Rajon Rondo returns to Los Angeles Lakers practice after thumb injury | NBA News

Los Angeles Lakers point player Rajon Rondo has actually returned to training after recuperating from a damaged right thumb.

Rondo suffered the injury on the 2nd day of exercises in the NBA bubble, triggering interruption to the Western Conference’s front runner.

The 34-year-old cleared quarantine and was notified he was prepared to rejoin the Lakers, however his accessibility for video games in the first-round Western Conference series with the Portland Trail Blazers stays uncertain.

Image: Rondo’s return might offer an increase to LeBron James’ Lakers

The Lakers did sign JR Smith on July 1 to take Bradley’s put on the lineup and likewise included Dion Waiters.

In 48 video games this season, Rondo is balancing 7.1 points, 5.0 helps and 3.0 rebounds over 20.5 minutes, with 3 starts.

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