Players Chris Paul, Brandon Ingram and Rajon Rondo were all ejected for throwing punches.
A highly flawed roster has been exposed against the Bulls.
The 29-year-old point guard certainly has more work to do, but he's enjoying an unlikely resurgence in Sacramento.
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The announcement comes more than a week after a player was suspended for making anti-gay slurs on the court.
Kobe and Metta World Peace are reunited.
Sometimes the relationship between a player and a fan is deeper. Sometimes, you know a player's number won't be retired but in your head, it is anyway. For me, the number 9 in Boston will always belong to Rajon Rondo.
It all started as a practical joke, just because I realized that @therealrondo was not taken yet on Twitter. But it quickly snowballed. My original concept for the joke was simple: to build up as many followers in your name as possible and then make a crazy announcement.
“[This] assist will tie your brain in knots,” For The Win declared. Rajon Rondo is blowing our minds this week with a no
A day after the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo wore a special pair