Roundup: Fav's rehab; Olynyk leads Canada

A handful of Boston Celtics-related links while enduring the summer doldrums:

Faverani FaveraniEl Rehab Indestructible: Second-year center Vitor Faverani has been offering glimpses into his rehab from knee surgery. In Spain and rehabbing with a trainer from his previous pro team in Valencia, Faverani told SuperDeporte that he hopes to be back at 90-percent health when he returns to Boston in early September. Referencing his meniscus tear, Faverani, in a translated version of the article, said: "I got injured because I trained there too [much] and, as I have no limits, I [got] hurt. [I] went a little silly, but it was my first year and I wanted to show a lot with my work."

Young C's in gym: The Celtics offer a behind-the-scenes video look at strength and conditioning coach Bryan Doo putting the team's younger players through summer workouts.

Decisions, decisions: CeltisHub contributor Michael Pina examines Rajon Rondo's uncertain future for Sports on Earth.

Olynyk OlynykOlynyk leads Team Canada: Canada's national team picked up its first win as part of an 11-game exhibition Friday with Celtics second-year forward Kelly Olynyk scoring a team-high 18 points during an overtime triumph over Ukraine.

View from LaLaLand: The Lakers have offered their head coaching job to Byron Scott. An ESPN panel examines L.A.'s offseason.

(h/t: @ByJayKing on Faverani story)