Rajon Rondo and the Kings ended their meeting and didn't agree to terms on a deal.
The Lakers called Rajon Rondo on Thursday to "touch base," according to Ramona Shelburne of ESPN.com.
The Kings and Rajon Rondo will reportedly have a meeting on Friday.
Rudy Gay is reportedly among the "loudest voices" urging Rajon Rondo to come to Sacramento.
The Kings are pushing hard for unrestricted free agent Rajon Rondo.
There is reportedly mutual interest between Rajon Rondo and the Kings.
According to the Boston Globe, the Kings are a "darkhorse location" for Rajon Rondo in free agency this summer.
Former NBA player Keyon Dooling defended Rajon Rondo by calling him "one of the most unselfish players in the league."
The Mavs opted not to give Rajon Rondo a playoff share.
Rajon Rondo and the Mavericks mutually agreed to part ways after his disappointing performance in the first two games of the playoffs, and they used his "back injury" as an excuse to save face.
The Lakers are reportedly only interested in signing Rajon Rondo as an unrestricted free agent this offseason at a discount.
Mavs' head coach Rick Carlisle said that the trade for Rajon Rondo was a risk worth taking, but he and the Mavericks organization are now ready to move on from the failed experiment.
Coach Rick Carlisle said he doesn't expect to see Rajon Rondo (back) with the Mavs again.
Rajon Rondo (back) is out indefinitely due to a back injury sustained in Game 2 on Tuesday.