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Rajon Rondo dislocated his elbow after he got tied up with Dwyane Wade in the third quarter of Game 3. Rondo was writhing in pain on the floor and had to be helped to the locker room. There, trainers popped Rondo’s elbow back in, and he returned to the game with one good arm while his left arm kind of dangled at the side.
Miraculously, Rondo was actually effective upon his return, but Doc Rivers said after the game that his point guard’s status for Monday’s Game 4 was of “serious concern.”
Was Wade dirty on the play? You be the judge: