Apr 18, 2010, 2:24 PM EST
Joakim Noah, who’s not even playing the Celtics, has weighed in on Kevin Garnett following Garnett’s little scuffle with the Heat last night. And the review is not glowing.
Via the Chicago Tribune:
“I’m going to say it: He’s a dirty player,” Noah said following Bulls
Asked if he felt Garnett should be suspended, Noah went even stronger
with his criticism.
“I don’t make the decisions,” Noah said. “But he’s always swinging
elbows man. I’m hurting right now because of an elbow he threw. It’s
unbelievable. He’s a dirty player. It’s one thing to be competitive and
compete. But don’t be a dirty player man. He’s a dirty player.
Now, don’t hold back, Joakim. Tell me what you really think. Let it all out.
Noah’s pretty much amassing enemies of the All-Star team, beefing with LeBron and Garnett. As for KG, we continue to wait for word of his fate, here’s what he had to say last night following the incident.
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