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9 Rajon Rondo PG
Height/Weight: 6-1/186 | Birthdate: 2/22/1986 | Birthplace: Louisville, KY | Team: Dallas Mavericks | College: Kentucky | NBA Experience: 8 | Owned/Started%: 97/60 | Average Draft Position: 30.51
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Mavs rule Rajon Rondo out indefinitely with back injury


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(4/22/2015) Mavericks guard Rajon Rondo has been ruled out indefinitely with a back injury he sustained during the Game 2 loss, reports the team's official website. Rondo played only 10 minutes in the Game 2 loss and spent most of the second half on the bench sitting away from teammates. 

Rondo will become a free agent after the season and he reportedly has decided not to re-sign with the Mavericks in the offseason if Rick Carlisle remains the coach. 

When asked if Rondo would ever play for the Mavericks again, Carlise did not sound optimistic.

"No, I don't," Carlisle said, per ESPNDallas.com.


G Rajon Rondo lone regular starter to play for Mavericks on Monday


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/13/2015) Mavericks guard Rajon Rondo is the lone regular starter who will play Monday for the Mavericks in Utah, the team has announced.

Center Tyson Chandler, forwards Dirk Nowitzki and Chandler Parsons and guard Monta Ellis will not play.

Chandler was already listed as doubtful with a knee injury. 

The Mavericks are 8-point favorites against the Jazz.


Mavericks guard Rajon Rondo (rest) out for Friday in Denver


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/10/2015) The Mavericks will sit out to rest Rajon Rondo for Friday's game in Denver, reports ESPN.

Raymond Felton will start in Rondo's place.

Rondo leads the Mavs this season with 7.9 assists per game.

The Mavs are 2-point underdogs against the Nuggets.


Mavs list Parsons as out Wednesday; Rondo, Jefferson will play


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(4/8/2015) Mavericks forward Chandler Parsons has been ruled out of Wednesday's game against the Suns, reports the team's official website.

It will be the second-straight game Parsons has missed with a right knee issue. He also missed Tuesday's practice.

"He's doing better each day and there are some encouraging signs," coach Rick Carlisle said. "Beyond that, I can't tell you what's going to happen."

Meanwhile, guard Rajon Rondo (knee) and forward Richard Jefferson (toe) have been cleared to play in Wednesday's contest.

The Mavericks are 8 1/2-point favorites.


Mavs' Rondo, Jefferson practice Tuesday; Parsons sits


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(4/7/2015) Mavericks guards Rajon Rondo (knee) and Richard Jefferson (toe) were able to participate in Tuesday's practice, according to the team's official website.

Rondo was able to participate in all of Tuesday's practice and said he is moving well. He is suffering from a hyperextended knee. 

Meanwhile, forward Chandler Parsons was not able to practice Tuesday due to a right knee issue. All three players are considered questionable for Wednesday's game against the Suns.


Rondo, Parsons, Jefferson all questionable Wednesday for Mavs


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/6/2015) Forwards Chandler Parsons (knee) and Richard Jefferson (toes) along with guard Rajon Rondo (knee) sat out the Mavericks' practice on Monday and all remain questionable for Wednesday's game against the Suns, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Coach Rick Carlisle said he hopes Rondo can return to practice on Tuesday but is not certain on the status of Parson and Jefferson.

“I don’t know if Parsons will be able to practice tomorrow or not,” Carlisle said. “I don’t know that he won’t but I can’t say that he will. We’re more optimistic about Rondo practicing tomorrow. And then Richard Jefferson ... we’re hoping that he can get on the court tomorrow.”

Parsons left Thursday's game with knee soreness and did not play on Saturday. Rondo left Saturday's game with a hyper extended knee and did not return and Jefferson has been bothered with a toe injury.


Mavericks guard Rajon Rondo leaves with knee injury, doesn't return


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/4/2015) Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo left Saturday's game against the Warriors with a hyper extended knee and did not return, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

Rondo left in the third quarter and was originally expected to return, but was held out. He scored four points and dished out five assists before exiting the game.


Doc Rivers not surprised Celtics traded PG Rajon Rondo


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(3/29/2015) Former Celtics coach Doc Rivers said he was not surprised when point guard Rajon Rondo was traded to the Mavericks earlier this season, according to Boston.com.

Rivers coached Rondo for seven seasons before stepping down and taking over the Clippers in 2013.

"I didn’t know [if Rondo was going to be part of Boston's future]," Rivers said. "I think at the end of the day, it was more of a Rajon decision, in my opinion ... it was more his decision than [team president Danny Ainge) and the Celtics' staff."

The Celtics acquired forwards Jae Crowder and Brandan Wright, guard Jameer Nelson and a pair of future draft picks in the trade with the Mavs.

"I just think you get a feel for whether [Rondo] wanted to play it out [in Boston] or not, and when you're rebuilding you can't take that gamble of letting an asset out of the door and letting him become a free agent," Rivers said.


Mavericks guard Rajon Rondo gets on same page with Rick Carlisle


by CBSSports.com Staff | CBSSports.com
(3/17/2015) Mavericks guard Rajon Rondo credits improved communications with coach Rick Carlisle in making him more comfortable in the team’s system, per MavsMoneyBall.com.

"I've been studying with coach a lot. He called me in before the game and gave me a little test, and I think I continue to pass the test. We're on the same page a lot more throughout the game. I'm calling some of the plays before he calls them, so we're on the same page,”
Rondo said.

Rondo also said his involvement in the offense has increased due to his teammates' confidence. 

"What's different is they're giving me the ball a lot more on the break," he said. "I think I've earned these guys' confidence. They know when they're going to get the ball back. Obviously it's a miss-make league. (Chandler Parsons) has been playing unbelievable, shooting the ball extremely well. Dirk (Nowitzki) shot the lights out tonight. It has been a great effort."


Mavs' Rajon Rondo still open to returning next season


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(3/8/2015) Despite a recent confrontation with coach Rick Carlisle, Mavericks guard Rajon Rondo said he is still considering re-signing with the team in the offseason, reports Yahoo Sports.

"It's a player's organization,” Rondo said. "Players first, from our plane, the way we travel. I don't take that for granted. We eat good. We stay at the best hotels. Of course, it's the NBA. But this organization has the best. They have PlayStation in the lockers. I don't play games, but it's nice to know I got a PlayStation."

Rondo will be a free agent after the season and added that he feels comfortable playing for the Mavericks and hopes to come to a decision soon.

"I love it here. I don't dislike anything," he said. "I'm not uncomfortable. Of course, the system is different, but I've been here for two months. It's going to take time. Hopefully, sooner rather than later."


Mavericks' Rajon Rondo: 'Everyone is pretty much on the same page'


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo was able to practice Friday after serving his one-game suspension for conduct detrimental to the team Wednesday. Rondo received the suspension after he and coach Rick Carlisle were seen arguing on the sideline during Tuesday's game.

"We just had a little discussion on the court and it led to a suspension," Rondo said after Friday's practice, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "I think he had some frustrations with me and vice versa." 

Rondo thinks communication led to the issue Monday.

"Communication is definitely key in this situation, and we've had a couple of talks since then and we're going to move forward."

Rondo is averaging 8.6 points and 8.3 assists in 47 games this season.

"I've talked to pretty much everybody in the organization, and everyone is pretty much on the same page," Rondo said according to the team's website.


Celtics' Ainge on Rondo's heated exchange: 'None of it surprises me'


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(2/26/2015) Celtics president Danny Ainge said in an interview on 98.5 FM The Sports Hub in Boston on Thursday that he wasn't surprised by Rajon Rondo's heated exchange with Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle during Tuesday's win over the Raptors, per CelticsHub.com.

"I know that Rondo is an emotional guy and feisty," Ainge said. "None of it really surprises me."

Rondo won a championship in 2008 with the Celtics and was shipped from Boston to Dallas in December to play out the final year of his contract. He served a one-game suspension for conduct detrimental to the team after reportedly jawing twice with Carlisle -- in-game and again in the locker room after the game -- on Tuesday.

Carlisle stressed the importance of having Rondo back in the lineup for Dallas despite his suspension on Thursday, per ESPN. He will practice Friday and return to the floor on Saturday against the Nets. The embattled point guard has averaged 9.0 points, 6.2 assists and 4.5 rebounds in 25 games since being traded to the Mavericks.

"I want to stress and reiterate how important Rajon Rondo is to the Dallas Mavericks," Carlisle said. "For us to get where we want to get and we strive to get this season, his abilities have to be utilized by us the best possible way. That's in large part my responsibility, and I do not dodge that."


Mavericks suspend Rajon Rondo for one game


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/25/2015) Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo will serve a one-game suspension issued by the team Wednesday and miss the Mavericks' matchup with the Hawks, the team announced.

Rondo was suspended for conduct detrimental to the team after getting into a heated exchange with coach Rick Carlisle during Tuesday's win over the Raptors. After the third-quarter incident, Rondo was benched and did not return to action. The player and coach had a second exchange in the locker room after the game, according to The Dallas Morning News.

With the starting point guard out, the Mavericks will likely feature a combination of Devin Harris and J.J. Barea at the point Wednesday. Carlisle said before the game that Rondo would practice Friday and return to the starting lineup Saturday, Mavs.com reports.

Rondo has averaged 9.0 points, 6.2 assists and 4.5 rebounds in 25 games since being traded to the Mavericks.


Mavericks' Rajon Rondo benched after exchange with Carlisle


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/24/2015) Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo scored just four points on 2 of 6 shooting while playing just 18 minutes in his team's 99-92 win over the Raptors Tuesday.

Rondo and coach Rick Carlisle got into a heated exchange early in the third quarter after the point guard seemingly ignored his coach's sideline instructions, causing Carlise to call a timeout. The coach did not put Rondo back in the game after the exchange, leading to the team getting 28 minutes from Devin Harris and 19 minutes of J.J. Barea, with the two reserves combining for 27 points on 10 of 18 shooting.

Carlisle said after the game that he and Rondo had a "difference of opinion," according to the Associated Press. Asked if Rondo's absence was a coaching decision or disciplinary, Carlisle said Rondo didn't play again "because I'm the coach and that's the decision that I made at the time."

"It's an emotional game and sometimes emotions come out," Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said. "It's happened many times in the past and will happen many more in the future."

Rondo also chipped in four assists and two rebounds before being taken out of the game for good. The Mavericks will move ahead to face the Hawks Wednesday in Atlanta. Asked if Rondo would be the team's point guard for the Hawks game, Carlisle said, "That's what we brought him here for."


Mavericks PG Rajon Rondo (head) plays 29 minutes in return


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/19/2015) Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo scored five points on 2 of 9 shooting while playing 29 minutes in Thursday's 104-89 loss to the Thunder.

Rondo missed the team's last six games before the break due to facial fractures suffered on Jan. 31. He managed to rack up six assists and two rebounds in the loss. The Mavericks are set to square off with the Rockets Thursday.


Mavericks expect Rajon Rondo to play Thursday


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(2/17/2015) Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle told reporters guard Rajon Rondo was able to participate in Tuesday's practice and is expected to play in Thursday's game at Oklahoma City, reports the team's official website.

Rondo last played Jan. 31 after suffering fractures to his face. He said he is not experiencing any pain, but is unsure if he'll wear a protective mask.


Mark Cuban: Rajon Rondo should return to Mavericks soon


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(2/17/2015) Mavericks' owner Mark Cuban announced that G Rajon Rondo should be ready to play soon. 

Rondo has been out of the Mavs lineup since suffering facial fractures during a game on Jan. 31. 

Appearing on Dallas radio station 105.3 KRLD Tuesday, Cuban spoke about Rondo's recovery from the injury. "He's coming along great," he said. "Because of the time off, his endurance isn't going to be there. But I don't think he's more than a couple of days off."


Mavericks' Carlisle optimistic injured players will return after break


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/10/2015) Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle sounded optimistic that injured starters Tyson Chandler, Monta Ellis and Rajon Rondo would be able to return to action after the All-Star break, the Associated Press reports.

Carlisle indicated that Chandler's ankle sprain wasn't considered serious and that Rondo is improving in his return from orbital and nasal fractures, though the team has yet to rule out surgery for the injured point guard. The Mavericks are awaiting the results of an MRI taken on Ellis's injured hip.

"We've got to get our best players back on the court, but we have to do it in an expeditious but prudent fashion," Carlisle said.

The Mavericks entered Tuesday in fifth place in the Western Conference. Just 2 1/2 games separate the third-place and seventh-place teams in the conference playoff race. The Mavericks are 3 1/2-point favorites at home against the Jazz Wednesday.


Mavericks G Rajon Rondo won't play again before All-Star break


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(2/6/2015) Mavericks guard Rajon Rondo will miss the next three games, meaning he won't play again before the All-Star break, per the team's official website.

Rondo suffered an orbital and nasal fracture after taking a knee to the head during last Saturday’s game. Rondo has not ruled out surgery, but the Mavericks are hopeful that a prolonged rest gives him a chance to avoid it, per Marc Stein of ESPN. He will be evaluated soon after the break before the team establishes a timetable for his return.

Rondo is averaging 8.7 points, 8.7 assists and 6.3 rebounds per game this season. Devin Harris, J.J. Barea and Raymond Felton have all seen an increase in minutes during Rondo's absence.


Mavs' Rajon Rondo to undergo facial surgery


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(2/4/2015) Mavericks owner Mark Cuban told reporters Wednesday guard Rajon Rondo will undergo facial surgery, but he was unsure of when the surgery would take place, reports the Star-Telegram.

Rondo suffered an orbital and nasal fracture after taking a knee to the head during last Saturday’s game. It is not known how long Rondo will be out. Cuban added the team will look to add a player using a 10-day contract.

Guards Devin Harris, J.J. Barea and Raymond Felton are expected to see their roles increase during Rondo's absence.


Mavericks' Rajon Rondo still too swollen to plan surgery


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(2/4/2015) Mavericks guard Rajon Rondo suffered an orbital and nasal fracture when he was kneed in the face during Saturday's game. 

Rondo didn't travel with the team on the current road trip, but doctors still aren't sure of his treatment or how long he'll be out. 

ESPN's Tim MacMahon reported that doctors still aren't sure if Rondo will need surgery, because his face is still too swollen for them to evaluate the injury. 


Mavs' Rajon Rondo diagnosed with orbital and nasal fracture


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(2/2/2015) The Mavericks announced guard Rajon Rondo is dealing with an orbital and nasal fracture, according to the team's official website.

Rondo sustained the injuries when he received a knee to his head during last Saturday's game. Rondo has already been ruled out Monday's game and will not travel with the team to Golden State and Sacramento.

Guards Devin Harris, J.J. Barea and Raymond Felton are expected to receive an increase in minutes over the next few games.


Mavericks rule Rajon Rondo out of Monday's game


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(2/2/2015) As expected, the Mavericks ruled guard Rajon Rondo out of Monday's game against the Timberwolves, reports the team's official website.

Rondo is dealing with a head injury after taking a knee to the head during last Saturday's game. Guard Raymond Felton is expected to replace Rondo in the starting lineup.

The Mavericks are 12-point favorites.


Report: Mavs' Rajon Rondo out for Monday's game with head injury


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(2/1/2015) Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo will reportedly miss Monday's game against the Timberwolves with a facial injury, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.

Rondo, who left Saturday's game after taking a knee to the head in the first quarter, is still be evaluated by team doctors. He is averaging 8.7 points, 8.7 assists and 6.3 rebounds per game this season.


Mavericks PG Rajon Rondo (head) will not return Saturday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(1/31/2015) Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo suffered a head injury in Saturday's game against the Magic and will not return, the team announced.

Rondo took an inadvertent knee to the head in the first quarter of Saturday's game and was bleeding from the nose before heading back to the locker room to be examined. He played just two minutes before exiting.

Rondo is scheduled to be re-assessed when the team returns to Dallas after the team's road trip comes to a close Saturday. Devin Harris and J.J. Barea will likely be tasked with handling point-guard duties in Rondo's absence.