Can you imagine the Celtics without Paul Pierce?
UPDATE: The LA Times pulled the post, then put it back with this note: [For the record: An earlier version of this post contained an inappropriate comment about Pierce relating to an incident in 2000 in which he was stabbed repeatedly. That comment has been removed.]
From a Los Angeles Times guide to hating the Celtics:
By the way, Pierce's idea of a fun... Read more
Does the fact that Paul Pierce's new boston.com blog is really "as told to" rather than something from his own hand detract from it in any way? At least the Globe is up front (well, bottom of blog) about the fact that reporter Julian Benbow is the one actually composing the sentences that appear on screen; it's not like they hired somebody like... Read more
The Orlando Sentinel interviews former Celtic Tony Battie on the night he went out with his brother and Paul Pierce to an afterhours party at the Buzz Club on Stuart Street:
... Eight years ago, in the wee hours of Sept. 25, Battie was driving at breakneck speed to a Boston hospital.
Pierce, his Celtics teammate, was lying in his car, drenched in blood.... Read more
The state Appeals Court today upheld the conviction of a man charged with slicing and beating Celtics star Paul Pierce at an after-hours party in 2000.
William Ragland was sentenced to seven to ten years in jail in 2002 for the attack. An alleged accomplice, Trevor Watson, got one year for his role in the attack. Their lawyers argued the convictions were based on the... Read more
In Las Vegas during a traffic stop, but not arrested.
Ryan Barrett and some friends were at an Irish bar in the South End last night watching the Celtics game when two older white guys started getting louder and louder:
... We chose to ignore the guys ... until we heard this: "C'mon, make the shot you f*cking spook."
Our table began bouncing questions off of each other - "Did he really just say... Read more