Source- Tyronn Lue: A lot of people do all their howling on the court and they're faking just for attention, but what he does is genuine. So one day we were at his house and we were watching Puff Daddy's show Making the Band, and in one of the scenes, some new guys came in and were trying to sing and were trying to compete against the guys who had been there. And KG just got so hyped, "Motherf----r, you've got to stand up for yours! You've got to fight! Motherf----r, you've got to come together!" He's going crazy, he's sweaty. And he just head butts the wall and put a hole in the wall of his house.
Shoutout to Tyronn Lue, by the way. We should all be happy that he didn't just call it quits on life when Allen Iversen put him into a blender and then stepped over his lifeless corpse after nailing that jumper in the NBA finals. Glad he was able to get past that. With that said, maybe he should do a better job of choosing who he associates with. I love Kevin Garnett. Love his feistiness. Love his proclivity to saying ridiculous shit on the court. With that said, there is nothing worse than having the friend that is a complete wildcard. The friend that could turn a low key guy's night into a visit from the cops. I can just picture Lue and the boys sitting around watching 'Making The Band'. Maybe throwing back a few beers and ordering a pizza. Then out of nowhere KG just flips out and puts his head through a wall. Jesus, no one is exempt from being told to chill the fuck out every once and awhile, I don't care if you are KG or not. Everyone needs a person in their life to tell them when they are overreacting. Safe to say that property damage over the results of a reality show falls under the category of overreacting. I don't even think the people that got kicked off that show had as much of an emotional reaction. Someone want to tell Kevin it's a casual Sunday afternoon and not the 4th quarter of game 7? The actions of your company reflect on you as well. You walk around with a loose cannon all the time you are prone to falling victim to collateral damage. Spontaneity is one thing, but you don't want someone that constantly causes you to be on your toes. The only thing that is expected with Garnett is the unexpected. Not too sure I feel comfortable inviting the guy that just put his own head through his own wall over to my place next time, but that's just me.
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