After much deliberation, it seems that Kevin Garnett has figured out part of his retirement plans. The Vertical is reporting that he will join Kenny Smith, Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neal on TNT’s Inside the NBA.
Game night broadcasts just became even more entertaining, if that is even possible.
The Big Ticket announced that he would be considering work with several teams as a coaching consultant in addition to his appearances on television broadcasts. There will be enough work to go around for the future Hall of Famer.
TNT’s acquisition makes a great deal of sense when bringing the former champion’s personality into the equation. He was loud, boisterous, and entertaining during his 20-plus year career.
Fans will probably delight in having yet another superstar’s analysis to watch during game nights.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Milwaukee Bucks are among the teams that the 40-year-old is considering helping on the coaching side. The broadcasting company has figured a way for him to contribute remotely, as to not interfere with any coaching duties he might have.
Farragut Academy’s greatest player saw 21 seasons of action in the NBA where he as selected fifth overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves. He claimed his first championship after being traded to the Boston Celtics in 2007.
In his career, Garnett was an MVP in 2004, a 15-time NBA All-Star, an All-Star Game MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, a four-time rebounding champion and retired as the leading scorer in Minnesota franchise history.
So yeah, if anyone is qualified to share his opinion, then I guess it would be KG. No doubt, he will have a lot to say.