Rajon Rondo will start for the Celtics in Game 4 of their playoff series against the Heat. How much he can give the team after suffering a dislocated left elbow in Game 3 is still an open question. "As long as you keep playing, everyone’s going to get hit at some point in the game," Celtics coach Doc Rivers said. "I think it would be obvious for all of us if he just can’t play. I think we’ll all know that."
Delonte West (shoulder) is also ready to play, Rivers said. Carlos Arroyo is also active for Game 4, giving the Celtics three point guards. Troy Muprhy joins Avery Bradley and Sasha Pavlovic on the inactive list.
For the Heat, Udonis Haslem is active for the first time in the playoffs. he has been out since Nov. 20 after undergoing foot surgery. Joel Anthony will also replace Zydrunas Ilgauskus in the starting lineup.
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