The beloved 38-year-old Grizzlies icon is thinking about life after basketball, but he wasn’t ready to declare himself out of the game just yet as he spent the weekend in town appearing at the events comprising the first Memphis Basketball Legends Weekend. “I’ve been working on some things, just really trying to see what I want to do with the next part of my life,” Randolph said. “I’ve been thinking about hanging it up and seeing what’s going on and what I want to do in the next phase of my life.”
September 29, 2020 | 4:04 pm EDT Update
Mike Trudell: Rajon Rondo credited his belief in himself and confidence to be able to come back and play despite 6 months or so off the court due to the hiatus and then his fractured thumb. He’s played at his highest level in 2 years w/LAL since Game 1 vs. Houston.