Balanced Blazers even summer league mark
Portland tops Golden State 87-70
LAS VEGAS - The Trail Blazers evened their Las Vegas Summer League record at 1-1 with an 87-70 victory Friday night over the Golden State Warriors.
Six Blazers scored in double figures, and Portland shot 49.2 percent from the field to the Warriors' 39.3 percent. The Blazers led 25-18 after the first 12 minutes and won every quarter in the Warriors' summer opener.
Portland started Marque Perry and Martell Webster at guard, Travis Outlaw and Ed Pinkney at forward and LaMarcus Aldridge at center.
Outlaw scored 15 points to lead the Blazers. Aldridge and Pinkney had 14 points apiece. Webster and guard Brandon Roy scored 13 each, and forward Hector Romero added 10.
Romero led in rebounds with nine. Webster and Pinkney each grabbed seven, and Aldridge had six boards. Perry had a team-high seven assists. Aldridge blocked four shots.
Ha Seung-Jin did not play for Portland.
Outlaw made five of nine shots from the field and five of seven free throws. Aldridge went 4 of 8 from the floor and sank all six of his foul shots. Webster was 3 for 8 from the field, including 2 of 5 on 3-pointers. Roy canned five of his six field-goal attempts, all in 2-point range.
Outlaw and Aldridge each played 29 minutes, Webster 28, Perry 22, Pinkney 21 and Roy 19.
The Warriors had only one player score in double figures; forward Ryan Humphrey had 10 points.
The Blazers opened summer-league play on Thursday with an 88-82 loss to Houston. They will play three more games, facing Minnesota on Sunday, Washington on Monday and Phoenix on Wednesday.
In other games Friday: Former Jefferson High guard Ime Udoka scored six points for New York in its 95-71 victory over Cleveland. ... Salem's Josh Davis had 14 points and six rebounds for Denver in a 93-90 loss to Houston. ... Rookie guard Randy Foye poured in 30 points to lead Minnesota over Phoenix 91-83. The Suns got 21 points and eight rebounds from Amare Stoudemire.