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FINAL1234T
Detroit30271826101
Portland24282535112

Detroit Leaders:
Points: Rodney Stuckey - 32
Rebounds: Greg Monroe - 9
Assists: Greg Monroe - 6

Portland Leaders:
Points: LaMarcus Aldridge - 31
Rebounds: J.J. Hickson - 15
Assists: Damian Lillard - 7


Detroit

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
Rodney StuckeyG4012-232-66-7-120330001232
Will Bynum2810-140-13-3-100224102023
Greg MonroeC365-90-04-8-62796001514
Jose CalderonG245-83-50-0-10445201313
Jason MaxiellF384-60-02-4-62353213510
Kyle SinglerF402-100-20-0-4000000014
Jonas Jerebko162-40-20-0-7145101224
Charlie Villanueva60-00-01-2-3112001311
Khris Middleton120-20-10-0-6123020030
Total40-765-1716-24 7263319731322101
 52.6%29.4%66.7% 
Inactive:Kim English, Viacheslav Kravtsov, Corey Maggette, Andre Drummond, Brandon Knight

Portland

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
LaMarcus AldridgeF3813-210-05-51139123102231
J.J. HicksonC337-140-04-56510152202218
Nicolas BatumF387-143-70-062356031317
Wesley MatthewsG384-102-57-7160332100217
Damian LillardG383-121-57-780227002314
Joel Freeland104-60-00-00134100018
Eric Maynor201-31-20-03011210223
Meyers Leonard151-30-00-05011101032
Will Barton101-30-00-00112110022
Total41-867-1923-24 1233452564920112
 47.7%36.8%95.8% 
Inactive:Luke Babbitt, Jared Jeffries, Nolan Smith, Sasha Pavlovic, Elliot Williams, Victor Claver

Game Info

Attendance: 20161
Referees: Bill Kennedy, Violet Palmer, Scott Wall
Ejections: Detroit: 0 Portland: 0

Stats Legend:

POS - position
MIN - minutes played
FG-A - field goals made - field goals attempted
FG-A - 3 point field goals made - 3 point field goals attempted
FT-A - free throws made - free throws attempted
+/- - plus/minus
ORB - offensive rebounds
DRB - defensive rebounds
REB - total rebounds
AST - assists
STL - steals
BLK - blocks
TO - turn overs
PF - personal fouls
PTS - points

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