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And five days after waiving his no-trade clause to be dealt from the Brooklyn Nets to the Minnesota Timberwolves, Kevin Garnett is back where his legendary career began 19 years ago.
According to a report, the 38 year-old Garnett will sign a two-year deal with the 'Wolves this summer, then join coach and president Flip Saunders in a bid to buy the team from owner Glen Taylor once his playing days are finally over.
Ricky Rubio is really excited to "take a picture" with teammate, Kevin Garnett. The thought of those two sharing a locker-room is amazing.
The 2015 NBA Trade Deadline has come and gone. Now we have to rummage through the aftereffects rubble for the 10 most important moves.
Kevin Garnett has agreed to a trade sending him back to Minnesota. In exchange, the Brooklyn Nets acquire Thaddeus Young.
The Brooklyn Nets are all set to trade Kevin Garnett to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Thad Young, but he has to waive his no-trade clause.
OKC and Brooklyn have re-initiated their talks about Nets big man Brook Lopez, with Reggie Jackson now in the fold as compensation.
Kevin Garnett's days an impact player on the court are over. If this latest report is to be believed, though, the Minnesota Timberwolves clearly believe the future Hall-of-Famer can still immense value elsewhere.
Ranking the best in-game high fliers in NBA All-Star history, including Dr. J, MJ and more.
Kevin Garnett's career is certainly winding down, but it's definitely not over yet, either.
The Kings fell down by 16 at the half against the Nets last night.
Paul Pierce has never lacked for confidence.
Kevin Garnett's facing a hefty fine and likely suspension after this head-butt of Dwight Howard.
Oh man, Kevin Garnett is working through something in Brooklyn these days.
Kevin Garnett isn't most basketball fans.
The influence of communication knows no bounds in basketball.
The Nets played some surprising ball last night when they brought Brook Lopez and Deron Williams off the bench in a 107-99 win over the Kings.
David West could laugh after the game because his Pacers defeated the Nets, 110-85 on Saturday night.
Kevin Garnett got into David West's head during a game, but is it less impressive because he used Lance Stephenson's move?