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If you want a laught and something to make you feel good about what is NOT in Boston any more go to NBA.com and check out the Knicks/Wolves highlights from the other night. On one play Garnett gets the ball in to Blount under the basket and Blount fumbles it around a bunch of times till Garnett just comes in and grabs it and slams it. Too damn funny!

Since the trade and the odd thing is that while individually the ex-Celtics have played pretty well statistically the team's record is worse than before they brought all those guys in. There's good reason to believe that the draft pick of theirs that we have next year could be pretty valuable.
 

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That damn NBA Media Player never works for me!

The play sounds hilarious, but I only wish PP could have done something like that for Blount (Pronounced Blu nt...wtf? :confused: ) Another reason why I think KG should come East.



(That was my 300th post!)
 

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Garnett voices complaints as Timberwolves struggle

I don't want to go through this any more," Garnett said after the Wolves squeaked out a win over the lowly New York Knicks on Sunday. "I think I'm more deserving of a better team and I think the city's more deserving of a better team, coming in here having something that's going to be competitive and having us getting back to the Western Conference finals. But I do know you just can't blink and it's going to happen; you have to actually spend the time and effort. So, we'll see."
Garnett certainly is trying. In a town where former Vikings receiver Randy Moss once infamously uttered, "I play when I want to play," no one has ever questioned KG's effort. He is averaging 21.8 points and 12.4 rebounds in 39 minutes this season, the latest in a long line of superb performances.


For all those efforts and all that energy expended, the wins have been hard to come by. The young Timberwolves enter Wednesday night's game at 29-41, well on their way to their worst record since they won 26 games in 1995-96.
who wants him? pretty much every team. who will offer enough to get him? we'll see.
 
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