What Can We Realistically Expect from Kevin Garnett in His 20th NBA Season?

September 16th, 2014 by Jim Cavan Leave a reply »

Scour through the history of American professional sports, and you’ll be lucky to find a smattering of players fortunate enough to author careers that span two full decades. It is, in the purest sense of the term, a rare commodity.

Then again, there’s not much about the career of Kevin Garnett one could call common.

Just weeks before the Brooklyn Nets are set to open training camp, Garnett has been noticeably mum on whether or not this season—his 20th in the NBA—will indeed be his last.

However, according to the New York Daily News’ Stefan Bondy, head coach Lionel Hollins seems convinced the 15-time All-Star will be reporting for duty.

Coming off the worst statistical season of his storied career, Garnett’s best days have long since retreated from the rear-view mirror.

So what can and should the Nets expect from the fiery forward heading into the 2014-15 slate?

Newsday's Rod Boone indicates that Hollins hasn’t been shy about offering up his two cents amid the prospect of making due without his team’s most steadfast defensive presence:< ...

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