Re: RONDO's BACK BABY!
posted at 2/2/2014 7:10 PM EST
In response to RallyC's comment:
In response to 37stories' comment:
Anyone that judges a guy in his first 10 games back from an ACL is a fool.
What about using his last six games prior to injury????
"a fool" as well. He played outstanding in 5 of those 6 games prior to his injury, 2 games of which he had triple-doubles. What's your point.... "yeah, but they lost all those games"? This isn't an individuals sport. You think this is tennis or something? They had a 6 game winning streak just before that (funny how there's no mention of that, just view the negatives). It makes no sense at all to place the blame of losing/winning streak(s) solely on 1 person. Specially when that 1 person was/is clearly our best player. No sense at all. You're so quick to bash Rondo for any and everything under the sun.... are you not watching Green this year? He get a mulligan from you? Rally, your disdain has gone well beyond comedy, to just stupidity. I'm not calling you "stupid", cause I actually don't think you are. But the sense you're trying to make out of all this, is. And all your continued mockery just solidifies that point, everytime. Anyone who puts win/lose record solely on one player is uneducated in team sports. I could understand it, somewhat, if you put it all on DA. But even then.....
"Rondo is a grrat player who will get a max contract with the Someone, probally the Celtics,
However, he isn't back yet. He is going to have alot of up and down games over the next few months before he really gets back to all star form." - jtkl
agree 100%. But I gotta say, He looks like he's already progressing since his 1st couple of games back, as far as movement is concerned. I'm not even looking at his #'s right now, they're irrelevant to me at this point, good or bad. He's still gunna favor that knee probably the rest of the season. But I can already see somewhat of a comfort level forming. That's good to see. I remember it took T. Allen over 1/2 a season to start dunking the basketball again when he came back from ACL injury. And even then, he would hang on the rim, afraid to let go. Takes a long time, mentally and physically.