Damian Lillard's bucket, around some uncharacteristically lax Utah defense, capped an explosive 68-point second half from the Blazers. And the "Lillard Time" layup finished off a nail-biter of a fourth quarter in which the teams battled through 15 ties and lead changes.
Portland's previous basket also came off a hard drive from Lillard.
He also added to his season-long highlight reel with a spectacular tomahawk dunk in the third quarter:
Lillard finished the game with 30 points and five assists. It was his fourth consecutive 30-plus point game, a feat no Blazer has accomplished since Clyde Drexler in 1991.
With 30 points, Damian Lillard becomes the first Trail Blazer with four straight games of 30+ points since Clyde Drexler (Nov. 22-29, 1991).— Trail Blazers PR (@TrailBlazersPR) February 22, 2016