After being trade from the Celtics to the Brooklyn Nets, Paul Pierce once again made his hatred towards the Knicks known. He even called New York City a Brooklyn Nets town.
Knicks point guard Raymond Felton disagrees with Pierce. Here is what he had to say at a clinic for Big Brothers and Big Sisters in New York City.
“They will never take over the city. Because we’ve got ‘New York’ on our chest,” Felton said Sunday. “They’ve got ‘Brooklyn’ on their chest, and we’ve got ‘New York.’ They’ll never take over the city.
“[Pierce] saying that is just him talking. At the end of the day, it’s all about rivalries. We understand that — he knows that, I know that. He’s just trying to fuel it.”
“He’s just trying to talk, talk, talk, to fuel the rivalry, which is good. I love it. “I think it’s good for us, it’s good for the whole state, it’s good. So, whatever — I love it.
“I don’t really pay no attention to what Paul is saying. “I hear about it, but I don’t pay it