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You Needed to See it Twice: why Damian Lillard didn’t blow up the Lakers

Los Angeles Breaks the Curse

Portland came into this game with a 34–8 record at home against the Lakers, since 1996, and dominated the Shaq-Kobe Three-Peat Lakers 13–3. More recently, Portland had won 16 straight games, and, as expected, ruined LeBron James’ debut as a Laker with a 129–118 victory. How did the Lakers

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Creative director, writer & designer at https://guttmanshapiro.com. Former pro tennis player and peak performance coach. Teach the world one joke at a time

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