Celtics great Paul Pierce is STILL jealous of LeBron James

Tanya Simon
May 22, 2020

While Pierce certainly had some highlights in his career, they pale in comparison to James, who will likely be remembered as one of the best in the history of the game - no matter how much the Celtics legend spits in his direction.

"After the game, both teams were beating in the back", he said.

". Ever since that moment, LeBron James and Paul Pierce hate each other". He claimed James was left off his list because the other players either helped "build up their organization or continued the tradition" of teams while James jumped around.

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Perkins thinks Pierce's list is biased.

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"What has LeBron did to build up any organization from the ground?" And then he went to the Lakers where tradition is already been made.

So, James didn't do things Pierce's way.

Of course, James' dreams of playing football never unfolded since the NBA season returned in December 2011 and the 16-time NBA All-Star won his first championship that season with the Miami Heat. Hell, they almost came to blows after a preseason game in 2004. I don't know. seems fair to equate spitting at someone (and their team) to some pure hatred.

Appearing on ESPN's Hoop Streams on Wednesday night, former Celtic and Cavalier Kendrick Perkins said Pierce and James have a feud that dates back to James' rookie year in 2003. "Boston and Paul Pierce would kind of be that [rival], if I had to name just one". "Even now, today. There's no way in hell that you can say LeBron James is not top five". Any opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of 98.5 The Sports Hub, Beasley Media Group, or any subsidiaries.

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