Found January 20, 2012 on
Well this move is a win win for everyone. It's a win for Westbrook who now makes just as much as Durant, a win for Sam Presti who gets to sign Harden and Ibaka and a win for Danny Ainge who signed Rajon Rondo to the best discount in the league.
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Via Boston Globe:Rajon Rondo participated in the Celtics’ shootaround this morning and said he expects to play after an MRI on his right wrist was negative, revealing just a sprain. Rondo wore a splint on the wrist and said he’s been spending the past several hours in treatment.“That’s the plan,” Rondo said when asked if he was going to play. “It’s OK. It gets better...
Remember that loose ball Rajon Rondo decided to not let go out-of-bounds without a fight against the Miami Heat last year in the playoffs? Probably not, but the league decided go make that hustle moment part of their new “BIG” ad campaign anyway. Combined with a Primus soundtrack and simple text overlaying the action, I’d say the league has another winner.
Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers says point guard Rajon Rondo will sit out Friday night's game against Phoenix because of a sore right wrist.
Rondo was injured Wednesday night when he took a hard foul from Toronto's Linas Kleiza while going to the basket. An MRI was negative.
Rivers says Rondo is hoping to be back for Sunday's game against the Washington Wizards. But...
You don’t trade away a Larry Bird. I’m sorry but that’s justludicrous. You don’t trade Larry Legend under any circumstances just like youwould never trade a Michael Jordan, a Tim Duncan or a Magic Johnson. Danny Ainge’s statement that he would have traded Larry Birdshows us why Red Auerbach was so much more successful over his career asgeneral manager of the Boston Celtics...
Danny Ainge does not want a repeat of the drought after the Boston Celtics' original Big Three fizzled, and he's reportedly willing to break up his current star trio to ensure that.
WALTHAM - Rajon Rondo was in an unfamiliar spot during yesterday's Celtics practice.
As the first and second...
Rajon Rondo scored 13 of his 21 points in the first quarter and the Boston Celtics ended a five-game losing streak with a 96-73 win over the reeling Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night.