Deuce on security detail as Jayson Tatum’s son shows up at his game

Deuce on security detail as Jayson Tatum’s son shows up at his game

Deuce on security detail as Jayson Tatum’s son shows up at his game


 

 


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

If Shaq hadn’t been injured, Paul Pierce thinks the Boston Celtics would have captured another championship.

Hall of Fame center Shaquille O’Neal teamed up with fellow Hall of Famers Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce in the latter stages of his remarkable NBA career to form the Boston Celtics, a team that was a title contender in the 2010–11 NBA season. However, the relationship was rocky nearly from the beginning.During an appearance on Garnett’s Showtime Basketball podcast, “KG Certified,” Pierce narrated his experience of playing alongside the Big Aristotle. Pierce remarked, “I love Shaq as a teammate.” “But the one thing about Shaq that I didn’t like was that he was occupying like three seats when he was on the bench next to me.”Jokes aside, though, The Truth thought Boston could have captured another championship if Shaq had not sustained an injury midway through the regular season. Pierce remarked, “I think we would have won it that year if we had him healthy.”

Before Diesel got hurt, we (had) a tremendous start, the Inglewood native said. LeBron was on fire as we defeated the Miami Heat. Diesel was harmed when we were twenty-three and four.It’s reasonable to argue that, if the injury bug hadn’t shown up in a large way that season, the much-coveted Banner 18 might have been won between this and Kendrick Perkins’ injury.

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