Miami Heat & Rajon Rondo
The Miami Heat is a professional basketball team based in Miami, Florida, United States. Rajon Pierre Rondo (born February 22, 1986) is an American professional basketball point guard with the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association (NBA). /5
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Rajon Rondo literally went at the Miami Heat EVERY GAME. He hated them so much lol. I did too.
Rajon Rondo's epic 44 point game vs the Miami Heat in the 2012 ECF Rondo played all 53 minutes of the game as he hit his career high in points. Rondo's Statline - 44 points, 10 assists, 8 rebounds & 3 Steals, and People say Rondo can't shoot. -TDot
The OKC Thunder must hope that tonight's blowout home loss against the Miami Heat was an aberration and not a sign of things to come. Fair or not if the Thunder struggles the blame will squarely fall on Russell Westbrook. The team was winning in dominant fashion when he was out. If he curtails the scoring just slightly in favor of increased assists and better defense the Thunder might be the favorite to come out of the West. IF the Thunder lose in the 1st or 2nd Round I think there might be a real possibility the organization considers trading Westbrook. Perhaps the thinking might be the team doesn't need a scoring point but a more traditional floor leader...like a Rajon Rondo. But you never know...the last time the Thunder traded with Boston they got duped into picking up Kendrick Perkins who just might be the WORST starting center in the NBA.
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Rajon Rondo was simply speaking the truth when he remarked last week that, despite the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat no longer being rivals, "I still don't like those guys."
Brad Stevens says Rajon Rondo will likely play a few more minutes tonight against the Miami Heat.
Rajon Rondo on the Miami "It's not a rivalry (anymore) but I still don't like those guys."
Rajon Rondo: I will never play for the Miami Heat - NBA News | Fox Sports on MSN via
Kobe Bryant want to win his 6th NBA to honor his Career life with Los Angeles Lakers because Kobe Bryant is Basketball Universe in the World with Lebron King James in the Miami Heat after in the Los Angeles Lakers during next 2014-2015 NBA season! But now we need and we love Dwight Howard stay to getting his chance win NBA title only the Los Angeles Lakers with Mike D'Antoni but most important we want Phil Jackson come back during the Summer with The Los Angeles Lakers above all we ask to our L.A Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak to meet quicklyness Josh Smith Chris Paul or Rajon Rondo with their Agent to speaks and to sign two between about them in The Los Angeles Lakers 2013-2014 NBA World Champions who like my share and my comment?
Who saw the draft for NBA last night? Alot of trades go into mixing things up. I can already tell that 2014-2015 season going to be interesting. Three teams I'm rooting for is Boston Celtics for having rajon rondo and Kris Humphries on the Celtics now Brooklyn nets for having Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. But first and foremost my beloved two time champions the Miami Heat.
Miami Heat have it so easy. No Dwight Howard, Rajon Rondo, Andre Iguodala, Andrew Bynum, Kevin Garnett, Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah to vs.
Open Season It's midway into the season and NBA teams already have an idea on what – or rather, who – could bring them all the way to the Finals. Aside from established stars like Pau Gasol and Josh Smith, a handful of quality players are reportedly on the trading block, making the second half of the season more exciting than ever. Here's a rundown of players who may – or may not – find themselves in a new city before the trade deadline on Feb. 21. The open season is here – and it's going to be one *** of a ride. 10. Jason Terry The fall of Rajon Rondo to a season-ending ACL injury and Jared Sullinger to back problems are expected to turn Boston into one of the busiest teams by midnight of Feb 20. Aside from slashing their payroll to avoid paying luxury tax, the Celtics are in dire need of a playmaker who can carry them past the Miami Heat and the New York Knicks in the playoffs. According to CBS Sports, the veteran gunner and his $15.6 million contract in the next three years could be moved so ...
Celtics' Rondo tears right ACL; season over BOSTON (AP) -- Boston Celtics star point guard Rajon Rondo will miss the rest of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. The news came during Boston's 100-98 double-overtime win over the Miami Heat on Sunday in which Ray Allen returned to his old home court for the first time. ''New guys are going to get an opportunity now,'' Boston forwardPaul Pierce said. ''These guys haven't had a chance to really showcase what they can do.'' For the past five seasons, Pierce, Allen and Kevin Garnett made up the Big Three. After Allen signed with the Heat as a free agent in the offseason, Rondo joined that group - and became the team leader with his ability to run the offense. He was chosen as the starting point guard for the Eastern Conference in the All-Star Game in Houston on Feb. 17. Now the Celtics hope he can be ready for the start of next season. ''How far is that?'' coach Doc Rivers said, ''I don't even know how long that is. Eight months? ...
The Boston Celtics were without Rajon Rondo on Sunday vs. the Miami Heat
Boston Celtics beat the Miami Heat in 2OT without Rajon Rondo!
Some weird sports stories out there...Lolo Jones wins a gold medal...in bobsledding (I thought she ran for a living?)...Celtics beat defending champs Miami Heat and then find out they lose their best player, Rajon Rondo for the season with a torn ACL...President Obama worries about football player's safety (guess that's more important than improving the crappy economy)...and some guy named Tiger Woods is leading a tournament and looks like he will win...strange indeed.
I know David Stern wants to help the Miami Heat win but he didn't have to tear Rajon Rondo's ACL - Skip Bayless
KOBE LEADS VOTING Guard Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers, which is the leading scorer so far this season, has the support of the fans who gave the most votes for the 62nd All-Star Game. Bryant, who this season and managed to reach the 30,000 points as a professional, received 977,444 votes and in the second count that made the NBA to elect the respective holders teams in the Eastern Conference and Western. The Lebron James of the Miami Heat, was second in receiving 970,314 votes. Along with Bryant in the Western Conference followed by forward Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder (924,898 votes), while Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks (891 759) is the runner-up to James in the East . James, Anthony and Kevin Garnett (328,716) of the Boston Celtics, are chosen by the fans for the eaves and power forward positions, respectively. While Dwyane Wade, the Heat, received 645,875 votes and Rajon Rondo, the Celtics came to 574,272, which became the basis escort and holders, respectively. Among the highest rated ...
Wow guys I got a whole lot of games for you right now, not gonna lie it took me a good while to write all of this out. The bigger game of the night was between the Mavs and the Celtics. The game went to double overtime as the Mavericks were fighting hard to stay in the game with their 28 turnovers. The Celtics finished on top but it was an exciting one. I got the score and stats to that game and all the other that are final right here: Boston Celtics 117- Dallas Mavericks 115 2OT Boston Celtics (12-9): Paul Pierce- 34 pts, 6 rebs, 3 ast, 4 stl Rajon Rondo- 16 pts, 9 rebs, 15 ast, 3 stl, 1 blk Kevin Garnett- 16 pts, 5 rebs, 2 ast, 2 stl, 1 blk Dallas Mavericks (11-11): O.J. Mayo- 24 pts, 6 rebs, 3 ast, 2 stl Darren Collison- 20 pts, 5 rebs, 6 ast, 3 stl Shawn Marion- 16 pts, 11 rebs, 7 ast, 2 blks _ Golden State Warriors 97- Miami Heat 95 Golden State Warriors (15-7): Klay Thompson- 27 pts, 7 rebs, 4 ast, 2 stl, 1 blk David Lee- 22 pts, 13 rebs, 2 ast Jarrett JAck- 20 pts, 4 rebs, 4 ast, 1 stl Miami Heat ( ...
Ok, here's my "Pointless thing I did in a video game today but really wish it was reality" of the day. Took the Miami Heat on NBA 2K13 and traded for Rajon Rondo and Tim Duncan. Current starting lineup. Rajon Rondo-PG Ray Allen-SG Dwayne Wade-SF Lebron James-PF Tim Duncan-C
WALTHAM -- Asked repeatedly after Boston Celtics practice on Thursday about his late flagrant foul against the Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade who called it "a punk play," Rajon Rondo relented. "I don't think it was a hard foul," said Rondo. He sold it a
I'm not a fan of either the Miami Heat or Boston Celtics.. But, I feel like Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett are a bunch of b* for snubbing my man Ray Allen aka Jesus Shuttlesworth last night...
The Boston Celtics trail the Miami Heat by eight points at halftime. Rajon Rondo has eight assists and Paul Pierce leads the Celtics with 16 points.
Ray Allen's departure from the Boston Celtics to join the Miami Heat continues to be a sensitive subject for the three-point marksman. With rumors of his departure stemming from his tentative relationship with former teammate Rajon Rondo, Allen recently attempted to put those claims to bed.
The cliche storyline of why people don't like the Miami Heat is that the Heat are a collection of big names that banded together to co-opt a championship at the expense of a true team. Ray Allen is helping that narrative pretty well. Allen, who was at first docile in his comments about why he left a...
Now a member of the Miami Heat, Ray Allen is shedding some light on how his rift with Rajon Rondo may have developed.
Rajon Rondo, the Celtics’ point guard, crashes to the floor in the third quarter of a do-or-die playoff game with the Miami Heat in 2011. He dislocates his elbow, but returns to play the fourth quarter, with his left arm hanging limply at his side. The example set by stars such as Rondo trickles dow...
This is Why I rock with Kevin Garnett!!! Kevin Garnett Doesn’t Speak to Ray Allen Anymore Remember how thrilled Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen were back in 2008 when they joined forces? Yeah, well, things change. With Allen now a member of the hated Miami Heat, KG no longer communicates with his former teammate. Per CSNNE: “I don’t have Ray’s number anymore,’ Garnett said. ‘I’m not trying to communicate with him.’ Allen left a reportedly more lucrative deal with the Celtics to join their rivals in the Miami Heat. Reports of Allen’s unhappiness with his role on the team are well documented, and it obviously didn’t sit well with Garnett, who is extremely close with guard Rajon Rondo — a player that Allen had issues with at times. Garnett did ‘wish Ray the best’”.
Miami Heat make second trade of the season with rival Boston Celtics and aquire all star PG Rajon Rondo
Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics points in the fourth quarter while taking on the Miami Heat in Game Seven of the Eastern Conference Finals in the 2012 NBA Playoffs on June 9, 2012 at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloa...
Rajon Rondo against the Miami Heat in 2010-2011 Season
When Ray Allen left Boston to join the Miami Heat, many fans pointed at the veteran's locker room rift with Rajon Rondo. But Doc Rivers isn't ready to place any blame on Rondo. Instead, Rivers is shouldering the blame himself, because he understands that he was the one who made the decisions that ev...
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Rajon Rondo may have assisted Miami Heat in landing Ray Allen -
Ray Allen leaving the Boston Celtics for the Miami Heat ends the "Big Three," but Rajon Rondo was always the straw that stirred the drink.
Rajon Rondo's remarkable but ultimately wasted performance against the Miami Heat is like William Wallace's glorious defeat in 'The Scottish Chiefs.'
To the dismay of Celtics fans, Ray Allen has agreed to a 3-year $9.7 million dollar contract with the Miami Heat. One may ask, “Why would he take less money to go to Miami when he could have stayed in Boston with a 2-year $12 million dollar deal?” A lot of possible factors have been presented, like ...
Part of the reason that free-agent guard Ray Allen opted for less money to sign with the Miami Heat on Friday was because of a reported "rift" with some members in …
Allen told the Miami Heat on Friday night that he intends to accept their contract offer and leave Boston after five seasons, even though the Celtics could pay him about twice as much as the reigning NBA champions will be able to next season. Miami could only offer Allen the mini mid-level, worth ab...
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - He was perhaps their biggest thorn when the Miami Heat played the Boston Celtics the past few seasons. Ultimately, Celtics guard Rajon Rondo could have played the biggest part in the Heat landing 3-point shooter Ray Allen. Multiple reports suggested a soured relationship betw...
uuugh Im so sad I just heard Ray Allen signed with the Miami Heat all Ive been saying this whole season is that I wished that Rajon Rondo would get on with the Heat that would be my Dream Team!!! bo lol
Ray Allen joins Miami Heat. This will be the strongest team ever.
Friday evening, veteran shooting guard and future Hall of Famer Ray Allen shocked the world by reportedly choosing to sign with the Miami Heat, the team that knocked the Boston Celtics out of this past season’s playoffs. Allen took less money to sign with Miami, and it seems a big reason for him dec...
To Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnet, and Rojon Rondo.. I hope y'all have a wonderful season in Boston without me. I enjoyed the time we had together. To Rajon Rondo, you can squash the beef now because I'm taking my talents to South Beach and join Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh. We going to get another ring. To the fans, I will miss y'all. You can follow me if you want to and become a Miami Heat fan.. Love Ray Allen
Last night Ray Allen told Miami Heat officials that he will be accepting their "mini mid-level" contract offer of about $3 million. Boston is reacting with its usual restrained dignity.
“The deterioration of Ray Allen's relationship with Rajon Rondo played a significant factor in his intent to accept the contract offer of Miami Heat.”
Rajon Rondo, Jeff Green, Austin Rivers, Paul Pierce, Dwight Howard. Theyd beat the Miami Heat in 5 games. Book it.
At last February’s trade deadline, Boston Celtics president Danny Ainge sounded like he was ready to break up the team’s vaunted Big Three of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen and start over in 2012-13, either rebuilding around Rajon Rondo or dealing Rondo and starting over altogether. But a few months later, the Celtics look like they are determined to keep the band together and make another run at a championship next season with their veteran core. The Celtics, according to sources, are increasingly optimistic they’ll be able to re-sign unrestricted free agent forward Jeff Green to a new contract, and are also more hopeful now they can keep Allen in the fold instead of losing him to the Miami Heat. The final decision is Allen’s, of course, and he’ll weigh offers from several teams. including the Heat and Grizzlies, in the next few days. But Boston is hopeful that the last few days’ worth of events, including Garnett’s decision to agree on a three-year extension, combined with the se ...
Rajon Rondo and Ray Allen discuss their huge win over the Miami Heat to tie up the series 2-2. The Boston Celtics get their revenge by tying up the series 2-...
This is when Rajon Rondo dislocated his elbow in ta 2011 playoffs against Miami Heat. BECAUSE OF D. WADE!
Rajon Rondo says the Miami Heat keep complaining to the refs in a halftime interview during Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Boston Celtic...
Only way I'll root for Miami Heat is if Rajon Rondo, Paul Pierce or Kevin Garnett becomes a member of their squad. But, even then...I'll root for players and not the team. Thats how much the Miami fanbase kills me! lbvs
The recent "ESPN Debate" issue is interesting, here are some more debatable topics: 1. If Welker ever surpassed Rice in total catches should he be considered even though his average catch nets 7 yards? 2. Is Joe Madden (Rays) brilliant for shifting his fielders (even in the 1st inning) based on computer stats or is it a mockery to the sport and against the "interest of competition"? 3. If the Miami Heat rely on 33% of their offense coming from the free throw line, are they really a good offensive team? (See Steve Nash, Rajon Rondo) 4. The Pats will sign Tomlinson (although he's always hated the Pats) and he'll be the next Cory Dillon!
WHO’S JERSEY IS THE HOTTEST INTERNATIONALLY? KOBE BEAN, OF COURSEJune 21, 2012 · 8:08PM by Micah Hart For the first time ever, the NBA released today the overall numbers for top selling jerseys internationally. At the top of the list? Lakers star Kobe Bryant, who topped not only the overall international charts but had the highest seller in China, Europe, and Latin America as well. It’s Kobe’s world, we’re all just living in it. Here’s a look at the top 15, based on sales at adidas locations outside the United States: 1. Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers 2. Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls 3. Lebron James, Miami Heat 4. Kevin Garnett, Boston Celtics 5. Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic 6. Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat 7. Rajon Rondo, Boston Celtics 8. Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks 9. Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers 10. Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder 11. Pau Gasol, Los Angeles Lakers 12. Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks 13. Amar’e Stoudemire, New York Knicks 14. Tony Parker, San Anton ...
Only way ill become a Miami Heat fan if Rajon Rondo or Glenn Davis starts playing for them
The day Mario Chalmers scores over 20 points, you can wrap it up! If you every played any sports then you know how Leborn James feel with that leg crap. I know the feeling. Wade show tonight. To all the OKC fans, this is not the San Antonio Spurs. Do you still believe? Experience over Youth. Miami Heat been here before. Westbrook score 42 points and still lost. Do yall remember a point guard named Rajon Rondo who score 42 points. Where is he at now? Again I ask any OKC fans, do you still believe that OKC can push this game to 7?
Rajon Rondo stars in this episode of celebrity confessionals. He talks about the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat. He also talks about his historic dislocat...
A position-by-position look at the matchups in the NBA finals between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Miami Heat: CENTER: Kendrick Perkins vs. Udonis Haslem. Perkins brings the NBA finals experience most of his young teammates lack, having been part of Boston teams in 2008 and ‘10. He had a rare high-scoring night in Oklahoma City’s regular-season win over Miami, scoring 16 points on 8-of-11 shooting. His time on the court in this series could depend on the Heat’s lineups, because with Haslem and Chris Bosh both often more perimeter oriented, the Thunder may need to go small. Edge: Thunder. POWER FORWARD: Serge Ibaka vs. Shane Battier or Chris Bosh. Ibaka has turned into more than just one of the NBA’s top defensive players, having a 26-point outing on 11-for-11 shooting in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals. He is shooting 55.6 percent in the postseason, best among players who advanced past the first round. The Heat have options for their rotation now that Bosh looks back to full strength afte ...
Rajon Rondo's postgame interview after a painful Game 7 loss to the Miami Heat of the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals. **I don't own any copyright to this vid...
Rajon Rondo took a shot at the Miami Heat on his way to the locker room. Asked by ESPN's Doris Burke what holes he was exploiting in the Heat defense, Rondo ...
Rajon Rondo post game interview game 7 vs. Miami Heat Rajon Rondo gives a post game interview after losing game 7 to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference...
Lebron James finally got a Game 7 victory, on his third try. Next up, the NBA finals – and his third try at that elusive first championship. James had 31 points and 12 rebounds, Chris Bosh hit a career-best three 3-pointers – the last sparking the run that put it away – and the Miami Heat
This from a Celtic fan: The Boston Celtics surprising playoff run is over. The team was denied a chance at the NBA Finals when the Miami Heat took Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals 101-88. The Celtics led for much of the game, but with about eight minutes the Heat mashed the gas and ran away with the victory. Now the Heat will move on to face the Oklahoma City Thunder for the NBA championship. It would have been nice to see the Celtics go out with class, but two individuals decided that wasn't going to be the case. Coach Doc Rivers took the starters out of the game with less than a minute to play. Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo took this as an opportunity to bail early, leaving courtside before the clock hit all zeros. While their teammates exchanged pleasantries with the Heat players and coaches, Rondo and Garnett were probably crying in the shower. Now I don't know maybe the two were trying to beat traffic, had dinner reservations or wanted to watch the Manny Pacquiao bout and that is why they left ...
Rajon Rondo throws the ball off of Dwyane Wade's back with the inbounds pass during the Miami Heat's 101-88 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the ...
Rajon Rondo - 22 pts, 10 reb, 14 assists (scored 10 pts in the 4th quarter) Lebron James - 30 pts, 12 reb, 2 assists - score was tied entering the 4th quarter then Big 3 took over. They scored last 31 pts of the Miami Heat...Hands down to the Boston Celtics! Congrats to the Miami Heat for advancing to the NBA Finals.
Rajon Rondo Dunks on Bosh in High definiton HD 720p video. Want more NBA highlights and videos? Subscribe to my channel! Boston Celtics vs Miami Heat. Rondo ...
Tomorrow is the game no. 6 of NBA Eastern Final, between Boston Celtics and Miami Heat.. 3- 2, best of 7 series leaded by Celtics. Kevin Garnett, Brandon Bass, Rajon Rondo, Rey Allen, and Paul Pierce, with the power, ability and strength of these great men Celtics can beat whatever teams they will face. Even Miami! Tomorrow at the home sweet home of celtics, celtics will win and beat miami and no need for game no.7, because tomorrow the long jurney of miami will end.. Boston Celtics FIGHT!
The Boston Celtics guard needs to recapture his first-round performance to help his team beat the Miami Heat.
Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics.. Game 6 NBA finals 2mrr0w at 9am.. gudluck Boston Celtics.. Go, go, go Rajon Rondo, Go, go, go b0st0n celtics team.. go, go, go 4 da win..
Rajon Rondo had 13 assists last night. The entire Miami Heat "team" had that same number of assists. That stat right there is indicitive of why the Heat can't beat the celtics.
MIAMI — They had to be wondering what would happen on a night when Rajon Rondo was human and shots fell like blocks of ice. But one worry the Celtics haven’t had since the All-Star break is in their ability to win a mental battle. Last night, against a Miami Heat team known to be...
Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett took a pass from Rajon Rondo and cut down the lane and finished by dunking on Miami Heat guard James Jones. The Celtics ...
The Boston Celtics won a phenomenal victory, 94-90, in Miami. Riding a total team effort, the Celtics took game 5 from Miami and can close out the series in Boston on Thursday. Playing basketball like Celtics teams of old, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo received great support from bench players Mickael Pietrus, Keyon Dooling, Marquis Daniels, and Greg Stiemsma who gave great performances which allowed the Big 4 to conserve their strength. The teamwork of the Celtics was too much for the individual play of the Lebron James and Dwayne Wade led Miami Heat.
Game 4 between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics ended up as a very close affair, with the Celtics pulling it out 93-91 in overtime after two high-profile foul-outs from Lebron James and Paul Pierce. It was the kind of … Continue reading →
Hoping Rajon Rondo, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and other hoopsters in green can pull off another Boston Celtics win over the Miami Heat tonight!!
Rajon Rondo tells ESPN's Doris Burke at the half that the Miami Heat are crying and complaining to the referees in transition
Rajon Rondo interviews with Doris Burke during halftime of the Celtics overtime victory over the Miami Heat.
Rajon Rondo, a nightmare for the Miami Heat. But it ain't over.
Boston, MA (Sports Network) - Paul Pierce and Lebron James fouled out in overtime, but the Boston Celtics still had Rajon Rondo and the Miami Heat still had Dwyane Wade. Rondo scored the go-ahead bucket and Wade missed a three-pointer at the buzzer Sunday night, giving the Celtics a 93-91 win and tying the Eastern Conference Finals at two games apiece. The game went to overtime only after Miami came back from an 18-point deficit in the first half, when Pierce was knocking down shots, Ray Allen was hitting three-pointers and Rondo was dissecting the defense with sharp passes. Even Keyon Dooling got in on the act. Indeed, all was right with the Celtics until the end of third quarter when the Heat started to make a run to turn a lopsided game into a dog fight. James hit a tying three-pointer in the final minute of regulation in front of a stunned TD Garden crowd, but also passed on the final possession to Udonis Haslem, who missed a jumper. In the end, Boston emerged with its second straight win and will hea ...
Just like last season, the Boston Celtics enter Game 4 against the Miami Heat down 2-1. One major difference? Rajon Rondo is now healthy and dominant.
nice play by Rajon Rondo against Miami Heat.. blocking Lebron James and faking the entire Heat with killer instincts.. Heat se yaad aaya.. Dear Rain, please pour down on us.. It's so freakin hot here!!
Rajon Rondo's signature ball fake against the Miami Heat in game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals. AMAZING! Faked out me too!
BOSTON -- Rajon Rondo's incredible Game 2 stunned and impressed the Miami Heat and watching it a day...
Are the refs giving away the Eastern Conference Finals to Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat?
The words I'm using to describe Rajon Rondo's performance last night are amazing historic memorable and lots of heart Much respect despite not being able to close out the Miami Heat last night
Rajon Rondo you can join the Miami Heat if you want...so much respect for the best PG in the NBA.
Rajon Rondo wants know what Miami Heat want play.
NBA Basketball Recap: Final statistics from the Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat game played on May 30, 2012
So proud of Rajon Rondo swelling up against the Miami Heat last night (despite the loss)
Outrageous game at the NBA play offs, though Miami Heat won by 115-111 but not until after overtime. Lebron James and Rajon Rondo are wizards
Rajon Rondo / Easy win for the Miami Heat has the Celtics talking tough
"They have to hit the deck." - Rajon Rondo post game comments on the Miami Heat and a taunting, laughing Lebron James.
Hoping "Over the Hill Gang'' guys like Paul Pierce, Ray Allen & Kevin Garnett step it up with young superstar Rajon Rondo so the Boston Celtics toss cold water on the Miami Heat!!
With a trip to the Eastern Conference Finals and a date with the Miami Heat on the line, the pressure was on the Boston Celtics. The youngest member of the “Boston Big Four” had the biggest impact on the game. Rajon Rondo recorded his ninth career playoff triple-double (18 points, 10 rebounds and ...
Afternoon F.B., In case you ain't get da news last night da Boston Celtics advancing to da Eastern Conference Finals against da Miami Heat (My Son Rajon Rondo vs. My man Lebron James)..Ppl doubted my team from making it this far but maybe there last yr. 2gether what you expect dis season we gettin our 2nd Championship & dat 18 banner for Boston...If no1 retire i truly think we will STILL have our BIG 4 nxt season, Bring on da Heat mon. M.O.E
Respect your elders: Because with the Chicago Bulls out of the picture, the Miami Heat down a musketeer thanks t...
LeBron Raymone James, small forward for the Miami Heat, does not deserve the MVP award. Kevin Durant, Tony Parker, Chris Paul, I'd even throw Rajon Rondo in there for players who deserved it more than him. The heat are turning into the Cavilers, a team that is Lebron James only with role players, nobody even talks about Dwayne Wade let alone Chris Bosh anymore. Miami is the next city to hate Lebron.
questions: Can the Miami Heat win it all? Is the Celtics' Rajon Rondo the playoff MVP? -JM
Rajon Rondo stands as only bump in the road for Miami Heat's hopeful NBA ...
"Rajon Rondo’s still coming for the Miami Heat. " :DDD --Hala! Go Boston. :D -nyt. :)
Hunter Felt: Chicago Bulls' Derrick Rose will miss the rest of the playoffs; New York Knicks have no answer to Miami Heat; and the greatest comeback in LA Clippers' history
Special thanks to Rajon Rondo, Dwight Howard, and Derrick Rose's ACL for gifting the Miami Heat a trip to the finals...
Miami heat that's nothing. Rajon Rondo he's something.
Rajon Rondo just made the Miami Heat look like the Washington Generals
the Miami Heat better come correct today, Rajon Rondo always have an AMAZING game on Sundays
Rajon Rondo and the Boston Celtics take on no-ring Lebron and the Miami Heat tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 pm. Lets get it!!
New post: Expect Rajon Rondo's best as Boston Celtics battle Miami Heat on ABC
I would like Derrick Rose or Rajon Rondo to Miami Heat.it's a perfect team.but it's a dream :)
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