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Minutes per game: 35.8
Field goal percentage: 45 percent
Three-point field goal percentage: 36 percent
Free throw percentage: 83 percent
Rebounds: 5.3 per game
Assists: 4.0 per game
Steals: 2.1 per game
Turnovers: 2.2 per game
Team rank: No. 5 in the nation
Walker has a motor that doesn't stop running. A Big East guard who is in talks of winning the Naismith Player of the Year award, Walker has stepped up his game against some elite talent this year, putting up big numbers against Michigan State (30 points) and Pittsburgh (31 points).
Walker is showing NBA scouts that he isn't just a scoring guard. He is distributing the ball as well this year. For a small guard, Walker shows heart banging down low with the the rest of the fellas. He is averaging a career high in rebounds.
A pesky defender, Walker can be a pain to the opposing team. Averaging two steals a game, he loves playing defense. Not too many players can keep up with Walker, which puts him at the top of the chain as one of the nation's best players.
Walker can get to the rim with ease and draw fouls from the opposing team. He has the ability to finish at the rim and draw fouls. Walker is shooting a career high from the free throw line.
There is not that much going wrong with Walker's game this year. He needs to protect the ball a little bit more. Walker's style of play is usually under control but at times can get distorted when he is trying to do too much.
UConn has only had two losses this season. In those losses, Walker's combined shooting was 18-of-50. Both games were off nights for Walker.