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Rajon Rondo thinks LeBron James’ dominance isn’t near it’s end

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Rajon Rondo had an incredible roller-coaster of a season for the Chicago Bulls, despite it ending early with a thumb injury. He was benched early in the season and became a key reason his Bulls were able to take a 2-0 lead over the Boston Celtics without home-court advantage.

He joined Kevin Garnett’s Area 21 on the NBA on TNT for what was the reunion of the 2008 NBA Champion Celtics. Along with Garnett, Paul Pierce, Kendrick Perkins, and Glen Davis, Rondo discussed the Eastern Conference as well as the dominance of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Pierce, who was a longtime rival of James, said that LeBron James has about two more years of dominance left in the Eastern Conference.

If you’ve got a team that can stay together for the next five years, because you gotta figure LeBron’s window is open for this year, maybe two more years.”

Rondo, who helped the Bulls sweep the Cavaliers in the regular season, strongly disagreed with Pierce, saying that James is nowhere near done.

“No way,” Rondo said of James only having two good seasons left. “The game is coming to him so easily right now.”

As has been documented, James has been to six straight NBA Finals and looks to be well on his way to a seventh this season. He’s taken down East foes like Paul George, Carmelo Anthony, Paul Pierce,

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