Paul Pierce was traded to Brooklyn this past off-season along with teammate Kevin Garnett. Both NBA greats are apparently totally done with the city they loved so much (remember, they still won’t talk to Ray Allen because he left Boston for Miami last season).
Even though Pierce had played in Boston since 1998, the middle of the franchise’s last losing era, he isn’t sticking around hoping for a statue outside the TD Garden someday. Pierce just put his Lincoln, Mass. home on the market for $2.65 million.
For that price, you get to hang in the same house ‘The Truth’ called home. It includes:
• incredible hardwood floors (but no parquet)
• a paneled study
• modern kitchen and bath fixtures
• a small backyard perfect for lawn darts and a kiddie pool
If Pierce’s dull pad isn’t to your liking, remember that Garnett put his modern home in Concord, Mass. on the market earlier this fall. It will cost you twice as much, though.
Highlights of Paul Pierce’s Lincoln, Mass. House:
• 5 bedrooms, 5 baths
• 12 miles to Mac’s Two Lounge gentlemen’s club
• 5.9 miles from Whole Foods
• 1.7 miles to Dunkin’ Donuts