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Brad Stevens has no hard and fast date for when Rajon Rondo will return to the court for the Celtics. The coach insists he is not rushing Rondo back, even if the point guard’s absence affects the team’s preparation for the upcoming season.
“That’s something you have to balance,” Stevens told reporters Friday at a youth basketball clinic in Dorchester. “You’re going to introduce some things that may be best for [Rondo, but] on Oct. 7, in our first exhibition game, he may not be available.
“You’re going to have to figure out where you go from there, and how to best fit pieces into those spots. But we have a lot of versatile guys, and I think we’ll be able to, when he’s not playing, do things that are conducive to the skill set of others and, when [Rondo is] playing, incorporate him into is easily.”
Rondo has been out since early February, when he underwent surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. While initial reports indicated Rondo could be back by trainin
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New Celtics coach Brad Stevens said recently that his star point guard has been working hard to come back from his ACL tear, whenever that may be.
This is from Jay King at MassLive:
I told him, whenever he feels best and is ready to be back, we'll support him and we'll be happy that he's back," Stevens said Friday at Holland Elementary School in Dorchester, where...
According to Baxter Holmes of the Boston Globe, Boston Celtics Head Coach Brad Stevens said today that there is no timetable set for when Rajon Rondo might return to action. As you know, Rondo tore/ruptured his ACL back in late January of this year during a regular season bout with the Atlanta Hawks. The mercurial point guard then went on to have surgery in early February and,...
There's still no timetable as to when Rajon Rondo will return to the floor for the Boston Celtics.
But it's clear that the 6-foot-1 point guard's health is trending in the right direction.
The four-time all-star was in town last week and did some work on the floor with his new head coach Brad Stevens.
"He's obviously limited in what he can do on the court...
Rajon Rondo is expected to leave his endorsement deal with Nike for Anta.
Anta is a Chinese shoe company that signed Kevin Garnett a few years ago.
Rondo is rehabbing from a torn ACL.
The Boston Celtics are Rajon Rondo’s team now, and according to his mentor, Rondo is ready to lead.
As Kevin Garnett explained to the media, “he taught Rondo how to lead by example.”
“About leadership. I feel like one of the things I always tried to stress to him is, when you’re a leader, you lead by example. It’s not a lot about what you say, it’s a lot about what...
Former Celtics coach Doc Rivers wishes the city of Boston got to know one of their former stars, Kevin Garnett, better. “Fans never got to see Kevin’s personality,” the Los Angeles Clippers coach said, via WEEI.com.
The Celtics' fanbase, similar to the Bull's fanbase last season, are awaiting the return of their star point guard. However, with a team like the Celtics who are not expected to go far this year, the team may err on the cautious side so that they're playmaker is back at full strength. Brad Stevens' comments on Rajon Rondo's return agree with this, as reported...
Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo will likely miss all of the preseason as well as some regular season games, according to CSNNE.com. Rondo suffered a torn right ACL on Jan. 25. The knee was surgically repaired
This will be a strange year.
The Boston Celtics have a variety of needs, some pressing, others that
can be set on the back burner. These
needs are also often at cross purposes.
How these various and divergent paths are prioritized and woven together
will ultimately define how “successful” this season is viewed.
The new coach needs to meld together a group most of whom...
The start of training camp is just 18 days away now and players are filtering into Boston and we'll see more and more news coming out about players' activity as the season nears. With the Captain and KG in Brooklyn this season, there is a need for new leaders to step up. We are seeing evidence that there will be players stepping up this season to fill the leadership...
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I suggest you imagine the trailer voice guy reading the title, it becomes much scarier that way.
Oh, and before it's too late, you can un-throw up in your mouth because this is not a quote from Brad Stevens or any other Celtic. It's directly from the invincible Crawford himself.
#Celtics guard Jordan Crawford said in his 4th year in NBA he feels teammates are starting...
Is it just me or have we heard from Doc Rivers way more than Brad Stevens in the Boston media this summer? This despite the fact that Doc, you know, doesn't work here anymore — and Stevens does.
This time Doc is in the news for a good reason, back in town to host a charity event. While here, he again dished on quite a few Celtics related topics.
The one I found most interesting...