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Brooklyn Nets forward Paul Pierce says he might still be a Celtic if Rajon Rondo hadn’t torn his ACL. “It would be hard to contend,” Pierce told the Boston Herald yesterday at his camp at Basketball City in the shadow of the Garden. “I saw the vision. I saw all that. As a player, I’m selfish. I want what’s going to be good for 

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