“I didn’t know what to expect. That’s what everybody wants to see. They want to see a competitive game. That’s what it was in the fourth.
I wasn’t expecting it at all. I was actually supposed to be on a minute restriction, but the game got too close. I wanted to be out there. I wanted to compete. I knew down the stretch that it would get serious like that, and I wanted to be a part of it,” Walker said, according to John Karalis of MassLive.com.
Walker played 29 minutes and the entire fourth quarter for Team Giannis, yet Team LeBron earned the 157-155 victory.