Kevin Garnett Continues To Do Weird Things To Get An Edge

Kevin Garnett has always been a great player, but of course, he's also done some odd things to try to get an edge. Detractors call him dirty, which is only half of the truth. NBA players have always resorted to a number of questionable tactics to try to get an edge, both now and in the past. The only difference with Garnett is that his tactics are strange. 

We saw this again this week when he gave Channing Frye a little love tap on his crotch, drawing a zero-game suspension because the NBA is immune to Garnett's little tricks. That was pretty weird, and Frye was absolutely right to get annoyed by it. But as it turns out, it's not close to the weirdest thing Garnett has done. 

We know about a couple recent incidents that top the love tap -- him taunting Jose Calderon and him getting down on all fours to bark at Jerryd Bayless come to mind. But here's some new footage from last year's playoffs that is even weirder, below the jump:

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Yup, that's KG trying to distract Dwight Howard by biting his arm. I can't blame Dwight for flinching.

(Via @Asijs)

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