Mathematical Writing (USA), 4 April (EFE). The defeat she had suffered the night before against the Milwaukee Bucks was immediately overtaken by the Portland Trail Blazers who returned to the field for the second night in a row, this time to face the doom. Oklahoma City Thunder, who beat him 133-85.
Point keeper Damian Lillard and goalkeeper Inverne Simmons added 16 points each with the Blazers, who sent their starts to the bench before Portland kicked off the fourth quarter by a partial 105-59 lead.
The Blazers team scored a maximum of 52 points. The final margin was the widest in the team’s history at the Moda Center Arena.
The win allowed the Trail Blazers to make their mark at 30-19, the third best in the Northwest Division and sixth in the Western Conference.
Striker Kenrich Williams scored 18 points as the top scorer for Team Thunder (20-29), which lost the second game in a row and the fifth of their last six games.
None of the players lining up for Oklahoma City had double numbers.
Oklahoma City played the sixth game in a row without Canadian franchise player Shay Gilgus Alexander, who suffers from a right foot injury.