Wearing a plum-colored short-sleeved suit, Rondo continues questionable antics
You could say that Rajon Rondo isn’t the most popular player in the NBA.
Besides getting run out of Boston, Dallas and Sacramento, Rondo was on the verge of being pushed away from his own team yet again, this time being the Chicago Bulls.
He was able to stick it out for the season, and returned to form from his days with the Celtics in the first round of the NBA playoffs before a broken thumb sidelined him for Game 3.
With no way to help his team on the court, Rondo looked to help his team while sitting on the bench. Not by cheering them on or by offering tips of what he’s seeing, but by sticking his foot up in an appeared attempt to trip Boston’s Jae Crowder.
Did Rondo try to trip Jae Crowder from the bench? pic.twitter.com/njCRgTFOLo
— SLAM Magazine (@SLAMonline) April 21, 2017
Next time he tries to help his team by intentionally tripping someone, maybe he should wear a less noticeable suit?
Excuse my fascination… pic.twitter.com/t0EtJBfluI
— Ric Bucher (@RicBucher) April 22, 2017
Rondo suit not bad. He shoulda played the shorts with it tho 😂😂
— Marleythe (@rev_popoff) April 22, 2017
People acting like Rondo rocking a short sleeved suit is the craziest look haven't seen what Russ Westbrook strolls into every arena wearing
— Ben Lockhart (@lockhartbp) April 22, 2017
Rondo's sleeveless suit needs to become a serious thing cause i really want one…
— Brandon (@Brandon_Votweet) April 22, 2017
Stylist: what you want
Rondo: give me the joker's purple suit but make it hipster
Stylist: I got you fam pic.twitter.com/o5g0eMTKxk
— Will Thompson (@thrillis4) April 21, 2017