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.

Rajon Rondo has agreed with the Chicago Bulls on a two-year contract worth almost $28 million, he confirmed to The Undefeated’s Marc J. Spears.

“I’m excited. Great organization with pieces around me that I’m excited about,” Rondo told The Undefeated about going to the Bulls.

The second season of Rondo’s deal is partially guaranteed, a source told ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.

Rondo will be the replacement for Derrick Rose who was traded to the New York Knicks.  Sure he’s not the same Rondo from the Celtics Big 3, but Rose wasn’t the same Rose either.

He’s actually been pretty good although quietly.  There’s been more news about his attitude.  Rondo averaged 11.9 points and an NBA-best 11.7 assists per game with the Kings. Last season was the fourth in which Rondo averaged a double-double and the first time he did so since 2012-13 — the last of his four All-Star seasons with the Celtics.

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source: ESPN