Last year around this time the Nets held an extravagant press conference to introduce Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, issuing grand boasts of title contention with a surprise appearance from Mikhail Prokhorov.
In a move that lends significant credibility to their upward trajectory, free agent Paul Pierce opted to sign a two-year, $10 million contract with the Washington Wizards. Pierce is a veteran with plenty left to offer a team like the...Show More Summary
The first three weeks of free agency have been crazy. LeBron James went home, Lance Stephenson left Indiana, Paul Pierce joined his third team in as many seasons, the Bulls reloaded, the Mavs got their anchor back, and the Rockets struck out on the big names.
The Washington Wizards have had a busy offseason as they look to build upon their playoff run last year. With veterans such as Paul Pierce and Kris Humphries on board, how much did the young Wizards improve? Malik Rose joins Howard Beck to break it all down in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Washington Wizards have officially signed veteran forward Paul Pierce.
The Brooklyn Nets fell short of their ultimate goal this past season, bowing out in the second round of the playoffs after mortgaging their future for a win-now roster. After losing Paul Pierce to the Washington Wizards and the sudden...Show More Summary
Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that the team has signed forward Paul Pierce. “We are very happy to welcome Paul to our organization and add his championship experience and history of clutch play to our team,” said Grunfeld. “He will be a good fit alongside our young, dynamic backcourt while his presence and leadership [...]
While the Nets have long expected Kevin Garnett to return for his second season in Brooklyn, some thought their decision to pass on re-signing Paul Pierce may have caused Garnett to reconsider. Apparently not. Chris Broussard and Mike...Show More Summary
Good friend and longtime teammate Paul Pierce may have bolted, but Kevin Garnett is reportedly set to suit up with the Brooklyn Nets for at least another season. Per ESPN: […] The post Report: Kevin Garnett Returning to the Brooklyn Nets appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Washington Wizards and former NBA Champion Paul Pierce have reached a 2-year, $11 million dollar agreement, according to ESPN.com. After just playing one season for the Brooklyn Nets, Pierce is heading out to the nation’s capital and hope to be of service to John Wall and company. Last season, he a career low of […]
The Washington Wizards rumors this offseason will likely come to a close thanks to the team signing Paul Pierce to a two year, $11 million deal. However, the Washington Wizards rumors for 2016 are just getting started. Kevin Durant, a Washington D.C. native, will be a free agent in the summer of 2016 and the
Here’s ESPN.com reporting that Paul Pierce is leaving the Brooklyn Nets and linking up with John Wall and the Washington Wizards: After a short stay in Brooklyn, Paul Pierce is heading to the Washington Wizards. Sources close to the process told ESPN.com on Saturday that Pierce has committed to sign a two-year, $11 million deal with the [...]
Slightly unexpected, but here we are: Paul Pierce is headed to DC. Per Yahoo! Sports: Paul Pierce turns 37 in October and isn’t quite the offensive force he was when he […] The post Paul Pierce Signs 2-Year, $10 Million Deal With Wizards appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Washington Wizards had to act fast in the wake of Trevor Ariza's departure, and they did. Ariza signed with the Houston Rockets earlier on Saturday, and the market for small forwards was drying up quickly. But it had yet to partShow More Summary
Paul Pierce lasted just one season in Brooklyn. In another stunning development in a tumultuous offseason for the Nets, Pierce agreed to a two-year deal for about $5 million per season, a source confirmed to the Daily News late Sunday evening.
After giving it careful consideration and talking with his family, Paul Pierce will very likely finish out his career as a member of the Washington Wizards. Pierce agreed to a two-year contract with the Wizards on Saturday, ending the...Show More Summary
Paul Pierce is on the move for the second straight summer, this time from Brooklyn to the Washington Wizards.
Paul Pierce will play for his third team in three years, joining the Wizards on a two-year deal. The Los Angeles Clippers were long-rumored to be the likely free agent destination, but Pierce will instead remain in the Eastern Conference. Show More Summary
Paul Pierce is a man without an NBA team as a free agent, but as he figures out his next move, he decided to enter this year’s World Series of Poker main event in Las Vegas. And, after holding his own with some of the biggest names in poker over the event’s first two days, […]
Nearly one year after the Brooklyn Nets traded for Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, general manager Billy King pulled the trigger on another deal. And while the more recent transaction didn ’t include two surefire Hall of Famers, it did...Show More Summary