We're a quarter into Game 4 of the Celtics-Heat series, and this much is clear:
Rajon Rondo is incredible.
The kid's playing a solid, solid game two days after dislocating his elbow in a gruesome collision with Dwyane Wade.
His left arm's a bit gimpy -- and wrapped like Barry Bonds' -- but he's using it. He even braced himself with it during a first-quarter fall.
If you're not watching this, turn it on. We've been saying all week the Celtics needed a battle of wills to beat Miami. As long as Rondo keeps this up, they might just get it.