Boston, MA (Sports Network) - Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo will miss the
remainder of the season after tests Sunday revealed a torn ACL in his right
Rondo was hurt during Friday's double-overtime loss at Atlanta and had been
receiving treatment for what was originally diagnosed as a hyperextended knee.
He was a late scratch for Sunday's game against Miami and was instead sent to
a Boston hospital for tests.
The team revealed the severity of the injury Sunday afternoon and said a date
for surgery has yet to be determined.
Rondo, voted an All-Star starter for the Eastern Conference, is averaging 13.7
points and an NBA-best 11.1 assists in 38 games this season.
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