Posted by Julian Benbow, Globe Staff January 4, 2010 06:03 PM
His thought process has to change now that his role has, for instance, he has to be aware that because Ray Allen is a catch-and-shoot player and J.R. Giddens is more of a spot up shooter, certain plays cater more to their individual abilities.
“It’s like homework,” Allen said. “You’ve just got to basically know your assignment.” Allen joked that he was ready for Rondo to return, only so he could return to making plays like these.
"I’m the type of player where, if I’m on the break, I like giving it to Rondo and letting him get me open and I get that finish," Allen said. "Now, I’m on the break now, I’ve got to give that thing up. Now I’ve got to make the play."