Kemba Walker is a professional basketball player. After graduating from Rice High School in 2008, he played college basketball for the Connecticut Huskies. In their 2010–11 season, Walker was the nation's second-leading scorer and was named consensus first-team All-American; he also led the Huskies to the 2011 NCAA championship and claimed the tournament's Most Outstanding Player award.
Walker was picked ninth overall by the Charlotte Bobcats in the 2011 NBA draft. He signed with Under Armour after his NBA rookie year. Walker is a four-time NBA All-Star. He played in Charlotte for the majority of his career. Al though never reaching playoff status with the Hornets, Kemba will always be remembered for hitting clutch shots, buzzer beaters, and game winners. He always performed well in Charlotte, until he was traded to Boston to form a menacing trio with Jaylen Brown and Jason Tatum. Due to injuries, Kemba was unable to find much post-season success and has moved to the New York Knicks since then.
Walker is also a dancer. He performed three times at the Apollo Theater for the TV show Showtime at the Apollo. After his deal with Under Armor, he would go on to sign with Jordan in 2015.