Rajon Rondo Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 180 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/22/1986 (35)
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Rajon Rondo News
Memphis Grizzlies guard Rajon Rondo is unlikely to remain with the team ahead of the upcoming 2021-22 NBA season. After the Los Angeles Clippers dealt Rondo during the offseason, the veteran will again look to move on and contribute to a team with championship aspirations. He began last season in Atlanta before ending up in L.A., averaging 7.6 points, 5.8 assists, and 1.0 steals throughout 18 games with the club. However, regardless of where he ends up, he probably won't get much attention from fantasy managers in any format, primarily since he isn't expected to contribute much, at least not consistently.
The Clippers agreed to send guard Rajon Rondo to the Grizzlies in exchange for guard Eric Bledsoe on Sunday evening. Patrick Beverley and Daniel Oturu were also included in the deal, although it is expected that all three of them will likely be on another team at some point moving ahead. Nonetheless, regardless of where Rondo is suiting up these days, it's expected that he won't have much interest from fantasy managers anyway. The 35-year-old finished the 2020-21 campaign by averaging just 7.6 points, 5.8 assists, and 1.0 steals throughout 18 games last season in Los Angeles after beginning the season in Atlanta.
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Rajon Rondo (wrist) will miss his second straight outing Friday against Houston, still hampered by a wrist ailment. Since arriving with the Clippers, Rondo has averaged 5.2 dimes off the bench across nine games. Without him and Patrick Beverley (hand) in the rotation, Reggie Jackson should see the lion's share of PG minutes, making him a friendly DFS option in all contests. With Rondo's minutes per game average still below the 20-minute mark (18.6) upon his acquisition by L.A., he remains a stretch as a waiver wire add in all but the deepest season-long formats. His next chance to suit up comes Monday versus the Pelicans.
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Rajon Rondo (adductor) is available to play off the bench Sunday night against the Detroit Pistons. Rondo missed one game with an adductor injury and was questionable to play Sunday, but should return to a backup point guard role behind Reggie Jackson. With Patrick Beverley (hand) out for the next few weeks, Rondo has an opportunity to supplant Jackson in the starting lineup once he is up to speed on the team's play style. For now, Rondo is just an assists streamer with upside as long as he stays healthy.