This week NBA Commissioner Adam Silver floated the idea of a mid-season single-elimination NBA Tournament.
What is not to like about that idea?
Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has been out for almost a year after tearing the ACL in his right knee. For months there was no specific timeline for his return, but on Thursday it was revealed that Rondo will return on Friday night to face the Los Angeles Lakers.
Can you believe it has been 17 years since the movie “Celtic Pride,” was released in theaters. No, you probably weren’t thinking about it.
The Boston Celtics are in full rebuilding mode around new head coach Brad Stevens, and a huge key to an eventual turnaround will be 27-year-old point guard Rajon Rondo. Rondo is recovering from ACL surgery on his right knee and reports now suggest he could be out until at least December.
Making the coaching jump from college basketball to the NBA isn’t an easy transition. When the Boston Celtics announced they hired Butler head coach Brad Stevens as the next leader of their storied organization, it received a mixed reaction.