Indiana Basketball is bad, but in an ideal world we can still dream. I like to dream about the 2010-2011 UCONN Huskies. This Indiana Basketball team is bad. It’s a sentiment that I have been struggling with for weeks now, and you probably have too. Show More Summary
The ramp-up to tipoff is routine by now for Kemba Walker, a shot-making showman in his sixth season with the Hornets.
Bronx-native Kemba Walker’s having the best season of his career. He’s put his game together beautifully this season, finding a way to combine his blazing speed with an effective jumpshot. The post Kemba Walker Takes Derrick Rose’s Ankles appeared first on SLAMonline.
Westbrook, the N.B.A.’s leading scorer, will join his former Thunder teammate Kevin Durant on the West team, while Gordon Hayward, DeAndre Jordan and Kemba Walker will make their All-Star debuts.
The Charlotte Hornets have themselves an All-Star. The reserves were announced earlier today. Here’s the Charlotte Observer reporting: Point guard Kemba Walker was named an Eastern Conference All-Star reserve Thursday, the first time...Show More Summary
In a crowded point guard field, Walker has earned the right to be the first Charlotte rep at the All-Star Game since 2010. Kemba Walker is averaging 23 points, 5.4 assists, and four rebounds for a playoff contender, while shooting over 41 percent from behind the arc. Show More Summary
Still making his case for the All-Star Game. The post Kemba Walker Torches Toronto for 32 Points and 8 Assists appeared first on SLAMonline.
Kemba Walker scored 32 points on 11-of-16 shooting, and the Charlotte Hornets defeated the Toronto Raptors 113-78 on Friday night
Kemba Walker scored 23 points, Roy Hibbert provided a huge boost off the bench, and the Charlotte Hornets stopped a five-game slide with a 107-85 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers
Kemba Walker has never been better and his strong play should be leading to a spot in this year's All-Star Game. The post Kemba Walker Talks Hornets, ‘Walker, Charlotte Ranger’ and Leading by Example appeared first on SLAMonline.
Charlotte produced a Texas Walker spoof based around its star
Late in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's game against Miami, Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker managed to pull off a too-early victory dance in hilarious fashion.
One of the most glorious moments in modern NBA history was repeated on Thursday. But was it improved? Nearly three years ago, Nick “Swaggy P” Young celebrated a three-pointer that did not go in. It was a magical moment branded into every...Show More Summary
Hornets star thought his shot was good, sure of it, and it looked good, but It was not
Kemba Walker found himself associated with Nick Young Thursday, for all the wrong reasons. Actually, are there any right reasons to get oneself inextricably linked to Swaggy P? In any event, Walker took a page from Young’s dubious playbook during a Hornets-Heat game. The Charlotte guard shot a jumper and, even though the ball was […]
At least Nick Young has some company now.
Kemba Walker pulled a Nick Young. He saw his three-pointer halfway down and turned his back to celebrated, not knowing his shot was popping out. LET’S COMPARE. Honestly, Kemba’s might be even worse. He doesn’t realize his shot came out at all! Kemba ended up with 22 points and the win, if it’s any consolation, but he’s a meme now too.