Rajon Rondo talks about his relationship with Doc Rivers, his own coachability, and more

Boston.com's Celtics Blog posted a series of videos released by Red Bull, where Celtics Point Guard Rajon Rondo discussed numerous topics. Aside from revealing that Courtney Lee has the best Doc Rivers impression on the team, Rondo also discussed his relationship with Doc Rivers, and the issue of whether being coachable is the responsibility of the athlete or the coach. In speaking on his relationship with Doc, who may or may not return next season, Rondo said:
"I pretty much know what he's going to say. I've been playing for him for seven years, and we've pretty much always been on the same page, especially now... Each year we're growing, we're communicating better, learning each other more and more each year." Rondo also said of Rivers, "I wouldn't rather play for any other coach."
Rondo also spoke about the difficulties he encountered in his first year in the NBA, and how he relied on many mentors that he had to call that year. When asked if he was hard to coach, Rondo stated:
"I still am. It's not that I'm hard to coach, it's just that I may challenge what you say. I know the game myself, I'm out there playing the game. So I may have saw something different versus what you saw from the sideline. I'm going to be respectable. I'm going to let the coach talk."
In addition, Rondo demonstrated his skills at Connect Four, and spoke about his algebra skills: