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Rondo says he learned no lessons from suspension

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04:38 PM ET 12.04 | If you expected Rajon Rondo to show remorse after being suspended for two games for instigating a skirmish between the Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets last week, think again. The Celtics guard plainly admitted that he did not learn any lessons from not being on the court. He also said that he went to Mexico over the weekend and had trouble not being there for his teammates.

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December 4, 2012  05:07 PM ET

I hope so..............

December 4, 2012  05:18 PM ET

Once a punk, always a punk!

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December 4, 2012  05:35 PM ET
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Once a punk, always a punk!

Wade ???

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December 4, 2012  06:30 PM ET
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Its not about being nice, its about being immature.

He needs to grow up and accept his role as team leader............


Not leading in suspensions either..........

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December 4, 2012  09:09 PM ET

Old school player!!!

December 5, 2012  08:40 AM ET
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wade is in consideration... ron artest also fits the bill.

No Ron, Ron is far from a punk by any stretch. He doesn't do the Kmart moves, or the Wade moves. Ron is a very tough cat from Queensbridge section in New York and trust me it was survival of the fit there....Mob Deep spit about it a lot in their songs and its true. Rondo is no punk either and I actually liked what he did. Wade, however, is as about as punkish as you can get for the past 3yrs. By the way, I'd take Ron any day any year on my team....tough player!

December 5, 2012  09:19 AM ET
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Yup.You can certainly have your guys back.....But you have to start understanding that everyone is watching and listening to every word you say and we are all micro analyzing everything.Even if you didn't learn anything.....don't SAY it

Yeah I agree with that. Even if you feel it was entirely BS and you learned nothing....keep that to yourself.

December 5, 2012  09:36 AM ET

Keep Your Emotions In Check, Bro.

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December 5, 2012  11:08 AM ET
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No Ron, Ron is far from a punk by any stretch. He doesn't do the Kmart moves, or the Wade moves. Ron is a very tough cat from Queensbridge section in New York and trust me it was survival of the fit there....Mob Deep spit about it a lot in their songs and its true. Rondo is no punk either and I actually liked what he did. Wade, however, is as about as punkish as you can get for the past 3yrs. By the way, I'd take Ron any day any year on my team....tough player!

Apple I dont know if Ron is a punk or not but I have seen him pull a few punk moves. He is the classic "Push and shove til you jump in his face type player". He always turns around and walks away when someone steps to him. When Ben Wallace shoved his head damn near away from his neck he sat is tail down on the table. Then jumps on a dufus looking dude in the stands. Like I said he may be a beast but he pulls punk moves. But I always said he does it to irritate other players.

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