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PORTLAND, Ore. -- A healthy LaMarcus Aldridge makes a world of difference for the Portland Trail Blazers. Aldridge scored 28 points in his third game back from injury and the Trail Blazers extended their winning streak to three games with a 105-98 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday night. "Whether hes scoring or not, just getting him touches has a big effect on the game, has a big effect on how the defence reads our offence," Blazers centre Robin Lopez said of Aldridge. Reserve Mo Williams added 17 points and Wesley Mathews had 15 for the Blazers, who avoided a three-game sweep in the season series. "LA coming back has brought us back to what we do and how we do it," Williams said. "With LA, we know what we need to do and where we need to go, where we get our shots, and when to be aggressive." Portland opened a two-game lead over Golden State for the fifth place in the Western Conference playoff race and pulled within 2 1/2 games of No. 4 Houston with seven games remaining. Zach Randolph scored 21 points and Marc Gasol had 20 for the Grizzlies, who lost back-to-back games for the first time since Feb. 3-5 and dropped a half-game behind idle Dallas for the Wests eighth and final playoff berth. The Blazers shot 52.0 per cent (39 of 75) and had five players score in double figures. Aldridge, who missed seven games with a back contusion, was the catalyst on offence, making 10 of 20 shots from the field and going 8 for 8 at the free-throw line. The Grizzlies were determined to play Aldridge straight up defensively and not double, as they had in their two wins over Portland. Memphis looked mostly to Randolph, their 6-foot-9, 260-pound power forward, to go toe-to-toe with the Blazers All-Star. "LaMarcus is their horse," Randolph said. "Hes what makes them go, so anytime youve got your best player out there, it makes a difference." Portland dominated the second quarter, making 10 of 16 shots (62.5 per cent) and getting eight points from both Aldridge and Williams to extend a two-point lead at the end of the first quarter to a 57-45 halftime advantage. "We knew exactly what they were going to run," Grizzlies guard Tony Allen said. "It was a great game plan defensively, and they executed." Mathews and Aldridge combined for 13 points during a first quarter that had eight lead changes and six ties before Will Barton followed his own miss to score and give the Blazers a 25-23 lead. The Grizzlies, making their third stop on a five-game swing, made 3 of 14 shots in the first six minutes of the second quarter and were outscored 16-6 as the Blazers extended the lead to 41-29 on two free throws by Aldridge with 5:59 left in the half. "We matched Memphis physicality," Blazers coach Terry Stotts said. "Our shooting lineup gave us some separation in the first half. We got a lot of good effort off the bench, too." Mike Conleys 3-pointer pulled the Grizzlies within 43-34, but the Blazers reeled off six quick points to open their largest lead of the second quarter, going up 49-34 when Damian Lillard set up Thomas Robinson for a transition layup with 3:58 to play in the half. Lillard, held scoreless on 0-for-3 shooting in the first half, hit his first four shots of the second half, including a 3-pointer that pushed Portlands lead to 78-60. Trailing 91-70 early in the fourth, the Grizzlies mounted one final push and cut the Blazers lead to 103-96 on James Johnsons 3-pointer from the left corner with 1:12 to play. Gasols basket pulled Memphis within 103-98 before Lillard made two free throws with 6 seconds left to close out the scoring. "Portland came out more aggressive and played with more energy," Grizzlies coach David Joerger said. "They have a ton of playmakers and they made us chase them all around the floor." NOTES: The Grizzlies are 16-1 record in road games in which they hold teams to fewer than 90 points and are now 4-15 record when allowing more than 90 points. . Portlands 105 points were the most against Memphis during all of March. The Grizzlies entered Sundays game leading the West in points allowed at 94.0 points per game. . Lopez became the fourth Blazer to record 300 offensive rebounds in a season, joining Kermit Washington, Buck Williams and Chris Dudley. . After making all five of his free throws, Matthews has made 36 consecutive foul shots dating to March 14 at New Orleans. Tramaine Brock Jersey . Sources tell TSN that union executives travelled to select CFL cities Monday to open dialogue with players and answer questions. After the tentative deal was reached Saturday night, several players posted messages of frustration and disappointment on social media - and that carried over into Sunday on both the web and the field. Harrison Smith Jersey . 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The combination thats returned the franchise to respectability will remain intact for years to come.SHERBROOKE, Que. -- Jonathan Drouin gave Halifax the boost it needed to edge host Sherbrooke Phoenix 3-2 in a shootout in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. The 18-year-old winger, who was selected third overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning at the NHL draft in June, was assigned to the QMJHL on Monday and held scoreless in his first game back on Tuesday against Saint John. But on Friday, Drouin showed why hes the reigning Canadian Hockey Player of the year as he recorded a goal and an assist in regulation before scoring the winner in the shootout. Andrew Ryan also had a goal and an assist for the Mooseheads (4-5-0), who won for the first time in three outings, while Zachary Fucale stopped 24-of-26 shots for his fourth victory of the season. Jean-Francois Plante and Jean-Christophe Laflamme scored for the Phoenix (2-5-1), who sit last in the West Division. Francis Desrosiers made 28 saves in a losing cause. Ryan opened the scoring at 15:28 of the first period while on the power play, and Drouin followed with another power-play goal in the final minute of the period to put Halifax up 2-0 after 20 minutes of play. Plante responded with a goal playing five-on-four late in the second period and Laflamme tied the game midway through the third period to force overtime. Halifaxs Nikolaj Ehlers and Sherbrookes Daniel Audette traded shootout goals before Drouin scored the winner. The Mooseheads went 2-for-3 on the power play while the Phoenix scored once on three chances with the man advantage. --- Screaming Eagles 5 Sea Dogs 3 SYDNEY, N.S., -- Julien Pelletier and Jeremy Beaudry each had a goal and an assist as Cape Breton downed Saint John. Nicholas Dozzi, Raphael Corriveau and Cameron Darcy also scored for the Screaming Eagles (4-2-2), who have won four of their last five contests, while Justin Hache chipped in two assists. Will Thompson, Nathan Noel and Stephen Anderson supplied the offence for the Sea Dogs (4-3-1). Maxime Lagace made 23 saves for the win as Sebastien Auger turned aside 26 shots in a losing cause. --- Titan 4 Wildcats 1 MONCTON, N.B., -- Jacob Brennan stopped 33 shots as Acadie-Bathurst defeated the Wildcats. Patrik Zdrahal had a goal and an assist for the Titan (4-5-0) while Adam Stevens, Alexandre Gosselin and Nicholas Blanchard added a goal apiece. Mark Stevens scored the lone goal for Moncton (3-6-0), which lost on home icee for the third time in four games.dddddddddddd. Alex Dubeau turned away 18-of-22 shots in defeat. --- Oceanic 6 Tigres 2 VICTORIAVILLE, QUE., -- Scott Oke scored twice and set up two more as Rimouski beat the Tigres. Peter Trainor, Jean-Francois Lavoie, Simon Fortier and Michael Joly scored for the Oceanic (6-2-0) as Frederick Gauthier chipped in two assists. Angelo Miceli had a goal and an assist for Victoriaville (6-3-0) and Philippe Hudon scored the other. Philippe Desrosiers made 28 saves for the win while Brandon Whitney took the loss after allowing five goals on 35 shots in two periods of play. Steven Veilleux replaced Whitney for the third and made 5-of-6 shots in relief. --- Armada 4 Voltigeurs 1 BOISBRIAND, Que., -- Nikita Jevpalovs scored twice and Christopher Clapperton had three assists as the Armada downed Drummondville to take over first place in the QMJHL. Guillaime Beaudoin and Olivier Picard also scored for Blainville-Boisbriand (7-0-0), which is the only undefeated club remaining to start the season. Guillaime Gauthier scored the lone goal for the Voltigeurs (5-3-0). Etienne Marcoux only had to make 12 saves for the win while Louis-Philip Guindon stopped 33 shots in defeat. --- Huskies 4 Cataractes 3 (OT) ROUYN-NORANDA, Que., -- Francis Perron scored 1:34 into overtime as the Huskies slipped past Shawinigan. Jason Fuchs, Liam OBrien, and Maxime St-Cyr also scored for Rouyn-Noranda (4-3-1) while Mathieu Lemay had two assists. Matthew Boudreau scored once and set up two more for the Cataractes (0-6-2) and Frederick Gaudreau and Francis Beauvillier had a goal and an assist apiece. Carl Hozjan made 20 saves for the win as Marvin Cupper turned aside 43 shots in defeat. --- Foreurs 9 Islanders 4 VAL-DOR, Que., -- Anthony Mantha and Anthony Richard each scored twice as the Foreurs crushed Charlottetown. Nicolas Aube-Kubel had a goal and two assists for Val-dOr (4-4-0) while David Henley, Samuel Henley, Maxime Presseault and Timotej Sille also scored. Daniel Sprong, Bradley Kennedy, Jack Nevins and Deverick Ottereyes scored for the Islanders (6-1-1). Francois Tremblay made 33 saves for the win while Eric Brassard stopped 18 shots in defeat. Antoine Bibeau started in net for Charlottetown but was pulled after giving up four goals on 17 shot in 24 minutes of action. 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