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Kevin Garnett discusses Turner’s Area 21, his media career, why “live TV is crackin”

After a 21-year NBA career that included 15 All-Star appearances, an MVP award and a championship, Kevin Garnett needed an outlet for his well-renowned passion, intensity and energy that he displayed on the court. In the summer of 2016, Garnett was weighing his options, whether to retire or continue his playing career. KG ended up Read more... The post Kevin Garnett discusses Turner’s Area 21, his media career, why “live TV is crackin” appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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