NBA playoffs 2017: Rajon Rondo calls Celtics fans ‘great,’ despite boos

Rajon Rondo isn’t salty that Celtics fans booed him hard during Game 1 of the Bulls’ playoff series in Boston.

In fact, he embraces the hostility and said that’s exactly what he anticipated from the Boston faithful.

Thomas, who left Boston after Game 2 and spent time with his family in Washington State in the wake of his sister’s death in a traffic accident last Saturday, rejoined the Celtics in Chicago. And despite the heavy emotional toll of the past week, he looked great, scoring 16 points (on 7-of-18 shooting) and dishing out nine assists, including this awesome wraparound to Al Horford for the jam.

Charles Sims Kids Jersey The Bulls appeared to come out flat, almost certainly feeling the loss of Rajon Rondo with a fractured thumb. He’s out indefinitely. Or maybe they thought this would be easy, ending the regular season on a hot streak, beating the Celtics twice in the Garden, and then returning home in total control of the series.

Chicago trailed by 20 early in the second quarter before rallying to a 44-41 deficit at the half.

Corey Brewer Kids Jersey What he has done this year to will that team, playing every single night, not resting like some of these other fools are doing, resting when they’re getting paid $25 million a year to play a stupid basketball game. It’s crazy, he began.

But Green remained professional. He didn’t complain about lost playing time. He had a hunch his number would be called eventually, and said he sought to keep himself sharp throughout the year.

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