NBA: LaMarcus Aldridge dusts playoffs stats
Another figure that shows the impact of LaMarcus Aldridge in the playoff series that pits Portland to Houston.
Within 4 games, the Blazers interior scored 141 points which made him the first player since the 145 points set by Tracy McGrady with the Magic in 2003.
In addition the fourth player in the history of the playoffs to score at least 89 points in two games is with 46 rebounds throughout his matches, the first player to score as many points and catch as many balls since Hakeem Olajuwon in 1988 (150 points, 67 rebounds), indicates the NBA.
Besides his individual performance, LaMarcurs Aldridge also dusted collective stats. Indeed, during the victory over the Rockets on Sunday, he has cracked 29 points. Beside him three other teammates crossed the 20 units: Nicolas Batum (25 points), Damian Lillard (23 points) and Wesley Matthews (21 points). This quartet is the fourth in seven years to have scored at least 20 points in a game.