By The Numbers - January 2014
STATS, MILESTONES, RECORDS
4 – Nicolas Batum recorded his fourth career triple-double, all within a year’s time, Jan. 8 vs. Orlando.
5 – LaMarcus Aldridge ranked in the top 5 in the NBA in both scoring (26.1) and rebounding (13.1) during January.
17 – Robin Lopez recorded his 17th double-double on Jan. 25 vs. Minnesota, giving him two more than he had during the rest of his career combined (15).
20 – The Trail Blazers became the first team in NBA history to make at least 20 3-pointers twice in the same season on Jan. 2 vs. Charlotte.
26 – Damian Lillard broke the franchise record for points in a quarter with 26 in the fourth quarter at Sacramento on Jan. 7.
31 – Portland’s 31 wins at the halfway point of the season (41 games) tied for its third-highest total in franchise history.
33 – Portland reached its win total from the previous year (33) faster than any other time in team history in terms of games (44) and date (Jan. 25).
44 – LaMarcus Aldridge scored a new career-high 44 points on Jan. 23 vs. Denver, including each of Portland’s last 15 points.
100 – Wesley Matthews joined Kyle Korver as the only players in the NBA with at least 100 3-pointers in each of the last four seasons.
131 – Damian Lillard’s 131 3-pointers through 41 games set an NBA record for most 3-pointers by a player at his team’s midpoint of the season.
10,418 – LaMarcus Aldridge passed Cliff Robinson to become Portland’s third-leading scorer of all-time with 10,418 points.