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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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  • Ex-Huskies Back In State For Jim Calhoun Charity Classic

    Ex-Huskies Back In State For Jim Calhoun Charity Classic
    Not many basketball programs can celebrate their history the way UConn does. Not many have the history UConn has, or history-maker that keeps players coming home. "I can't wait to just be around the guys again," Kevin Ollie said. "We always share some...
  • Stars Come Out For Calhoun Charity Game At Mohegan Sun

    Stars Come Out For Calhoun Charity Game At Mohegan Sun
    UNCASVILLE — Before Rudy Gay could get a sentence out, Andre Drummond snuck up from behind and grabbed his shoulders. "That's my new teammate right there," Gay said. "We have little side bets in games. I bet him $100 he couldn't block my shot &#...
  • Kevin Ollie Recruiting Like A Champ

    Kevin Ollie Recruiting Like A Champ
    NEW YORK — A year ago, Steve Enoch of Norwalk was a relatively unknown basketball prospect — even within Connecticut. "I worked hard all last summer," Enoch was saying Friday morning as he and other top recruits were gathering in the Bronx...
  • Ollie, Calhoun Aren't Expecting a 'Championship Hangover' With Huskies

    AVON – Had a chance to talk to Kevin Ollie today at Jim Calhoun’s charity golf tournament, the culmination of a weekend of activities for the former Huskies. My topic was “championship hangover,” with the Huskies soon to get back...
  • Jim Calhoun Charity Rosters Set; Filled With Former UConn Stars

    Jim Calhoun Charity Rosters Set; Filled With Former UConn Stars
    From The Dream Season to the Hungry Huskies, more than three dozen players and coaches from various UConn men’s basketball teams will gather at Mohegan Sun Arena Friday night for Jim Calhoun’s Charity All-Star Classic. Some names listed on...
  • NCAA Final Four: UConn shows heart the size of Texas

    NCAA Final Four: UConn shows heart the size of Texas
    ARLINGTON, Texas -- On the grandest stage of all, the Connecticut men's basketball team grabbed the spotlight and sent an emphatic message to the rest of the country. The program left for dead in the wake of conference realignment isn't just alive, it's...
  • NBA is almost statistically sadistic

    NBA is almost statistically sadistic
    It's a question with a seemingly straightforward answer: Who is the NBA's best rebounder? Kevin Love averages a league-leading 13.7 rebounds to DeAndre Jordan's and Dwight Howard's 13.0. Was that so hard? Well, actually ... What some might...
  • With Bitter Memories, Huskies Plan To Take Care Of Business

    With Bitter Memories, Huskies Plan To Take Care Of Business
    BUFFALO, N.Y. — Some of the Huskies know the thrill of winning a national championship, and most know the emptiness of being barred from postseason play. But perhaps the most important experience of all came in between, when UConn lost to Iowa...
  • Canes basketball team loses Deandre Burnett for season

    During a season expected to be filled with plenty of adjustments and growing pains, the Miami Hurricanes will be without one of their top incoming freshmen.  Miami basketball coach Jim Larraņaga announced Wednesday that guard Deandre Burnett will likely...
  • Bobcats' Ramon Sessions reflects on what could have been with Lakers

    Bobcats' Ramon Sessions reflects on what could have been with Lakers
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — In times like these, with the Lakers down to no healthy point guards, it's tempting to ask "What if?" What if Ramon Sessions hadn't opted out of the final year of his contract, a move setting in motion a chain of events that...
  • Lakers close strong to beat the Bobcats, 88-85

    Lakers close strong to beat the Bobcats, 88-85
    Lakers 88, Charlotte Bobcats 85 (final) Pau Gasol shut down Charlotte's Al Jefferson in the final minutes as the Lakers made a late push to end a three-game losing streak, winning their first game since the return of Kobe Bryant from an Achilles injury....