Damian Lillard caught man in a lie over viral bet on house

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Damian Lillard caught man in a lie over viral bet on house originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest

Damian Lillard pulled his most clutch performance of the season in Sunday’s 132-116 victory over the Denver Nuggets.

Putting up 31 points and 10 assists, Lillard helped the Blazers secure the sixth seed in the Western Conference.

He also helped a fan save his house… or so we thought.

Let's jump back to April 19, when a fan proclaiming to have made a bet that would either lose or keep his house reached out to Lillard in desperation for the Blazers to get 42 wins

Lillard simply responded with “Say less,” assuring the fan that he does not need to worry.

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The Blazers got the victory and the 42nd win and of course, Lillard wanted to see if the fan was being serious about his bet and needed to see the receipt.

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Surprisingly, the fan actually dropped his betting receipt.

And well, it's not as much as you think. At least not enough to buy a house.

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Yes, you are reading that correctly. He won a bet of JUST $200.

So, maybe betting the house was a bit of an expression...

When LordTreeSap posted his receipt for everyone to see, his mentions became a war zone of jokes.

Take a look:

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Althought some of it is negative, the fan is probably living his best life that this attention is coming his way.

He might not have won enough money to buy a house, but at least its enough to go to a Blazers game now that they are in the playoffs.