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Rajon Rondo

Rajon Rondo

G - CLE - DTD

Height: 6' 1"Weight: 180 lbsAge: 36College: KentuckyDrafted: #21 (1st Rd.)

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Rajon Rondo (ankle) out Saturday vs. Knicks

According to the NBA Injury Report, Rajon Rondo (ankle) has been ruled out Saturday vs. the Knicks.

Fantasy Impact

Rondo is set to extended his absence streak from the lineup to 11 games in a row on Saturday. With minimal games left in the season, it remains unlikely the 36-year-old suits up again in the regular season for the team.

Rajon Rondo (ankle) out Thursday

Rajon Rondo (ankle) will miss Thursday night's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Fantasy Impact

Rondo is dealing with a sprained ankle that will force him to be sidelined Thursday. When he will be able to finally make his return is still unknown, and fantasy managers can look for Caris LeVert to see additional minutes in his absence.

Leo Sells7 weeks ago
Rajon Rondo (ankle) doubtful Wednesday vs Mavericks

Cavaliers G Rajon Rondo is doubtful for Wednesday's game against Dallas according to the Akron Beacon Journal's Marla Ridenour.

Fantasy Impact

Rondo, despite the slight status upgrade, seems likely to miss his ninth consecutive contest as he works back from a sprained right ankle. The Kentucky product's next chance to return to the court would be Thursday in Atlanta.

Luke Monaldo8 weeks ago
Rajon Rondo (ankle) out Monday vs Magic

According to the NBA Injury Report, Rajon Rondo (ankle) ruled out Monday vs the Magic.

Fantasy Impact

Rondo will miss his eighth consecutive game on Monday with an ailing ankle injury. The veterans absence has continue to clear the way for Lamar Stevens and Brandon Goodwin to see extended minutes.

Rajon Rondo (ankle) remains out Saturday

Cavaliers guard Rajon Rondo will remain out Saturday night against the Bulls with a lingering ankle injury.

Fantasy Impact

This will be the seventh straight game missed by Rondo due to an ankle injury. Caris Levert and Lamar Stevens are both likely to see increased run as a result.

Jeremy Orriss8 weeks ago
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