All those numbers are telling me is that teams that push the break have more success. Teams that are slow, lethargic, and walk the ball up and let defenses set their defense every possession have trouble scoring reliably and have less bulk opportunities to score.
Rondo has Bass, Green, Sullinger, Lee, Bradley. The whole "HE HAS NO ONE TO RUN WITH" excuse is old and pretty stupid.
Rondo doesn't run because that requires too much effort and he doesn't give a **** until it's the playoffs or vs Miami or NY.