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How much are the Big3 willing to sacrifice to win?

Would they be willing to see Rajon Rondo average 35 a game in this series and only average 12-15 themselves if it meant winning the series? Or do they have to always get there 15-20 shots up? , I appreciate that they have shared the load with each other these past 3 seasons. It is clear as day that Rondo is too quick for Cleveland to guard , why does he always have to give it up in the fourth for their touches. I just have a hard time believing that they would be willing to take THAT big of a back seat to him given their HOF resumes and the star players that they are, but when you have a big advantage at one position why not ride it until it is stopped.Let Rajon handle the ball and make the decisions with it, they can get there shots off of his speed and penetration , let him do 95% of the decision making.It is the BOSTON Celtics that are number One not them.If that is BOSTON's best chance to win the series that is what should happen

 

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