Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce have concerns for Rajon Rondo

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BN0TxHnCcAAj7ZdThe Brooklyn Nets Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce are not walking away from the Boston Celtics and holding their collective tongue regarding the past calender year.

For many that follow the Celtics life feels like the Twilight Zone right about now.

Pierce and Garnett spoke with ESPN and shared their thoughts on how things broke down in Beantown and the potential storm that point guard Rajon Rondo will have to ride out.

Garnett is up first.

“When Ray [Allen] left [for Miami last summer], it was hard for everybody there, ” Garnett said. “We saw Doc [Rivers] leave [for Los Angeles last month], that blew us out of the water. It’s kind of like looking up at the wave coming. And now we’re here, so I can only imagine what Do’s going through. Obviously, I reached out to him, told him what I was going to do or whatever. I’m sure he’s dealing with whatever he’s dealing with, obviously he’s trying to get back with [rehabbing from ACL surgery in February].

“Whatever that whole universe and his world is presenting to him… It’s unfortunate. I had to take away that, what you have established as a brother and as a brotherhood amongst each other, is what you take away from it. Although I’m losing a teammate, I have a friend for life. And that’s how I look at it.”

Pierce echoed Garnett’s sentiments about Rondo.

“Right now, he’s injured, and I told him this is probably going to be the toughest year of your whole career, mentally and physically,” Pierce said. “Physically, you’re dealing with an injury. Mentally, you know nothing but winning since you came into the league… You may be put in a situation where you may not win a lot of games. You have to be a leader now; you know me and Kev are not there anymore.

“You have to go through these times. I’ve been through them. I explained to him how I went through it. I feel like, I’m one of the best players in the league and now… [Rondo is] going to be in that situation for maybe one year or two years, who knows? But you have to be mentally prepared for it, and that’s some of the things we talked about.”

It seems that something special has been extinguished.

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