In this Nov. 25, 2015, file photo, Minnesota Timberwolves' Kevin Garnett, right, drives on Atlanta Hawks' Paul Millsap in the first quarter of an NBA basketball game in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone, File)
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Garnett was drafted out of high school in 1995 and became one of the most accomplished power forwards in league history, helping make the long-suffering Timberwolves into playoff contenders.He was the first player in two decades to go straight from high school to the NBA, and his success paved the way for similar moves by Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Tracy McGrady.The 15-time All-Star ranks 17th with 26,071 career points, ninth in career rebounds with 14,662 and 17th in blocked shots with 2,037 and was the league Most Valuable Player in 2004 .Known for is intensity and his meticulous training habits, Garnett is one of five players to log at least 50,000 NBA game minutes.
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