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Can Kemba Walker fill the void of Kyrie Irving?
IMAGE SOURCE This summer, an important change has been made to All Star guard Kemba Walker. He left his debut team Charlotte and moved to the Boston Celtics. Now Walker is expected to be Boston's new ace in place of Kyrie Irving, who moved to Brooklyn. It may be a burden, but Walker himself does not seem to care. Walker recently said in an interview, "It's fine, it's OK" for replacing Irving. How effectively can Walker fill Irving's gap? It looks like there is not a big problem once he see the record of last season. Irving played in Boston with an average of 33 minutes in 67 appearances, averaging 23.8 points (16th in the league) with a 48.7 percent shooting rate and a 40.1 percent success rate (3.2 points per game) with 6.9 assists, 2.6 turnovers and 1.5 steals. Walker with Charlotte, he average 34.9 minutes in 82 games, winning 25.6 points (12th in the league) with a 43.4 percent success rate and a 3-point success rate of 35.6 percent (3.2 successes per game) with 5.9 assists, 2.6 turnovers and 1.2 steals. IMAGE SOURCE Recordably Walker is not pushed into Irving. Rather, in terms of health, Walker is much better. In fact, Walker was a "gold bullion" in which he missed only six games in the last four years, including not having played only one game last season. It's not uncommon in recent NBA games that ace has a lot of vacancies like walker. Walker is overwhelming, consistent and durable. It is also a part where we can expect anticipation of the battleground. In the fourth quarter of last season, Irving had an average of 7.4 minutes, averaging 6.4 points, a 45.8 percent shooting rate, and a 30.9 percent success rate. He walked 8.7 minutes, 8.0 points, 46.8 percent, and three points, a 41.7 percent success rate. Walker had a better record than Irving in the fourth quarter, where he needed more concentration and stamina. Boston's choice of replacing Irving with Walker is likely to produce good results. Walker is also a player in Charlotte who has been recognized for good leadership with good personality. It's a different story than last year's Irving, who had a somewhat uncomfortable relationship with young Bostoners. It is necessary to see how Kemba Walker in Boston uniform will lead Boston in the place of Irving.
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herbaycity
Can Kemba Walker fill the void of Kyrie Irving?
IMAGE SOURCE This summer, an important change has been made to All Star guard Kemba Walker. He left his debut team Charlotte and moved to the Boston Celtics. Now Walker is expected to be Boston's new ace in place of Kyrie Irving, who moved to Brooklyn. It may be a burden, but Walker himself does not seem to care. Walker recently said in an interview, "It's fine, it's OK" for replacing Irving. How effectively can Walker fill Irving's gap? It looks like there is not a big problem once he see the record of last season. Irving played in Boston with an average of 33 minutes in 67 appearances, averaging 23.8 points (16th in the league) with a 48.7 percent shooting rate and a 40.1 percent success rate (3.2 points per game) with 6.9 assists, 2.6 turnovers and 1.5 steals. Walker with Charlotte, he average 34.9 minutes in 82 games, winning 25.6 points (12th in the league) with a 43.4 percent success rate and a 3-point success rate of 35.6 percent (3.2 successes per game) with 5.9 assists, 2.6 turnovers and 1.2 steals. IMAGE SOURCE Recordably Walker is not pushed into Irving. Rather, in terms of health, Walker is much better. In fact, Walker was a "gold bullion" in which he missed only six games in the last four years, including not having played only one game last season. It's not uncommon in recent NBA games that ace has a lot of vacancies like walker. Walker is overwhelming, consistent and durable. It is also a part where we can expect anticipation of the battleground. In the fourth quarter of last season, Irving had an average of 7.4 minutes, averaging 6.4 points, a 45.8 percent shooting rate, and a 30.9 percent success rate. He walked 8.7 minutes, 8.0 points, 46.8 percent, and three points, a 41.7 percent success rate. Walker had a better record than Irving in the fourth quarter, where he needed more concentration and stamina. Boston's choice of replacing Irving with Walker is likely to produce good results. Walker is also a player in Charlotte who has been recognized for good leadership with good personality. It's a different story than last year's Irving, who had a somewhat uncomfortable relationship with young Bostoners. It is necessary to see how Kemba Walker in Boston uniform will lead Boston in the place of Irving.
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herbaycity
Can Kemba Walker fill the void of Kyrie Irving?
IMAGE SOURCE This summer, an important change has been made to All Star guard Kemba Walker. He left his debut team Charlotte and moved to the Boston Celtics. Now Walker is expected to be Boston's new ace in place of Kyrie Irving, who moved to Brooklyn. It may be a burden, but Walker himself does not seem to care. Walker recently said in an interview, "It's fine, it's OK" for replacing Irving. How effectively can Walker fill Irving's gap? It looks like there is not a big problem once he see the record of last season. Irving played in Boston with an average of 33 minutes in 67 appearances, averaging 23.8 points (16th in the league) with a 48.7 percent shooting rate and a 40.1 percent success rate (3.2 points per game) with 6.9 assists, 2.6 turnovers and 1.5 steals. Walker with Charlotte, he average 34.9 minutes in 82 games, winning 25.6 points (12th in the league) with a 43.4 percent success rate and a 3-point success rate of 35.6 percent (3.2 successes per game) with 5.9 assists, 2.6 turnovers and 1.2 steals. IMAGE SOURCE Recordably Walker is not pushed into Irving. Rather, in terms of health, Walker is much better. In fact, Walker was a "gold bullion" in which he missed only six games in the last four years, including not having played only one game last season. It's not uncommon in recent NBA games that ace has a lot of vacancies like walker. Walker is overwhelming, consistent and durable. It is also a part where we can expect anticipation of the battleground. In the fourth quarter of last season, Irving had an average of 7.4 minutes, averaging 6.4 points, a 45.8 percent shooting rate, and a 30.9 percent success rate. He walked 8.7 minutes, 8.0 points, 46.8 percent, and three points, a 41.7 percent success rate. Walker had a better record than Irving in the fourth quarter, where he needed more concentration and stamina. Boston's choice of replacing Irving with Walker is likely to produce good results. Walker is also a player in Charlotte who has been recognized for good leadership with good personality. It's a different story than last year's Irving, who had a somewhat uncomfortable relationship with young Bostoners. It is necessary to see how Kemba Walker in Boston uniform will lead Boston in the place of Irving.
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