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Rajon Rondo on “Crowd Goes Wild”

Rajon Rondo made an appearance on Fox Sports’ “Crowd Goes Wild” earlier this evening. A few highlights from the interview:

When asked about when he’ll come back:

“I’m gonna come back when I’m 100% ready. I’m feeling good every day..um..but we don’t have much practice time so when I’m able to get enough practice time..enough court time on the court to where I feel like I’m ready to go I’ll play.”

Says Brad Stevens is one of the big keys to team’s early success:

“I think everyone is playing for one another, and the new coach Brad Stevens…he’s a very humble person..he’s been a very encouraging coach, everything you do is positive so I think that’s why the guys have responded the way they have. It’s fun playing for a coach that’s always positive and wants you to do the best you can do.”

Check out the rest of the interview below where he responds to all the trade rumors and is even asked how he would fix the Knicks. No really.
*update* Added a couple of bonus clips including Rondo playing “Cornhole” and taking “Questions Out of Left Field”

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  • Curt Hays

    Thanks for posting this, KWAPT! It is really nice to see him getting air time. I wouldn’t have known about it otherwise.

    • KWAPT

      My pleasure Curt. It comes on at 5pm EST and I for one was still commuting home from work. Glad I could share it..

  • Borna Anthony Hlousek

    His name is Rajon, not Rondo.
    I like how his last name has become his first.

  • Chulinho

    Even in cornhole Rondo comes up clutch.

  • chris

    Got here from hooopchina,great to watch some clips with rondo smiling!
    Dang it, cant wait for his return.

  • chuckmckenney

    Molly… Damn.

  • bill_nair

    “everything you do is positive” I think that was Docs biggest flaw. You do something wrong you get thrown in the doghouse for an entire playoff series despite being a teams best option. I’m just happy these guys have bought into Brad. I was afraid he wouldn’t be able to gain their respect this early.