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HOUSTON — No player is untradeable. That’s a take-it-to-the-bank truism no matter the player or his situation, because the NBA — like other professional leagues — is, of course, a business.
With that said, it seems unlikely that Rajon Rondo will be leaving Boston anytime soon.
“What’s real is, he’s going nowhere,” Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge told the Globe Monday. “That’s what’s real.”
Ainge was speaking on the heels of another round of trade rumors involving the Celtics’ star point guard, who has yet to play a game this season because he is recovering from knee surgery.