Paul Pierce Declares That The Series Is “Over” For Bucks Following Game 1 Loss
Paul Pierc had no problems with ruffling feathers as he settled into his career as an NBA analyst. After Bucks, the former Celtics, declared the series already over in Game 1 of their playoff series, that it was disappointing loss to the Celtics. Pierce talked after the game when his co-hosts, “I don’t know where Milwaukee is coming from,” questioned his logic. Co-host Chauncey Billups swiftly poked into the Pierce theory by showing himself assured of his ability to win the NBA chamipnship title this year. “I believe it’s over.”
"I think it's over."
— ESPN (@espn) April 28, 2019
Previously, when Pierce stated that he had a better career than Dwyane Wade, he flexed his pride in the proverbial hot take. Of course, Dwyane Wade’s stats and accolades far exceeded Pierce in her career, while the former champion of Celtics put a series of contradictions in her claims that she was not.
Only Game 1, the Bucks, who have achieved the highest level in the regular League this year, will have many occasions to prove Paul Pierce’s mistake. They’re going to TD Garden in Boston next to maintain the series.