Wednesday , Dec , 26 , 2007 C.Y. Ellis

Portland Trail Blazers Win 11th Straight

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — After the Portland Trail Blazers won their 11th straight game, normally stoic owner Paul Allen looked directly at a camera and jubilantly held up one finger on each hand to signify the streak.

That’s what winning is doing for the surprising Blazers.

"We’re going out there with all the confidence in the world, and a sense of urgency at the same time," forward Martell Webster said. "It’s resulting in wins."

The latest win came Tuesday night when Brandon Roy and Jarrett Jack each scored 17 points and Portland beat the Seattle SuperSonics 89-79.

The Blazers own the longest current winning streak in the NBA, and it’s their best run since they won 12 in a row during the 2001-02 season…(Click here for more.)