In his positional rankings, Tony Mejia ranks Pierce 3rd among Small Forwards. He kind of lost his credibility with me when he stiffed Perk in his Center rankings but Pierce is a top player. However, he plays more at the SG than the SF. One of the good things about our roster is that we have a lot of versatile players who can play several positions. I like that Ricky got some love... I still love Ricky. Also interesting that Gomes got some consideration even though he plays at the 4 more than the 3.
3. Paul Pierce, Boston: He keeps getting better. There's not much else to say. Pierce stepped up as the leader in Beantown, performing consistently in the midst of a rebuilding project. There aren't many better at delivering in the clutch. Recovering from offseason elbow surgery isn't a concern. [More] source:CBS Sportsline