After a dismantling 30 point loss to the Atlanta Hawks, the Bobcats could use a little superman of their own.
With Panther fans still buzzing about their on rookie’s incredible season, Bobcat fans wish they could say the same in hopeful prospect Kemba Walker. Since Walker was drafted in the first round to the Bobcats, he has averaged a little over 20 minutes per game; less than 10 points per game, and barely 3 assists.
Although most rookies career debuts do not start or finish as decorated as Newtons did for the Panthers, Bobcat hopefuls foresaw Walker contributing just a little more than he has. With just 6 points in over 20 minutes tonight against the Hawks, Walker was nowhere near rookie of the year like in his performance.
Although Walker is a 6th man at best for the Bobcats, they need to find a new and improved spark from someone. The Bobcats return home to face a struggling 3-9 Detroit Pistons team tomorrow. With the likes of Cam Newton and teammate Steve Smith sitting courtside, maybe the Bobcats can find a little of Newton’s beginners luck.
Is asking Walker to lead the 2-10 Bobcats too much to ask for?
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Written by Britney Roper
East Carolina University Alumni. Former division 1 volleyball player. Aspiring sports broadcaster and journalist. Loving athletics is more than a hobby, its a lifestyle. Current writer for the Charlotte Bobcats on Pro Sports Blogging.