No one likes to lose. But Kevin Garnett may like it less than anyone.

The Big Ticket was in good spirits following the Celtics' 92-91 win over the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 1 on Saturday night. But even after a hard-fought victory on the floor, the 35-year-old center isn't planning any sort of celebration.

"I'm going home, get treatment, come back in here, study tape," Garnett said of his plans.

Garnett was extremely pleased with the win, and he showed it with a wide smile and some joyous words about his team's resiliency. But the 14-time All-Star is far too focused on raising another banner to be spending his time on anything but the job at hand.

"I have no life at this point," Garnett jokingly admitted, further displaying his endless dedication to the team. "No life at at all. That is what it is."

Garnett spent some time in the postgame talking about Rajon Rondo's triple-double performance, as well as his outlook on the series heading into Monday's Game 2.

Take a look at Garnett showing off his humor and intensity in the interview above.