Found May 16, 2014 on Sports-Glory:
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The Brooklyn Nets were extremely disappointed following their elimination loss to the Miami Heat in the second round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs. Paul Pierce was upset with the Nets’ inability to close out Game 5 when they led the Heat by 10 points with just a few minutes left in the game. There are already rumors beginning to pop up about where Pierce might sign as a free agent this offseason, and it doesn’t appear to be with the Nets. According to Marc Stein of ESPN.com, Pierce could very well end up signing with either the Los Angeles Clippers or making a return to the Boston Celtics. There have been rumblings before that Pierce would like to sign a two-year deal with Boston to close out his career, and there is no doubt that the fans would welcome him back with open arms. The Los Angeles situation makes sense as well, as he would be teaming up with his old coach, Doc Rivers. Pierce is bound to be intrigued even more by the scenario that is said to be on his radar already: Reuniting with Doc Rivers in Clipperland in what would also be a homecoming for the Los Angeles native. Pierce could also elect to return 
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