Game 68: Portland Trail Blazers 110, Sacramento Kings 94

March 13th, 2010 by Busta Bucket Leave a reply »
The Sacramento Kings billed tonight’s match up between the Portland Trailblazers as the epic battle to the death between Roy and [future] R.O.Y., Tyreke Evans.  A nice play on words and acronyms, but the fun for the Kings stopped there as the Blazers came into Sacramento and dominated the Kings practically from the tip. For the second night  in a row, the Blazers scored 110 points, while holding the Kings to just 94.

Aside from the annoying (read: soul-shattering) KGW 8 broadcasting issues that plagued the first half, the game was enjoyable and stress free to watch, something many of us Blazer fans haven’t felt for tens of games. 

We even got to see the first minutes from the newest Trail Blazer Travis Diener, who ran around aimlessly and had an assist in the closing minutes of the game. Standing Ovation from the traveling Blazermaniacs was most assuredly in honor of his dazzling performance.

Mike Barrett remarked that the Blazers are “peaking at the right time,” insinuating that the team is operating efficiently, beating easy teams with relative ease and maintaining position in the playoff hunt. This is in ...

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