NBA Playoffs: Insane! Damian Lillard makes a history score from more than 11 meters away!
Damian Lillard left one of the best baskets of the season with the triple winner who scored to eliminate the Oklahoma City Thunder from 11.2 meters away.
The base of the Portland Trail Blazers gave the team victory over the horn after taking responsibility and rounded out a night for the story with 50 points, seven rebounds, six assists and up to 10 three-point scored baskets.
With those numbers, the 28-year-old game director becomes the first player of all time to score at least 50 points, five rebounds, five basket passes and 10 three-pointers in a playoff game. Another noteworthy fact is that he is the seventh player to go up to 50 points in the same game his team overcomes a ‘playoff’ round after Bob Cousy, Bob Pettit, Wilt Chamberlain, Sam Jones, Michael Jordan, and Charles Barkley.
Different series. Same Dame.
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— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) 24 de abril de 2019