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Kevin Garnett will man the middle again for the Celtics, but he will have nine new teammates. (AP)

Kevin Garnett will man the middle again for the Celtics, but he will have nine new teammates. (AP)

Boston Celtics’ Kevin Garnett reacts after making a basket in the first quarter of Game 4 of an NBA basketball first-round playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks, in Boston on Sunday, May 6, 2012. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)


9 Comments for “Kevin Garnett”

  1. Subdude Says:

    Tell you what, we were seconds away from being up 3-1 and pissing that away as well. It feels real good this morning buy we could be feeling just like Kessel.

  2. Charles Champagne Says:

    My eyes still can’t believe what they saw! Toronto went into the bend but don’t break defense and I’ll be damned if it didn’t break! To a man they stopped pressing and the Bruins hit the switch…End result Toronto goes home, Boston prepares for the Rangers.

  3. psycho1039 Says:

    huh?

  4. Bruinman86 Says:

    Yeah, I’m still in shock. The comeback was very impressive, but this B’s team still worries me. They can’t mess around with Lundquist. I suspect he will stand on his head. This will also be a very physical series.

  5. flap Says:

    how many times does phil kessel have to say obviously?

  6. FireGuyFrank Says:

    Obviously a few more times.

  7. Antonio Says:

    Now, That OT victory should wipe that goofy grin off of ya, Phil!!

  8. Garry Says:

    That because Phil is Captain Obvious! ‘you can’t blow a lead like that’, well DUH, Phil. Thanks for that “one of a kind” analysis!

  9. psycho1039 Says:

    for all the talk about how great Kessel was and how awful Seguin was during the series…just watch where they both were on the winning goal in OT

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