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The future of the Celtics - Paul Pierce and Antoine Walker - pose together during a 2000 SI photo shoot. (Peter Gregorie/SI)

GALLERY: Iconic Photos of the Boston Celtics

The future of the Celtics - Paul Pierce and Antoine Walker - pose together during a 2000 SI photo shoot. (Peter Gregorie/SI)
GALLERY: Iconic Photos of the Boston Celtics

Antoine Walker announced his retirement on Saturday. The former Kentucky Wildcat played 12 NBA seasons, mostly for the Celtics and highlighted by his championship with the Heat in 2006. Walker had been attempting an NBA comeback with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League this season and averaged 9.5 points and 5 rebounds in 25 minutes per game. (Jesse D Garrabrant/Getty Images)

BALLARD: Antoine Walker brings his shimmy to the Idaho Stampede
GALLERY: Iconic Photos of the Boston Celtics

Antoine Walker announced his retirement on Saturday. The former Kentucky Wildcat played 12 NBA seasons, mostly for the Celtics and highlighted by his championship with the Heat in 2006. Walker had been attempting an NBA comeback with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League this season and averaged 9.5 points and 5 rebounds in 25 minutes per game. (Jesse D Garrabrant/Getty Images)
BALLARD: Antoine Walker brings his shimmy to the Idaho StampedeGALLERY: Iconic Photos of the Boston Celtics

Anthony Epps, Antoine Walker and Ron Mercer huddle during the 1996 national title game against Syracuse. The Wildcats won 76-67 to capture their first national championship in 18 years. Can kentucky walk off as champions again after this weekend’s Final Four? (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

GALLERY: Classic Photos of Kentucky Basketball
DAUSTER: Does Louisville have horses to top Kentucky?

Anthony Epps, Antoine Walker and Ron Mercer huddle during the 1996 national title game against Syracuse. The Wildcats won 76-67 to capture their first national championship in 18 years. Can kentucky walk off as champions again after this weekend’s Final Four? (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
GALLERY: Classic Photos of Kentucky BasketballDAUSTER: Does Louisville have horses to top Kentucky?