"… it was really cool to see him do that… you can tell he was really emotional about it. It was really nice. Adversity sometimes bonds and makes your team continue to grow. And we've had a lot of that this year. So it was good"
You should really click that link and listen to Doc talk about Rajon. It's great stuff. Doc is clearly 100% behind Rajon while also acknowledging that what he did was not very bright. But it's part of the learning process for Rajon, and hopefully he's learned.
Waiting for the guys outside the bus and thanking them all, though… that's a sign of maturity. They made sure to say after Game 2 that they had his back and he made sure to let them know he had theirs.
I said it before I heard this, and now it's just solidified it for me: Rajon Rondo is going to go off in Game 3. No doubt in my mind. It will be a clinic.