Kemba Walker goes from being NCAA champ to locked-out NBA rookie
As Walker took the court in the summer league Clash of the Superstars with his white-shirted teammates Saturday, Goodman League commissioner Miles Rawls continued his usual comedian-style running commentary as the game’s announcer.
“Kemba Walker,” Rawls called out as Walker connected on a jumper. “He has yet to get a paycheck. He’s mad as hell.”Also:Walker has been in touch with several of his Bobcats teammates, including Gerald Henderson, Tyrus Thomas, D.J. Augustin and Corey Maggette, and worked out with Thomas and Henderson shortly before coming to D.C. Walker’s next stop is Provo, Utah, where he’ll play in the Jimmer All-Star Game on Thursday.
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The game tonite (7 pm MT) will be streamed here: