Kevin Garnett's Injury Causes Danny Ainge's Heart Attack (HUMOR)

Alex TimmonsCorrespondent IApril 16, 2009

BOSTON, MA - OCTOBER 28: President Danny Ainge and Kevin Garnett  #5 of the Boston Celtics watch as the 2008 World Championship banner is raised during the 2008 NBA World Championship ceremony before a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at the TD Banknorth Garden on October 28, 2008 in Boston, Massachusetts. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

As you wake up on this fine Thursday morning, you awake to find that the 2009 NBA Finals will be played by the Los Angeles Lakers and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

This news comes after the only threat to the Cavs, the Celtics, suffered an injury to their second best player and biggest defensive presence: Kevin Garnett.

There are no threats to the 2009 NBA champions the LA Lakers.

News broke out that he will not likely return to the team in time for the playoffs. Now, after the injury, the Celtics will struggle in the first round matchup against the Chicago Bulls, then probably have a second round exit against the Magic because of the trouble they will have with Dwight Howard.

The Celtics GM Danny Ainge suffered a heart attack this Thursday morning, probably soon after the hearing of the end of the Celtics championship chances for another decade or more. Ainge has been taken out of the hospital and is resting comfortably at home.

Ainge is expected to make a full recovery, but will be in the hospital the next few days and is expected to miss the Celtics opening round start against the Bulls on Saturday. 

The Celtics are the defending champions, but not for long.