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CALGARY - The Calgary Stampeders re-signed import defensive lineman Demonte Bolden on Tuesday. Bolden, who was set to become a free agent on Feb. 15, played 17 regular-season games at defensive tackle for the Stampeders in 2013, recording 34 tackles, four sacks, three knockdowns and two fumble recoveries. Bolden missed the CFL Western Division final because of a knee injury suffered in Calgarys regular-season finale. "Demonte was a strong presence on the interior of our defensive line last season," Stampeders head coach and general manager John Hufnagel said in a release. "All reports indicate that his recovery is going well and Im looking forward to seeing him back in full form at training camp." Bolden, 28, signed with the Stampeders in 2011 after two seasons with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He has 110 career tackles to go along with nine sacks and five fumble recoveries. "Im grateful to be returning to the Stampeders," said Bolden. 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The Brazilian designated player, one of several marquee acquisitions in the off-season, has been left in Toronto due to injury as manager Ryan Nelsens revamped MLS team prepares for its season opener Saturday in Seattle. PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Portland Trail Blazers arent giving up yet. The Blazers are still in a crowded fight for a playoff spot in the Western Conference. The Utah Jazz are a half-game back of the Los Angeles Lakers for the eighth and final spot, while Portland and Dallas are three games out. Taking advantage of Saturday nights visit by the struggling Pistons, the Blazers got 31 points and 12 rebounds from LaMarcus Aldridge to hand Detroit its eighth straight loss with a 112-101 victory. But the Blazers are now staring at a five-game road trip, which kicks off Monday in Philadelphia. "This is a make-or-break road trip for us," Aldridge said. "I keep saying, were right there. If we play good on this trip than anything is possible." The Blazers won two of a three-game homestand. Rodney Stuckey had a season-high 32 points for the Pistons, who have yet to win a game in March. Theyve lost 11 of their last 12. After trailing by as many as 11 points in the first half, the Blazers took a 90-81 lead on Nicolas Batums 3-pointer with 8:33 remaining in the game. Portland extended the lead to 99-87 on J.J. Hicksons dunk. The Pistons scored 10 in a row to close within 99-97 on Will Bynums running jumper with 2:54 left, but Batum answered with another 3-pointer. After Stuckey made a layup, Aldridges hook shot ended Detroits threat and put the Blazers in front 104-99 with 1:45 left. "We did not come up with plays at the end of the game," Pistons forward Kyle Singler said. "To their credit, Portland played well. They are a tough team to beat at home and when Aldridge is playing like he did tonight, theyre tough." The Blazers (31-34) have won nine of their last 12 at the Rose Garden and were coming off a 105-90 victory at home over the Knicks on Thursday night. "Hopefully its a little momentum for us going out on the road," Blazers coach Terry Stotts said. Detroit (23-45) was coming off a 105-97 loss at Golden State on Wednesday. The Pistons were without guard Brandon Knight for the second straight game because of a sprained left ankle. Knight is averaging 13.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 4.1 assists. Detroit went ahead 21-18 on Jose Calderons 3-poinnter late in the first quarter, as Portland sat Aldridge because of two early fouls.dddddddddddd The Pistons extended the lead to 28-20 on Jonas Jerebkos layup. Bynums jumper pushed Detroits lead to 50-41, but Portland scored the final six points of the half to close the margin to 57-52. Stuckey led all players with 17 first-half points. Stuckey, who sustained a bad cut to his forehead during the game after a head-to-head collision, has been starting in place of Knight. "Ive been given the opportunity to do this the last couple of games, and its been working," he said. "But more importantly, though, we lost. We just have to come out and get more stops defensively, because thats what hurt us tonight." The Blazers opened the second half with an 11-2 run, capped by Aldridges jumper, to go in front 63-59. Greg Monroes layup pulled the Pistons into a 73-all tie before Bynums high-arching running jumper gave Detroit back the lead. Portland opened the fourth quarter with Aldridges jump shot to go ahead 79-75. It was Aldridges fifth game this season with more than 30 points and 10 rebounds. Hickson had 18 points and 15 rebounds and all of Portland starters were in double figures. Bynum had 23 points off the bench. The Pistons continue to play under assistant coach Brian Hill. Head coach Lawrence Frank did not accompany the team on the road trip to attend to be with his wife, who is ill. "As far as the character and the work of our guys, I thought they played their hearts out tonight," Hill said. Notes: Singler is a native Oregonian and led South Medford High School to the state championship his senior year. He was greeted with warm applause from the Rose Garden crowd during introductions, but wound up with just four points for Detroit. "I didnt really play up to my level but it was fun playing in front of this crowd," said Singer, who had about a dozen family members and friends at the game. ... Director Gus Van Sant, Academy Award nominee for Good Will Hunting and Milk, was at the game. ... The Pistons won the other meeting between the teams this season, 108-101 on Nov. 26 in Detroit. ... The Blazers have won five straight against Detroit at the Rose Garden. ' ' '


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