Celtics president Rich Gotham said he's heard nothing about Rajon Rondo requesting a trade.
League executives think Rajon Rondo will start the 2014-15 season with the Boston Celtics due to a lack of leverage in his trade request.
Rajon Rondo reportedly would like to begin the 2014-15 season with the Celtics and then see where things go from there.
Rajon Rondo's agent denied on Sunday that Rondo has demanded a trade from the Celtics.
Rajon Rondo has told Boston management that "he wants out," according to Jackie MacMullan.
Both the Kings and Celtics are denying rumors that the teams are close to a deal that would send Rajon Rondo to Sacramento.
Tyler Spence, the host of a sports talk radio show, said on Twitter that a source has confirmed that there is an "80 percent chance" Rajon Rondo is traded to the Kings in a deal that would send Ben McLemore and Derrick Williams to the Celtics.
Contrary to earlier reports, the Celtics have not had any communication with the Rockets regarding a trade for Rajon Rondo, according to multiple sources.
Rajon Rondo spoke about the potential of becoming an unrestricted free agent after the 2014-15 season.
The Indiana Pacers are reportedly trying to engage the Celtics in a multi-team deal that would involve Rajon Rondo.
The Celtics, who reached out to Isaiah Thomas as soon as free agency opened, have reportedly been in talks with the Kings about acquiring Rajon Rondo recently.
The Celtics have not abandoned hope of finding a big-name player to go with Rajon Rondo just yet.
Mark Heisler is reporting that the Celtics might be inclined to trade Rajon Rondo to the Kings for the No. 8 pick.
Rajon Rondo hinted in a recent interview that the Celtics might be making a play for Carmelo Anthony.