Game Recognizes Game: Rondo Among Celtic All-Time Elite Point Guards

Rondo showed incredible toughness coming back to play after dislocating his elbow in the Celtics game against the Heat.

As Jim Rome says, “Game recognizes game.”

So when Tiny Archibald said the following, people take note. “But if you look at all the great point guards who have worn the Celtics uniform, Rajon Rondo does more than any of us put together.”

Check out this great story about the progression of Rondo as a point guard.

Rajon Rondo ranks among Celtics greats
He earns the praise of his point-guard predecessors

Big Blue Nation has produced some incredible players over the years, especially with John Calipari in the past three years, but Rajon Rondo may be the best of them all.

Cal's Recruiting Dynasty Continues as Harrison Twins Pick Kentucky

Just adding the Harrison twins makes Kentucky’s 2013 class #1 on most boards.

There wasn’t just one reason. There were many.

It was the proverbial “no brainer.”

With the Harrison twins picking Kentucky, the rest of college basketball is on notice. Until something changes, Kentucky basketball will continue to be the top dog cat.

Number of NCAA Championships Compared to the Cost of Attending

Saw this on Twitter and thought I’d share, given that it’s March Madness. From their site:

With the cost of higher education rising every year, we wondered whether there was correlation between the numbers of NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships and the cost of attendance at these elite universities.

March Madness

Kentucky didn’t do too badly here. If #8 happens in a few weeks, will these numbers change?