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Rajon Rondo

Rajon Rondo
Rajon Rondo is a Boston Celtics point guard. Born February 22, 1986 in Louisville, Kentucky, Rondo played two seasons at the University of Kentucky before declaring for the 2006 NBA Draft.
Rajon Rondo is a Boston Celtics point guard. Born February 22, 1986 in Louisville, Kentucky, Rondo played two seasons at the University of Kentucky before declaring for the 2006 NBA Draft. « Show less

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  • No. 2 draft pick could mean end of Jordan Hill's run with Lakers

    No. 2 draft pick could mean end of Jordan Hill's run with Lakers
    With the Lakers winning the second overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft, Jordan Hill's time with the team could be nearing an end.
  • Felton to exercise player option on deal, stay with Mavericks

    Realizing that he can't make more money on the open market, guard Raymond Felton exercised the player option on the final year of his contract with the Dallas Mavericks, multiple sources said. Felton, who turns 31 on June 26, will earn $4.54 million next...

    ASK IRA: Is lottery a defining moment for Heat?

    ASK IRA: Is lottery a defining moment for Heat?
    Q: Ira, enough about the lottery. Pat Riley is not going to play a rookie, unless he wins it. None of the names you have mentioned have been inspiring. -- Jack. A: I largely agree (although Erik Spoelstra makes the playing decisions, for the most part)....

    NBA free agents: Class of 2015

    NBA free agents: Class of 2015
    A look at players who can enter the summer as NBA free agents, with the deadline for most option decisions on June 30. The NBA free-agency negotiation period opens June 1. Atlanta Hawks: Pero Antic (R), Elton Brand, DeMarre Carroll, John Jenkins, Paul...

    Lakers can do the math to get value-added pick in draft's first round

    A week from Tuesday, basketball executives will gather for the NBA draft lottery in New York to watch a bunch of ping-pong balls rattle inside a big glass container. For the Lakers, the spot they end up in could have a huge effect on the franchise's...