Tiger Fight, October 19th. Recently, ESPN reporter Rachel Nichols revealed on the podcast "The Full 48" that Lakers guard Rajon Rondo once told her that he was considering retiring after experiencing the failed season of the Lone Ranger.
10月19日的老虎大战最近，ESPN记者雷切尔·尼科尔斯（Rachel Nichols）在播客“ The Full 48”中透露，湖人队后卫拉琼·朗多曾告诉她，在经历了孤独游侠的失败赛季后，他正考虑退休。
"He told me that a few years ago he was about to retire," Rachel said. "Because of the'disasters' between him and coach Rick Carlisle in the Lone Ranger-we can blame everything on this-he said Hugh Only two teams contacted him during the game, and Rondo thought at the time,'Well, I might never want to play basketball again.' He could have said goodbye to basketball at that time."
Rondo was traded to the Lone Ranger by the Celtics in the 2014-15 season. After that, he had a conflict with head coach Rick Carlisle. After the season, he did not return to the Lone Ranger. According to previous reports, Rondo did not receive the season The playoff bonuses.
After that, Rondo didn't choose to retire. Over the years, he moved to the Kings, Bulls and Pelicans and gradually proved his game value. This season, Rondo played well in the playoffs with the Lakers and finally won the championship.
During the playoffs, Rondo played in 16 games, averaging 8.9 points, 4.3 rebounds, 6.6 assists and 1.38 steals in 24.7 minutes, and his three-point percentage was as high as 40%.