After spending the first nine years of his NBA career with the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers veteran point guard Rajon Rondo has been a one-year journeyman.

The Boston Celtics traded Rondo to the Dallas Mavericks in 2014. The Mavs were hoping Rondo could stay in Dallas for the long-haul, but the four-time All-Star didn't have the best relationship with head coach Rick Carlisle.

Since then, Rondo has signed one-year deals with the Sacramento Kings, Chicago Bulls, New Orleans Pelicans and Lakers. The 33-year-old, who might not return to the Lakers next year, has been embracing life as an NBA nomad.

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“Honestly, I thought I would hate it,” Rondo told Bill Oram of The Athletic. “But I mean, I love traveling. I’ve got to experience a bunch of beautiful cities. People never have the opportunity to do what they love and get to move to cities. I’ve been with a lot of organizations, great teammates, great friendships. So it’s all about perspective for me.”

This season with the Lakers, Rondo has played in 43 games. While he's been a solid veteran for the team, his lack of perimeter shooting skills didn't fit in with superstar LeBron James.

Rondo wants to be back in Los Angeles. We'll see if that happens.