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Danny was on the Big Show and answered questions on the Celtics, their recent play, and Garnett's knee. 
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Herald Interview
"His surgery has healed, but he's had discomfort in his shins,'' said Ainge, who holds weekly meetings with Garnett and team physician Dr. Brian McKeon. "KG wouldn't be playing right now if he wasn't confident.
"And he wouldn't be playing if he was hurt.''
The lack of explosiveness in Garnett's game is apparent to all involved.
"I've seen explosiveness there, and also a lack of explosiveness, and we'll keep evaluating him,'' said Ainge. "Dr. McKeon watches him, our trainer (Ed Lacerte) watches him, and I think we all know what we're dealing with."

JR 11/25/2009 04:36:00 PM Edit
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  1. tb727 says:

    Dan Ainge, Toronto Blue Jays, love it

  2. Anonymous says:

    I remember watching Danny Ainge play in the Boston Garden.

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