From Yahoo! Sports, probably the best part of this Adrian Wojnarowski column:
Privately, management insists that everything changed when the Boston Celtics’ Kevin Garnett walked into the negotiating room on Oct. 4. The owners knew it wouldn’t go well when Garnett started glowering across the table, sources said, like the league lawyers, owners and officials were opponents at the center jump. ...
As one league official said, "We were making progress, until Garnett [expletive] everything up."
This might be the sort of thing that sparks criticism from sports columnists, but that's not really fair. In fact, it reminds me of a Chris Rock routine where he's talking about that tiger that went "crazy" and attacking Siegfried & Roy, and Rock explains, "That Tiger ain't go crazy, that Tiger went Tiger!"
And KG didn't go crazy, either.
He just is crazy.
And lockout or not, that's why we'll always love him.