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March 11, 2013
Reading Lee Jenkins's story on Rajon Rondo was like tracking a maniacal basketball genius. Rondo's approach to the game and his abilities as a point guard are a sight to behold. While some may think the Celtics are winning in Rondo's absence because they feel unshackled from his dominance on the court, I think it is more a testament to the knowledge he passed on to them.
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March 11, 2013

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John Ehrmann, Atlanta

Arm's Race

While I loved Tom Verducci's article on Bryce Harper (Washington's Monument), I think he should have expounded more on Harper's amazing throwing arm. I've seen Harper play centerfield in 10 games for the Nationals' organization (four in the minors and six in the majors), and in those games he threw out at least four runners at home. Maybe Washington is downplaying his arm strength because it wants opponents to keep challenging him. Nevertheless, the kid has a cannon.

Gary Knight, Solomons, Md.




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