Blazers stuck in Boston elevator for 30 minutes

Portland Trail Blazers

Portland Trail Blazers

Wanamaker, a decent playmaker who has been efficient and effective on both ends in the limited minutes he's played for Boston this season, will test the Blazers perimeter defense when he's on the court.

Having slid to being almost 10 games back from first place in the Eastern Conference, it's time for Boston to follow Turner's words and start working on finding the chemistry missing on the court.

With 11.8 seconds left, Lillard was fouled and hit two free throws to boost Portland's lead to 97-92, and Boston had nothing more on offense.

Lillard credited Harkless for helping keep the Celtics from establishing much inside and hustling throughout the night.

Added Lillard: "A monster, man". Kanter did not travel for a game in London when he was still a member of the New York Knicks last month.

"Stairs!" the players said as they exited.

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"We're in survival mode", Kanter said at one point. "So that's why it's just, just because of one dictator I can't even go out there and do my job".

The Celtics will be on the backend of a back-to-back Wednesday, just a day off an all-important matchup against the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday at Scotiabank Arena.

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Portland stayed on top 43-42 at halftime, despite shooting 35.6 percent from the field.

"This afternoon, an elevator at 150 Boylston Street owned by Emerson College stopped between two floors and delayed members of the Portland Trail Blazers from reaching the street level for about 15 minutes", the statement read. C Aron Baynes (foot contusion) missed his 10th straight game.

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