Rajon Rondo, the Celtics point guard battling a hamstring injury he suffered against the Oklahoma City Thunder last week, is still considered questionable for Wednesday night's game at home against the New Jersey Nets, per the team's official Twitter account:
Rajon Rondo is walking through plays at shootaround in Waltham but is still considered a gametime decision for tonight vs. NJ.
Rondo is battling a sore left hamstring and has missed Boston's past two games, at Toronto and Atlanta. The Celtics are 1-1 without him. If he can't go, expect Nate Robinson to get the start once again.