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Mr. Rondo’s Algebra class

What did Rajon Rondo do on his day off today?

He crashed Ms. Oshodi’s class at Burke High School in Boston to teach freshman math. TMZ says Rondo planned the visits himself just because he wanted to.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

19 Comments for Mr. Rondo’s Algebra class



  1. RealCatsFan
    7:11 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    Didn’t know Rondo was a math wiz. Did he go back to school to complete his degree?



  2. clever
    7:25 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    algebra, seventh grade math.



  3. Rondo is heartless
    7:26 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    Friend of mine lost one of his young twin sons in a car accident. The young boy had been to Rondo’s camp that summer. When his high school coach Bibby heard the news he called the boys father to offer his apologies and told the father that he spoken with Rondo and he wanted to bring the family to a game a speak to the remaining twin brother. Atlanta was going to be the closest ciity, and Rondo would send tickets. He never did finally Mr. Bibby(who is a first class person) got back a hold of the family and told them that Rondo had decided not to take the time to see them and he wasnt man enuff to tell them his self. He’s a prick. Was a horrible thing to do to a family grieving the death of a 12 year old boy.



  4. gocats32
    7:49 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    3, totally agree.. i never liked rondo, always seemed like a strange person, met him a couple times..

    on another note, i saw indiana has 2 freshmen who have to sit out 9 games each due to impermissible benefits from an iu booster totaling around 15,000 i think.. they are allowing them to pay it back and play.. funny, they didn’t let kanter do that..



  5. Walter Sobchak
    7:49 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    2) What? Rondo wasn’t learning, he was teaching the class. What are you bitching about? Seems like a cool thing for Rondo to do, I think.



  6. Cats9
    7:51 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    Where did he get 5x = anything from that equation? Just sayin… I’m thinking 3x=42 or x=14.



  7. Punter U
    7:58 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    #6, I’m not a math whiz…but in that equation, x=14, so 5x=70 would be correct.



  8. ukbabydoc
    8:05 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    Hey 6 and 7. Hi from the Nerd-ry. You guys are both right….

    What I think 6 was getting at is that if the second equation is supposed to be a derivative from the above, that doesn’t make sense. And that would be correct. You’re not getting 5x anywhere.

    But by the observation from 7, if you multiply 14 five times, then yes you get 70.

    The only thing that makes sense, is that the two equations are separate, but connected in as much as both x’s equal 14

    There, I’m putting the calculator down and gonna go play D&D….. hehehehe…snort.



  9. Rondos morning thoughts
    8:14 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    I must take someone to school today



  10. jaxcats8503
    8:25 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    In related news, Eric Bledsoe taught Algebra 2 this morning at a high school in L.A.



  11. Joe
    8:37 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    Two Indiana freshmen must sit out 9 games. Cheaters!



  12. Newton
    9:33 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    If

    q=-1/2(b-sqrt(b^2-4ac))=1/2(-b+sqrt(b^2-4ac))
    (20)
    1/q = 2/(-b+sqrt(b^2-4ac))(b+sqrt(b^2-4ac))/(b+sqrt(b^2-4ac))=(2(b+sqrt(b^2-4ac)))/(-b^2+(b^2-4ac))
    (21)
    = (b+sqrt(b^2-4ac))/(-2ac)=(-b-sqrt(b^2-4ac))/(2ac)

    resolution = UK wins



  13. Smead4
    10:41 pm November 6, 2012 Permalink

    X=14



  14. Cat fab
    5:48 am November 7, 2012 Permalink

    Rondo strikes me as a Kareem Abdul Jabar type personality. Kareem was a very independent thinker. Along with Rondo’s recent fashion internship, I really commend Rondo on expanding his knowledge base while his peer group spends inordinate amounts of time on video games.



  15. R. Smith
    6:25 am November 7, 2012 Permalink

    that is actually quite awesome



  16. Genius
    7:59 am November 7, 2012 Permalink

    It took me 10 minutes to remember how to do that math problem.



  17. Head Bussa
    9:45 am November 7, 2012 Permalink

    3 — Lie.



  18. James K
    11:08 am November 7, 2012 Permalink

    I heard he deflected a note that a kid on the back row tried to pass, and dunked it in the trash — and one.



  19. Rondo is heartless
    1:50 pm November 7, 2012 Permalink

    #17 not a lie. Any body who would use to death of a child for any agenda is sickening. I’m sure their is more people on here from Perry County who will tell you the same story. Verry sad when a 12 year old was hit by a car.