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"The Shot," as it will probably go down in Blazers lore, sent Oklahoma City home and sent Portland to the second round. Now the "next question" on everyone's mind is, who will the Blazers play? Will it be the Denver Nuggets or the San Antonio Spurs? Continue to Article
April 25, 2019 1:15:am EST
As Damian Lillard takes questions, Russell Westbrook is left searching for answers originally appeared on Damian Lillard has become one of the most lethal players in the NBA. According to NBC Sports NBA Insider Tom Haberstroh, Lillard generated the fifth-most wins in the NBA while the Portland Trail Blazers are the third-most efficient offense in the league. On Tuesday night, Lillard, in the 45th minute, delivered a legendary 37-foot three-pointer over Oklahoma City's Paul George that proved when there's nothing left in the tank, Lillard's ready. Continue to Article
April 24, 2019 6:24:pm EST
Here's your all-access pass to epic Game 5 of the Western Conference first round series between the Portland Trail Blazers and Oklahoma City Thunder. Continue to Article
April 24, 2019 5:46:pm EST
Damian Lillard took a well-deserved victory lap after his buzzer-beating 3-pointer sunk Russell Westbrook – who seemingly took a shot at Lillard last year – and the Thunder. Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts had fun at Westbrook's expense, too. Westbrook has repeatedly answered questions from Berry Tramel of The Oklahoma with, “Next question.” Though Westbrook shifted to variants of “not sure” after the last couple games of the series, he still didn't meaningfully answer Tramel's questions. Continue to Article
April 24, 2019 5:30:pm EST
Enes Kanter plays through shoulder pain in Game 5 originally appeared on Trail Blazers starting center Enes Kanter suffered a separated shoulder following a hard hit with Thunder big man Steven Adams, but Kanter played through the pain. The injury happened in the first quarter of the Trail Blazers 118-115 thrilling victory over the Thunder. Kanter's left arm was in a giant sling and wrapped when he spoke with the media after the game. Continue to Article
April 24, 2019 4:26:am EST
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