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24. Kevin Garnett – 2004

In 2004, Garnett was the league MVP. The Boston Celtics needed him to perform in high-pressure situations during the playoffs. The Sacramento Kings battered the Celtics in the previous game six, winning by 17 points. That’s when Garnett went off with one of his finest moments o the playoffs in game seven.

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He put on one of the best individual performances of his career overall, in fact. Garnett scored 32 points in 46 minutes, with two assists and five blocks as the Celtics blew the Kings away. Furthermore, he beat the shot clock with an incredible three-pointer. He turned 28 on that same day.

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