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NBA Full Game Highlights: Washington Wizards (WAS) Vs Portland Trail Blazers (POR) │ February 3, 2021 │ 2020-2021 NBA Season

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Here are the scores, updates, and results of the NBA 2020-2021 regular season match between the Washington Wizards (WAS) and the Portland Trail Blazers (POR) on February 3, 2021 (All times are in Philippine Standard Time), at the Capital One Arena.

The Portland Trail Blazers defeated the Washington Wizards, 132-121.

Damian Lillard led the way for the Trail Blazers with 32 points, 21 of which was scored in the 2nd half, on top of 8 assists.

Gary Trent Jr. and Carmelo Anthony added 26 points and 21 points, respectively for the Blazers.

Bradley Beal tallied a game-high 37 points while Russell Westbrook recorded his 151st career triple-double 17 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists for the Wizards in the losing effort.

The Portland Trail Blazers, who improved to eleven (11) wins and nine (9) defeats, will face the Philadelphia 76ers — currently with a 15-6 win-loss record — on Friday, January 5, 2021, while the Washington Wizards, who fall to four (4) wins and thirteen (13) defeats, will face the Miami Heat — currently with a 7-13 win-loss record — on Thursday, January 4, 2021.

Washington vs Portland

Quarters: 23-40; 40-35; 27-31; 31-26

The scores:

Wizards (121) – Bradley Beal 37, Raul Neto 0, Thomas Bryant 0, Troy Brown 0, Deni Avdija 13, Robin Lopez 2, Isaac Bonga 0, Davis Bertans 6, Ish Smith 3, Jerome Robinson 0, Rui Hachimura 24, Moritz Wagner 6, Garrison Mathews 11, Anthony Gill 0, Cassius Winston 0, Alen Smailagic 0, Russell Westbrook 17, Alex Len 2.

Trail Blazers (132) – Damian Lillard 32, Gary Trent Jr. 26, CJ McCollum 0, Enes Kanter 14, Jusuf Nurkic 0, Derrick Jones Jr. 0, Rodney Hood 15, Robert Covington 19, Anfernee Simons 3, Carmelo Anthony 21, Harry Giles 2, Keljin Blevins 0, CJ Elleby 0, Nassir Little 0.