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Aldridge and Roy get it back
posted: Saturday, March 15, 2008 at 8:24 PM

Randy Foye drives the lane seemingly uncontested for a close two. Minnesota is working on a nice run to start the second half.

But B-Roy and L-Train come to the rescue. LaMarcus creates space by backing down Al Jefferson, ending with a nifty little bank shot. After a Minnesota miss, Roy comes down and hits another three.

Foye with two more on a pretty reverse layin that bounces a few times before the ball finds its way through the hoop.

Not to be outdone, Aldridge swishes a jumper from outside of the key. That's 22 for LaMarcus.

After a Kirk Snyder charge, Roy drives the lane, gets the bucket and the foul. With the make, Roy has 21. Not much diversity in the scoring department for the Blazers, but whatever works.

Portland 70, Minnesota 65 with 5:50 to play in the 3rd.


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