Rajon Rondo has no illusions about being the alpha dog of the Bulls.

[SHOP: Gear up, Bulls fans!]

In his introductory press conference, the new Bulls point guard told the media he knows whose team it is:

Rondo, 30, signed a two-year deal with the Bulls a little over a week after the organization traded away Derrick Rose.

The Bulls also inked 34-year-old Dwyane Wade to a two-year contract Wednesday night, forming a veteran and battle-tested backcourt behind Butler.