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(Postcards)   Kevin Garnett trade linked to bridge collapse   ( divider line
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2203 clicks; posted to Sports » on 06 Aug 2007 at 11:56 AM (10 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2007-08-06 09:13:05 AM  
Is that picture ironic? Because Garnett never put his team on his back and carried them.
2007-08-06 09:29:40 AM  
Which is somehow linked to Kevin Bacon.
2007-08-06 09:33:58 AM  
Makh: Which is somehow linked to Kevin Bacon.

Garnett was in a Gatorade commercial. Michael Jordan was in a Gatorade commercial. Michael Jordan is in Hanes commercials with....

Kevin Bacon!
2007-08-06 09:34:26 AM  
2007-08-06 12:06:58 PM  
Kevin Garnett was in Rebound: The Legend of Earl 'The Goat' Manigault (TV movie) with James Earl Jones who was in Patriot Games with Samuel L. Jackson who was in Snakes on a Plane with Rachel Blanchard who was in Where the Truth Lies with Kevin Bacon.

the bridge collapse on the other hand cannot be linked directly to Kevin Bacon because it has only appeared in uncredited video shorts aired only on the news.
2007-08-06 12:09:32 PM  
"The only thing Al Jefferson ever held up is the line at Wendy's," said one Minneapolis sports writer.

OK, that made me laugh.
2007-08-06 01:22:06 PM  
now that was a funny article
2007-08-06 01:43:58 PM  
This article is both great and terrible, like an elder god.
2007-08-06 06:04:34 PM  
OK that was both funny and in bad taste. I love it!
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