Boston Celtics point guard Kemba Walker will play on the court for limited playing time after the restart of the NBA season, according to Boston.com Celtics News. on Twitter.
— Boston.com Celtics News (@BDCCeltics) July 11, 2020
Before the suspension of the season, because of the coronavirus pandemic, Walker missed the last 6 out of 10 Celtics matches due to a left knee injury. A total of four-time NBA All-Star player has conceded 14 appearances this season.
“The goal is for Kemba to play without limits at the start of the playoffs. We will move very slowly so that he can strengthen his knee and be fine when the playoff matches begin, ” Celtics head coach Brad Stevens said.
This season, the 30-year-old Walker scored 21.2 points, made 4.9 assists, and collected 3.4 rebounds. He spends the first season in Boston.