Former Bulls guard Rajon Rondo won the team’s National Basketball Players Association’s best teammate award for last season.
The New Orleans Pelicans have agreed in principle on a one-year deal with former Bulls guard Rajon Rondo.
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Rondo’s status hasn’t changed for Game 6, even with the Bulls facing elimination.
The point guard said there never was a “secret workout” Tuesday in Boston, and X-rays showed the broken thumb hasn’t improved.
Rondo (fractured right thumb) was doing his best to put up shots before practice Tuesday, but Hoiberg didn’t sound confident about a series return.