Damian Lillard went crashing into a pair of empty chairs in the front row during the fourth quarter of the Portland Trail Blazers’ loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday.
Authentic Youth Paul Molitor Jersey It just so happened that Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor’s chair was connected to the ones Lillard obliterated, causing a domino effect that sent a billion-dollar man crashing to the ground.
Play never stopped, so Lillard spryly bounced up and got back on defense, but it was a scary moment for the 75-year-old Taylor, who was the last of a group of courtside spectators watching alongside the Timberwolves’ bench.
Thankfully, all parties involved were unharmed.
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Taylor got the last laugh as his Timberwolves edged out the Trail Blazers, 110-109, despite a 25-point effort from Lillard. It was his guys, Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins, who combined for 63 points on 53 percent shooting to pull away with a late win.
Garoppolo isn’t the only quarterback to have his stock boosted by Romo’s retirement. Colin Kaepernick and Jay Cutler now become the No. 2 and No. 3 options in a limited portfolio, even if Cutler’s tanned butt is sending out hints he’s also nearing retirement. The draft’s top three passers — Deshaun Watson, DeShone Kizer, and Mitchell Trubisky, in some order — just saw their value rise as well. Though none of the three are considered elite prospects, the chance all could find starting roles at some point in 2017 just rose significantly.