The Boston Celtics' plan to ease Kemba Walker back into the flow of things was on full display Sunday.
If the Celtics' video from Saturday's practice is any indication, Jaylen Brown and his teammates are having plenty of fun in Orlando.
Duke has turned to Boston Celtics assistant coach and former WNBA All-Star Kara Lawson to lead its women's basketball program. It is the first college head-coaching job for the 39-year-old Lawson, who played under Pat Summitt at Tennessee before a long WNBA career as well as work in broadcasting.
Celtics forward Jayson Tatum understandably is excited for Kara Lawson, who will coach at his alma mater next college basketball season.
Kemba Walker was the latest Boston Celtic to undergo a bit of load management, shortly before the NBA season was suspended on March 12. Now that the league is prepared to get things going again later this month, the Celtics remain cautious in their approach to Walker's return to action.