Veteran Point Guard Rajon Rondo Calls It Quits After 16 Seasons In The NBA

Photo: Instagram/Rajon Rondo

After a distinguished 16-year career in the NBA, veteran point guard Rajon Rondo has announced his retirement.

The announcement came during an appearance on the All The Smoke podcast, where Rondo expressed his desire to spend more time with his children. 

Throughout his career, Rondo, 38, made significant contributions to multiple teams, most notably winning two championships with the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers.

Photo: Instagram/Rajon Rondo 

Despite battling injuries in recent years and experiencing brief stints with various teams, Rondo leaves behind a legacy as one of the league's top point guards, with notable achievements including four All-Star selections, four NBA All-Defensive team honors, and leading the league in assists and steals on separate occasions.

His impact on the court and off it, as a mentor to younger players, will be remembered by fans and peers alike.


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Source: Breacher Report 

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