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For those of you who have never seen Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo's back tattoo, check out the below pics to be amazed with the rather large script double R's:
(Courtesy of Cosby Sweaters
and Vlad TV
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Rajon Rondo participated in the final game of UK's "Big Blue All-Stars" tour last night. His team fell to a "villains" team, that was coached by the anti-Wildcat, Christian Laettner. Rondo's steal in the final seconds of regulation helped his squad tie the game, but they eventually fell in OT 152-149. Rondo did have 21 points and 14 assists in the game...
Honestly, I always thought looking back at old photos is a pretty fun and trippy thing to do. Recently, someone uncovered Rajon Rondo's youth football photo and it is pretty cool:(Courtesy of Terez Owens)
With style Rajon Rondo led the Big Blue All Stars against the Villains at Rupp Arena in Kentucky. Finishing with 21 points, 14 assists, 2 steals, 2 rebounds and 1 block. Rondo even hit a few jumpers for good measure too.
I mentioned this a few days ago, but now that the barnstorming tour of Puerto Rico, London, China and Australia is a reality, it's looking like a few Celtics will be part of the fun.
Puerto Rican promoters had been waiting on signed agreements from 10 of the 18 players expected to play in the game, a $12,500 payment to begin the sale of tickets and evidence of a global television...
There were a bunch of dropouts announced yesterday including LeBron and his buddies 'Melo and Chris Paul, but Celtics KG, Pierce, and Rondo are all still planning on playing in the All-Star Classic. The first game will be played in Puerto Rico on Sunday.
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Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett could be starting their NBA regular season next week, but instead might participate in a six-game world tour with some of the game’s other superstars. (ESPN)Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard, Dwyane Wadeand Kevin Durant will headline the roster of 18 all-star players, sources said.The remaining 14 players will be announced Wednesday. LeBron...