At the beginning of the season, Walkers performance was quite explosive, scoring high points in succession, and it was a miracle performance of 60 points in a single game. In recent years, Walkers performance has been quiet, but the season still has an average of 25.6 points, 4.6 rebounds and 6.4 assists.
After the game, Walker hit the first goal, and then made six all-iron shots in a row. The Lakers point guard, Bauer, is far ahead of Walker in height and arms, and seems to be keeping up with him in speed. Under Bauers tight guard, Walker had no feeling at all and made successive mistakes.
Walkers scoring shortage continued into the second half of the quarter. With 3 minutes and 22 seconds left in this section, Walkers two-point shooting finally hit, breaking the embarrassing scoring shortage. After half-game, Walker made only 2 of 10 shots and got 4 points and 2 assists. Fortunately, the Hornets substitutes worked hard to help them bite the score.
Back in the second half, Walkers performance remained sluggish. His personal offensive choice is also questionable, two consecutive three-point strong shots hit the iron, but was hit back by the Lakers, the score difference was pulled to 15.