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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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  • Celtics' Rondo, Smart out vs. Bulls

    Celtics' Rondo, Smart out vs. Bulls
    The Boston Celtics will be without guards Rajon Rondo and Marcus Smart for Saturday's game against the Bulls. Rondo is expected to miss just one game after having the screws removed from his surgically repaired left hand on Saturday morning. The star...
  • The Times' basketball rankings

    Last week’s ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday’s games: 1. HOUSTON: Rockets are scoring points (104.3, eighth-best in NBA) and playing defense (89.7, second-best). (9) 2. GOLDEN STATE: Warriors (4-0) are off to their best...
  • Derrick Rose out again; coach Tom Thibodeau ponders NBA grind

    Saturday night's marquee backcourt matchup featuring the Bulls' Derrick Rose and the Celtics' Rajon Rondo at the packed United Center was postponed because of medical concerns. Somehow, the game went on — the fourth in five nights for the Bulls....
  • Balanced Celtics Hold Off Bulls In Chicago

    Balanced Celtics Hold Off Bulls In Chicago
    CHICAGO -- Evan Turner had 19 points and six assists as the Boston Celtics held on for a 106-101 win over the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night. Seven players scored in double figures for the Celtics (3-3), who shot 51.9 percent from the field and...
  • Celtics Comeback Falls Short Against Mavericks

    Celtics Comeback Falls Short Against Mavericks
    DALLAS -- Dirk Nowitzki and Chandler Parsons had the Dallas Mavericks on the way to a blowout before another poor third quarter got in the way. Despite the surge by the Boston Celtics after halftime, the Mavericks held on for a 118-113 victory Monday...
  • Magic's salary-cap situation for 2015-16 is in clearer focus

    Magic's salary-cap situation for 2015-16 is in clearer focus
    Now that the Oct. 31 deadline for contract extensions has passed, the Orlando Magic's salary-cap situation for the summer of 2015 is in clearer focus. If the Magic wind up with, say, the third overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft and if the cap for the...
  • On The Fly: Boston Says Goodbye To Beloved Mayor

    On The Fly: Boston Says Goodbye To Beloved Mayor
    RIP Boston Mayor Tom Menino, who died of cancer Thursday at 71. Menino might have been infamous for messing up Boston athletes' names — he referred to Kevin Garnett as "KJ" and Rajon Rondo as "Hondo" and Rob Gronkowski as "Gonk" — but when...
  • Season too long? Axe preseason games

    A new topic up for debate in the NBA is an old topic: The length of the season. And guess what? People are saying it's still too long. In the latest version, superstars LeBron James and Dirk Nowitzki believe 82 games are way too many, although they...
  • ASK IRA: Was cutting ties with Beasley premature by the Heat?

    ASK IRA: Was cutting ties with Beasley premature by the Heat?
    Q: Given the Heat's need for youth, athleticism and players who can create their own shot, I am shocked we gave up on Michael Beasley. Plus he was a fan favorite, a minimum salary and Pat Riley has a motivation for loyalty and "making things work." Will...
  • NBA preview: Eastern Conference

    NBA preview: Eastern Conference
    (in predicted order of finish) 1. Cavaliers 2013-14: 33-49. Coming: Coach David Blatt, LeBron James, Kevin Love, Mike Miller, Shawn Marion, Brendan Haywood, James Jones. Going: Coach Mike Brown, Anthony Bennett, Luol Deng, Spencer Hawes, C.J....
  • On The Fly: A 'Nap-Time' Decision For Rondo

    On The Fly: A 'Nap-Time' Decision For Rondo
    Rajon Rondo told reporters Monday he was 79 percent likely to play in the Celtics' Wednesday night opener against the Brooklyn Nets. On Tuesday, he asked coach Brad Stevens to tell the media he's 83 percent. By Wednesday night? Bet on 100 percent. Rondo,...