BOSTON - Several sports reporters are saying that Rajon Rondo's injury is yet another example of the Boston Tri-Curses.
Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily stated that it appears to be a sign of The Curse of The Bambino.
He also added that the seriousness of Rondo's injury could also be blamed on The Curse of Bill Buckner as well as the more recent The Curse of Ray Allen.
In any event, many Celtics fans expressed lots and lots of expletives at the news that Rajon has injured his right knee's ACL which stands for Anterior Cruciate Ligament and is not to be confused with the Analytical Concept of Linguistics.
Celtics player Kevin Garnett told Reno that he doesn't really think that it is as bad as it sounds and that little number 9, will most probably be back in the lineup in two weeks.
Miami Heat super star LeBron James, whose team lost to the Celtics in double overtime 100-98, heard Garnett's remark and stated that the only way Rondo will be in a lineup in two weeks is if he robs a bank, is arrested, and is placed in a police lineup.
An unnamed Celtics executive who did not want his name mentioned said that he is going to suggest to the three team owners that they look into possibly trying to trade Rondo and hope to the patron Saint of The Parquet that they receive someone who will at least help them get a fighting chance of somehow making the playoffs.
In A Related Story. ESPN is reporting that since his right knee injury the price of Rondo's #9 Celtics headband has gone from $7.99 to 59 cents. And his bobblehead doll has dropped from $24.99 to $1.19.