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Rajon Rondo had his first public workout since April on Wednesday morning. Rondo wore a small brace on his right knee and showed few lingering effects from the injury. Rondo moved fluidly overall. “I’ve seen him every day, so it’s harder for me to tell than maybe you to tell because you haven’t seen him on the court for a while,” Brad Stevens said. “He looks good to me. That being said, he still has a ways to go.” The Boston Celtics will have a point guard by committee approach until Rondo returns.
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