Anfernee Simons relives his poster slams and Damian Lillard-esque sidestep 3 | Highlights with Omar

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Portland Trail Blazers forward Anfernee Simons breaks down his best highlights with Omar Raja (@Omar Raja – ESPN), including poster slams, clutch 3-pointers, his 2021 NBA Slam Dunk Contest win and the sidestep 3 he borrowed from Damian Lillard.

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