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Celtics’ plan without Rajon Rondo emerges

WALTHAM — As the Celtics attempt to push away from the Rajon Rondo effect and sail more toward ball movement and shared responsibility, some of those players who perhaps suffered as a result of Rondo’s ball domination are expressing renewed optimism about increased opportunities in the offense.

Jason Terry and Brandon Bass pointed out that the new rapid ball movement the Celtics will employ now that Rondo, the league’s assist leader, is out for the season with a torn right anterior cruciate ligament, is likely more conducive to their games.

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