Although LaMarcus Aldridge was named an NBA All-Star this season, the guy doesn't get a whole lot of love outside of the Portland area. Chalk it up to the fact that most Blazers games start, like, three hours after most people in the United States go to bed. But, it's time we give the guy some props. Just check out what he was able to do last night.

First, he hit his first three-pointer of the 2012-13 NBA season to tie the Blazers with the Mavericks with just 4.5 seconds remaining in the game. Then, after a controversial offensive foul call against O.J. Mayo, he hit a turnaround jumper at the buzzer to win the game. Five points in five seconds? That's impressive.

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[via Ball Don't Lie]