Kemba Walker continues to climb up the list of greats in Charlotte franchise history.
Walker entered Monday night;s contest against the Chicago Bulls needed 22 points to pass former great Glen Rice and move into sole possession of fourth place on Charlotte's all-time scoring list. By the end of the third quarter, he had 23.
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Walker, who finished the evening with 30 points, eight assists and seven rebounds, looked genuinely shocked when Dell Curry notified him of the news after the game, which led to a cool moment caught on live TV.
Next up on the scoring list is another legend — Larry Johnson, who finished his career in Charlotte with 7,405 points. Not far in front of him is Gerald Wallace. Then there is a considerable jump between Wallace the franchise's all-time leading scorer.
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It has been an incredible year for Walker, who has established himself as one of the cornerstones of this franchise. He is quickly working his way up the list of all-time players in franchise history.