The Portland Trail Blazers have put together some poor efforts on the road this season and their last game was no exception.
They didn't play much better at home against their next opponent.
The Blazers continue a seven-game road trip Saturday night, when they try to avoid a season series sweep at the hands of the lowly Washington Wizards.
Portland's road record has dropped to 5-14 after four consecutive losses away from home, including the first two games of a season-high seven-game trip.
The Blazers (19-21) fell 104-86 at Boston on Friday in a game that wasn't as close as the score would indicate. They trailed by as many as 43 points, allowed the Celtics to shoot 60.0 percent in the first half and had a season-high 28 turnovers, leading to 30 Boston points.
"That was an unprofessional approach," coach Nate McMillan said. "There was no basketball being played out there tonight. We can play harder than that. We can play better than that."
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