He just keeps getting better and better. Now, at 24 years old, he is the face of the most storied franchise in NBA history.
In 2004, Rondo was named to the McDonald’s All-American Team and scored a total of 14 points, 4 assists and 4 rebounds in the all-star game. He also participated in the 2004 Jordan Capital Classic game, logging 12 points, 5 assists and 4 steals. He ended his career as Oak Hill Academy’s all-time assists leader in a single season with 494 assists.
In 2006, following the 2005–06 NCAA season, NBA draft. Rondo was drafted 21st overall by the Phoenix Suns the NBA Draft. He was signed by the Boston Celtics on July 4, 2006.
In 2007-08, Rondo secured a spot in the starting lineup, starting in every game.
In 2008–09 seasons, In his third NBA campaign, the Celtics began the season with the best starting record in NBA history and also set a franchise record with a nineteen-game winning streak.
In 2009–10 seasons, Rondo averaged career highs in points (13.7), assists (9.8) and steals (2.3) and became the first Celtic to lead the league in steals.
In 2010–11 seasons, In the first game, Rondo put up 17 assists, which tied with Oscar Robertson for the third-most assists in
a season opener. In the third game of the season, he dished out a career-high 24 assists along with a triple-double (10
points and 10 rebounds) against the New York Knicks.