Rajon Rondo thinks the Celtics are ready to take down the Heat. Plenty of people don't agree.
Basketball analyst Al Skinner, a former Boston College coach and six-year NBA veteran, isn't one of the detractors. He knows where Rondo is coming from and why the Celtics think they can hold their own against the Heat.
Skinner talks about Boston's strength and weaknesses, including how Ray Allen will have to step up now that defensive specialist Avery Bradley is out with injury. Skinner also gives a game plan for how the C's can handle Dwyane Wade and LeBron James.
See what Skinner had to say to Randy Scott on NESN Daily.