Rajon Rondo has unreal explanation for apparent trip

Rajon Rondo was caught on video appearing to trip an opponent during Friday night’s playoff game between the Celtics and Bulls, and his explanation will blow you away.The Chicago point guard, who is out with a thumb injury, was asked about the attempted trip after the game. His explanation was that he was just stretching out: Here’s video of the trip. It's interesting that he...
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Did Rajon Rondo intentionally try to trip Jae Crowder?

Rajon Rondo was ruled out of Game 3 in the Bulls’ playoff series with the Celtics on Friday night after suffering a broken thumb, but he attempted to make his presence felt anyway.At one point in the game, while seated on the bench, his feet appeared to get tangled up with Jae Crowder. The Celtics forward had just drained a jumper, and as he turned to make his way back to the other...
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Nate Robinson calls for Bulls to sign him in wake of Rajon Rondo injury

Nate Robinson will never miss an opportunity to shoot his shot.In the wake of the news on Friday that the Chicago Bulls will be without former All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo for an indefinite period due to a fractured right thumb, Robinson took to Instagram to offer them his services. The now 32-year-old Robinson is actually a former Bull, having suited up in all 82 games for them...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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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
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Seven things we’ve learned from the NBA playoffs so far

People like to say playoff basketball is better than the regular season because the players try harder. Maybe that’s the case to an extent, but the real reason the playoffs are so much more intense is because there is heightened scrutiny about every little detail.Coaches have more time to gameplan for specific opponents, therefore every crack becomes a full-fledged break in the...
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Six most underrated stars in NBA playoffs so far

If you haven’t been watching the NBA playoffs, you’re missing out.The first round has been crazy so far. There were a couple of upsets during the opening weekend and most of the games have been nail-biters. As expected, the superstars have played well, living up to their billing during the regular season.But what about the underrated stars? The players who flew under the radar...
Via The Sports Daily
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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
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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
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With each win in NBA Playoffs, Chicago Bulls gambling on future

Unless you’re into suffering, rooting for the opposition doesn’t seem ideal. Unless you’re fans of the Chicago Bulls, the eighth seed in this season’s NBA Eastern Conference playoffs.For Bulls fans, the last nine months have been filled with numerous, head-scratching moments. After tipping off the free agency period by signing a playmaker in Rajon Rondo, the Bulls’ front...
Via The Comeback
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2017 playoffs preview: Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls

The Celtics finished with the best regular season record in the Eastern Conference for the first time since 2009-10. Boston made the NBA Finals that year but lost to the Lakers in seven games. Brad Stevens and company hope to make it back this season and prevent LeBron James from making his seventh consecutive Finals appearance. First up is a matchup with the Chicago Bulls, who managed...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

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