Kevin Garnett thought training camp went well. (ESPN Boston)
On team bonding at camp
“I felt like it was a real good camp. This team has a ying and a yang, if you will. We step on the floor, we’re very competitive, there’s a lot of good games, a lot of good stuff in practice. After practice, we enjoy each other, which is a riot, as you’ve probably seen already. It’s a quick mix, quick chemistry bond. Guys are linking without even a lot of time with each other, it’s good for our team and our morale.”
The more I read, the more I consider the fact that Rasheed Wallace might have been a virus. It’s common knowledge that Sheed didn’t give a damn about the regular season. He never did. Neither did his teams in Detroit. Neither did his team in Boston last season. Doesn’t take a genius to see the common link. I’ll give you a hint: he has a weird birth mark on his head, was a perennial underacheiver and once wore a championship belt for an entire season.
Suddenly, Sheed’s gone and the C’s love playing basketball again. See you later, big fella. Your teammates loved you, but I’ve got a feeling you dragged them all down. Attitude don’t lie.
Then again, maybe I’m speaking too soon. If the C’s spend another three months this season playing .500 ball, please discard everything I just wrote. Thanks.