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So how’d that Hornets jersey feel? “Un-com-fortable,” Parish said. “In my mind, I would always be a Celtic. I was very thankful and humbled that the Hornets saw fit to allow me to play a couple more years, but the only time I thought of myself as a Charlotte Hornet was game time. Other than that, when the jersey came off, I still felt like I was a Celtic.”
Parish said he was glad to see that the Celtics found a destination for Pierce and Garnett in which they can compete for a championship. Still, he knows from his Hornets experience that, after 15 years in Boston, it won’t be easy for Pierce to take the court elsewhere.
Parish’s advice: “Just accept the fact that it is going to be awkward initially. That’s all. Because he has worn the Celtics green for so long and it is going to be really awkward for him. But it was t...