The Celtics' forward was 22 during the 1998--99 NBA work stoppage. The 14-time All-Star is in the final year of his contract and due $21 million this season.
What's the most fun you've had during the lockout?
KEVIN GARNETT: I had some cool moments at the playground with my daughter. I don't get a lot of time with my family.
Do you trust the owners?
KG: You trust the players because we all are communicating. You never trust the other side because you don't know what they're thinking and you don't want them to know what you're thinking.
Do you get the feeling the owners are willing to sacrifice a season?
KG: I think at the end of the day common ground will be found. This game is too beautiful. With all the story lines that surround our game, I can't see just blowing away the season. But if we do, both sides are prepared.
With one more year left in your contract, have there been any extension talks?