There was a stretch last season spanning four games when Charlotte's Kemba Walker missed 16 consecutive attempts from 3-point range.
That seems unfathomable now.
Walker might have been the surprise of the NBA's first week by averaging 35.3 points per game, a big number fueled by making 19 shots from 3-point range — more than any player in the league has connected on in the first three games of a season. So in a year when Walker insists he won't be speaking about his looming free agency, his numbers are doing plenty of talking.
"I always felt that I've been always put under the radar," Walker said. "Underrated, of course."
That might be...