Here at CBS Boston, we like to call this the PITA Principle. That’s P-I-T-A … as in Pain In The Arse.
“The reality is Rondo’s run with the Mavs is extremely unlikely to extend past this season,” McMahon wrote.
The Dallas Mavericks rallied Tuesday night for a win over the Toronto Raptors, but did so without point guard Rajon Rondo.
The Celtics didn’t think Rondo would re-sign with them this offseason, so Danny Ainge shipped him off to Dallas. Ainge also isn’t making much of Rondo’s defense quote from last week.
This isn’t just the return of Rajon Rondo. It’s the end of the era. The last goodbye.
Celtics assistant coach Walter McCarty joined The Adam Jones Show for Monday night’s Celtics @ 7, discussing the Rajon Rondo trade and how the team’s young players are responding to the deal.
As the Celtics progress to the next stage of their rebuild, it is crucial that the team figures out what they have in Smart.
With the Rajon Rondo trade still just hours old, Sports Illustrated’s Chris Mannix joined Toucher & Rich to break down the trade and what it means for both sides.
Sean Grande had a front row seat for Rajon Rondo’s 8 1/2 years on the Boston Celtics, a ride that had plenty of ups and downs.
After years of rumors and speculation, the Boston Celtics have traded point guard Rajon Rondo.