Kemba Walker has been having knee problems since joining the Celtics | Kathryn Riley / .

Kemba Walker claims that his knee problems since joining the Boston Celtics are mainly caused by all the basketball he has played in his life, according to a report by ..

The mandatory pause that the NBA is going through due to the coronavirus pandemic, could be the time it took for the stellar point guard to recover his health, although it is not ruled out that in the off season he will undergo surgery to repair knee damage.

Walker came to Boston to fill in for Kyrie Irving, so he has a huge responsibility to command the Celtics’ offense in the tough NBA Eastern Conference.

This season, Kemba Walker averages per game: 21.2 points, 4.9 assists and 4.1 rebounds, with 37.7% shooting three points.