The Kemba Walker experience is over.
Although Kemba’s health last season prevented him from playing in back-to-back games, he was solid at the point guard position when he was healthy and on the court.
Not only did Marcus Smart get more time running the show, but Kemba’s absence propelled the development of 2020 first-round pick Payton Pritchard, who shined during the early part of the season before Kemba’s return.
Through another trade or free agency, expect Stevens to address the point guard position externally, but who are the three players currently on the team who are most impacted by the Kemba Walker trade?
Let’s start with a player many Celtics fans may have forgot the team drafted.