Rajon Rondo will sit out Monday’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers due to conduct detrimental to the team.
All-time three-point king Ray Allen officially announced his retirement from the NBA on Tuesday, but that wasn’t news to his former Boston Celtics teammate Rajon Rondo.
With so many stars and several franchise anchors changing teams in the NBA this summer, fans have had to resort to some improvisational tactics to ensure that their old jerseys are no longer relics.
Rajon Rondo said all the right things when introduced to the Chicago media on Thursday.
The Chicago Bulls have reportedly found their Derrick Rose replacement.
The Bulls have signed point guard Rajon Rondo to a two-year deal worth $28 million, according to Marc J.
Rajon Rondo reportedly has his sights set on the east coast.
According to Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated, Rondo is interested in playing for the Brooklyn Nets.
Rajon Rondo’s tenure with the Sacramento Kings may prove to be a short one.
Rajon Rondo has been fairly conciliatory toward the Dallas Mavericks since he departed the organization, but deep down there’s still no love lost there.