In my last article evaluating Rajon Rondo, I said that he has improved every year with the Celtics, including this season. Well, the opposite is true for Ray Allen. While Rondo's game has been on an upward swing through the past five years, Ray's has been on a slow, downward spiral. We can't necessarily blame Ray for this. It makes sense that Rondo, who is hitting his prime, would improve.
Ray Allen and the Boston Celtics are having a great season. That fact was recognized when Allen, along with teammates Rajon Rondo, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, were chosen to represent the Eastern Conference in the All-Star game. ... Read Post
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