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Four-time NBA All-Star Kemba Walker has saw his career decline. Last year he had a limited role on the Knicks before agreeing to sit out the remainder of the season in February.

In July the 32-year-old point guard was traded to the Pistons, but did not play a single game for his new team as he was not in Detroit’s plans.

Finally, after getting waived by the Pistons, Walker signed with the Mavericks in late November for a backup role. The player is aware that some people have written him off, but is not paying attention to that.

Via Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson of Bally Sports:

“Yeah, but that’s kind of been my whole life and my whole career. People have been writing me off so many times, but I don’t listen to all that outside noise because I know that God’s got me. So it really doesn’t matter what people say at the end of the day. … I’m just happy to be back.”

This season Walker has appeared in 5 games for Dallas, averaging 12.8 points, 3.2 rebounds and 3.4 assists in 23.8 minutes per game.