Rajon Rondo was just telling us what we already knew about the Miami Heat — those guys do a lot of crying.
Heat Coach Eric Spoelstra basically admitted as much last year when he said that there was some crying in the locker room during a losing streak.
So why should anyone care that Rondo, the Boston Celtics' point guard, pointed out during a halftime interview on ESPN that Miami's players were “complaining and crying to the referees in transition.”
OK, maybe reporter Doris Burke might care that Rondo really didn't answer her question ("What holes were you guys exploiting?"). But surely nobody on the Heat roster would mind that they are being called crybabies yet again, right?