Rajon Rondo not know pain. Him not need elbow. Rondo shouldn't have planted his arm like that when Dwyane Wade landed a textbook reverse flying scissors trip, but maybe Rondo doesn't need that arm. It dangled limp at his side as he returned for the fourth quarter to play defense and distribute the ball. He's being lionized as a hero, which is obviously a bit much and also customary. Let's just agree that Rondo is one tough SOB. "It's no big deal," he said of his elbow after the game. "It's not an excuse."