Celtics deal with pointed question

Doc Rivers says adjustment to not having true point guard isn't as big as it seems

Updated: January 29, 2013, 8:49 PM ET
By Greg Payne | Special to ESPNBoston.com

WALTHAM, Mass. -- The post-Rajon Rondo world for the 2012-13 Boston Celtics isn't necessarily as uncharted as you might think.

It's still difficult to predict how the team will perform moving forward without its best player, but the contingency plan for a Rondo-less world that's about to be adopted by the whole team isn't one that coach Doc Rivers scrambled to put together between Sunday's victory over the Miami Heat and Tuesday's practice.

The plan, which calls for an offense ...

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