So, only 55 more wins until the Celtics  set the all-time NBA record for wins in a season. That means the Celtics need to go 55-7 the rest of the way. Based on what we’ve seen so far this season, there’s no reason to think they can’t do it. The latest example came on Wednesday. As the Indiana Pacers  showed of making a courageous run to stay in the game in the third quarter, Rajon Rondo  reminded everyone that he just might be the MVP of the team, lighting it up for 16 points while handing out a career-best 17 assists. Just think, that’s MVP Rondo on the same team with Paul Pierce , Kevin Garnett  and vintage Ray Allen , who is tearing it up for the Green so far this season. Now you see why there are those who feel this team may be on the verge of something historic.