Rajon Rondo took a charge against the Sixers on Wednesday night in Philadelphia. At first, it didn’t look like he was going to survive the impact, but thankfully Brandon Bass knows CPR. [@MrTripleDouble10]
Sometimes players use their heads to win a game, but Luis Scola used Paul Pierce’s rump to win a game. With the Indiana Pacers up 97-96 and inbounding the ball with .4 seconds left in the game, instead of taking the chance of forcing a pass, the heady Scola passed the ball to Pierce’s ass.
Paul Pierce returned to Boston for the first time since being traded to the Brooklyn Nets with Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry this past offseason. It was the first time Pierce – drafted 10th overall by the Celtics in 1998 – had ever played at the TD Garden as a visiting player, and the Celtics
Rajon Rondo has been rehabbing a torn ACL since last February and is finally getting close to being healthy enough for a return to the Boston Celtics lineup. According to a cryptic tweet sent out by the point guard, we could see him back on the floor this Friday when the Lakers visit the Celtics
I wonder what month Paul Pierce is. @darrenrovell celtics team calendar for 2014 with KG on the cover pic.twitter.com/4nSq2ypLOB — Ryan (@ryan_mycroft) December 24, 2013
In what was a role reversal it was Blake Griffin tossing a delightful alley-oop to his fellow Clippers big man DeAndre Jordan for the fantastic reverse slam dunk. This was a far superior highlight than Jordan’s alley-oop attempt that was stuffed by the rim against the Boston Celtics just the night before.