Kevin Garnett had this to say about the city he now calls home.
“Since day one, man, Paul [Pierce] told me that this city is unlike any other city when it comes to sports, and you give them a reason, they will jump on and they will be behind you even when you’re losing or even when you’re going through tough times. I got to see that.
I thought I played in front of some good crowds, and Boston has a special place. I’ll be forever linked to this city, and I’m more than grateful for that.”
“Maybe now you could say I didn’t play a second, but in five years, you guys are going to forget. In ten years I’ll still be a champion. In 20 years I’ll tell my kids I probably started, and in 30 years I’ll probably tell them I got the MVP. So I’m probably not too worried about it.”