All Hail King Kemba: Walker’s The King That The Queen City Deserves

    Last night, Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker eclipsed a milestone thats becoming rarer in the evolving world of NBA-free agency

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    Kemba and LeBron share a moment after he becomes Charlotte’s all-time leading scorer

    In a loss vs LeBron and the Cleveland Cavaliers Walker surpassed NBA legend and elite sharpshooter, Dell Curry as Charlottes franchise all-time leader in points. Walker now has 9,841. 

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    Congrats Kemba Walker for passing Dell Curry and becoming the Hornets’ all-time scoring leader.

    Coming off a 2011 NCAA championship with UConn, Walker’s NBA career started off slow, with many doubting if the 6-1 Bronx born guard has the frame to compete at the next level. Even with trade rumors circulating around his time in 704 country coming into this season, hes evolved into a franchise player and undeniable all-star. Walkers feeling were felt in his post-game interview. 

    Kemba Walker’s Full Postgame Interview

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    While no one likes to lose (Walker’s been stacking Ls against Bron literally for his entire career), having your NBA fam, Mom and the Queen City crowning you their new king?

    All Hail King Kemba. 

    Kyle Harvey is a writer, producer and the current managing editor of The Shadow League. Host of the Points On The Board podcast, and a proudly washed college athlete, Harvey had previous stints at Slant News, The Bleacher Report, NBC News, and theGrio. Originally from Wilmington, DE, Harvey graduated from North Carolina A&T State University.