|Posted by shawn cassidy on August 10, 2011 at 3:55 AM|
You can question KG on the court sometimes,but you can never question his passion,and drive on the court. Maybe the most important aspect to KG is that he's a stand-up guy,and teammate. He will have your back,and he will do anything to set you up on offense. KG's wired team first,and that's the top priority. Marquis had this to say about KG.
Marquis Daniels recounts those frightening moments after suffering a spine injury in February to CSNNE.com, noting it was Kevin Garnett that kept him calm amidst the panic:
Daniels heard a voice. In that moment, the most intense player on the court was suddenly the calming assurance he needed. “I just remember I kept hearing Kevin [Garnett] telling me, ‘You’re gonna be alright. You’re gonna be alright,’” Daniels said. “I was like, ‘I can‘t move.’ He said, ’What do you mean?’ He kept telling me I was gonna be alright. I think that helped me out a lot, just hearing his voice telling me I was going to be alright. I stayed calm, I didn’t panic.”
KG has the effect to get you pumped up,and focused on the task at hand,and he can calm you down,and let you know your alright,and he can let you know you're doing great on the floor. KG has been hurt in the past by teammates. Either the teammate wanted to be traded(MARBURY,or the teammate died in a tragic accident(MALIK).
KG was loyal to a franchise that seemingly fell apart after making the Western Conference finals in 2004. KG will do whatever it takes to win,but the win means more when the game's won as a team.