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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 Beats San Diego State; To Face Arizona In Elite Eight

    UConn Beats San Diego State; To Face Arizona In Elite Eight
    Kemba Walker, the spellbinding star who otherwise owned a two-hour period UConn fans will always cherish, would actually miss early and miss late. Yes, what became one of the most impressive individual performances in UConn's storied NCAA Tournament...
  • Point guards on point in Sweet 16 match-up

    Point guards on point in Sweet 16 match-up
    ANAHEIM, Calif -- If you like point guards, San Diego State vs. Connecticut is your match-up. UConn junior Kemba Walker is a finalist of the Naismith Award (College basketball player of the year) and the Cousy Award (College basketball best point guard)....
  • UConn ends SDSU's most successful season

    UConn ends SDSU's most successful season
    SAN DIEGO - San Diego State Aztecs season ended Thursday evening after Connecticut won the West regional Sweet Sixteen game 74-67.   Kemba Walker stood at the free-throw line and calmly sank two free throws with 14 seconds left, adding to his pick-me...
  • Aztecs' magical season comes to bitter end in Sweet 16

    Aztecs' magical season comes to bitter end in Sweet 16
    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The San Diego State Aztecs had watched Connecticut guard Kemba Walker on TV several times this season, but in person, Walker was even more impressive. The Naismith Player of the Year candidate erupted for 36 points and carried the...
  • With Jeremy Lamb, March Comes In Like A Lion

    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Kemba Walker blinked. College basketball's omniscient guard, the god who sees all, knows all, does all, blinked. Walker turned the ball over under his basket with 3:09 remaining Thursday night. D.J. Gay hit a three to cut the...
  • Breaking down VCU-Butler — with a little help from ODU's Blaine Taylor

    Anyone who's ever heard Blaine Taylor turn a phrase in his often off-the-wall vernacular knows the Old Dominion men's basketball coach has a unique perspective. In the case of Saturday's Final Four matchup between VCU and Butler, that perspective includes...
  • Mr. Basketball of Illinois 2011 | East Aurora's Ryan Boatright and Rock Island's Chasson Randle: Fit to be tied

    Mr. Basketball of Illinois 2011 | East Aurora's Ryan Boatright and Rock Island's Chasson Randle: Fit to be tied
    One plays the game as it was originally intended. The other does things Dr. James Naismith and his cohorts probably didn't envision. Chasson Randle is a straight-A student and pass-first shooting guard who will transition to the point at Stanford after...
  • UConn takes its embattled coach on "sweet ride" to NCAA title

    UConn takes its embattled coach on "sweet ride"  to NCAA title
    HOUSTON — Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun lost his sister-in-law and college roommate this basketball season. Recruiting violations tarnished his Hall of Fame resume. His players were his refuge, and Monday night they provided the ultimate comfort:...
  • Yes, UConn! Replaying A Magical Season

    Yes, UConn! Replaying A Magical Season
    You know how this complicated and uplifting journey ended. UConn won the 2011 national championship. Players embraced under falling confetti at Reliant Stadium in Houston. Kemba Walker became one of the most celebrated athletes on the planet. Having...
  • UConn's George Blaney Not Just Along For The Ride

    UConn's George Blaney Not Just Along For The Ride
    By his own calculation, UConn associate coach George Blaney had been to 36 Final Fours before 2004. He sat on the board of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. That meant Blaney always had good seats. That does not mean he didn't want to be...
  • Kemba Walker Embraced The Process

    Kemba Walker Embraced The Process
    STORRS — Jim Calhoun was using Charlie Villanueva as a comparison, but the truth is the UConn coach could have inserted the names of hundreds of college basketball players. The difference with Kemba Walker, Calhoun insisted, is he didn't have to...