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Rondo is the game-changer

He leads the Celtics to a huge Game 2 win by challenging the Knicks to stop him

Updated: April 20, 2011, 1:53 PM ET
By Peter May | ESPNBoston.com

BOSTON -- For a while there, it looked like we were headed for a reprise of Cleveland, Game 4, 2010. That was the game Rajon Rondo so single-handedly destroyed the favored Cavs (29 points, 18 rebounds, 13 assists) that LeBron James said the Celtics guard was "dominating" the series and offered to guard him. (How did that work out, LBJ?)

It wasn't quite like that Tuesday night, but it's a good thing for the Celtics that No. 9 showed up with his Nicolas Cage game face. He got the Celtics ...

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