Thursday, November 29, 2012

Aftermath: Brawling in Beantown

It has just been announced that Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo will serve a two game suspension for his actions Wednesday night against the Brooklyn Nets. No word yet on suspensions for any of the other players involved. Immediate reaction certainty suggests that Doc Rivers' squad dodged a bullet on this one, as most estimates had Rondo's suspension as high as five games for his role in the scuffle that spilled into the crowd at the TD Garden.

Kris Humphries tweeted the above after the Brooklyn Nets collected the win. As most fans have taken a stance behind Rondo, and defended his toughness, this is a struggling team with a frustrated point guard. Rondo losing his cool against the Nets is nothing for fans to cheer about. They will be without their leader now Friday against Portland and Saturday against Milwaukee, and will threaten to drop below .500... indefensible actions if you ask me.

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