VIDEO: LeBron James Pushes Rajon Rondo Out Of Miami Heat Huddle

LeBron James may have just discovered the reason his Miami Heat can't beat the Boston Celtics. Not only is Rajon Rondo a triple-double machine, he's also an accomplished master of international espionage. Based on the recently unveiled footage below you may conclude Rondo has been unmasked, but that's actually a decoy Rondo:

So awesome that yet another Boston sports figure got caught spying on an opponent. Rondogate!

Rondo will surely get a talking-to, already getting a reprimand from Ray Allen on the court and Jeff Van Gundy on the air. He weathers shoves from Zydrunas Ilgauskas and Dwyane Wade just fine, but it's James himself that delivers the big elbow to the chest and shove.

Anybody know more about this story? Sort of think he does this all the time, but subtly, and was caught in the act this time, so he decided to play it up and make a joke of it.

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