VIDEO: Rajon Rondo, Cameraman Don't See Eye To Eye After Boston Celtics' Game 5 Loss

Note to NBA cameramen: Be careful while taping Rajon Rondo, especially after his team loses a playoff game and his mistake is largely to blame.

After committing a turnover on the final possession of the Boston Celtics' 87-86 loss to the Atlanta Hawks in Game 5 of their first-round playoff series, Rajon Rondo waited for his press conference with his family while a TNT cameraman attempted to film him.

Wearing a jacket that can best be described as "Craig Sager's outtakes," Rondo did not take kindly to being filmed at that moment. He pointed at the cameraman, then approached him.

"Listen, how many times am I going to tell you?" Rondo said. "I told you, quit filming me. Do not film me. I'm not giving an interview right now."

Video of the incident follows:

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