At times during the series, Boston’s Rajon Rondo has been the best player on the floor. And on Sunday afternoon at the Garden, the elusive Celtics guard unveiled a new twist to confound the Cavaliers. After keeping him relatively in check in Game 3, Rondo had his way again on Sunday – turning in a man-sized triple-double and leading both teams in rebounds with 18, as the Celtics muscled past the Wine and Gold, handing Cleveland the 97-87 loss to even the series at 2-2. The Eastern Conference Semis head back for Game 5 on Tuesday night at The Q. “I think it starts with Rondo. He’s kind of the engine that really gets them going,” LeBron James said. “He does everything for them. His performance was unbelievable. James scored 22 points – only one more than he had in the first quarter of Game 3 – and seemed frustrated during a seven-turnover performance.
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