Originally posted on MyTeamRivals.com  |  Last updated 11/3/12
Everyone in and around the NBA is prepared to admit that Boston Celtic point guard Rajon Rondo is good. How good, or even great, is a matter of considerable debate. Celtics101 has always been firm in our support of Rondo, but opinion on the polarizing point man is divided even amongst Celtic fans. However one of the main reasons that 101 has always come down on Rondo’s side is this – great players improve every year, and whatever Rondo’s other faults there is no doubt that he has improved in each and every one of his six seasons. Now entering his seventh year as a pro it appears that trend will continue given that Rondo unveiled a new move in Boston’s opening night loss to the Miami Heat. Most NBA fans are familiar with Rondo’s signature move. He first pulled it out in the 2010 playoffs, but he really started making consistent use of it last year when he was on the floor with two big men who could shoot – Kevin Garnett and Brandon Bass. Typically Rondo will come around a screen set ...
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