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Rondo leads a group of players at charity game

Updated: 20 November 2011 12:19 IST

Celtics guard Rajon Rondo led a group of NBA players in the Boston Charity Classic at Harvard on Saturday night.

Rondo leads a group of players at charity game

Boston:

Celtics guard Rajon Rondo led a group of NBA players in the Boston Charity Classic at Harvard on Saturday night.

Rondo, Celtics teammate Paul Pierce, and former teammates Kendrick Perkins and Leon Powe were among the 11 NBA players in the game that will benefit three local charities.

Jajuan Johnson, Boston's first-round draft pick out of Purdue last spring, also was also on hand, as were Rudy Gay, Josh Smith and Jeff Green.

The players were introduced by their former colleges, or in Perkins' case high school.

The game started by Rondo is one of the many staged by the players during the NBA lockout.

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