The Los Angeles Lakers bolstered their backcourt on Tuesday by signing Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to a two-year deal, but that apparently has not stopped their pursuit of Rajon Rondo.
The New York Knicks and free agent point guard Rajon Rondo continue to have mutual interest, according to a report.
The New York Knicks are hoping to groom first-round pick Frank Ntilikina into their point guard of the future, and they are reportedly considering signing Rajon Rondo to mentor the young Frenchman.
A few more free agents made decisions on Tuesday, and that’s expected to have a domino effect. One such domino to fall next could be Rajon Rondo.
The Los Angeles Clippers are in need of some help at guard now that Chris Paul has moved on to the Houston Rockets, and Rajon Rondo is one veteran they could take a look at.
The breakup of the Chicago Bulls continues in earnest.
The team announced Friday that guards Rajon Rondo and Isaiah Canaan would both be waived, ending their tenure with the team.
The Chicago Bulls would like to trade Rajon Rondo, but they have very limited time to accomplish that.
Rondo is set to make $13.
The Chicago Bulls may be about to blow it all up.