Mason played like a true New Yorker – ESPN


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Mason played like a true New Yorker
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Former New York Knick and 1995 Sixth Man of the Year Anthony Mason died Saturday. He was 48. Tags: New York Knicks, NBA · Former Knick Anthony Mason Dies At 48. NEXT VIDEO video. Former Knick Anthony Mason Dies At 48. Former Knick Anthony …
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This week in the NBA – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


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Kevin Garnett Ejected for Spiking Ball, Timberwolves Crowd Cheers Him in Support

Kevin Garnett was tossed from Saturday night’s Minnesota Timberwolves-Memphis Grizzlies game after receiving his second technical foul of the evening midway through the third quarter.

Garnett was whistled for the technical when he spiked the ball down in frustration after being called for a foul while defending Grizzlies forward Jeff Green. Since it was the second time he was T’d up, he was automatically ejected.

As Garnett left the floor, the Timberwolves crowd—clearly as in love with him as ever—cheered to show their support for the future Hall of Famer.

[NBA]

Kevin Garnett Ejected for Spiking Ball, Timberwolves Crowd Cheers Him in Support

Kevin Garnett was tossed from Saturday night’s Minnesota Timberwolves-Memphis Grizzlies game after receiving his second technical foul of the evening midway through the third quarter.

Garnett was whistled for the technical when he spiked the ball down in frustration after being called for a foul while defending Grizzlies forward Jeff Green. Since it was the second time he was T’d up, he was automatically ejected.

As Garnett left the floor, the Timberwolves crowd—clearly as in love with him as ever—cheered to show their support for the future Hall of Famer.

[NBA]

Kevin Garnett Ejected for Spiking Ball, Timberwolves Crowd Cheers Him in Support

Kevin Garnett was tossed from Saturday night’s Minnesota Timberwolves-Memphis Grizzlies game after receiving his second technical foul of the evening midway through the third quarter.

Garnett was whistled for the technical when he spiked the ball down in frustration after being called for a foul while defending Grizzlies forward Jeff Green. Since it was the second time he was T’d up, he was automatically ejected.

As Garnett left the floor, the Timberwolves crowd—clearly as in love with him as ever—cheered to show their support for the future Hall of Famer.

[NBA]

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