I honestly couldn't agree with this more.
"I’m not worried about this three-point shot," Rivers admitted to the media last weekend. "I think his elbow jump shot is going to be what sets him free. We need him to be a great pick-and-roll player and as long as they are going under the picks you don’t get a lot of action off of the picks. Once he starts making that little elbow shot, then it’s over because if you have to go over top with his speed on a pick-and-roll then he’ll pick the whole team apart."
Rondo confirmed that the elbow jumper is a shot that he's concentrating a lot on now. Makes a ton of sense to me. If he can master that shot, or at least become respectable enough to keep defenders honest with it, then maybe in a year or two he can work on getting that 3 pointer down. But I like the idea of taking it step by step.