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Make it 5
posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 at 9:14 PM

The Trail Blazers have won their fifth game in a row, beating the Warriors 105-95. Portland was led by four impressive performances: Joel Przybilla set the tone with 15 points and 10 rebounds; Brandon Roy scored 21 points and dished out seven assists; James Jones didn't seem to miss, scoring 21 points; Travis Outlaw scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds while leading his team to victory.

The Warriors were paced by Baron Davis, who scored 23 points, snatched eight rebounds and had 11 assists. Matt Barnes also scored 15 points and had 12 rebounds.

The Trail Blazers take on the Utah Jazz on Friday night, looking for their sixth straight win. Don't miss it!


4 Comments:
Blogger D Money said...

Way to go guys!!!! Looking sharper then ever. Keep up the hard work and never look back. Have fun and good luck with the rest of the season.

9:38 PM  
Blogger D Money said...

beat Utah.... OH YEAH!!!!

9:43 PM  
Blogger Kristi said...

I have never stopped believing! Go Blazers!!!

10:11 PM  
Blogger sebastian27_mail said...

It's like a dog being trained. In order to receive the price "He must learn to earn it". You might make mistakes and be confused but you "learn to earn it".
We all make mistakes and get confuse, but if you take that mistakes and confusement and treasure it and learn by it. Then you are a champion. In other words you have received your price.

Your truly fan,
sebastian

11:48 AM  

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Daggers.
posted: at 9:12 PM

James Jones hit a three, then B-Roy hit a jumper, and the Trail Blazers have a 16-point lead at 105-89. The Warriors have their bench players in the game and this one seems to be over.


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TO is everywhere
posted: at 9:11 PM

Travis dunked right over DJ Mbenga to put the Trail Blazers over 100 points yet again. He stole the ball next time down the court. He is EVERYWHERE.


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No more Stephen
posted: at 9:09 PM

Stephen Jackson fouled out of the game with 3:49 to play. The Warriors captain scored just nine points, well below his season average.


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Top 5 scorers all in
posted: at 9:07 PM

The Trail Blazers currently have their top five scorers in the game - Outlaw, Roy, Jones, Przybilla and Jack have 81 of Portland's 96 points.


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Steve sprints
posted: at 9:04 PM

Steve Blake grabbed a loose ball, taking it the distance before he was fouled by Stephen Jackson.


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Portland persistence
posted: at 9:02 PM

The Trail Blazers are continuing to pour it on. They lead 94-84 with under six minutes remaining.


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Rookie sighting
posted: at 8:59 PM

Warriors rookie Marco Belinelli checked into the game for the first time. The Italian is likely in because of his impressive shooting ability.


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TO is hustling
posted: at 8:54 PM

Travis lost the ball, but hustled back on defense and disrupted Baron Davis' layup attempt. Incredibly productive offensively, Outlaw is showing his value on defense as well tonight.


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Jarrett shows his jets
posted: at 8:51 PM

JJ was walking the ball up the court, saw an opening, and was at the basket in the blink of an eye. He was fouled, but got the ball back after the inbound pass and made a layup. The Trail Blazers lead 87-77.


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Trail Blazers take the lead into the fourth
posted: at 8:49 PM

The Trail Blazers lead 85-77 at the end of three quarters. Brandon Roy came on strong in the third, and now has 17 points, four rebounds and six assists.


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The Outlaw vs. the Baron
posted: at 8:47 PM

Travis Outlaw and Baron Davis are doing the bulk of their teams' scoring. Outlaw has 20 points for the Trail Blazers and Davis has 23 points, six rebounds and nine assists for the Warriors.


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Strong second unit
posted: at 8:43 PM

Sergio and Raef have come in for Brandon and Joel, but the Trail Blazers are continuing their strong play. With under a minute to go, they lead 85-75.


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Block party, anyone?
posted: at 8:39 PM

The Trail Blazers just blocked two Warrior shots in a row. James Jones hit a three on the next possession. The Trail Blazers lead by 10, and the Warriors look demoralized.


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Weakened Warriors
posted: at 8:37 PM

Brandon and Joel worked a beautiful give-and-go resulting in a B-Roy layup. Joel grabbed a defensive rebound and a frustrated Stephen Jackson ended up with a technical foul. Jarrett Jack then found B-Roy for another layup and the Trail Blazers lead 77-69.


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Balanced scoring
posted: at 8:34 PM

Brandon Roy and Travis Outlaw hit the last two Trail Blazer shots. Portland now has four players with 13 or more points. Outlaw leads the team with 16, while Roy, Przybilla and Jones each have 13.


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Joel making up for injuries
posted: at 8:32 PM

Joel hit two free throws to tie the game at 67-67. He now has 13 points and seven rebounds.


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Roy controlling
posted: at 8:27 PM

B-Roy posted his man up, realized he didn't have a shot, and found Channing for an open jumper. Next time down, he took it himself for a layup. Roy now has 10 points and five assists, but the Trail Blazers are now trailing 67-65.


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Barnes coming on strong
posted: at 8:25 PM

Matt Barnes has seven points in the opening minutes of the second half. He has helped the Warriors narrow the Portland lead to three points.


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Hot start for both teams
posted: at 8:23 PM

In less that two minutes each team has scored seven points. The Trail Blazers' last two came on yet another Przybilla dunk, this time assisted by B-Roy.


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Halftime adjustments
posted: at 8:11 PM

The Warriors are starting the second half with Biedrins at center instead of Harrington, likely a response to Joel's strong play inside.


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End of the half...
posted: at 8:05 PM

B-Roy's layup just missed at the end of the half, and the Trail Blazers go into the locker room with a 54-49 lead. Travis Outlaw leads the Trail Blazers with 14 points. James Jones has 10 points and Joel Przybilla has nine points and six rebounds.

Baron Davis is doing his usual damage for the Warriors. He has 16 points, five rebounds and six assists.


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TO is trouble for opponents
posted: at 8:01 PM

Travis just hit a three from the corner, giving the Trail Blazers a 54-46 lead with under a minute to play in the half.


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Big-time bench play
posted: at 7:57 PM

The Trail Blazers bench is playing great tonight. The Trail Blazers have 25 bench points, led by TO's 11 and James Jones' 10. The Trail Blazers have also turned the ball over just one time, an impressive statistic.


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Up, up, and under
posted: at 7:55 PM

Brandon Roy schooled Stephen Jackson with a sweet up-and-under move. Roy has just four points, but the Trail Blazers lead 47-37 with under four minutes remaining in the half.


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Warriors run...
posted: at 7:49 PM

The Warriors have scored six straight points to cut the Trail Blazers lead to eight. But with a Jarrett Jack free throw, the Trail Blazers lead 43-34.


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Second chances
posted: at 7:47 PM

The Trail Blazers have an incredible 19 second-chance points, while the Warriors have zero. Portland leads 42-28 after seven straight points from James Jones.


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Raef? Joel? Layups either way...
posted: at 7:44 PM

Raef LaFrentz checked into the game for Joel and immediately worked the pick-and-roll. He got fouled and made it to the free throw line, converting 1-of-2.


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TO still hot
posted: at 7:41 PM

TO has the last five Trail Blazer points. He converted a three-point play, then Sergio found him in the lane for a two-handed dunk on the next possession. The Trail Blazers lead 34-27.


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Sergio dropping dimes
posted: at 7:38 PM

Sergio sliced through the lane and found Joel for another dunk. Joel is really using his size to his advantage tonight.


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James Jones can shoot the rock
posted: at 7:36 PM

Jarrett Jack found James Jones for a three from the corner to start the second quarter on a great note. JJ to JJ is a lethal combo.


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Close first quarter
posted: at 7:32 PM

The Trail Blazers and Warriors are tied 22-22 at the end of the first quarter. Portland is led by Joel Przybilla's seven points and six rebounds. The Warriors are led by Baron Davis' 12 points.


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Strong D
posted: at 7:27 PM

B-Roy, reigning Rookie of the Year and Western Conference Player of the Week, has played great defense on the Warriors captain Stephen Jackson. Although he averages over 20 points per game, Jackson has managed just two so far.


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TO in the game
posted: at 7:25 PM

Travis Outlaw enters the game for Przybilla, giving the Trail Blazers a very fast lineup that is still bigger than the Warriors'. Joel has seven points and six rebounds already.


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The Warriors leader doing his job
posted: at 7:21 PM

Baron Davis is singlehandedly keeping the Warriors close. He has 10 of his team's first 16 points.


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Bigger, tonight, is better
posted: at 7:18 PM

The Trail Blazers lead 15-12 with 5:30 remaining in the first quarter. The Trail Blazers have 12 points in the paint and four offensive rebounds already tonight. Those four offensive boards have led to seven second-chance points.


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Martell slashing, not shooting
posted: at 7:17 PM

Martell pump-faked his man out of his shoes and drove to the basket for an easy layup. Portland leads 11-9.


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Joel is jamming
posted: at 7:15 PM

Joel and Blake run the pick-and0roll to perfection two possessions in a row. The first led to a Przybilla dunk, the second to a Blake jumper. The Trail Blazers lead 9-5 with eight minutes remaining in the first.


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Taking advantage...
posted: at 7:11 PM

Joel starts the scoring with a dunk after picking up a loose ball. Moments later he converts a three-point play. Joel has all of the Trail Blazers' points and they lead 5-2.


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An Outlaw against the Warriors
posted: at 7:01 PM

Travis Outlaw will look to continue his strong play of late. TO is averaging 18 points per game during the Trail Blazers' four-game win streak.


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Starting lineups
posted: at 6:51 PM

The Trail Blazers are starting a lineup of Steve Blake, Brandon Roy, Martell Webster, Channing Frye and Joel Przybilla. They will face the Warriors' Baron Davis, Kelenna Azubuike, Stephen Jackson, Matt Barnes and Al Harrington.


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Size matters
posted: at 6:46 PM

The Trail Blazers are starting a much bigger lineup than the Warriors. Przybilla, at 7'1", has a big size advantage over Golden State's Al Harrington, just 6'9". Channing Frye (6'11"), starting tonight at power forward for the injured LaMarcus Aldridge, will be matched up against Matt Barnes, a traditional small forward at just 6'7".


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Monta missing
posted: at 6:43 PM

The Warriors will be without starting shooting guard Monta Ellis tonight. Ellis is struggling with a strained left thigh. Ellis was listed as questionable before the game. Ellis, last season's winner of the NBA Most Improved Player award, is averaging 16 points per game.


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Will the Trail Blazers defend the Rose Garden from the Warrior invasion?
posted: at 6:23 PM

Portland takes on Golden State here at the Rose Garden tonight, looking for a fifth win in a row. The Trail Blazers have been playing like tonight's opponent over this four-game win streak - they have averaged 108 points per game.

The Trail Blazers will have to contain a high-powered Warriors offensive attack led by Baron Davis and Stephen Jackson. Both average over 20 points per game, and Davis really fills up the box score - he's averaging 22.8 points, 5.2 rebounds and 8.3 assists.


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