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Rondo on the verge of catching Stockton

Posted by shawn cassidy on November 24, 2012 at 6:45 AM





Rondo had 16 assists against the Thunder Friday night, and it extended his streak to 36 games in a row of 10 or more assists. Time flows through spectrum's, and elements. Those elements feel like a ball being whipped across the court. The lucky receiver is Sully this time. 


Time shifts across millenniums, and within the eye of now each masterful brushstroke paints a landscape etched in visions. Rondo only had two turnovers in the win over the Thunder, and one of those came in the final seconds when Rondo ran the clock down. He was out shined by Paul (27points), and Green (17 points) in the win. But Rondo doesn't do what he does to catch the front page. He's always been about the win. The assists come so easy, because the yin to his yang is passing, and winning. 



I can’t begin to describe it, but  I’m addicted to a crisp Rondo pass. Delusional truth equals to inevitable lies. Are you going to tell me you don't want Rondo to break the streak?  We are made to see, made to feel, not necessarily  the truth. You saw what they  wanted you to see, alas, such ignorance was born into some. Enormous amount of pride filled my chest; unknowingly another plan was transpiring. Rondo can really be the best, and I mean the best passer we've ever seen.



Of course many of us want Rondo to win MVP, and  we want him to carry the Celtics to a championship. The championship is the top priority. But everything along the way to a title is the appetizer, and the dinner. The dessert does taste the sweetest.



Midnight was drawing near, and my eyes became weary. My mind floated off from reality, and  it went off into a place where anything was possible. I saw the Celtics carrying the trophy, and Rondo winning Finals MVP. Once my mind was fully there. I saw nothing but swaying trees before me. But I waited a second, and I believed in everything.




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4 Comments

Reply paul
8:22 AM on November 24, 2012 
I like the idea of Rondo as the finals MVP. Oh yes, that would be better than season MVP. On the offensive end, Rondo has shown us the consistency that was demanded of him, and more. We do need him to score more consistently. But what about on the defensive end? Westbrook went off. He's a hard player to stop. Impossible to some degree. But Rondo is a great defensive player. Hopefully this aspect of his game will grow as the season does. He may have been torched by Westbrook at times last night, but still his two steals in the fourth were the key point in the game.
Reply Franklin
10:04 AM on November 24, 2012 
paul says...
I like the idea of Rondo as the finals MVP. Oh yes, that would be better than season MVP. On the offensive end, Rondo has shown us the consistency that was demanded of him, and more. We do need him to score more consistently. But what about on the defensive end? Westbrook went off. He's a hard player to stop. Impossible to some degree. But Rondo is a great defensive player. Hopefully this aspect of his game will grow as the season does. He may have been torched by Westbrook at times last night, but still his two steals in the fourth were the key point in the game.

Their should be better stats on who guarded who. Rondo didn't guard Westbrook when he was going off. Plus the Celtics defense tried to trap him,and Rondo was doing what he was told by Doc. I think its the Celtics defense. Because Doc loves to have the guys trap,and do the help defense.
Reply Greg
11:41 AM on November 24, 2012 
I love when. Has great games,and others do out shine him. Its a test to how good he really is.
Reply paul
6:49 PM on November 24, 2012 
Franklin says...
Their should be better stats on who guarded who. Rondo didn't guard Westbrook when he was going off. Plus the Celtics defense tried to trap him,and Rondo was doing what he was told by Doc. I think its the Celtics defense. Because Doc loves to have the guys trap,and do the help defense.


I'm glad to hear about that, Franklin. I was wondering.