Rajon Rondo suspended one game by NBA
The Celtics barely showed up against Atlanta scoring just 74 points and now could be without point guard Rajon Rondo after he was ejected for bumping an official. The thought that San Antonio is the best team now in the playoffs was not disproved by
The latest Rajon Rondo drama could be bad news for the Celtics — the more these off-court distractions keep piling up, the more you have to worry.
Word on Rajon Rondo's possible suspension for Game 2 of the Boston Celtics/Atlanta Hawks first round series has yet to come down, but if David Stern's comments today should serve as any indication, you probably shouldn't
Keyon Dooling and Avery Bradley will probably start in the backcourt in game three for Boston.
Boston's Rajon Rondo has been suspended one game for bumping an official. Head coach Doc Rivers also said he didn't expect Ray Allen (ankle) to be able to go for Game 2. Atlanta leads the series 1-0 and opened a 3.5-point favorite with a total of 174