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Former Cat Rajon Rondo is turning Boston’s ‘Big Three’ into a ‘Big Four’

Rajon Rondo - photo by Ned Dishman | NBAE via Getty Images

- photo by Ned Dishman | NBAE via Getty Images

Rajon Rondo is in the midst of his best season ever as a pro.  With 3.9 seconds left on the clock, third quarter, Boston at Chicago the other night, you could tell it was coming: My pet-peeve play.  Not that anyone on either side consulted me, but when the Celtics inbounded the ball, point guard Rajon Rondo let it roll, let it roll, let it roll. He didn't push the ball up the floor, he escorted it, never touching his pebble-grain pal even as Chicago's Kirk Hinrich met him on the Bulls' side of midcourt.  Read article.

On This Day In UK Basketball History

On February 27, 1956, Kentucky scored 143 points against Georgia for the most points ever scored by a Kentucky team in a single game.

 

On February 27, 1956, Kentucky made 60 field goals against Georgia for the most field goals ever made in a single game by a Kentucky team.

 

On February 27, 2016, freshman Jamal Murray scored 33 points at Vanderbilt.

 

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