LeBron May Guard Rondo More in Game 5
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) – Cavaliers coach Mike Brown says LeBron
James might play more defense on Boston guard Rajon Rondo in Game 5
of their playoff.
Rondo had 29 points, 18 rebounds and 13 assists in the Celtics'
97-87 win Sunday that evened the series at 2-2.
James is one of the NBA's top defenders. But Brown said Monday
he is reluctant to have James go head-to-head with Rondo because he
has been doing such a good job on Paul Pierce.
Pierce is averaging just 11.8 points and shooting 32 percent in
four games. Brown says if a smaller player guards Pierce it could
“open another can of worms.” Rondo says he doesn't really care
who's guarding him.
The Cavaliers had a light workout Monday. Game 5 is Tuesday.