Even though Kevin Garnett finished his career with the Minnesota Timberwolves, he and Glen Taylor parted on bad terms.
Garnett had interest in joining the Wolves in an ownership capacity but that deal fell through. Garnett feels promises were broken by Taylor.
“I don’t want to be partners with Glen [Taylor], and I wouldn’t want to be partners with Glen in Minnesota,” Garnett told Awful Announcing recently. “I would love to be part of a group that buys him out and kind of removes him and go forward.”
Garnett is currently consulting with a few teams and also featuring on TNT.
"You know what? I’m more with individuals versus the teams," said Garnett to Vice Sports. "I’ve gotta admit that. I’ve gotta say that Embiid, Karl-Anthony Towns, Jokic, Porzingis, Damian Lillard, Curry, Durant, I’m enjoying the young bucks, watching young Ingram get better and watching little L. Ball figure it out, you know what I’m saying? I’m checking it all out. I like individuals, not so much on the organizations. Obviously I’m gonna be with Minnesota and the players. Not so much upstairs. I don’t really deal with Minnesota’s upstairs. They suck. But Boston, all day. You know I’m a C ‘till I die. I always root for Brooklyn. But other than that I don’t really get into too many of the upstairs. I’m more watching the guys and watching their progression.
"But I love the competition. I love how the big is coming back. For a while the point guard position had it dominated for like four, five years. Now we have some promising bigs come into the game, starting to change the game a little bit."