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Ross wants to play the Nets in the playoffs
Ross wants to play the Nets in the playoffs.

NBA star: Kevin Garnett is a cheater

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Toronto Raptors star, Terrence Ross has blasted Kevin Garnett as a cheater but says he would like to play the Nets in the eastern conference playoffs.

Ross, speaking on a Reddit AMA said: "Best at setting picks is Kevin Garnett because he sets illegal screens but he never gets caught. he’ll literally hold you and you can’t get around him."

The Toronto Raptors currently lie in third place in the eastern conference and, should the playoffs start today, would play the Washington Wizards. However Ross has said that he would like to play Garnett's Brooklyn Nets in the first round.

Clearly Ross is not a fan of Garnett or the Nets and would fancy the Canadian franchise chances of progressing against the Nets.

Ross also stated that Kyle Lowry, who was subject to trade rumors at the deadline, is the leader of the Raptors on the court.

Ross said: "Lowry will recognize the play and call out what they’re doing...He’s the smartest guy on the team. he makes the biggest impact on the games."

Only time will tell if the Raptors will come up against the Nets during the postseason but if they do, Ross will be hoping to draw attention to Garnett's illegal moves.

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