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Rajon Rondo received his first career ejection during Sunday’s game against the Detroit Pistons for throwing the ball at a official Sean Wright.
Rondo felt he was fouled. The official did not blow his whistle, and Rondo started to argue his case. He then underhanded the ball at the official, hitting him in the chest.
On Monday, the NBA decided to suspend Rondo for two games (starting against the Mavericks Monday), but does the punishment fit the crime?
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