Rajon Rondo was born on February 22, 1986, in Louisville, Kentucky. Despite sometimes antagonizing his trainers, Rondo proved an intelligent and talented basketball player in high school and faculty. He led the Boston Celtics to the NBA championship in 2008, and cemented his spot among the game’s greatest point guards in ensuing seasons.
Although Rondo initially favored football and baseball, he turned his focus on basketball at Eastern High School. Establishing a tone that could be replicated in his rise to the game’s highest degree, the headstrong Rondo collided with Trainer Doug Bibby before the two developed a common trust.
Named a 2004 McDonald’s All American, he registered in the University of Kentucky.
Head coach Tubby Smith favored a purposeful, disciplined halfcourt offense, and Rondo sometimes blown off his directions in a effort to increase the sport. He declared his intent to turn professional by the end of his sophomore year.
An extremely fast 6’1″ playmaker with very long arms and huge hands, Rondo was considered an interesting gift. Nevertheless, he was likewise an undesirable shot, and there were questions about his leadership abilities. Rondo was chosen by the Phoenix Suns using the No. 21 overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft and was promptly traded to the Boston Celtics.
Rondo started his NBA career as the Celtics’ third-string point guard. In a familiar refrain, head coach Doc Rivers was initially put off by Rondo’s stubbornness, however he soon grew to understand the rookie’s basketball IQ and competitive nature. Rondo was given the opportunity to begin consistently in the season’s second half, and played well enough to make the NBA All-Rookie Second Team.
Before the 2007-08 season, Boston got expert stars Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen to team up with high-scoring swingman Paul Pierce. Many considered the team’s lofty aims could be sabotaged by the inconsistent play of its own youthful point guard, but Rondo shown up to the job along with his power to get to the basket and deliver passes to the “Big Three” of Garnett, Allen and Pierce. Rondo helped the Celtics win a league-best 66 matches and defeat the competition Los Angeles Lakers in six games to win the NBA championship.
From the time the 2009-10 season was under way, Rondo was definitely on equal ground along with his vaunted “Big Three” teammates.
He underwent operation several weeks after, together with the purpose of regaining his place on the list of NBA’s top point guards in the beginning of these season.
Rondo stays close to his mom and sibs. He’s two kids along with his fiance, Ashley Bachelor: daughter Ryelle and son Rajon Jr.
Although considered intensely private, the basketball star has turned out to be generous with his time. In 2011, he found the Rajon Rondo Foundation to offer children residing in low income regions with safe, dependable resources and expectation for the long run. He also runs a yearly summer camp for youth basketball players.