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The Boston Celtics have no intention whatsoever to blame Kemba Walker for the stunning loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Walker made a crucial turnover in the final seconds of the game, with Dennis Schroder stealing the ball to make the layup and give OKC the win (104-105).

However, his teammates did not blame him at all for the defeat. Gordon Hayward — along with other Boston players — came over to Walker inside the locker room to lift his spirits after the late turnover.

The group made it clear that the Celtics lost the game as a unit, rather than that costly mistake in the end game.

Boston has gone 5-5 in its last 10 games. They still hold the third spot in the Eastern Conference with a 42-21 record.