"It's been 10 days since Kevin Garnett and Doc Rivers embraced toward the end of Game 7 in Miami, and in that time there's been a steady stream of speculation about Garnett's plans for next season. The 36-year-old is free to sign with any team this summer, free to retire, free to do what he likes. The Celtics would love to have Garnett back, even though they aren't explicitly saying it.
"If you haven't noticed, I'm not revealing too much here," Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck said on WEEI's Mut and Merloni show on Friday. "Kevin and Ray [Allen] have been great players for this organization. I can't really say more than that."
Grousbeck's silence on Garnett may be in deference to Garnett's desire for privacy. Garnett has not said anything publicly about his plans. He left American Airlines Arena 10 days ago without speaking to reporters, but that's nothing new. He's done that after big losses time and time again in his five-year Celtics career. "
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