Is it worth it for Celtics to push Kemba Walker back from knee injury? | Garden Report

    Kemba Walker's status remains uncertain through eight practices, but the Celtics remain confident in his health.

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    Kemba Walker's condition continues to improve, says Brad Stevens, as they integrate him back into Celtics practice late but avoid high-intensity work. Kemba's continued knee pain over four months after it first appeared raised concerns to begin training camp, but the Celtics remain adamant he'll be ok when games begin Friday. Given the long-term nature of his contract and role going forward in Boston, should the Celtics be bringing him back period and do they need him to go the distance? Bobby Manning, Jimmy Toscano and Nick Gelso discuss on The Garden Report. The CLNS Media Network is the leading provider for video/audio content. CLNS is a fully credentialed member of the media with access to all NFL/NBA/NHL/MLB teams & venues.———————————————————————————VISIT US AT https://clnsmedia.comFor CLNS Media Production Studio, go to http://youtube.com/clnsmediaFollow CLNS Media on Twitter – @CLNSMediaFollow CLNS Media on Facebook – http://facebook.com/clnsmediaFollow CLNS Media on INSTA – http://Instagram.com/clnsmediaDownload the FREE CLNS Media mobile app for iOS & GooglePlay

    Kemba Walker’s condition continues to improve, says Brad Stevens, as they integrate him back into Celtics practice late but avoid high-intensity work. Kemba’s continued knee pain over four months after it first appeared raised concerns to begin training camp, but the Celtics remain adamant he’ll be ok when games begin Friday.

    Given the long-term nature of his contract and role going forward in Boston, should the Celtics be bringing him back period and do they need him to go the distance? Bobby Manning, Jimmy Toscano and Nick Gelso discuss on The Garden Report.