Rajon Rondo has found yet another home


The last Celtics captain has found another new home.

Rajon Rondo, who served as the only captain Brad Stevens has ever named while coaching the Celtics, has found a new deal at the age of 34.

The Hawks are Rondo's sixth team since leaving the Celtics during the 2014-15 season. The point guard has played for Dallas, Sacramento, Chicago, New Orleans and the Lakers.

For his career, Rondo has averaged 10.2 points and 8.3 assists per game. During the Lakers' championship campaign last season he put in 20.5 minutes per game while averaging 7.1 points and five assists per contest.

Rondo marks the third free agent signing for the Hawks in the past two days, with Atlanta locking up Danilo Gallinari and former Providence College star Kris Dunn.