Affected by Disease Same as 2,500,000 People, 19YO NBA Rookie Gets Compared to a “Bug” by New Teammate 

Just over a week has passed since the 2023 NBA draft. All of the rookies are gradually acclimating to their new towns and clubs. Victor Wembanyama, the San Antonio Spurs superstar, received the majority of the attention, but the 38th choice in the draught received favourable reviews from the media and NBA fans. Jordan Walsh of the University of Arkansas was chosen by the Boston Celtics. When Walsh recently met some of his colleagues, Grant Williams made a memorable impression.

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Boston Celtics rookie reveals initial remark from Williams

Grant Williams has a talent for slandering others. When the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat met in the 2023 Eastern Conference Finals, this became very clear. There is no disputing that Williams would not back down from a battle, even though it is questionable whether his trash talking of Jimmy Butler was effective.

Walsh has previously participated in several training sessions around a week after the draft. When asked if he has interacted with any Celtics players, like as Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, the 19-year-old mentioned Grant Williams.

Walsh said, “Yeah, I talked to Grant (Williams). He told me I was built like a, what’d he say? Like a bug!” The 2022 Oscars made it clear how certain people feel about Alopecia jokes.

Celtics fans can be excited about Walsh

For the Arkansas Razorbacks, Jordan Walsh was a pillar of strength. Walsh never shied away from diving for stray balls and making hustling plays, even if he wasn't always the team's greatest player.

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