Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo has been dressing in team
warm ups and taking jumpers with the club prior to games and during practice,
but he is still a ways off from returning to play in games. Rondo continues to
recover from season-ending ACL surgery, which is expected to sideline him until
early next season.
“Every ACL surgery they say you can start running in about 4-6 months [after surgery],” he said. “I think that’s when I’ll start running. That’s in the textbook of ACL rehab. I don’t know how long training camp is from my surgery. I get in between 6-12 months.”