After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.

  1. You have chosen to ignore posts from Karllost. Show Karllost's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    Enough with the Rondo excuses...

    What The Mayo Clinic says about plantar fasciitis is to stay off your feet or do alternative forms of exercise to running, like swimming.

    So it's apparent whatever Rondos plantar fasciitis problems are, theyre not severe enough to follow the most basic precautions...  instead Rondo is playing NBA ball, high impact running and cutting.. just what you wouldnt be doing

    NExt ROndo excuse

     
     
  2. You have chosen to ignore posts from JayShizzle45. Show JayShizzle45's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    Non Ball Players...smh    -easy to judge from the sideline Karl.  Maybe if Doc had the gut or nerve to sit his a ss down he would heal up.  I think he is stubborn for playing..but to say he doesnt have P.F. because he is playing....well makes no sense.  You arent a ball player and you dont sound like a Doctor either.  So if you dont believe in P.F. or that he has it....Whats your analysis of why he fell off the map...   Do you subscribe to the "he misses Perk"  theory?  or is it the "he is bored" theory?
     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from MsLithium21. Show MsLithium21's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]Non Ball Players...smh    -easy to judge from the sideline Karl.  Maybe if Doc had the gut or nerve to sit his a ss down he would heal up.  I think he is stubborn for playing..but to say he doesnt have P.F. because he is playing....well makes no sense.  You arent a ball player and you dont sound like a Doctor either.  So if you dont believe in P.F. or that he has it....Whats your analysis of why he fell off the map...   Do you subscribe to the "he misses Perk"  theory?  or is it the "he is bored" theory?
    Posted by JayShizzle45[/QUOTE]

    Totally agree, Jay.  Athletes, especially pro athletes, go by a different set of rules for handling injuries than "civilians."  Hopefully as West continues to reintegrate, all parties involved will see the obvious need to rest Rondo for the stretch run, including Rondo himself!
     
  4. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    you can see it starting tonite, doc was very careful with rondo's minutes tonite. but this is as simple as rondo resting his legs for the playoffs. like it or not, i think all boston fans would agree that theyd rather have rondo playing at an all pro level in the postseason and lead us to a ring then tiring his legs and feet in the reg season. 
     
  5. You have chosen to ignore posts from MsLithium21. Show MsLithium21's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]you can see it starting tonite, doc was very careful with rondo's minutes tonite. but this is as simple as rondo resting his legs for the playoffs. like it or not, i think all boston fans would agree that theyd rather have rondo playing at an all pro level in the postseason and lead us to a ring then tiring his legs and feet in the reg season. 
    Posted by JamezHill24[/QUOTE]

    Totally agree...  I want to see "the Engine that Stirs the Drink!"   Here's hoping the rest will be enough to get him back there when we need it the most.
     
  6. You have chosen to ignore posts from JayShizzle45. Show JayShizzle45's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    It was obvious Doc was not that comfortable with Arroyo yet, but when we finally played a game where we had a decent lead in the 4th...You didnt see Rondo the whole quarter...Its pretty obvious he is hurting.  I just laugh at these guys who will be right there cheering when he is dominating in the postgame.  On another thread the vultures are complaing after a win, that Rondo didnt shoot enough f/t's!?  Really?  how do you go to the line when you shoot 2 jumpers....and how does Rondo catch more flack for not shooting f/t's than our PF does when he also doesnt go to the line.....   Pure Hatred....I'm sorry to call them fellow fans, but it is what it is...

    Aannnyway!  A win is a win is a win!!!  Isnt that what guys have been crying about? 

     
  7. You have chosen to ignore posts from P34. Show P34's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]you can see it starting tonite, doc was very careful with rondo's minutes tonite. but this is as simple as rondo resting his legs for the playoffs. like it or not, i think all boston fans would agree that theyd rather have rondo playing at an all pro level in the postseason and lead us to a ring then tiring his legs and feet in the reg season. 
    Posted by JamezHill24[/QUOTE]

    We don't want Rondo mimicking Tom Brady in the postseason, right? 
     
  8. You have chosen to ignore posts from MsLithium21. Show MsLithium21's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    Aannnyway!  A win is a win is a win!!!  Isnt that what guys have been crying about? 
    Posted by JayShizzle45[/QUOTE]

    Yes indeed, a win is a win - and a decisive one at that where all the starters played under 30 minutes!  Let's keep this positive energy going!!!
     
  9. You have chosen to ignore posts from aciemvp. Show aciemvp's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]I dont doubt any of that Rico, but answer me this. Who's job is it to sit players and tell them when to come in and when to come out? Is this the "Brand" that we heard R.R. talk about last summer.  Is he calling his own shots?
    Posted by JayShizzle45[/QUOTE]

    it's pretty obvious that he has been since the end of his rookie year when they handed him the keys.  doc has tried to take him out of games to give him rest and he pouts worse.  if he wanted out of a game, he'd be out of it.

    but he doesn't.  and he also clearly doesn't want to try too hard.  i have had plantar fasciatis and it can be very annoying.  there is treatment for it though. 

    at some point, someone in the green management is going to have to cancel the carte blanche that was issued 5 years ago and do what's best for the team.  because this version of rondo is not what's best for the team.  put avery out there and limit his ball handling and we'd at least do better on defense and not lose much on offense compared to what rondo is bringing right now, which is close to zilch.
     
  10. You have chosen to ignore posts from aciemvp. Show aciemvp's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]So Doc should sit him, but Doc doesn't want Rondo to be mad at him.  Rondo only sits when he wants to...
    Posted by KGLove[/QUOTE]

    THANK YOU- this is the sum total of the rondo moronics.  they don't want to "upset" dearest rajon, the dumbo modus operandi that they used with this kid from day one right on up to the lucrative contract extension for the 61% free throw shooting star guard.

    it's absurd.  this uber egocentric approach of let rondo dictate his own every little thing is now having a deleterious effect on the whole team.

    and the immediate future of rondo's health in the playoffs as well.  if the guy should have had 10 games off to heal, he should have had that.  now he's injured, unhappy without his perkies, and the whole thing looks like a big fat mess.

    and getting bigger and messier as time rolls on.  hopefully delonte can compensate for the misery of rondo that the team and fans are living through on a nightly basis.
     
  11. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    if Rondo repeats last yrs postseason performance, will people still be complaining about him wen we are hoisting the trophy?
     
  12. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles. : THANK YOU- this is the sum total of the rondo moronics.  they don't want to "upset" dearest rajon, the dumbo modus operandi that they used with this kid from day one right on up to the lucrative contract extension for the 61% free throw shooting star guard. it's absurd.  this uber egocentric approach of let rondo dictate his own every little thing is now having a deleterious effect on the whole team. and the immediate future of rondo's health in the playoffs as well.  if the guy should have had 10 games off to heal, he should have had that.  now he's injured, unhappy without his perkies, and the whole thing looks like a big fat mess. and getting bigger and messier as time rolls on.  hopefully delonte can compensate for the misery of rondo that the team and fans are living through on a nightly basis.
    Posted by aciemvp[/QUOTE]


    you can only do so much. for awhile we had nate as a backup, and it just wastn working. for awhile we rlly didnt have a backup for rondo, what do you wanna do? avery bradley simply isnt ready? saw the result of capable backups tonite, rondo had a easy 30 minute night. wen the bodies are there, he is resting. lets not act like we are letting a whole bunch of capable backups ride the pine.
     
  13. You have chosen to ignore posts from P34. Show P34's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]if Rondo repeats last yrs postseason performance, will people still be complaining about him wen we are hoisting the trophy?
    Posted by JamezHill24[/QUOTE]

    Of course they will! Some of the fans here are actually not pissed at Rondo. They're actually pissed that Tom Brady couldn't make it to the Super Bowl!
     
  14. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]So Doc should sit him, but Doc doesn't want Rondo to be mad at him.  Rondo only sits when he wants to...
    Posted by KGLove[/QUOTE]


    if you arent friends with Doc or havent heard him say those words before, dont act like you know what hes thinking. dont assume, you know the quote. 
     
  15. You have chosen to ignore posts from aciemvp. Show aciemvp's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]if Rondo repeats last yrs postseason performance, will people still be complaining about him wen we are hoisting the trophy?
    Posted by JamezHill24[/QUOTE]

    jamez- rondo's last year post season performance was to go into cadaver mode games 3-7 of the finals.  there is a good chance he will repeat that performance and the cadaver act will start earlier than it ever has before.

    after all, rondo's last baker's dozen worth of games last year were spent visibly boning up on shooting and seeking out contact and he got on a roll and lifted his FT% from the 50%'s into the low 60%'s.

    this season has been the passivity deluxe.  he's averaging little over 1.0 FTA if anything over that and shooting horribly. he has no shooting momentum built up heading into the playoffs and is upset about the perkies problem.

    in short, watch out for at worst a disaster post season and if he does manage some shooting momentum at all, chances are not good it will last given the fact that he's not building ANY momentum like he did last year and the year before.

    if ANTI-MOMENTUM is a word, that's what rondo is doing with regard to his shooting right now.  how will that translate into the post season and hoisting a trophy?  not well.
     
  16. You have chosen to ignore posts from aciemvp. Show aciemvp's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles. : if you arent friends with Doc or havent heard him say those words before, dont act like you know what hes thinking. dont assume, you know the quote. 
    Posted by JamezHill24[/QUOTE]

    you really think doc is in control of his PG?  how many times have you seen rondo waive off doc's desire to sub him out and save his legs?  ditto for when rondo has been hurt on a play and doc tries to get him a break.  9 out of 10 times rondo denies doc's authority.

    if you are blind like ray charles and want to live in a world of "unless you know him and spoke to him about it 's" then that's fine.  but the rest of us are not blind.
     
  17. You have chosen to ignore posts from JayShizzle45. Show JayShizzle45's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    I just cant understand why Doc cant sit him.  Who cares if he pouts....I think its Docs fault. HE is the coach!  He is concerned with homecourt and the players probably not so much.  They know what they can do if they are healthy no matter if playing in Boston or Canada

    I notice noone has mentioned that Rondo has never had a real backup pg, and has logged a huge amount of minutes up until now..including a grueling playoof stretch last summer where he dominated all but one series and then stupidly tried to play in the olympics.  Have you ever watched these other star guards that everyone wants here?  Nash, Kidd, Paul  they all play lower minutes than Rondo, as a matter of fact even when Kidd was in his prime he always sat his a ss down for a good 5 to 8 minutes...and Rondo didnt even get a break in the Finals because Doc didnt trust Nate.. Sooo, we JUST got a real backup pg foer the first time 2 weeks ago...Is Bradley a sufficent backup?  I keep hearing his fans ask for him and he never does Shyt!  This guy has been a one man army for the last 3 years and gets no respect here because of nitpicking guys who call themselves fans....Not naming names, but if you like the way the sneaker looks on you...
     
  18. You have chosen to ignore posts from Mployee8. Show Mployee8's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles. : THANK YOU- this is the sum total of the rondo moronics.  they don't want to "upset" dearest rajon, the dumbo modus operandi that they used with this kid from day one right on up to the lucrative contract extension for the 61% free throw shooting star guard. it's absurd.  this uber egocentric approach of let rondo dictate his own every little thing is now having a deleterious effect on the whole team. and the immediate future of rondo's health in the playoffs as well.  if the guy should have had 10 games off to heal, he should have had that.  now he's injured, unhappy without his perkies, and the whole thing looks like a big fat mess. and getting bigger and messier as time rolls on.  hopefully delonte can compensate for the misery of rondo that the team and fans are living through on a nightly basis.
    Posted by aciemvp[/QUOTE]

    Stop being so righteous ... how could you possibly know what's going on internally? Ever occur to you that they just wanted to get through these last few games until West came back but Arroyo & Bradley weren't able to get it done assisting the big three in scoring forcing him to play more than wanted or expected? Go hand out Acie Earl fan cards in Canada or spank your monkey if you are so bored that you gotta come here and post crappola about our PG.
     
  19. You have chosen to ignore posts from KGLove. Show KGLove's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    If Rondo is hurt and can't produce, than he should be sitting n resting... i'm a fan of his but it's obvious that something's bothering him and if it's an injury he should rest until the playoffs we have West and Arroyo... every one has an off night but he's been consistently slacking the past 5 games or so...

    On nights when Rondo has around 8 points n 12 assists and people are still complaining i'd agree they might just be a hater.... but as of late it is reasonable to question him and the management
     
  20. You have chosen to ignore posts from OneOnOne. Show OneOnOne's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]That same reporter reported that Paul Pierce was sitting with his foot in a bucket of ice after shooting 1 -10 in a win against the Heat.  He also reported that Pierce would get an MRI the next morning on his foot that had been nagging him for the better part of two weeks. Had that same reporter decided to write a story about Ray or KG, he could have started the story with whichever body part they had submerged or wrapped in ice.  Everybody is injured right now but they play through it.  No excuses! Like ShephardCall suggested, it looks like Rondo is "pouting" and the effort is just not there.  That is not injury-related.  Fouling 3 point shooters at critical times is not an injury-related issue.  Rondo just does not seem to have his "head" into things right now. And it does "seem" that you are suggesting that his injury should give him a pass as you say "leave the guy alone".  I don't agree that he deserves a pass.
    Posted by Petey62[/QUOTE]

    Thank you for pointing out the obvious.  They all got aches and pains. If it is going to affect you for weeks it time to sit down.  If not you come back and play a a high level.
     
  21. You have chosen to ignore posts from OneOnOne. Show OneOnOne's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    Ray had a 2-11 nite against the Bucks.  Not sure what ails him but I am sure something was.
     
  22. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles. : jamez- rondo's last year post season performance was to go into cadaver mode games 3-7 of the finals.  there is a good chance he will repeat that performance and the cadaver act will start earlier than it ever has before. after all, rondo's last baker's dozen worth of games last year were spent visibly boning up on shooting and seeking out contact and he got on a roll and lifted his FT% from the 50%'s into the low 60%'s. this season has been the passivity deluxe.  he's averaging little over 1.0 FTA if anything over that and shooting horribly. he has no shooting momentum built up heading into the playoffs and is upset about the perkies problem. in short, watch out for at worst a disaster post season and if he does manage some shooting momentum at all, chances are not good it will last given the fact that he's not building ANY momentum like he did last year and the year before. if ANTI-MOMENTUM is a word, that's what rondo is doing with regard to his shooting right now.  how will that translate into the post season and hoisting a trophy?  not well.
    Posted by aciemvp[/QUOTE]


    ohhh soo bc he didnt continue playing at an ALL WORLD level during the last 4 games of the finals that means he sucked the entire postseason..i see how it works now. 

    btw 18 8 and 5, 10 6 and 5, and 14 10 and 8 the last 3 games of the series. i think thats FAR from TERRIBLE. fairly average? yes. is he not allowed to have those kind of games? you thinking those stats are terrible proves that even you know what rondo is capable of.
     
  23. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    and it also proves that they need a great Rondo to win a ring.
     
  24. You have chosen to ignore posts from OneOnOne. Show OneOnOne's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]and it also proves that they need a great Rondo to win a ring.
    Posted by JamezHill24[/QUOTE]

    They need a great Paul Pierce, great KG, and great Ray to win a ring also.  Its not just Rondo.
     
  25. You have chosen to ignore posts from aciemvp. Show aciemvp's posts

    Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fas...

    In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles.:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: After Monday’s 88-79 loss at New Jersey, Rondo sat with his feet soaking in ice, attempting to calm his plantar fasciitis and sprained right ankle while pondering his recent struggles. : Stop being so righteous ... how could you possibly know what's going on internally? Ever occur to you that they just wanted to get through these last few games until West came back but Arroyo & Bradley weren't able to get it done assisting the big three in scoring forcing him to play more than wanted or expected? Go hand out Acie Earl fan cards in Canada or spank your monkey if you are so bored that you gotta come here and post crappola about our PG.
    Posted by Mployee8[/QUOTE]

    aren't you supposed to be tolliver-ing it over to the sidelines?

    righteous or observant?  i can't possibly know anything and therefore you can't possibly know that i'm righteous?  did you talk to me?  do you know me? 

    this is the nihilist analysis viewpoint that gets thrust into any critical thinking's way.  i don't fall for it.  i call it like i see it.

    we've had nate and bradley all year and now we have bradley, arroyo and delonte and rondo still is getting used for 30 minutes a game.  what's your excuse now?

    you, who are righteous about anfernee tolliver being better than home town hustle favorite glen davis, are criticizing me for being righteous about rondo's play, discipline in mastering fundamentals and ceding authority to doc and/or danny?  listen smallbrains, go find something else to do and enjoy your self induced exile.
     

Share