The same way that it's tough to blame a loss on any one possession, it's tough to blame a lost season on any one game.
Both situations, however, bring to mind the devastating overtime loss at the Rose Garden to the Oklahoma City Thunder back on Feb. 6.
The Trail Blazers entered that game 14-10 on the season, having won 11 of 12 games at home.
However, one bad call at the end of regulation—confirmed by the NBA—and exceptionally poor execution in overtime seemingly changed the course for the team moving forward.
Since that game, the Blazers have posted an 8-9 record at the Rose Garden and did not win back-to-back games until an overtime victory against the Dallas Mavericks April 6.
It's difficult to blame a season on one game, but it's easy to point out that since that game against the Thunder, the Blazers just haven't been the same.