Celtics to retire Paul Pierce's jersey on Feb. 11, when LeBron James, Cavaliers visit
The Celtics will send No. 34 to the rafters in Boston when they take on his old rival
Steve Pagliuca, another Celtics owner, had the following to say about the ceremony. Via the Boston Globe:
Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca said that Paul Pierce's No. 34 will be retired this upcoming season.
"It's going to be fantastic," Pagliuca said. "For our era, the most recent era, he embodied the Celtics' leadership, the Celtics' brand and was the MVP of the championship team. So it's going to be fantastic to see that happen."
Thinking of going to the game? Better have some deep pockets. Tickets on sites like StubHub already are upward of $300.
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