OAKLAND, Calif. – Rajon Rondo said he "hasn't had a change of heart" about re-signing with the Dallas Mavericks since his argument with Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle.
"People say I'm not trying to be here, but I don't talk to anybody but the five people that are in my circle," Rondo said. "I will vent to them about where I want to be. I'm happy. I'm in a great situation. The best thing is the weather. I miss my kids. I miss my family. That's hard, as well not having them and you come home after playing a bad game. They are always there to cheer you up. That's been difficult.
"I haven't had a change of heart about wanting to be here. But I said that in Boston, too, and look what happened."
Q: What do you think about the perception that you want to depart from Dallas?
Rondo: "First of all, I'm misunderstood in general. I don't mind because I'm very quiet and I stay to myself. People are going to say what they want to say. I don't talk, so I don't know why they would say that. I don'tRead More »from Rajon Rondo still open to re-signing with Mavericks