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ESPN's Marc Stein reports the Chicago Bulls have released former Boston Celtic Rajon Rondo.


This is not a huge surprise given the unguaranteed nature of Rondo's contract (only $3 million of his $13 million-dollar deal was guaranteed), the looming free agency period, the shift to a rebuild after moving on from Jimmy Butler and the addition of Kris Dunn, adding to the glut of competent point guards on the market. Rondo will likely sign quickly with a team in need of a floor general without much in the way of cap space to land one.


Stay tuned for more info on this developing story.

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Justin Quinn 6/30/2017 04:59:00 PM Edit
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