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(NECN) - Mike Giardi welcomes Scott Souza of the MetroWest Daily News into the NECN studio to discuss the Boston Celtics, who have fallen from grace, losing 7 of their past 9. One area critics can point to would be the play of point guard Rajon Rondo. "He has regressed a little bit," Souza said. "One of the things that he has to keep doing -- one of the things I liked that he did (Friday) night -- was even if things aren't going his way, he has to keep pushing the basketball. He can't walk the basketball up the court, because that really allows the defense to sag off of him." Rondo is not known for his shot. Actually, he is known to not have a good shot -- a trait that has led some teams to play a defender off of him, serving as a rover to give help defense on the other four players the Celtics have on the floor. "He should have locked himself in a gym and shot 500 jumpers a day from 16 to 18 feet," Giardi said. "Because we knew he could get to the basket against pretty much about anybody. If you add that part to your game, it just makes them so much more dangerous." Check out the full interview in the video player above.