RAJON RONDO RUMORS & GOSSIP

Report: Pacers a potential suitor for Rajon Rondo if waived by Bulls

The 31-year-old veteran guard could very well find his way to Indiana if he is waived by the division rival Chicago Bulls this offseason. With the recent Paul George/Indiana Pacers fiasco taking up a majority of Pacers-related news over the last week, many have began to wonder just what steps that team president Kevin Pritchard will take moving forward as the team edges closer and...
Via Indy Cornrows
7 hours ago

Report: Rajon Rondo buyout ‘a possibility’ for Bulls, Dwyane Wade will opt in

The Chicago Bulls may be about to blow it all up. Sam Amick of USA Today reported that, in light of the Jimmy Butler trade, the Bulls have not yet approached Rajon Rondo about a buyout, but it is “a possibility.” In addition, despite earlier reports, Dwyane Wade will opt into the second year of his deal and take his $24 million. The Bulls will have some decisions to make. Rondo...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Report: Decision on Rajon Rondo’s option for next season to be decided next week

According to a report from Comcast SportsNet Chicago, the decision on Rajon Rondo’s future with the Chicago Bulls is coming next week. The Chicago Bulls have bigger fish to fry on Thursday with the 2017 NBA Draft, but one of their big decisions to make this summer is whether or not to pick up Rajon […] Report: Decision on Rajon Rondo’s option for next season to be decided next...
Via Pippen Ain't Easy
2 days ago

Rondo: Bulls would have swept Celtics if he hadn’t been injured

Rajon Rondo believes the Chicago Bulls would have had no trouble dispatching the Boston Celtics in their teams’ first-round series if he hadn’t been injured.“Honestly, yeah,” Rondo said during an appearance Monday on TNT’s “Inside the NBA” on if the Bulls would have swept the Celtics with him on the court, via the Chicago Tribune.“It was very frustrating, especially...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
May 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Paxton: ‘Really good chance’ Bulls bring Rondo back

The Chicago Bulls saw with crystalline clarity just how valuable Rajon Rondo is to their success during their six-game series against the Boston Celtics this postseason. Therefore it’s not surprising that they have a strong desire to retain the veteran point guard for the 2017-18 season.Speaking with local media on Wednesday, Bulls executive vice president (and newly minted CEO...
Via Sportsnaut
May 03, 2017  |  Discuss

Rondo rules himself out for Game 5, unsure about Game 6

There was some brief optimism on Tuesday that Rajon Rondo may be able to play in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Boston Celtics, but the Chicago Bulls point guard is not ready to return.After having another X-ray on his fractured right thumb Tuesday night, Rondo said Wednesday that he is still a no-go. The Bulls could desperately use Rondo back, as they were...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 26, 2017  |  Discuss

Rajon Rondo ruled out for Game 5

The Chicago Bulls will be without Rajon Rondo for at least one more game. As Sean Highkin of The Athletic notes, coach Fred Hoiberg has ruled Rondo out for Wednesday’s Game 5 against the Boston Celtics. The Bulls can certainly use Rondo back.Rondo was a catalyst during each of the first two games of the series, which were both Chicago wins. He averaged 11.5 points, 10 assists,...
Via Sportsnaut
April 24, 2017  |  Discuss

Rondo out indefinitely with fractured thumb

The Chicago Bulls have been dealt a major blow after getting off to a great start in their playoff series against the Boston Celtics, as Rajon Rondo will be sidelined indefinitely with a thumb injury.The team announced on Friday that Rondo suffered a fractured thumb, and ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the point guard will not need surgery. Rondo’s absence could drastically...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Rondo hoping Bulls pick up his option for next season

It may have seemed ridiculous just a few months ago, but Rajon Rondo wants to stay with the Chicago Bulls beyond this season.Speaking before the Bulls played the Boston Celtics in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series on Tuesday, the four-time All-Star point guard said he hopes he gets his team option picked up for next season, even if Dwyane Wade opt out, per K.C. Johnson of...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 18, 2017  |  Discuss

Rajon Rondo on future with Bulls: ‘I like where I’m at’

Rajon Rondo’s future with the Chicago Bulls appeared tenuous at best earlier this season. But now the Bulls guard has stated a desire to remain in Chicago, saying, “I like where I’m at.”The eighth-seeded Bulls, coming off Sunday’s 106-102 victory over No. 1 seed Boston Celtics, are preparing for Tuesday’s Game 2 tilt at TD Garden. Rondo took a moment to express hope...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
April 18, 2017  |  Discuss
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