Kevin Garnett's Terrifying Message For The Miami Heat? 'Let's Do It'

The Miami Heat will be heavy favorites heading into the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics, even without Chris Bosh. But they do not have what Boston has: Kevin Garnett, master of staring into your soul.

Asked by ESPN's Doris Burke what message he had for the Heat heading into the conference finals, KG replied with a quick "Let's do it!" and then stared at the camera as if to inform it that it would be dead in moments.

Here's the video:

Here's KG piercing your very being with his gaze like a Draugr from Skyrim:

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And here's your helpful reminder of just what Garnett was saying and feeling in that very moment:

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Game 1 of Heat-Celtics tips on Monday night. Let's do it, right?

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