Point guard Rajon Rondo and the Boston Celtics have come to terms with a five-year, $55 million dollar extension. What does this mean for the team's future? In the summer of 2007, when they traded for Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett, we knew the window for the team to win a championship was relatively small. Allen had three years left on his contract, while Garnett would be under contract for five years. Here we are in year three and after the trio of Allen, Garnett and Paul Pierce has delivered one NBA championship to Boston, the feeling is that this could be the last year the three future Hall-of-Famers are together. One would figure that the Rondo's extension sends the message that the Celtics want to go younger after the season. After this year, Allen's nearly $20 million contract comes of ...
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