Originally posted on NorthWest Sports Beat  |  Last updated 11/10/13
Road Tripping The Portland Trail Blazers may have had an easy test going against the Sacramento Kings, but to win two games in a row, one at home and one on the road, against the same team in two days is an impressive feat by any means. Once again establishing a dominating presence in the first half of the game, the Blazers held back the Kings and easily came by a 96-85 win on the road.  Though Sacramento did manage to put up 31 points in the fourth quarter, don’t let that number fool you: they didn’t have any shot of winning that game. In fact, it was once again the DeMarcus Cousins show for the Kings, and the effort of one player will never be enough to down a good program like the Blazers. Here’s what there was to love and hate from this game. Love ‘Em No Let Down In these games its sometimes easy for a team to feel overconfident, especially when you just handily beat the same team just the night before. And while Sacramento may be a terrible team with once standout player, their...
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