The phenomenon known as Dame Time rolled through Oklahoma City on Tuesday, and once again it was a sight to see.

Three-pointers: Deep. Deeper. Real deep. And then 30-feet deep. All four of them true.

It wasn’t just the depth of the shots, it was the timing, and the impact of each shot. The Trail Blazers led by as many as 24 points in the third quarter, but deep into the fourth quarter, they found themselves trailing by five points.

And that’s when Dame Time and the deep 3s started dropping.

“They got back into it,” Gary Trent Jr. said of the Thunder. “And then Dame Time. You all know the rest on that one.”

When it was all said and done, the Trail Blazers ended the final 4:11 on an 18-2 run to put away a 115-104 win, their fifth in a row. Of those 18 points, Damian Lillard scored or assisted on every one, putting an exclamation point on his night of 31 points, 10 assists, seven rebounds and two…





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