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Morehouse’s Tyrius Walker gets his chance at summer league and balls out From the start, he was making things happen: 16 points, 5 boards, 6 assists, 5 steals

Update: Tyrius Walker has been added as the 20th player to the New York Knicks roster, Walker went undrafted in June. He signed an Exhibit 10 deal, today.


Toward the end of the NBA summer league, teams like to sit their lottery picks, giving the other guys a chance to shine.

Thank God for Tyrius Walker’s love for the spotlight.

Walker turned heads after leading the New York Knicks to a 103-92 route of the New Orleans Pelicans.

It was on from the beginning. The game’s first points came courtesy of Walker’s lob to the high-flying Mitchell Robinson.

The former Morehouse guard ended the game by channeling his inner Antonio Brown, snatching a pass in transition. Talk about savage.

Walker finished with 16 points, 5 boards, 6 dimes and 5 steals. His play even impressed Knicks reporter Ian Begley.

The Morehouse community, on the other hand, had been hip. After Walker played just six minutes in the Knicks’ first four games, they were just waiting for his moment.

Walker has already drawn interest overseas. Per his agent Darrell Comer, they will continue to explore “development opportunities” in the association.

Your move, NBA.

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