Walker Falling? UConn point guard Kemba Walker doesn't have a floor yet. If the Toronto Raptors don't choose him at #5 – and the latest buzz with the addition of head coach Dwane Casey has them looking to get bigger defensively – he may fall.
Washington has no need for a guard. Sacramento might, but they haven't seemed overly excited about Walker. Detroit is likely to go big. The Charlotte Bobcats may also go big. After that, Milwaukee and Golden State don't see Walker as an upgrade, and if Utah chooses Knight at three they won't take another guard at 12.
Phoenix? Houston? Indiana? Philly? New York? Washington again? Charlotte again? Minnesota? Portland? Those are each of the teams making picks in order following Utah at 12. Each of them seem to have a solid point guard until you get to Charlotte at 19. It's unlikely they would pass on Walker again, but you never know. Minnesota just signed Ricky Rubio.
That leaves Portland. It's unlikely Walker could actually fall to 21, but it is likely one of those teams higher than Portland would be willing to move their pick to a team who really wanted him (and, reportedly, Portland is one of those teams).
Where will Walker get picked? Nothing near definite yet, but it's somewhere between 5 and 21. How's that for clarity?
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