Rajon Rondo had meeting with New Orleans Pelicans Thursday

Clyde Nash
July 16, 2017

Rajon Rondo's deep career tour through the National Basketball Association will continue in 2017-18 when he plays for the New Orleans Pelicans, his fifth team in four seasons.

Rondo, 31, spent his first eight full National Basketball Association seasons with Boston, helping the Celtics win the 2008 championship and reach the Finals again in 2010.

Rondo is obviously at the tail end of his career, which is why it makes sense that this would be a one-year rental.

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On Thursday, ESPN's Zach Lowe and Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted that the Pelicans were meeting with Rondo.

The Chicago Bulls waived Rondo on June 30 after just one season.

The former Chicago Bulls point guard met with the New Orleans Pelicans on Thursday over a potential one-year contract with the team, ESPN's Zach Lowe reported on Twitter, citing National Basketball Association sources.

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Rondo drew interest from the Los Angeles Lakers but previous stops around the league included turbulence with coaches and teammates.

New Orleans has no proven point guard on the roster behind Holiday. He also played one season for the Sacramento Kings in 2015-16 and 46 games for the Dallas Mavericks in 2014-15 after spending his first eight-plus campaigns with the Boston Celtics.

Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg benched Rondo around the halfway mark of the season, but after trying a number of different combinations, he finally brought him back into the starting lineup as the team pushed for a playoff spot. With Rondo sidelined, the Bulls lost four straight.

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