After a 83-74 Game One loss to the Atlanta Hawks, the Boston Celtics could be facing much bigger problems with the potential suspension of Rajon Rondo for Game 2. Rondo was ejected from the game for bumping referee Marc Davis after a tough call with 41 seconds left in a four point game. Generally, the league does not take kindly to contact between players and referees and may want to make an example out of Rajon Rondo.
The Boston Celtics will look to rebound from a rough first year under rookie head coach Brad Stevens, as they go into this NBA season with a healthy Rajon Rondo. Can the Celtics make their way up the Eastern Conference standings? Ho... Read Post
Rajon Rondo could be facing a suspension after making contact with official Marc Davis in the final minute of the Celtics’ 83-74 loss to the Atlanta Hawks Sunday night. Rondo had been suspended for two games after being ejected for ... Read Post