Found October 14, 2012 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
Usually here on That NBA Lottery Pick, we don't get to post many touching videos but this clip of Portland Trail Blazers rookie Meyers Leonard is one of those clips.Back when Meyers was playing for the University of Illinois, his brother Bailey Leonard was serving overseas with the US military in Afghanistan.However, one day during an Illinois practice during Leonard's senior season, his brother surprised him with a visit. Watch the below clip from the folks over at the Big Ten Network that Meyers posted on his Twitter account:(Courtesy of Off The Bench)
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