Found February 20, 2012 on
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Rajon Rondo was suspended two games by the NBA for throwing a ball at a referee after not getting a foul call in the third quarter of the Celtics-Pistons game Sunday. Rondo definitely was fouled by Greg Monroe so it’s easy to see why he was frustrated. Tossing the ball at the ref was unsportsmanlike, but a two-game suspension seems excessive. When you’re talking about a shortened season, two games is a lot. Maybe Rondo will appeal and bring it down to one. I honestly am surprised he was suspended at all, but it’s clear the NBA is working harder to protect referees against any form of player abuse.
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ESPN's Peter May thinks the Celtics should offer Rajon Rondo to the Nets for Deron Williams:
One person in the Nets organization who is not directly connected to negotiations with Williams offered his opinion on the star's intentions, saying he doesn't think there's any chance the guard stays with New Jersey. He also thought the team would be wise to come to grips...
Today is Rajon Rondo's 26th birthday. I'm declaring a moratorium on the BS surrounding this kid for a day.
Just as a matter of perspective: When Paul Pierce was 26, he was starting a season in which he'd shoot 40.2% (29.9% from 3). The kid is young, and there is room and time for him to improve.
To say Boston Celtics star Rajon Rondo on Sunday was frustrated is an understatement. The Celtics have been struggling this season and the players action is showing that. It a recent lost to a very bad by Detroit Pistons team Rondo lost his cool and got ejected. The Celtics loss the game 96-81. Giving the Celtics their 5 loss in their last 6.
Rondo loss his cool in the...
Saying something over and over does not make it so. "She loves me, she loves me not" doesn't really make him or her love you (or not), and no matter how often it is said, Rajon Rondo is not one of the top five point guards in the NBA. This is written with some hesitation, for a number of reasons. Foremost is, given the timing, it will seem like piling on when Rondo...
A short time before last night’s manhandling at the hands of the Dallas Mavericks in Big D, Rajon Rondo and the Celtics learned that he had been suspended for two games for tossing the ball at referee Sean Wright on Sunday night in Detroit. In that game, Rondo was upset when he felt that he [...]
With video: Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has been suspended two games without pay by the NBA for throwing a ball at an official during a game.
Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has been suspended for two games for throwing a ball at an official and striking him in the chest during Sunday's loss in Detroit, NBA executive vice president of basketball operations Stu Jackson announced Monday.
Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has been suspended two games without pay by the NBA for throwing a ball at an official during a game. Stu Jackson, the NBA's executive vice president for basketball operations, announced the suspension Monday, one day after Rondo received two technical fouls and was ejected late in the third quarter of Boston's 96-81 loss at the Detroit Pistons.
Rajon Rondo hasn't been having the greatest week of his career, but the Celtics point guard should be happy to hear that he is now the newest member of the Eastern Conference All-Star team. Rondo has been pegged to replace Atlanta Hawks shooting guard Joe Johnson in the upcoming all-star game in Orlando, according to various reports. Johnson will miss the game due to tendinitis...
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With the Boston Celtics losing six of their last seven games and falling back under .500 comes the inevitable call from anyone with an opinion to get rid of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, Rajon Rondo, the team trainer and the head of the public relations department.
The "blow the team up" rallies, which disappeared when the Celtics were on their winning streak...
DALLAS - Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey went to the free throw line Sunday night 15 times and scored 12 of his 16 points there. The Celtics attempted 15 free throws, and perhaps that was the source of some of Rajon Rondo’s frustration as he was ejected in the third quarter.