Boston Celtics’ Rajon Rondo Providing Only Drama in NBA Semifinals

May 12th, 2010 by Hotnuke Leave a reply »

Drama has been relatively absent in three of the four semifinal matchups in the NBA this postseason.


The Phoenix Suns dispatched of the San Antonio Spurs in four straight games, seemingly with as much effort as it took Mike Tyson to lay out Trevor Berbick in the second round of their November 22, 1986 fight that garnered him the WBC championship belt—his first.


The Orlando Magic had an even easier time ousting the young Atlanta Hawks, who were thought to have an outside shot at winning the series, blowing them out in all four games by an average of 26 points to send Josh Smith and Joe Johnson home early.


The Utah Jazz almost looked like they were about to challenge the Los Angeles Lakers in Game Three, before falling to the dagger Derek Fis ...

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