Rajon Rondo arrives just in time


After seven games of seeing Rajon Rondo run the show for a Boston team that, it can be argued, had almost as little going for it offensively as the Sixers thanks to Ray Allen's aging body rendering him largely useless, the hope is that Holiday can

By HOOPSWORLD “We didn't want it to end,'' (Rajon) Rondo said. “I didn't plan on going home tomorrow or any exit meetings right now. “Last year is in the past. This year, we are a totally different team. We feel we can beat Miami.

By HOOPSWORLD “We didn't want it to end,'' (Rajon) Rondo said. “I didn't plan on going home tomorrow or any exit meetings right now. “Last year is in the past. This year, we are a totally different team. We feel we can beat Miami.

By Ros Krasny BOSTON (Reuters) – Point guard Rajon Rondo stepped up to save the day in the final minutes as the Boston Celtics held off the Philadelphia 76ers 85-75 in their decisive Game Seven on Saturday and advanced to the NBA's Eastern Conference

Final, Celtics 85-75: The Celtics are going back to the conference finals. The C's saved their best for last — in the fourth quarter of Game 7 — and it's enough for them to move on to take on the Miami Heat. The big story, of

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  • Rajon Rondo arrives just in time
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  • Paul Pierce expected a Celtics victory, even after fouling out
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