Former Cats in the NBA: 4/9 Edition

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Apr 8, 2012; Boston, MA USA; Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo (9) drives the ball against Philadelphia 76ers shooting guard Evan Turner (12) in the first quarter at the TD Banknorth Garden. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-US PRESSWIRE

Rajon Rondo-Boston Celtics Point Guard The Celtics have been on a tear since the NBA All-Star break, winning 15 of 20 games due in large part to the much improved play of Rondo, who dished out double-digit assists for his 17th consecutive game last night, finishing with 15 dimes along with 7 points to help lead his Celtics to a 103-79 win over the 76ers to take a commanding 3-game lead in the Atlantic Division with 10 games remaining. What once looked like a lost season that would lead to Rondo being traded away, now looks like it could be one to remember if the Celtics continue their much improved play into the NBA playoffs.  

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