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Rajon Rondo Benched On His Own Bobblehead Night
Rajon Rondo signed a two-year, $27-million deal with the Bulls in the offseason, but the love affair with the controversial point guard has gone sour ever since, with Rondo putting up career lows in both field-goal and free-throw percentage.
It was supposed to be a special night for Rondo at the United Center, as employees handed out mini versions of the guard on his bobblehead night.
The Bulls started Michael Carter-Williams at point guard and Rondo never saw the floor for a single minute on his night. He was the only active Bulls player to not record a minute tonight
Bulls about a month too late for Rondo Bobblehead night to be anything but a cruel reminder pic.twitter.com/wvIzOTuuQK
— Michael Lee (@MrMichaelLee) January 10, 2017
The Bulls lost the game 109-94 to the Oklahoma City Thunder.