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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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  • Elfrid Payton could interest the Magic with the 12th overall pick

    Elfrid Payton could interest the Magic with the 12th overall pick
    When Elfrid Payton entered his senior year at John Ehret High School outside New Orleans, he wasn't even the most highly regarded guard on the varsity basketball team. Payton was only 16 years old, and he looked more like a junior-high student than a...
  • Lakers projected to take Aaron Gordon in NBA mock draft

    The Lakers are a week away from their reward for an unforgettably rough season. Philadelphia, Milwaukee and tons of other teams can also start replenishing their roster in next Thursday's NBA draft after unspeakably bad seasons. This is all...
  • 2014 NBA Draft: Mock 2.0 -- Embiid holds top spot

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Updates LaVine/Warren comments at Nos. 15/17 2014 NBA Draft: Mock 2.0 -- Embiid holds top spot With the San Antonio Spurs returning home to clear more room in their trophy cabinet, all eyes and rumor mill feeders have...
  • James, Anthony headline 2014 NBA free agency

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange James, Anthony headline 2014 NBA free agency All-Stars and all-timers are expected to be available when the long-awaited free agent class of 2014 becomes official. And that's even after Kobe...
  • Lakers can spend up to $28.2 million in new salary-cap projections

    The NBA has raised its salary-cap projection for the 2014-15 season from $62.9 million to $63.2 million. The current salary cap for the 2013-14 season is $58.7 million. The new cap number, which won't officially be set until the NBA completes its annual...
  • Lakers rally in fourth quarter to beat the Celtics, 101-92

    The Lakers overcame an 11-point third quarter deficit with a dominant fourth quarter to sweep the season series against the Boston Celtics with a 101-92 victory on Friday night at Staples Center. Newcomers Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks sparked the...
  • Lakers rally at the finish to beat Celtics, 107-104

    Lakers rally at the finish to beat Celtics, 107-104
    The Lakers didn't do much defensively against the Boston Celtics on Friday night at TD Garden, until the final 3 minutes and 12 seconds when they finally clamped down and rallied for a 107-104 victory. A Gerald Wallace layup gave the Celtics a 104-96...
  • Lakers gain closure with Phil Jackson's departure to New York

    Lakers gain closure with Phil Jackson's departure to New York
    Should the Lakers have hired Phil Jackson to coach the team instead of Mike D'Antoni in 2012?  Will the team fire D'Antoni for Jackson?  Why won't owner/executive Jim Buss hire Jackson to run the team's basketball operations? Finally those questions...
  • Not many change-of-address cards after the trade deadline

    Not many change-of-address cards after the trade deadline
    It was the trade deadline that was nearly D.O.A. Besides the last-minute deal that sent Evan Turner from Philadelphia to Indiana, it was mostly a day of high-profile inactivity. There have been minute-long slug races that produced more movement. Pau...
  • How Lakers might be able to rebuild during Kobe Bryant's last years

    Kobe Bryant is done for the season, but he's already eyeballing next year with high expectations. "It's my job to go out there on the court and perform. No excuses for it. You have to get it done," Bryant said in a news conference on Wednesday, after...
  • Kobe Bryant also needs to blame himself for Lakers' mess

    Kobe Bryant also needs to blame himself for Lakers' mess
    Kobe Bryant forgot to mention someone of note in his rant about the Lakers’ future. Himself. Thanks to Bryant’s payroll-devouring $48.5-million contract over the next two seasons, the Lakers will have little financial wiggle room to...