NBA: Report, Bulls Considered Releasing Rajon Rondo Immediately After His Instagram Post

image via: youtube Unless you been under a rock the past few days, you know all about the drama unfolding in Chicago with the Bulls. Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler set things off in a negative way when they attacked teammates after a loss on Wednesday. That was followed up by Rajon Rondo straight ethering both Wade & Butler in an Instagram post. Yesterday things seemed to cool down as the team all met together and aired out their grievances and players spoke with the media, making it clear they all respect each other and they just have to move forward. According to reports however, Rondo almost didn’t get the chance to move forward.


(Video) NBA: Dwyane Wade & Jimmy Butler Respond To Rajon Rondo, Say They Have No Issue With Him

image via: twitter The drama in Chicago is still going strong but Dwyane Wade is doing his best to downplay things now. After a tense 48 hours which saw Wade & Jimmy Butler rip the entire team for not caring after Wednesday’s loss to the Hawks, which then led to a very blunt Instagram post from Rajon Rondo, where he clapped back at both players for the way they handled things, you might expect things to be ready to boil over in the windy city. Today, however, it feels like a different vibe coming from the team and Wade spoke with the media about just moving forward.


(Photo) NBA: Trouble In Chicago! Rajon Rondo Goes Off On Dwyane Wade & Jimmy Butler In Instagram Post

image via: youtube Rajon Rondo may have just punched his ticket out of Chicago in the very near future after the way he completely ripped teammates Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler. Rondo took to Instagram to vent how he was feeling after Wade & Butler went in on the rest of the team after a bad loss to the Hawks on Wednesday.


NBA: Rajon Rondo Says He Thought Ray Allen Already Retired

Although Ray Allen hadn’t played in an NBA game in two years, on Tuesday he killed all hopes that he might join one of the playoff contenders vying for him by announcing that he was retiring.  His former teammate Rajon Rondo, however, thought Allen had already hung up his jersey.


NBA: Dwyane Wade Says Rajon Rondo is ‘the Best Point Guard I’ve Ever Played With’

The Chicago Bulls will look significantly different this year with eight new players including stars Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo joining whom they call the team leader, Jimmy Butler.  They’re not worried however, Wade and Rondo believe their prior experience will help the team be way better than before.


(Video) NBA: Rajon Rondo Ready to Mentor Young Black Men With New Teammate Dwyane Wade

Rajon Rondo is excited to team up with Dwyane Wade, not only because of the backcourt possibilities, but also because of what they can do in the community.


NBA: Rajon Rondo Agrees to Two-Year, $28 Million Deal With Chicago Bulls

The dust from free agency is beginning to settle and the last set of big names are agreeing to contracts.  The latest is Rajon Rondo who has agreed to a two-year deal with the Chicago Bulls.


NBA: Carmelo Anthony Says Rajon Rondo Would Be ‘Perfect’ For the Knicks

The Knicks have a lot of work to do but one main piece they’re missing is a point guard.  Carmelo Anthony says landing Rajon Rondo would be ideal; and this time around Melo is willing to step up and go all out to help the Knicks land a big free agent.


NBA: Rajon Rondo Says DeMarcus Cousins is the Best Big Man in the Game & He Wants to Guide Him

Rondo is a Kentucky guy, as is Kings big man and franchise cornerstone DeMarcus Cousins — and Rondo sees a lot of himself in Cousins. The challenging temperament that can have coaches, teammates and fans oscillating between love and extreme frustration.  Rondo was guided through that by teammates such as Kevin Garnett and coach Doc Rivers, now Rondo wants to pay that forward to Cousins.


(Video) NBA: Wow Did Rajon Rondo Try to Trip or Kick Deron Williams While Standing on the Sideline?

Rajon Rondo and the Dallas Mavericks had a pretty bitter divorce last season.  He clashed with head coach Rick Carlisle, the team made up a nonexistent injury as the reason for ditching him in the middle of a playoff series, and he didn’t even get a share of the additional cash they received for making the postseason.  In any event, Rondo is now with the Sacramento Kings and made his first trip back to Dallas on Tuesday night for their game against the Mavericks.  Rondo couldn’t get revenge on his former team on the court as he sat out with back spasms so he tried to do what he could from the sideline.


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