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I think 27 times is bit much, but who can determine another mans gratitude. It might have been that in his elation he forgot his mother and father friends and associates, or maybe he’s altogether just a good old boy doing what has to be done to survive. One thing is curtain over kill is best on the court because all the thank you’s in the world is not going to keep Boston happy you got to get off your knees and really show how much each thank you is worth. Oh by the way how about some Hail Maries, Our Fathers, thank you Lords. Being grateful is a just thing, here come get your banana is not how it’s supposed to wind up. Don’t do the Tarzan thing man it’s so ethnicly wrong your hard work and ability deserve more and so does your God and your family 27 times that’s ridiculous.
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Paul Pierce, the former longtime Celtic, has moved on from the team in green and white to the team in black and white.
The newest Brooklyn Net throughout Monday’s press conference did not look to pleasant on being traded, but as the display went on and it finally hit him that he will not be a Celtic, things started to make sense.
“It hasn’t really sunk in,” Pierce said. “I...
Brooklyn Nets forward Paul Pierce recently started an Instagram account and his first order of business was posting 41(!!!) different photos of his favorite memories while in Boston. Feel free to browse the entire collection here.
I'm going to share some of my favorite Boston memories on my new Instagram account. Follow me @paulpierce and #THANKYOUBOSTON
— Paul Pierce (@paulpierce34...
A.B. As of last weekend, Paul Pierce is officially no longer a member of the Boston Celtics.
Considered by many to be one of the top 5 Celtics players of all time, Pierce spent the last 15 years as a member of the Green. During that span Pierce won an NBA Championship in 2008 and scored over 20,000 career points.
So while Pierce’s career will continue, “The Truth” will take...
In case you missed Paul Pierce's tweets and Instagram photos today, he has also posted a YouTube video (more like a slide show) thanking the city of Boston.
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Being fortunate enough to have Tuesdays off, I was on Twitter today (as usual) as Paul Pierce took us all down memory lane. He hadn’t tweeted anything in regards to “the trade” yet, and then he came out with this tweet late this afternoon:
I’m going to share some of my favorite Boston memories on my new Instagram account. Follow me @paulpierce and #THANKYOUBOSTON
Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry were officially introduced as members of the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center on Thursday. Both Pierce and KG expressed feelings of sadness to leave Boston, but were excited for a chance to compete for a championship in Brooklyn. Paul Pierce also described his emotions thinking about returning to play at the TD Garden as a visitor...
Today was the day that it all became real.
Those pictures of Garnett and Pierce jerseys weren’t Photoshopped. It wasn’t an elaborate promo for TBS’s “Deal With It.”
Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett are Brooklyn Nets. (Oh, and Jason Terry too).
Kevin Garnett has been here before. His departure from Minnesota seems to have been ages ago. This whole “change of address”...
Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry were just introduced as Nets. As you can imagine, it was especially weird for Pierce, who time and time again referenced his comfort level with Boston, and appeared legitimately saddened that his time with the Celtics was through.
Here are some of the highlights of the presser, transcribed through the Boston Globe's Gary Washburn and...
“I’m no longer a Boston Celtic. I’m a Brooklyn Net.”
Those were the words of Paul Pierce on Thursday as the former Celtics star was introduced as a member of the Brooklyn Nets. Pierce, along with Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry, were introduced to the media and Nets fans Thursday at a news conference at Barclays Center, and it was an odd sight to say the least.
Former Celtics veterans Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry were introduced as the newest members of the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center today. The three vets were traded to the Nets in a massive blockbuster deal on the night of the 2013 NBA Draft last month.
During the press conference, Pierce and Garnett talked about their desire to win another championship before they...
The Boston Herald caught up with the forgotten member of the Celtics trio heading to Brooklyn, Jason Terry, and he had some fantastic quotes on Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett and their mindset about the deal. From Mark Murphy's article (link).
Terry on Pierce and KG's attitude towards the trade.
“I know they were both disappointed that it had to end this way for them...
Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry were traded to the Brooklyn Nets in June as part of a surprising multi-player deal. The three players are expected to solidify an already strong roster and potentially lead Brooklyn to a title run. The trade was jarring because not many expected to see happen Pierce and KG [...]
Boston Celtics: Who needs to step up in order for Celtics to succeed?
By: Deion Hulse: HoopStuff Contributor
With the departure of two of Boston’s most iconic players, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, the Boston Celtics will need many players to step up and produce more than in previous years. The Celtics have many young, talented players and can succeed if they approach the season...