Originally posted on Celtics Life  |  Last updated 1/29/13
It seems like Doc Rivers will never have the team that he pictured having for the 2013 season. Even with all-star point man, Rajon Rondo running the show; it hasn't necessarily been panning out. One thing for sure Rondo's injury will prove once and for all, whether or not Avery Bradley has point guard skills. The Celtics need only to look at  the New England Patriots, Tom Brady and Drew Bledsoe situation for feedback.  Bledsoe had all the physical tools to be a great quaterback but the team would not follow his lead. I am not saying that this Celtic team does not embrace Rondo as its leader, but it is hard to assume the mantle while the incumbent (Paul Pierce) is still viewed as the man of the hour.  Brady just made it look easy and he had a coach who doesn't get bogged down in sentimentality when determining the teams' direction. Avery Bradley is no stranger to adversity, having started his NBA career on injured reserve and ending his breakout 2012 season in the same fashion. Y...
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