Former NBA Star Kevin Garnett Sparks Controversy With Unfounded PED Claim Against LeBron James

Photo: Instagram/Kevin Garnett

In a recent episode of the "KG CERTIFIED w/ Kevin Garnett" podcast, retired NBA star Kevin Garnett stirred controversy by suggesting that LeBron James, currently in his 21st NBA season, may be using performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs).

Garnett made the claim without providing any supporting evidence, alleging that James' son, Bronny, could score on him because "his dad on that BALCO, he on that new juice."

Despite James never failing a drug test throughout his illustrious career, Garnett's remarks raise questions about the nature of the accusation.

Photo: Instagram/Kevin Garnett

Fox News Digital reached out to James' representatives for comment, but there has been no immediate response.

It's worth noting that James, a veteran with over 40,000 career points, has faced PED-related controversies before. 

In 2013, documents linked some of James' associates to the Biogenesis scandal, but the NBA star was ultimately cleared by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and ESPN's 2023 report on the investigation.

The basketball community awaits further developments and responses from both Garnett and James in light of these unsubstantiated claims. (Source: FOX NEWS)

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