Celtics guard Rajon Rondo underwent treatment for what the team termed a strained left hamstring Saturday afternoon and planned to travel with Boston north of the border, where the Green open a two-game road trip starting in Toronto Sunday (and wrapping up in Atlanta on Monday).
Rondo is listed as day-to-day and will be a game-time decision for Sunday's afternoon tilt with the Raptors.
Rondo tweaked the hamstring in the fourth quarter of Friday's loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, hobbling after Royal Ivey absorbed a late-game charge. Rondo initially returned to the floor, but was quickly pulled for the final 4:44 by coach Doc Rivers.
Rookie guard Avery Bradley also traveled with the team and, should Rondo be unable to go Sunday, he could slide into the active roster for the first time (and provide depth at the guard spot). Delonte West, who filled in admirably over the final minutes against the Thunder, would be Boston's likely starter if Rondo can't suit up.