I swear, Rajon Rondo could be a quarterback in the NFL by how great his passes are on the court.

The Boston Celtics point guard displayed that in Game 4 against the Philadelphia 76ers.

It all started in the first quarter, where Rondo stole a pass, made a sweet behind-the-back dribble, and then delivering the open pass to Brandon Bass to give the C's a quick 16-2 lead with 7:35 remaining.

Rondo came back about a minute later, getting good defense played on him. Somehow, he was able to get a pass down the middle of the lane, making a slant pass to Paul Pierce for the score to put Boston up 18-3.

Despite the team's dominance in that time, they would end up losing the game 92-83. They are now tied with the 76ers, 2-2, in the series.

Rondo played like Rondo, having 15 points and 15 assists for the game.

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