Bulls Sign Rajon Rondo To 2-Year, $28 Million Deal

The Bulls have found a replacement for Derrick Rose in the form of Rajon Rondo. Chicago signed the enigmatic former Sacramento point guard to a 2-year, $28 million (there are conflicting reports that say he got $30 million) contract.

Rondo led the NBA in assists per game last season with 11.7, but earned himself a suspension after hurling a homophobic slur at referee Bill Kennedy.

Marc J. Spears of ESPN‘s “The Undefeated” had the news first:

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