Portland Trail Blazers LaMarcus Aldridge shoots by New York Knicks Wilson Chandler at Madison Square Garden in New York
Portland Trail Blazers LaMarcus Aldridge drives to the basket by New York Knicks Wilson Chandler in the second quarter at Madison Square Garden in New York City on October 30, 2010. The Trail Blazers defeated the Knicks 100-95. UPI/John Angelillo
Stephen Curry finished the season as the NBA's 3-point king Wednesday, making four long-range shots and leading Golden State past Portland 99-88.
Chris Kaman fired in 26 points and Shawn Marion added 20 Sunday to help Dallas build a big lead over Portland and then hold off the Trail Blazers 96-91.
James Harden returned to his typical high-scoring self Friday while leading Houston to a 116-98 triumph over Portland.
Utah's Al Jefferson and Mo Williams combined for 44 points Monday, boosting the Jazz to a fifth straight win, 112-102 over Portland.
Brook Lopez and Reggie Evans combined to give Brooklyn a rocket-like start Wednesday and the Nets went on to rout Portland 111-93.
Wesley Matthews ignited a fourth-quarter surge Friday that brought Portland a 104-93 victory over Atlanta.
LaMarcus Aldridge and Damian Lillard combined for 52 points Thursday, sending Portland to an unusual road win in a 99-89 decision over Chicago.
Brandon Jennings fired in 24 points and Monta Ellis provided 21 more Tuesday, propelling the Milwaukee Bucks over Portland 102-95.
Philadelphia's Jrue Holiday pumped in 27 points Monday and the 76ers survived a late challenge to escape with a 101-100 victory over Portland.
LaMarcus Aldridge fired in 31 points and heated up down the stretch Saturday in the Portland Trail Blazers' 112-101 victory over Detroit.