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Point guard Rajon Rondo started the Boston Celtics' opener against the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night - less than five weeks after breaking a bone in his left hand. On Boston's first possession, he brought the ball down the court, dribbling with both hands, before driving into the lane and throwing a pass that went through Avery Bradley's hands. Minutes earlier, coach Brad Stevens told ...
BOSTON — You've got to hand it to Rajon Rondo. Give Rondo a hand. Rondo sure comes in handy, doesn't he? Rondo had the Celtics eating out of his hand. OK, enough of the hand jokes. But Rondo's impressive return from a fractured bone in his left hand was no laughing matter for the Brooklyn Nets.
The percentages were apparently with Rajon Rondo tonight. Two days after saying his availability for the season opener was 79 percent, and a day after upgrading himself to 83 percent, the Celtics point guard will start tonight despite having hand surgery on Sept. 25.
Rajon Rondo may be a rich and famous NBA athlete, but it appears he relies on public transportation just like the rest of us.
Rajon Rondo made sure old friend Kevin Garnett got the chance to see Gino this time around after the Celtics dominated KG and his Brooklyn Nets teammates all over the floor in a 121-105 blowout win.
For starters, Rajon Rondo and Larry Bird are different people. Ummm, nope. pic.twitter.com/knSPEREmUA — Seth Pollack (@sethpo) October 30, 2014 1. That is not Rajon Rondo. That is Larry Bird. That is not PJ Tucker. That is Jeff Hornacek. 2. None of these players averaged 30 points per game and five assists in any of the seasons listed. Not Larry Bird, not LeBron, not Rajon Rondo, not Jeff ...
Let's hope Rajon Rondo has a good night's sleep. Rajon Rondo did not play a single minute in the preseason as he recovers from a broken hand, but the Boston Celtics star just might be in the lineup on opening night. It all depends on how his nap goes. Rondo told reporters he's a 'nap-time' decision for Wednesday's game against the Brooklyn Nets . A day after saying there was a '79 percent ...
If Brad Stevens needed an indicator as to Rajon Rondo’s health heading into opening night, he got it last Friday. “He absolutely destroyed our team on Friday in practice,” Stevens joked after the Celtics took apart the Brooklyn Nets, 121-105, last night at the Garden. “I thought it was really great until I watched the film and thought our team stunk, as far as in that practice.”
Coach Brad Stevens informed reporters in his pregame media session that Rajon Rondo would play and start in tonights opener against the Brooklyn Nets.
The four-time All-Star stays resolutely himself.
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