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Rondo, Joan Rivers on 'Fashion Police' (Video)

Posted by Obnoxious Boston Fan  May 25, 2013 06:47 AM

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Rajon Rondo and Joan Rivers.

And you thought Pierce and Garnett were old.

The Celtics guard did some not-so hard time with Rivers on E!'s "Fashion Police" Friday.

Rivers was uncharacteristically easy on the 6-1 Rondo - "since you're an NBA player I thought you'd be like 7-feet-9" - and saved her venom for a few other NBA targets.

Naturally, she asked Rondo about his fight with Kris Humphries.

"Did you hum a Kanye West song?" she asked.

"He did a dirty play on my teammate, I wasn't trying to start a fight," he said.

Rondo discussed his internship with with "GQ" last summer and said he planned to do another one in the future. Rivers and Rondo also did some spring cleaning. He eventually gave Giuliana Rancic the honors when Rivers told him to "trash" a black, stripped jacket he wore at the podium during last season's NBA playoffs against Atlanta.

"It's a little too old, mostly black and not accomplishing anything, I'm surprised it's not playing for the Lakers."

Zing.

"Even Gary Busey would say this jacket is crazy."

And done.

Classic Joan.

Stylish Rondo.

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