Watch Rajon Rondo show the behind-the-back fake to reverse layup


Rajon Rondo has had the fake-behind-the-back pass in his back pocket for years, pulling it out now and then for a bucket.

He pulled it out against Denver. Rondo blew past Emmanuel Mudiay like he was a traffic cone, then when Jusuf Nurkic provided the help Rondo broke out the sick fake and turned it into a reverse layup.

It wasn’t enough. Denver executed better down the stretch and got a quality 110-107 win at home.