CSN New England’s A. Sherrod Blakely is reporting  that Rajon Rondo  and Kevin Garnett  are both questionable for tonight’s game with the Suns. Per Blakely, Doc Rivers  told the press after practice that of the two, Rondo is more likely to play. Rondo is dealing with a sore hamstring. Rivers also said that he may wind up sitting Garnett for the next week, specifically citing a game against Miami on Jan. 6 as a potential target date. That would mean Garnett would miss two games; tonight and Saturday against Toronto.
If Garnett can’t go, Rasheed Wallace  would likely get the start in his place. Rivers has been reluctant to play Wallace and Kendrick Perkins  together, preferring that each man the center spot, but Wallace started for Garnett against Philadelphia after Garnett came down with a thigh bruise
UPDATE: The Herald’s Steve Bulpett files from Phoenix  that the Celtics  are saying Garnett’s latest problem is not related to his surgery, but that he got kicked in the knee against the Warriors, Monday.