Lillard, an Oakland, Calif., native, became the second player in NBA history to score at least 20 points and dish at least seven assists in the first three games of their career, joining Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson (via Joe Freeman of The Oregonian).
Lillard is another breed of scoring point guards who have the ability to pass the ball and rebound. But how does he stack up against the NBA's elite point guards in the history of the game at the age of 22?
Let's compare Lillard to other elite scoring point guards in their first three games of their NBA seasons at 22 years old.
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