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Although Rajon Rondo has continued to maintain silence to the media as he awaits a potential surgery on his torn ACL, the C’s point guard appears to be exploring all possible avenues of advice from both doctors and athletes on his way to recovery. According to A. Sherrod Blakely of CSNNE.com

“He (Dr. Andrews) is one that we’re definitely considering,” Rondo’s agent Bill Duffy, told CSNNE.com. “If he’s No. 1, there’s a couple 1As and 1Bs we’re looking at as well.”

Duffy said the second opinion on Rondo’s knee will not be made for at least another four or five days in order to allow the swelling to go down.

In addition, Duffy said they are in the process of setting up meetings with other athletes who have had similar injuries.

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is among those that Rondo’s camp hopes to speak with very soon.

Let’s hope the magic still works.

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  • TOM

    For Rondo. Its always a great idea to get a 2nd independent opinion to see that if the knee did suffer an ACL tear or not. I feel bad that this injury happened. Hopefully its not an ACL Tear. Get better soon.