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PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 28 (UPI) -- Late free throws by Glen Davis and Kevin Garnett halted a Portland comeback Thursday and lifted the Boston Celtics to an 88-78 win over the Trail Blazers.

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Boston won for the seventh time in eight games in the first contest of a four-game road trip.

The Celtics led by 15 points early in the fourth period but Portland hit three straight 3-pointers to get back in the game after previously having made just 1-of-11 from beyond the arc.

Portland also took advantage of Boston's struggles from the foul line to get within five before Davis and Garnett made two free throws each to increase lead to nine inside the final minute.

Ray Allen led Boston with 18 points, Paul Pierce had 17 and Rajon Rondo added 11. The Celtics will visit Phoenix, the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento on their western swing.

Portland, which has dropped two in a row, was led by LaMarcus Aldridge with 17 points. The Trail Blazers shot just 36 percent from the field.

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PORTLAND Ore. Jan. 28 (UPI) -- Late free throws by Glen Davis and Kevin Garnett halted a Portland comeback Thursday and lifted the Boston Celtics to an 88-78 win over the Trail Blazers.

SAVE MONEY ON TRAVEL DEALS

Boston won for the seventh time in eight games in the first contest of a four-game road trip.

The Celtics led by 15 points early in the fourth period but Portland hit three straight 3-pointers to get back in the game after previously having made just 1-of-11 from beyond the arc.

Portland also took advantage of Boston's struggles from the foul line to get within five before Davis and Garnett made two free throws each to increase lead to nine inside the final minute.

Ray Allen led Boston with 18 points Paul Pierce had 17 and Rajon Rondo added 11. The Celtics will visit Phoenix the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento on their western swing.

Portland which has dropped two in a row was led by LaMarcus Aldridge with 17 points. The Trail Blazers shot just 36 percent from the field.

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PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 28 (UPI) -- Late free throws by Glen Davis and Kevin Garnett halted a Portland comeback Thursday and lifted the Boston Celtics to an 88-78 win over the Trail Blazers.

SAVE MONEY ON TRAVEL DEALS

Boston won for the seventh time in eight games in the first contest of a four-game road trip.

The Celtics led by 15 points early in the fourth period but Portland hit three straight 3-pointers to get back in the game after previously having made just 1-of-11 from beyond the arc.

Portland also took advantage of Boston's struggles from the foul line to get within five before Davis and Garnett made two free throws each to increase lead to nine inside the final minute.

Ray Allen led Boston with 18 points, Paul Pierce had 17 and Rajon Rondo added 11. The Celtics will visit Phoenix, the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento on their western swing.

Portland, which has dropped two in a row, was led by LaMarcus Aldridge with 17 points. The Trail Blazers shot just 36 percent from the field.

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PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 28 (UPI) -- Late free throws by Glen Davis and Kevin Garnett halted a Portland comeback Thursday and lifted the Boston Celtics to an 88-78 win over the Trail Blazers.

SAVE MONEY ON TRAVEL DEALS

Boston won for the seventh time in eight games in the first contest of a four-game road trip.

The Celtics led by 15 points early in the fourth period but Portland hit three straight 3-pointers to get back in the game after previously having made just 1-of-11 from beyond the arc.

Portland also took advantage of Boston's struggles from the foul line to get within five before Davis and Garnett made two free throws each to increase lead to nine inside the final minute.

Ray Allen led Boston with 18 points, Paul Pierce had 17 and Rajon Rondo added 11. The Celtics will visit Phoenix, the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento on their western swing.

Portland, which has dropped two in a row, was led by LaMarcus Aldridge with 17 points. The Trail Blazers shot just 36 percent from the field.

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PORTLAND Ore. Jan. 28 (UPI) -- Late free throws by Glen Davis and Kevin Garnett halted a Portland comeback Thursday and lifted the Boston Celtics to an 88-78 win over the Trail Blazers.

SAVE MONEY ON TRAVEL DEALS

Boston won for the seventh time in eight games in the first contest of a four-game road trip.

The Celtics led by 15 points early in the fourth period but Portland hit three straight 3-pointers to get back in the game after previously having made just 1-of-11 from beyond the arc.

Portland also took advantage of Boston's struggles from the foul line to get within five before Davis and Garnett made two free throws each to increase lead to nine inside the final minute.

Ray Allen led Boston with 18 points Paul Pierce had 17 and Rajon Rondo added 11. The Celtics will visit Phoenix the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento on their western swing.

Portland which has dropped two in a row was led by LaMarcus Aldridge with 17 points. The Trail Blazers shot just 36 percent from the field.

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British unions discuss strategy

Schumer says GOP would privatize SoSec

Obama's Irish heritage celebrated

Kim named son reluctantly brother says

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Violent protests continue to grip Egypt

ANC appeals for calm over Mandela's health

Yemenis protest against government

Top Obama YouTube questions: Legalize pot

Police say 15-year-old Elizabeth Ennen strangled

Tunisia seeks arrest of ex-president

U.S. offers support in Tunisia elections

Libertarians call Obama GOP hypocrites

Unions: Trade deals can threaten jobs

Early polls give Obama speech thumbs up

Obama: Government spending unsustainable

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