After the win against Miami, the first game of his career in which he played at least 25 minutes and missed at least 10 shots (and that's a quite impressive streak), the Celtics' Paul Pierce will have an MRI on his left foot to determine the extent of his injury.
He's also recently sprained his right hand, which is his shooting hand.
The Miami game was the first game, regular-season or playoffs, in which Pierce has been held without a field goal since 2000-- and only the fourth of his career.
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I'd go with Darko because LeBron has so much hype around him, that it's going to take him a couple years to settle in. Darko will have less pressure and will be able to just worry about playing good basketball.