Many people say that Lillard is like a cold-blooded killer. He always appears at the critical moment, seizing the victory with precise and elegant assassination art, which is unexpected and reasonable.
Like killing thunder this time, which normal person will deliberately cast the lowest three points of success rate at such a long distance under the condition that only one point can kill thunder?
Even Stephen Curie, the most powerful shooter in the NBA, won’t do this. In 2016, Curie won the thunderbolt goal in half-time because he didn’t have enough time. He shot while running, but Lillard’s goal obviously had plenty of time to break through the inner line and play a tactic.
But Lillard didn’t do it, he said. That’s what I wanted to do. It’s just a small idea to return what it is after you finish. You really haven’t seen the world’s outstanding expression.
What others don’t know is that, like this kind of ball, Lillard has been under the big tree when he was a child, and when he was 7 years old, he didn’t know how many times he had thrown it.
We put the pointer back to 1997. Little Lillard was very dissatisfied with the difficulty of putting the ball into the branch basket. He started to stand far away and start to think of someone defending and fierce confrontation. He threw the ball into the tree frame with various difficult actions.
Such days are repeated day by day. After the tree was cut down, grandfather also made one basket for him by hanging it on the wire bar with a crate, and let Lillard continue his hard training. These days, it is extremely precious for Lillard, and he is full of love for basketball.