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Kemba Walker traded to the Pistons during the NBA Draft

Four-time NBA All-Star Game member Kemba Walker was traded during Thursday’s Draft by the New York Knicks to the Detroit Pistons, according to the prestigious Twitter account @TheAthletic.

The 31-year-old point guard had his worst course in the NBA, as he averaged 11.6 points and 3.6 assists per game in 2021-2022 for 25.6 minutes on average, his lowest in the basketball elite.

Thanks to this move, the Knicks get rid of Walker’s contract, who still has to earn $35 million in the 2022-2023 season after agreeing with the Charlotte Hornets for four years and more than $140 million in the summer of 2019.

Although his career has been in steep decline, the veteran point guard still has a good average of 19.5 points in 11 seasons, with 5.3 assists, defending the colors of Charlotte, Boston Celtics and the Knicks themselves.

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