Unrestricted free agent Paul Pierce is being courted by several contenders, but the Washington Wizards appear to be creeping into the lead for the Truth's services. Continue for updates. Pierce Growing Attached to D.C. Wednesday, July...Show More Summary
No other 37-year-old free agent is as sought-after as Paul Pierce. Since opting out of his contract with the Washington Wizards, Pierce has become a free-agent target for several teams around the league. The Los Angeles Clippers and the Boston Celtics are the leading candidates to potentially sway The Truth to leave the capital. Show More Summary
Paul Pierce might just be the guy to break Washington, DC, out of its basketball slump—if he doesn’t retire or move to a different team first. The post Truth Shall Set Us Free appeared first on SLAMonline.
It’s very possible that Paul Pierce is gone from DC Free agent negotiations begin Wednesday, and the Washington Wizards must deal with possibly losing veteran forward Paul Pierce. Here’s CSN Washington reporting: With the Wizards now knowing for certain that Paul Pierce will opt out of the second year of his contract, they’ll proceed as if he’s not returning [...]
Pierce opted out of the final season of a two-year deal he signed with Washington last summer that included a reported $5.5 million player option for the 2015-16 season.
Paul Pierce will opt out of the final year of his deal with the Wizards and become an unrestricted free agent this summer. The move was expected, and doesn’t necessarily The post Paul Pierce Will Opt Out of His Contract and Become a Free Agent appeared first on SLAMonline.
If Paul Pierce doesn't return with Washington, he'll be joining back up with Doc Rivers in Los Angeles, according to reports. Paul Pierce is headed for NBA free agent market after reportedly opting out of the final year of his contract with the Washington Wizards, according to USA Today. Show More Summary
Paul Pierce is opting out of the final year of his contract with the Wizards and will become a free agent Wednesday.
Veteran forward Paul Pierce has decided to opt out of his second, and final, year with the Washington Wizards and will become a free agent, according to the Players Tribune. It is clear that Pierce would like to play at least one more season, but this decision puts the location his playing in doubt. Show More Summary
Paul Pierce elected to opt out of his contract with the Washington Wizards on Saturday, per the Players' Tribune. While it's clear the veteran is intent on playing at least one more season, the decision has thrown the location where he'll be playing into doubt. Show More Summary
Boston Celtics rumors reveal a big wish list in the NBA offseason. The Celtics want to sign Kevin Love, Robin Lopez, and Paul Pierce when the NBA free agency period opens. A report from CBS Sports now confirms that the Celtics are going to try to lure all three free agents to Boston in July. Show More Summary
In an attempt to keep free agent Kevin Love from obtaining any interest whatsoever in signing with the Boston Celtics this summer, the team is threatening to also sign Paul Pierce and Brook Lopez’s brother, Robin Lopez, should he somehow...Show More Summary
Yes, Robin Lopez and Paul Pierce. It's a weird idea. The Boston Celtics' pitch to sign Kevin Love as a free agent this summer will include the chance to play with Robin Lopez and Paul Pierce, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Show More Summary
Paul Pierce may enter free agency Here’s the Washington Post blog reporting on Wizards forward Paul Pierce — and this is still unofficial but he will reportedly test the free agent market: Washington Wizards forward Paul Pierce has decided to play next season but is expected to bypass his $5.5 million player option, according to two people with knowledge [...]
The legacy is pretty much set: a championship in 2008, 10 All-Star appearances and a well-deserved reputation as one of the game's most cold-blooded closers. All that's left for Paul Pierce is the chance to taste victory one more time,...Show More Summary
Paul Pierce will play next season but he is expected to forgo his player option with the Washington Wizards valued at $5.54 million, according to the Washington Post.
Pierce nearly helped the Wizards to the Eastern Conference Finals, but may bail to Los Angeles to finish his career. Paul Pierce is currently contemplating whether he will accept or decline a $5.5-million player option with the Wizards for next season. Show More Summary
Wizards forward Paul Pierce is leaning toward playing in the NBA next season, according to a source of the Washington Post. It’s unclear if Pierce wants to opt-in for $5.5 The post Report: Paul Pierce ‘Set On Playing’ in 2015-16 Season appeared first on SLAMonline.
With the 2014-15 season finally confined to its glorious past, the NBA rumor mill once again returns to prominence. The 2015 NBA draft takes place June 25, leaving all 30 teams with precious few days to complete trades or signings that will allow them to put the finishing touches on a draft strategy. Show More Summary
It wasn't long ago that the Boston Celtics were embarking on what figured to be an arduous rebuild. They had just brought a rookie head coach aboard in Brad Stevens. Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett had been shipped to the Brooklyn Nets. Show More Summary