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We can officially confirm Portland Trailblazers guard Damian Lillard as yet another NBA player that just “gets it”. The reigning Rookie of the Year was shopping Wednesday night in Portland, when a high school-aged fan approached him to pose for a photo. Unfortunately, there was a bit of miscommunication between Lillard and the young fan, so the photo op took a little longer to come together. We’ll just let Twitter tell the story:
A high school kid wanted To take a pic with me … I said not right now let me finish shopping. I feel bad now
— Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) August 1, 2013
@Dame_Lillard That was me Damian. Its alright. I can’t blame you. I bet its annoying taking a million pictures a day. Maybe next time
— Siros Ardestani (@SArdestani6) August 1, 2013
@SArdestani6 told you to wait… My bad , we’ll link up.
— Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) August 1, 2013
So Damian Lillard followed me and DMed me saying he felt bad… Its all good Damian. Definetely one of my favorite pl
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Damian Lillard had a standout rookie campaign last season after he was drafted sixth overall by the Portland Trail Blazers. So good, in fact, that point guard was voted unanimously as the NBA Rookie of the Year and is the current record-holder for most three-pointers made by a rookie with 185. Despite the sudden and [...]The post Damian Liliard regrets declining fan’s photo request...
One of the drawbacks of being an NBA player has to be fans/groupies wanting to take a picture with you and recently, Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard got into a conundrum when a high schooler asked for his autograph while he was shopping. The whole go-between got posted on the realm of Twitter and clearly, Damian is one classy dude: A high school kid wanted To take a pic...
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According to Jeff Goodman of ESPN, free agent center, Greg Oden, has agreed to a 2-year minimum deal with the Miami Heat – including a player option for the second year.
2007′s No. 1 overall draft pick last played in the NBA in 2009-10 for the Portland Trail Blazers where he averaged 11.1 points, 8.5 rebounds and 2.3 blocks in 21 games. His NBA career stalled in 2010 when the...