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Celtics’ Garnett calls Pistons’ Villanueva a ‘nobody’ November 7, 2010

Posted by Jeff Engel in Home, Off the court.
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Celtics forward Kevin Garnett. / AP photo via MLive.com.

Celtics forward Kevin Garnett took another shot at Pistons forward Charlie Villanueva on Friday, calling him a “nobody” when asked if he had moved on from the several day controversy between the two.

Villanueva declined to comment Saturday.

The verbal fighting began in Tuesday night’s game between the two teams. Later on Twitter, Villanueva accused Garnett of calling him a “cancer patient.”

Garnett claims he called Villanueva “cancerous to your team and our league.” Celtics coach Doc Rivers backed up his player, saying he only heard Garnett call Villanueva a “cancer.”

Villanueva has a condition known as alopecia, an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss over the entire body.

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