VIDEO: Chris Webber Brings Back His 'RONDOOOOOO' Chant

TNT commentator Chris Webber's most famous gimmick involves shouting Rajon Rondo's name at the top of his lungs, much like Charles Barkley does for Manu Ginobili. However, I don't think we've seen Webber actually try the gimmick during a game he's broadcasting. So far, he's mostly done it when narrating highlights on NBATV.

That all changed after Rondo sliced through the 76ers' defense for three easy layups in the fourth quarter of Game 5.

That might have been a bit of an overreaction on Webber's part, but in fairness, shouting "RONDOOOOOO" is a lot of fun.


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