Brandon Roy scores 18 points in Blazers' 4th quarter comeback vs. Mavericks Game 4 (4.23.11)





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Published on Apr 24, 2011

Brandon Roy scored 18 of his game-high 24 points in the fourth quarter -- including a 10-foot bank shot with 39.2 seconds left for the game's final points -- to lift the Trail Blazers to an improbable 84-82 first-round playoff victory over the Dallas Mavericks Saturday at the Rose Garden. The win squares the best-of-seven series at two games apiece, with Game 5 Monday night in Dallas' American Airlines Center. Portland trailed 64-41 late in third quarter after missing its first 15 shots of the third quarter. The Blazers trailed 67-49 entering the final period. It was the biggest fourth-quarter comeback in franchise playoff history.

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Imagine a Lillard-Roy-Batum-Aldridge-Oden lineup. Damn!
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ROY was on his way to being THE next great SG. He had the total package. KOBE and ARTEST even said that Roy was the best they ever played against. PORTLAND will always cherish those memories. THANK YOU BRANDON. LILLARD will avenge you.
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Jesus Parra
Every time I watch this I get sad, he was such a great talent. Any nba fan knows he was in the top 3 sg with Kobe and Wade at the the time.
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D'angelo Hustle
Honestly this Blazers team was the closest anyone got to beating Dallas that year even gave them more hell than Miami did these Blazers were probably 2nd best team in the league 
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Damon D
Damn i forgot that Dallas won it all this year. 
2 Tickets to Game 4 $120 2 beers and 1 large popcorn $26 1 "Man dis some bullshit" face @ 4:52....Priceless
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Colby Beebe
King of the 4th Quarter anyone?
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The last shining moment of his career
B-Roy was so amazing. I just wish we didn't lose that series.
Di Li
One of the better and most emotive playoff performances I've ever seen. I remember people kept saying he was done and that he should retire and then he resurrected and did this with basically no knees. God bless the legend AKA Mr clutch AKA The Natural I hope the blazers retire his jersey some day but I doubt it will happen
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