Boston Celtics’ Kevin Garnett Shows His Ignorance With ‘Cancer Patient’ Remark

November 4th, 2010 by Ray Boyd Leave a reply »
Recently during a game between the Celtics and Pistons, Kevin Garnett allegedly referred to Charlie Villanueva as a "cancer patient" during a trash-talking exchange.

Garnett is known for his emotionally fueled rants and colorful language, but that is no excuse. He was clearly in the wrong on this one.

Many articles have been accusing Villanueva of doing something wrong by tweeting about the incident. They have claimed that Villanueva is breaking some sort of code when it comes to keeping trash talk on the court only.

This attitude, whether the opinion of NBA players, or just regular people in general, is absolutely ridiculous in every way.

As someone who has dealt with cancer in his own family, I have to say that I am highly offended that Garnett would even use "cancer patient" as an insult to someone. I personally have never enjoyed Garnett's emotional outbursts because even though they show passion for the game, they also manifest themselves into absolutely idiotic comments like this one.

The insults toward Villanueva are hiding the fact about how horrible of a thing Garnett said. He always seems to get a pass for t ...

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