The beef between Rajon Rondo and Chris Paul apparently got even more personal after their actual physical altercation on Saturday night.
Chris Paul is not known for getting into physical fights on the court, so you know something had to be different about Saturday’s incident to set him off. And we know what it was.
Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo and Brandon Ingram were all ejected from Saturday night’s Houston Rockets-Los Angeles Lakers game after throwing punches during a fight in the fourth quarter.
Rajon Rondo showed off his neighborly side before the Los Angeles Lakers’ preseason game against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night.
The Los Angeles Lakers have bolstered their backcourt by agreeing to a deal with Rajon Rondo, and there has been some talk that he could potentially start over Lonzo Ball in the wake of Ball’s
Rajon Rondo will have the chance to start for the Los Angeles Lakers if he earns the role.
The Golden State Warriors-New Orleans Pelicans series is starting to heat up, as is the one-on-one rivalry between Draymond Green and Rajon Rondo.
Rajon Rondo is not a fan of his nickname, which is meant to be a compliment towards him.
Rondo told The New York Times’ Marc Stein that he hates his “Playoff Rondo” nickname.