April 4, 2012
Aldridge leads Blazers over the Nets
PORTLAND, Ore.— The Trail Blazers have alternated wins and losses for the past 10 games, which is not exactly getting them to the playoffs.
"We gotta figure it out," guard Raymond Felton said about the team's seesaw stretch. "We gotta figure out how to go on a roll for like five games."
But time is running out for Portland, which rallied with a 17-3 run after falling behind in the fourth quarter to beat the Nets 101-88 on Wednesday night.
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THE STAT: The Nets started the second half with 2-for-16 shooting to fall behind 64-48 late in the third quarter, then went 0-for-11 to close the game. Other than that, they made 30 of 59 shots in the game.
TURNING POINT: The Blazers trailed by three midway through the fourth quarter, but Nicolas Batum and J.J. Hickson combined 14 points and the Nets missed 11 straight shots the rest of the way.
For more, read Kerry Eggers' NBA.com notebook
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|LINE OF THE NIGHT|
21 PTS, 11 REB
7-13 FGs, STL, BLK
|On his 20-point bench scorers:
"Green and Morrow … weâ€™re going to have to give them some sort of special name. Theyâ€™re really playing well for us off the bench."