March 15, 2017, 8:43 pm
Rajon Rondo made his second straight start on Wednesday, dropping 17 points with eight assists and six boards against the Grizzlies.
He took full advantage of Dwyane Wade (elbow) exiting early, shouldering the offense for long stretches in this one. Rondo managed to add three 3-pointers and two steals to round out his line, and seems to have regained the role we saw at the beginning of the year. He won’t do your percentages any favors, but Rondo is worth owning as long as he’s seen minutes in the 30s.