What can one say about Kevin Garnett that hasn't been said already? A 14 time All Star, a member of Boston's 2008 Championship team, a Defensive Player of the Year and a definite first ballot Hall of Famer when all is said and done. But like many I doubted his ability to dominate the game this late in his career. How wrong I was. If the Boston Celtics season was to end right now, then in the eyes of many, they have already overachieved. Throughout most of the season they have been called many things, most of them unflattering. Terms like old and slow were thrown around all year and many thought they would really struggle come the post season. With Bostons big three all well over 30 there was bound to be some doubts about their ability to win after such a condensed 66 game regular season but most of those doubts have been put to rest with a series win against the Atlanta Hawks and a 2-1 series lead against the Philadelphia 76ers. Rajon Rondo is one person who certainly doesn't consider his team or team mates to be old as we seen in his post game interview with David Aldridge after the Celtics game 1 win against Philadelphia. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zKbPZx7MJf8 KG had another great performance in game 3 against the Philadelphia 76ers, 27 points, 13 boards and 4 assists and continues to be one of the best players the post season has seen this year. He leads the league's player efficiency rating in the postseason and is putting up great numbers, averaging 20.3 ppg, 11.0 rpg and 2.1 apg, shooting 55.1% from the field. These numbers are the best playoff numbers Garnett has put up since joining the Celtics in 2007-08. He has playoff career highs in field goal percentage at 55.1% and defensive rating which is an estimate of points allowed per 100 possessions. KG has truly turned back the clock in these playoffs and I for one have enjoyed watching this superstar of the game dominate like the days of old. For a guy who turns 36 tomorrow he certainly isn't showing his age. It remains to be seen how far the Boston Celtics can advance in these playoffs but win or lose Kevin Garnett has further solidified his position as one of the great big men the NBA has ever seen.