Looks like the Celtics won't test Rajon Rondo's hamstring injury against the 4-9 Raptors as coach Doc Rivers will rest his starting point guard this afternoon
"He's good, he's not playing," Rivers said. "He's feeling better. He felt pretty good, it's just a hamstring. There is a little something there. It's not bad, but with hamstrings -- if this was a playoff game, would he play? Yeah. But I look at it: we have back to backs and if we can probably not play him in both, we have three days off and it gives him a chance to get healthy. You just don't want to take any chances with that."
In Rondo's place, it's no surprise that backup Nate Robinson will get the start over Delonte West, who is fresh off his 10-game suspension earlier this year.