Kemba Walker Reportedly Replaces Kristaps Porzingis in 2018 NBA All-Star Game

Kemba Walker Reportedly Replaces Kristaps Porzingis in 2018 NBA All-Star Game

However, as a consolation prize the Brooklyn native will join Team LeBron in the All-Star Game as New York Knick Kristaps Porzingis' replacement on Team LeBron.

Since Simmons has comparable stats with the replacements, the rookie's native Australia, including a government official, have questioned National Basketball Association commissioner Adam Silver's decision. Then it was John Wall, who needed a minor knee surgery and was replaced by Detroit's Andre Drummond.

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This season, Walker is averaging 22.6 points and 5.8 assists in 51 games but the Hornets have not lived up to expectations and that's why there were a lot of reports that a trade could be made. He also ranks ninth in the National Basketball Association in three-pointers made with 141. Either way, the Hornets' guard is as talented a player there is and is deserving of the nod. He ranks ninth in the Eastern Conference in scoring and sixth among guards, trailing only Boston's Kyrie Irving among point guards. He has recorded a career-high three games with 40 points or more, most recently scoring 41 on February 2 against IN, and is one of only eight players IN the National Basketball Association to have at least three such games this season. In the future, the National Basketball Association should consider waiting until All-Star weekend to pick the squads and maybe the captains should have a say in replacements. Walker will make his second straight All-Star Game appearance.

But it was not enough for coaches to select the rookie in the original team for the match on February 19 (AEDT).