MLB Hall of Fame ballot announced. A-Rod adjusts his lawsuit against Selig. Kelly goes with Foles for rest of season. Crabtree expected to hit field for first time this season. Bryant not close to a return.
About Three Weeks Ago
LaMarcus Aldridge went off for 27 points, eight rebounds and two blocks to carry the Trail Blazers to a 108-98 win over the Nets at the Barclays Center. After giving up 40 points to Brooklyn in the first quarter, Portland held the Nets to 58 points the rest of the way. Damian Lillard added 19 points and nine assists, while Wesley Matthews knocked down five from behind the arc on his way to 24 points. The Blazers have won seven in-a-row to jump to 9-and-2. Kevin Garnett started off the game connecting on his first six shots, but finished 2-of-13 the rest of the way as he scored 16 points and eight rebounds. Paul Pierce struggled with 11 points on 2-of-12 shooting. Brooklyn was without point guard Deron [[ Darren ]] Williams, center Brook Lopez and forward Andrei Kirilenko. They dropped to 3-and-7 and last place in the Atlantic Division.
Damian Lillard scored 25 points and Robin Lopez pulled down ten rebounds to help lead the Portland Trail Blazers to a 109-103 win at home over the Detroit Pistons. Lopez added 17 points and LaMarcus Aldridge scored 18 to help Portland earn its third straight win. The Blazers shot more than 51 percent from the floor and drained eleven three-pointers. Portland will host the Phoenix Suns tomorrow night.
The Portland Trail Blazers are two-and-two on the season after dropping a 116-101 decision to the Houston Rockets at the Moda Center. Damian Lillard led the Blazers with 22 points and LaMarcus Aldridge added 21. Houston outrebounded Portland by 47 to 30 and James Harden led the Rockets with 33 points. The Blazers will host Sacramento Friday night.
Packers' Rodgers has broken collarbone. Texans' Kubiak released after mild stroke. Dolphins' Incognito speaks about harassment controversy. Mariners to name McClendon as manager. Lochte injures knee catching young teen fan. Texas to name ASU's Patterson new AD.