PORTLAND ? LaMarcus Aldridge finished with 28 points and 13 rebounds and the Portland Trail Blazers came from behind to beat San Antonio 96-93 Thursday.
Martel Webster finished with 21 points and made all five of his three-pointers for the Blazers who swept the three-game series over San Antonio this season. The Blazers have won their last five against the Spurs.
"We have a bunch of guys who want to play basketball and a bunch of guys who are good. We just play hard," said Aldridge.
Manu Ginobili led the Spurs with 21 points and Tim Duncan had 15 points and 12 rebounds.
San Antonio led by 10 points early in the final quarter but the Blazers made it 85-83 on Nicolas Batum's layup.
After Ginobili hit a jump shot for the Spurs, Webster's three-pointer cut it to 87-86 with 3:38 left.
Aldridge nailed a jumper with just under three minutes left to give the Blazers the lead and Webster dropped another three to make it 91-87 with 22.9 seconds to go.
"We just tried to contain [Tony] Parker and Duncan," Aldridge said.
The game marked the return of guard Parker, who missed the previous three games with a left ankle sprain. Parker came out quickly with 16 first-half points and finished with 18.
Portland remained without all-star guard Brandon Roy, who continues to nurse a left hamstring injury. Roy has missed 11 of the Blazers' last 12 games.
Roy's injury was the latest to strike the Blazers. The team lost centre Greg Oden and Joel Przybilla to season-ending injuries.
Forwards Batum and Rudy Fernandez each missed a significant number of games with injury, and forward Travis Outlaw is sidelined with a broken foot.
Portland was coming off a 118-105 loss to the Jazz in Utah on Wednesday.