All we need to put here is "Kevin Garnett interview alert." But here's a small tease: on a night in which Garnett passed Jerry West to become the No. 15 scorer in NBA history and Paul Pierce passed Charles Barkley to become the No. 20 scorer, The Ticket delivered an impromptu dissertation (via WEEI's Green Street) on his friendship with The Truth, which dates all the way back to when they were teenagers in L.A.
KG gives Pierce respect for helping him experience his first Sunday night on Crenshaw. That's when the largely black and Latino community in the neighborhood gets together to cruise down the street in their finest cars, many of them traditionally lowriders. That Garnett cites the experience to explain the weight of his relationship with Pierce helps to emphasize how important the weekly event is to L.A. kids like Pierce.