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Chinooks strike down Lone Star behind Jordan's career night - Jun 18, 2014

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Against an opponent playing their fourth game in five nights on the road far from home, the Portland Chinooks were tested Tuesday night at Eastmoreland Courts before eventually putting away the Lone Star Strikers from Texas, 121-109 for their second straight victory (9-5).

After scoring the game's first two points at the foul line, Portland would fall down 9-2 before rallying within 22-19 at the midway point and taking a 37-35 lead after the first period. The visitors matched the more rested Chinooks basket for basket and it was 63-62 Strikers at the half.

There wasn't much separation in the second half with at least ten ties. The Chinooks lead by just one (86-85) after three. Still a tight game with a minute left in regulation at 111-109, Portland closed the game on a 10-0 run to earn the win.

Germain Jordan (6'6''-F, college: Dillard) never ceases to amaze. He delivered a career-high effort of 44 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists for Portland. Jared Cunningham (6'9''-F-89, college: Cumberlands) tied his season best 36 points thanks to a career-high eight three-pointers and pulled down 11 rebounds. Jermaine Blackburn (6'6''-SF-83, college: Boise St.) had another all-around game with 15 points, six rebounds, five assists and three steals. Antwan Williams (6'0''-G, college: Puget Sound) turned in a 12-point effort with several attacking baskets.

Lone Star was led by Teeng Akol's (6'11''-C/F-88, college: W.Kentucky) 36 points, and 28 from NBADL Champion Chris Porter (6'7''-F-78, college: Auburn).

Because Vancouver also won on the night, Portland remains one and a half games behind for second place, and three games back of Bellingham for the top spot. The second and third place teams face each other in the first round of the IBL Playoffs on Saturday, June 28 at 5pm. The top seed gets either Salem or Seattle at 7:30pm, and the winners will meet on Sunday, June 29 at 5pm for the IBL Championship.

Before then, the Chinooks have two more home games at the Eastmoreland Courts. The Seattle Fight come to Portland for the first-ever meeting on Sunday, June 22 at 5pm. Portland hosts the final Battle of the Bridge against Vancouver on Tuesday, June 24 at 7pm, before their playoff fate rests at Clark College.

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