|Rajon Rondo on All-Star: ‘To be loved by so many people … it’s a great feeling’||01.18.13 at 8:08 pm ET|
“It’s a great feeling, especially being named this way amongst your fans, so many votes,” Rondo said. “It’s humbling and it’s a grateful experience for me.
“To be loved by so many people rooting for me and wanting me to be a starter in the East, it’s a great feeling.”
This is Rondo’s fourth All-Star selection, being named each year since 2010.
Rondo said he will target KG in the post and is still hoping Paul Pierce makes it as a reserve.
“I’m a little bit biased but without Paul, we wouldn’t be where we are right now,” Rondo added. “He’s been Mr. Consistent and he’s brought it every night for us. He’s always carried the load or scoring, which we need at times, so I’d definitely consider Paul as well.”
His mission? To end a run of Western Conference dominance in the game.
“I’ll still try to run the show,” Rondo said. “I want to win this year. We haven’t won in a while ‘¦ but we definitely want to win this year.”
|NBA: Official Three-Point Shootout Field||02.05.10 at 3:29 pm ET|
The NBA officially announced the 2010 Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout Field on Friday afternoon. Eddie House revealed that Pierce would be competing on Dale & Holley this past Thursday. Chauncey Billups of the Denver Nuggets joins Pierce to headline a field of six in this year’s Shootout. The event will be held on Saturday, Feb. 13, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas as part of NBA All-Star Saturday Night. Pierce will hope to dethrone defending champion Daequan Cook of the Miami Heat.
FOOT LOCKER THREE-POINT SHOOTOUT YEAR-BY-YEAR WINNERS
1986 – Larry Bird, Boston
1987 – Larry Bird, Boston
1988 – Larry Bird, Boston
1989 – Dale Ellis, Seattle
1990 – Craig Hodges, Chicago
1991 – Craig Hodges, Chicago
1992 – Craig Hodges, Chicago
1993 – Mark Price, Cleveland
1994 – Mark Price, Cleveland
1995 – Glen Rice, Miami
1996 – Tim Legler, Washington
1997 – Steve Kerr, Chicago
1998 – Jeff Hornacek, Utah
2000 – Jeff Hornacek, Utah
2001 – Ray Allen, Milwaukee
2002 – Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento
2003 – Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento
2004 – Voshon Lenard, Denver
2005 – Quentin Richardson, Phoenix
2006 – Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas
2007 – Jason Kapono, Miami
2008 – Jason Kapono, Toronto
2009 – Daequan Cook, Miami
|Rondo, Pierce named to All-Star team||01.28.10 at 7:31 pm ET|
Rajon Rondo and Paul Pierce were officially added to the Eastern Conference All-Star team Thursday. Rondo and Pierce join teammate Kevin Garnett, who was voted in as a starter, to give the Celtics three representatives; more than any other team.
This is Rondo’s first selection to the All-Star team. This is Pierce’s eighth All-Star nod.
The rest of the Eastern Conference reserves:
|Ray Allen on his future and Big Baby on D&H||01.21.10 at 3:03 pm ET|
Celtics guard Ray Allen check in with the Dale & Holley Show on Thursday afternoon. The Celtics star analyzed his team’s struggles in the third quarter during its recent slump, his thoughts on the exchange between Glen Davis and a fan in Detroit on Thursday, and how Allen is viewing his future given that he is currently in the fifth and final year of his current deal.
A complete transcript is below. To listen to the interview, click here.
What happened in the second half against the Pistons?
We’ve been having problems in the third quarter. As a team we talked about it last night, we talked about it previous games ‘ third quarter, our energy has to be better than it is. It’s something that’s been plaguing us as a team, again, we’ve talked about it, and everybody’s ready to do better. Read the rest of this entry »