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Rondo just missed a triple-double in 33 minutes Monday against the Suns as he scored 14 points (6-10 FG, 2-10 FT) to go along with 10 rebounds, nine assists and one steal.
Rondo might not be an elite scoring option, but he is a threat to record a triple-double whenever he steps onto the court. Continue to expect excellent all-around production from Rondo.
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Rondo provided six points (3-10 FG), eight rebounds, a season-high 16 assists, and three assists in 31 minutes in the loss to Cleveland on Friday.
Rondo provided double-digit assists for the fifth time this season, but he had a late-game turnover that sealed the game for the Cavaliers. His scoring will come and go, but his passing will remain true.
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Rondo (hand) scored a team-high 20 points (8-15 FG, 4-7 3P) with 12 assists, nine rebounds and two steals in 36 minutes during Wednesday's loss to the Thunder.
He missed the Celtics' last game on Saturday after getting a screw removed from his surgically-repaired hand, but Rondo returned to action with a vengeance on Wednesday. It's early yet, but his rebounding numbers have been way up so far this season, making him a threat to collect a triple-double seemingly every time out.
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Rondo (hand) will return to the court Wednesday to face the Thunder on Wednesday.
Rondo missed Saturday's contest after having the screws removed from his hand. While he will return Wednesday, he will reportedly be less than 100 percent. "It's a little sore," Rondo said Tuesday, "but nothing I can't play with." The team will likely watch him closely, and could limit his minutes if his hand shows any affects of the procedure.
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Rondo (hand) was on the court for the end of Tuesday's practice, A. Sherrod Blakely of CSN reports.
His presence at Tuesday's session is an indication that he'll likely be ready to return for Wednesday's matchup against the Thunder. However, the Celtics have not officially confirmed he'll play - and they likely won't do so until Wednesday afternoon - so be sure to check back for a definitive update before deploying him in daily formats.
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Rondo had a successful procedure to remove a screw from his surgically repaired hand Saturday, and is expected to be available against the Thunder on Wednesday.
He is out Saturday, and with Marcus Smart (ankle) also out, Avery Bradley and Phil Pressey are both solid daily plays. However, owners should start Rondo next week with confidence.
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Rondo will not accompany the team to Chicago for Saturday's game, as he will have a screw removed from his surgically repaired left hand this weekend.
The Celtics don't have another game until Wednesday, so it sounds like Rondo will just miss the one game. Marcus Smart left Friday's game with a severely sprained ankle, meaning Avery Bradley and Phil Pressey will be the only options at point guard Saturday.
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Rondo scored 13 points (5-8 FG, 3-4 FT) with 15 assists and 10 rebounds in 37 minutes during Wednesday's loss to the Raptors.
After teasing a triple-double a couple of times already, Rondo finally racked up his first (and likely not his last) TD of the season. He may not finish the season in Boston, but he's showing no signs of slacking despite the young squad around him.
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Rondo (hand) struggled with his shot Monday but was still productive, scoring seven points (3-11 FG, 0-1 3P, 1-2 FT) with 15 assists, nine rebounds and two steals in 37 minutes during Monday's loss to the Mavs.
The renewed swelling in his hand may have been a factor, but then again Rondo isn't a stranger to bad shooting nights even when he's healthy. His offense may be occasionally inconsistent, but the Celtics' point guard is once again a great source of assists and rebounds relative to his position.
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Rondo has dealt with swelling in his previously broken hand but it isn't concerning according to him, CSN New England reports.
Rondo had a spectacular start to the regular season Wednesday and there's no reason to believe he'll disappoint moving forward. He will take the court against the Rockets on Saturday and will likely continue to prove that his hand injury is no longer an issue.