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Garnett making a stand in labor battle

Kevin Garnett has been a key figure representing the players against the owners in the current NBA labor dispute. Although he's made more than $200-million in his career, KG is willing to sit out the entire season and forgo the $21-million he's scheduled to make this year.
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Kevin Garnett has been a key figure representing the players against the owners in the current NBA labor dispute. Although he's made more than $200-million in his career, KG is willing to sit out the entire season and forgo the $21-million he's scheduled to make this year.

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