When the Boston Celtics lost Rajon Rondo for the season the expectations for the Boys from Bean Town became a lot lower. Losing such an integral part of their offense was thought to be too much for them to overcome.
Then they went on a seven game winning streak and moved into the No. 7 spot in the Eastern Conference. With the Charlotte Bobcats on deck that winning streak was almost guaranteed to go hit eight in a row.
As bad as the Bobcat are they do have some talented players on their roster that are capable of playing some tremendous basketball. The only problem is that they are young and raw with a long way to go before they can be a consistent competitor.
Their game against the Celtics Monday night was one where everything came together. Byron Mullens was a man possessed for the Bobcats scoring 25 points and pulling down 18 boards. Kemba Walker had 18 and Ramon Session had 19 including the go-ahead shot with 25.7 second to go.
Just in case losing to the ...