Sunday, September 9, 2012

Celtics breezily defeat Blazers.

LaMarcus Aldrige (12 points and 25 monster rebounds), seen above, had little to holler about other than Portland's poor shooting efficiency. The abysmal Blazers barely cracked the 60 point mark by the end of the 3rd quarter, and the Celtics stormed into Portland mad from their loss in Los Angeles.

Jonny Flynn tarried his way to 28 points and 9 assists by the time the final buzzer sounded, but Kenyon Martin rapidly scored 17 points for Boston, along with 16 from the other "K-Mart", the recently acquired 6'7" sharpshooter from Houston, a considerable spark by Roy Hibbert (14 points), 10 by Charlie Villanueva and 11 by "The Truth."

These less than spectacular tallies by Boston's roster may sound misleading, considering this was a one-sided contest, but it only emphasizes Portland's inability to compete.

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