Does Rajon Rondo's injury give the Celtics the edge over the Bulls?

Does Rajon Rondo's injury give the Celtics the edge over the Bulls?
The Chicago Bulls' roller-coaster season has its latest unexpected turn. After taking a 2-0 lead on the road in their first-round series against the top-seeded Boston Celtics in large part thanks to the play of point guard Rajon Rondo, the Bulls learned Friday that Rondo will be sidelined indefinitely with a right thumb fracture. It is occasionally possible to play through a thumb fracture, as Boston guard Avery Bradley did in 2015, but even most thumb fractures like Rondo's that don't require surgery sideline the player at least three weeks. That timetable would end Rondo's series and possibly his season, depending on whether Chicago advances. How important has Rondo been? Optimistic Bulls fans, if such a species exists, will surely point to the team's success without Rondo when he missed three games during the final week of the season with a wrist sprain. While Chicago lost at Brooklyn, that 2-1 span also...
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