If the Charlotte Hornets still hope to retain the services of their star Kemba Walker, it seems that the chances of getting it under contract are dwindling according to several sources in the US media.
The two clans would not agree on the terms of a new contract and Walker would be more and more tempted to the market of autonomous players.
Adrian Wojnarowski of the ESPN network reports that the Boston Celtics are the favorites to hire. Everything indicates that their star guard, Kyrie Irving, will also be playing under other skies at the opening of this market of autonomous players which promises to be very entertaining.
The Athletic reports that the New York Knicks and Dallas Mavericks would also be in the hunt for Walker’s services.
Last year, the 29-year-old guard reached personal highs with an average of 25.6 points and 5.9 assists per game.
Participating in the last three All-Star Matches, Walker has never played with a competitive team in Charlotte and asking for it will certainly allow him to win a contract of maximum value.