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Rajon Rondo out of NBA playoffs indefinitely with broken thumb

Chicago Bulls guard Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely with a broken right thumb. The team announced the injury on Friday, hours before the Bulls host the Boston Celtics in Game 3 of their first-round playoff series. The former University of Kentucky star injured his hand in Game 2 as the Bulls took a surprising 2-0 lead over the top-seeded Celtics.

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‘Vintage’ Rajon Rondo fueling Chicago Bulls’ playoff resurgence

Those of us who believed the Bulls would have been better off trading former University of Kentucky star Rajon Rondo around midseason regret the impulse. Overall, the presence of the 31-year-old has been more positive than negative, and Rondo’s combination of edginess and intelligence has fostered respect on and off the court, especially with younger players who consider him a mentor.

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Hawkins, Willis begin next chapter of their lives - the autograph tour

Now that they are former Kentucky Wildcats, Dominique Hawkins and Derek Willis are touring around their home state to see fans and sign paraphernalia.
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Hawkins, Willis begin next chapter of their lives - the autograph tour 1:37

Hawkins, Willis begin next chapter of their lives - the autograph tour

Sights, sounds and speeches from dedication of Bud Dupree Drive 4:28

Sights, sounds and speeches from dedication of Bud Dupree Drive

Bud Dupree and his dad talk about street being renamed for ex-Cat 4:00

Bud Dupree and his dad talk about street being renamed for ex-Cat

 'One down, 24 to go.' Cauley-Stein pushing Kings toward playoffs 1:41

'One down, 24 to go.' Cauley-Stein pushing Kings toward playoffs

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