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    BOSTON (CBS) — It was a bit concerning Wednesday when the Celtics took the practice floor in Orlando without Kemba Walker, who was resting his problematic left knee once again. And despite Brad Stevens’ optimism around his starting point guard, hearing that Walker wouldn’t be participating in practice on back-to-back days anytime soon was not very uplifting either. But Thursday night, after practicing with his Celtics teammates, Walker did his best to alleviate any concerns about his balky knee. “I’m not really concerned much, honestly, because I think I’m trending upwards, I’m getting better, and I’m getting closer to my return,” he told reporters. “I’m fine. I’ll be back better than ever.” Walker, who started to feel knee soreness in January and ended up missing 10 games because of it, said he felt some pain return when practice resumed a few weeks ago. Walker didn’t want to take any chances and resumed his cautious approach with his knee, the same type of approach he and the team took with the knee before the NBA’s COVID-19 shutdown. “This is not normal...
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