"Ridiculous. Ridiculous, I don't know what league they were watching, or what their personal - someone mentioned right before we played them, one team, that he had committed to them and they were still upset three years later. My advice is get over it. And don't penalize the kid for the season he had. In the final analysis, in Kemba's life it's not going to make any difference. He's a first-team all-Big East player. He'll probably have a longer career than that coach who didn't vote for him."
— That's Jim Calhoun discussing the fact that at least one Big East coach did not think Kemba Walker deserved to be a member of the All-Big East First Team. The other team Calhoun mentions -- the one upset about losing out on Walker -- is Cincinnati. However, there is no evidence that Mick Cronin was the one who left Walker off his ballot. Mike Anthony from the Courant has Kemba's reaction in the same post. Check it out.