2011 NBA Mock Draft, No. 5 Pick, Kemba Walker, UConn, Sacramento Kings
After a Rookie of the Year campaign two seasons ago, Sacramento Kings guard Tyreke Evans suffered through an injury-plagued, inconsistent sophomore campaign. As a result, the Kings may be in the market for a dynamic scoring guard and UConn's star Kemba Walker may fit the bill, fresh off leading the Huskies to the national championship.
Walker's a fearless leader who has shown the NBA-necessity skills to create his own shot and break down defenders off the dribble and score. The one knock on Walker is that he's probably only 5-10 and his game may be better suited to playing 2-guard in the NBA as opposed to the point and he may be too small to defend opposing shooting guards.
But whether it's coming off the bench as instant offense or as a starting point guard or shooting guard, Walker has all the attributes of a scorer and should thrive in the NBA.
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