Paul Pierce and Ray Allen feud is over
Well, glad I can finally sleep at night.
That’s because some of the beef is officially over for the 2007-2008 Boston Celtics team. No, not the Rajon Rondo-Ray Allen stuff. I’m sure they’ll never be friends because of the kinds of guys they both are, but the rest of the team seems like they might just be ready to forgive Ray Allen. Why? Because they’re adults and it’s a capitalist society and it was ten years ago. Not to mention they probably wouldn’t have won another title if he stayed in Boston, the team would’ve just spent more money on another aging veteran. Anyways…
Paul Pierce, the truth, AKA the best Celtics player since Larry Bird (I don’t know if that’s true, but it’s a hot take and they’re both Hall of Famers), decided he wanted to “bury the hachet” with Allen. He seems to want that old beef to be water under the bridge to be cliche about it.
Anyways, it just sounds like Pierce probably doesn’t care that much anymore, especially when the two were teammates for a 2007-2008 NBA championship winning team. It was the first Celtics championship since the 1985-1986 season. So yes, Pierce, Allen and Kevin Garnett was a better big 3 than the big 3 before the latter two got there: Pierce, Ricky Davis and Mark Blount. That one was only good for like 20 wins or something because Pierce got hurt. T
Seriously though, this seems to be the trend these days, mending bridges that were previously burned. I’m pretty sure Drake and Josh did the exact same thing recently after Drake was upset that Josh didn’t invite him to his wedding. Just goes to show we never really know what’s going on behind the scenes with our favorite stars.
I wonder if Seinfeld ever had any problems like this…