Kemba Walker was interviewed postgame after the Celtics’ 132-96 win vs the Orlando Magic. He talked about his chemistry with Evan, his return from injury, and Tacko Fall’s crafty move at the end of the game.
Brad Stevens mentioned that Walker and Fournier like playing with each other and have some great chemistry on the court. “He just knows how to play the game the right way,” said Walker. “He’s just fun to play with.”
This was Walker’s first game back after missing some time with an oblique strain. He was asked about how he felt during his return to the court. “I felt good, I felt really good actually,” he responded.
Lastly, Walker was asked to break down Fall’s move from the end of the game. “It was a great move,” he said. “I mean, he hit him with a little move outside… it was super smooth, he works on that stuff all the time.” The move was reminiscent of Hakeem Olajuwon’s famous “Dream Shake” and it got lots of people on social media very excited.