Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Kemba Walker

From khurak.com:

Probably the name Kemba Walker is not that popular among the people of Connecticut but it can be said easily that in the University of Connecticut, he can be the next popular player and he is working hard on his way to prove himself as the next start of the university. A well-rounded performance was given by the Walker on the court at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night.

12 points were scored by the Kemba Walker for Huskies but he also added 8 rebounds, 6 assists, a steal and a block. But it is very sad to say that the stats of Walker could not help the University of Connecticut to win over the University of Kentucky and they lost the game with 64 – 61. Ramon Harris was fouled by Kemba Walker with only 14 seconds left in the last moments of the game of Wednesday night which was played between Wildcats and Huskies.

Harris missed the second free throw of his team which was actually his first throw in the game but still their team managed their lead at 64 – 61. A defensive rebound was also grabbed by the Walker to give tie chance to his team Huskies. Kemba Walker was born in The Bronx, New York City, New York on May 5, 1990. He is 6.1 feet tall college basketball player of United States.

He is playing for the University of Connecticut as a point guard. Potentially he is future NBA lottery pick and widely consider as one of the best player from the high school class of 2008 college basketball season. He spent his childhood and young age in The Bronx, New York City. He completed his early education from the Rice High School.
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