‘LAL’s PO scene-stealer’ Ronnie Walker moves to Brooklyn

Walker heads to Brooklyn.

‘ESPN’ announced on the 3rd (Korean time) that the Brooklyn Nets had Ronnie Walker on a one-year veteran minimum contract.

Walker, the 18th overall pick in the 2018 draft, is an athletic guard. However, he did not grow as much as expected in San Antonio, and moved to the Lakers as soon as his rookie contract ended.

Walker, who received a lot of chances from the beginning of the season at the Lakers, recorded an average of 11.7 points and a 3-point success rate of 36.5%. However, his presence waned toward the end of the regular season, and he suffered the pain of being left out of the main rotation in the first round of the playoffs against Memphis. 

However, Walker did not give up and became a scene stealer with a surprise performance in the second round series against Golden State. In particular, in the 4th game, he showed off his strength by pouring out 15 points in the 4th quarter only, contributing 메이저사이트 to the team continuing to take the lead in the series.

The performance in the playoffs was impressive, but Walker’s partnership with the Lakers was over in one season. Walker signed with Brooklyn, playing for an Eastern Conference team for the first time in his career.

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