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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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  • Lakers' Week 25 in review

    Lakers' Week 25 in review
    The Lakers finished Week 25, and the 2014-15 season, with a pair of losses to the Sacramento Kings and a 21-61 record -- the worst winning percentage in franchise history. Week 24 ended with a 120-106 loss to the Dallas Mavericks.  Kobe Bryant and...
  • ASK IRA: Is a gradual rise the more likely Heat outlook?

    ASK IRA: Is a gradual rise the more likely Heat outlook?
    Q: Here is only one person I believe in affiliated with the Heat: Pat Riley. Pat will do what's necessary to put the Heat back in the hunt. But a run like they just had with LeBron James, fans need to know it doesn't work quite that easy. Not even the...
  • Mitch Kupchak says Lakers can be in 'hunt quickly' after lost season

    Mitch Kupchak says Lakers can be in 'hunt quickly' after lost season
    Eons have seemingly come and gone since Mitch Kupchak's declaration last September that "our expectations are to win a championship." It's hard to imagine a Lakers season that felt longer than this one. So many losses, so many questions, so many...
  • Lakers' Jordan Clarkson aiming 'to be my own player'

    Lakers' Jordan Clarkson aiming 'to be my own player'
    Jordan Clarkson was the Lakers' lone bright spot this season, possibly carving out a spot on the NBA's all-rookie team while making a lot of teams regret passing him up in last year's draft. He actually watched the draft eight to 10 times this season...
  • Why the Lakers stunk so bad this season, and how they can recover

    Why the Lakers stunk so bad this season, and how they can recover
    The Lakers are in utter disarray, meekly finishing their worst season ever with a 122-99 loss Wednesday to the almost-as-meek Sacramento Kings. The hand-wringing has been nonstop among the fan base, a championship never seeming so far away. What went...
  • ASK IRA: Do Hassan, Goran make 2014-15 a net gain?

    ASK IRA: Do Hassan, Goran make 2014-15 a net gain?
    Q: As a fan and season-ticket holder, I had hoped the Heat would be in the playoffs. As a realist, missing them was destined to happen this year. Looking forward, it will be exciting to see how Pat Riley utilizes his current assets to reinvent this team....
  • Born leader Matt Coleman excels for Boo Williams, contemplates transfer to prep school

    Born leader Matt Coleman excels for Boo Williams, contemplates transfer to prep school
    HAMPTON – Boo Williams spotted me outside his office Sunday afternoon and, like most, went last-name casual. “Teel, you need to talk to me?” I told him Matt Coleman was my first priority. “You’re a smart man,”...
  • Rajon Rondo, Kobe Bryant don't connect with Dallas Mavericks in town

    Rajon Rondo, Kobe Bryant don't connect with Dallas Mavericks in town
    Rajon Rondo visited Staples Center on Sunday, helping the Dallas Mavericks defeat the Lakers, 120-106, but he didn't connect with Kobe Bryant. "He bailed on me again this time," said Rondo of Bryant, after scoring 11 points with 11 assists and eight...
  • Playoff-bound Mavericks topple the Lakers, 120-106

    Playoff-bound Mavericks topple the Lakers, 120-106
    The Lakers lost their 59th game of the season Sunday night, falling to the playoff-bound Dallas Mavericks, 120-106. Tyson Chandler finished with 20 points on 9-of-10 shooting and nine rebounds to lead seven Mavericks in double figures. The others were...
  • Jordan Clarkson won't mind if Lakers get another point guard

    Jordan Clarkson won't mind if Lakers get another point guard
    If the Lakers signed Rajon Rondo or Goran Dragic in free agency, an increasingly important player wouldn't fret. Jordan Clarkson also said he wouldn't be bothered if the Lakers drafted a promising young point guard in June, be it D'Angelo Russell or...
  • 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...