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Paul Pierce will be eating crow soon.

And if he's lucky, Aaron Rodgers will pick up the tab.

Pierce, a former Boston Celtics star who is now an ESPN NBA analyst, has told everyone and anyone that his old team would beat the Milwaukee Bucks. After Boston's Game 1 win, Pierce declared the series "over" and that the Celtics would win in five games. After two straight Bucks wins, Pierce doubled down, predicting the Celtics would win in six games.

Well, you don't have to be a math major to know that it isn't going to happen.

Rodgers, a minority owner of the Bucks, reminded Pierce of that fact after Milwaukee's 113-101 victory over the Celtics in Game 4. The victory gave the Bucks a 3-1 lead in the series. 

The Green Bay Packers quarterback came up with this zinger by way of Twitter.

Now that's an MVP tweet.

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