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It's never easy listening to Paul Pierce talking about the city of Brooklyn. Paul Pierce sat down with Dime Magazine to talk about his commute, and about Boston's potential to attract free agents.
Dime Q&A: Paul Pierce On Going Back To Boston, The Knicks & “Cornbread” Maxwell
By Spencer Lund
Dime: How is the family liking New York?
Paul Pierce: My family loves it, loving the city. They’ve taken to the crowds, to the restaurants. It seems like a good adjustment.
Dime: Have you figured out the commute better because we saw you had some trouble when you first moved here?
PP: Oh yeah. I’ve figured it out. After like three weeks, I figured out the route. School route, practice route, game routes, all the routes.
Dime: Are you like some of the other Nets we’ve spoken to and living in New Jersey?
PP: Nah, I’m living in the city. It was an opportunity to move my family to the city for that opportunity [for them] to experience it.
Dime: The kids [...