Celtics alumni point guards Kemba Walker, Isaiah Thomas reportedly potential Charlotte Hornets targets

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It seems that German floor general Dennis Schroder is not the only Boston Celtics alumni in the mix to suit up at the point for a team other than the Celtics next season, with Marc Stein revealing in a recent edition of his Substack NBA newsletter that former Boston point guards Isaiah Thomas and Kemba Walker are both in the mix to help out the Charlotte Hornets at the 1 off of the bench next season.

IT, who finished the 2021-22 season with the Hornets on a positive note, would have the inside track between the two given Thomas is a free agent. Currently, Walker is still a member of the Detroit Pistons organization after having been dealt there from the New York Knicks.

There is a widespread consensus that Walker will be bought out or traded from the Pistons and available to join another team before the start of next season, however.

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