Found May 08, 2012 on Celtics Life:
PLAYERS: Sasha Pavlovic
TEAMS: Boston Celtics
How did I miss this video? It's one of the best interviews of all time (And no Zang not because Rondo is shirtless). Doc has said more than once that Rondo is the smartest player he's ever coached. Rondo's high praise for Sasha proves it.
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