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Rajon Rondo lowkey at the Red Sox game

Rajon Rondo lowkey at the Red Sox game

Happy Friday! Enjoy this video of Brandon Bass and Rajon Rondo 2-stepping at a function.

The only way I can really explain it is, when you have a player like Rondo who does so many great things for this team, you kind of get lackadaisical. [If] you’ve got someone cooking for you and you’re expecting that every day, and all of the sudden they’re not there to do that, it’s up to you to feed yourself. All the sudden, you start making these gourmet dishes and there’s more people coming over the house. You never knew you possessed that until you lost that person.
— Kevin Garnett, foodie
At the last moment, Rondo twisted away from the open layup and fired a behind-the-back bounce pass to Jeff Green, who bricked a contested 18-footer.
(Rajon Rondo notched his 27th career triple-double tonight.)
(AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

At the last moment, Rondo twisted away from the open layup and fired a behind-the-back bounce pass to Jeff Green, who bricked a contested 18-footer.

(Rajon Rondo notched his 27th career triple-double tonight.)

(AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Rajon Rondo is one of the most interesting players to ever play in the league.
He rollerskates, plays Angry Birds, wears Bret Hart shades before the game and zany jackets after, tucks lip balm in his sock at all times, eats his sushi with Gatorade, was an intern at GQ, and perhaps his most fascinating trait: performing weird routines before and after tip-off. 
According to teammate Jason Terry in a recent ESPN interview:


“His routine is long-winded and it lasts all the way through tip-off. It starts in the back hallway. He runs down a corridor and he throws the ball to our team chaplain, who throws it back. Then [Rondo] runs out into a circle, high-fives the whole team and then he does the layup lines for five minutes.
“Then he will stand under the goal and Paul Pierce will shoot every ball on the rack from half court. Rondo will catch four balls at one time and then after that, it’s just amazing — one pass off the backboard to KG, one bounce pass to Paul Pierce and then he throws it all the way up to the scoreboard and Jeff Green finishes with an alley-oop.
“It’s every game, even road games. I have no idea how he started it; I’m new to the team. I was still going through layup lines and I almost got hit with one of those balls in the head. I wasn’t aware that’s what they were doing. It threw me off.”


Never change, Rajon.
(via BostInno)

Rajon Rondo is one of the most interesting players to ever play in the league.

He rollerskates, plays Angry Birds, wears Bret Hart shades before the game and zany jackets after, tucks lip balm in his sock at all times, eats his sushi with Gatorade, was an intern at GQ, and perhaps his most fascinating trait: performing weird routines before and after tip-off.

According to teammate Jason Terry in a recent ESPN interview:

“His routine is long-winded and it lasts all the way through tip-off. It starts in the back hallway. He runs down a corridor and he throws the ball to our team chaplain, who throws it back. Then [Rondo] runs out into a circle, high-fives the whole team and then he does the layup lines for five minutes.

“Then he will stand under the goal and Paul Pierce will shoot every ball on the rack from half court. Rondo will catch four balls at one time and then after that, it’s just amazing — one pass off the backboard to KG, one bounce pass to Paul Pierce and then he throws it all the way up to the scoreboard and Jeff Green finishes with an alley-oop.

“It’s every game, even road games. I have no idea how he started it; I’m new to the team. I was still going through layup lines and I almost got hit with one of those balls in the head. I wasn’t aware that’s what they were doing. It threw me off.”

Never change, Rajon.

(via BostInno)

stationtostation:

Ramon Rondo (via @djleonsmith)

This is the greatest photoshop I’ve ever seen. 

stationtostation:

Ramon Rondo (via @djleonsmith)

This is the greatest photoshop I’ve ever seen. 

rapsketball:

Jeezy & Rondo

rapsketball:

Jeezy & Rondo

gq:

GQ has a new intern for New York Fashion Week! His name? Rajon Rondo. 

gq:

GQ has a new intern for New York Fashion Week! His name? Rajon Rondo

thescore:

Yes, Rajon Rondo will sign your baby.

thescore:

Yes, Rajon Rondo will sign your baby.

KG, Rondo and Snoop Dogg. 

KG, Rondo and Snoop Dogg. 

The Celtics’ run ended tonight, but at least Rajon Rondo got to throw one final inbounds pass to himself off Dwyane Wade’s back before it was over.

thisnicelife:

Rondo’d (v.) To create a distraction followed by a swift change of direction.

thisnicelife:

Rondo’d (v.) To create a distraction followed by a swift change of direction.

KJ is great but Hondo is really the inspiration. Hondo drives that team.
— Boston mayor and Celtics superfan Thomas Menino
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