The NBA’s Western Conference action was wild on Thursday night. Shortly after Bogdan Bogdanović made a buzzer-beating three to give the Kings a win over the Lakers, Damian Lillard drained a three to lift the Trail Blazers over the Warriors 110-109 in overtime.

Portland trailed 109-107 when Lillard nailed this three with 5.1 seconds left in overtime:

Kevin Durant had a great look for the chance to win it at the buzzer for Golden State, but missed.

Oh, and this happened:

This all comes after Golden State lost at home to the Lakers by 26 points on Tuesday. The Warriors will surely be fine, but they’re certainly a bit off these days and now have a 23-13 record (which is still very good, but not by Golden State’s standards).

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