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Rajon Rondo was scratched shortly before the Celtics’ 106-103 win against the Charlotte Bobcats Friday night at TD Garden with a bruised left shin, and the point guard is questionable to play Saturday in Cleveland.
The Celtics’ captain suffered the injury after being kneed in the leg in Wednesday’s loss at Atlanta.
Rondo went through warm-ups before facing Charlotte but felt he wasn’t healthy enough.
Saturday’s game is the second of a back-to-back sets, and Rondo hasn’t played in any such games this season, sitting out to rest his surgically repaired right knee.
But his status is unclear for the game against the Cavaliers.
“Obviously if he feels good he can [play], because it’s not a back-to-back for him, but I don’t know,” Stevens said.