Brooklyn Nets’ power forward/center Kevin Garnett has been one of the game’s best players since entering the league in 1995.
He’s also been one of the NBA’s most vocal players and biggest trash talkers and can usually be found at the center of any altercation his team is involved in.
Now that he is in his 18th season, he isn’t even close to the player he used to be, but he is still just vocal as ever.
During the second quarter of Friday night’s pivotal game 3 between Garnett’s Nets and the Toronto Raptors, he was once again at the center of a near scuffle. After Nets’ point guard Deron Williams was fouled and lost the ball while attempting to drive to the basket. Garnett immediately went up to the Raptors and tried to start trouble, as he often does.