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Video: Paul Pierce Takes Shot at Miami Heat’s Big 3 Era, Says They ‘Underachieved’
- Updated: May 22, 2020
First, Pierce left James off his list of top-five players ever.
Now, he believes that while playing for the Miami Heat, James and the Big 3 “underachieved.”
— Heat Nation (@HeatNationCom) May 22, 2020
Even though Allen’s 3-pointer in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals saved Miami’s season, they still went on to win the decisive Game 7.
“It was like that team nobody can beat them. They should have been one and four, they skated with two out of four but they should’ve probably won three out of the four.”
Despite Pierce’s criticism, Miami made the NBA Finals every season with the Big 3, and James won two regular season MVP awards.
It’s hard to ask for more success in a four-year stretch than that.