The seventh-year guard out of UConn has been with Charlotte his entire career and has averaged over 20 points per game each of the last three seasons. This year also included his second All-Star selection.
Here’s the play — a reverse layup through two defenders — that put Walker into record books. It was his last bucket of the night:
THERE IT IS!!!!! KEMBA WALKER IS THE NEW CHARLOTTE HORNETS ALL-TIME SCORING LEADER! pic.twitter.com/A5r2xiIooW
— Charlotte Hornets (@hornets) March 29, 2018
The Cavs ultimately beat the Hornets on Wednesday, 118-105.