This morning, Billy Andrade was at Rhode Island Country Club, joining Brad Faxon to announce the names of nine golfers who'll be competing next month in the CVS/Caremark Charity Classic.
Tonight, he'll be at the TD Garden, in Boston, watching the Celtics take on the Heat in Game Four of the Eastern Conference semifinal series.
"I'm nervous about the Celtics," said Andrade, who not only was one of the top junior golfers in the nation as a teenager, but also was an all-conference guard in basketball for the Providence Country Day School and a member of the Journal's All-State team for prep school players.
"How's Rondo going to play?" he wondered.
That's the question everyone is waiting to see answered, and in a couple of ways.
First of all, you have to wonder how Rondo can, physically, play just two days after dislocating his left elbow.
As amazing as his performance was Saturday night, when he returned to the court and helped beat the Heat with his left arm hanging limply by his side, it could be even more amazing if he is able to play meaningful minutes tonight, in a game in which the Celts desperately need him to run their offense.
But the team doctors have given him the OK, and Rondo has said he will be on the court.
Which brings us to Question Two: How well can he play?
"I was talking Sunday," Andrade said this morning, "with a guy who was the former trainer for the Pittsburgh Pirates, who works now with the Champions Tour, and he said it was almost unprecedented that the medical staff let (Rondo) go back on the floor.
"There had to be swelling. There had to be pain. It's going to be very difficult for him tonight."