NBA Exec: 'Garnett (expletive) everything up'

An anonymous NBA executive told Yahoo! Sports that team owners and players were making progress towards ending the lockout earlier this month. That's when Kevin Garnett walked into negotiations. One league executive says "Garnett (expletive) everything up."
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An anonymous NBA executive told Yahoo! Sports that team owners and players were making progress towards ending the lockout earlier this month. That's when Kevin Garnett walked into negotiations. One league executive says "Garnett (expletive) everything up."

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