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The Brooklyn Nets Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce are not walking away from the Boston Celtics and holding their collective tongue regarding the past calender year.
For many that follow the Celtics life feels like the Twilight Zone right about now.
Pierce and Garnett shared their thoughts on how things broke down in Beantown and the potential storm that point guard Rajon Rondo will have to ride out.
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For a decade and a half, Paul Pierce has pulled a Boston Celtics jersey over his head, stepped out on the floor, and did everything he could to help carry the team to a win. That was his job. Fifteen years and nearly 27,000 combined regular season and playoff points later Pierce now finds himself in a completely new situation for a completely new team. “There will definitely...
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Here's part 2 of ESPN's interview with Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. They discuss Rondo, when they knew it was over in Boston, and their favorite memories.
Watch Part 1 here.
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Throughout Paul Pierce's career as a Celtic, he was the team leader. The captain. The guy who took the game winning shot time and time again. But now that The Truth is donning a Brooklyn Nets uniform, he appears to be ready to embrace a new role as a "glorified role player."
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Celebrity website Bossip has photos of The Truth with newborn son Prince. Proud papa and son were spotted at Pastis restaurant in NYC over the weekend getting brunch. Far as I know, these are the first public photos of Paul and his son, who was born last April while Pierce was still a Celtic.
Paul Pierce had spent his entire NBA career with the Boston Celtics as their go-to player. Especially when Rajon Rondo went down during the 2012-2013 season.
Now with Brooklyn, a team with many stars already in place that can help the Nets get over the hump and back into title contention, Pierce told the Boston Globe he's now a "glorified role player" and not the go...
Rajon Rondo is coming back to a totally different Boston Celtics roster.
Rondo is the now the Celtics leader, and he needs to be around to lead. ESPN.com is reporting that Celtics president Danny Ainge is eyeing an opening night return for the star point guard.
Ainge did admit that the team might have to take it slow with Rondo during training camp starting in late September,...
Leave it to Brooklyn for something trendy like Google Glass to show up at an NBA news conference.
When Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry made their way to Atlantic Yards to be introduced as Brooklyn Nets, Barclays Center TV host Alyonka Larionov donned the funky, futuristic goggles to capture the moment. She even got Pierce and Terry to try them out, while Jason Kidd wondered...
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The Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics had an eerily similar 2012-13 season. History has often presented us with the opportunity for a side-by-side comparison of the NBA’s two most storied franchises, but usually in a positive light.
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