When the Boston Celtics won the title in 2008, KG screamed “Anything is possible”. And for 21 years in the NBA, Garnett echoed those words in every single game.
Garnett entered the league as a 19 year old, straight out of high school. He was the first player to be drafted straight after high school, paving the door open for Kobe Bryant the next year, and Lebron James years later.
He finishes his career with totals of 1462 games played, 26071 points scored, 5445 assists, 1859 steals, 3179 blocks, 14662 rebounds, 11453 defensive rebounds (the most in the NBA), and $335 million earnings (the most in the NBA).
The “Anything is possible” documentary takes a look at his storied career, from the high school days, to the days he started playing for the Boston Celtics and the title the team won in 2008. He was robbed of another chance in 2009, when he injured his knee.
In the past four years, he was riddled by injuries, but Garnett never lost his passion for the game, and prepared and worked hard as it was his first day in the league.