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Topic - Nicolas Batum
Nicolas Batum had a simple question for his Portland teammates: "Why not us?"
Tony Parker has long been Nicolas Batum's friend and mentor, both on the French national team and in their NBA careers.
Portland coach Terry Stotts is running out of adjectives and analogies to describe the San Antonio Spurs' dominance in the second quarter.
There was some shouting going on in the Trail Blazers' locker room after they fell behind by 10 points at halftime to the Rockets.
James Harden found his shot, and Troy Daniels made his.
Given an opportunity to clinch a postseason berth, the Trail Blazers made the most if it.
Wesley Matthews had a simple goal going into the Blazers' game against the Hawks: Don't let Kyle Korver get the ball.
Wesley Johnson was hard-pressed to think of a more memorable shot he's had than his game-winner against Portland.
LaMarcus Aldridge returned to the Trail Blazers lineup, happy to know that things didn't go awry without him.
Thomas Robinson got it started when he blocked a shot by Corey Brewer. Victor Claver then grabbed the rebound for Portland, leading to Will Barton's dunk on the other end.
With Portland trailing Utah to start the fourth quarter, Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard did what an All-Star is supposed to do.
Just when it appeared Portland was cruising to a victory that would avoid its first three-game losing streak of the season, Toronto's DeMar DeRozan put a scare into the Trail Blazers.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The last time Nicolas Batum had a triple-double, it came because of a casually tossed buzzer-beating 3-pointer in a rout of San Antonio earlier this season. The Trail Blazers forward was embarrassed and said he never meant to disrespect the Spurs, so it didn't count.
The Portland Trail Blazers weren't bluffing about Nicolas Batum after all.
Brandon Roy is on his way to Minnesota to start his comeback in the same place his career began seven years ago. If Nicolas Batum has his way, he'll soon join his former Blazers teammate on the Timberwolves.
"We were happy for about five minutes," Batum said. "But we have four more games and then the playoffs start."
"We're not prepping for the playoffs," he said. "We want to keep going in the right direction."