Dame and CJ were excellent, and in points, plays, poise, determination, and the final score were superior to George and Westbrook in the home win over OKC in Playoff Game 2. This was also an outstanding game for Mo, Seth, and Meyers, and a major step forward for Blazer coaching that made substitutions that kept energy high and allowed determination to win out. Dame, CJ, Mo, and Meyers were leaders in the +/- and each contributed some memorable defensive and offensive plays. By dominating the swish3 scoring (13 of 32) vs OKC 5 of 28, we had a 24 point advantage that is enough to account for the win, with 10 of the swish3s contributed by Guards Dame, CJ, and Seth. While short of the statistical advantage ideal of 15+ scored swish3s, the Blazers are in position to win Round 1 and on the way to a having a high chance to win 16 games in the Playoffs and the NBA Championship. When the Blazer game plan recognizes the power of 3P scoring, and feeds assists to high % shooters in the corners and on the arc, as seen in this game, we can beat any team in the Playoffs. In the coming games, let's continue to optimize use of Blazer talent to get the 16 Playoff wins! Meyers again showed that he excels in the Playoffs, and should be relied on to score at least 3 swish3s per game, to add to the composite of 5 man swish3 scoring that will achieve those 45+ points that strongly enhance wins against the strongest teams, including the Warriors, Bucks, Rockets, Spurs, essentially all contenders. Round 1 is shaping up as the start of the Title journey that I imagine is the year for us if we continue to build to match or exceed swish3 scoring even when those opponents score 27+ swish3s in a game. Let's continue with developing the Dame Time idea to grow into Blazer Time that includes 3P scoring festivals that include Dame, CJ, Seth, and Meyers, our leading swish3 scoring threats!