Standing at only 6'1", Kemba Walker finished his collegiate basketball career on top of the world. He led his Connecticut Huskies to not only the Big East Tournament title, but also the national championship in his junior season.
After two years of steady improvement, Walker showed that he was going to be the team's backbone when he dominated the Maui Invitational to deliver some national attention to a previously unranked Huskies unit. Connecticut went on to become the first team to win all three tournaments in the same season.
Walker scored 90 points during the Maui Invitational in only three games. He also hit a game-winning jump shot after breaking the ankles of Pittsburgh's Gary McGhee in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals.
Basically, Kemba showed that hitting big shots is what he wants to do for a living.
The question on everyone's mind now is whether or not Kemba's talent will show on the biggest stage of them all. He decided to leave UConn after three seasons to enter the NBA draft, but who will draft him?
Here's a look at some reasons why teams would or wouldn't take a chance on Kemba Walker as a lottery pick.