November 4, 2016, 10:56 pm
Rajon Rondo hit just 2-of-10 shots for four points, five boards, five assists and one steal over 30 minutes in Friday’s loss to the Knicks.
The funny thing will be tracking the life cycle of Rondo news stories out of Chicago. First will be the glowing reviews about passing, leadership and the second coach on the floor, then will be the realization that none of that really makes sense, followed by the ultimate disintegration of the situation. He’ll continue to have mid-to-late round value in 8- and 9-cat leagues, respectively, as long as he’s on the floor.