Rajon Rondo stunner looks like the break Celtics needed


by New York Post

CHICAGO — Chicago Bulls guard Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely with a broken right thumb. The team announced the injury on Friday, hours before the Bulls host the Boston Celtics in Game 3 of their first-round playoff series. The Bulls won the first two games in Boston. Rondo injured his right hand in Game 2 and...

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www.chicagotribune.com reports:

Rajon Rondo tells a Bulls-Celtics truth

Five things off Game 2 of Bulls-Celtics: 1. Rajon Rondo dissected the Celtics and then announced the vivisection. Yes. Well. He always did think of himself as an all-around player. As the Bulls were pantsing the Celtics in Boston for a second straight game, Rondo was dishing off a franchise playoff-record-tying...

www.chicagotribune.com reports:

Could Rajon Rondo return before Bulls-Celtics series ends?

For the second straight day, Rajon Rondo created a stir in the pre-practice portion open to reporters. On Monday, Rondo ditched the cast he had been wearing to protect an inflamed tendon in his right wrist, though he still wore a splint to protect his fractured right thumb. On Tuesday, Rondo took...

ABC News reports:

Does Rajon Rondo's injury give the Celtics the edge over the Bulls?

The Chicago Bulls' roller-coaster season has its latest unexpected turn. After taking a 2-0 lead on the road in their first-round series against the top-seeded Boston Celtics in large part thanks to the play of point guard Rajon Rondo, the Bulls learned Friday that Rondo will be sidelined indefinitely with a right thumb fracture. It is occasionally possible to play through a thumb fracture, as Boston guard Avery Bradley did in 2015, but even most thumb...