I am. If you follow me on Twitter, you know Garnett’s face serves as my avatar, and that’s in part because he is one of my all-time favorite players, based simply on his on-court contributions. I have never seen a better defensively player in my lifetime, and I learned a lot about how team defense can work by watching Garnett. He plays with unusual intensity, and it seems clear now he has to go to some scary places — some borderline inhuman places — to fuel that intensity. Poor Andrea Bargnani is the latest victim, and he didn’t seem all that upset about it.
This is KG, once and forever.
Check out Zach’s full post on it here.
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