Darnell Lazare

#11F,
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 240
Born:
College: LSU
Birth Place: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Draft: Undrafted
  • LeBron James' boulevard of broken East teams
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    LeBron James' boulevard of broken East teams

    Well after midnight, a fatigued and frustrated Chauncey Billups slumped in a chair at his house and reluctantly turned on SportsCenter, knowing what he was going to see. On the last day of May in 2007, the first hot night of the late spring in suburban Detroit, the Detroit Pistons lost a crushing overtime home game to the Cleveland Cavaliers and their precocious 22-year-old star, LeBron James. Billups watched the highlights showing James scoring 29 of his team's last 30 points to upset the Pistons in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals to take a stunning 3-2 series lead over the No. 1 seed Pistons, a team that had owned the Cavs over the previous few seasons. The behind-the-back escape dribble

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    Xavier F Bluiett withdraws from NBA draft

    Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer Close Basketball recruiting insider. Joined ESPN in 2014. Graduate of University of Delaware. Follow on Twitter Xavier star forward Trevon Bluiett announced he was withdrawing his name from the NBA draft and returning to the Musketeers for his senior season. Bluiett, a 6-foot-6 Indianapolis native, declared for the draft in April, but didn't hire an agent. He went through the pre-draft process and worked out for the Indiana Pacers on Monday. Bluiett had until Wednesday to decide whether to keep his name in the draft. He averaged 18.5 points and 5.7 rebounds last season for Xavier, and was one of the stars of the NCAA tournament. Bluiett carried the 11-seed Musketeers

  • Player Review: C.J. Miles was whatever the Pacers needed him to be
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    Player Review: C.J. Miles was whatever the Pacers needed him to be

    (Deep Breath...) For the first eight games of the season, C.J. Miles was the backup small forward. Then, he started two games when Paul George was out with ankle soreness. When the four-time All-Star came back, he went back to the bench for two games. George needed more time to heal, so the sharpshooter started against the Suns. He missed the next six games with knee soreness, but once he was healthy he went back to the bench for 23 games. When Nate McMillan finally arrived at the realization that starting Monta Ellis beside Teague wasn’t working after back-to-back losses to the Lakers and Jazz, Miles became the starting two guard. That lasted for eleven games until he needed to man some of the