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The Brooklyn Nets jumped on the short-handed Portland Trail Blazers in the second quarter of Monday's lone NBA outing and never looked back, winning the Lopez Brothers battle by a comfortable 106-94 margin.
It's coming tonight, but you can watch adidas' new ad -- starring D-Rose, John Wall, RGIII, Novak Djokovic, Leo Messi and more -- here first.
Damian Lillard is again leading the league in minutes, and the Blazers' over-reliance on starters might be a factor in slumps and injuries.
If you come at Damian Lillard on Twitter, prepare to get burned.
The NBA was just as blown away by Kyrie as we were.
Flowers for the young gods.
Wesley Matthews won't play for the remainder of 2014-2015 after suffering a torn achilles tendon last week. Nevertheless, it's certainly safe to say his presence will be felt by the Portland Trail Blazers as they embark on the season's final stage and make a run through the playoffs.
The D Lillard 1 and J Wall 1 get a floral makeover by adidas in these new colorways for Damian Lillard and John Wall.
Damian Lillard freestyles for Sway In The Morning
The Memphis Grizzlies have the second best record in the brutally difficult Western Conference at 37-13 after knocking off the East-leading Hawks on Sunday.
Damian Lillard's play since being left off the All-Star team has been surprisingly underwhelming – especially considering his brash talk of taking frustration out on the league.
There are all sorts of things basketball players need to be able to do on the court, which they usually do through repetition and practice.
This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, but Damian Lillard once again destroyed a big defender at the rim with a powerful hammer on Tuesday night.
Damian Lillard didn't get a chance to let out frustration gleaned from being left off the All-Star team in last night's loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
A lone positive gleaned from Kobe Bryant's season-ending injury: a far more worthy candidate has taken his place in the All-Star Game.
No player in the league uses disappointment as fuel more effectively than Damian Lillard.