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Thursday, March 5th, 2009 at 9:00 am  |  9 responses

Slowly, KG is Bouncing Back

Doc provides us with the update: “[Garnett] was on the treadmill [Tuesday], and I thought he was walking for the first time without a different gait,” Rivers said before the Celtics took a 115-111 win over the Nets last night. “And I don’t know what that means, but it’s got to be better than the other day, when he was limping. I told him, ‘You’ve been here for eight hours, and what are you doing here all day?’”

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  • three food items and their life together in South Jersey

    kg still hits his head against the basket for no reason other than to scramble his grey matter.

  • MalevolentKing7242

    Good,Good…

  • http://google canadian

    When he’s walking the treadmill does he shout random obscenities?

  • http://ittakesanationofmillionstoholdthissac.blogspot.com ciolkstar

    ^probably

  • celt fan4 life

    Pierce will pick up the load when KG is out he is the most important player on the celtics and he has been scoring 25-30 every game Garnett has been out

  • Young Chris MP3

    Someone’s forgetting the combination of Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo. Follow the Celtics this season and it’s clear to see that when both of those players play poorly, C’s lose. When both play well, they win. Every time.

  • KozmicKid

    Ray Allen is having the best season among the big three. Stop takin RayRay for granted. He steps in whenever his game is needed. Overall, the C’s could actually repeat for a first time since the Big Legendaries!

  • Young Chris MP3

    They have the potential of repeating, but their road to the Finals is going to be a lot tougher than it was last year, with the Clevelands and Orlandos to go through, as well as a seemingly rejuvenated Detroit squad. On the other hand, the Lakers will probably have to go through a much more difficult playoffs than last year as well with New Orleans back to their winning ways, Utah looking healthy for the first time all year and a Tracy McGrady team finally bound for a serious playoff run.

    However, a healthy Big 3, along with a healthy and contributing Kendrick Perkins and an under control Rondo is going to be a tough out for any team in the playoffs. If Steph manages to fit in and Eddie House maintains his stroke and Glenn Davis decides to only take those perimeter jumpers during the first 45 minutes of each game, then a repeat is likely. No need to mention Leon Powe, cuz dude gives you what he gives you every night. He’s as consistent as Ray Allen’s free throw percentages.

  • Teddy-the-Bear

    Best of luck to KG’s recovery.

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