Rajon Rondo Injury: Updates on Celtics Star’s Broken Hand and Return

September 26th, 2014 by Joseph Zucker Leave a reply »

Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo broke his hand.

The team announced that Rondo had surgery on Friday. The injury came Thursday night after Rondo fell at his home:

The Boston Celtics announced today that guard Rajon Rondo underwent successful surgical fixation of a left metacarpal fracture this morning at New England Baptist Hospital. The injury was a result of a fall at his home last night. The surgery was performed by Dr. Hervey Kimball and Celtics Team Physician Dr. Brian McKeon.

Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Rondo could be out for six weeks:

Jeff Goodman of ESPN reported on how the injury occurred:

Baxter Holmes of The Boston Globe reported that Rondo, head coach Brad Stevens and general manager Danny Ainge will speak to the media on Monday:

After tearing his ACL in January 2013, Rondo missed major parts of the last two seasons. He played in a combined 68 games between the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons.

While the Celtics are currently in a rebuilding period, Rondo remains a key piece of the franchise. He's by fa ...

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