Put yourself in Meyers Leonard’s shoes. He toils away in obscurity and mediocrity in Portland for seven years, looking woefully inadequate to the demands of NBA play, then somehow explodes for 30 points and 12 rebounds against the world champion Warriors in the last game of the season. He’s finally done it, right? Proved that he belongs on the Blazers. Proved that they didn’t make a mistake drafting him. So what do they do? Trade him to a team on the other side of the country the first chance they get. Ironically, it may have been that 30-point game that convinced Miami to pull the trigger on the deal.