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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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  • Mavericks defeat Suns as they seek cohesion before playoffs

    DALLAS All the Dallas Mavericks can do in the next week is work on their game and wait to find out who they play in the first round of the playoffs. They are stuck with the No. 7 seed in the Western Conference and, as owner Mark Cuban knows, things could...
  • NBA's Western Conference has six legitimate title contenders

    NBA's Western Conference has six legitimate title contenders
    Anything could happen in the stockpiled, stockpiled West. Clippers Coach Doc Rivers likes to say that four very good teams will be disappointed after losing in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs, but the sunny-side-up news is that six...
  • Another Lakers loss, but another strong game for Jordan Clarkson

    Another Lakers loss, but another strong game for Jordan Clarkson
    The Lakers have had a lot of problems this season. They finally have a nice one. It centers on the 46th player taken in last year's draft. Is Jordan Clarkson their point guard of the future? He had another strong game amid yet another loss Wednesday,...
  • Warriors beat Mavs 123-110 for home court, 12th straight win

    The Splash Brothers had a little help from the big guys, and the Golden State Warriors had a little present for record-setting coach Steve Kerr. Klay Thompson scored 21 points, Marreese Speights and Andre Iguodala had 18 apiece with a little long-range...
  • Mavs sputter late against Rockets; Parsons leaves with knee soreness

    DALLAS The seasonlong trend of treading water continued for the Mavericks Thursday night. They aren't drowning. At least not yet. But neither are they going swimmingly. The Mavs got whipped, 108-101, by the Houston Rockets at American Airlines Center...
  • Mavs beat Thunder 135-131 despite Westbrook triple-double

    Dallas coach Rick Carlisle has been in the NBA as a player or coach for most of the past 30 years. He's seen few games like the one Wednesday night. Monta Ellis scored 26 points, and Carlisle's Mavericks withstood a triple-double from Russell...
  • Brad Townsend: Mavericks' Nowitzki as synonymous to his franchise as any

    According to nerdy sportswriter math, the Mavericks will play their 3,000th game Sunday. That's 2,814 regular-season games and 186 playoff contests. It's a factoid of little relevance, other than it being a round number and a timely excuse to mention...
  • Loss to Pacers deepens state of flux Mavs are in, pushes Dallas closer to eighth seed

    INDIANPOLIS If you're willing to use one game as an adequate sample size, you can make the argument that the Mavericks' offense looked better without Monta Ellis than it looked with him. The defense, however, can continue to be described in three words....
  • Ellis injured as Mavs fall to Spurs, 94-76

    SAN ANTONIO It's always interesting when the Mavericks crank up their defensive effort to playoff-grit levels. They did that against San Antonio Friday night. The only problem was that the Spurs did, too. And the defending champions are still better at...
  • Jordan Clarkson's rebounding has been pleasant surprise for Lakers

    Jordan Clarkson's rebounding has been pleasant surprise for Lakers
    Mark Madsen knows a few things about life. Dancing wouldn't be one of them. But rebounding delights him to no end. The Lakers assistant coach lights up when asked about Jordan Clarkson's penchant to grab quite a few boards for a point guard. The...
  • Monta Ellis' 38-point outburst helps Mavs beat Spurs, 101-94

    DALLAS Two teams came into American Airlines Center on opposite ends of the confidence spectrum Tuesday night. The result was anything but predictable. The Mavericks, fresh off a weak effort in Phoenix on Sunday, stepped up their game against the...