Found November 17, 2012 on
Doc talks Twinkies, Rondo, and playing an early afternoon game.
Video courtesy of Chris Forsberg.
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Probably the only connection for NBA fans to the bankruptcy of famed snack treat conglomerate Hostess is the many NBA aficionados who have enjoyed Twinkies from the comfort of their couches as basketball stars who are much more fit run the court.
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During the waning moment’s of yesterday’s lopsided loss to the Detroit Pistons, Doc Rivers told his team it was obviously going to lose. And then he encouraged his players to help Rajon Rondo in keeping his double-digit assists streak alive. (CSNNE)“Why not? You guys keep talking about it, so I figured give him a shot at it.”“When I called a time-out,” Rivers recalled...
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Like us on Facebook Celtics Daily Links for Saturday, November 17 Boston.com Doc Rivers: Rajon Rondo will play vs. Raptors Saturday Rondo will play today. He sprained his ankle while attempting a layup Wednesday against Utah. He did not play against the Nets and Leandro Barbosa started in his place. Boston Herald Rondo cleared to [...]
It’s an early game for the Celtics and everyone is pretty exhausted having to wake up early on a Saturday morning. When Doc Rivers came out of the locker room for his pre-game press conference, he looked around and joked, *******! You guys are still here?” Then he got down to business, declaring Rajon Rondo [...]
BOSTON -- Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers was asked after Saturday's game against the Toronto Raptors to explain point guard Rajon Rondo's floor game. "I can't. It's an offense in itself," River said after Rondo returned from a one-game absence (a loss at the Brooklyn Nets) with an ankle injury. "We've always said that about him. We have an offense...