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Rondo OK; House misses practice

Posted by Frank Dell'Apa, Globe Staff  March 14, 2009 01:32 PM

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Point guard Rajon Rondo felt no after-effects from a right ankle sprain during the Celtics' 102-92 win over Memphis Friday. But guard Eddie House missed practice Saturday's practice because of a family problem and his status was not determined for Sunday's visit to Milwaukee.

"I tried to be aggressive and get into the paint," Rondo said after a short workout. "I felt good. My ankle is taped but it feels good."

Rondo missed two games, both Celtic losses, after sustaining the injury March 6.

The Celtics trained for about 30 minutes, then newcomers Stephon Marbury and Mikki Moore went through offensive sets with J.R. Giddens, Gabe Pruitt, and Bill Walker.

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