KG out 2-3 weeks with right knee strain
PHOENIX -- The Boston Celtics say forward Kevin Garnett will miss two to three weeks because of a strained muscle behind his right knee.
Garnett returned Friday to Boston after injuring the knee on the team's West Coast trip. Celtics spokesman Jeff Twiss says Saturday that team doctor Brian McKeon diagnosed the muscle strain after tests and an MRI.
"Rest and ice for KG," Celtics president Danny Ainge told The Boston Globe.
Garnett injured his knee while going up for an ...
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