Speculation about the future of Kemba Walker has not been made to beg as soon as it was known that Tom Thibodeau has removed the player from the New York Knicks rotation.
As reported by journalist Jordan Schultz, the New York franchise has received calls from at least three teams with the aim of testing out transfer options for the point guard. Neither team has been revealed. However, it is unknown if the All-Star is on the market or if it is only a temporary decision.
On the other hand, from Bleacher Report they bet that the Knicks will try to close an operation for Walker. His contract, for another year at a rate of nine million dollars, suggests that it would not be difficult to give him out. The same media also suggested that the Knicks would be testing John Wall as a possible replacement.
The one in New York has been burdened by various knee problems in recent years. In this, the course has started at a fairly discreet level. His numbers have risen to 11.7 points and 3.1 assists in 18 games before being removed from the discipline of the Knicks.
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