Rajon Rondo and the Boston Celtics: Assisted Living

Posted: 10th December 2009 by Thomas Halzack in NBA
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Assisted living means one thing to a 70-something year-old. I know what youÆre thinking I am going to say. But to the CelticsÆ 30-somethings, itÆs a bit different. And theyÆre not quite ready for that kind of assisted living. This teamÆs offense is solidly built around the assist, and it is led by an energetic 23-year-old point guard who was born with the passing gene. IÆm sure that the fact that Doc Rivers was a point guard himself, also made it easy to decide on what kind of offensive philosophy he wanted for this team. Without getting stat crazy, here is the simple pictureà 2009-10: Celtic assisted field goals .647 (2nd)
2008-09: Celtic assisted field goals .607 (3rd in the NBA) The Celtics are currently second in the league in total assists per game with 24.5.
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