As the Boston Celtics look to be on their way to the second round of the 2012 NBA playoffs, star forward Kevin Garnett decided to make an interesting analogy to explain the team’s stellar playoff play.
He told the folks at Boston’s WEEI that the team’s success was like baking a cake:
“I always like to use baking a cake as an example,” said Garnett. “Nothing’s going to come out of the first two minutes. You have to sit there and wait on it, for y’all who know how to bake. Some of y’all don’t know how to bake, but don’t worry about it. Ask your mothers and fathers or something — someone who knows how to bake. But it’s very similar to that. You have to give it time for it to turn into what it’s going to be. Time tells everything when the results come, and I’m just glad we’re in a nice rhythm right now.”
(Courtesy of The Basketball Jones)