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You can’t tune out the fact that the Miami Heat have won 20 straight games and are now tied for the third-longest winning streak in NBA history. The longest, 33 in a row, was done by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers. But, if you ask Paul Pierce what he thinks about the potential of playing the Heat on a 22-game win streak come Monday, he simply doesn’t care and if truth be told, hopes they lose out the rest of the way.
According to ESPN Boston:
Asked if he wants the Heat to still be carrying that streak on Monday, Pierce offered, “I really don’t even care. I hope they lose every game the rest of the season. I just worry about what this team does.”
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With Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett both advancing to 20th and 15th respectively on the NBA scoring list, we thought it would be cool to get your favorite Pierce and KG moments. So we asked on Twitter and got a few great responses.
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Paul “The Truth” Pierce joined forces with his teammates and other Boston area celebrities for the fourth annual “The Truth Strikes Again” charity bowling tournament at Kings in Dedham. The charity event raised funds for Pierce’s Truth on Health Campaign and FitClub34.
The star-studded event featured a VIP reception, live auction and a host of current and past players from...
Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett ham it up for the camera tonight at Paul’s annual charity bowling event, “The Truth Strikes Again”. Our own Scott, aka “Celtkicks” was there covering the event tonight and will have some more pics tomorrow. Check out a few more photos, via Pose, in the gallery below.
BOSTON — Mike Dunlap needs to work on giving compliments.
The Bobcats coach was apparently being flattering of Paul Pierce, the workmanlike star of the Celtics, when he praised Pierce is the weirdest way possible on Saturday. After saying a bunch of normal things about the way Pierce controls the game and always gets the shot he wants, Dunlap got really creative with his admiration...
Paul Pierce hosted “The Truth Strikes Again” charity bowling event in Boston on Thursday night to benefit his “Truth on Health” charity aimed at promoting healthy lifestyles in adolescents and fight childhood obesity. Pierce who brought along his Celtics teammates, led his bowling team to a tournament victory.
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"I really don't even care. I hope they lose every game the rest of the season. I just worry about what this team does"-Paul Pierce
I just love this team. No other team in the league is as hardcore as
the Celtics. They don't care about being liked and what other teams/fans think of them. They embrace the rivalry they have with the Heat and
don't try to suck...
It wasn’t that long ago that rumors were swirling about drastically changing the Boston Celtics roster to make a playoff run, but after no blockbuster trades were made, the C’s find themselves sitting pretty in the standings and working with what they have.
Only 3 1/2 games back of the New York Knicks in the division standings, the Celtics can almost look back to earlier in the...
BOSTON — Twenty years from now, in a break in the action during a Celtics game at the new TD Garden, some precocious little girl or some meathead from the South Shore will show up on the video screen for one of those fan trivia contests. At stake will be a free Apple iChip, the digital music device that is installed directly into the user’s skull, and the question will hearken...
The Boston Celtics may have found themselves in a relatively light week — light enough that they’ve made an obvious effort to give Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett more rest than usual — but they’ll be right back in the swing of things this Monday. NBA odds favor the reigning champion Miami Heat in the March matchup, but the last time these two clubs met the veteran C’s came...
Jason Terry said he is not impressed with the Miami Heat's current win streak or anything else that they do, for that matter.
Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers a close friend of New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick wasn't happy to hear that Wes Welker signed with the Denver Broncos on Wednesday.
The Celtics took a 9 point lead into the half, but with about two and a half minutes to go in the third, the C’s hit the gas and left the Raptors in the rear view mirror. They crushed the Raps 112-88 for their 10th straight home win. The Celtics bench was a giant part of the blowout, outscoring the Raptors bench 58-29.
Paul Pierce had a nice return from his day...
It was sad to see 4 pages on one game thread and 19 on another. Those game threads used to have over 100 pages every game. The Celtics did get the benefit of some calls last night. I'm amazed at how many fans hate their head coach. Makes me very thankful for Doc. Good game for the Celtics. Not so much for the Raptors. Enjoy today's comments...
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At home: 32-9
On road: 6-27
Streak: Won 1
Kevin Garnett scored 12 points, passing Jerry West for 15th on the NBA's career scoring list, and Paul Pierce joined him among the top 20 scorers in league history with 15 points as the Boston Celtics beat the Toronto Raptors, 112-88, on Wednesday night.
Garnett needed four points to pass West (25,192 points) and Pierce entered the game nine points shy of tying Charles Barkley...