Rajon Rondo

Rajon Rondo addressing Press conference


TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers

POSITION: Point Guard

Height/Weight: 6′ 1″, 180 lbs

Date of Birth: 2/22/1986 (36)

COLLEGE: Kentucky

DRAFT INFO: 2006: Rd 1, Pk 21 (PHX)

STATUS: Active

EXPERIENCE: 15th Season

BIRTHPLACE: Louisville, KY

Career History

Cleveland Cavaliers: 2021-CURRENT (1 SEASON)

Los Angeles Lakers: 2018-2020, 2021-2021* (3 SEASONS)

Atlanta Hawks: 2020*-2021 (1 SEASON)

LA Clippers: 2020*-2021 (1 SEASON)

New Orleans Pelicans: 2017-2018 (1 SEASON)

Chicago Bulls: 2016-2017 (1 SEASON)

Sacramento Kings: 2015-2016 (1 SEASON)

Dallas Mavericks: 2014*-2015 (1 SEASON)

Boston Celtics: 2006-2014* (9 SEASONS)

Career Highlights

All-NBA 3rd Team (2012)

2xAll-Defensive 2nd Team (2012, 2009)

2xAll-Defensive 1st Team (2011, 2010)

All-Rookie 2nd Team (2007)

Rajon Pierre Rondo is an American professional basketball player, currently playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Rondo, a point guard, played two years of collegiate basketball for the Kentucky Wildcats before being selected 21st overall in the 2006 NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns and later traded to the Celtics in a draft-day deal. Rondo is a two-time NBA champion, four-time NBA All-Star, and four-time NBA All-Defensive Team selection, including two First Team selections. In 2012, he was named to the All-NBA Third Team.

Rondo was moved to the Dallas Mavericks in December 2014 after 812 seasons with the Celtics. After a turbulent five-month run with the Sacramento Kings, he moved on to the Chicago Bulls in 2016, the New Orleans Pelicans in 2017, and the Los Angeles Lakers in 2018, where he earned his second NBA championship in 2020. Rondo joined the Atlanta Hawks after the season, where he stayed for half a season until being moved to the Los Angeles Clippers for the balance of the season. During the 2021 offseason, Rondo was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies and agreed to a contract buyout to become a free agent. In August 2021, he returned to the Lakers, but in January 2022, he was transferred to the Cavaliers.

Professional career

Boston Celtics (2006–2014)

  • 2006 NBA draft
  • 2006–07 season: Rookie year
  • 2007–08 season: First championship
  • 2008–09 season: Breakthrough
  • 2009–10 season: First All-Star selection
  • 2014–15 season: Final year in Boston

Dallas Mavericks (2014–2015)

Sacramento Kings (2015–2016)

Chicago Bulls (2016–2017)

New Orleans Pelicans (2017–2018)

Los Angeles Lakers (2018–2020)

  • 2018–19 season
  • 2019–20 season: Second championship

Atlanta Hawks (2020–2021)

Los Angeles Clippers (2021)

Return to the Lakers (2021–2022)

Cleveland Cavaliers (2022–present)

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