Damian Lillard's Son Wins The Internet Over With Adorable Shooting Skills

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Portland Trail Blazers Damian Lillard's son – Damian Lillard Jr – wins over the internet with an adorable video of him playing basketball with his father.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Portland Trail Blazers Damian Lillard's son, Damian Lillard Jr., won over the internet with an adorable video of him playing basketball with his father. This was before the Charlotte Hornets vs Trail Blazers game on Monday night (Tuesday morning IST) at the Moda Center in Portland.

The Trail Blazers also posted a behind-the-scenes photo of the Dame Jr. His tweet called the video 'the best on the internet' on Monday.

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NBA 2019-20: Trail Blazers Damian Lillard's son wins the internet over with his adorable shooting skills

Portland Trail Blazers tweeted multiple tweets about Damian's son. They even posted Damian Lillard's post-game interview where he talked about the game with his son in tow. They later shared a cute tweet about Dame Jr.'s quote from the video, saying that could not agree more with the toddler. 

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Damian Lillard scored team-high 30 points and 9 assists for the Trail Blazers. The Trail Blazers are at a 17-24 win-loss record and are ranked 10th in the Western Conference standings. Their next game is against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night (Thursday morning IST). 

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(Image courtesy: trailblazers Instagram)

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