Gary Washburn's Sunday article about Rajon Rondo included a number of fairly standard quotes from the injured point guard; he's frustrated watching the Celtics from the sideline, he thinks the Celtics could compete next year with a Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Rondo-nucleus, he misses playing in the playoffs, blah blah blah.
He did, however, offer some interesting insight into his rehab from a torn ACL.
"Every ACL surgery they say you can start running in about four to six 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 far from my surgery. I get in between six to 12 months."
Rondo underwent surgery on Feb. 13 and said it's a six- to 12-month window to return, but also noted, "everybody's different. I can walk. I should be walking by now and I can walk. I can't jump. I can't run but I'm walking so for me that's on schedule."
So there you go Celtics fans. Your star point guard can't run or