The Celtics have gotten off to a rough start this season, there is no argument about that. With the big three not getting younger, the end of the era may be in sight.
According to Adrian Wojarowski of Yahoo! Sports, "several teams have inquired" about the availability of Paul Pierce.
Unlike Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen, Pierce is under contract with the team for two more years.
Pierce has been slowed early this season by a heel injury, but had a breakout game against the Thunder on Monday night with 24 points.
When was the last time you saw any labor contract — not just the NBA, not just pro sports, but in any business — get done before either side could opt-out, let alone the actual deadline?
That’s what happened with the NBA’s new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). The teams had until Dec. 15 of last year to opt out, with the real deadline for a new deal being July 1 of this year. Yet the two sides reached a deal before either side even opted out.
Thursday the NBA and National Basketball Players’ Association announced that the new CBA had been signed. It’s a seven-year deal that kicks in July 1.
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