Brandon Roy looked fit and rested as he prepared to take part in the Trail Blazers' practice session Sunday night at American Airlines Center.

Roy slept nine restful hours following one of the greatest games of his career, leading Portland to its historic 84-82 Game 4 victory over Dallas at the Rose Garden.

The three-time All-Star didn't want the night to end early, but shut-eye was in the offing as soon as he returned to his Tualatin home following the game.

"I was emotionally drained," Roy said after scoring 18 points of his 24 points in the fourth quarter in leading Portland from a 23-point deficit to victory. "When I got home, I was trying to stay up a little longer, because I knew once I woke up, I'd have to turn the page on it. But I laid down at around 10 (p.m.), and the next thing you know, it was 7 in the morning."