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BOSTON – Kevin Garnett may have retired from the NBA as a player, but you knew the future Hall of Famer wouldn’t stray too far from the game.
The 15-time NBA All-Star, who won an NBA title with the Celtics in 2008, will be a contributor on TNT’s NBA coverage this season.
“I'm excited to join the Turner family,” Garnett said in a statement. “I’ve been a fan for a long time, so I’m thrilled that it’s a reality now.”
In addition, the network says he will appear weekly this season while providing “raw insight and commentary.”
As one of the more engaging players in this generation, it’s great to know that there will be a home for Garnett to continue providing his always-colorful thoughts on basketball-related matters.
While the network says in a released statement that he will provide his commentary from a standalone set which will involve him interacting with special guests from the entertainment as well as sports community, I’m eager to see how he fits in with their NBA Three – Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and his ex-Celtics teammate Shaquille O’Neal.
Because when KG’s around and he sees a mic, you never know what he’s gonna do.
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