Rajon Rondo

#9 PG / L.A. Lakers / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 186 lb Age: 32 College: Kentucky

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61%
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3%
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78
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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Cleared for dribbling

    Rajon Rondo has been cleared to dribble with his surgically repaired right hand, Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN.com reports.Rondo underwent surgery on Dec. 28, so he's making good progress as he works back from a damaged ligament in his dominant right hand. The veteran has also been cleared to travel with the team, so he'll likely ramp up his activity over the next week or two in hopes of making his return before the end of the month. Rondo was initially given a timetable of 4-to-5 weeks.

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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Out one month

    Rajon Rondo will miss the next month after undergoing hand surgery, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.Rondo just recently returned from a 17-game absence while recovering from a broken right hand but suffered a Grade 3 finger strain during his return game against the Warriors and now apparently needs further time off the court. His ongoing absence means that Lonzo Ball will continue being the team's primary point guard, with Brandon Ingram also taking on greater responsibility as a playmaker, at least as long as LeBron James (groin) remains sidelined along with Rondo.

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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Absence depends on pain tolerance

    Rajon Rondo (finger) could be out "a couple of days, or for a while" depending on his pain tolerance, Mike Trudell of the Los Angeles Lakers' official site reports.After spraining his right ring finger Tuesday against the Warriors, it seems Rondo will be evaluated on a day-to-day basis. While he's sidelined, Lonzo Ball will presumably handle point guard duties.

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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Out with Grade 3 finger strain

    Rajon Rondo has been ruled out for Thursday's game against Sacramento after suffering a Grade 3 sprain to his right ring finger in Tuesday's win over the Warriors, Mike Trudell of the Los Angeles Lakers' official site reports.The Lakers plan on providing more information on Friday, after Rondo undergoes more testing. For now, he has just been ruled out of Thursday's game, but since a Grade 3 sprain is the most severe of the sort, there's a good likelihood he misses additional games.

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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Steps up in holiday blowout

    Rajon Rondo turned in 15 points (6-11 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 10 assists and five rebounds across 23 minutes in the Los Angeles Lakers' 127-101 win over the Warriors on Tuesday.Rondo was integral to the Lakers' efforts, particularly after LeBron James exited the game for good in the third quarter due to a groin injury. The veteran took over as the primary ball handler in James' absence and turned in one of his trademark efforts as a facilitator, while also posting a strong shooting performance in his own right. Rondo's scoring and assist totals were his best since Nov. 3, and they notably came in his only his third game back from an extended absence due to a hand injury. If James is forced to miss additional games, Rondo's usage rate could certainly remain elevated in his absence.

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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Collects nine assists in return

    Rajon Rondo produced eight points (3-10 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 2-3 FT), nine assists and four rebounds across 22 minutes in Friday's 112- 104 win over the Pelicans.Rondo looked to be back to 100 percent in this bench effort, and his return will inevitably cause a regression in Lonzo Ball's output. Rondo's contribution as a ball distributor will keep him on the floor moving forward, and he'll share point duties with Ball as long as he remains healthy.

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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Cleared to play Friday

    Rajon Rondo (hand) is available for Friday's game against the Pelicans, Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN.com reports.Rondo is returning from a 17-game absence. While he was sidelined, Lonzo Ball saw 31.8 minutes, averaging 9.3 points, 5.6 boards, 5.1 assists and 1.8 steals. It's not immediately clear how much Rondo will be thrown back into the fire right away, but he's averaging 25.3 minutes on the year.

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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Back at practice

    Rajon Rondo (hand) participated in Thursday's practice, Mike Trudell of the Los Angeles Lakers' official site reports.Rondo returned to practice Thursday along with Brandon Ingram, and both look to be very close to returning to the lineup. Rondo also recently came back from a rehab assignment with the South Bay Lakers, so he's been getting plenty of on-court work lately. Look for an update on Rondo's status for Friday's game against the Pelicans to come soon.

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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Back from G League

    Rajon Rondo (hand) returned to the Los Angeles Lakers from his rehab assignment Tuesday, Mike Bresnahan of Spectrum SportsNet reports.Rondo went through practice with Los Angeles' G-League affiliate, the South Bay Lakers, on Tuesday, and he's since been returned from his rehab stint. He'll be a game-time call for Friday's tilt against New Orleans, although his availability should get cleared up as tipoff nears.

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    Lakers' Rajon Rondo: Embarks on rehab assignment

    Rajon Rondo (hand) was assigned to the G League on Monday on a rehab assignment, Mike Trudell of the Los Angeles Lakers' official site reports.Rondo has been sidelined since mid-November with a broken right hand. According to Trudell, Rondo is simply expected to practice with the South Bay Lakers before being evaluated prior to Friday's game against the Pelicans. Coach Luke Walton is apparently hopeful that the guard will be ready to return Friday.

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