Rajon Rondo is one of the smartest basketball players in the NBA, but how does he fare in an actual classroom? Pretty well, apparently.
The Celtics point guard dropped by some schools on Tuesday morning to meet with kids, and he also did a little teaching of his own.
At Burke High School in Dorchester, the All-Star took to the whiteboard to teach some algebra.
“Teaching freshman algebra with Ms. Oshodi at Burke high school this AM. Thx for having me,” Rondo tweeted.
Rondo also hung out with the kids at Harbor Middle School.
See a photo of Rondo teaching algebra below.