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Here are the standings as of 4/1/11 at 4:50 P.M.
1. San Antonio Spurs- 57-18
2. Los Angeles Lakers- 54-20
3. Dallas Mavericks- 53-22
4. Oklahoma City Thunder- 50-24
Oh yeah, sorry I was unable to blog about the last two games so I'm just going to summarize the past 2 games and the road trip.
The Blazers hold on against the Spurs 100-92. The leaders for the Blazers: Andre Miller with 26 points. Nicolas Batum with 13 rebounds. And Brandon Roy with 4 assists. Gerald Wallace added 14 points,
In last night's disappointing loss to the Thunder, Gerald Wallace almost tied a career high with 40 (his career high is 42). LaMarcus Aldridge had 20 and no one else on the Blazers got over 9. For the Thunder, Russell Westbrook had 28 points, 7 assists and 7 rebounds. And Kevin Durant had 21 points, with Serge Ibaka scoring 18. Last night the Blazers lost 90-99. This time
Here are the conference standings as of 3/27/11 at 9:30 A.M PT.
1. San Antonio Spurs-57-15
2. Los Angeles Lakers-52-20
3. Dallas Mavericks-50-21
4. Oklahoma City Thunder-47-24
The Blazers have a brutal three-game road trip against two of the four best teams in the Western Conference, tonight against Oklahoma City (ESPN), and San Antonio. The other game is against New Orleans to close off March. As usual we all want the Blazers to win! Remember to watch the game tonight!!
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