2011 NBA Mock Draft: Sacramento Kings Take Kemba Walker, PG, UCONN, at No. 5
Sacramento Kings Select The Nation’s Best Point Guard In This 2011 NBA Mock Draft
Although known by his flair for the spectacular play as we’ve seen many times during his time at the University of Connecticut, Walker has see his stock rise on 2011 NBA Mock Draft boards because of his ability to be an efficient point guard.
Walker possesses an uncanny aptitude for finding an open teammate by using his speed and ball handles to draw the defense his way.
Kemba plays with a huge heart that helps him become a very tough player on the floor capable of hitting a clutch shot at a moments notice.
Taking Walker No. 5 overall, the Sacramento Kings will be adding a new look to their backcourt to go alongside Tyreke Evans while also providing a fresh dynamic duo in Sacramento.
The jury’s out on this kid, but believe me, Kemba will be a phenomenal player at the next level.
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|1. Minnesota Timberwolves: Kyrie Irving, PG||6. Utah Jazz: Brandon Knight, PG|
|2. Cleveland Cavaliers: Derrick Williams, PF||7. Detroit Pistons: Bismack Biyombo, PF|
|3. Toronto Raptors: Enes Kanter, PF||8. Cleveland Cavaliers: Alec Burks, SG|
|4. Washington Wizards: Jan Vesely, F||9. Charlotte Bobcats: Jonas Valanciunas, PF/C|
|5. Sacramento Kings: Kemba Walker, PG||10. Milwaukee Bucks: Jimmer Fredette, PG|
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