Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo will once again sit out Thursday night as he continues to nurse a wrist injury, according to the Boston Globe's Gary Washburn, Rondo originally suffered the injury during a hard spill against the Toronto Raptors last Wednesday night, and has missed the Celtics' three games since.
On Thurdsay night, the Celtics will conclude the back half of their home-and-home with the Orlando Magic. Despite playing without Rondo, guard Ray Allen and other primary rotation players, the Celtics dismantled Orlando in Boston on Monday night, holding the Magic to just 56 points.
The Celtics have won two of three contests in Rondo's absence, subbing in second-year guard Avery Bradley and rookie E'Twaun Moore for the majority of his minutes.
Rondo is averaging 15.0 points and 9.4 assists per game this season.