Hey look, Kevin Garnett was at the Target Center on Tuesday

The Big Ticket posted a video on his Instagram.
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The Big Ticket was back at the Target Center on Tuesday evening and posted this video on his Instagram.

Who says I'm not in Minnesota..... shiaaahhhhh...????????????????.. We in her....

A post shared by Kevin Garnett (@tic_pix) on Mar 7, 2017 at 3:49pm PST

Garnett is a team consultant for the Los Angeles Clippers, who the Wolves host on Wednesday. It also appears Target Center's arena floor is back in working order.

Minnesota's tilt with the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday was postponed because of humidity which was causing condensation around the court.

Garnett retired from the NBA shortly before the 2016-17 regular season began. He now hosts a show on TNT called "Area 21."

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