Rajon Rondo was working in a drill with the first team today at the Celtics’ shootaround in Waltham, dribbling the ball with his sprained right wrist. He is listed as a game-time decision for tonight’s game with the New York Knicks. He hasn’t played since Jan. 18 after injuring the wrist falling to the floor after a collision with Toronto’s Linas Kleiza.
Rondo has missed the past eight games and the Celtics are 6-2 in those games with Avery Bradley starting at point guard. Celtics coach Doc Rivers said the offense is limited in the fourth quarter without Rondo because he has to simplify the sets.