Four-time NBA All-Star Rajon Rondo faces a make-or-break season in 2015-16. After seeing his production dip and undergoing a shameful end to his partial season with the Dallas Mavericks, Rondo inked a one-year deal with the rudderless Sacramento Kings in the hopes of rebuilding his reputation. It remains to be seen if he manages to succeed, but it is an opportunity that he must seize at 29 years old.
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That work begins in the offseason, when players can improve and develop skills on their own time. In keeping with his history as an endlessly resourceful and creative point guard, Rondo has utilized a secret weapon to help in his training. Take a look:
For the record, the NBA rule book does not specifically outlaw handle-less scooters. It's not traveling as long as the dribble stays active!
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