As soon as it became clear that Rajon Rondo's season was over, Keyon Dooling's name popped up as a potential replacement for him on the roster. After all, Dooling is around the team consistently as a Player Development Coordinator, and it has been just seven and a half months since he last suited up for the Green. Dooling said immediately after the injury that he'd consider a comeback, but that he "wasn't in shape". Well Keyon, Doc Rivers has a request (per the Boston Globe's Gary Washburn).
Doc Rivers said Keyon Dooling coming back is a possibility and he has told Dooling to start getting in shape #celtics
— gary washburn (@GwashNBAGlobe) January 29, 2013
Dooling would certainly add leadership to the locker room, and no one doubts how hard he plays while on the court, but is he really the right choice?
Last season Dooling gave the team 4.0 points and 1.1 assists in just over 14 minutes per game, and he also played really well in Games 3 & 4 of ...