Rajon Rondo


Rajon Rondo is a Flat Circle

After spending the back half of his prime as a forgotten journeyman, the New Orleans Pelicans point guard is back to defying expectations. Haven't we been here before?


The Chicago Bulls Don't Know What They're Doing

The Bulls seem content on continuing on a path of mediocrity while wasting Jimmy Butler's prime in the process.


By Going Small, the Celtics Have Discovered a Big Advantage Against the Bulls

The Bulls won Games 1 and 2 of their series against the Celtics because of an advantage on the offensive glass. Boston coach Brad Stevens has countered with a small and quick lineup.


Losing Rajon Rondo Might Not be Catastrophic for the Bulls, But it's Pretty Bad

Boston still has an uphill battle to get back in the series, but it just got a whole lot easier.


LeBron James Wants Help, But What Are the Cavaliers' Options?

LeBron James is publicly pressuring Cleveland to find a playmaker who can operate outside of his orbit, but the capped-out Cavs can’t just go out and purchase whomever they want.


Rajon Rondo Has Some Interesting Thoughts for Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler

Rondo fired back at Butler and Wade after the duo called out the younger players on the team.


Rajon Rondo Wants to Be a Coach When He Retires, Naturally

Rajon Rondo has been a prickly presence in the NBA, but his basketball IQ is undeniable.


In Adding Dwyane Wade, The Bulls Show They'd Rather Go Big Than Build

...and there's not necessarily anything wrong with that. In bringing in a favorite son, the Bulls have created a strange sort of in-between team. But why not?


Watching Dirk Nowitzki, Ghost and a Machine

Dirk Nowitzki has been a champion and a MVP, and will be a Hall of Famer. But in his late-career incarnation, he's just Dirk Nowitzki, and it's pretty great.


The Spurs' Terrifying Rise: COOKIES 003 with Dev Hynes and Ethan Silverman

On the latest COOKIES, hosts Ben Detrick and Jordan Redaelli talk Rajon Rondo, the San Antonio Spurs, and more with musician Dev Hynes (Blood Orange) and Ethan Silverman of Terrible Records.


The NBA Is Still Wrestling With Rajon Rondo's Verbal Assault On Bill Kennedy

Rajon Rondo's decision to direct ugly slurs at gay NBA ref Bill Kennedy was his alone. But the aftermath has forced the NBA to think about what it wants to be.


NBA Referee Bill Kennedy Announces He is Gay After Torrent of Slurs from Rajon Rondo [Update]

After being verbally abused by Rajon Rondo, referee Bill Kennedy announces he is gay.