Paul Pierce wants Kevin Garnett return in Boston
A disappointed Kevin Garnett admitted that the Celtics might have been too excited for their chance to close out the Heat in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals Thursday night at TD Garden. The result was an unforeseen
By Ron Borges For all the talk about what Rajon Rondo [stats] didn't do in Game 6 and what he must do in Game 7 for the Celtics [team stats] to move on to the Eastern Conference finals, one could say the same things about Kevin Garnett.
Kevin Garnett has reached a crossroad now that his five-year tenure with the Boston Celtics looks to have come to an end with the Game 7 loss to the Miami Heat. At age 36, Garnett must decide whether it's time to retire or ink a new contract somewhere.
Celtics forward Paul Pierce hopes soon-to-be free agent Kevin Garnett will stick with the Celtics for another shot at an NBA title (Nathaniel S. Butler, Getty Images) With the Celtics' game seven elimination behind them and retirement rumors swirling
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