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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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  • Laurel's Whitney Wiggins dances her way to the NBA

    Laurel's Whitney Wiggins dances her way to the NBA
    Whitney Wiggins attended Laurel High School for a year and then enrolled in the Duke Ellington School for the Arts in Washington. But after two years at Ellington she headed for the small central Virginia town of Lynchburg. That move helped propel her...
  • Phoenix Suns draft Alex Len with the fifth overall pick of the NBA draft

    Phoenix Suns draft Alex Len with the fifth overall pick of the NBA draft
    Alex Len had been mentioned as a possible No. 1 overall selection for the Cleveland Cavaliers by a number of websites going into Thursday's NBA draft, and even more prominently to the Charlotte Bobcats at No. 4. If those picks turned ultimately out to be...
  • Terps Trio: Alex Len at No. 1, 2014 hoops class, Andrew Gray and Ohio recruiting

    Terps Trio: Alex Len at No. 1, 2014 hoops class, Andrew Gray and Ohio recruiting
    Baltimore Sun reporter Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Is Alex Len better off not being the top pick in the 2013 draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers and instead going a few...
  • Analyzing Maryland's loss at Florida State

    Analyzing Maryland's loss at Florida State
    Welcome back to Morning Shootaround, a regular feature this season the day after Maryland basketball games. While we can’t bring you into the Terps’ locker room after games – reporters haven’t been allowed in there since the last...
  • Maryland center Alex Len establishes himself as possible No. 1 overall pick

    Maryland center Alex Len establishes himself as possible No. 1 overall pick
    COLLEGE PARK -- No one knew quite what to make of Alex Len when he arrived at the University of Maryland a year ago. On the one hand, he was a 7-foot-1 center with enough athletic ability to execute a perfect cartwheel before dunking the basketball at...
  • Which NBA teams will rally, slip in 2nd half?

    Don't write off Lakers Shandel Richardson Sun Sentinel It's still kind of hard to write off the Lakers. You have to think a team with Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash and Dwight Howard will at some point get things together. The Lakers will be the surprise team...
  • Alabama Shakes, Alicia Keys and Christoph Waltz

    Alabama Shakes, Alicia Keys and Christoph Waltz
    The weekend's NBA all star game gave halftime show junkies a fix after their Super Bowl withdrawl, Danica Patrick ran a fast qualifying lap, and Christoph Waltz shows everyone the lighter side of Hitler. Welcome to the post-weekend edition of your daily...
  • If there's a season, who will win next NBA title?

    Race is wide open Broderick Turner Los Angeles Times It would be easy to say the Heat will be the favorite. It would be easy to say the Mavericks will repeat because they now have the know-how. But in reality, it will be wide open. The Heat, if they...
  • Who was the biggest steal of NBA draft?

    Just a guess: Henson Brian Schmitz Orlando Sentinel You're asking me? I got Jay Bilas on speed-dial for you. Here's the best-kept secret when NBA writers talk about college players: They have no idea. They can only tell you who their coaches are....
  • Who has surprised, disappointed in NBA?

    Jimmer, Rubio look good K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune Every NBA season presents surprises, but the fact Jimmer Fredette is more than just a shooter has to rank up there for this crazy campaign. Fredette still makes rookie mistakes, but his decision-...
  • Better play, but not good enough to win

    On one of the rare times Boston Celtics forward Paul Pierce missed a shot Sunday, Andray Blatche corralled the rebound and fired a full-length pass down the court to Nick Young for a vicious one-handed jam. Admiring his work, Blatche stopped at half-...
  • Who are NBA's most liked, disliked players?

    LeBron still enemy No. 1 Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel By fans? By players? Different answers. With fans, LeBron James, whether he chooses to wear the tag of villain or not, is public enemy No. 1 for the way he changed the free-agency landscape and...