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Damien Lilard

Damien Lilard

Damien Lilard or Damien Lamonte Ollie “Dame” Lilard Sr was born on 15 July 1990. By citizen he is an american. He is an American professional basketball player for Milaukee Bucksof the National Basketball Association [NSA]. Dame played college basketball for the Weber state Wildcats and has earned third-team All American honours in 2012.

Rapper Lillard goes by the stage name Dame D.O.L.L.A. and has had some success. His second and third albums, Confirmed (2017) and Big D.O.L.L.A. (2019), debuted on the indie charts, but his first studio album, The Letter O (2016), peaked on the Billboard 200. His fourth album, Different On Levels The Lord Permitted, was released in 2021.

High school career

At San Lorenzo, California’s Arroyo High School, where he started his high school career,[3] Lillard was a 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 metres) freshman when he made his debut in the varsity starting lineup.When his coach failed to rejoin the club, he attempted to transfer.[4] Lillard attended the prestigious St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda, California, for his sophomore year; this school had previously graduated former NBA point guard Jason Kidd. However, at the conclusion of the school year, Lillard had to move schools once again due to a deficiency of playing time. Under coach Orlando Watkins he continued playing for Oakland High School under coach where he was named to the First Team All-League in both his junior and senior seasons. Lillard scored 19.4 points per game on average during his junior year.[5] . At San Lorenzo, California’s Arroyo High School, where he started his high school career,[3] Lillard was a 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 metres) freshman when he made his debut in the varsity starting lineup.When his coach failed to rejoin the club, he attempted to transfer.[4] Lillard transferred to St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda, California, a private school that had previously produced former NBA point guard Jason Kidd, for his sophomore year. Despite this, Lillard managed to lead the Oakland Wildcats to a 23–9 record that season, averaging 22.4 points and 5.2 assists per game.[5]. At San Lorenzo, California’s Arroyo High School, where he started his high school career,[3] Lillard was a 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 metres) freshman when he made his debut in the varsity starting lineup.When his coach failed to rejoin the club, he attempted to transfer.[4] Lillard transferred to St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda, California, a private school that had previously produced former NBA point guard Jason Kidd, for his sophomore year. Despite this, Lillard managed to lead the Oakland Wildcats to a 23–9 record that season, averaging 22.4 points and 5.2 assists per game.[5

College career: 

Lillard won the Big Sky Conference rookie of the Year award and made the first team All-Big Sky while a rookie at Weber State, averaging 11.5 points per game.He raised his average scoring per game to 19.9 points. Following the season, the Associated Press awarded Lillard the Big Sky Player of the Year and an honourable mention All-American.[11]

Before sustaining a foot injury ten games into the season that required him to take a medical redshirt and miss the remainder of the year, Lillard led the Big Sky in scoring in 2010–11.[12]

Professional Career of Damien Lilard:

The Portland Trail Blazers chose Lillard with the sixth overall decision in the 2012 NBA Draught. Lillard became one of just two players in NBA history to debut with at least 20 points and 10 assists in their league debut on October 31, when they played the Los Angeles Lakers in the season opener. Lillard finished with 23 points and 11 assists. Furthermore, his 11 assists were the most by a rookie in the NBA in his first game since 1994’s Jason Kidd (11) and the most by a Trail Blazer in his NBA debut period overall. On January 11 against the Golden State Warriors, Lillard made a career-high 15 field goals and a rookie record seven 3-pointers for the Trail Blazers. He ended with 37 points. By winning the Skills Challenge at NBA All-Star Weekend, he made history as the first Trail Blazer to win an event. During All-Star weekend, he took part in the Rising Stars Challenge as well, finishing with a game-high 28 minutes, three rebounds, five assists, and eight points. On March 8, against the San Antonio Spurs, Lillard became the first rookie in NBA history to post 35 points, nine assists, and zero turnovers in a game since turnovers were first tracked in 1978–79. Against the Lakers on April 10, Lillard scored a career-high 38 points.[17] As one of only eight players to win NBA Rookie of the Month several times since the award’s inception in 1981–1982, he was named the Western Conference Rookie of the Month each month. 

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