'PURGE' IN TEXAS - Dallas fired Kemba Walker

The NBA team from Texas, the Dallas Mavericks, decided to “sort out” the roster, so they decided to end cooperation with the experienced Kemba Walker, the media reports.

Kemba Walker came to Texas at the end of November, instead of the recent addition of Red Star, Facundo Campazzo. However, he did not stay long in Dallas, because the club management decided to thank him for his cooperation after a little less than two months.

After nine games, as many as Kemba played for the Mavs, they decided to terminate cooperation with the player before his contract became guaranteed.

During his rich NBA career, Kemba played for the Charlotte Hornets, Boston Celtics and New York Knicks, and this season he played only nine games and averaged eight points.

In no season in his career, until this one has he averaged less than 10 points per game.

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