You'd figure that without Rajon Rondo in Game 2, the Boston Celtics' defense would be under hard pressure from the Atlanta Hawks' talented backcourt. Instead, the Celtics held the Hawks to 35 percent shooting and 80 points in 90 possessions. Jeff Teague and Joe Johnson, the aforementioned talented backcourt, combined to shoot 13-35 from the floor. Atlanta as a whole shot just 48 percent at the rim as Kevin Garnett disrupted everything that came within his sphere of influence in 40 minutes of tremendous play.
Boston Celtics shooting guard Ray Allen has been battling painful bone spurs in his ankle that kept him out of the team's Game 2 loss against the Atlanta Hawks. Whether he plays or not in Game 2, though, point guard Rajon Rondo's su... Read Post
Paul Pierce battled through another tough shooting night to score 36 points and the Boston Celtics wiped out Atlanta’s 11-point lead in the second half even without Rajon Rondo, stunning the Hawks 87-80 on Tuesday in Game 2 of the E... Read Post
The NBA mechanism moving around Boston Celtics star Rajon Rondo has never been a quiet one, with trade talks taking the place of regularly scheduled programming on a continuous loop since the summer of 2007. The player himself has o... Read Post