According to Mark Deeks, KG’s brand new deal includes the coveted no-trade clause, adding him to a very short list in the NBA that includes Dirk Nowitzki, Kobe Bryant, and Tim Duncan. This shouldn’t come as much of a shock to anyone given how important KG is to this team. Garnett made it clear this offseason he only wants to play for the C’s, and since he returned for well below market value it seems only natural this would be part of the deal. The no-trade clause all but ensures the Big Ticket will retire in green.
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