When he arrived at the NBA combine earlier this month, Damian Lillard immediately went to work. While many of the rest of his fellow rookies lingered on the sideline, following their agents’ orders by refusing to participate in the on-court activities, Lillard did everything — and he did it very well.
The guard from tiny Weber State is expected to be the first point guard off the board Thursday night. The Cavs aren’t in the market for a point guard after selecting Kyrie Irving first overall last year, but they certainly seem impressed with Lillard.
General Manager Chris Grant scouted him during a game in Portland, Ore., last season when the Cavs were in town for a game against the Trail Blazers. Grant was one of a