Let the Rajon Rondo-Knicks rumors begin again in earnest.
Respect runs deep between Kings guard Rajon Rondo and Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. It just does so in a bizarre and beautiful way.
Carmelo Anthony is not planning to take a back seat when the New York Knicks begin rebuilding their roster this offseason.
Rajon Rondo is full of attitude, and that even comes clear in his interviews.
The New York Knicks need a point guard and may pursue one in free agency, but it seems safe to say that said point guard won’t be Rajon Rondo.
Rajon Rondo sat out Tuesday night’s game against the Dallas Mavericks with a back injury, but the Sacramento Kings point guard did his best to impact the game from the bench.
Rajon Rondo’s brief stint with the Dallas Mavericks last season flopped worse than Vlade Divac in the early 2000s.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver acknowledged recently that he chose to handle the Rajon Rondo suspension delicately in order to avoid outing referee Bill Kennedy as gay.