There wasn’t a massive dog pile at center court. No wild, jubilant celebration. After Damian Lillard knifed the Detroit Pistons in the back with a fadeaway game-winning jumper just before the final buzzer, he didn’t sprint around The Palace of Auburn Hills like a madman.

No, when Lillard delivered the Trail Blazers another did-that-really-just-happen victory — 111-109 over the Pistons in overtime on Sunday night — it was as if it were any ordinary win.

Lillard briefly posed along the sideline and then casually strolled off the court, slapping a high-five with Nicolas Batum and taking a mild chest bump from a giddy Wesley Matthews before greeting the rest of his teammates, who had spilled away from the bench.

“We were like, ‘It’s over, now let’s get the hell out of here,’” Lillard said, explaining the muted celebration. “Because we just stole one.”

The Blazers overcame a 13-point deficit with a furious fourth-quarter rally, then stole an overtime win away from the rough and rugged Pistons with a few clutch plays and Lillard’s jumper.

The clutch plays actually started in the fourth quarter and were numerous. Batum swished a timely three-pointer. Lillard had a wild tip-in as he fought for a rebound following an Aldridge miss. Aldridge made multiple mid-range jumpers. Mo Williams, who had eight fourth-quarter points, energized the Blazers with two important threes. And the Blazers’ defense was stingy in the quarter, holding the Pistons to 33 percent shooting and just 15 points.

But the Blazers saved the best for last, as the teams went toe-to-toe in an overtime that Robin Lopez compared to a “football game going down by down.” After Rodney Stuckey nailed a 20-foot jumper to tie the game at 109-109 with 13.3 seconds remaining, Lillard went to work.