Garden Report: Rajon Rondo Gets Near Triple-Double, Bradley Rains Threes and Ray Allen in the Rafters?

On The Garden Report: Celtics Post Game Show, the crew breaks down Rondo's near triple-double and discusses the possibility of Ray Allen's number 20 hanging in the rafters.

BOSTON – Rajon Rondo nearly had a triple-double, but that last point wasn't needed as he led a Boston Celtics victory over a LeBron-less Miami Heat to snap a five-game skid. The Garden Report broke down his performance and heard some frosty comments from him after the game. They also discussed Avery Bradley's career shooting night, retiring Ray Allen's number, Chris Babb's potential for a deal for the rest of the season (a/k/a a few more weeks) and Brandon Bass big third quarter.

The Garden Report is hosted and Executive Produced by Jared Weiss for CLNS Radio & produced by Kyle George for CLNS Radio.

Part 2: Ray Allen in the Rafters?:


Part 3: Boxing Out & Baller of the Night


Watch Rajon Rondo's hilarious post game press conference (warning: explicit language):

Ray Allen spoke before the game about what an honor it would be to have his Celtics jersey retired:

Erik Spoelstra and LeBron James talked before the game about the Heat's stretch run and Spo talked to CLNS Radio about the Phil Jackson hiring:

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