Saturday, April 3: Trail Blazers 133, Thunder 85
The skinny: The Trail Blazers had one of their more balanced games of the season Saturday, as eight players scored in double figures and Portland routed Oklahoma City, 133-85, at Moda Center.
CJ McCollum led the way for Portland (30-19) with 20 points. Damian Lillard and Anfernee Simons had 16 points, and Norman Powell, Nassir Little, Enes Kanter, Harry Giles and Carmelo Anthony also scored in double figures. Kanter had 17 rebounds.
Jusuf Nurkic had nine points, a point away from Portland having nine players in double figures.
The Blazers made 20 of 46 3-pointers (.435).
Kenrich Williams had 18 points for the Thunder (20-29), who actually won on Portland's home floor, 125-122, on Jan. 25.
The Thunder had 22 turnovers and shot .353 from the field (8 of 34 3-pointers, .235).
The win came a night after Milwaukee and Giannis Antetokounmpo dominated Portland.
Next up: A couple big road tests await — Portland plays 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Los Angeles Clippers and 7 p.m. Thursday at Utah.
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