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Paul Pierce has signed a one-day non-guaranteed deal to retire as a Boston Celtic. Pierce will retire as a one-time NBA Champion after 15 seasons with the Celtics. Pierce was traded to the Nets back in 2013 and finished his career with one season in Washington and two seasons with the Clippers and Doc Rivers. He's no question a first ballot Hall-of-Famer.
Pierce was one of the best fantasy players as a member of the Celtics averaging 21.8 points per game and is the all-time leading scorer in Boston Celtics history with 24, 021 points. Pierce will go down as one of the best and will always be known as "The Truth".
Paul Pierce has been waived by the Clippers on Wednesday. Pierce announced his retirement and will likely sign a one-day contract with the Celtics to announce the official retirement.
Paul "The Truth" Pierce will go down as one of the most clutch players in NBA history. He finishes with one NBA Finals MVP and 18th in NBA history on the All-time scoring list. He's a future Hall-of-Famer in near future.
Paul Pierce finished his illustrious 18-year NBA career on Sunday in Game 7's loss to the Jazz. Pierce finished with six points in 22 minutes while adding three rebounds, one assist, and one steal.
Pierce ends his career as one of the best Celtics of all-time including one NBA Championship in 2008 alongside Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen. Pierce finishes as a first ballot Hall-of-Famer and 10-time All-Star selection. Pierce played for four NBA teams including the Celtics, Nets, Wizards and the Clippers. Pierce will go down as the "Truth" and one of the best clutch shooters in his era. Pierce will likely sign a one-day deal so he can retire a member of the Celtics.
In likely his last game at the TD Garden arena in Boston, Paul Pierce will start against the Celtics, his former team.
Pierce's workload has been non-existent this season in what is his final season in the NBA. He will likely see a few minutes but would only be a desperation DFS play.
Paul Pierce will start in place of the injured Blake Griffin on Tuesday against the Nuggets. Griffin is expected to miss a few weeks so we'll see how this shakes out at the four for the Clippers. Brandon Bass and Marresse Speights will see additional minutes.
Pierce isn't on the fantasy radar but look for Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan to see an uptick in usage. Jordan needs to be on daily rosters with Griffin out.