Rajon Rondo Listed as Day-to-Day After Suffering Hamstring Injury Against Thunder

The Celtics are headed north of the border to take on the Toronto Raptors on Sunday afternoon. Their starting point guard will be on hand, but whether he plays is yet to be determined.

Rajon Rondo is day-to-day with a strained left hamstring suffered in the fourth quarter of the Celtics' loss Friday night to the Oklahoma City Thunder. He exited the game midway through the quarter, briefly re-entered, and then sat out the final 4:44 as Delonte West finished the game at point guard.

Rondo's status going forward is unknown. He will likely be a game-time decision Sunday in Toronto. The Celtics then head to Atlanta for another game Monday night.

Delonte West will likely start if Rondo can't, and rookie Avery Bradley may see some minutes off the bench as West's backup.

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