One question Celtics' fans may be asking themselves is whether Rajon Rondo is the team's most valuable player.
Rondo left Friday's loss early in the fourth quarter with an unspecified leg injury. Despite battling back to within one point with just over a minute to play, the Rondo-less C's were unable to finish off a comeback and fell to the Thunder (who were without Kevin Durant), 89-84.
On Sunday, the C's lost to the Raptors, 102-101. Filling in for Rondo, Nate Robinson drained a team-high 22 points but dished out just two helpers in the team's second straight loss. The Celts combined for just 17 total assists, which is barely more than what Rondo averages per game himself(14.3).
Suddenly, with Rondo riding pine, this Celtics team appears very vulnerable.