The Kemba Walker Experiment didn’t exactly work for the Boston Celtics. Now, the team has a gaping void at the point guard with the exit of Walker.

Many names have been floated around to replace Walker, including top-tier guys Damian Lillard and Ben Simmons. But according to an observer, the Celtics, with new coach Ime Udoka, could find what they’re looking for in the Windy City in Chicago Bulls playmaker Tomas Satoransky.

The Bulls have a logjam in the backcourt with Satoransky, Zach LaVine, Coby White, Ryan Arcidiacono, Denzel Valentine, and Garrett Temple. According to Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston, moving Satoransky out in a deal with the Celtics sounds logical and a win-win for both teams.

Boston’s ability to use those exceptions would likely be limited to acquiring players currently under contract. Here’s one example to consider: Could the Celtics engage the Chicago Bulls on veteran point guard Tomas Satoransky, who is on a partially guaranteed $10 million deal this season? The Bulls could use some financial flexibility and Boston could take Satoransky back into the remainder of the (Gordon) Hayward exception while adding some needed size and experience at the point guard spot.

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The 29-year-old Satoransky is an underrated guard with length, size, and vision. He could be the perfect backcourt mate for Jaylen Brown and Evan Fournier. Most of all, he doesn’t need too many shots to be productive. He can leave all the scoring to Brown, Jayson Tatum, and Evan Fournier, something that Walker struggled with a bit.

While Satoransky isn’t exactly an All-Star caliber player, there’s a hunch he’ll be a good fit for the Celtics.