CelticsBlog: The Story Of Game 4 Was Rajon Rondo

The Celtics beat the Cavaliers in Game 4 Sunday afternoon, and while we could analyze and break down the contest, quarter by quarter, it's much easier to sum it all up with just two words: Rajon Rondo.

The Celtics point guard was simply dominating, finishing with 29 points, 18 rebounds (he's a point guard!) and 13 assists. From our Celtics blog ... CelticsBlog:

Of course, no one person can do it all himself, so credit the Celtics team defense (especially down the stretch) and bigtime contributions from Ray Allen, Tony Allen, and Kevin Garnett among others.  But clearly the story of the game was Rajon Rondo.

Forget the Big 3.  Forget the Big 4.  It is Rondo and the Big 3 backup stars... and Perkins... and Celtics Pride.  I don't even know what to say anymore, I'm too busy grinning from ear to ear.

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