In fact, there is some speculation they haven’t spoken to one another.
Yet the two came face-to-face on Sunday night during the NBA All-Star Game, when both were guests and members of the 75th-anniversary team.
But if the way Garnett reacted is any indication, they won’t be buddy-buddy again any time soon.
KG’s face when Ray Allen walked by is comedy 💀 pic.twitter.com/tmQtCWipDO
— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) February 21, 2022
Garnett’s face when Allen walked by said it all, indicating that the bad blood remains and it might not be changing any time soon.
Bitter Boston Blood
Garnett and Allen were a part of the legendary Celtics squad that was dominating the NBA back in the early 2010s.
However, when Allen decided to part ways with the squad for the Miami Heat in 2012, Garnett was more than a little upset.
It was made even worse when the Heat, featuring Allen and LeBron James, went on to win the NBA Finals in 2013.
KG has spoken publicly about the falling out on multiple occasions and has made no secret of the fact that his feelings were hurt and he felt betrayed.
However, Garnett recently said that things were cordial, and if the two players saw one another, Garnett would be more than willing to say hello and speak with him.
Yet, this latest interaction at the All-Star Game suggests that is not the case.
NBA Twitter ate up Garnett and Allen’s strained moment and Garnett’s face was quickly making the rounds online as people once again spoke of the pair’s falling out and the feud that followed.
Garnett hasn’t publicly commented on his All-Star Game reaction to Allen but, really, he doesn’t have to – his face says it all.