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The Boston Celtics have Monday off and will be in Chicago to take on the Bulls on Tuesday.
Their All-Star point guard has some interesting off-day plans, though. Rajon Rondo is out west on Alcatraz Island, just a short distance from San Fransisco.
Rondo is a well-known partner of Red Bull and now he is hosting a huge event for the energy drink company.
The "King of the Rock" competition is a one-on-one tournament featuring 64 basketball players from around the world. Rondo seems pretty excited to be a part of this event.
Right now! Jump on @bleacherreport to watch the @red Bull #KingoftheRock 1v1 tourney from Alcatraz:win.gs/kotrbleacher
— Rajon Rondo (@RajonRondo) December 17, 2012
The tournament is being broadcast live by CelticsLife's friends over at Bleacher Report. According to the site;
"The finals on Alcatraz follow a straightforward concept, where
players go head-to-head in raw outdoor basketball, using a
single-elimination tournament bracket. Ga...
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Nate Robinson bugged the **** out of me when he was with the Celtics with is ill-advised threes… but Doc Rivers always said he would occasionally win you a game. He did tonight for the Bulls, dropping 5 of 7 three pointers in a 100-89 Bulls win. To add to this craptastic effort, Joakim Noah dropped a triple double on the C’s...
To win in the NBA, it takes effort. The Boston Celtics did not bring enough effort, losing to the Chicago Bulls, 100-89.
The Celtics were able to keep things close through three quarters, but let things get away from them in the final frame.
There was just a supreme lack of defensive intensity all night, as the Bulls scored 24-plus points in all four quarters. The Bulls were quicker...
Boston Celtics (12-11) @ Chicago Bulls (13-10) 8:00 PM EST on CSNNE/CSN Chicago Line - Chicago -1.5; Over/Under = 181 Celtics Probable Starters PG – Rajon Rondo (12.7 APG + 12.9 PPG) SG – Jason Terry (11.7 PPG) SF – Paul Pierce (19.7 PPG + 5.4 RPG) PF – Brandon Bass (8.7 PPG) C – [...]
The Celtics dropped their second straight game, falling to the San Antonio Spurs 103-88. It was the second of back to back games and although the Celtics hung with the Spurs in the first half, they played from behind for much of the game and clearly ran out of gas in the second half and that's when the Spurs took advantage and raced out to a double digit lead.
Tip: 8PM Court: United Center Watch it: CSN Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Jason Phillips, Violet Palmer and Leon Wood
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On road: 4-7
At home: 7-6
Streak: Lost 2
Streak: Lost 1
Buckets: Pierce (19.7 ppg)
Buckets: Luol Deng (17.5 ppg)
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Boston Celtics (12-11) at Chicago Bulls (13-9)Tuesday, December 18, 20128:00 PM ET Game #24, Road Game #12TV: CSNNE, CSN-C, NBA-LP 758(C's)/759(Chi) Radio: WEEI, WMVP United Center
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