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#Celtics guard Rajon Rondo gave mostly short, glum answers to media after tonight's win. Perhaps it's just a case of Montezuma's revenge.
— Scott Souza (@scott_souza) December 6, 2012
The Boston point guard is getting some grief from the local media for his post game interview last night:
While I understand how it could be frustrating to have your questions answered in such a manner, it is pretty hilarious to watch. In particular his interaction with CSNNE's Jessica Camerato at the 30 second mark really cracked me up:
"How long did it take you to find your rhythm after being out the last two games?"
"Like two seconds."
"That's pretty quick... you time it?"
Hysterical. Thanks to WEEI's Ben Rohrbach for the clip.
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