Celtic fans wondered what Rajon Rondo had to say about the Ray Allen debacle in Boston.
Many Celtic insiders have been blaming Allen's disaffection and departure on the cold shoulder Rondo often gave him during the games and at dinner.
Now in Paris with the Paris sites, Rondo has tweeted like the magpie birdie. He has sent Celtic Nation a photo of himself before the grand Notre Dame Cathedral.
In case you cannot tell them apart, Rondo is the one in the foreground.
Monuments are always impressive competitors to superstar egos. We can hardly wait for a photo of Rondo next to his spiritual mentor, the Mona Lisa.
It almost seems as if Rondo fits there, like a sculpture by Rodin.
We see him now as a rival to some of the greatest bellringers of all time. Yes, Rondo and Quasimodo.
Rondo tweeted to his loyal followers in French, "Je suis devant…" Did he spell that right?
There can be no response to the Allen comments about leaving Boston when Rondo is in "Parlez-vous Francais?" mood. As Rondo may well tell you, "Je suis une mensonge qui dit toujours la verite."
With basketball players making headlines by crashing their Caddy SUV into telephone polls and signing ridiculous contracts to go to Texas, Rondo seems to be incognito and incommunicado.