Trail Blazers vs Jazz Thursday, 04/07/11 AT 07:30PM

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    Written by ShalamarClark on Apr 7, 2011

    Portland jumped back into sixth place in the Western Conference after Gerald Wallace scored 29 points and eight rebounds Continue Reading

  2. Around The World: April 7

    Written by DHawes22 on Apr 7, 2011

    Included in today's topics are Roy looks for confidence and rhythm, never take the playoffs for granted, where Wallace ranks Continue Reading

  3. 04.06.11 Trail Blazers Courtside Podcast

    Written by DHawes22 on Apr 7, 2011

    Listen to the latest edition of Trail Blazers Courtside, your weekly internet, television and radio show devoted to all Continue Reading

  4. Preview: Trail Blazers Can Strike The Right Tune In Utah

    Written by ShalamarClark on Apr 6, 2011

    The last time Wesley Matthews and Deron Williams met, Matthews led all scorers with 30 points to inch the Portland Trail Continue Reading

  5. Warrior Trio, Cold Second Half Down Trail Blazers

    Written by Grant Lucas on Apr 5, 2011

    Paced by Monta Ellis's game-high 30 points and David Lee's 29-point, 20-rebound performance, the Golden State Warriors (34-44) Continue Reading

  6. Tickets To First Two Home Playoff Game On Sale April 15

    Written by caseyholdahl on Apr 5, 2011

    Available tickets for the Portland Trail Blazers first two home playoff games will go on sale Friday, April 15, at noon, Continue Reading

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Trail Blazers @ Jazz Game Thread


After the wake-up call that was Tuesday night against Golden State, Portland must now rebound quickly and tackle their remaining four games with vengeance. The loss pulled them even with the Hornets in the loss column and since N.O. has the tiebreaker, we are essentially in 7th if the Hornets win tonight. It was apparent the Trail Blazers were overlooking the lottery team from the Bay and in April, during playoff chases, you just can't get away with it. Hopefully this loss ignites the team as they start their home stretch with Utah Thursday night at the Salt Palace. Historically, the Trail Blazers don't have much success in Salt Lake (61-16), but they did knock off Utah at home in December, 96-91. Also, this is the first time Portland has faced the new-look Jazz without Deron Williams. Finally, it looks like Devin Harris, who's missed a few games, will be back in the lineup by the time tipoff rolls around.

So Rip City, can Portland complete the sweep of Utah in Salt Lake City?continue

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#12   LaMarcus Aldridge 12 1 11
#7   Brandon Roy 11 2 3
#88   Nicolas Batum 21 0 3
#5   Rudy Fernandez 0 3 1
#24   Andre Miller 5 12 5
#8   Patty Mills 0 2 0
#23   Marcus Camby 0 0 0
#1   Armon Johnson 0 0 0
#8   Luke Babbitt 0 0 0
#2   Wesley Matthews 18 2 7
#3   Gerald Wallace 29 2 8
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