Celtics GM Danny Ainge sees Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley as the backcourt of his future.
There's been some chatter that Bradley is better as the point guard, not playing off the ball as he does when Rondo is healthy. Ainge isn't buying that. "I think that combination last year proved to be spectacular, they just didn't get a chance to get together much this year, so it's a little bit unfair," Ainge said. ESPN Boston points out that when Rondo and Bradley were on the floor at the same time last year, the Celtics had a plus 14.7 point differential.