May 3 -- Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett has been named the NBA's Most Valuable Player for the 2003-04 season -- here's a look at some notes and numbers surrounding KG's greatest individual accomplishment thus far in an illustrious nine-year career.

Schooling the Pros
Garnett, who came to the NBA out of Chicago's Farragut Academy as a 19-year-old in 1995, joins three-time winner Moses Malone as the only MVPs to enter the league directly from high school.
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Rare Versatility
The 6-11 forward was the only player in the league to average 20-10-5 (24.2 points, 13.9 rebounds, 5.0 assists) and became the second player in history to accomplish the feat in five consecutive seasons (Larry Bird).
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All-Star, All-Action
A seven-time All-Star in his career -- and MVP of the game in 2003 -- Garnett was the Western Conference's leading vote-getter this season, posting 12 points, seven boards and six assists during February's classic contest in Los Angeles.
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Consistent Excellence
During the season, Garnett also became the first player to win four Player of the Month awards (December, January, February, April).
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Packed Trophy Case
In addition to winning the 2003-04 Most Valuable Player award, KG was a First Team selection for both the All-NBA and All-Defensive squads.
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Newfound Successes
Joined by Sam Cassell and Latrell Sprewell, Garnett led the Wolves to a franchise-best 58-24 record and the team's first-ever playoff series win.
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