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NBA PLAYERS REACT to Blazers taking Game 1 against the Lakers: "Dame is different"

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The Portland Trail Blazers shocked the NBA world after their 100-93 win against one of the leading championship contenders, the Los Angeles Lakers. After barely making it into the playoffs, the Blazers found their rhythm and improved their chemistry so far in the bubble. One of the biggest reasons for their success is Damian Lillard, who is playing the best basketball in his career.

The Blazers are now up 1-0 in the series, which caused the rest of the NBA community to immediately go to their social media accounts to comment on a somewhat surprising win by the Blazers not a lot of people initially expected.

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