So is the main argument that we will be better on both ends now that Rondo's out? That's completely false.
I can see it defensively, but not offensively. If the argument is that Rondo holds the ball too much, can someone explain to me how he ends game with an average of 11 assists? Maybe we ought to fault the role players for not hitting shots they are supposed to hit (Bass and Lee, specifically)? Maybe we need to fault our sub-par rebounding for Rondo not being able to get out in transition?