Celtics' Enes Kanter ropes Kemba Walker, Steven Adams into FaceApp fun

Darren Hartwell
NBC Sports Boston

The Boston Celtics don't have a player over 30 on their current roster. But looks can be deceiving.

If you've been on social media at all over the last few days, you've probably seen some disturbing results of "FaceApp," a photo doctoring app that includes an "old age" feature capable of making us all look like our grandparents.*

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The Celtics' social media team used the app on young stars like Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. But how about the team's elder statesmen?

New Celtics forward Enes Kanter obliged Tuesday night, giving himself and fellow free-agent acquisition Kemba Walker the FaceApp treatment.

The 27-year-old Kanter honestly doesn't look that much different, while the 29-year-old Walker still looks younger than former Boston point guard Kyrie Irving (aka Uncle Drew).

Kanter also put the FaceApp filter on an old photo of him and former Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Steven Adams ... that's considerably more frightening. (Is that Steven Adams or post-retirement David Letterman?)

For those interested in seeing non-wrinkly versions of the newest Celtics, point guard Kemba Walker will be introduced to Boston in a press conference Wednesday at 1 p.m. ET the Auerbach Center.

*(If you want to join the FaceApp craze, make sure you check out their terms of service first.)

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