November 19, 2014 12:51 PM
No, not because Bucks-Nets is a riveting matchup, but because it will mark the first time that Jason Kidd will return to Brooklyn since leaving the Nets unceremoniously over the summer.
Kevin Garnett, for one, hopes that the future Hall of Famer receives a warm reception from the crowd.
“Obviously, he is someone that you went hard for, gave everything that you had for,” Garnett, who played for Kidd last season, said. “It will be good to see him in the building. Hope people don’t forget that, what he has done for Brooklyn and New Jersey and over the years.
PROKHOROV TWEAKS KIDD | KIDD: ‘I’LL LET THEM KEEP TALKING’
“I think that, sometimes, we as fans forget, and I think that’s important to remember the good. Obviously, he is in another organization, but don’t forget the good that he’s done for this organization "
Click here to read the whole article
Kevin Garnett is playing out the final year, and final $12 million, of his contract with the Brooklyn Nets. For all we know, this is probably his finalRead more
Kevin Garnett hopes to own the Minnesota Timberwolves at some point in the future, according to a report from Mark Spears of Yahoo Sports.Read more
(Photo : Kevin Garnett - Vanityfair) Kevin Garnett reportedly has aspirations of owning the Minnesota Timberwolves when he retires fromRead more
Kevin Garnett didn't need to pick up the newspapers or turn on a in the hopes this season, which begins Wednesday night in Boston, will goRead more