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PORTLAND, Ore. wholesale jerseys . -- As time wound down in the Trail Blazers victory over the Oklahoma City, LaMarcus Aldridge was showered with shouts of "MVP! MVP!" from the Portland fans. Aldridge had a season-high 38 points and added 13 rebounds in the Blazers 111-104 win Wednesday night that snapped the Thunders eight-game winning streak. It was his ninth double-double and 15th game with at least 20 points this season. He made a career-high 17 field goals. "Just surreal. It was humbling to have that moment here," Aldridge said of the crowds reaction. "Ive been here so long and Ive had very few of those type of chants here. So that was fun. I thought that made the night complete for me." The victory gives the surprising Blazers a 16-3 record this season, best in the Western Conference and second only to Indiana overall. Portland has won 14 of its last 15 games, a stretch that includes an 11-game winning streak. Nicolas Batums 3-pointer with 29.9 seconds to go all but sealed it for Portland, which had lost seven straight against Oklahoma City. The Thunder led by as many as 12 points in the first half, but Aldridge led a third-quarter rally and Portland built a 91-84 lead on consecutive 3-pointers from Dorell Wright and Damian Lillard with 7:58 left. Russell Westbrooks 3-pointer pulled the Thunder within 95-94 before Reggie Jacksons two free throws gave them a short-lived lead with 5:34 to go. Aldridge hit a layup and a jumper to make it 105-100 for the Blazers. Durant and Westbrook narrowed it again with consecutive baskets, but Batums 3-pointer made it 108-104 before Durant missed a 3 on the other end. The Blazers made free throws for the final margin. Durant finished with 33 for the Thunder, who were playing the second game of a back-to-back after defeating Sacramento 97-95 Tuesday night. Westbrook had 21 points. "He was shooting turnarounds from almost the 3-point line over the top of our bigs and knocking them down," Durant said of Aldridge. "Thats what great players do, they come through in the clutch and make shots." Batum and Lillard added 14 points apiece for the Blazers, who were coming off a 106-102 victory over Indiana on Monday. Portland is 8-1 at home. Aldridge scored 16 of his points in the third quarter, when the Blazers outscored the Thunder 35-21. "I dont know if I have the words, to be honest," Blazers coach Terry Stotts said of Aldridges night. "Offensively, obviously he can score. But I liked his toughness, I liked his leadership, I liked his competitive fire. As much as he played very well, it was a lot of the intangibles that I really appreciated from him tonight." Wrights bank jumper evened the game at 27 to start the second quarter. It was close throughout the half, with Portlands Batum on Durant much of the time. Durant took off on a fast break for a dunk and added a free throw to give the Thunder a 55-47 lead, their biggest of the game to that point. Westbrook attempted a 3-pointer and the refs called a foul on Portlands Wesley Matthews, prompting an angry reaction from Stotts, who was given a technical, and the Thunder finished the half on a 9-0 for a 59-48 advantage. Durant led all scorers in the half with 17 points. "They hit a lot of tough 2s on us, shots we can live with," Durant said. "But they made enough to beat us." One bright spot for the Blazers was centre Robin Lopez, who had 12 points and five rebounds in the first half. Acquired by the Blazers from New Orleans in a three-team off-season trade, Lopez finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Batums 3 got the Blazers within 67-64 before Matthews layup got them within one midway through the third quarter. Batums pull-up jumper gave Portland a 70-69 lead, and Aldridge added a long jumper. The Blazers clung to the lead until Durants jumper tied it at 78, but Aldridge answered with a turnaround jumper to cap a 10-point streak for the two-time All-Star. "Ive been saying it from the start -- hes the best power forward in the game," Matthews said NOTES: Oklahoma City is 9-0 at home but 4-4 on the road. ... Portland has lost only one game at home this season. ... Oregon State receiver Brandin Cooks and running back Storm Woods were at the game. The Beavers (6-6) are waiting to see if theyre headed to a bowl in the post-season. ... Oregon Ducks receiver Josh Huff was also at the game. ... Coming off a six-game home stand, Oklahoma City is playing three games in four nights before heading home to face Indiana on Sunday. ... Lopez has seven double-doubles this season. cheap jerseys . 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Justin Paulic stopped 30 shots in defeat. --- Chiefs 3 Rebels 2 RED DEER, Alta. -- Spokane scored three times in the third period to come from behind and beat the Rebels. Mike Aviani, Mitch Holmberg and Jackson Playfair scored for the Chiefs (7-2-0) while Aviani tacked on an assist for a two-point night. Haydn Fleury and Wyatt Johnson scored for Red Deer (6-5-0). Garret Hughson made 20 saves for the win as Patrik Bartosak turned away 34 shots in a losing cause. --- Tigers 3 Ice 0 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. --Marek Langhamer stopped 21 shots as the Tigers shut out Kootenay. Miles Koules opened the scoring for Medicine Hat (7-1-1) while Chad Labelle and Cole Sanford had the others. Mackenzie Skapski stopped 18-of-21 shots for the Ice (4-4-1). --- Broncos 5 Giants 2 SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. -- Julius Honka scored once and added two assists as the Broncos defeaated Vancouver. wholesale jerseys china. Bobby Zinkan, Colby Cave, Glenn Gawdin and Zach MacKay also scored for Swift Current (6-3-1). Andreas Eder and Joel Hamilton supplied the scoring for the Giants (1-7-2) while Dalton Thrower assisted on both goals. Eetu Laurikainen made 35 saves for the win. Jared Rathjen turned away 28-of-33 shots in a losing cause. --- Winterhawks 7 Blazers 4 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Derek Pouliot scored twice and set up one more and Nicolas Petan had three assists as the Winterhawks beat Kamloops. Oliver Bjorkstrand and Alex Schoenborn had a goal and two assists each for Portland (4-3-1) while Chase De Leo, Adam Rossignol and Brendan Leipsic scored the others. Chase Souto led the Blazers (2-7-0) offensively with two goals. Aspen Sterzer and Cole Ully also scored. Brendan Burke made 22 saves for the win. Taran Kozun picked up the loss after allowing five goals on 29 shots. Bolton Pouliot replaced Kozun and stopped 12-of-13 shots in 31 minutes of relief. --- Cougars 4 Silvertips 3 PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. -- Brad Morrison scored 1:15 into overtime to lift the Cougars over Everett. Chase Witala had two goals for Prince George (5-4-1) and Brad Morrison scored once. Jujhar Khaira, Kohl Bauml and Carson Stadnyk scored for the Silvertips (6-1-2). Ty Edmonds earned the victory by making 26 saves as Daniel Cotton turned away 38 shots in defeat. --- Thunderbirds 4 Americans 2 KENT, Wash. -- Roberts Lipsbergs scored twice as Seattle doubled up Tri-City. Adam Henry and Shea Theodore also scored for the Thunderbirds (8-2-0) while Justin Hickman tacked on two assists. Beau McCue and Connor Rankin did the scoring for the Americans (4-6-0). Danny Mumaugh made 27 saves for the win. Eric Comrie stopped 40 shots in a losing cause. --- Royals 4 Hurricanes 3 VICTORIA, -- Joe Hicketts and Logan Nelson scored in the final six minutes of the third period as the Royals came back to beat Lethbridge. Ben Walker and Keegan Kanzig also scored for Victoria (6-5-0) as Brett Cote recorded two assists. Ryan Pilon, Tyler Wong and Sam Mckechnie supplied the scoring for the Hurricanes (1-7-1). Patrik Polivka made 25 saves for the win while Corbin Boes made 45 saves in defeat. ' ' '

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