Paul Pierce: ESPN fires, according to media reports, the NBA expert

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Emma Teitel
Emma Teitel
Emma Teitel is an award-winning national affairs columnist with the Toronto Star who writes about anything and everything. She got her start at Maclean's Magazine where she wrote frequently about women's issues, LGBT rights, and popular culture.

The former NBA Star Paul Pierce is said to have lost a sensational Video of his Job as a TV pundit at the station ESPN. The AP news Agency and the broadcaster CNN reported, among other things, citing not. An official confirmation of the personnel is yet to come.

Pierce was released on Friday evening, an Instagram Live Video that showed him in a game of Poker and Smoking. In the Background, scantily clad dancers were seeing inside. Besides, no one was wearing a mouth-nose-protection, which is a breach of the Corona-rules of ESPN. The station belongs to the Walt Disney Company, who is mainly known for their family-friendly program.

After the publication of the reports on the termination of pierce’s, the 43-Year-old Instagram spoke up, not to mention however, without these directly. “Bigger and better things” are on the way, the Americans.

Pierce had played 19 years in the NBA, 15 of them for the Boston Celtics. In 2008, he won the record-breaking champion in his only NBA title. In this season, he was elected the most valuable player (MVP). In 2017, he finished his career.

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