Jae C. Hong

Rajon Rondo rolled back the years last night with effortlessly-magical assist

He’s finding his feet again since moving to the Sacramento Kings.

RAJON RONDO HAS found it tough over the last few years.

He’s never been the same since the fabled Boston Celtics’ championship winning side of 2008 began to slowly break up and without Paul Pierce, Kevin Garett and Ray Allen around him, he struggled with the massive responsibility on his shoulders.

There was an inevitable trade to Dallas last year but things never worked out for him but thankfully, he’s rediscovering his form since shipping up to Sacramento and leads the NBA in assists per game.

Last night, there was some downright tomfoolery from him too, superbly rebounding before inexplicably picking out a perfect behind-the-back bounce pass.

Though the Kings lost out 98-95 to the Oklahoma City Thunder, it’s great to see Rondo doing what he does best.

We’ve missed him.


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