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Kevin Garnett doubts his generation could play in today's NBA

Former Celtics champion big man Kevin Garnett doesn’t think he would be able to play in today’s NBA — or anyone from his generation of players, for that matter. Interviewed earlier this week in the New York Times, KG shared his doubts about his fit in the contemporary game. I don’t think guys from 20 years ago could play this game, Kevin Garnett told The New York Times. Twenty years ago, guys used their hands to control players. Now you can’t use your hands. That makes defense damn near impossible, Kevin Garnett told The New York Times. Can you imagine not hand-checking Michael Jordan? Naw. The fact that you can’t touch players gives the offensive player so much flexibility, Kevin Garnett told The New York Times

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