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ESPN reports that Boston Celtics power forward Kevin Garnett has not only healed from his right knee injury that ended his season early last year, but is now fully participating in practice and scrimmages. Garnett spent much of the summer rehabbing his knee in Las Vegas and returned to Boston earlier in September.
According to the Boston Herald, Garnett saif he is ready to go "full blast" during the Celtics media day. KG postponed his surgery till after the Celtics exited the playoffs in the hopes of a possible late playoff return. It turned out that the knee injury was more serious that previously diagnosed.
AHN states that Garnett was limited to just 57 games last season, but he shows no signs of injury and appears as the dominant force we've come to know.