[Guide] The Green Army’s master Rajon Rondo is still recovering from his injuries, but the recent news about his trade
Rumors are endless, and they are even rampant. Today Celtics general manager Danny Ainge had to publicly clarify that Rondo is the core of the Celtics team and has never discussed him with other teams.
Regarding the question of whether Rondo is really going to be traded, Angie made it clear: “I haven’t talked about him with other teams.” As soon as Angie said this, all the recent rumors about Rondo’s trade were self-evident.
For the starting point guard of the All-Star last season, many teams are very interested in him. Not only are there rumors that the Knicks will pack Shumpert Felton Stoudemire to the Celtics in exchange for Rondo.
The Rockets and the Celtics proposed a trade plan for Jeremy Lin Asik for Rondo, but no matter which one, it has now been proven to be just a rumor.
Since being traded to the Celtics by the Suns in 2006, Rondo has been with the Big Three of the Celtics, and has grown rapidly, becoming one of the representatives of the new generation of point guards, and won the championship with the Big Three.
Rondo has good physical fitness, good athletic talent, and fast speed. He has repeatedly snatched the ball from opponents, and easily staged fast break dunks. His shooting is flawed, but he is a first-class passing master on the court, with all kinds of gorgeous passes.
Technology is at your fingertips, and after the Big Three got old, they became the well-deserved leaders of the team.
Ainge said that the recent quotations about Rondo can clearly prove that the rumors are false, because Rondo is a superstar, if the opposing team’s trading chips are not at the same level, such trading rumors are obviously not credible.
It was also revealed that Rondo is the core of the reconstruction of the Celtics and an important part of their future reconstruction.