It's hard to believe the Boston Celtics won the 2008 NBA Finals over the Los Angeles Lakers 11 years ago.
Monday marks the 11th anniversary of the C's winning their 17th championship on June 17, 2008, so it seems like a good time to bring back an iconic moment from the celebration.
The Celtics trounced the Los Angeles Lakers 131-92 in Game 6 at TD Garden to clinch the franchise's first title since 1986. While there were many memorable moments from the postgame festivities, nothing stands out as much as Celtics star Kevin Garnett shouting "Anything's possible!" to ESPN's Michele Tafoya.
Re-live Garnett's amazing moment in the video below:
Celtics fans will never tire of that video, and nor should they.
Garnett waited 13 years to win his first NBA championship. He had accomplished nearly everything but a title in his 12 years with the Minnesota Timberwolves before joining the Celtics via trade in the summer of 2007. Garnett's triumph in 2008 a fitting addition to his Hall of Fame résumé.
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