Could Rajon Rondo be headed to the Lakers?

Since leaving Boston, guard Rajon Rondo has made stops in Dallas, Sacramento and most recently Chicago.

As a member of the Bulls last season, he had a roller coaster regular year, but showed flashes of brilliance in the playoffs against the Celtics. Rondo helped lead the Bulls to two victories in Boston, before getting hurt in Game Two. The former Celtic never returned to play against the C's, and the Bulls missed him dearly as they lost the series in six.

The marriage in Chicago was a curious one, concluding in Rondo being waived late last week by the Bulls.

Rumors have swirled where the 11-year veteran would land next, and according to reports one destination is in Los Angeles with the Lakers:

This would be an intriguing move for Rondo. He would be able to mentor Lonzo Ball, who the Lakers selected second overall in the June draft. The 30-year-old Rondo would likely get some steady minutes with the Lakers given the recent departure of D'Angelo Russell.

The most interesting aspect about this possible marriage is the fact that Rondo's jump shot, might actually be prettier than Ball's. Rondo certainly won't be giving the rook any advice on form, but could bring a solid encyclopedia of knowledge to the young guard from his experience in the league with veterans like Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Dwayne Wade.

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