Kemba Walker

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000004" title="UConn Huskies" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/uconn-huskies-ORSPT000004.topic">Connecticut</a> won five games in five nights to win the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000139" title="Big East Conference" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/big-east-conference-ORSPT000139.topic">Big East</a> basketball tournament. Then it won another six games in a row to win the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000122" title="NCAA" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/ncaa-ORSPT000122.topic">NCAA</a> tournament and bring home a national title. Along the way, Walker scored 130 points in the league tournament -- including a buzzer-beating winner in the quarterfinals -- before averaging 23.5 points in the NCAA tournament. No one put his team on his back like the 172-pound guard from the Bronx.

( Louis DeLuca, McClatchy-Tribune / April 4, 2011 )

Connecticut won five games in five nights to win the Big East basketball tournament. Then it won another six games in a row to win the NCAA tournament and bring home a national title. Along the way, Walker scored 130 points in the league tournament -- including a buzzer-beating winner in the quarterfinals -- before averaging 23.5 points in the NCAA tournament. No one put his team on his back like the 172-pound guard from the Bronx.

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