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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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  • Hawks continue hot streak against teams from West, beat Grizzlies, 96-86

    Hawks continue hot streak against teams from West, beat Grizzlies, 96-86
    Jeff Teague scored 25 points and the Hawks beat the Memphis Grizzlies, 96-86, on Wednesday night at Atlanta to continue their strong play against Western Conference teams. The Hawks, who have won six straight overall, have a nine-game winning streak...
  • On The Fly: Ex FBI Director Talks About Rice Investigation

    Robert Mueller, the former FBI director looking into how the NFL handled the Ray Rice domestic abuse incident, says the league should have been more aggressive in its investigation before initially punishing Rice. There's a revelation. But he also found...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Active Time For Former Huskies In NBA

    UConn Men's Insider: Active Time For Former Huskies In NBA
    It was an eventful first week of 2015 for former Huskies in the NBA. •Kemba Walker had a big night Wednesday, scoring 31 points, including a game-winning basket against New Orleans. It was Walker's third 30-point game in a row for the Bobcats,...
  • Rockets 102, Hornets 83

    Rockets 102, Hornets 83: James Harden made a career-best eight 3-pointers and had 36 points, seven rebounds and six assists as Houston recorded its eighth straight victory over visiting Charlotte. Patrick Beverley scored 14 points and Donatas...
  • Harden fuels Rockets' 102-83 rout of Hornets

    HOUSTON This is what happens when you lose your leading scorer and starting center. With Al Jefferson back in Charlotte, nursing a groin injury that could sit him down for weeks, the Charlotte Hornets struggled to generate offense in a 102-83 loss to the...
  • Harden leads Rockets past Hornets

    Harden leads Rockets past Hornets HOUSTON -- Rockets coach Kevin McHale was confidently dismissive earlier this season when someone pointed out the slow shooting start of All-Star guard James Harden, casually implying that water finds its level. When...
  • Magic at crossroads: Lean on Vooch

    Magic at crossroads: Lean on Vooch
    The reality facing the Magic on the court is much different than the reality facing them in the Eastern Conference standings. The standings say they are not out of the playoff race, considering the East is so lousy and forgiving. They simply can’t...
  • Amida Brimah Is AAC's Player Of The Week; Ryan Boatright, Daniel Hamilton Make Honor Roll

    Drop 106 points against anybody, and the individual offensive numbers are going to jump off the page when awards are decided. Amida Brimah, who scored 40 points Sunday in UConn's 106-85 win over Coppin State, was named the American Athletic Conference...
  • UConn-Duke: A Storied Nine-Game History

    UConn-Duke: A Storied Nine-Game History
    UConn and Duke have played nine times. It began 50 years ago as a mismatch of basketball bluebloods vs. blue collar. Over the decades, things changed, the court leveled and scrappy UConn teams began winning their share. They don't play often enough to...
  • It Can't Be All Boatright, All The Time

    It Can't Be All Boatright, All The Time
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Mike Krzyzewski said that UConn played like the championship program it is. What the Huskies didn't play like on this Thursday night in the Meadowlands was like a championship team. "It was a fight," Coach K said after Duke...
  • Magic survive Walker, Hornets 102-94

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Magic certainly don't have a LeBron James. And as they witnessed at Time Warner Cable Arena, they don't have a Kemba Walker, either. To win games, the Magic must usually take up a collection, which is what they did Saturday...