Before Rajon Rondo left town Thursday, he had one last thing to do.

Rondo, who was traded to the Dallas Mavericks as part of a five-player deal, played one final game of Connect 4 as a member of the Boston Celtics during a community appearance Thursday. He and his family played his favorite game with patients at Boston Children’s Hospital, according to the Boston Herald, giving no indication whether Rondo¬†knew the Celtics were in the process of trading him.

“He was just in really good spirits and did a great job,” Heather Walker, the Celtics’ senior director of public relations, told the Herald.

Rondo, along with little-used reserve Dwight Powell, was traded to the Mavericks on Thursday for Jameer Nelson, Jae Crowder and Brandan Wright. The Celtics also received a conditional first-round draft pick, a 2016 second-round pick and a $12.9 million trade exception.

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