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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Trade Kevin Garnett...Please!

Hell yes! Trade him! Yes, the Timberwolves should trade Garnett. The T-Wolves need to build a REAL team and they cannot do this holding on to and paying a Michael Jordan-wannabe who can't bring home a NBA championship. Chaska Herald:

    Reports surfaced Monday afternoon that the Timberwolves have resumed talks with the Boston Celtics that involve moving Kevin Garnett to Beantown.

Garnett is the 4th highest paid player in the NBA for the 2005-06 season.

What's he done in his 12 year tenure with the T-Wolves? Uh...not a damn thing other than enrich himself. He's not another Jordan who can win games, playoffs or a championship on his own. Okay, almost on his own. Get rid of him.

Could the Boston Celtics be his new home? ESPN:

    Multiple sources told ESPN.com on Sunday night that former teammates Kevin McHale and Danny Ainge had revived their collapsed deal, with that revival now expected to end Garnett's 12-season association with Minnesota by sending him to Ainge's Celtics.

I don't really care where he goes as long as he is traded. After he's gone, T-Wolves owner Glen Taylor should fire Kevin McHale and find someone who knows how to run a team in today's world, not the world of the 1980s Celtic's NBA.


:) indeed, henry!
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