The Kevin Garnett Showtime documentary covers his life from high school to the NBA
The Hall of Fame and Boston Celtics champion Kevin Garnett Showtime documentary Anything Is Possible debuted just last week and it was how you would have imagined, intense and charismatic. It takes you on a journey with Garnett from becoming the first high school player in a generation to get drafted straight to the NBA in 1995, to his eventual success with the Celtics.
Anything Is Possible depicts aspects of Garnett’s career that many people may not be aware of, for example, his successful high school basketball career and the significant role Chicago played in his NBA preparation. In addition, the documentary includes key interviews from iconic figures in Garnett’s life and career, such as his coach Doc Rivers, teammate Sam Cassell, and musical artist Snoop Dogg.
The Kevin Garnett Showtime documentary also explores the athlete’s beginnings, how it all started leading to his signing with the Minnesota Timberwolves, and how he won olympic gold. “The Big Ticket” as he was known in the league, left an impact on the sport and established a foundation that future greats in the NBA, such as Kobe Bryant and LeBron James, can rely on.
“Everything I do, I want it to be as original as it can be,” Garnett says in the documentary with a fierce and captivating presence as always. Anything Is Possible stands out among a flurry of recent “Showtime” basketball documentaries, including one on Russell Westbrook, which debuted back in October of this year.
Future plans from Garnett include a podcast with former teammate, Hall of Famer, and champion of the Boston Celtics, Paul Pierce. The Boston Celtics will retire Kevin Garnett’s jersey number “5” this upcoming March of 2022. If you haven’t already, check out the trailer for the Kevin Garnett Showtime documentary Anything Is Possible.