Here is a fun game to play with your friends down below in the comments. Basically, what we’re trying to find out is how Rajon Rondo described himself to the Boston Globe.

His descriptoid for your consideration:

“I have become more of a [expletive] now,’’ [Rondo] said. “People say I am big-headed, but that comes with it.’’

There are a lot of possible explanations, but here’s my best guess: “super cool guy.”

Not only does it make sense from a the-word-”a”-followed-by-a-word-that-starts-with-a-consonant standpoint, it also makes total sense when you consider that people who are super cool are often tSohought to be big-headed. It fits and it’s perfect and I think we can all agree that Rondo is a pretty cool guy. We might have to ask Michael Beasley if he’s “super cool,” but it would certainly jibe with the syntax. Only problem is it’s not an expletive, but just forget about that.

Like Charles Barkley said, “I may be wrong but I doubt it.” Nonetheless, there’s a chance I am. If so, it’d be pretty great if you filled in the correct answer down below. Fun times.