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Rajon Rondo Says The Heat Are Crying

Taking shots at the Miami Heat is almost like a National pastime. While it may not be to the severity of the 2010-2011 season, the Heat are still the team that everybody loves to hate and looks for any little thing to complain about with them. Some of it for cause, a lot of it invalid, but that's par for the course with the NBA's "Super Team."

The Heat and Celtics are currently battling it out in Game 4 with Boston looking to tie the series at two games apiece and Miami looking to bury them in a 3-1 hole. But Rajon Rondo fired the latest shot at the guys from South Beach during his halftime interview tonight. More after the jump...

As you can see, there is no love lost between these two teams. However, when it comes to criticism, it's one thing to be disparaged by people outside of the NBA "fraternity," it's another thing entirely when the negative talk comes from within.

You can bet the Heat will use Rondo's statement as fuel in the rest of this series, too.

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