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Offline CelticsElite

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vvcbMNJQVbI

Historic play that many of us remember basically rondo breaking out into a star

Re: 7 years ago to the day: Rondo dives for the ball against Orlando
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Rondo is one of the most entertaining players of all time.

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Never bring up 2010 again on this forum.

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Offline the TRUTH

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Feels like my opinion on this is in the minority, but Rondo will always be one of my favorite Celtics ever. His one-armed performance against the Heat in 2011 was unbelievable, and he was the best player in several playoff series that featured players that got a lot more publicity than he did. The moment documented in the OP was another great one for Rondo.

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Feels like my opinion on this is in the minority, but Rondo will always be one of my favorite Celtics ever. His one-armed performance against the Heat in 2011 was unbelievable, and he was the best player in several playoff series that featured players that got a lot more publicity than he did. The moment documented in the OP was another great one for Rondo.

I miss Rondo. Watching him destroy us in the first two games reminded me what a real point guard is. Always a lightning rod, you either love him or hate him.  I think his play has always been undervalued on Cetlicsblog, but people  that play with him and against him understand- what kind of player and teammate he is.  Bet Lebron would prefer Rondo to DWill.
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