On Thursday, the Los Angeles Clippers acquired veteran point guard Rajon Rondo from the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for former Sixth Man of the Year Lou Williams. It's safe to say that one of the team's youngest players, Terance Mann, is a fan of the move. In fact, after the Clippers' 98-85 win over the San Antonio Spurs, Mann showed reporters a Rajon Rondo rookie card that he has apparently carried with him since middle school. 

Earlier on Thursday, the LA Clippers announced that the team acquired Rajon Rondo from the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for Lou Williams, two future second-round draft picks and cash considerations in the deal. The 35-year-old Rondo returns to Los Angeles, where he won his second NBA title last season with the Lakers before joining the Hawks on a two-year, $15 million deal during the offseason. The veteran NBA star will give the Clippers championship experience, leadership and basketball IQ at point guard.