Kemba Walker wants to stay with Hornets, not join a super team

Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker says he doesn't want go play for a super team.

He wants to stay in Charlotte.

The two-time NBA All-Star becomes an unrestricted free agent next July. There is expected to be plenty of interest in him around the league next summer, but Walker said unequivocally Monday that his goal is to continue playing for Michael Jordan's Hornets.

The 28-year-old Walker said at Hornets media day that he doesn't "want to be nowhere else."

Walker is the franchise's all-time leading scorer and is entering his eighth season with the Hornets.

"You see guys who are on elite teams. I don't want to do that. I want to create something special here in Charlotte, something that we have never had here before. I want to create some consistency. And I want to be a part of that," he said.

Walker says he is "confident" the Hornets will try to re-sign him next summer, saying, "I just have that feeling."