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Celtics look to benefit from Rondo’s return tonight against Lakers

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WALTHAM, Mass. — Rajon Rondo’s rehab continues.
And now it will take place in live NBA games.
The Boston Celtics’ point guard, who has not played since tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee last Jan. 25, is scheduled to return tonight. Coach Brad Stevens and general manager Danny Ainge both said Rondo would return for the game against the Los Angeles Lakers “barring any setbacks.”
“I don’t think we can expect him to be the Game 7 Rajon Rondo tomorrow,” Stevens said before practice on Thursday. “This is part of the process to getting back to ...


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