Our Celtics captain may be heading to Spain in the near future. According to some reports from the Spanish press, two teams from the Spanish Basketball League (ACB) have already started negotiating with Paul Pierce. The main problem as for now is the elevated amount of the injury insurance that any potential team should pay to acquire Paul.

Zaragoza and Málaga might be the lucky winners to be able to have Pierce in their ranks in this 2011/12 season.

It may be time for Rajon Rondo and the rest of the Big Four to pack their bags as the prospect of having a NBA season seems to be drifting away from our dreams.

Stay tuned for more details on Paul's possible journey to the best domestic league in Europe.

Bohemian 11/18/2011 09:19:00 AM Edit
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  1. JR says:

    Bohemian with another scoop!

    If there is no NBA season, I agree that it would be cool to at least watch our favorite Celtics play somewhere. Too bad they don't televise overseas leagues here in America. Right night I could be watching Moore and Scal ball in Italy.

  2. zack w. says:

    gosh, IF there's no season and our celtics go overseas...some of them should be playing down here in brazil. our nbb league is really growing into a pretty competitive one this past 3 years. and it would be damn cool to watch some celtics in person.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hey friends. I saw another Celtics blog just report this and they didn't give you credit. Like they read Marca. Thought you should know. Hope The Truth comes here.

  4. JR says:

    What site anonymous? An American or Spanish blog?

  5. Bohemian says:

    I think anonymous is talking about this:


  6. Anonymous says:

    Come to CAI Zaragoza Pierce!!!

  7. If this happen i start to save money for plaintickets to Spain (from my country Bulgaria) is there any Spanish celtics here ... let`s say for orientation info and help

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