Sullinger on why he'd include Rajon Rondo on his All-Star #NBABallot: "He's the best passing guard in the NBA. He's a walking triple-double"
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) December 11, 2014
Jared Sullinger is probably right on both accounts. Rondo is leading the NBA in assists per game with 10.8, and he owns three of the nine total triple-doubles in the league so far this year (no one else has more than one).
But, he's also shooting just 39.6 percent from the floor, a pathetic 32.4 percent at the free-throw line and scoring only 8.5 points per game. The points and field goal percentage are Rondo's lowest since his rookie year, while the free-throw percentage is obviously his worst ever.
So what do you think, should Celtics fans vote Rondo into the All-Star Game? Sound off in the comments section. And if you believe the answer is "yes," just hit the tweet button below and the title of this article will automatically cast a vote because of his name and the "NBABallot" hashtag.