Pop quiz: After the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Clippers, who has the NBA’s best offense? Kevin Durant and the high-scoring Thunder? John Wall and the up-tempo Wizards? Tim Duncan and the methodical Spurs?
The correct answer is the Portland Trail Blazers. Seriously. During the regular season, Portland scored 112.03 points per 100 possessions, better than all but the Heat and Clippers. And in their first-round series with the Houston Rockets, the Trail Blazers didn't let up. So how do they do it? On this edition of "The Breakdown," we take a closer look at Portland’s offense. And don’t forget to check out TriangleOffense.com, Complex’s new hoops website, for more NBA playoff coverage.