Randy Wittman doesn’t want Paul Pierce making an emotional decision about the future of his 17-year NBA career.
The ball fell through the hoop and Verizon Center exploded. Paul Pierce had done it again.
Wizards playoff hero Paul Pierce sank the game-tying shot as time expired, but the basket was waved off when replay showed it was too late.
The big lead was gone and the crowd was stunned. A devastating loss loomed for the Wizards.
Paul Pierce, asked if he called ‘bank’ before hitting the Game 3 buzzer-beater off the backboard, said: “I called game.”
Paul Pierce’s banked-in 21-foot jumper at the buzzer gave the Washington Wizards a 103-101 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night.
The Wizards don’t know where they’ll be Saturday, but still have a good built-in excuse to stay up and watch the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight.
After beating the Toronto Raptors on Sunday afternoon, the Wizards returned to the Verizon Center on Monday night to cheer on the Capitals.
WASHINGTON — After hitting a 3-pointer to double the Washington Wizards’ lead with 16.3 seconds left, Paul Pierce turned to the stands with arms aloft, nodded and yelled, “That’s why I’m here!” Yes, the Wizards […]
Psychological warfare isn’t enough. Paul Pierce has caused the psychological apocalypse in this Wizards-Raptors series.