Doc Rivers stock in Boston is plummeting. Kevin Garnett's isn't far
behind. Paul Pierce's future is sadly not really in his own hands, and Danny
Ainge might be on the verge of making a deal that could be a fireable
While all this is happening, there is one
member of the Boston Celtics organization who's stock appears to by
slowly turning around. If you look closely, you can see an arc appearing that will
help Rajon Rondo re-brand his image this summer.
By now we've experienced enough of Rondo to know he isn't the most pleasant human being on the basketball court. Even off the court, he has had issues with personality and maturity.
He's had problems with referees, whether bumping them or throwing balls at them. There is also the well-documented trouble with Ray Allen, which aided in some way Allen's departure to Miami.
Off the court there was the cameraman incident, which showed him at his worst behind the scenes.
The Kris Humphries fight he initiated for very l...