Kemba Walker scored a game-high 30 points (8-19 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 10-13 FT) with eight assists, seven rebounds and three steals over 36 minutes in Monday's 108-91 win against the Bulls.
Against a depleted Bulls back court, Walker took full advantage by scoring his highest point total in eight games. He was able to get to the line easily while matched up against the likes of Kirk Hinrich, E'Twaun Moore and Aaron Brooks all game. Kemba should have a much tougher time on the road Wednesday against the Pacers.
Kemba Walker had 23 points (8-20 FG, 4-10 3Pt, 3-4 FT), five assists, five rebounds and a steal in 35 minutes on Saturday in a win against the Wizards.
Walker had a decent night on Saturday, but he could have done a bit more in the up-tempo setting against one of the worst defenses in the NBA. It was only two weeks ago that Walker was the toast of the fantasy kingdom, but with the Charlotte Hornets ' roster getting healthier by the day, he hasn't been asked to do as much. Walker still remains one of the best point guards in the league and better performances lie ahead on the horizon. Next up, the Hornets face the Bulls on Monday and Walker will be in a favorable matchup.
Kemba Walker (knee) recorded 20 points (7-18 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six assists, five rebounds, and two steals in 36 minutes during the Charlotte Hornets ' 98-95 loss to the Heat on Friday.
Walker was forced to sit out Wednesday's win over the Cavaliers due to knee soreness. However, after having fluid removed from his knee he was able to practice Thursday, and he was deemed probable in advance of Friday's game versus the Heat. Walker has been struggling from the field lately, with averages of 15.3 points on 38 percent from the field to go with five rebounds, 4.3 assists, and 1.8 steals in 31 minutes per game over his last four appearances. The East's ninth-seeded Hornets are back in action on Saturday versus the 10th-seeded Wizards.
Kemba Walker (knee) is probable for Friday's game against the Heat, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Walker missed Wednesday's win over the Cavaliers due to soreness in his left knee. After undergoing an MRI and having fluid removed from his knee he was able to return to practice on Thursday. A final decision will likely be based off of how he looks in pregame warmups, although it appears that he should be on the court Friday night.
Kemba Walker was able to practice Thursday and said his sore knee is feeling better and that he expects to play Friday against the Heat, the Charlotte Observer reports.
An MRI came back clean on Walker's balky knee, but he was forced to have fluid removed from the joint. After resting Tuesday and Wednesday, it sounds like he'll be ready to get back into action on Friday. The injury report officially lists him as questionable, but according to the report, coach Steve Clifford said Walker will play if Walker feels he is capable.
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