Rondo would never play for Utah. But If he did I'd predict that his assist numbers would drop, shot attempts would increase, and his field goal percentage would decrease. Also have a hunch it would take no more than three games for jazzfanz to complain about his poor shooting ability. And his defense would become more passive because it is pretty apparent that the jazz management cares very little about this aspect of the game.
Rondo would still be an excellent player, one of the premier point guards in the league. I am simply making an educated guess that his efficiency would be slightly less playing for the jazz as opposed to the c's. He would still be one of the most efficient players in the league, and would make the jazz better no doubt. I am not saying he is bad, or would be bad for the jazz.
Curious as to the evidence I could use for this situation. You think maybe his stats in games where pierce and Allen were out or something along those lines? No clue, what they are. They could entirely contradict my viewpoint
I was simply calling you out if you were like too many others that cite Rondo's success being directly tied to Pierce and Garnett.
Rondo's a stud, imo. He would make us twice as good immediately .................................. imo.
E.J. Wells vs. NAOS
Pre-season mock (7/13/13) - page 111
guys, QUIT wet dreaming!
The Jazz have enough assets to make Boston at least consider it. Dream is on.
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