Bulls Guard Rajon Rondo Out Indefinitely With Broken ThumbChicago Bulls guard Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely with a broken right thumb.
Rondo Appears To Try And Trip Mavs Point Guard Deron WilliamsRajon Rondo sat out last night's doubt overtime loss to the Mavericks with back spasms.
Kings Derail Dallas, 112-98DeMarcus Cousins returned to the lineup from a back injury and scored 16 of his 31 points in the fourth quarter, leading the Sacramento Kings past the struggling Dallas Mavericks 112-98 Monday.
Rondo Has High Hopes With KingsAsked what the potential of the Kings will be this coming season, newly signed point guard Rajon Rondo did not hesitate before giving his answer. "Sky's the limit," Rondo said.
RJ Choppy: A Good Riddance To Rajon RondoWhat can we say about the most rewarding tenure of a DFW athlete since Lamar Odom? Not much. But here are some more reasons that I simply can’t stand you.
Carlisle Doesn't Expect Rondo To Play For Mavs AgainPoint guard Rajon Rondo has played his last game with the Dallas Mavericks -- at least according to head coach Rick Carlisle.
Rajon Rondo Out Indefinitely For Dallas MavericksThe team confirms guard Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely due to a back injury.
5 Telling Stats From Mavs-Rockets SeriesThe opening round of the NBA Playoffs has not been kind to the Dallas Mavericks. Here are five statistics that tell the story of Mavericks vs Rockets.
POLL: Should Carlisle Bench Rondo?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.
Howard & Harden Lead Rockets Over Mavs 111-99Rajon 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.
Rondo's Gutless Performance Robs All MavsIt was two completely different sides of the coin Tuesday night as the Dallas Mavericks lost to the Houston Rockets 111-99.
5 Questions Ahead Of Mavs-Rockets SeriesYou would expect there to be a huge divide between the No. 2 and No. 7 seeds in the NBA playoffs. But in the wildly competitive Western Conference, that's simply not true.