Rajon Rondo made sure that the team got a head start on bonding as a team when he called everyone together for informal workouts in L.A. Sounds like it was worthwhile for everyone.
Celtics rookie Jared Sullinger got his first real dose of live action with his veteran teammates last week in Los Angeles during a series of team scrimmages organized by Rajon Rondo. "That was fun. We had great team bonding," Sullinger said prior to taking a duck boat tour of Boston on Thursday. "Everybody went out. Everybody had fun, played ball. We never saw nobody go one-on-one. Everybody all went as a group. So, we just developed team chemistry."
After Media Day the team will fly overseas for another opportunity to grow together as a team - not unlike the experience they had in 2007-08. That season turned out pretty well if I recall.