In episode one of Kemba Walker's web series, the Charlotte Hornets' point guard returns to his hometown in the Bronx, New York. The post Kemba Walker: ‘Walk With Me’ Episode One (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Much like basketball fans everywhere in 2011, the Charlotte Hornets (then the Bobcats) fell head over heels for a sensational dagger-flinging, cold-blooded dynamo of a point guard by the name of Kemba Walker. He threw his UConn Huskies on his back and willed them to a Big East tournament title and an NCAA championship. Show More Summary
Don't count out Calhoun! He managed to pick three championships spread out in 12 years, in 1999, in 2004 with the dominating Okafor/Gordon team, and this year, in 2011 with the Kemba Walker Show!Butler deserved to win the 2010 championship...Show More Summary
Davis, Kevin Durant, Kemba Walker and Al Horford filled out brackets for USA TODAY Sports.
UConn is the perfect example of having the one guy who can take over a game, a region and a tournament. Both Kemba Walker and Shabazz Napier single-handedly carried their Huskies to national titles. In 2015, plenty of fan bases are looking...Show More Summary
Before he was drafted No. 9 overall by the then-Charlotte Bobcats in the 2011 NBA draft, Kemba Walker was a star for the Connecticut Huskies. Walker's college legacy was cemented after a terrific postseason run in 2011. Perhaps his best play came in the quarterfinals of the Big East tournament. Show More Summary
The Charlotte Hornets welcomed back Kemba Walker to the lineup on Wednesday night but not without losing another key piece to their team, as Al Jefferson suffered a right calf injury. According to Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer,...Show More Summary
On the night that Kemba Walker returned from a knee injury, Hornets center Al Jefferson went to the locker room in the third quarter with a right calf injury. After The post Al Jefferson Heard a ‘Pop’ In Right Calf appeared first on SLAMonline.
Did you watch the Charlotte Hornets play the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night? Kemba Walker finally returned after sitting out 18 games due to knee surgery. DeMarcus Cousins posted his 39th double-double of the season and made rims...Show More Summary
The Hornets have announced that point guard Kemba Walker will play Wednesday night against the Sacramento Kings after missing 18 games following knee surgery.
The Hornets guard will in theory provide a boost to their playoff hopes, but the team has played well without him. The surging Charlotte Hornets are about to get their starting point guard back from injury. Kemba Walker's damaged right...Show More Summary
The Charlotte Hornets shipped Gary Neal to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Mo Williams to serve as a stopgap until Kemba Walker returns from his knee injury. It seemed like a great plan, only now a wrench has been thrown into it due to...Show More Summary
Charlotte Hornets scoring leader Kemba Walker has been cleared to resume all basketball activities, moving him closer to a return from left knee surgery.
The Hornets have acquired Williams and Troy Daniels in an effort to upgrade the point-guard position with Kemba Walker out with a knee injury. The Charlotte Hornets have acquired Mo Williams and Troy Daniels from the Minnesota Timberwolves...Show More Summary
Kemba Walker out at least six weeks after knee surgery Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker underwent successful surgery today to repair a torn lateral meniscus in his left knee. The procedure was completed by Dr. David Altchek at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Walker’s recovery time is expected to be a minimum of [...]
Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker will miss a minimum of six weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a torn lateral meniscus in his left knee.
This Kemba Walker guy is pretty important to the Charlotte Hornets. Fighting for one of the Eastern Conference's final two playoff spots may not seem like much, but that's the Hornets' reality. They haven't made back-to-back postseason...Show More Summary
Kemba Walker injury update: torn lateral meniscus in left knee Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker received a second opinion on his left knee today in New York. Dr. David Altchek confirmed Hornets team orthopedic physician Dr. Marcus Cook’s previous diagnosis of a torn lateral meniscus in his left knee. Walker will undergo surgery, performed by Dr. [...]
Charlotte is already looking around the league for a replacement at point guard. Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker will undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee, the team announced. Walker has missed three of the Hornets' last five games with what the team was calling a cyst. Show More Summary
Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker received a second opinion on his left knee Monday in New York. Dr. David Altchek confirmed Hornets team orthopedic physician Dr. Marcus Cook's previous diagnosis of a torn lateral meniscus in his left knee.