Relatively quiet draft (figuratively speaking), not much trading happened. But boy, was it ever noisy in NJ! Stern kept hearing it from the crowd. It's amazing how reviled he's become.
I'd give the Blazers a B+. Damian Lillard was a solid pick at 6th, and he fills a desperate need that the team has. He could potentially be a solid pick-and-roll partner to LaMarcus that Felton never was. Harrison Barnes was the "best talent available" pick, but Batum and Matthews are already locked in on the wing positions so I'm ok with the Lillard pick.
What I'm not sold with is Meyers Leonard. I see him as a more agile and athletic Joel Przybilla, which isn't saying a lot. He looks extremely raw and unpolished, especially his offensive game. The Blazers staff have their work cut out for themselves - his footwork, back-to-the-basket offense, and post defense will need a lot of work. I hope he becomes the stud that some think he's capable of being.
I think Will Barton has the potential to be the sleeper pick in the 2nd round. He has a good jump shot and is probably the best rebounding guard in the entire draft. Portland isn't exactly stacked at the wings, and he'll slot in nicely with Jamal Crawford on his way out.