Kevin Garnett addresses possibility of Ray Allen attending the Hall of Fame induction

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Kevin Garnett talked about the possibility of Ray Allen attending the 2020 Hall of Fame induction.

Garnett has no problem with Allen coming to his Hall of Fame induction, despite their long-standing beef, however he won’t be forcing anything behind the scenes.

“That’s not important. I wouldn’t dare ask those guys to do that. I’m not a guy to do that. If someone wants to do something on their own, fine. That ’08 team, I have connections with everybody on that team. We will forever be brothers. Nothing more, nothing less.

I don’t want any games. If it’s real, it’s real, if it’s not, it’s not. People who want to show their appreciation for whatever it is, that’s cool. I would never put that on any of those guys. That team, those are bros for life. That includes Ray,” Garnett told Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe on Monday.

Garnett and Paul Pierce were irate with Allen after his decision to leave the Boston Celtics and join rivals Miami Heat in 2012.

Garnett will be inducted in the Hall of Fame this summer.