After finally getting Rajon Rondo back in the starting lineup Monday, the Bulls looked like the team they were supposed to be all year long.
One day after Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler blasted the locker room, Rondo made sure his voice would be heard, and now it might be his ticket out.
The veteran point guard has a rotation spot back, and while it’s not starting it’s at least playing time with the second unit.
In Episode 11 of “Know Your Job, Do Your Job,” Bulls writer Joe Cowley discusses the latest Rondo drama and how the veteran could be in the right.
With Jimmy Butler and Nikola Mirotic still in Chicago with the flu, coach Fred Hoiberg said that Rondo will be the lead guard for the second unit.
Rondo made his return to the court on Tuesday for the undermanned Bulls, playing well in the loss, but still facing a number of unanswered questions.
The veteran has been given an explanation of why he has been buried on the bench for the last five games, and called it “bulls***.”