Keyon Dooling: strength, courage, & integrity

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In a candid interview with CSNNE.com's Jessica Camerato, Keyon Dooling opens up about his history of abuse, his responsibilities as a role model and provider, and insight to his brotherhood with Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett.

I'll take Jay King's lead at CelticsTown and just link everybody to Jessica Camerato's heart-to-heart sit down with Keyon Dooling. He opens up about his history of abuse, his responsibilities as a role model and provider, and his brotherhood with Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett.

When he joined the Celtics a year ago, the only things I knew about him was that he was a great two-way guard that could come off the bench and provide a spark, that he was vice president of the NBPA and vital in brokering the lockout, and that Doc Rivers loved him. Now I know why. Read Camerato's interview and you'll understand why Dooling was so beloved in the locker room and around the league.

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