Happy Birthday, Chris Bosh!"It's not over til it's over," Garnett said. "They say it's not over until the fat girl sings, and she might be back there warming up but she's still not singing. So at this case we're going to play these games out. These are not giveaway games, we don't get paid to play 80-some games or 70 or 60 games."
"We're going to finish it out and if you don't want to, you can sit in here and watch, but we have a lot of pride. We're men before anything, so we're going to play with that. But anything can happen."
Thursday- Wolves lose to the Nets on Jason Kidd's birthday.
Friday- Wolves lose to the Raptors on Chris Bosh's birthday, 97-77.
Sunday- Thankfully it's a day on which no Knicks have a birthday.
Garnett on losing to the Raptors:
"This is probably a test more than anything for everybody, to see who is going to give up and who is going to pack it up and go home," Garnett said.
While I'm bummed the game wasn't broadcast locally, it was probably a good thing. The loss in Toronto extended our road losing streak and brings our overall record to 28-41.
Asked if this has been Garnett's most frustrating year he's had, he replied: "No, no. I've had a rookie year that was pretty difficult. You live and learn and you go through different things. This is a big transition, it's been a long time since I've lost like this but with the year coming and the changes and stuff you've got to kind of anticipate this.
Wolves GM Jim Stack is in D.C. this weekend watching the NCAA tournament.