Paul Pierce

NBA coach says Paul Pierce destroyed Corey Maggette in a summer pick-up game in LA

Skills trainer and former NBA assistant coach, Otis Hughley spoke with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson and the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen! May 18 marked the ten year anniversary of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics’ game 7 NBA Eastern Conference Semifinal duel. LeBron James and Paul Pierce went toe-to-toe in

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Draymond Green & Kevin Durant

Draymond Green’s defense of Kevin Durant is spot on

The criticisms of Kevin Durant is nothing that’s unexpected. When the release was made that he would be joining the Golden State Warriors, we knew everyone would kill him for it. That’s something that comes with the territory and something that Durant himself will have to get used to. However, Durant’s teammate, Draymond Green has

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In the year of retirements, the NBA is lucky to have Paul Pierce

Today marks the first day for players to report to training camp and some NBA players aren’t returning. Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan announced their retirements this offseason leaving Paul Pierce as one of the few stars left from the 90’s.  The Boston Celtics drafted Pierce with the 10th overall pick in the

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Boston Celtics, Toronto Raptors, Paul Pierce, Vince Carter

Flashback Friday Video: Vince Carter makes NBA debut vs. Celtics

Thanks to the 1998-1999 NBA Lockout, basketball fans were deprived of professional hoops until Feb. 5 of ’99. After a 204-day work stoppage, the Association resumed its act on that date, and several notable rookies made their debuts on, including the likes of Vince Carter, Paul Pierce, Dirk Nowitzki, Brad Miller and Peja Stojakovic. After

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VIDEO: Alec Burks hammers home thunderous dunk

Utah Jazz guard Alec Burks has been slithering his way into highlights this week, first with the victimization of Phoenix Suns wing Jon Leuer and then with something of a similar spice against DeAndre Jordan and the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday evening.  Although the title of the NBA’s video is a tad-bit misleading (Burks

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Billy King on Pierce-Garnett Trade: “We took our shot”

When the Brooklyn Nets decided to trade away their future to win right away in 2013, the basketball world couldn’t help but watch how it played out. They were taking a huge risk, but the owner, Mikhail Prokhorov, wanted it to happen. The Nets went out and acquired Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry

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Wesley Johnson Starting Over Paul Pierce In Los Angeles?

According to James Herbert of CBS Sports, the Los Angeles Clippers are considering starting Wesley Johnson over Paul Pierce. I’m sure this will have plenty of people jumping out of their seats and saying that the Clippers are crazy if they put Pierce on the bench. I think this is a great move, and that

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Fisch’s Friday Rant: Eastern Conference & 2008 Celtics

Editor’s Note: Sorry, no video this week. Next week the video rant will be back! Eastern Conference The Eastern Conference starts their rise this coming season. (Check out our writer Aram’s Eastern Conference opinion here) That’s right, I said it, they are on their way to being a strong conference again. The East may have

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Paul Pierce agrees to 3-year deal with the Clippers

The Washington Wizards were desperately seeking to retain the services of their clutch shooter in Paul Pierce this offseason, but were unsuccessful, as Doc Rivers and his Clippers have lured him to LA. Pierce’s three-year deal with Clippers will earn him nearly $10M, league source tells Yahoo Sports. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 1, 2015

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Wizards looking to trade Nene, but there’s not much of a market for him

During majority of the regular season, Washington Wizards head coach Randy Wittman elected to play Marcin Gortat and Nene together, totally disregarding the prevalence of small-ball in the Association today. Although the Gortat and Nene pairing proved to be effective during the regular season, Wittman decided to go for a stylistic change during the postseason

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