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[Sports Center/Comprehensive Report] Damian Lillard's energy in scoring this season can be said to be amazing, and even this season he successfully reproduced the record set by Kobe Bryant in the 2005-06 season.
In addition to the amazing record of 71 points in a single game at the end of February, Lillard also scored 60 points and 50 points in a single game in January this season. This is a very rare scoring ability. According to the information of the broadcast media , he is the first player with 30+, 40+, 50+, 60+ and 70+ scoring records in a single season since Kobe Bryant in the 2005-06 season for 17 years.
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This season, Lillard can be said to have played the best performance of his career. Not only did he average a career-high 32.2 points per game, but his shooting percentage also tied his best in a single season, but it is a pity that the Blazers' record Currently only ranked second to last in the Western Conference with 31 wins and 40. At the same time, it has suffered a 6-game losing streak recently. If the Blazers still want to fight for the qualifying seats, other teammates except Lillard must give him more support on the court. It is possible to recover the decline at the end of the season.