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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 upsets Florida, again, to reach NCAA final

    UConn upsets Florida, again, to reach NCAA final
    ARLINGTON, Texas --¬†Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier walked off the court holding up his index finger after another unpredictable Huskies victory. “One more game to go,” he said. What was most fascinating about the Huskies’ 63-53...
  • Aaron Harrison Deadly With Game On Line, And UConn Knows It

    ARLINGTON, Texas — Shabazz Napier has delivered his share of game-winning shots, so he can appreciate Kentucky freshman guard Aaron Harrison's recent run. Harrison lifted his team to a victory over Wisconsin Saturday with a three-pointer with 5.7...
  • Connecticut won't be denied in 60-54 win over Kentucky for NCAA title

    ARLINGTON, Texas — Kentucky freshman guard Aaron Harrison launched a last-seconds three-point shot Monday from the same spot he'd knocked two straight opponents out of the tournament. This time he didn't make it, though, and this time it didn't...
  • Teel Time: On Kentucky's seed, ACC's decline, UConn breaking champions' mold

    Teel Time: On Kentucky's seed, ACC's decline, UConn breaking champions' mold
    College basketball season is over, but some of us are loath to let go. So before gazing ahead to next season and diving into summer recruiting, some numbers and observations from yet another compelling NCAA tournament. **Rather than marvel at an...
  • Staff predictions: Miami Heat vs. Charlotte Bobcats

    Staff predictions: Miami Heat vs. Charlotte Bobcats
    Ira Winderman Heat beat writer Heat in 5 games The Heat have lost only one playoff series since the Big Three came together, the 2011 NBA Finals. And while with Al Jefferson and Kemba Walker the Bobcats have the type of post scorer and quick guard that...
  • Zero Respect: NCAA Shows What It Thinks Of AAC

    Zero Respect: NCAA Shows What It Thinks Of AAC
    STORRS — The last time the UConn basketball team missed the NCAA Tournament in successive years was 1988-1989. Bill Clinton was still governor of Arkansas. The Red Sox were still cursed. And the "Lethal Weapon" sequels had only reached 2, on their...
  • Add Thursday's Win To Long List Of UConn's NCAA Nailbiters

    The 89-81 overtime win over St. Joseph's was an instant classic for UConn basketball fans. The Huskies trailed for much of the game and were behind with under a minute left in regulation, but they forced overtime and persevered for one of the great NCAA...
  • Grizzlies bottle up East-leading Pacers

    Grizzlies bottle up East-leading Pacers
    Mike Conley scored 21 points, Zach Randolph had 18 points and 13 rebounds, and the Memphis Grizzlies held the Indiana Pacers to their lowest output of the season Saturday night in an 82-71 victory at Memphis, Tenn. Mike Miller scored 13 points as...
  • Huskies Aren't Complaining About Their No. 7 Seed Now

    BUFFALO, N.Y. – As the NCAA Tournament moves on, it looks as though the No. 7 seed wasn't such a bad thing for UConn. For one thing, had the Huskies been seeded four, five or six, they might have played one of the dangerous 11, 12 or 13 seeds seeds...
  • UConn's Garden Highlights

    The winner of seven Big East tournaments at Madison Square Garden, UConn has been making memories in New York for decades. As the Huskies return to MSG for the NCAA's Sweet 16, a look back at some significant games in the arena. March 20, 1951: In the...
  • Count Oscar Robertson Among Shabazz Napier's Admirers

    NEW YORK – Oscar Robertson is one of the great names in basketball history, but he is not a bronze statue, not a hazy figure on a grainy old film. He's 76, but still solidly built, and can take over a room as surely as he used to take over games....