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NBA Lines: Kemba Walker Walks out of UCONN

Posted by Ashley Carmichael on 4/14/2011 8:46:12 AM

After his most stellar season in college, Kemba Walker has officially declared for eligibility in the 2011 NBA lines Draft.

Walker led his Connecticut Huskies to a National Championship and hopes to pursue his career in the league, opting out of his senior year at UCONN.

Walker nearly doubled his points per game average his second year, and then almost doubled that his junior year.  Kemba shows his willingness to grow as a player, and has proven that in college.

Walker averaged 23.5 points, 4.5 assists and 5.4 rebounds per game his junior year at UConn. Despite being only 6-foot-1 and 172 pounds, Kemba finds his way to play amongst prolific athletes.

NBA Lines recruiters may see Walker as a small guard who can only score, however he can distribute the ball easily and make a big impact in games.  On the other hand, the NBA is full of big athletic guards, whom Walker will struggle against defensively.

Walker is considered the seventh best prospect entering the draft.

An NBA lines lottery draft pick for sure, Walker needs to be put in a system where he can learn and develop as a player.  Under the right circumstances, Kemba Walker could become a quality starting point guard somewhere in NBA Lines.

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