Blazers-Grizzlies: Portland Can’t Overcome Long Midgame Drought

Posted: 28th November 2009 by Busta Bucket in NBA
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BOX SCORE If NBA games had a fifth period, the Blazers might have been able to pull this game out. Then again, there's no reason to believe the Grizzlies would have stopped having an answer for every Portland comeback attempt. The Blazers gave Memphis everything they had in the second half, outscoring the Grizzlies 57-45, but it wasn't enough as Memphis dominated Portland 106-96. The game started out as expected with Portland holding an early 15-11 lead midway through the first quarter. Then what became an insurmountable lead began to take effect as Memphis continued to take it to the rim and get to the line as Portland continued to take jumpers and turn the ball over. The dreadful quarter was fittingly capped off with Brandon Roy (uncharacteristically unaware of the game clock winding d ...

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