May 6, 2014; San Antonio, TX, USA; Portland Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright (1) and forward LaMarcus Aldridge (12) look at the score board against the San Antonio Spurs in game one of the second round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at AT&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

Trail Blazers, Spurs: Tweets from Game 1


Last night the Portland Trail Blazers got blown out by the San Antonio Spurs 116-92 at the AT&T Center. It was painful to watch. Not only did the Spurs play the kind of basketball you would expect from a championship team, the Trail Blazers played the kind of basketball you would expect from a D-League squad. Portland, usually thriving from beyond the arc, shot an uncharacteristic 25.0 percent from deep (4-16); a figure inflated by Will Barton‘s 3-3 in garbage time. On the other end, they struggled to lock down the perimeter, allowing the Spurs to shoot 43.8 percent (7-16) from deep. It was the effortless penetration of Tony Parker (33 points), however, that ultimately undid Portland’s efforts.

The following list of tweets from media members and bloggers has been kept short to prevent the welling of salty tears. For better or worse, they capture the feel of the game well – from frustration & desperation to acceptance & optimism:











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