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Clippers' Rajon Rondo: Inactive for Game 4

Rondo isn't dressed for Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals Monday against the Jazz, Andrew Greif of the Los Angeles Times reports. Rondo played 28 minutes in Game 1 of this series, but he hasn't taken the court since. The veteran point guard isn't nursing any kind of injury -- he's simply not in the rotation at the moment.
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The history of the Chris Paul – Rajon Rondo beef

The infamous brawl between Chris Paul and Rajon Rondo when they were still members of the Rockets and the Lakers caused a lot of talk in the NBA world, as the two started trading blows. Even though Harden and Ingram started the fight, Paul and Rondo turned out to be the lead protagonists reminding us all they really don’t like each other and will take every chance to clash. But what is the reason for that? The start of their beef goes all the way back to 2008.
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Rajon Rondo Pissed After Kawhi Leonard's Shot To Tie The Game

There was a lot to dissect from the Clippers' Game 5 loss. But out of all the highlight plays that happened throughout the game, it was one moment between Rajon Rondo and Kawhi Leonard that went viral on Twitter. Moments after Kawhi takes, and bricks, a potential game-tying shot down...
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Rajon Rondo Was Fuming After Kawhi Leonard’s Airball To Tie Game 5

For the fifth straight game in the Mavs-Clippers series, the home team lost in Game 5 as the Clippers lost 105-100 at Staples Center as Luka Doncic torched them in a 42-point, 14-assist performance that was nothing short of sensational. On the other side, Paul George had a nice night with 23 points, 10 rebounds, and six assists, serving as the catalyst for L.A.’s late run to get back into the game in the fourth, but neither he nor Kawhi Leonard could get quite enough going offensively to reel the Mavs all the way in.
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Rajon Rondo Is Calling Out the Mavs' Plays in Playoff Series

Rajon Rondo is known for being an on-court coach, and he's doing exactly that in the playoffs. According to Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle, Rajon Rondo has been calling out the Mavs' plays throughout the playoffs. As a result, Carlisle has been trying to call fewer plays for his team, and it's working.
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Rajon Rondo Apparently Yelled At Ty Lue And Serge Ibaka, Who Yelled Back At Him

Rajon Rondo was reportedly mad at the Los Angeles Clippers following their second defeat against the Dallas Mavericks in the first round of the playoffs. Luka Doncic and his 39 points led the Mavs to get a massive win over the Clips. Unfortunately, Kawhi Leonard's 41 points weren't enough to overcome their rival and they're headed to Dallas trailing the Mavs 0-2.
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Mark Cuban Trolls Rajon Rondo: "I Hope He Shoots A Lot.”

Mark Cuban spiced things up ahead of the Los Angeles Clippers-Dallas Mavericks series set to start this Sunday. The Mavericks owner took a cheeky dig at his former player, Rajon Rondo, and his shooting abilities. If you know Rondo, he has never been a great shooter, and Cuban took advantage...
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Rajon Rondo (rest) out for Clippers' Sunday game against Oklahoma City

Los Angeles Clippers guard Rajon Rondo (rest) will not play in Sunday's contest against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Rondo will miss Sunday's showdown against the Thunder after the Clippers' veteran was ruled out for rest purposes. Expect Terance Mann to log more minutes in an uptempo opportunity against a Thunder unit playing with a 103.8 pace.
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Clippers' Rajon Rondo: Out Sunday

Rondo won't play in Sunday's game, Farbod Esnaashari of Sports Illustrated reports. The veteran will rest during the regular season finale. Reggie Jackson is getting the start and should see an increased role with Rondo out.
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Clippers' Rajon Rondo: Perfect from three

Rondo totaled nine points (3-3 FG, 3-3 3Pt), five assists and four rebounds in a 113-90 victory over the Hornets on Thursday. Rondo made all three of his attempts from distance for the second consecutive game and added five-plus assists for the seventh time in his last eight contests. The guard has played a key role off the Clippers' bench over that stretch, averaging 8.4 points, 5.5 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game.