Rajon Rondo injury: Celtics guard has no timetable for return
Rajon Rondo is eight months removed from surgery that repaired a partial tear of his right ACL but don't expect him, or the Boston Celtics, to set a formal return date. ESPN's Chris Forsberg reports that won't happen, and first-year coach Brad Stevens told his All-Star point guard to return whenever he feels comfortable.
Rondo tore his ACL in a Jan. 25 game against the Atlanta Hawks and even played on it for a few minutes in that outing. That weekend before a game against the Miami Heat, the point guard was sent to a local hospital for an MRI.
What was originally thought to be a hyperextension turned out to be much worse. On Feb. 12, Rondo underwent a procedure done by Dr. James Andrews.
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