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Paul Pierce retiring as A Celtic?

If you're a Boston fan no matter what sport you watch, you should know who Paul Pierce is. Paul Pierce was a Celtic from 1998-2013. He was a Celtic for 15 years. Now obviously he's not the longest Celtic player, but he won the 2008 championship with the Celtics, but not only that, he was the Finals MVP too.Paul Pierce wanted to be a Celtic for life, but it wasn't his fault he got traded to the Nets in 2013. He wanted to stay and retire as a Celtic, but that's not what Celtics retied shooting guard and President of Basketball Operations for the Boston Celtics Danny Ainge wanted. Ainge traded Pierce, Garnett and Terry, for a first round draft pick, which he picked up Celtics Center Kelly Olynyk. I don't know how that was a good move, but they're still rebuilding. But Pierce didn't leave the Celtics, Ainge got rid of him. Pierce has rumors going around the NBA that right before he retires from the NBA, he wants a 10-day contract with the Celtics so he can retire as A Celtic. Leave your comments down below! I want too hear your thought's!

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