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Boston Celtics Kevin Garnett Fined $25,000.00 By NBA

One of the many rules for the NBA players is that they are required to make themselves available to the media after every playoff game. Boston Celtics center Kevin Garnett was quite angry over the loss of game seven of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals and ddi not feel like talking so he bolted the arena immediately following the game before the media could get their piece of the “Big Ticket”. Today KG was told he would have to pay for not talking to the media by being fined $25,000.00 by the NBA league offices.

KG has made hundreds of millions of dollars over his career. Last year alone he was a max contract guy and made about 20 million before endorsement money like the loot he gets from his sweet deal with Gatorade or shoe deal with the chinese shoe company Anta. I am somehow guessing that KG could care less about the $25,000.00. KG was angry and no one tells an angry KG what to do particularly the knights of David Stern. Remember Go Green Or Go Home!!!!!!

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Paul George Miraculously Sinks Off-Balance, Fall Away Trey On ATL

Paul George is the type of player we have come to expect incredible plays from, but what he did against the Atlanta Hawks on Friday night was truly remarkable. In the first quarter with the shot clock running out, George tossed up an off-balance, fall away shot from downtown that miraculously hit nothing but net.

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Al Horford Emphatically Posterizes Pacers' Solomon Hill

Al Horford clearly isn't letting all the trade rumors he's been involved of late get in the way of business out on the hardwood. On Friday night against the Indiana Pacers, Horford emphatically posterized Solomon Hill with a massive dunk, and NBA aficionados nationwide lost their collective mind on the Internet.

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Archie Goodwin Hits Epic Game-Winning Three

The Phoenix Suns are legit playing without five or six important members of their rotation currently, so guys who don't normally make the highlight reels are getting an incredible amount of playing time. This is the case for Archie Goodwin, who started at point guard in Brandon Knight's absence and hit this improbable three with time running out to cement a 98-95 win. Things haven't been go swimmingly in Phoenix this season, so it was awesome to see Suns fans and players alike enjoy this hard-fought win.

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Rondo Perfectly Guesses Atlanta's Final Play

Say what you will about Rajon Rondo, but there's no way to deny that he's an incredibly smart basketball player. Last evening against the Atlanta Hawks, the Sacramento Kings were up by three points with 1.9 seconds left, and Atlanta had one final possession to tie things up. Rondo immediately recognized the play the Hawks had drawn up and directed DeMarcus Cousins to an empty space on the floor where the Hawks were planning to send a player to take a three. Rondo's smarts made the Hawks botch the play, and the Kings held serve for the win.

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