Rajon Rondo: Dallas is a great place to get a [expletive] win

Rajon Rondo didn't mince words about his feelings toward Dallas.

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There’s no love lost between the Dallas Mavericks and Rajon Rondo. The temperamental point guard was cut by the team last season after butting heads with head coach Rick Carlisle on numerous occasions.

So in his first game back to Dallas, Rondo made sure to stick it to his old club, going for 18 points, 12 assists, five rebounds and three steals in the Kings’ 104-101 win.

But Rondo wasn’t done twisting the knife in the Mavericks and their fans. He decided to leave Dallas this parting gift in the postgame interview.

Ouch. But you gotta give Rondo credit for the timely self-editing on that one though.