Normally, I’m not using an entire take on a guy who just lost a game but I could fire 6 on Rondo if I wanted to. No one had more pressure on them going into Game 2 than Rajon Rondo. Not LeBron James. Not Dwyane Wade. No one. It was all on him because he was the one that said the Heat had to hit the deck for Boston to win. And as busted up as everyone around him is, he was the one that had to get off for them to have any chance of staying in that series. And he did. All night, in every imaginable way. For 53 minutes.