Ex-Boston Celtics point guard Kemba Walker reportedly having trouble finding a team for a buyout

Former Boston Celtics floor general Kemba Walker is reportedly having trouble finding a new home, per The Athletic’s James Edwards III.

The former UConn standout was assumed to be a likely buyout candidate after being traded from the New York Knicks to the Detroit Pistons after falling out of the rotation in New York. Evidently, he has not found a team willing to sign him, delaying his potential buyout indefinitely.

The co-host of the “NBA Front Office” show, Trevor Lane, and guest Ron Gutterman recently sat down to talk over the former Celtics’ issues finding a place where he can help a team after injuries slowed the smaller guard’s game in recent seasons.

Take a look at the clip embedded below to hear what they had to say about the former Boston point guard’s prospects this season.

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