PHOTO: Rajon Rondo Wears Shades Vs. Lakers; Deal With It

Rajon Rondo wore some awesome sunglasses on the court before Celtics vs. Lakers on the NBA Sunday Showcase to help cope with an eye injury.

This decision might upset the most pious observers of Miller Light's man code, but when you're a week removed from an 18-20-17 triple-double on national TV, you can do pretty much what you want.

Well, almost anything you want. While NBA players such as Amar'e Stoudemire wear goggles, the league told Rondo he could not wear sunglasses during the game because opponents must be able to see his eyes.

Here's what he looked like in warmups:

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(Credit: @NBA)

Lisa Salters has more:


But really, all you need to see is the photo below. It's presented without context, because it is much better that way.

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