No Lack of Belief for Blazers Rookies
PORTLAND — Damian Lillard had just hit the first game-winning shot of his NBA career and so — like the rest of us would have — he celebrated. He raised both arms high, his index fingers indicating who's No. 1.
Then Lillard remembered. He was supposed to make that shot.
Moments before during a timeout, Lillard listened as Trail Blazers assistant coach David Vanterpool told him to believe in himself, believe his shot would win the game. It wasn't a question, still Lillard answered: "I do."
And now here he was bouncing around like a "Price is Right" Showcase Showdown contestant?
So, in a flash, Lillard lowered his arms and emphatically nodded his head as 18,772 fans lost their minds. Nodding as if to simply tell us: Yeah, I made the shot. That's what I do...
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