Celtics' Kemba Walker (knee) unlikely to play in Game 4 on Sunday
Boston Celtics point guard Kemba Walker (knee) is reportedly unlikely to play in Game 4 against the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday.
Walker was listed as questionable for Sunday's clash with Brooklyn but following his workout this morning he is now unlikely to play in Game 4. If he is available, our models expect him to play 33.2 minutes against the Nets. If he is ruled out Payton Pritchard and Romeo Langford could see additional minutes against the Nets.
The Celtics are 8.0-point underdogs against the Nets in Game 4. Their implied team total of 110.75 points is the third-highest team total on Sunday's main slate, according to numberFire's DFS Heat Map.
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- Lonzo Ball leaving Pelicans in sign-and-trade with Bulls August 2nd, 2021
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