Neal Walk (born July 29, 1948) was a professional basketball player who played from 1969 to 1974 for the Phoenix Suns, traded to the then New Orleans (now Utah) Jazz and subsequently traded to the New York Knicks, where he played for 2 seasons. Afterward, he went to play in Italy (Venice and Milano) after which, he went on to become a star in Israel. In 1988, it was discovered that he had a benign tumor enveloping his spine.

Following surgery, Walk was left in a wheelchair, from which he played wheelchair basketball for the L.A.-Phoenix Samaritans. In 1990, Neal Walk was honored at the White House by President George H. W. Bush as the "Wheelcahir Athlete of The Year".

He has since gone on to work for the Suns in their Community Affairs department.