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( - The Portland Trail Blazers will play the second game of a back-to-back Monday night against the winless Philadelphia 76ers and have a good chance at pushing their winning streak to eight games. The Blazers made it seven wins in a row with Sundays 94-88 victory against the Boston Celtics in the opener of a three-game road trip, as LaMarcus Aldridge muscled his way to 20 points and 14 rebounds (11 offensive). Chris Kaman posted 16 points and eight rebounds off the bench, while star point guard Damian Lillard posted 12 points, nine rebounds and five assists for the Trail Blazers. Steve Blake chipped in 11 points. They both have had some very good games for us, Portland head coach Terry Stotts said of Kaman and Blake. I think its typical of what theyve given us. Steve is very consistent defensively ... Chris is very consistent, hes been consistent all season as far as scoring and rebounding off the bench. Portland is 8-1 when scoring 100-plus points and 5-0 against Eastern Conference opponents. It is scoring 103.6 points and allowing 94.6 ppg. The Blazers are 2-2 away from the Rose City and will close the east-coast journey Wednesday in Charlotte. Philadelphia is last in scoring with 88.8 ppg and is allowing 105.2. It is averaging 84.1 ppg in the last seven after scoring a season-high 115 points versus Chicago on Nov. 7. The 76ers are coming off Saturdays 91-83 loss to the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden and fell to 0-13 on the season. It is the worst start for the Sixers since they opened the 1972-73 campaign 0-15. Nerlens Noel had 17 points and 12 rebounds, Robert Covington scored a season- best 14 points off the bench and reserve Hollis Thompson rounded out the double-digit scorers with 10 points. Philly had 18 turnovers, shot 40 percent from the floor and struggled beyond the arc, making 8-of-26 3-pointers. Reigning NBA Rookie of the Year Michael Carter-Williams posted nine points, four boards and just one assist, and leading scorer Tony Wroten (17.7 ppg) ended with five points. The Sixers are five losses away from matching the NBA record for the worst start to a season, which was set by the Nets in 2009-10. Its a learning process, but were getting better, Noel said. Philadelphia is 0-6 at home and went 10-31 at Wells Fargo Center a season ago. It will also welcome Brooklyn, Dallas and San Antonio to town. The Blazers and Sixers split two matchups in 2013-14 with each team prevailing on the road. Portland blew out the 76ers, 139-105, in south Philly last Dec. 14 and was led by Aldridges 20 points and 16 rebounds. The Blazers had eight players score in double figures. These two teams have split the last 16 meetings. Tyreek Hill Womens Jersey . Under the deal, the Vikings will donate an undisclosed sum of money to five gay rights-related charities over the next five years. 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Marcus Allen Womens Jersey .Y. -- Nothing seems to phase No.NASHVILLE -- The Anaheim Ducks got off to a slow start falling behind 2-0 in the first period. Ryan Getzlaf certainly got them started in the second. Getzlaf scored the first two goals in the second, and Teemu Selanne scored the go-ahead goal late in the period as the Anaheim Ducks beat the Nashville Predators 4-3 Thursday night. Selannes fifth goal this season came on the power play at 18:52 of the second, capping a four-goal period for the Ducks. Getzlaf also had an assist on Corey Perrys goal. Matt Beleskey had two assists. "It seems like when were down and were not playing well, he takes it upon himself to do what he does until the other guys catch up," Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau said of Getzlaf. "And Corey does it too. Both of those guys are pretty magical as far as being tough to play against. The Ducks started a two-game road trip winning their fifth straight and 15th in 16 games. Getzlaf, who now has a team-high 52 points, said they have to figure out how to play better in the first 10 minutes of games. "I thought our guys did a great job in that second half of that first period turning the momentum a little bit and obviously, we came out on fire in the second," Getzlaf said. "I knew we needed to get at least one for our group. Thats what we try to do every night, and tonight we got a couple." Paul Gaustad, Craig Smith and Rich Clune scored a goal each for Nashville, and Matt Cullen had two assists. But the Predators lost for only the second time in regulation when scoring first, and it was their first loss when scoring at least three goals. "At the end of the day, you look at the score sheet and its Getzlaf, Getzlaf, Perry, Selanne," Nashville coach Barry Trotz said. "I thought we played a pretty solid game but just mismanaged three or four shifts in the Getzlaf-Perry line." Anaheim started a two-game road trip a bit sluggish as the Predators opened by quickly scoring twice. Gaustad scored 200th NHL point with his seventh goal this seasson at 1:52 on a wrister, and Smith got his 13th at 2:22 off a 2-on-1 with a nice pass from Kevin Klein.dddddddddddd The Ducks came out ready to play in the second when they outshot Nashville 17-8. Perry tied it up with his own quick goals early in the second period. He got his first 55 seconds into the second on a wrister and beat Nashville goalie Marek Mazanecs glove again at 4:36 with another wrist shot. Clune put Nashville ahead 3-2 when he swatted the puck out of the air past Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen at 5:31 off a pass from Smith. But Perry answered almost immediately beating Mazanec glove-side with a wrister at 6:27. Gabriel Bourque went to the box for holding Ducks defenceman Ben Lovejoy at 17:07, and Selanne scored on a snap shot at 18:52 off an assist from Patrick Maroon giving the Ducks their first lead of the game. "When you dont get as many chances as you are used to in your career, when those chances come you have to take advantage of them," Selanne said. The Predators had the man advantage twice in the third and couldnt beat Andersen. Mazanec at least kept them close when he stopped Ducks centre Daniel Winnik on a breakaway with a pad save in the first seconds of the second power play. Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau took his timeout with Nashville outshooting Anaheim 9-5 at the time and 12-4 for the period. Gaustad hit the side of the net on a chance with 5:19 left, and Andersen held off a flurry of shots in the final 95 seconds after Nashville pulled Mazanec. NOTES: Anaheim improved to 23-1-2 when leading after the second period. ... The Predators are 16-2-4 when scoring first and 17-1-4 when scoring at least three goals. ... Perry has goals in three straight games. ... Ducks F Dustin Penner missed his second straight game with an upper body injury. ... Anaheim now has won seven of its last eight road games. ... The Predators brought back F Filip Forsberg to the active roster Thursday after he was named MVP at the IIHF World Junior Championships with Sweden. ' ' '

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