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Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Beal sees way clear in 51-point outburst

    Washington guard Bradley Beal, struggling to find his role in the absence of Wizards star John Wall, finally saw his way clear in a 51-point outburst against the Trail Blazers in Portland on Tuesday night. "I was more locked in, more focused," Beal said. "In the previous games, I was thinking way too much out there instead of playing my game.
    6 Dec @ 11PM

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  • Bradley Beal goes deep into his bag, pulls out 51 points to beat the Blazers

    Bradley Beal was the master of all he surveyed in Portland on Tuesday night. When John Wall went down with a knee injury a week and a half ago, Bradley Beal knew the Washington Wizards would need more from him to fill the void. “I’ve been kind of — I was getting in my own head,” Beal told NBA TV’s Dennis Scott after the game.
    6 Dec @ 8AM

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  • Beal has career-high 51, Wizards down Trail Blazers 106-92

    Bradley Beal had a career night, and in the process, he gave the Washington Wizards a morale-boosting rebound victory. 'I've been thinking way too much,' Beal said after scoring a career-high 51 points in a 106-92 victory Tuesday night over the Portland Trail Blazers. The Wizards bounced back from a discouraging 116-69 loss Monday night to the Utah Jazz.
    6 Dec @ 7AM

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  • Wizards still without Wall for game at Portland

    John Wall's sore left knee is a source of consternation for the Washington Wizards, who invade Moda Center on Tuesday night to face the Portland Trail Blazers. The Trail Blazers aren't going to pretend Wall's absence won't make a difference. "I play against whoever's out there," said Portland point guard Damian Lillard, who would have been matched up against Wall.
    5 Dec @ 11AM

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  • Cousins has 38 and the Pelicans beat the Blazers 123-116

    The Pelicans were motivated against the Trail Blazers by a tough loss the night before and the absence of Anthony Davis. DeMarcus Cousins had 38 points and New Orleans - missing Davis because of a pelvic injury - beat Portland 123-116 on Saturday night. E'Twaun Moore added 19 points, including four 3-pointers for the Pelicans, who were playing the second of a back-to-back after a loss to the Jazz the night before.
    3 Dec @ 7AM

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  • Middleton has 26 and Milwaukee beats the Blazers 103-91

    The Bucks tried to take 3-pointers away and contest every shot, a tactic that worked well against Portland. Khris Middleton had 26 points, Eric Bledsoe had 25 and Milwaukee beat the Trail Blazers 103-91 on Thursday night to snap Portland's three-game winning streak. Giannis Antetokounmpo added 20 points, nine rebounds and three blocked shots for the Bucks, who have won their last four games against the Blazers.
    2 Dec @ 5PM

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  • Shabazz Napier stars in the most Portland and awesomely weird commercial ever

    May I present, without comment, this commercial starring Portland Trail Blazers guard Shabazz Napier: ??RIP CITY?? Our Blazers Blend will have you dunking like a pro – @ShabazzNapier knows. Good luck tonight @trailblazers pic.twitter.com/QheZQ4wbIm —
    1 Dec @ 10PM

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  • PBT Extra Player of the Week: Damian Lillard

    Quietly, the Portland Trail Blazers have put together the third best defense in the NBA so far this season. That’s the reason they are 13-8 and fourth in the Western Conference, and it’s the reason they went 3-1 last week all on the road (they were
    30 Nov @ 2PM

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  • Former NBA player, analyst Steve 'Snapper' Jones dead at 75

    Steve “Snapper” Jones established his basketball legacy on and off the court. Steve “Snapper” Jones, a longtime NBA analyst and former Portland Trail Blazer, died Saturday after reportedly battling a lengthy illness. Known as much for his work on the sidelines as his performances between them, Jones was a staple of the NBA on NBC broadcasts during the the 1990s when the show was setting ratings records.
    28 Nov @ 4AM

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  • McCollum helps Blazers to 108-105 comeback win over Wizards

    C.J. McCollum shook off foul trouble and the memory of some recent late misses to prove his clutch ability again on Saturday night. McCollum scored 26 points, including seven straight during a 10-0 game-closing run, to lift the Portland Trail Blazers to a stunning 108-105 comeback victory over the short-handed Washington Wizards. 'I have all the confidence in the world,' McCollum said.
    27 Nov @ 7AM

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