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Point guard Rajon Rondo has played his last game with the Dallas Mavericks — at least according to head coach Rick Carlisle.
The team confirms guard Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely due to a back injury.
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Point guard Rajon Rondo was benched for much of the Mavs’ Game 2 loss in Houston, as he played just 10 minutes and collected four personal fouls.
Rajon Rondo of Dallas got into foul trouble early, and didn’t play after picking up his fourth with more than 11 minutes left in the third quarter. He finished with just four points.
It was two completely different sides of the coin Tuesday night as the Dallas Mavericks lost to the Houston Rockets 111-99.
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Dirk and the Mavericks have likely played the last game that matters for their seeding in the Western Conference playoffs.
With time served in a loss at Atlanta one night after the episode marred a win at home against Toronto, Rondo returned to practice Friday and said he was ready to move on. And Carlisle said he’d already done so.
The Dallas Mavericks announced Wednesday they have suspended guard Rajon Rondo one game for conduct detrimental to the team.
Rajon Rondo is ready to return for Dallas after missing the last six games with a broken bone near his eye. And Amare Stoudemire is a day closer to joining the Mavericks.