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Kevin Garnett

Kevin Garnett is a power forward for the Boston Celtics.

Kevin Garnett was drafted out of Farragut Career Academy by the Minnesota Timberwolves with the 5th overall pick in the 1995 NBA Draft. He was the first high school player directly drafted into the NBA in 20 years.

Kevin Garnett has been named to the NBA All-Star game 12 times. He was named the NBA Most Valuable Player in 2004.
Kevin Garnett is a power forward for the Boston Celtics.

Kevin Garnett was drafted out of Farragut Career Academy by the Minnesota Timberwolves with the 5th overall pick in the 1995 NBA Draft. He was the first high school player directly drafted into the NBA in 20 years.

Kevin Garnett has been named to the NBA All-Star game 12 times. He was named the NBA Most Valuable Player in 2004.
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  • Spurs 99, Nets 87

    The Sports Xchange
  • Parker, Spurs stay fresh and hot

    Parker, Spurs stay fresh and hot SAN ANTONIO -- Tony Parker produced a stirring encore Saturday night. The San Antonio point guard scored 22 points and handed out seven assists as the Spurs defeated the Brooklyn Nets 99-87. San Antonio (9-4) has won...

    Nets 94, Thunder 92

    The Sports Xchange By Michael Kinney, The Sports Xchange Nets 94, Thunder 92 OKLAHOMA CITY -- Jarrett Jack scored 23 points off the bench to lead the Brooklyn Nets to a 94-92 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday at the Chesapeake Energy...

    Nets end losing streak, Thunder still on skids

    Nets end losing streak, Thunder still on skids OKLAHOMA CITY -- Something had to give when Brooklyn and Oklahoma City faced off Friday. The Nets were mired in a five-game losing streak while the Thunder were on a four-game skid of their own. Using a...

    Magic wish upon a star ... soon

    Magic wish upon a star ... soon
    The Los Angeles Clippers brought the NBA version of Hollywood to Orlando on Wednesday night with Chris Paul and Blake Griffin. Despite their presence, coach Doc Rivers isn't happy with his team's play. Two All-Stars isn't enough? Do I hear three? Rivers...