Have you ever seen someone less enthused to enter into a professional basketball game? When "we want Paul!" started resonating throughout the Staples Center, Pierce looked like you or I do when we notice waiters starting to gather and head to our table during birthday dinners. His teammates were basically the friends that get an irrational amount of pleasure out of your embarrassment when the restaurant staff starts singing and draws the attention of every single patron to you. If that "oh my god, I fucking hate you guys" reaction wasn't a sign of someone just wanting their Hall Of Fame career to go silently into the night then I don't know what is.
Draymond may think that Paul Pierce isn't getting his own personal Farewell Tour because of a lack of love, but - considering the volume of the Clippers fans - it's pretty clear that he's just content being along for ride as opposed to making the ride all about himself. There's something to be said for having your accomplishments acknowledged without having to hoist up 50 shots in your finale to validate them. That's not necessarily a knock on Kobe because his last game was an awesome moment in sports, but so was Paul Pierce sheepishly sauntering into his final regular season game at the insistence of literally everyone else in the building.
P.S. Also, he's still got it...occasionally...