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In Game Two, the Lakers guards saw the same thing over and over again: Rajon Rondo running the ball down their throats. This resulted in a series of catch/shoot opportunities for the best catch/shooter in the game, Ray Allen. Thanks to Rondo's penetration, Ray Ray broke the NBA Finals record by sinking eight three-pointers en route to a ridiculously easy 32 points. But it was Rondo that pressured Los Angeles' D from the jump and it was Rondo that sewed up the victory with a brilliant fourth quarter to cap off a 19/12/10 triple double. And of course, there was his breathtaking ball fake on Andrew Bynum that will be replayed for generations to come.

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