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Kemba Walker

Kemba Walker
Kemba Walker is a guard from Bronx, N.Y. for the UConn men's basketball team. On March 14, 2011, The United States Basketball Writers Association named Walker a first team All-American.
Kemba Walker is a guard from Bronx, N.Y. for the UConn men's basketball team. On March 14, 2011, The United States Basketball Writers Association named Walker a first team All-American. « Show less

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  • UConn Players In The NBA

    Caron Butler (Pistons): 5.8 points, 2.8 rebounds in 21.2 minutes (54 games, 2 starts).
  • Tyson Builds Foundation For UConn Hockey

    Tyson Builds Foundation For UConn Hockey
    STORRS — He is a building block. To look at Ryan Tyson, all of 5 feet 9 and 187 pounds, calling him one might seem like a reach. To look at his numbers, one goal and nine points in 33 games this season, it might seem like an even bigger reach. Make...

    The Times' NBA rankings

    The Times' NBA rankings
    Barry Stavro ranks the 30 teams. Last week's ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday's games: 1. GOLDEN STATE: Warriors keep rolling, their 24-2 record at home is the best in the league. (1) 2. MEMPHIS: Mike Conley, never an All-Star, is...

    Boatright Makes Latest Cut for Cousy Award

    Ryan Boatright was among the 17 finalists announced Friday for the Bob Cousy Award, given by the Hall of Fame to the nation’s top point guard. Shabazz Napier won the award last year, and Kemba Walker in 2011, so Boatright, who leads the Huskies in...

    Jason Jones' ranking the NBA's 30 teams

    (Records through Friday) 1. Golden State Warriors (42-9, last week 2): It's been decades since Warrior fans could say they had a legitimate NBA title contender. 2. Atlanta Hawks (43-11, LW 1): There will be skeptics until the Hawks prove them wrong by...