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NBA Fans React To Kevin Garnett's Video Of Splashing Gatorade On His Face: "KG Was Wild"

NBA Fans React To Kevin Garnett's Video Of Splashing Gatorade On His Face: "KG Was Wild"

Kevin Garnett was one of a kind. Over the years, fans became accustomed to seeing him pull off bizarre antics on the court. Couple that with his impressive ability to trash talk, though sometimes he did cross the line. He was not your average NBA player.

From blowing into David West's ear to pretending to bite an opponent's ear, KG might have actually done it all on the court. Despite his crazy acts, Garnett had an impressive career in the league and is also an NBA champion.

Speaking of becoming an NBA champion, he along with Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, and Rajon Rondo created a super team in the late 2000s to finally win an NBA title. During his time with the Celtics, Garnett of course was his usual self. A rather lesser-seen video of the former NBA star surfaced on the internet, which will most likely have you laughing.

Indeed, the video is weird, and KG was wild. The reactions of players are even better than Rondo and Allen were pretty shocked. They have the what just happened face and the edit only makes the video better.

Obviously, NBA fans loved the video and reacted to it. Here are some of the best reactions to this Kevin Garnett video:

Like most fans said, it is a confusing video, not sure what he intended to do. It does seem like he was trying to get into the groove during the timeout.

Looking back at Garnett's career, he spent the first 12 years of his career with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Unfortunately, his time there didn't include winning any championships. He did win the sole regular season MVP of his career with the Timberwolves and a bunch of other individual accolades.

When he joined the Celtics, he was finally able to get a ring on his finger and truly establish his legacy in the league. Apart from his weird shenanigans on the court, Garnett had a stellar career in the league. He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame for his efforts during his time in the NBA.

Maybe if he was a bit more on the quieter side of the spectrum, his career would have looked different? One can only speculate.