Those already concerned about Kemba Walker’s knee probably did a double-take when Kendrick Perkins implied Tuesday that the Boston Celtics had “lost” their star point guard to injury. During an interview Wednesday on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s “Zolak & Bertrand,” head coach Brad Stevens sung a very different tune when asked about Walker’s health. “His knee is the strongest it’s been since he got here in September,” Stevens said.
With Boston beating Memphis, there are currently four teams tied for the eighth spot in the West, pending the result of Portland-Dallas. Here are the possible scenarios that could play out, depending on how that game ends up: pic.twitter.com/LzS4dxB6Wk