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Four in a row!!!!
posted: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 at 9:11 PM

The Trail Blazers dominated the Warriors 109-91 for their fourth straight victory. Steve Blake led the Trail Blazers with 24 points before leaving the game in the third quarter with a calf injury. Joel Przybilla had another double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 19 points and Martell Webster and James Jones each scored 16 points. Brandon Roy led the team with eight assists.

The Trail Blazers are now 22-13 on the season and are in first place in the Northwest Division!!!!


5 Comments:
Blogger Chris said...

Red Hot And Rolling Baby!

9:39 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Red Hot And Rolling Baby!

9:41 PM  
Blogger gilley said...

Steve "The Ferengi" Blake was red hot and rolling... on the floor!

10:57 PM  
Blogger RebbyPDX said...

I wonder if Charles Barkley still thinks the Blazers won't make the playoffs. How many NBA teams win 17 out of 18 games and miss the playoffs? Nice prediction Barkley - your credibility just shot through the roof - or the floor - or something...

12:01 AM  
Blogger Derek said...

i was at this game and when roy went down i cant believe how quite 20,000 people got it was good to see him start the 3rd i hope blake is ok it seems if one blazer goes down 3 step up we are the future of the nba i just hope we stay healthy

rip city baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Taurean is the center of attention
posted: at 9:06 PM

The Trail Blazers are really trying to get Taurean a basket. He has one assist, but hasn't scored yet.

The Trail Blazers lead 109-91 with just over a minute to play.


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Rookie sighting
posted: at 9:02 PM

Taurean Green has checked in for the last five and a half minutes of the game as the Trail Blazers lead 101-80. Taurean played great in the D-League and the fans gave him a huge ovation when he got up off the bench.


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Steve Blake injury update
posted: at 9:01 PM

Steve Blake's injury is a "left calf contusion"

His return is being called doubtful, but there's really no way he'll be coming back into this game with the Trail Blazers up 101-78.


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Give and go
posted: at 8:57 PM

James Jones and Channing Frye just ran a beautiful give-and-go on the baseline that ended in a layup for Mr. Jones. The Trail Blazers currently lead 98-76.


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White Unit working hard
posted: at 8:55 PM

The Blazer reserves haven't stopped working - James Jones has two three-pointers in the quarter and the Trail Blazers have continued to add onto their lead. The score is 96-71 with 8:37 to play.


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A beautiful fast-break
posted: at 8:53 PM

Jack took it down the middle and found Sergio, who dished back to TO for the layup. The Trail Blazers now lead 88-68.


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Garbage time?
posted: at 8:50 PM

The Trail Blazers have their White Unit in the game and the Warriors have five bench players on the court.


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End of the third
posted: at 8:45 PM

The Trail Blazers take a commanding 84-64 lead into the final quarter. Portland is led by 24 points from Steve Blake, who doesn't seem likely to return due to an injury. Martell Webster has 16 points and Joel Przybilla has 10 points and 10 rebounds. Brandon Roy is flirting with a triple-double - he has eight points, eight rebounds and eight assists.


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Aldridge assault
posted: at 8:44 PM

LaMarcus just threw one down with authority and the Trail Blazers lead 82-61 with less than two minutes remaining in the third quarter. LaMarcus now has 15 points and four rebounds.


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Brandon stepping up
posted: at 8:39 PM

B-Roy hit a long jumper to stretch the Portland lead to 20. Roy now has eight points, eight rebounds and seven assists.


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Blake injured
posted: at 8:37 PM

One of the Warriors ran into Steve Blake, who went down with what looks like a knee injury. The Trail Blazers will need to step up with Blake out of the game.


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B-Roy hitting
posted: at 8:33 PM

B-Roy now has six points to go with his seven rebounds and seven assists. The Trail Blazers lead 78-56 behind Blake's 24 points and a double-double from Joel Przybilla.


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LaMarcus inside again
posted: at 8:30 PM

Blake found Aldridge inside for a jumper... then Martell hit another three!

Golden State is scoring, but not at the same pace as Portland!

The Trail Blazers lead 76-53 with 5:44 remaining in the third quarter.


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Stats update
posted: at 8:26 PM

Steve Blake - 24 points, two rebounds, two assists, two steals
Brandon Roy - four points, seven rebounds, six assists
Joel Przybilla - 10 points, nine rebounds, two steals
Martell Webster - 13 points
LaMarcus Aldridge - 11 points, three rebounds

The Trail Blazers lead 71-47 with 7 minutes remaining in the third quarter!


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Stats update
posted: at 8:26 PM

Steve Blake - 24 points, two rebounds, two assists, two steals
Brandon Roy - four points, seven rebounds, six assists
Joel Przybilla - 10 points, nine rebounds, two steals
Martell Webster - 13 points
LaMarcus Aldridge - 11 points, three rebounds


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The Warriors are breaking down
posted: at 8:24 PM

The Trail Blazers have started the quarter on a 10-2 run and Baron Davis just picked up a technical foul.

Steve Blake hit the technical free-throw and now has 24 points!


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What a start
posted: at 8:20 PM

Martell pump-faked Baron Davis out of his shoes and hit a jumper, then Blake stole the inbounds-pass and hit a three from the corner. The Trail Blazers lead 61-43 with 10 minutes to play in the third.


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Good news for Brandon
posted: at 8:09 PM

The Rose Garden took a collective gasp when Brandon Roy went down in the second quarter with a knee injury. But everything looks to be fine as Roy has come out for warm-ups before the start of the third quarter.


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What a half for Steve Blake
posted: at 8:06 PM

The first half is over and the Trail Blazers lead 56-41. Steve Blake nailed another three-pointer with just two seconds on the clock. Blake has 20 points on 7-8 shooting from the field, including 4-5 from three-point range.

Joel Przybilla has eight points and seven rebounds, LaMarcus Aldridge has nine points and Martell Webster has eight points.

The Warriors are led by Matt Barnes and Al Harrington, each with eight points.


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First point for Baron
posted: at 8:04 PM

Baron Davis leads the Warriors in scoring average this season, bit has just one point in the first half tonight.

The Trail Blazers lead 53-38 after ANOTHER three-pointer by Steve Blake!


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Brandon hurt
posted: at 8:01 PM

Brandon landed awkwardly and seems to have injured his right knee.


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Assists for all
posted: at 7:57 PM

The Trail Blazers have assisted on every field goal this quarter. Brandon Roy leads the team with six assists. The score is 48-33 Trail Blazers lead with 2:38 remaining in the second quarter.


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The Blazer big-men dominating inside
posted: at 7:55 PM

Joel Przybilla has six points and seven rebounds and LaMarcus Aldridge has nine points as the Trail Blazers lead 45-33 with three minutes remaining in the first half.


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Blake still on
posted: at 7:52 PM

Steve Blake penetrated, drew a foul and hit his free-throws to bring the Trail Blazers lead back to 10 points. Blake has 12 points to lead all scorers.

UPDATE: After Stephen Jackson hit a three for the Warriors, Blake immediately answered with a jumper of his own. Blake now has 14 points and the Trail Blazers lead 42-33.


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Trail Blazers struggling
posted: at 7:46 PM

The pace has really slowed down. The Trail Blazers lead 38-30, but the Warriors have outscored Portland 16-8 this quarter.

Matt Barnes has stepped up for the Warriors with eight points.


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B-Roy on the board
posted: at 7:45 PM

Brandon hit his first jumper and the Trail Blazers lead 38-26.


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The pace has slowed
posted: at 7:39 PM

The score is 33-21 Trail Blazers. The shooting has cooled off, but the Trail Blazers still have a commanding lead.


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TO elevating
posted: at 7:37 PM

Travis just went to the moon on a huge two-handed dunk. The Trail Blazers lead 32-19 in the opening minutes of the second quarter.


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End of the first quarter
posted: at 7:34 PM

The first quarter is over and the Trail Blazer have taken a commanding 30-14 lead over the Warriors. The Blazers have hit 57% of their shots while the Warriors are shooting just 33%. The Trail Blazers have 10 assists on their 12 field goals.


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Martell again
posted: at 7:31 PM

Martell hit another three from the corner and the Trail Blazers lead 30-14. He now has eight points.


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Martell... for threeeeee
posted: at 7:28 PM

Martell hit a three from his favorite spot - the corner - and the Trail Blazers lead 27-10 with less than two minutes remaining in the quarter.

B-Roy, while scoreless, leads the Trail Blazers with four assists.


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Steve Blake is on FIRE
posted: at 7:25 PM

Steve Blake is unflappable and unstoppable - he now has 10 points in the first quarter! The Trail Blazers lead 24-8 with three minutes left in the quarter.


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Blazers on fire
posted: at 7:22 PM

LaMarcus just slammed one down and the Trail Blazers lead 19-6...

UPDATE: Steve Blake hits another three and the Trail Blazers are now up 22-6.


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Joel the giant
posted: at 7:19 PM

Joel leaped about 12 feet in the air to block a Baron Davis floater, and then followed with a huge dunk on the other end. Joel leads the team with six points and four rebounds.

UPDATE: Steve Blake hit a three and then a pull-up jumper and the Trail Blazers have opened up a 17-4 lead.


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LaMarcus inside
posted: at 7:16 PM

LaMarcus made a beautiful drop-step move, hit his turnaround jumper and the Trail Blazers lead 10-4.


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Great passing leads to a quick start
posted: at 7:14 PM

Excellent passing by the Trail Blazers has lead to an 8-2 lead early in the first quarter. Three of Portland's four field goals have come on dunks! Joel, Martell and LaMarcus have each thrown one down on the Warriors.


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Big Joel
posted: at 7:11 PM

Przybilla grabbed an offensive rebound on the first possession and then hit two free-throws after drawing the foul.

Next possession - Blake finds Joel underneath for a huge dunk. Joel already has four points and two rebounds and the Trail Blazers lead 4-0.


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Monta magic?
posted: at 7:04 PM

The Trail Blazers won 105-95 in their first game against the Warriors this season. But the Warriors were missing a big piece that night - Monta Ellis. The Warriors' starting shooting guard is averaging 16 points per game and is lightning quick. The Trail Blazers will need to keep him under wraps.


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Starting lineups
posted: at 6:28 PM

The Trail Blazers will start Martell Webster, LaMarcus Aldridge, Joel Przybilla, Steve Blake and Brandon Roy.

The Warriors will start Kelenna Azubuike, Stephen Jackson, Andris Biedrins, Monta Ellis and Baron Davis.

B-Roy is warming up and playing a little one-on-one with Channing Frye. With their leader in the line-up, the Trail Blazers have a great chance of leaving home with a win.


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Looking for a win before leaving home
posted: at 6:15 PM

The Trail Blazers play their only game of the week tonight against the Golden State Warriors. The Blazers have bounced back with three wins in a row since the 13-game winning streak was halted in Utah. The Warriors were victim #5 of the streak - the Trail Blazers won 105-95 here in the Rose Garden on Dec. 12 in the first of their four clashes this year.

Portland's leading scorer, Brandon Roy, is a game-time decision with a tail-bone injury. He was on the bench for nearly all of the Trail Blazers' win against Utah on Saturday. Martell Webster picked up the slack with 26 points, including 24 in an incredible third quarter. LaMarcus Aldridge added 20 points, eight rebounds, four blocked shots and two steals.

The Trail Blazers will need all the help they can get against a strong Warriors squad that is coming off a huge overtime win against the defending champion San Antonio Spurs. The Warriors follow their fearless leaders Baron Davis and Stephen Jackson. Davis is averaging 22 points, eight assists and nearly five rebounds per game this season and also ranks second in the NBA in steals. Davis scored 34 points and dished out 14 assists against San Antonio.

The Trail Blazers will be missing an energetic presence tonight, just not one on the court. Josh McRoberts, one of the Trail Blazers' three rookies, was recently assigned to the Idaho Stampede of the NBDL. McRoberts should gain a lot of important playing experience in the D-League.


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