Found February 04, 2012 on
During the first quarter of the Celtics' 91-89 victory over the New York Knicks, Rajon Rondo passed the ball to Mickael Pietrus, hitting him in the head and knocking him over. I am sure this clip will make my end of the year blooper reel. In case you missed last season's blooper reel, you can watch it here. Thanks to Jesse Dampolo for sharing the video!
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“I was pretty critical last night, but realistically I haven’t touched a ball since (Jan. 18) because of the wrist,” said Rondo. “I’m a right-handed player, so I couldn’t shoot free throws. I beat...
Expecting anything but drama in this game would have been foolish as the Boston Celtics outlast the Knicks 91-89. This game was a nail-biter as the officials seemed to control the outcome all around. First Paul Pierce made a huge three pointer as the shot clock went off that ended up not counting, then Landry Fields air balled the go ahead three, next Pierce made...
Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo did not let his sprained right wrist hinder his responsibilites as a star athlete by signing autographs after practice Saturday. After the team's open practice session, he signed some items for a corporate sponsor even with the ailing wrist and the new facial injury acquired in Friday's game against the New York Knicks from a slap to the face...
When Rajon Rondo went down hard on a drive to the basket and injured his wrist against the Toronto Raptors a couple of weeks ago, the Celtics were on their way to ending a five game losing streak. At first, it didn't seem so bad, but the thoughts crept in: "If the C's struggled so much with him so far this season, what happens if he's out for an extended length...
Celtics guard Rajon Rondo is pretty good at passing the basketball but during last Friday night's game against the New York Knicks, he had some issues.Watch as he throws this pass to Mickael Pietrus which hits him right in the head:(Courtesy of Celtics Life)
Mickael Pietrus, E'Twaun Moore, JaJuan Johnson and Chris Wilcox hosted an interactive reading session and scavenger hunt through The Sports Museum at the TD Garden. The players led students through the museum and presented them with questions about Celtics history, with the students hunting down the answers in the museum, according to a news release. The event was part of Kia...
I meant to do Kevin Garnett justice with this piece.To describe everything he’s meant to the Celtics, taking them from irrelevant to champions in less than one year.To explain what he’s meant to me, a sophomore in college at the time Garnett was traded, a business major who started a blog for a class and never stopped blogging, mostly because writing about the Big Three was...
Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo is back in the starting lineup versus the New York Knicks on Friday after an eight-game absence due to a right wrist injury.
Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo returned to the lineup for Friday night's game against the New York Knicks after missing the previous eight games with a right wrist injury.
7:30 p.m.: He's back. Rondo will start against the Knicks, ending a two-week layoff due to a sprained wrist suffered Jan. 18 against the Raptors. That was also the last time the Celtics had their entire preseason projected starting lineup intact. The projected starters are below. Knicks Tyson Chandler Amare Stoudemire Carmelo Anthony Landry Fields Iman Shumpert Celtics Jermaine...
Yesterday, Rajon Rondo was still feeling the discomfort of a sprained wrist, plus swelling under his right eye from a clash with New York’s Iman Shumpert during the Celtics’ 91-89 win over the Knicks Friday. But what really pained Rondo were missed free throws and committing turnovers.
Tip: 8:00pm Court: TD Garden Watch it: ESPN Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Curtis Blair, Eric Dalen
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Record: 11-10 (2nd Atlantic, 7th East)
Record: 8014 (3rd Atlantic, 10th East)
At home: 7-6
On road: 4-7
The Boston Celtics destroyed the Memphis Grizzlies with a score of 98-70 . The Celtics dominated the game with impressive performances by Kevin Garnett (24 ppoints, 9 rebounds), Rajon Rondo (14 assists) and Paul Pierce (20 points).
The refreshing good news for the Celtics was the play of rookie JaJuan Johnson, who looked very solid in 22 minutes of action (10 points, 4 rebounds...
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