The Los Angeles Clippers have had one of the most eventful summers in the 2015 offseason. The team picked up free agents Josh Smith and Paul Pierce, traded for Lance Stephenson, and retained DeAndre Jordan after almost losing him to the Dallas Mavericks. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — It was DeAndre Day in LA, right down to a big birthday bash Tuesday night. On a stage filled with newcomers including Paul Pierce and Josh Smith, DeAndre Jordan was the star of a news conference at Staples Center, and he...Show More Summary
Paul Pierce loved the Lakers growing up. They practiced in his Inglewood High gym, just a quick turn on Manchester Boulevard from their home at the Forum. Lakers center Shaquille O'Neal would go on to give Pierce his nickname, dubbing him "The Truth" after a 42-point game in 2001 by the then-Boston...
After being an unintentional highlight of the emoji Twitter war during the DeAndre Jordan free agency negotiations, Paul Pierce addressed the (...)
Paul Pierce decided to return home this offseason and sign a 3-year $10 million deal with the Los Angeles Clippers. But since the Pierce (...)
Being a California native, Paul Pierce naturally grew up bleeding Purple and Gold, and concedes that joining for the LA Clippers this summer was “the next best choice.” Pierce, 37, The post Paul Pierce Says ‘No Way’ He Could Play for the Lakers appeared first on SLAMonline.
Paul Pierce helped lead the Boston Celtics to an NBA championship in 2008, beating out the Lakers in the Finals.
New Clipper Paul Pierce is gonna receive a hero's welcome back to his hometown... 'cause the Mayor of Inglewood tells TMZ Sports the city is throwing the superstar a crazy homecoming bonanza. We spoke to James Butts... Mayor of 'Tha Wood... and…
The Los Angeles Clippers have been one of the busiest teams in the NBA this offseason. Lance Stephenson and Paul Pierce are two wing acquisitions who will help the Clippers' depth. DeAndre Jordan left Lob City for a brief stint until...Show More Summary
Veteran forward Paul Pierce declined a $5.5 million player option to become a free agent this summer, then chose to go back home to Cali, where he reunited with his The post John Wall Not ‘Shocked’ Paul Pierce Left the Wizards appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Brooklyn Nets dug themselves a hole. At least they're not trying crawl out of it using the same tools. The Nets dealt draft pick after draft pick to land the aging Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry back in the summer of 2013. Show More Summary
DeAndre Jordan's free agency got a little crazy, and an emoji battle broke out. pic.twitter.com/SIyHJjDScR — Paul Pierce (@paulpierce34) July 8, 2015 Paul Pierce chimed in with a picture of a rocket emoji because Paul Pierce has a flip phone with a 300 megapixel camera. Show More Summary
Like a one-possession basketball game, the DeAndre Jordan saga isn’t over until Paul Pierce says it’s over. The Ex-Wizard and newly minted Clipper was part of the Los Angeles contingent that hijacked Jordan’s Houston residence and ensured the big man re-upped with L.A. During the trip to Jordan’s house, Pierce showed his age by tweeting clip […]
It’s official – NBA star Paul Pierce is now one of the Los Angeles Clippers! According to ESPN, the 37-year-old small forward signed a three-year, $10 million deal with the Clippers after finalizing his decision to leave the Washington Wizards behind. Show More Summary
The L.A. Clippers announced today the signing of 10-time NBA All-Star forward Paul Pierce.
ORLANDO — No one likes a killjoy, a spoilsport, especially when the transportation emojis, from rocket ships to banana boats, are flying fast and furious in the Twitterverse, with Paul Pierce finding a modern use for clip art, Kobe Bryant...Show More Summary
Paul Pierce will never be able to read this article, because he is just hitting his fist against a rotary phone hoping the Internet turns on. So, Wednesday was the day everybody in the NBA competing for the love and affection of DeAndre Jordan tweeted humorous emojis. Show More Summary
Paul Pierce tried to get into what was happening with emojis surrounding DeAndre Jordan on Twitter, but came in sort of like the (...)
Washington continues its nice recovery after losing Paul Pierce. Free agent guard Alan Anderson has agreed to a deal with the Washington Wizards, according to NBA.com's David Aldridge. He'll sign one-year, $4 million contract, according to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. Anderson had a player option, but was expected to decline it all along. Show More Summary