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Sharp passes aren’t the only things Celtics players Rajon Rondo and Jared Sullinger were dishing out this Thanksgiving. The pair made their way to the Jordan Boys & Girls Club in Chelsea, Mass., to celebrate a holiday treat. The Boston Celtics’ charity, the Shamrock Foundation, made a gift of musical resources to the local children. Rondo and Sullinger jumped right in and tried out some of the gifts, including guitars, music editing programs and virtual music games, and Rondo put quite the beating on his Celtics counterpart, demolishing the Boston rookie in a friendly music game. But both agreed that the bigger winner on the day was the children, who will have access to music that few kids their age get to enjoy. Check out the video above to see more about the gift and what Rondo and Sullinger had to say about the special day on NESN Daily.
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He braced for the worst – Garnett yelling at him, Garnett embarrassing him, Garnett cussing him out like only Garnett can.
“I was just mentally being prepared to not cry on the bench,” Sullinger said.
Turns out, Sullinger hasn’t cried (at least that he has admitted publicly), and the experience has been rewarding for him after his two years at Ohio State.
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The fine folks at Dime Magazine sent me this video of their interview with Rajon Rondo as he talks sneakers. If it looks like Rondo has a new pair of kicks on almost every game it's because he does. He says he wears his shoes a max of two games (and then gives them to fans).
While you are digesting your Thanksgiving turkey, enjoy some of the bright spots of the game yesterday. Rajon Rondo dropped 22 points and 15 assists and almost brought the Celtics back, as the Celtics lost 112-102.
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For those who like watching records fall or just enjoy following stats, their eyes are surely following the box scores of Rajon Rondo as he approaches the all-time record for consecutive games with 10 or more assists.
Rondo logged 15 assists against the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday, giving him 35 games in a row with double-digit dimes, just two behind John Stockton...
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Saying "best win of the season" is cliche. But so far, this was absolutely the best win of the season. The Celtics beat the Thunder 108-100, in a game that was hardly in doubt in the final quarter. The Celtics were led by Paul Pierce who was absolutely on fire, putting up 27 points on 8-16 shooting, and of course...
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Rajon Rondo resumes his spectacular point guard play recording his 35th consecutive game with 10 or more assists–two shy of John Stockton and 11 shy of Magic Johnson for the NBA all-time assist record. Aside from Rondo’s quest, the Celtics struggle to gain momentum early in the 2012-13 season losing back-to-back contests to the Detroit Pistons...
Rajon Rondo and Doc Rivers meet the press following the Celtics Wednesday night loss to the Spurs.
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IamJeffreyJason is back with more Celtkicks “spotlight” photos. These pics feature kicks rocked by Truth, Rajon Rondo, KG & Jason Terry.
KG is seen in the highly anticipated Anta “KG3″, Rondo, in the upcoming Nike Foamposite “Stealth”, as well as the controversial Nike “Air Max 360 BB low”.
Jason Terry rocks a very dope colorway of the Reebok “Sublite ProRise”...
I just got back from an 8-hour drive this Saturday with only one thing on my mind…except for a couple X-rated things. I just wanted to sit on my couch, watch the Celtics play the not so exciting Raptors. Why would I be so enthralled over one lousy regular season game? The answer has two words. RAJON RONDOOOOOOO. Man, I haven’t been so excited over a player on the Celtics since...
The San Antonio Spurs (8-2) will visit the TD Garden tonight as they will face off against the Boston Celtics (6-5) in Boston.
The Spurs are coming off an loss to the Clippers described as "embarrassing" by head coach Gregg Popovich while the Celtics are coming off a big loss to the Pistons, however, Boston has not played since Sunday and will be fresh for this game...
On Friday night the Celtics matched up against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The team brought their three time scoring champion, Kevin Durant and old Celtic fan favorite Kendrick Perkins. The Celtics looked to battle to stay above .500 and did just that, finishing the week on a strong point with a win 108-100.
The team opened up strong in the first half shooting 52.4% from the field...
Tip: 7:30 PM Court: TD Garden Watch it: CSN Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Derrick Stafford, Eric Lewis and Derek Richardson
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At Home: 3-3
On Road: 3-1
Streak: Lost 2
Streak: Won 3
Buckets: Pierce (19.3 ppg)
Buckets: Kevin Durant (25.4 ppg)
This just in: the Spurs are REALLY good. Between their incredible chemistry and remarkable passing, it was just too much for the Celtics to handle. Whether it was the FIFTY EIGHT points inside the paint or the 8-of-16 shooting from downtown, the Spurs just showed the Celtics what a title contender looks like a 112-100 loss. Thiago Splitter led the way with 23 points on 9-of -11...