The Boston Celtics ground out a win today against the ailing Chicago Bulls, largely because of Rajon Rondo's stellar play. Rondo put up an impressive triple-double with a season-high 32 points, season-high 15 assists, and 10 rebounds. His most impressive highlight of the night came on a breakaway mid-first quarter when he took a full-court pass in stride, and put it perfectly through his legs to Chris Wilcox for the slam. Rondo has now had at least 14 assists in three of the past five games, and has had at least seven in the past six games. If the Celtics want a high spot in the East, they are going to need Rondo to continue putting up these kind of numbers.
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