1. LaMarcus Aldridge appeared in the second season of sketch comedy series, Portlandia.
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6. LaMarcus Aldridge finally declared for the 2006 NBA draft in April 2006 in his second year in college.
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12. LaMarcus Aldridge leads the charge early with 29 points, but Rudy Gay closes out the Spurs' win with a buzzer-beating jumper.
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16. LaMarcus Aldridge is set to make his seventh-career NBA All-Star appearance and his third as a member of the Spurs.
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17. LaMarcus Aldridge appeared in the eighth episode of the second season of Portlandia, attending the 10th anniversary of the bookstore Women and Women First with Penny Marshall.
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19. LaMarcus Aldridge closed out a disappointing series with his second eight-point effort against the Warriors.
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22. On July 9, 2015, LaMarcus Aldridge signed a four-year, $80 million contract with the San Antonio Spurs.
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23. LaMarcus Aldridge averaged a career-best 23.4 points per game, made a league-best 659 field goals, and was voted onto the All-NBA Second Team.
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34. LaMarcus Aldridge declared for the 2004 NBA draft but ultimately withdrew his name.
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36. LaMarcus Aldridge was selected second overall in the 2006 NBA draft.
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