With the strongest hint at possible retirement to date, Kevin Garnett told the press last night that he will play in the 15th and final All-Star Game of his NBA career this weekend in Houston. The 36-year old signed a three-year deal with the Boston Celtics last summer, but his future remains as murky as ever. Per the Boston Herald: “Garnett, realizing he had just set off an alarm, then turned cryptic. He has two years remaining on his contract. ‘This is definitely my last All-Star Game,’ he said. ‘Ya’ll don’t know what I know. I’m more than grateful, and I’m not going to act like I have more All-Star Games in me. I’ll enjoy this one with friends and family. That’s what I meant.’ Garnett added he simply plans to enjoy himself this weekend. ‘I’ll have no feelings whatsoever,’ he said when asked about Sunday. ‘I always enjoyed each All-Star Game. I’m not a guy who is going to show too much emotion at that time. The All-Star Game for me is more for friends and family. You always have that wild-assed uncle who shows his ass, you always have that friend you always have to pull to the side and have that little conversation (with). It’s a fun time.’ Garnett admitted to feeling the wear and tear on the inside this season. ‘The last four or five days have been exhausting,’ he said. ‘Mentally more than physical. The three overtimes against Denver was emotionally draining, the travel, having to come in here and prepare after losing to Charlotte, so yeah, it’s been a bit of a whirlwind.’”