Kemba Walker has signed for the Boston Celtics, to the delight of his USA team-mates Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart.
"Not a lot of teams have more than two or three guys out and just working with each other even before the season started," Marcus Smart said
Walker was eligible to receive a $221 million supermax extension over five seasons, but the Hornets offered him just under $160 million.
Jayson Tatum feels he helped convince Kemba Walker to join the Boston Celtics.
"I never told him to come, but I told him I would love for him to join the team and told him how it was," Tatum said, via ESPN.
Tatum said he hopes to have the opportunity to share a similar moment when his son gets older.
After joining the Boston Celtics, Enes Kanter said his desire to win a championship was behind his move.
“The reason I went (to Boston) is for a championship,” Kanter told USA Today's HoopsHype.
While he's gotten his foot into the door, the 7-foot-7 Fall still has to answer some questions.
Hayward was inconsistent last season after he missed almost all of 2017-18 with a devastating leg injury.