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.
Regardless of whether Rajon Rondo meant to bump referee Marc Davis in Game 1 against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday, he did bump Davis, and for that he deserved a suspension. Yes, there was some controversy about his bump. He may have ... Read Post
During the final minute of Sunday night’s game between the Boston Celtics and the Atlanta Hawks, Rajon Rondo, the Celtics’ star point guard, landed himself in hot water when he “chest bumped” the back of referee Marc Davis, apparent... Read Post