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Damian Lillard , an American professional basketball player, is one of many young talents in the NBA looking to leave an indelible mark on the game. While many players may work hard to reach the pinnacle of the game, some do. Even harder . Damian is one of those players who has become famous for his exceptional intelligence, amazing wit and extraordinary style of play. In our biography of Damian Lillard, Facts, Childhood and Personal Life, we give you insightful and comprehensive details about this young man's life as well as his path to NBA glory.
Lillard was born in Oakland and also grew up in East Oakland. His love for basketball grew up in his hometown of Oakland.
As a kid, Lillard was not the best basketball player in his neighborhood. He was often on the bench to applause from his teammates. But all that changed when Oakland Rebels coach Raymond Young told him that despite his potential, Lillard wouldn't play for him because he hadn't practiced or played hard. His coach's advice proved to be motivation for young Lillard, who worked tirelessly to climb the career ladder. It required sacrifice and discipline on his part, such as practicing while his peers attended Friday night parties.
After he was offered a scholarship, Lillard played for Weber State. Lillard improved his game his freshman year at Weber State. The Big Sky Conference recognized him as the Freshman of the Year, and the first team also named him All-Big Sky. He was also named Big-Sky Player of the Year and received an honorable mention from the Associated Press All-American. During the 2010-11 season, Lillard led the league in scoring, but finished the season in second place. He also received his second Big Sky Player of the Year mention and was a finalist for the Bob Cousy Award. Lillard finished his collegiate career in style, becoming the 2nd best scorer in Weber State history and the 5th best scorer in Big Sky history. Lillard is giving up his final year at Weber State after entering the 2012 NBA Draft. His No. 1 jersey has been retired by Weber State.