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Trail Blazers Win! 102-82
posted: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 at 9:11 PM

That's all, folks!


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It's Raining 3's
posted: at 9:04 PM

Portland has made 9/16 shots from down town so far tonight, with James Jones adding the most recent 3-pointer.

The Wizards are going to have to conjure up a magical spell if they want to win this one. The visiting team looks tired and defeated, as they trail 95-73 in the final minutes of the game.


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STEVE BLAKE FOR 3!
posted: at 9:00 PM

Because, why not?

92-71


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Washington continues to flounder as Portland remains solid
posted: at 8:54 PM

Although their lead has slipped, Portland still maintains a 15-point edge, 83-68 over the visitors with 8 minutes to go.

Joel Pryzbilla has 13 rebounds tonight,
Travis Outlaw has contributed 18 points to the teams total so far,
Jarrett Jack has added 17,
but Webster is sitting pretty on the bench with his 23 points and 4 3-pointers.


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Portland Leads 82-66 at end of the 3rd
posted: at 8:45 PM

As the game rolls into its final period, Portland leads 82-66. The team seems to have fully regrouped after last night's tough loss in Seattle. Despite their big stars Aldridge and Roy both absent with injury, (Aldridge sprained his ankle in last nights game, Roy left in the second period with a groin strain and will not return tonight), the rest of the team, with Webster leading the way, seems to be doing just fine.


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Brandon Roy Will Not Return
posted: at 8:33 PM

Although Roy initially appeared to be ok after hobbling off the court in the 2nd quarter, an update has come in that he has a right groin strain and will not return.
However, as Portland hangs on to a 20 point lead, it looks like they won't need him tonight anyway.


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MARTELL IS ON FIRE!
posted: at 8:28 PM

Martell Webster has made 4/5 3 pointers, bringing his total to 23 points with 2 minutes to go in the 3rd quarter. Keep it up, Martell!!!


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OUCH!
posted: at 8:25 PM

Jarrett Jack collided hard with Antonio Daniels in an attempt to block his fast break shot. Both went down hard, but are ok.
Trail Blazers lead by a whopping 20 points, 68-48, with Martell leading his team with 16 points, Travis Outlaw with 15.


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3-3-3!
posted: at 8:03 PM

Martell it seems has started a trend with his big 3 pointer, with Outlaw and Jack immediately following in his footsteps with down town baskets of their own. As the half time buzzers sounds, Portland leads 59-43. Now that's a good way to start the second half!


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Martell For 3!
posted: at 7:58 PM

Martell hits a big shot from downtown, bringing Portland back up to a 10 point lead with 3 minutes to go before the half!


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8:04 PM  
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8:04 PM  
Blogger ski said...

is brandon roy injured? looks like he headed to the locker room

8:04 PM  
Blogger Devan Cook said...

An injury report hasn't been sent yet, I'll keep you updated on Brandon's status as the information comes in. He appeared to be hobbling a bit befoore leaving the court.

8:10 PM  
Blogger ski said...

okay thanks.

8:13 PM  
Blogger Devan Cook said...

Roy appears to be ok, he joined his team in shooting around at the half, and will most likely be back in the game.

8:20 PM  
Blogger Devan Cook said...

Actually, this is incorrect. He will NOT return, after suffering a right groin strain.

8:37 PM  
Blogger ski said...

good thing washington isn't very good...portland looks to continue its domination no matter where they shoot from

8:39 PM  
Blogger ski said...

after yesterdays embarassing loss, they look to make a strong come back

8:40 PM  
Blogger ski said...

brandon roy is like yao ming...although he may lead the team in pts most of the time...once gone...hardly missed...the rest of the team steps up and delivers

8:44 PM  
Blogger ski said...

good thing the washington coach isn't that bright...hasn't recognized that the team couldn't hit a three pointer if their life counted on it...great for the trailblazers! this game is over!

8:47 PM  

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What they Don't Show You On TV...
posted: at 7:52 PM

As the Trail Blazers take a time out, a segment called "ASk The Blazers" on the ROse Garden big screen showed each player individually answering a fans question: "Who is the first to fall asleep on the road after games?"

It seems most of the players agree that Travis Outlaw is the sleepiest of the bunch, with Rodriguez coming in second.


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Washington starts early second push
posted: at 7:44 PM

After a solid first quarter from Portland, Washington is trying to turn their fate around by making an early push at the start of the second period. At a little over 3 minutes in, Portland still holds the lead by 4, 33-29.


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What A Block!
posted: at 7:25 PM

Travis Outlaw just made a major block, which had both teams grabbing for the rebound, and creating a jump ball. Portland leads 25-16 with under 2 minutes to go in the first.


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Brandon Dunks!
posted: at 7:18 PM

Thanks to a beautiful assist from Steve Blake, Brandon Roy put in a beautiful dunk as the Trail Blazers continue to rally, with a 17-9 lead over Washington.


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So Far, So Good
posted: at 7:11 PM

Trail Blazers are off to a nice start, going on a 10-2 run in the first couple minutes.

Webster has scored 4 of their first 10.


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No Aldridge
posted: at 7:08 PM

LaMarcus Aldridge will not be playing tonight after rolling his ankle in last night's match-up with Seattle. Travis Outlaw is filling in for him as a starter.

Brendan Haywood and Joel Pryzbilla are setting up for tip off right now!


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Moments Away From Tip Off
posted: at 6:54 PM

The Trail Blazers are just moments away from tip off in their match-up with the visiting Washington Wizards. Stay tuned in to Game-Time Blog for updates throughout the game!


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