Before Friday's preseason game against the New York Knicks, Doc Rivers explained the current state of Kevin Garnett's recovery from knee surgery. He noted that while he is cautiously limiting Garnett's playing time, he hopes to keep him on the court for more consecutive minutes.
"He's healthy. He has zero knee pain, but he does have shin splints and aches and all that stuff," he said. "So you've got to watch that, especially during preseason. What I'm trying to [do is get] him back to playing normal minutes in a game, and he hasn't done that since he's gone out. And that's been a long time. So what we're trying to do, and I thought actually he didn't play enough minutes in some ways in the first game in a row, and so we're going to try to correct that and then build from there."
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