Kemba Walker hopes an extended offseason can help him get healthy again.

"I'm not planning on it to be like that, to be honest," Walker said. "I'm really just planning on having a big summer, get myself feeling good again. It's been a while since I've really really had time off. So this is really an important time for me.

"I'm just really going to attack [the offseason]. Just taking some time off, reflect on the year, just think about some things that I have to improve on, think about ways to just get myself back feeling good. For sure, I need some time for that."

Walker has two seasons and $73 million remaining on his contract with the Boston Celtics. 

Sources tell ESPN that "Walker's trade value is now not seen as an asset."