Arguably one of the reasons why the Celtics found their share of troubles with the Heat in the series— starting point guard Rajon Rondo fell to the ground underneath of Dwyane Wade, dislocating his elbow in the collision in the second half of Game 3. Rondo would make a return that game, helping to lead the Celtics to their one win of the series.
Since joining the Celtics, Rondo has elevated his game season after season, finding himself in today's conversations as one of the more talented point guards the NBA has to offer.
Despite his early success in the league, Rondo is a player that still has his share of room to improve his game and better help his Celtics team. Going into this offseason Rondo knows as well as any player in the Celtics locker-room that there are still plenty of areas where the young talent needs to improve.
Here are the five areas where Rondo must improve going into next season in order to help keep the Boston Celtics a championship contender.