According to NBA.com, that's Damian Lillard's true shooting percentage (TS%) in the clutch - the last five minutes of a five-point game - this season.
Why is that notable? It's almost too good to be true.
If you're unfamiliar with true shooting percentage, it's considered to be a more accurate measure of how efficient a player is scoring because it takes into account 2-point field goals, 3-point field goals and free throws. As a rule of thumb, anything under 50 percent is considered to be poor while anything over 60 percent is considered to be elite.
For Lillard, he's scored 82 points on 24-for-39 (61.5 percent) shooting from the field, 10-for-17 (58.8 percent) from 3-point range and a perfect 24-for-24 from the free-throw line in the clutch this season, the combination of which gives him a 82.7 true shooting percentage.
Again, almost too good to be true.
It's even more impressive considering Lillard has scored the second-most points in the clutch this season. As you can see in the table below, the only player who has scored more clutch points is Zach LaVine and the only player who can come close to matching his efficiency is James Harden.
So not only is Lillard a couple of field goals away from leading the league in clutch scoring, he's basically been the league's most efficient scorer with the game on the line.