ESPN Heat Index: Rajon Rondo will decide the series

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    ESPN Heat Index: Rajon Rondo will decide the series

    I'm not sure how I feel about the prospect of this season resting in the wide hands of Rajon Rondo

    On the one hand, he's our fastest, most athletic player and an unrivaled passer (Chris Paul, who might be the next best thing, broadcasts ALL of his passes; only Steve Nash is as good at no-looking and finding everyone on the floor)

    On the other hand, he might be too smart and analytical for his own good.  I could see him falling victim to head games, and his up-and-down play supports this.

    Rajon Rondo will decide the series... for better or for worse?
     
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    Re: ESPN Heat Index: Rajon Rondo will decide the series

    In Response to ESPN Heat Index: Rajon Rondo will decide the series:
    [QUOTE]I'm not sure how I feel about the prospect of this season resting in the wide hands of Rajon Rondo On the one hand, he's our fastest, most athletic player and an unrivaled passer (Chris Paul, who might be the next best thing, broadcasts ALL of his passes; only Steve Nash is as good at no-looking and finding everyone on the floor) On the other hand, he might be too smart and analytical for his own good.  I could see him falling victim to head games, and his up-and-down play supports this. Rajon Rondo will decide the series... for better or for worse?
    Posted by Artist-Frmrly-Knwn-As-NickC1188[/QUOTE]

    I am not sure if he will be a deciding factor in the series but he certainly decided the Cs fate in game 1.
     
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    Re: ESPN Heat Index: Rajon Rondo will decide the series

    In Response to ESPN Heat Index: Rajon Rondo will decide the series:
    [QUOTE]I'm not sure how I feel about the prospect of this season resting in the wide hands of Rajon Rondo On the one hand, he's our fastest, most athletic player and an unrivaled passer (Chris Paul, who might be the next best thing, broadcasts ALL of his passes; only Steve Nash is as good at no-looking and finding everyone on the floor) On the other hand, he might be too smart and analytical for his own good.  I could see him falling victim to head games, and his up-and-down play supports this. Rajon Rondo will decide the series... for better or for worse?
    Posted by Artist-Frmrly-Knwn-As-NickC1188[/QUOTE]

    Depressingly true.

    Pud
     
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    Re: ESPN Heat Index: Rajon Rondo will decide the series

    just like he decided the series's last yr against the cavs and magic..nothings changed.
     

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