Kemba Walker recently revealed the player whom he had learned a lot from, addressed Charlotte Hornets and commented on former Celtics star Kyrie Irving.

Boston Celtics have officially replaced Kyrie Irving with Walker and it didn't take long for NBA insiders to get a scoop of how the former Hornets star addresses the things behind and in front of him.

In an exclusive interview with ESPN's Jackie MacMullan inside the Boston Celtics training facility, Walker responded to several concerns NBA fans have been longing to hear for. As the new Celtics star, Walker said that being regarded as a "replacement" for Irving is fine.

"It's fine, it's ok," Walker said.

Walker also commended Irving's contribution to the franchise and stated that the former NBA champ is a great player but things just didn't go well for Irving and C's in the past.

"It just didn't work out," Walker said.

Irving and Walker know each other even outside the basketball court and at some point during the interview, Walker was asked if he had spoken with the fellow NBA star amid and after the Celtics deal.

"No I haven't, I don't talk to guys much you know when it comes to making decisions," Walker noted.

When it's about Walker, it's hard not to talk about Charlotte. At last, the Celtics guard revealed his truck feelings about parting ways with his former team.

"I wouldn't say disappointed, was I like a bit heartbroken? Yeah no question, I've been there for so long. That's the only place I know but you know, I think as time went on I started to get more excited about change and a new situation," Walker revealed.

Walker then continued by addressing what really went down during free agency in Charlotte given that he became eligible for supermax contract.

"It's a lot of money, which they just didn't have, which is fine. At the end of the day it is a business," Walker said.

The All Star point guard also mentioned Celtics forward Jayson Tatum as one of the players who contributed in his decision-making during free agency, especially choosing Boston. According to Walker, Tatum's great character outside the basketball court helped him made a decision.

"I made my decision, a lot of was because of him," Walker said.

Despite being parted with Hornets, Walker still considers a former teammate as the best and the player whom he has learned a lot from

"But the guy who I have learned a lot lot lot from, many people might not even consider him as a leader is Marvin Williams. He's been like the best to me," Walker revealed.

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Nov 29, 2015; Charlotte, NC, USA; Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker (15) shoots the ball against the Milwaukee Bucks during the second half at Time Warner Cable Arena. The Hornets won 87-82. Reuters/Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports