Rajon Rondo: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation on Bulls PG’s Future

January 1st, 2017 by Tyler Conway Leave a reply »

Chicago Bulls point guard Rajon Rondo told reporters he will "absolutely" look to facilitate a trade to another team if he is no longer part of head coach Fred Hoiberg's rotation going forward.

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Rondo Safe Despite GM Meeting Sunday Jan. 1 Sean Highkin of The Athletic reported Rondo's job is safe "as long as he stays professional and ready to play."

"[General manager Gar Forman] and I will talk," Rondo said after not playing a single minute of Saturday night's 116-96 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. "We're going to talk tonight and we'll go from there."

Rondo's Struggles Put Starting Spot in Jeopardy Rondo has not played since going scoreless in 11 first-half minutes in Friday's 111-101 loss to the Indiana Pacers. Hoiberg benched him in favor of Michael Carter-Williams in the second half of that game and the entirety of the following contest.

Hoiberg categorized the move as a basketball decision and said the benching is not necessarily permanent.

"We'll continue to evaluate it, see what direction we go," he said. "He was great over there on the bench, cheering for gu ...

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