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Trail Blazers win a tough game in OT over the Knicks
posted: Friday, February 01, 2008 at 10:29 PM

The Trail Blazers made a furious fourth quarter comeback and then won the overtime period to get a much needed win.

Brandon Roy grabbed a rebound in the closing seconds to give him his first career triple double with 20 points, 10 assists and 11 assists.

Steve Blake scored 7 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter.

LaMarcus Aldridge scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds.

Travis Outlaw scored 13 points, including the jumper that forced overtime. Jarrett Jack added 12 points.

Zach Randolph led the Knicks with 25 points and 13 rebounds in his return to the Rose Garden. Davis Lee and Renaldo Balkman each had double-doubles for the Knicks.

Be here Monday when the Trail Blazers host their division rivals, the Denver Nuggets.

A great win for the Trail Blazers, and a signature performance for YOUR All-Star, Brandon Roy!!!!!


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Blogger Ed said...

I told you at half time that Jack had to pore it on. He got 12 points and key, key buckets and free throws to win this game.

10:57 PM  
Blogger Jerry Horne said...

ESPN used Bo Outlaw's picture again!!!

11:10 PM  
Blogger BlazerFOlife said...

This was a big win 2 stay within striking distance of the division.
I really hope we trade for a point who can play defense and run the team! How does darius miles, jarret jack, and sergio for either andre miller or devan harris sound ?????

THE FUTURE IS NOWWWW!

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Brandon down the lane
posted: at 10:26 PM

B-Roy took it down the lane, missed his layup, but tipped it in to give the Trail Blazers a three point lead.

Nate Robinson narrowed the Portland lead to 90-88 with a free throw, but the Trail Blazers have the ball and the lead with just 13.7 seconds remaining.


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NY answers
posted: at 10:23 PM

Nate Robinson took Brandon off the dribble to narrow the score to 88-87. The Trail Blazers lead and have possession with just 38.8 seconds remaining.


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JJ down the lane!
posted: at 10:21 PM

Jarrett took it straight into the teeth of the New York defense and hit a layup to give the Trail Blazers an 88-85 lead with 46 seconds left in overtime!!!


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TO is everywhere
posted: at 10:18 PM

Brandon missed a jumper, but Travis grabbed a great offensive rebound to keep possession. The Trail Blazers lead 86-85 with 59 seconds remaining in overtime. They will have possession after the timeout.


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TO DUNKS!
posted: at 10:17 PM

Travis went baseline and threw down a huge two-handed dunk to give the Trail Blazers the lead! The score is 86-85 with 2:05 left in overtime.


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Back and forth
posted: at 10:13 PM

The Trail Blazers are down 85-84 in overtime with 2:30 remaining. LaMarcus had the chance to tie, but missed a free throw. The Trail Blazers have possession.


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We have overtime!!!!
posted: at 10:08 PM

Jamal Crawford missed his last-second attempt and this one is going to overtime! Jarrett Jack and Steve Blake sparked the comeback, combining for 13 of Portland's 18 points in the fourth. Outlaw's jumper with five seconds left forced the extra period, and the slate is clean.

Let's go Blazers!!!


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TO for the tie
posted: at 10:05 PM

Travis got the ball on a hand-off from Brandon, shook Renaldo Balkman, and stepped back for a jumper. The score is tied 81-81 and just 5.6 seconds are left. Some good defense on this possession will force overtime!


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34.1 seconds left
posted: at 10:00 PM

The Trail Blazers are down by two with just 34 seconds remaining and the Knicks have the ball. Brandon Roy just barely missed a jumpshot that would have tied the game.


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JJ Fast Breakin'
posted: at 9:58 PM

Jarrett just took it coast-to-coast to bring the Trail Blazers within two points! The score is 81-79 with 1:07 remaining.


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Steve Blake is clutch
posted: at 9:56 PM

Steve Blake hit a runner in the lane to bring the Trail Blazers within three points. He leads the Trail Blazers with 19 points.


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Time to wake up
posted: at 9:47 PM

The Trail Blazers are running out of time to come back. The Trail Blazers are down79-74 with 3:07 remaining. Steve Blake just hit a shot and he leads the Trail Blazers with 17 points.


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Big-Time Blake
posted: at 9:46 PM

Steve Blake hit a three from the corner to cut the Knicks lead to five.

Jarrett Jack just took the ball out on a fast break and was fouled, and he will shoot free throws after the timeout.


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On the board
posted: at 9:41 PM

LA hit two free throws to give the Trail Blazers their first points of the fourth quarter.

The score is currently 75-67, Knicks lead with 7:02 to play.


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Slow start to the fourth
posted: at 9:34 PM

It took over three minutes before the first points of the fourth quarter were scored. Malik Rose hit a baseline jumpshot to give the Knicks a 71-63 lead with 8:44 to play. Nate McMillan just called a timeout, which will hopefully motivate the Trail Blazers.


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End of the third
posted: at 9:27 PM

At the end of the third quarter, the Trail Blazers are down 69-63 to the Knicks. The third was a vast improvement for the Trail Blazers, scoring 25 points on 11-of-19 shooting.

Brandon Roy leads the Trail Blazers with 14 points and eight assists. LaMarcus Aldridge also has 14 points. Steve Blake has 12 points and Martell Webster scored seven points in the third quarter to give him nine for the game.

Zach Randolph leads the Knicks with 21 points. David Lee has 14 points and 12 rebounds. Nate Robinson has 12 points and five assists, while Jamal Crawford has 13 points.


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Stats update
posted: at 9:21 PM

The Trail Blazers are down 65-61 with 2:11 to play in the third quarter.

Brandon Roy and LaMarcus Aldridge lead the Trail Blazers with 14 points each. Roy also has eight assists. Steve Blake has 12 points and four assists.

For the Knicks, Zach Randolph leads all scorers with 19 points. David Lee has 14 points and 12 rebounds.


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Playing like an All-Star
posted: at 9:19 PM

B-Roy took his man off the dribble and threw one down to tie the game 61-61! He now has 14 points and eight assists.


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Comeback Kids!
posted: at 9:17 PM

After Martell's block and three, Brandon hit a three of his own! The Trail Blazers are now down by just two!


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There we go...
posted: at 9:14 PM

B-Roy and LA hit back-to-back jumpers to match Jamal Crawford's consecutive baskets. The score is now 61-53, Knicks lead with 5:50 to play.

UPDATE: Martell blocked David Lee's shot and then hit a three! The Trail Blazers are down by just five points!


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Blake to the rescue
posted: at 9:11 PM

Steve Blake has five points in the third quarter and the Trail Blazers' deficit has been cut to eight points, 57-49.

Blake now has 12 points tonight, while Brandon Roy has seven points and seven assists.

The Trail Blazers still have no answer for Zach Randolph, who has 19 points on 8-14 shooting.


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High percentage shots
posted: at 9:09 PM

Martell and Joel have dunks on the last two Portland possessions and the Trail Blazers now trail 55-44.

Update: Steve Blake got revenge on Nate Robinson with a nasty crossover.


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Beginning of the third
posted: at 8:54 PM

B-Roy hit a jumper on the Trail Blazers' first possession, so maybe the shooting woes are over. However, Zach Randoph has four points already this quarter and David Lee has a layup, so the Trail Blazers are down 55-40.


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A change needed
posted: at 8:42 PM

The Trail Blazers are behind 49-38 at the end of the first half after a tough second quarter. The Knicks outscored the Trail Blazers 21-14.

LaMarcus Aldridge leads Portland with 12 points. Brandon Roy has five points and five assists. Travis Outlaw has eight points off the bench.

The Trail Blazers shot just 6-18 during the quarter.

Zach Randolph and Nate Robinson lead the Knicks with 13 points each. Jamal Crawford has nine points and David Lee has nine points and 10 rebounds.

Let's hope the Trail Blazers can turn it around in the second half.


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Trail Blazer trouble
posted: at 8:39 PM

The Trail Blazers are having a very difficult second quarter. They've been outscored 21-10 in the quarter and there are only 20 seconds left to change that.


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B-Roy for three
posted: at 8:35 PM

Brandon had been finding ways to contribute other than scoring, but he just hit a three to cut the deficit to six points, 44-38. Roy has five points and leads all players with five assists.

Side note: the Knicks young players have made some spectacular plays. Nate Robinson made an incredible crossover move and hit a layup. David Lee made an impressive play by catching a missed shot in mid-air and reverse-dunking it in with one hand before hitting the ground.


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TO in the zone
posted: at 8:29 PM

Travis has the last 5 Blazer points and the Knick lead is down to seven, 38-31.

UPDATE: LaMarcus hit a jumper and has 12 points for the game. 38-33, Knicks.


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Scoreless no longer
posted: at 8:25 PM

LaMarcus took it inside over Randolph to get the Trail Blazers on the board this quarter.

After a Knick basket, Travis Outlaw hit a three from the corner and the Trail Blazers are down 29-38 with 5:24 remaining in the half.


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Still scoreless
posted: at 8:20 PM

While the Trail Blazers have allowed just eight points in the first 5:17 of this quarter, they still haven't scored a point. The Trail Blazers are 0-8 from the field since the quarter began.

The Trail Blazers now trail 36-24.


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Jack needs to bring some energy to this team and get everybody going.

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Not the start we were looking for
posted: at 8:16 PM

The Trail Blazers haven't scored yet in the second quarter, while Randolph has four points. He now has 13 for the game. It looks like he loves Portland after all...


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White Team time
posted: at 8:13 PM

The second quarter has begun and the White Team is in. Can Sergio, Jarrett, James, Travis and Channing build up a lead for the Trail Blazers?


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A close quarter
posted: at 8:06 PM

The first quarter has ended along with the Trail Blazer lead as the Knicks are ahead 28-24.

LaMarcus Aldridge leads the Trail Blazers with eight points and Steve Blake added seven. Aldridge did pick up two fouls.

Nate Robinson leads the Knicks with 10 points and three assists. He hit a floater as the buzzer sounded. Zach Randolph scored nine points before drawing his second foul. David Lee leads all players with an impressive seven rebounds.


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LA vs. Z-Bo
posted: at 7:58 PM

The Trail Blazers lead by just one point, 19-18. LaMarcus has eight points and Blake has seven. Randolph leads the Knicks with nine points, including a three-pointer moments ago.


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Shot clock problem
posted: at 7:53 PM

An interesting situation has arisen here at the Rose Garden. After Joel was called for a goaltend against Randolph, they couldn't properly reset the shot clocks. The time is being announced over the PA system, but I'm not sure how the players know how much time is left. It hasn't been an issue yet, but we'll see what happens.

The score is 14-11, Trail Blazers ahead with 4:45 to play.


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Honoring the All-Stars
posted: at 7:48 PM

Trail Blazers President Larry Miller just spoke to the crowd to honor Portland's two All-Star weekend representatives - LaMarcus Aldridge and Brandon Roy. Roy will be a reserve in the All-Star game, and both will represent the NBA's second-year players in the Rookie/Sophmore game.

Congrats to LA and B-Roy!


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Martell with some magic
posted: at 7:45 PM

Martell beat Crawford off the dribble and floated for about 10 minutes before hitting a finger-roll.

LaMarcus hit another jumper and he has eight points in just over four minutes!

The Trail Blazers lead 12-4 with 7:43 remaining in the first quarter.


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LA starts quick
posted: at 7:37 PM

LA is being guarded by David Lee, but it didn't matter - he hit his first jumper.

Z-Bo came down and hit a jumper over Joel, but LA answered with a floater as the shot clock expired.

Steve Blake hit, then LaMarcus hit again and the score is 8-2, Trail Blazers lead.


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An interesting reception
posted: at 7:31 PM

Z-Bo was booed during his introduction, but the Rose Garden crowd cheered for a former Oregon Duck, Fred Jones, who is starting at shooting guard tonight for the Knicks.


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Starting Lineups
posted: at 7:05 PM

The Trail Blazers will start LaMarcus Aldridge, Martell Webster, Joel Przybilla, Steve Blake and your favorite All-Star, Brandon Roy.

The Knicks will start Jamal Crawford, David Lee, Nate Robinson, Fred Jones and Zach Randolph.

Usual starters Quentin Richardson and Eddy Curry will not play tonight for the Knicks.


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Z-Bo back in town
posted: at 6:57 PM

It looks like it's going to be a fun Friday night here in the Rose Garden. The Trail Blazers will look to get back in the win column against Zach Randolph and the New York Knicks.

The Blazers will be out for revenge for Wednesday's heartbreaking loss against Cleveland. The Knicks should be a perfect victim, coming into the game at just 14-31.

Brandon Roy continues to lead the Trail Blazers and will now represent the team in New Orleans at the All-Star Game. Roy is the first Trail Blazer to be an All-Star since Rasheed Wallace in 2001.

Tip-off is coming up in about 20 minutes, so get ready!


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