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Just hours after the NBA Free Agency period opened,
The 2013 NBA Draft has come to an end and for many players, a dream has come true. While on the other hand, the fans have enjoyed the pre-draft period and are now ready to welcome the new rookies.
After a surprise to begin the draft with the Cleveland Cavaliers selecting Anthony Bennett from UNLV with the 1st pick, there was a little more drama to follow
As most Blazer fans know by now, the Cavs proposed a deal to Portland which would send LaMarcus Aldridge to Cleveland for the 1st and 19th picks in the upcoming NBA Draft. A deal which most Blazers fans quickly said NO!
In such a weak draft where lottery picks may not have the same value compared to previous drafts, many teams are in serious talks to move
Meyers Leonard entered the league on draft night as 7'1 athletic Center, a frame which is hard to not love, but may struggle with the physicality of the solid big men of the NBA. This essentially has been a situation where Meyers commits a number of early fouls as he gets a feel for his opponent and the game surrounding him. At times Meyers would look lost out on the court
The Portland Trail went down 117-104 to the Miami Heat as a late scoring run by the Heat separated the two teams. Lillard who struggled two nights ago in Orlando bounced back with 33 points on 10-18 shooting.
Aldridge added 29 and 5 boards, Matthews scored 20 but proved not enough as the Miami "big 3" all came to play.
Bosh made 13 of his
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