Rondo should be ready to go and resume his heroics in tonight’s Game 4, after an MRI revealed no breaks in his left elbow. From the Boston Herald: “The Celtics may have dodged a deadly bullet [Sunday] with the news that Rajon Rondo did not suffer a break in his left elbow. An MRI taken on the joint came back negative late this afternoon, meaning that the point guard has suffered nothing worse than a dislocation, which was popped back into place prior to his return for the fourth quarter of the Celtics’ Game 3 win over Miami … Rondo’s injury occurred during the third quarter when he tangled with Heat guard Dwyane Wade. Wade was called for a foul on the play, in which Rondo tried to break his fall by landing on his left hand. The result was a nasty bend in the elbow that caused national TV viewers to cringe. Typically the model of calm and cool, Wade curtly dismissed a question about the play during the Heat’s practice this afternoon at Emerson College. ‘I’m not answering no questions about that,’ he said. ‘I’m done with that.’ Wade also dismissed a follow-up question regarding his concern with the Celtics seeking retribution. C’s coach Doc Rivers said after the game that he had to prevent his players from retaliating.”