Rajon Rondo couldn't have been happy with how last night's Game 5 against the Hawks ended. From the view behind an unsuspecting camera last night, it appears as though Rondo's frustration carried over in the moments after the game.
Here's what transpired when a TNT photographer had his lens trained in Rondo's direction:
(It's impossible to know, but we suspect this is the closest this cameraman has come to facing a charging zebra.)
Now Rondo has never been the most media-friendly Celtic. In fact, he's probably the least media-friendly Celtic. Who knows how many times something like this has happened over the course of his career.
Maybe he didn't want to be filmed because he was spending a private moment with family. Maybe he didn't want to be filmed because he was hanging with the enemy, Josh Smith, who happens to be an old high school pal.
But probably, Rondo didn't want to be filmed because he just plain doesn't like being filmed. For what it's worth, his subsequent postgame press conference was just as uneventful and uninteresting as usual.