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Topic - Damian Lillard
Stephen Curry plays point guard. He didn't on Day One of Team USA's training camp. Where he plays going forward likely plays a role on whether John Wall or Bradley Beal make World Cup roster.
Damian Lillard provided the emblematic moment for the Trail Blazers' resurgence, a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that propelled Portland into the second round of the playoffs for the first time in 14 seasons.
Nicolas Batum had a simple question for his Portland teammates: "Why not us?"
Portland coach Terry Stotts is running out of adjectives and analogies to describe the San Antonio Spurs' dominance in the second quarter.
It took all of four minutes for the playoff-tested San Antonio Spurs to deliver a message to the up-and-coming Portland Trail Blazers.
The San Antonio Spurs barely had time to exhale Sunday after a grueling seven-game series with the Dallas Mavericks before an even more demanding test was presented.
John Wall was the No. 1 pick in the 2010 NBA draft. Damian Lillard hit perhaps the signature shot of the opening round of these playoffs.
Damian Lillard couldn't believe when he got a clear look at the rim.
Damian Lillard always admired Brandon Roy for his ability to make game-changing shots. Now the second-year Trail Blazers point guard is making the game-changers of his own.
The Houston Rockets added Dwight Howard with designs on making a deep run into the playoffs this year.
Jeremy Lin was so unhappy with his performance in Houston's Game 4 loss to Portland that he hardly slept at all after the game.
James Harden found his shot, and Troy Daniels made his.
LaMarcus Aldridge's son JJ, who turned 5 on Wednesday, texted him after the Portland Trail Blazers' playoff win and told him he looked like Spider-Man on one of his dunks.
LaMarcus Aldridge was playing on another level Sunday night and had the emotional intensity to match the best performance of his career.
LaMarcus Aldridge scored a franchise playoff-record 46 points and Damian Lillard added 31, including the go-ahead free throws in overtime, to lift the Portland Trail Blazers to a 122-120 victory over the Houston Rockets on Sunday night in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.
"The competition is stiff," Lillard said. "It's one of those things where if you're the guy that doesn't happen to be chosen, you can't be mad, because everybody here is worthy of being on the team."
"What can they do to stop him? He was great once again, just like Game 1," Lillard said.