Portland Trail Blazers superstar Damian Lillard is looking at a potential supermax contract extension offer of $191 million this offseason.

Despite the terrible 0-4 sweep defeat against the defending champs Golden State Warriors in this year’s Western Conference Semifinals, Trail Blazers star point guard Lillard is reportedly about to get a massive contract extension expected to be worth a staggering $191 million, according to Yahoo Sports.

According to the outlet, that the supermax deal will lock Lillard with the Blazers for the next six seasons but will “almost certainly” include a player option, an agreement that the guard did not have in his previous deal with the team.

In related news, previous reports said that during the earlier part of this season, Lillard was “interested” in an extension of contract with the Blazers, Sports Illustrated reported.

The four-time NBA All-Star is set to be eligible for the possible supermax contract extension should he manage to be included in one of the three All-NBA teams for this season. This means that Lillard must be voted as one of the guards who will qualify in the All-NBA teams, which is suspected by many to be a done deal for him.

The deal’s requirement of Lillard being one of the three All-NBA teams is even described as virtually locked for him by CBS Sports.

During the postseason, Lillard played most of his games with a rib injury, but he still managed to put up 26 points and seven assists per game. Lilliard also helped the Blazers reach the Western Conference Finals for the first time after 19 straight seasons, which is very remarkable for the franchise.

As the season slowly comes to an end, more and more stars are expected to make deals during the offseason. As for the Blazers, a supermax deal for Lillard could both be a good and at the same time a bit of a bad move as well.

With the expected amount to be offered to Lillard’s four-year extension, it is also possible that the team’s cap space will be affected. That would only mean that the Trail Blazers will have limited options and might not have the leverage to make other deals.

But on the other hand, Dame’s skillset and previous performances were truly spectacular, and it is only right for a team to keep a player like him in the roster.

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Damian Lillard was linked with a move to the Los Angeles Lakers following some cryptic tweets last week. In this picture, Lillard #0 of the Portland Trail Blazers celebrates a basket with teammates in the fourth quarter against the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida, Dec. 13, 2017. Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images