Paul Pierce, seen here whining at yet another referee, was stabbed at a Boston nightclub in 2000. For whatever reason, this prompted the LA Times, in a ‘Guide to hating the Celtics,” to joke: “By the way, Pierce’s idea of a fun night is going clubbing and getting stabbed. Good times!” Because stabbing jokes are hilarious, obviously. The blog post has been deleted, but it lives in google cache. [via Jose3030]
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