I will be the first to admit it.I hated Rajon Rondo.Whether it was free throw percentage that resembled that of a 7-footer, his erratic dribbling or his reluctance to take an open 18 foot jump shot, I loathed everything about Rajon Rondo that made him the most unconventional guard in the NBA.And although I think I may have been the final member of Celtics' nation to hop on thebandwagon (after game 2 of the Cleveland series), I am officially on and loving every moment of it.But when I watch him play, it is not so easy to identify exactly WHAT it is that has made Rajon Rondo transform himself into one of the best point guards in the NBA.He still does not have a jump shot. Even just watching game 3 of the conference finals today and realizing where Jameer Nelson plays him, I am convinced...

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