Houston Rockets Look to Continue Home Dominance Over The Portland Trail Blazers

January 5th, 2011 by Jack Jones Leave a reply »
The Houston Rockets and Portland Trail Blazers will meet for the second time in four days, as the two teams faced off at Portland on Sunday with the Trail Blazers taking home a 100-85 win.

This time around the game will be played at the Toyota Center in Houston, where the Rockets have won nine of their last 10. Houston did lose at Denver on Monday 113-106, while the Trail Blazers fell 84-81 last night at Dallas.

Our NBA spreads for this game have the Rockets favored by six points over the Trail Blazers at home.

In the first meeting between these two teams, LaMarcus Aldridge had a game-high 25 points to go with 11 rebounds. Nicolas Batum also had a nice night with 21 points. Marcus Camby had just three points, but finished with 13 rebounds and eight assists.

Portland also got a big performance from their bench, as three different reserves scored in double figures.

For the Rockets Kevin Martin led the way with 15 points on just 6-17 shooting, and the Rockets as a team really struggled to make shots, as they shot just 41 percent from the field. Houston did get 46 points from their bench, but most of that had to do w ...

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