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posté Jun 7 2010 10:36AM

How much plus do toi have to see?

What else does Rajon Rondo have to do to convince toi to retire that Big Three stuff and recognize the Boston Celtics for who and what they are these days?

And that's Rondo's team.

If toi don't believe it, just sit back and examine his latest masterpiece.

Rondo's all-court brilliance in the Celtics' Game 2 win over the Los Angeles Lakers Sunday at Staples Center was as thorough as it was utterly spectacular. When it was over his 19 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists -- his fifth career playoff triple double and first in the Finals -- made...
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posted by Vitania
Rajon Pierre Rondo (born February 22, 1986) is an American professional basketball, basket-ball player who plays point guard for the Boston Celtics of the National basketball, basket-ball Association (NBA). Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Rondo attended Eastern High School and Oak colline Academy for his high-school basketball, basket-ball career, before receiving a scholarship from the université of Kentucky. He played for two years at Kentucky before declaring for the 2006 NBA Draft, represented par agent Bill Duffy.

During the draft, Rondo was selected 21st global, ensemble par the Phoenix Suns, and was subsequently traded to the Boston Celtics,...
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Remember that infamous scene in The Godfather following Don Corleone's death, that instantly propelled Michael to become the Godfather of the Mafia?

Well if toi don't, your missing out on a special movie. Fortunately for you, though, that exact scene has been reinvented, but this time in the form of Rajon Rondo and the Boston Celtics.

Two years ago, if toi were to tell me that Rajon Rondo would become one of the most recognized point guards in the game today, I would have laughed in your face with such intensity that anyone would have thought I had gone completely mad.

"There's no way Rajon Rondo...
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A couple of weeks ago, the jour after the Celtics won Game 2 of their series against the Cavs in Cleveland, I spent a couple of hours hanging out with Celtics PG Rajon Rondo. Doc Rivers had donné the Celts a jour off, but instead of me going up to Boston to see Rondo, I only had to travel as far as 57th rue here in Manhattan; with a jour to kill, Rondo had stopped in New York City for the jour to attend the premiere of Just Wright, in which he has a cameo.

I met up with Rondo in the lobby of the Four Seasons, where he was crashing for the day, and where he was hanging out post-lunch, rocking...
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BOSTON -- It is not enough for the Heat to take down the Celtics in this series, if that's possible. In the process, they must also take something from the Celtics, again, if that's possible.

Eliminating a team with two conference titles in three years is hard enough. Learning from that same team, the lessons of how to rule the East, and how to keep focused for 48 minutes, and how never to quiver in tough times and also ignoring pain? That might be harder.

The Celtics don't make it look simple, either way. From the pride of Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, the persistence of rayon, ray Allen and most...
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Rondo turns in one of playoff's greatest games


Posted May 9 2010 9:33PM

BOSTON -- When the Boston Celtics traded for Kevin Garnett and rayon, ray Allen in 2007, we all wondered what veteran they would bring in to play point guard, because there didn't seem to be any way Rajon Rondo, just a an removed from being selected 21st in a shallow draft and with just 25 NBA starts under his belt, was going to be able to run this team of future Hall of Famers.

Less than three years later, Rondo is his team's best player and the biggest reason they have a real chance at upsetting the Cleveland Cavaliers in this...
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