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Paul Piece Wants To Leave A Legacy

RedsArmyAdmin November 3, 2008 Uncategorized 4 Comments

I really dig that outfit Pierce is rocking on the new Boston Common magazine.  Seriously.  That's a sharp look.  I'm going to start putting my money aside so I can buy that in 2 years.  I wonder if the Truth's tailor has a layaway plan.

I'm also digging Paul's retirement plan… which he spells out to the Herald

As for Pierce’s retirement plan, he sees himself staying in Boston. “My life is Boston. I feel like I might open up some restaurants, maybe a sports bar or a car dealership. None of the other greats have done that. They won here,” but none left a legacy, he said.

Now THAT is a commitment to the city.   Paul is showing some amazing maturity.  That should not be overlooked. 

Paul Pierce can learn a thing or two from Magic Johnson.  He not only became a mogul after playing hoops, he did it in a way that boosted the black community.  Paul Pierce's money and star power could create jobs and reinvigorate some communities that have fallen on hard times.  This should earn Paul a lot of respect.

His business ventures, however, might not start until he comes back from finishing his career in Greece. 

Herald:  Freebies quite costly  |  Hearing Garnett's footsteps  |  Globe:  Pierce adds soccer to workout regimen  |  Houston Chronicle:  Rockets look to mirror Celtics success

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  • http://redsarmy.com BigMck

    Thats a good point – how come I’ve never been to Larry Bird’s Sports Bar or Jim Rice’s Steakhouse? All we get is Jerry Remy’s Sausage Shack on Lansdowne.

  • Jester00

    what about VIN Baker place

  • http://www.redsarmy.com redsarmy

    Now that’s cold.

  • kong

    Restaurants and sports bars are nice, but if he really wants to leave a legacy and make an impression on the city, he should start a basketball camp for kids, or something more community-centric. THAT would be the way to leave a legacy.