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Lakers Aren't Fooled by Foolish Pierce

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Paul Pierce is a drama king, a man who loves to draw attention to himself whether that means faking fouls or yapping nonsense. If this sounds familiar, it’s because we just wrote about Pierce’s weary act the other day, in advance of the NBA Finals, now entering its second week yet – thanks to ABC – the thing is still only two games old. Highlights of Game 2.

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