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    Anyone see what Kevin Garnett did last night?

    The T-Wolves were playing the Bucks last night. The Bucks are trailing 117-114 with about 2 or 3 seconds left in the game. Bucks' coach George Karl calls a timeout to set up a play for his team to try to tie the game up. Kevin Garnett then sneaks into the Buck's team huddle while Karl is drawing up the play. Garnett is right in there looking over the top of the huddle at the clipboard. Out of the timeout, the Bucks attempt to pass the ball up to halfcourt, and amazingly Garnett is right there to steal the pass and secure the win for the T-Wolves.

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    I caught it this morning on ESPN Motion. That was hilarious. I couldn't believe none of the Bucks did anything when he was in their huddle. I wonder if you can get a fine for a stunt like that?

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    I was thinking the same thing. Some of the Bucks' players should have yanked his sorry ass out of there, ridiculous.

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    I need to see that! I hope LR does it in Austin... god knows them boys ain'tall bright.

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    It's no wonder people are fed up with George Karl.

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    haha. That is great. KG is truly an all around player.

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    I don't think you can ge fined for the other team being i-diots.

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    that was so hilarious. it is funnier than the game earlier this year when georgetown had 6 players on the court and nobody noticed.

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    baylor_ric,

    It was Seton Hall who had the six players on the court, they were playing against Georgetown that game.



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