MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 15 (UPI) -- Brandon Roy's 24 points and six assists keyed the Portland Trail Blazers' come-from-behind 88-83 win Saturday night over Minnesota.
Down 71-65 at the start the fourth period, the Blazers scored six of the first eight points and continued their momentum the rest of the way.
Oft-injured Greg Oden scored a career-high 13 points with eight rebounds and three blocked shots. Joel Przybilla had 10 points and eight rebounds, while point Steve Blake added 10 points and four assists for the Trail Blazers, winners in five of their last six outings.
Al Jefferson led Minnesota with 26 points and six rebounds. Mike Miller and Randy Foye scored 10 points apiece in the Timberwolves' seventh straight loss since a season-opening 98-96 victory against Sacramento.