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Kevin Garnett turning back clock

Updated: April 26, 2011, 1:49 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

In a series in which gaudy point totals were the norm -- from Rajon Rondo's postseason career-high 30 points and Carmelo Anthony's 42-point outburst in Game 2 to Ray Allen and Paul Pierce pairing up for 70 points in Game 3 -- Kevin Garnett's 26-point effort for the Boston Celtics in Sunday's Game 4 triumph over the New York Knicks seemed somewhat pedestrian.

Look closer and you'll find what may be Garnett's most remarkable offensive game in a Celtics uniform.

After overcoming ...

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