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Rondo is a solitary man

Posted by shawn cassidy on February 22, 2012 at 3:20 AM




In solitude Rondo remains, with absolutely nothing to gain, Rondo has dreams, dreams to remember. Perhaps in time he  will be strong. You see! Solitude is not Rondos'  favourite song.A solitary place, is not where he belongs.Read my lips and trace the lines on his  face. But social isolation seems to be a place of discomfort. Combined with social manipulation, seems to have Rondo on edge.



This isn't a journey of spiritual enlightenment for Rondo, maybe in the future is will serve some kind of emotion.As some people might say to his resentment. But in great loneliness of this magnitude that causes Rondo great grief.Rondo must find some self awareness in solitude.Rondo must find strength and pretend. He must act as if the trade rumors have no meaning. Rondo is in solitude with his teammates, and that might be the sadest part. Once the young player with the world at his feet, now he waits in fear for anything. 




ESPN

One person in the Nets organization who is not directly connected to negotiations with Williams offered his opinion on the star's intentions, saying he doesn't think there's any chance the guard stays with New Jersey. He also thought the team would be wise to come to grips with that and trade him before the March 15 deadline. If Williams is available, and you're the Celtics, don't you dust off the Chris Paul trade folder and go hard for him? You'd have to part with Rajon Rondo and someone else (Jermaine O'Neal fits neatly from a cap standpoint) to get the deal done. But it's worth it if you're the Celtics. 


How can Rondo trust anyone? Nobody seems to want Rondo anymore. They want someone who can score the rock, and what their sayin is someone with a jumper. It doesn't sometimes, because people want perfection from Rondo. He will miss jumpers, and that's apart of the game. So if he makes a few, and than misses one, why would you say he can shot the ball? I will say this, if Williams is offered to the Celtics, I do expect Danny to execute the deal. 

 

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Reply paul
9:24 AM on February 22, 2012 
Deron Williams ended his coach's career!!!!!!!!!!!! Wait, I thought we didn't like people with bad attitudes! And then he got himself traded, and now he's playing that game, so popular with today's hyped-up stars, of trying to pick the team he goes to. Notice how it's always someone else's fault, for Deron, that his team has failed to win a championship. SO THIS IS THE GUY WHOSE ATTITUDE WE PREFER OVER RONDO, who has been loyal to his team to a fault! BY VIRTUALLY EVERY SINGLE COMMENTATOR AND WRITER?!!! With Rondo's attitude invariably cited as the clinching reason for trading Rondo?! Williams scores seven more points a game than Rondo, but he also jacks up six more shots per game, at a significantly lower shooting percentage (49% to 41%). If one can assume that Rondo scores at least six more points a game if he takes six more shots per game, he's at 21ppg.
Does anyone really doubt that, unleashed, Rondo could effectively take more shots per game, possibly many more? Williams has much higher FT and 3pt percentages.

These people would have traded Bill Russell for Wilt Chamberlain. It would have been a 'no-brainer' to them.

I don't know how Rondo copes with it all right now.
Reply Franklin
10:34 AM on February 22, 2012 
Williams is no more than a leader than Rondo. Williams did kill the legendary coaches career. People are just quick to drop Rondo, because most people can't get over his jumper. Which hes improved on people. Trading Rondo, for Williams is a trap game. We don't know if Howard signs with the C's because of Willimas. I don't want Williams regardless.
Reply Perry S
10:36 AM on February 22, 2012 
Nice post, but I would be very interested with the trade, but he's not the leader, or players anyone thinks he is. I'm talking about Williams. If it brings us Howard I would give it some thought, but that's not a for sure thing.
Reply Celticslifer
10:41 AM on February 22, 2012 
Come on guys, lets think about it. Williams will have better career stats in points, and that's it. Rondo will bring you rings, with the right group of players. What if Howard is put off by teaming up with Rondo, because of the stupid media reports of his attitude?
Reply Franklin
10:42 AM on February 22, 2012 
Celticslifer says...
Come on guys, lets think about it. Williams will have better career stats in points, and that's it. Rondo will bring you rings, with the right group of players. What if Howard is put off by teaming up with Rondo, because of the stupid media reports of his attitude?



Never really thought about that! But even so, let Howard talk to Rondo, and all would be good.