All around the cramped and joyless interview room in the bowls of Madison Square Garden, reporters raised their eyebrows and began working their fingers and thumbs on their mobile devices. Really? Mike D’Antoni went there? “I’d like to see him play in Minnesota and see how he does,” D’Antoni said. The him in question was Rajon Rondo, and to be fair D’Antoni added that he thought Rondo was a good player. “Really, really good,” in fact. Too late.