Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo made his debut on the broadcast desk on Monday night, calling the first half of Boston’s loss to the Chicago Bulls.
Earlier this month, Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo helped one fan’s wish came true.
Danny Ainge loves Rajon Rondo both on and off the court, and doesn’t think the point guard is misunderstood. Really, Rondo is just messing with us all.
It hasn’t been an easy first season for Brad Stevens, but the Celtics head coach has enjoyed watching Rajon Rondo, and thinks the point guard can get even better.
For the first time in seven seasons, the Celtics won’t be getting a true taste of the postseason. But over the next few days, Brad Stevens and his young players will get a sample of what a playoff series might feel like.
Rondo will join CSNNE’s play-by-play man Mike Gorman and provide color commentary for the first quarter of the Bulls game in what should be an entertaining pairing for fans.
It’s going to take a lot more than stitches to keep Rajon Rondo out of a game.
The Celtics have lost six of seven games following Friday’s defeat in Brooklyn. Not lost in the lackluster performances of late has been the play of Avery Bradley and Rajon Rondo.
The C’s have displayed optimum effort on a night in, night out basis all season long, and the coach just hopes everyone is taking notice.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Thursday, March 20.