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No timetable yet on Rajon Rondo’s return

Rajon Rondo is sprinting up and down the court. He’s playing teammates in one-on-one before games. He’s participating here and there in Celtics practices.

These are all recent signs of progress after the All-Star point guard tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in January, after he had it repaired a month later by famed orthopedic surgeon James Andrews, and after he has been diligently rehabbing in the months since.

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