Rondo: 'I don't take back what I said'
In his interview with ESPN's Doris Burke immediately after the Celtics' 93-91 overtime victory over the Heat on Sunday night, Rajon Rondo was asked whether he expected any repercussions from saying the Heat were "complaining and crying to the referees" during his halftime interview.
"What I said was true," Rondo said. "I don't take back what I said. That's what it is."
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