This seems like an overreaction if you ask me.
Pierce was having a party at his own house and the women were adults. Where was the crime?
Yes, it did have Rachel Nichols trending for a while and some others at ESPN were not pleased on how it looked, but once again, can ESPN fire someone for something they were doing at their house?
According to Ryan Glasspiegel, ESPN has immediately decided to part ways with Pierce.
They have a social media policy and I doubt that Pierce will fight it because he made a lot of money as an NBA player, but it seems ESPN has kept racists on their payroll who did a lot more of Pierce being on the sauce with strippers.
Flip the pages for videos of Pierce’s stripper party, Paul Pierce’s message to ESPN and Twitter debating if he did anything wrong.