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Christopher L. Gasper

No apologies from defiant Rajon Rondo

WALTHAM — He didn’t say he was sorry. He didn’t say he was wrong. He didn’t say he wouldn’t do it again. Rajon Rondo doesn’t back down, and he doesn’t back off. That’s what makes the Celtics point guard one of the game’s toughest players to define and decode.

If stubborn had a Hall of Fame, Rondo would be a shoo-in.

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