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Showtime: ‘Kevin Garnett - Anything is Possible’
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The Showtime documentary covers Garnett's life - from his days in high school to his NBA career.

“Kevin Garnett: Anything is Possible” – the title a play on his exaltation after the Celtics clinched the 2008 NBA title – premieres on Showtime on Friday at 8 p.m. It will also be available across the network’s on-demand and streaming platforms at the same time.

The documentary chronicles various phases of Garnett’s life – from becoming the first high school player in a generation to jump directly to the NBA in 1995, his place in pop and hip-hop culture, the death of teammate Malik Sealy while they were Timberwolves teammates, and his eventual trade to and success with the Celtics.

Garnett, whose No. 5 will be retired by the Celtics in March, is also planning a podcast with former teammate Paul Pierce in which they travel to different locales around the world.

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Career highlight: 1973-74 championship, Boston Celtics

Career lowlight: traded for a washing machine