Rajon Rondo. From ugly duckling to beautiful swando. More trusty than my main man Tonto. Speed of lightning. Roar of thunder. Fighting all who rob or plunder. Rondodog! Rondodog!
Whatsamatta Binky? You got no Ticket? You don’t think you’re gonna hear the drummer get wicked? There’s no need to fear. Not with Rajon Rondo here.
Yesterday afternoon, Rajon Rondo scored thirty-two big points. A career high thirty-two points. All Rajon Rondo did yesterday afternoon was attack the basket. Like my main man Sun Tzu always says, “Invincibility lies in the defense; the possibility of victory in the attack.” Rajon Rondo attacked. Rajon Rondo gave the Celtics the possibility of victory.
Steve Nash never had a chance. Paul Pierce: “As Rondo goes, this team goes. If he plays as well as he’s playing, then there’s no way we can lose.” That’s the double truth, Ruth. He’s palying well. There’s no way these Celtics can lose. He and Sugar Ray Allen played historically well yesterday afternoon.
Just call them the Big Two. Rajon Rondo scored thirty-two. Ray Ray scored thirty-one. Big deal you say? Who cares you say? I say it was the first time that both of Boston’s starting guards both scored at least thirty points in the same game since back in ’77. Since Jo Jo White and Charlie Scott did it against the Warriors. I say even without Kevin Garnett these here Boston Celtics do not miss a beat. Roll Celtics, roll!
Happy Birthday Rajon!