Rajon Rondo's recently reported ACL injury will keep him out for the remainder of the season, and the Boston Celtics do not have a true backup point guard in their possession right now.

Toronto Raptors' Kyle Lowry, who was the starting point guard for his team in the beginning of the season, has been relegated to the bench for the last 15 games behind Jose Calderon.

The stocky point guard out of Villanova has seen his fair share of ups and downs throughout his seven-year career so far.

As a member of the Houston Rockets last season, he suffered a bacterial infection which sidelined him for nearly 20 games. During that stretch, his backup Goran Dragic broke out into the scene and established himself as an exemplary point guard, and eventually ended up starting the rest of the season.