Stern: Rajon Rondo bumped ref
NBA commissioner David Stern would not comment Monday morning on whether the league would discipline Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo for bumping into referee Marc Davis in the closing minute of Sunday night's 83-74 loss to the Atlanta Hawks,
AP Rajon Rondo bumps an official late in the game, but will he be suspended for Game 2? ATLANTA — The Boston Celtics may be on the verge of taking yet another hit to their backcourt, with Rajon Rondo's uncertain availability for Game 2 of their
Rondo's bump was out of line to be sure, but it didn't pose the slightest threat. Even if there's no way around that, the suspension shouldn't come in the postseason. At the very least, it's too difficult to discern Rondo's intent.
Rajon Rondo, who was enraged with a referee's call late in the Boston Celtics' Game 1 loss to the Atlanta Hawks last night, earned himself an ejection after making contact with referee Marc Davis. According to Rondo, his
ATLANTA — The Boston Celtics lost Game 1 – and they may have lost their floor leader for Game 2. Josh Smith scored 22 points and grabbed 18 rebounds as the Atlanta Hawks built a big lead early, then held on for an 83-74