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The Always Mystifying Kevin Garnett

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HOUSTON -- Kevin Garnett wanted to set one thing straight. He's not retiring. He's not thinking about retiring. He didn't have any hidden meaning and he wasn't speaking in code. When he said before he left for the All-Star Game in his cryptic KG way that we all don't know what he knows, we proved his point by taking that mysterious aside and running wild with it.

"No, no, no," Garnett said. "I'm just telling y'all that every year you make this is not something you take for granted. That's all I'm saying."

He was asked a half-dozen ways about those comments that this would be his last All-Star game and each time Garnett kept saying that it was all a big misunderstanding.

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