Lakers vs. Celtics, Game 4: Boston Needs a Colossal Rebound From Rajon Rondo

June 9th, 2010 by Jonathan Mathis Leave a reply »

My thoughts, upon watching an emerging point guard blossom and glow on basketball’s biggest stage, is that Rajon Rondo proved to the critics that much of the illusive chronicles heard about his inconsistent shooting and useless semblance was misguided and inaccurate.

Without allowing him a moment to breathe and alleviate the burdens and pressure in a premature transition to the pros, he announced that he’d forgo his sophomore season at Kentucky for an early upstart in the NBA.

You might recall critics, following his brief collegiate career, denouncing and blasting Rondo, who was viewed as a substandard prospect.

You might recall critics assuming that he was an inefficient shooter and blamed for the blemishes and failures at Kentucky, a demanding and elite program in collegiate sports.

There were points, such as four years ago, when the emerging point guard and floor ge ...

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