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FOSTER CITY, Calif., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. (SCEA) announced today that Portland Trail Blazers All-Star guard Brandon Roy will lace 'em up for the cover of NBA 10: The Inside, due to hit stores on October 6, 2009.
The Portland Trailblazers have signed all-star guard Brandon Roy to a five-year contract extension, Yahoo! Sports said Wednesday. The 6-foot-6 inch former University of Washington product, a first-round pick by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2006 NBA Draft, totaled 22.6 points and more than five assists in 78 games last season while leading the Trailblazers to the Western Conference quarterfinals against the Houston Rockets. He told KJR radio in Seattle last month that he was frustrated...
Portland parlayed a 15-0 run in the fourth quarter into an 88-77 win over Houston Tuesday to remain alive in their Western Conference quarterfinals. Brandon Roy scored eight of his 25 points in the final quarter as the Blazers turned a 68-64 deficit into a 79-68 lead. Houston battled back to grab a four-point lead with 9:30 to play, but the Portland took the lead for good on a free throw by Steve Blake and three-pointers by Travis Outlaw and Roy with less than 5 minutes remaining. I've never...
Yao Ming had 21 points and 12 rebounds Sunday to lead Houston to an 89-88 win over Portland and a 3-1 lead in their Western Conference playoff series. Yao bounced back from two consecutive substandard performances -- 11 points in Game 2 and seven points in Game 3 -- to help get the Rockets within one win their first post-season series win since 1997.
Brandon Roy pumped in 42 points to carry Portland to a 107-103 win over Houston, evening the playoff series between the Trail Blazers and Rockets at 1-1. Roy scored a dozen points in the fourth quarter, which included an 11-1 stretch run by the Blazers, and also pulled down seven rebounds for the game. Portland outscored Houston in the fourth quarter, which began with the game tied 73-73.
LaMarcus Aldridge scored 21 points and the Portland Trail Blazers continued their playoff push Saturday with an 87-72 rout of the Los Angeles Clippers. A 29-14 second period gave Portland a 46-31 halftime advantage, and from that point, Los Angeles barely stayed competitive. Aldridge also had nine rebounds.
Brandon Roy and LaMarcus Aldridge led a stunning comeback Wednesday that brought Portland a 95-83 victory over San Antonio. The Trail Blazers won in San Antonio for the first time in 12 tries and downed the Spurs for only the fourth time in their last 24 meetings overall. San Antonio fell back into a tie with idle Houston for first place in the Southwest Division.
Travis Outlaw banked in the go-ahead basket with 13.3 seconds left Tuesday, completing Portland's 96-93 rally win over Memphis. Portland, which trailed by as many as 18 points in the game, is a half-game behind Houston for the fourth seed in the West after its fifth victory in six games. Brandon Roy scored eight of his 24 points in the final 2 minutes.
Houston's Yao Ming scored 21 points Sunday in a 102-88 Rockets' victory over the Portland Trail Blazers, who clinched a playoff spot despite the loss. Louis Scola added 16 points and Ron Artest had 15 for Houston, which climbed to within a half-game of first-place San Antonio in the Southwest Division.
A big game by LaMarcus Aldridge Friday led the Portland Trail Blazers to the brink of a playoff berth with a 107-72 whipping of Oklahoma City. Aldridge scored 35 points and grabbed 18 rebounds.
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