Kemba Walker is ninth in this year’s NBA All-Star Game voting, according to a release from the league. The Charlotte Hornets guard is behind several players, including former teammate Jeremy Lin.
Take a look at how things have played out so far.
NBA just released its all-star balloting results. No Hawks in top 10 at guard or forward in the East. pic.twitter.com/BSesUZBqy6— KL Chouinard (@KLChouinard) January 5, 2017
Yep, that’s Zaza Pachulia, potential All-Star starter. And no sign of Nicolas Batum.
Voting actually ends on Jan. 16, so we still have just over a week to move Kemba up the boards.
The Hornets have done their part to get Kemba into the All-Star Game with several promotional videos and campaigns, including everyone’s favorite law enforcement official, Walker Charlotte Ranger.
We’ve also done our best to get Kemba into the All-Star Game as a starter.
Find you someone who looks at you the way Kemba Walker looks at Kemba Walker. #NBAVote pic.twitter.com/xOwlW9Ozfe— At The Hive (@At_The_Hive) January 3, 2017
We need your help, At The Hive readers. We really, really want Kemba to make the All-Star Game. Get on your social media accounts and send “#NBAVOTE Kemba Walker” out into the world, ideally once every day. This dude’s played his ass off for us since he got here. It’s time for us to repay him.