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NBA FINAL IN OT 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH OT TOTAL --- --- --- --- --- ----- SACRAMENTO 27 26 25 22 10 110 PORTLAND 28 26 26 20 16 116 FINAL IN 1ST OT

HIGH SCORERS: SAC - CHRIS WEBBER 34, MIKE BIBBY 27, PREDRAG STOJAKOVIC 21 POR - BONZI WELLS 34, RASHEED WALLACE 33, DALE DAVIS 17

HIGH REBOUND: SAC - VLADE DIVAC 9, CHRIS WEBBER 8 POR - RASHEED WALLACE 15, TWO PLAYERS WITH 12

HIGH ASSISTS: SAC - CHRIS WEBBER 8, DOUG CHRISTIE 8 POR - DAMON STOUDAMIRE 8, SCOTTIE PIPPEN 5

ATT: 19,980


Extended Box

SACRAMENTO (110) AT PORTLAND (116) - FINAL IN OT

SACRAMENTO REBOUNDS PLAYER POS MIN FGM-FGA FTM-FTA OFF-DEF-TOT AST PF ST TO PTS ====== === === ======= ======= =========== === == == == ===

STOJAKOVIC F 44 7-18 5-6 0 2 2 1 1 0 3 21 WEBBER F 51 16-24 1-2 0 8 8 8 5 0 7 34 DIVAC C 36 3-5 1-1 1 8 9 5 4 2 1 7 CHRISTIE G 43 3-9 0-0 1 4 5 8 3 2 2 9 BIBBY G 41 11-18 4-4 0 4 4 6 3 0 1 27 POLLARD 18 0-2 0-0 1 3 4 0 3 1 0 0 TURKOGLU 20 2-4 4-4 0 3 3 4 3 0 1 8 JACKSON 12 2-7 0-0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 4 CLEAVES DNP - BILATERAL PLANTAR FASCIAITIS FUNDERBURKE DNP - COACH'S DECISION PRICE DNP - STRAINED RIGHT KNEE WALLACE DNP - COACH'S DECISION

TOTALS 265 44-87 15-17 3 34 37 32 22 6 15 110 (.506) (.882) TEAM REBS: 3 TOTAL TO: 15(18 PTS)

PORTLAND REBOUNDS PLAYER POS MIN FGM-FGA FTM-FTA OFF-DEF-TOT AST PF ST TO PTS ====== === === ======= ======= =========== === == == == ===

PIPPEN F 46 2-11 1-2 2 3 5 5 3 0 2 5 WALLACE F 48 11-21 5-6 3 12 15 1 2 2 1 33 DAVIS C 40 6-11 5-7 6 6 12 3 4 0 0 17 WELLS G 43 15-25 3-4 4 8 12 4 2 2 1 34 STOUDAMIRE G 46 6-15 4-4 0 4 4 8 0 0 2 16 ANDERSON 19 1-5 0-0 0 1 1 3 0 0 3 3 PATTERSON 6 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 KEMP 14 3-5 0-0 0 3 3 0 5 1 0 6 DUDLEY 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BRUNSON DNP - COACH'S DECISION KERR DNP - COACH'S DECISION RANDOLPH DNP - COACH'S DECISION

TOTALS 265 45-94 18-23 15 37 52 24 16 5 11 116 (.479) (.783) TEAM REBS: 7 TOTAL TO: 14(11 PTS)

SACRAMENTO 27 26 25 22 10 - 110 PORTLAND 28 26 26 20 16 - 116

BLOCKED SHOTS: SACRAMENTO - WEBBER 2, TURKOGLU, DIVAC. PORTLAND - PIPPEN, WALLACE. 3-PT. FIELD GOALS: SACRAMENTO 7-17 (.412), STOJAKOVIC 2-6, WEBBER 1-1, CHRISTIE 3-7, BIBBY 1-2, JACKSON 0-1. PORTLAND 8-16 (.500), PIPPEN 0-2, WALLACE 6-9, WELLS 1-1, STOUDAMIRE 0-1, ANDERSON 1-3. TECHNICALS: PORTLAND - PIPPEN. OFFICIALS: JESS KERSEY, BILL SPOONER, DEREK RICHARDSON. A - 19,980. T - 2:38.


Box Score

SACRAMENTO (110) fg ft rb min m-a m-a o-t a pf tp Stojakovic 44 7-18 5-6 0-2 1 1 21 Webber 51 16-24 1-2 0-8 8 5 34 Divac 36 3-5 1-1 1-9 5 4 7 Christie 43 3-9 0-0 1-5 8 3 9 Bibby 41 11-18 4-4 0-4 6 3 27 Pollard 18 0-2 0-0 1-4 0 3 0 Turkoglu 20 2-4 4-4 0-3 4 3 8 Jackson 12 2-7 0-0 0-2 0 0 4 Cleaves DNP - bilateral plantar fasciaitis Funderburke DNP - coach's decision Price DNP - strained right knee Wallace DNP - coach's decision _______________________________________________ TOTALS 265 44-87 15-17 3-37 32 22 110 _______________________________________________

Percentages: FG-.506, FT-.882. 3-Point Goals: 7-17, .412 (Stojakovic 2-6, Webber 1-1, Christie 3-7, Bibby 1-2, Jackson 0-1). Team rebounds: 3. Blocked shots: 4 (Webber 2, Turkoglu, Divac). Turnovers: 15 (Webber 7, Stojakovic 3, Christie 2, Bibby, Divac, Turkoglu). Steals: 6 (Christie 2, Divac 2, Jackson, Pollard).

PORTLAND (116) fg ft rb min m-a m-a o-t a pf tp Pippen 46 2-11 1-2 2-5 5 3 5 Wallace 48 11-21 5-6 3-15 1 2 33 Davis 40 6-11 5-7 6-12 3 4 17 Wells 43 15-25 3-4 4-12 4 2 34 Stoudamire 46 6-15 4-4 0-4 8 0 16 Anderson 19 1-5 0-0 0-1 3 0 3 Patterson 6 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 Kemp 14 3-5 0-0 0-3 0 5 6 Dudley 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Brunson DNP - coach's decision Kerr DNP - coach's decision Randolph DNP - coach's decision _______________________________________________ TOTALS 265 45-94 18-23 15-52 24 16 116 _______________________________________________

Percentages: FG-.479, FT-.783. 3-Point Goals: 8-16, .500 (Pippen 0-2, Wallace 6-9, Wells 1-1, Stoudamire 0-1, Anderson 1-3). Team rebounds: 7. Blocked shots: 2 (Pippen, Wallace). Turnovers: 14 (Anderson 3, Patterson 2, Pippen 2, Stoudamire 2, Wallace, Wells). Steals: 5 (Wallace 2, Wells 2, Kemp). _________________________________________________ Sacramento 27 26 25 22 10 - 110 Portland 28 26 26 20 16 - 116 _________________________________________________ Technical fouls: Portland 1 (Pippen, 2:10 1st). Flagrant fouls: None. A: 19,980. T: 2:38. Officials: Jess Kersey, Bill Spooner, Derek Richardson.


Game Story

PORTLAND, Oregon (Ticker) -- When his Portland Trail Blazer teammates went cold, Bonzi Wells heated up.

Wells scored eight of his career-high 34 points in overtime as the Trail Blazers posted a 116-110 triumph over the Sacramento Kings, who had their season-high 12-game winning streak snapped.

The Trail Blazers forgot to look for Wells when they went without a field goal over the final four minutes of the fourth quarter, but the third-year guard took over in the extra session.

A basket by Wells ignited a 10-0 run that turned a three-point deficit into a 112-105 lead with 31.5 seconds left after Rasheed Wallace hit one of two free throws.

Damon Stoudamire converted four free throws in the final 22.5 seconds left to seal the victory for the Trail Blazers, who shot 5-for-5 from the field and grabbed all four available rebounds in overtime.

"Bonzi got it going in overtime," Portland coach Maurice Cheeks said. "When the game was winding down (in regulation) we went away from him, but he still had it going. He came to me before the overtime and said, `Come back to me.' So we did, and it paid off."

Wells also pulled down 12 rebounds and nailed a career-high 15 field goals in 25 attempts. His previous high point total was 31 against the Golden State Warriors on October 31, 2001.

"It was luck on my side as far as the shooting was concerned," he said. "I know we didn't lock them up like we wanted to but we got the win. (Overtime) was tough. When they (his teammates) hit those first shots it felt good. I told (Cheeks), `It's like an ocean out there. Let me go swimming.' I just got on a roll and it felt good."

"He has that great first step and when he gets that drive to the basket going and then has his jump shot falling, he's unstoppable," Cheeks said.

Dale Davis made the second of two free throws to give Portland a 100-94 lead with 2:11 left in the fourth quarter, but the Kings rallied with a dunk and layup by Chris Webber and Mike Bibby hit the game-tying 22-foot jumper over Scottie Pippen with less than 19 seconds to go.

Wallace tried a jumper with three seconds left, but Bobby Jackson grabbed the long rebound and Sacramento called a timeout. However, Webber's jump shot two feet inside the 3-point arc hit the right side of the rim and did not fall.

"When we were up six with about a minute or so to go and they got in their little run and sent it into overtime, it was a like experiencing deja-vu a little bit from the Miami game," said Wells, whose team blew an eight-point fourth-quarter lead in an overtime loss to the Heat five nights ago. "We didn't want to let it happen twice. We had a nasty taste in our mouth after we lost that game and we didn't want that feeling again. We just really buckled up down in overtime and locked them up."

Wallace, who hit a career-high six 3-pointers, finished with 33 points and a season-high 15 rebounds. Davis contributed 17 and 12 for Portland, which has won eight of its last 10 games. The Blazers (21-20) moved above .500 for the first time since December 21.

Webber had 34 points, eight rebounds and eight assists, but the Kings endured their first loss since a 101-85 defeat to the Los Angeles Clippers on December 22.

"(The streak ending) definitely hurts," Webber said. "It was one of their goals to end our streak. I give them credit. They are a veteran team and they played their best ball tonight. I was really proud the way we fought back at the end."

"We knew how fired up these guys were and how they wanted to make a statement and beat us," Kings coach Rick Adelman said of the team he used to play for and coach. "They made a lot of shots, a lot of long shots. It just didn't happen for us."

Wells confirmed that ending Sacramento's run was on Portland's agenda.

"You always like to knock some's winning streak off of them," he said. "It was just big for us tonight. I know everybody's confidence is good right now."

Sacramento, which had won both previous meetings with the Trail Blazers this season and three in a row in the series, has just three wins in Portland since 1985.

The Kings might have the best record in the league at 31-10 but are just 8-9 on the road and 9-5 vs. fellow Pacific Division foes.

"At home we've got the crowd going," Adelman said. "Everything's going good. It's easy. but on the road you've got to get a sense of when to pull it back and be sure you get good shots. Don't get caught up in what the opposing crowd is doing. I thought tonight we really talked about that. We haven't been on the road against very many good teams lately. (Portland) has been playing well. It was a good test for us. Unfortunately we came up short in some areas."

Portland used an 18-8 run to establish a 24-14 lead with 4:12 left in the first quarter. Wallace and Wells led the way with nine points apiece.

But Sacramento closed the period with a 13-4 run as the Blazers finished with just a 28-27 lead by the end of the first.

Wallace added 11 more points in the second quarter as Portland again built a sizable advantage -- nine points on two occasions -- but watched as the Kings rallied to end the period. They went on a 14-0 spurt to take a 51-48 lead with 1:03 left as Webber hit a 21-foot jumper.

However, the Blazers managed to head into halftime with a two-point edge after Wallace closed the quarter with consecutive 3-pointers.

Davis dominated the third quarter with 12 points as Portland led most of the way.

Damon Stoudamire had 16 points and eight assists for the Blazers, shot shot 48 percent (45-of-94) and owned a 52-37 edge in rebounding.

"Rebounding has been a big part of this stretch of good play," Cheeks said. "Tonight you can look at the box score. We had three players with double-figure rebounds and we had 15 offensive rebounds to their three. That's taking care of the ball."

Bibby scored a season-best 27 points and Peja Stojakovic added 21 as the Kings shot 51 percent (44-off-87) but yielded 18 points on 15 turnovers.

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