Garnett was spotted on a treadmill in the last few minutes of practice yesterday. Rivers said he had no timetable for his return.
"He's moving a little better," Rivers said. "He's jogging now. Other than that, I just ask how he's doing."
Progress. Thank God. I know Garnett will be back to normal soon. And the silver lining in all of this is the rest which will help come May & June. But KG is our binky. His scowl and screams bring comfort to our green hearts. I'll blog better once he returns that's for sure.
Big Baby gingerly slides his size-16 flat feet into the warm pedicure tub at T & T Nails. Suddenly his face contorts in pain, as if the Celtics' 6-foot-9-inch power forward has been scalded. The nail technician looks on in horror until Glen Davis breaks out laughing. Then she starts laughing, too.
It's a great article and definitely worth your 5 minutes of time. He's a good kid who has worked his ass off since coming to the Celtics. The payoff will come in the playoffs, when he hits that clutch 16-footer to nail down a victory over Cleveland in the ECF. Screw Joe Smith.
Today's Links: Globe – Scal Needs More Time | To Play is the Thing for Marbury | Herald – Scal's Out a Month | C's Building Off Challenges | SI – Size Matters | Nets Coming Off Win Over Bucks | Celtics/Nets Preview