(The picture shows Aldridge participating in the McDonald’s All-Star Game)
In high school, Alder scored 24 points and 12 rebounds in a face-to-face conversation with Chris Bosh.
Elected as the best player in the Texas Basketball Coaches League Class 4A and was selected to the Parade All-American team.
He declared for the 2004 NBA draft, but at the suggestion of Shaquille O’Neal, he considered college first.
Instead of entering the NBA draft as a high school student.
In his sophomore year, Aldridge averaged 15 points and 9.2 rebounds per game, but he still seemed soft when facing tough guys inside.
In the 2006 draft, the Bulls “cut off” the second overall pick.
Grabbed LaMarcus Aldridge, which the Blazers hoped to get, forcing the Blazers to make a deal with the Bulls, using their No. 4 pick (choosing Tyrus Thomas) and Kaliapa
The signing rights are exchanged to get Aldridge.
In his rookie season, Alder averaged 9 points, 5 rebounds and 1.16 blocks per game in 22.1 minutes per game.
He has six double-doubles and is the rookie leader in blocks.
He ushered in a leap in the second season of his career, averaging 34.9 minutes per game, contributing 17.8 points, 7.6 rebounds and 1.2 blocks, and won the team’s blocked shot leader, No. 2 scorer and second rebounder.
Speaking of Adelaide’s pinnacle, it was the 6-game first-round playoff matchup with the Rockets in 2014.
He scored a total of 89 points in the first two games, completely blowing up the inside of the Rockets.
Among them, the 46 points in the first game set a new record for scoring in a single playoff game in team history.
Now he chooses to leave the Trail Blazers who have played for 9 years and decides to join the Spurs.
He will form the Spurs’ luxurious starting five tigers with Parker, Green, Leonard and Duncan.
Let us wish him a long way~ We will meet in June next year!
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