VIDEO: Rajon Rondo Orders Paul Pierce To Cut, Gives Him A Layup

Rajon Rondo is just toying with the Miami Heat now ... and he's also toying with his own teammates. Here he is shouting at Paul Pierce to cut through the lane on the fast break, then rewarding Pierce with a lefty pass and a layup.

Pierce wanted to spot up for a three-pointer, but Rondo saw that both LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were slow to get back, so he motioned for Pierce to keep running. Pierce did and Rondo threaded yet another beautiful pass to him for the layup.

If Rondo told me to jump, I'd immediately do it for fear of how he'd react if I didn't. I wouldn't even ask him how high.

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