"Jiggly Boy" Returns To A Timberwolves Game, And The Result Is Perfect.

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Kevin Garnett began playing for the Minnesota Timberwolves in 1995 and was a staple in that franchise until the end of the 2006 season. After a couple of trades over the past few years, he has finally come full circle to his roots in Minnesota and the fans, one in particular, couldn't be happier.

Superfan, John Sweeney, affectionately known in the media as "Jiggly Boy" made his debut at a 2003 home game when after ripping off his shirt, he was promptly escorted out of the game by security. Over the years, he has popped up again in the media, but KG's debut back with the Timberwolves did not go unnoticed.

"Jiggly Boy" was there and after some coaxing, he was back at it with his two sons acting as backup dancers. After the game, KG was asked about the performance and he stated,"If you saw a fat guy with everything out dancing with your name on his chest, you would pay attention for at least five seconds."