Saturday, March 8, 2014
Headlines and highlights from the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
Struggling Boston surprises Brooklyn and halts the Nets’ four-game winning streak.
Boston fails to pull closer than 20 points in the second half.
The attention is priceless although the money is not.
The NBA’s best team beats one of the East’s least.
Jerryd Bayless scores 29 points in a victory against Atlanta.
Utah wins 110-98 as Boston ends its trip 0-4.
Boston gets off to a slow start and can’t catch up.
In his first game for Los Angeles, MarShon Brooks scores 10 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter.
Rajon Rondo leads Boston with 18 points.
Tim Duncan scores 23 points in the second half of a 104-92 victory.
Jeff Green leads Boston over Milwaukee with 29 points.
A ‘fun’ season continues, but they face powerhouse Scarborough for the Western regional title on Wednesday.
Boston shoots just 27 percent in the first half before falling behind by 24 points in the second
Without Rajon Rondo, Jared Sullinger carries the team with 31 points and 16 rebounds.
Boston grabs a rare road win, beating Philadelphia 114-108.
Rajon Rando looks like his old self as Boston beats Orlando.
Vitor Faverani and Vander Blue will play this weekend at the Portland Expo.
South Portland native Brett Brown, coach of the 76ers, gets a win when Evan Turner makes a basket as time expires.
Revenge is sweet for Carmelo Anthony and Co.
The former Celtic scores just six points, but his last two certainly counted.
Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce are feted at Garden.
Undermanned Oklahoma City still beats Boston.
Gerald Wallace made a driving layup with 2.5 seconds remaining in overtime to help Boston break a 10-game road losing streak.
Boston makes up an 11-point deficit before LeBron James takes over late.
Boston makes up an 11-point deficit before LeBron James takes over down the stretch.
In his first game since the 2013 knee injury, the point guard misses a possible tie-maker at the buzzer.
Jared Sullinger has 20 rebounds as Boston ends a 9-game losing streak.
The point guard, who is recovering from a knee injury, gets a workout with the Portland D-League team and plans to play for Boston Friday.
Avery Bradley scores 24 in a 104-92 loss to Houston, but Boston is in its longest slide since 2007.
The game featured a pair of goalies who will be teammates for Finland at the Olympics next month.
The Portland Trail Blazers rally from a 10-point second-quarter deficit for the win.