If Kemba's knee is still not feeling better after having 4 months off, then perhaps it's time to move on from him.
As for the Rondo comments- lost all respect for the guy after he left. He was very likable back in the 2010-2012 days, but I guess once the Brad Stevens era began he became a journeyman. Nearly killed us in the 2017 NBA Playoffs against the Bulls; if not for his injury Celtics would've probably been embarrassingly swept or lost in 5 to the #8 seeded team and Brad would not hear the end of it. Then he eventually went to join the Lakers and gave the Celtics enough troubles at the Garden by knocking down that game-winning shot in 2019, and basically kissing up on LeBron's bum.
Whoa, that is certainly a hot take!!!
I think we should give him the benefit of the doubt, and at least see what happens this year...
At the end of the day, our team boasts 3 above average wings, and one excellent offensive scoring PG in Walker.
I suspect he may have lingering knee issues, just like Kawhi, where it's chronic. But I don't think it is as serious as you're making it out to be.
I trust Walker's work ethic and determination to hone his skills so he isn't self reliant on his speed.
He's shown he can take over games, create offense, play make, and actually become a leader unlike one of his 'more,' talented peer.