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Portland Trail Blazers 2015-16 Schedule

10/05/2015 - Blazers vs Kings
10/08/2015 - Blazers vs Warriors
10/18/2015 - Blazers vs Jazz
10/28/2015 - Blazers vs Pelicans
10/31/2015 - Blazers vs Suns
11/05/2015 - Blazers vs Grizzlies
11/08/2015 - Blazers vs Pistons
11/11/2015 - Blazers vs Spurs
11/20/2015 - Blazers vs Clippers
11/24/2015 - Blazers vs Bulls
11/28/2015 - Blazers vs Lakers
12/01/2015 - Blazers vs Mavericks
12/03/2015 - Blazers vs Pacers
12/12/2015 - Blazers vs Knicks
12/14/2015 - Blazers vs Pelicans
12/26/2015 - Blazers vs Cavaliers
12/30/2015 - Blazers vs Nuggets
01/04/2016 - Blazers vs Grizzlies
01/06/2016 - Blazers vs Clippers
01/08/2016 - Blazers vs Warriors
01/10/2016 - Blazers vs Thunder
01/13/2016 - Blazers vs Jazz
01/20/2016 - Blazers vs Hawks
01/23/2016 - Blazers vs Lakers
01/26/2016 - Blazers vs Kings
01/29/2016 - Blazers vs Hornets
01/31/2016 - Blazers vs T'Wolves
02/02/2016 - Blazers vs Bucks
02/04/2016 - Blazers vs Raptors
02/10/2016 - Blazers vs Rockets
02/19/2016 - Blazers vs Warriors
02/21/2016 - Blazers vs Jazz
02/23/2016 - Blazers vs Nets
02/25/2016 - Blazers vs Rockets
03/08/2016 - Blazers vs Wizards
03/12/2016 - Blazers vs Magic
03/23/2016 - Blazers vs Mavericks
03/26/2016 - Blazers vs 76ers
03/28/2016 - Blazers vs Kings
03/31/2016 - Blazers vs Celtics
04/02/2016 - Blazers vs Heat
04/06/2016 - Blazers vs Thunder
04/09/2016 - Blazers vs T'Wolves
04/13/2016 - Blazers vs Nuggets

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    Portland Trail Blazers News

    4-27-15: The Portland Trail Blazers clinched home court advantage through the first round of the Western Conference playoffs after posting a 51-31 record in the regular season. The Trail Blazers clinched the #4 seed by winning their division and will play host to the #5 seeded Memphis Grizzlies after they went 55-27 this season. These two teams played four times during the regular season and Memphis won all four matchups which is not a great sign of things to come for Portland this series. Game One was played on Sunday afternoon in Portland as each team took their first steps towards an NBA Championship. The Grizzlies had beaten Portland four times this season already and despite being the lower seed in the playoffs Memphis came in with the better overall record. Memphis could not win their division while Portland could exposing the NBA seeding issues in the playoffs but one thing the Grizzlies could win is this contest. For the fifth consecutive time this season the Grizzlies took down Portland with the help of 20 points from Udrih. LaMarcus Aldridge did his best to snap the skid for the Trail Blazers when he led all scorers with 32 points and 14 rebounds but the Grizzlies forward received little help from his supporting cast in yet another loss to the Grizzlies. Memphis leads the best of seven series 1-0. The Portland Trail Blazers and the Memphis Grizzlies faced off again with Memphis as the home team for Game Two of the best of seven series with Portland looking to even the series and looking to steal away home court advantage from the Grizzlies. Another game against the Trail Blazers and another victory for the Grizzlies as Memphis beat Portland for the sixth consecutive time this season including the playoffs. Memphis outscored Portland in each of the final three quarters and only trailed after the opening quarter by one point in an eventual 97-82 victory for the Grizzlies. LaMarcus Aldridge led all scorers in the contest with 24 points and 14 rebounds but the Trail Blazers forward received little help from his supporting cast in another frustrating loss to the Grizzlies. Memphis leads the best of seven series 2-0. Get your tickets for next week as the team looks to win their first game against Memphis this season and enter the second round of the NBA playoffs.

    4-4-15: The Portland Trail Blazers are one step closer to the Western Conference playoffs after another strong week last week in the NBA. With another strong week last week the team found themselves with a 45-25 record that left them with the #4 seed in the Western Conference Playoffs if the season ended today. If the playoffs started today the team would face off against the #5 seeded Los Angeles Clippers in the first round. The Trail Blazers started this week by making the trip out to Phoenix to face off with Eric Bledsoe and the Phoenix Suns. During the game the Suns defense was good holding the Blazers to just 87 points but Portland’s defense was that much better in an 87-81 victory over Phoenix. The leading scorer in the contest was LaMarcus Aldridge who had 29 points for the Trail Blazers while Robin Lopez added 12 points in the victory for Portland. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Suns was led by 19 points from Marcus Morris while his brother Markieff Morris added 15 points but it was not enough in the loss for Phoenix. The Blazers were back out on the court the very next night at home inside the Moda Center playing host to the Denver Nuggets. During the game the Trail Blazers eclipsed the 30 points mark in two separate quarters on the way to a 120-114 victory over the Nuggets. The leading scorer in the contest was LaMarcus Aldridge who had 32 points and 11 rebounds while Arron Afflalo added 21 points in the victory for Portland. Meanwhile the scoring attack for Denver was led by 22 points from Jameer Nelson while Randy Foye added 17 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Nuggets. For the Trail Blazers next contest the team stayed at home inside the Moda Center to play host to Markieff Morris and the Phoenix Suns. During the game the Portland offense was strong and their defense was stronger holding the Suns to just 86 points in a 109-86 victory over Phoenix. The leading scorer in the contest was Damian Lillard who had 19 points and seven assists for Portland while LaMarcus Aldridge added seven rebounds in the victory for the Trail Blazers. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Suns was led by Warren who had 13 points but it was not enough in the loss for Phoenix. For the next Trail Blazers contest the team made the trip back home to Portland to play host to Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers. During the game the Clippers and the Trail Blazers had an old fashioned shootout where the team with the basketball last was ultimately going to win the contest. The Clippers had the ball last apparently as the team was able to edge Portland by the final score of 126-122 behind 41 points and 17 assists from Chris Paul. LaMarcus Aldridge did much of the scoring for the Trail Blazers as he scored 29 points with the help of 10 Damian Lillard assists but it was not enough in the loss for Portland. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 48-26.

    3-31-15:The Portland Trail Blazers have lost many of their players this season for extended periods of time and have still managed a very impressive 44-22 record this season. If the season were to end today the Trail Blazers would secure a #4 seed in the Western Conference and would play host to the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round. The Trail Blazers started this week by making the trip out to Orlando to face off with Victor Oladipo and the Orlando Magic. During the game Orlando’s Elfrid Payton had his second straight triple-double in a statement sending victory over Portland by the final score of 111-104. Payton finished the game with 22 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists for the Magic while Victor Oladipo and Nikola Vucevic each added 22 points in the victory for the Magic. Meanwhile the Blazers scoring attack was led by 31 points from LaMarcus Aldridge while Damian Lillard added 18 points in the loss for Portland. The Blazers hoped for better results the very next night in Memphis when the team faced off with Marc Gasol and the Memphis Grizzlies. During the contest the Trail Blazers may have lost their best player in LaMarcus Aldridge who is battling a hand injury and also lost the game to Memphis by the final score of 97-86. The leading scorer in the contest was Damian Lillard who had 27 points for Portland while Aldridge added 16 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Trail Blazers. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Grizzlies was led by 23 points from Jeff Green while Mike Conley added 21 points in the victory for Memphis. For the Trail Blazers next contest the team stayed at home inside the Moda Center to play host to Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors. During the game the Golden State Warriors clinched the Pacific Division in the Western Conference with a convincing 122-108 victory over Portland. The leading scorer in the contest was Stephen Curry who had 33 points and 10 assists for the Warriors while Andrew Bogut grabbed 16 rebounds in the victory. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Blazers was led by Damian Lillard’s 29 points and five assists but it was not enough in the loss for Portland. For the Trail Blazers next contest the team made the trip out to Utah to face off with Gordon Hayward and the Utah Jazz. During the game the Trail Blazers looked well on their way to another tough loss before the team exploded for 37 points in the fourth quarter to complete a 92-89 victory over the Utah Jazz. The leading scorer in the contest was Derrick Favors who had 26 points and 13 rebounds for the Jazz while Trey Burke added three assists in the loss for Utah. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Blazers was led by Damian Lillard who had 23 points and 12 assists with the help of nine rebounds from LaMarcus Aldridge in the victory for Portland. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 45-25. Get your tickets for next week as the team travels to Phoenix to face off with the Phoenix Suns before returning home to play host to the Denver Nuggets, the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Clippers.

    3-24-15: The Portland Trail Blazers have their eyes on a playoff spot after another strong week last week. With that strong week and a strong second half the Trail Blazers are racing towards the playoffs with a 42-20 record. The Trail Blazers started this week by staying at home in Portland to play host to Andre Drummond and the Detroit Pistons. During the contest the Trail Blazers eclipsed the 30 point plateau twice while scoring 29 points in the third quarter in an eventual 118-99 victory for Portland. The leading scorer for the contest was Damian Lillard who scored 28 points and dished out nine assists while LaMarcus Aldridge added 22 points in the victory for Portland. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Pistons was led by Greg Monroe who had 19 points while Andre Drummond added 16 points and 17 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for Detroit. For the Trail Blazers next contest the team made the trip out to Toronto to face off with Kyle Lowry and the Toronto Raptors. During the game Portland and Toronto looked to be in the midst of a shootout after the first quarter but the Trail Blazers kept a hot hand while Toronto’s offense struggled for the remainder of the game in an eventual 113-97 loss. The leading scorer in the contest was LaMarcus Aldridge who had 24 points and 10 rebounds while Batum dished out 12 assists in the victory for Portland. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Raptors was led by DeMar DeRozan who had 22 points while Jonas Valancuinas had nine rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for Toronto. For the Trail Blazers next contest the team made the trip out to Washington to face off with John Wall and the Washington Wizards. During the game the Wizards defense was able to hold down a good Portland offense holding them to just 40 points in the first half in an eventual 105-97 victory for Washington. The leading scorer in the contest was LaMarcus Aldridge who had 24 points for the Trail Blazers while Batum pulled down 15 rebounds in the loss for Portland. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Wizards was led by 23 points from Bradley Beal with the help of 11 John Wall assists in the victory for Washington. For the Trail Blazers next contest the team made the trip out to Miami to face off with Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat. During the game Portland came out of the gates firing on all cylinders before cooling off at the worst possible time in the second half. Miami took advantage of the Blazers taking their foot off the accelerator and came from behind to steal the game by the final score of 108-104. LaMarcus Aldridge led all scorers in the contest with 34 points but it was not enough in the loss for Portland. Meanwhile Dwyane Wade led the Miami scoring attack with 32 points while Hassan Whiteside grabbed 10 rebounds in the victory for the Heat. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 44-22. Get your tickets for next week as the team played a pair of road contests against the Orlando Magic and the Memphis Grizzlies before returning home to the Moda Center to play host to the Golden State Warriors. The team will then finish their week off back out on the road in Utah facing off against the Utah Jazz.

    3-3-15: The Portland Trail Blazers come into the week fresh and rested up after the NBA All Star Week with one of the best records in the NBA this season sporting a 36-17 record. The Trail Blazers started this week by making the trip out to Salt Lake City to face off with the Utah Jazz. During the contest the Jazz held Portland to just 36% shooting from the field and 18% shooting from beyond the arc in an easy 92-76 blowout victory for Utah. The Jazz scoring attack was led by 20 points from Gordon Hayward while Trey Burke added 19 points in the victory for Utah. Meanwhile Damian Lillard led Portland in scoring with 19 points while LaMarcus Aldridge added 14 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Trail Blazers. For the Blazers next contest the team made the trip back home to the Moda Center to play host to the Memphis Grizzlies. During the game Portland’s offense was struggling in the worst way before the team exploded for 39 points in the third quarter before falling back to Earth in the fourth. Memphis countered the Trail Blazers big third quarter with a 34 point fourth quarter of their own in an eventual 98-92 victory for Memphis. Damian Lillard scored 18 points and dished out seven rebounds in the contest for Portland while Marc Gasol led all scorers with 21 points in the victory for the Grizzlies. For the Trail Blazers next contest the team stayed at home inside the Moda Center to play host to Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs. During the game the Trail Blazers rode the hot shooting hand of Wesley Matthews to a statement sending 111-95 victory over the defending NBA champion Spurs. Matthews led all scorers in the contest for Portland with 31 points while Damian Lillard added 18 points in the victory for the Trail Blazers. Tim Duncan did what he could for San Antonio in the contest scoring 20 points while Danny Green added 17 points but it was not enough in the tough loss for the Spurs. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 37-19. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to play host to the Oklahoma City Thunder before setting out on the road for a pair of games against the Sacramento Kings and the Los Angeles Clippers. The team will then return home to the Moda Center to finish their week off when the team plays host to the Dallas Mavericks.

    2-20-15: The Portland Trail Blazers had another great week last week and head into NBA All Star Weekend posting one of the best records in the NBA this season with a 36-17 record. The Trail Blazers started this week by watching one of their own Wesley Matthews compete in the Foot Locker Three Point Shooting Contest. In the first round Matthews knocked down 22 shots and was surprisingly eliminated in the first round due to hot hands from Stephen Curry, Kyrie Irving and Klay Thompson. The next night NBA All Star Weekend culminated with the playing of the 2014/2015 NBA All Star Game. The All Star Game pit the best of the Eastern Conference against the best of the Western Conference in a contest that defense was thrown out the window in lieu of loads of offense. These two teams did not disappoint in the offensive department as these two teams combined for 321 points total on the night inside Madison Square Garden. Leading the way for the Western Conference was Russell Westbrook who had 41 points winning the MVP Award while James Harden added another 29 points for the West. In the East the hometown hero Carmelo Anthony had 14 points in front of his home crowd while LeBron James led the way with 30 points. It was not enough for Carmelo and LeBron in the contest as the Western Conference once again showed its dominance in a 163-158 victory over the Eastern Conference in the 2015 NBA All Star Game. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 36-17.

    2-9-15: The Portland Trail Blazers came into the week after another strong week that left the team atop the Western Conference with a 32-14 record. The Trail Blazers started this week by traveling to Atlanta looking to end the Atlanta Hawks 17 game winning streak. During the contest the Hawks won their 18th straight game of the season behind 48% shooting from the field as a team and good three point shooting. Paul Millsap scored 21 points and grabbed 8 rebounds to lead Atlanta in both categories while Al Horford added 17 points in the 105-99 victory for the Hawks. Meanwhile LaMarcus Aldridge led Portland in scoring with 37 points and 11 rebounds but it was not enough for the Trail Blazers to stop the winning streak for Atlanta. The Trail Blazers were back out on the court the very next night in Milwaukee when the team faced off with the Milwaukee Bucks. During the contest Milwaukee outshot Portland 45% to 37% while also hitting more free throws en route to a 95-88 victory over the Trail Blazers. The Bucks attack was led by 18 points from Jared Dudley while OJ Mayo added 17 points in the victory for Milwaukee. Portland watched as Wesley Matthews and Damian Lillard scored 19 points each while LaMarcus Aldridge added 18 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Trail Blazers. For the Blazers next contest the team stayed home inside the Moda Center to play host to the Utah Jazz. During the game the Trail Blazers got back on a track with a narrow 103-102 victory over Utah that came down to the final moments of the contest. Damian Lillard led the Portland attack with 25 points while LaMarcus Aldridge added 11 rebounds in the narrow victory for the Blazers. Meanwhile Utah was led by 27 points from Gordon Hayward but a sluggish third quarter kept the Jazz from a victory in the contest. The Trail Blazers finished their week off back at home inside the Moda Center playing host to Isaiah Thomas and the Phoenix Suns. During the game the Trail Blazers won their final game of the week in convincing fashion over Phoenix by the final score of 108-87. Batum led Portland in scoring with 20 points while LaMarcus Aldridge added 13 rebounds in the easy victory for the Trail Blazers. Meanwhile Phoenix’s offensive attack was led by Morris who scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for the Suns. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 34-16. Get your tickets for next week as the team plays a pair of road contests against the Dallas Mavericks and the Houston Rockets before finishing their week back at home in Portland as the team plays host to the Los Angeles Lakers.

    1-29-15: The Portland Trail Blazers came into the new week after another strong week that left the team with a 30-9 record, one of the best records in all of the Western Conference. The Trail Blazers started this week by traveling to South Texas to take on Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs. During the contest Kawhi Leonard returned from injury for San Antonio and almost immediately the Spurs looked like a different team in a 110-96 victory over Portland. Leornard led San Antonio with 20 points while Danny Green added 19 points in the victory for the Spurs. The Trail Blazers forward LeMarcus Aldridge led the way with 24 points but it was not enough in the loss to the Spurs. The Blazers were back out on the court the very next night when the team traveled to Memphis to take on Marc Gasol and the Memphis Grizzlies. During the contest the Grizzlies used 51% shooting from the field and a big night from Zach Randolph to take down the Western Conference’s best team 102-98. Randolph finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Grizzlies in both categories while Memphis survived without arguable their best player in Mike Conley. The attack for Portland was led by 32 points from LeMarcus Aldridge and 23 points from Damian Lillard but it was not enough in the loss for the Trail Blazers. For the Blazers next contest the team remained home inside the Moda Center to play host to their Western Conference rivals in the Sacramento Kings. During the contest Portland may have lost LeMarcus Aldridge to a hand injury but ended up winning the game and snapping their mini losing streak with a narrow 98- 94 victory. During the contest Damian Lillard picked up the scoring slack in Aldridge’s absence with 22 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists as the Trail Blazers dispatched the Kings. Sacramento’s leading scorer was Rudy Gay who finished with 19 points while DeMarcus Cousins snagged 19 rebounds but it was not enough in the Kings loss to Portland. For the Trail Blazers next contest the team made the trip to Phoenix to take on Eric Bledsoe, Isaiah Thomas and the rest of the Phoenix Suns. During the contest the Suns used a huge 40 point outburst in the first quarter to coast to a 118-113 victory over the Trail Blazers. Eric Bledsoe led all scorers in the contest with 33 points and 6 rebounds as the Suns survived a 37 point Portland outburst in the fourth quarter. Batum had a career night for the Blazers scoring 27 points and grabbing 10 rebounds to lead the team but it was too little too late for Portland in the narrow loss to the Suns. The Blazers finished their week off the very next night back at home inside the Moda Center when the team played host to the Boston Celtics. During the contest the Trail Blazers losing ways continued as Boston came back in the fourth quarter to narrowly edge Portland by the final score of 90- 89. The Trail Blazers came storming back in the third quarter to take a five point lead entering the fourth behind Damian Lillard’s 21 point effort but it was not enough in the end. Bradley led Boston is scoring with 18 points and led his team to a fourth quarter comeback and victory to finish out their week. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 31-13. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home inside the Moda Center to play host to the Washington Wizards before finishing their week off out on the road when the team faces off with the Brooklyn Nets and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

    1-12-15: The Portland Trail Blazers came into the week with one of the best records in all of the Western Conference after posting a 26-7 record. The Trail Blazers started this week by staying inside the Moda Center to play host to the Atlanta Hawks. During the game the Hawks used 51% shooting as a team and 27 points from Paul Millsap in a big 115-107 victory over the Trail Blazers. Portland’s attack was led by 30 points and 12 rebounds from LeMarcus Aldridge but it was not enough in the loss to Atlanta at home. The Trail Blazers stayed home for their next contest when the team stayed inside Moda Center to play host to the Los Angeles Lakers. During the contest the Lakers and Jordan Hill played the first place Blazers closely until Los Angeles fell apart in the fourth quarter. The Lakers behind Hill’s 23 points and 14 rebounds led by three points entering the fourth quarter before Damian Lillard and the Trail Blazers took over. Lillard finished with a game high 39 points and 5 assists as Portland came back to beat Los Angeles by the final score of 98-94. The Trail Blazers spent their final game of the week back at home inside Moda Center when the team played host to Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat. During the contest the Heat jumped out to an early lead over first place Portland and even took a five point lead into the locker room at halftime. In the second half LeMarcus Aldridge, who finished with 24 points and 12 rebounds, led a second half comeback that included outscoring Miami by 17 in the third quarter to come from behind and win the game 99-83. Miami’s attack was led by 23 points from Dwyane Wade but it was not enough in the loss to the Trail Blazers. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 28-8. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to host the Orlando Magic before traveling to Staples Center to take on the Los Angeles Lakers. The Blazers will then finish their week off back at home inside the Moda Center when the team hosts the Los Angeles Clippers in Portland.

    1-2-15: The Portland Trail Blazers have one of the best records in the Western Conference this season after posting a 23-7 record to start the 2014/2015 season. The Trail Blazers started this week by staying home in Portland and inside the Moda Center to play host to the suddenly hot Philadelphia 76ers. During the contest the 76ers failed to keep their winning streak going after a weak second half scoring. Portland’s Damian Lillard scored 28 points in the contest while the team held the Sixers highest scorer Tony Wroten to just 22 points. After 48 minutes and a strong display of defense from Portland the Trail Blazers had taken down the 76ers by the final score of 114-93. Portland hoped to keep their winning streak alive in their next contest when the team stayed home inside Moda Center to host the New York Knicks. During the contest the Knicks were out of the game quite early shooting just 33% from the field as a team. Carmelo Anthony struggled while Amar’e Stoudemire took the night off as the team fell to the Trail Blazers by the score of 101-79. Portland’s attack was led by 28 points from Wesley Matthews in the easy victory over the Knicks. Portland hoped for similar results in their next contest when the team stayed home to host the Eastern Conference’s best team in the Toronto Raptors. During the contest the Raptors had a surprising and rare off night shooting the basketball en route to a 102-97 loss to Portland. Toronto shot 40% from the field as a team but managed just 4-22 from beyond the arc which ultimately decided their fate in this game. Portland managed to knock down 12 three point shots in the contest led by Damian Lillard’s 26 points and four three pointers to lead all scorers. Toronto countered with 25 points from Kyle Lowry but it was not enough in the loss to the Trail Blazers. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 26-7. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to host the Atlanta Hawks, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat inside Moda Center.

    12-22-14: The Portland Trail Blazers have started the 2014/2015 campaign with one of the best records in the Western Conference posting a very impressive 17-5 record. The Trail Blazers started this week by traveling to Chicago to take on the Chicago Bulls. During the contest the Bulls held the Trail Blazers down for four quarters not with strong defense and rebounding superiority but by simply outscoring the opposition. Both Damian Lillard and LeMarcus Aldridge scored 35 points for Portland while Derrick Rose led the Bulls with 31 points but it was the supporting casts that decided this contest. Portland had one other player score in double figured besides Lillard and Aldridge while Chicago had five others in a 115-106 victory for the Bulls. The very next night Portland was back out on the road facing off with the Indiana Pacers in Indiana. During the contest the Blazers defense was stingy holding the Pacers to just 39% shooting which made things easy for Portland. LeMarcus Aldridge led the Portland attack with 19 points and 14 rebounds while Indiana’s C.J. Watson led all scorers with 23 points in the contest. The supporting cast for Aldridge was a little better as Portland went on to beat Indiana by the score of 95-85. Portland looked to keep their winning ways going in their next contest when the team traveled home to play host to Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs. During the contest the Spurs were without Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan as the rest of the team did what they could to pick up the slack. LaMarcus Aldridge and Damian Lillard combined for 48 points in the contest without the Spurs best defensive players on the court and made scoring look relatively easy at times. The Spurs without Duncan and Ginobili were no match for the Blazers as Portland went on to beat San Antonio by the score of 108-95. The Blazers searched for another win in their next contest when the team stayed home in Moda Center to host the Milwaukee Bucks. During the contest these two teams had comparable stats from the free throw line and the three point line but the difference came in the rebounding department. Portland pulled down 52 rebounds as a team in the contest which led to an extra 10 shooting attempts while Milwaukee managed to pull down just 32 rebounds. Portland used those extra shooting opportunities to take a lead that the team would not relinquish in a 104-97 victory for the Trail Blazers. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 20-6. Get your tickets for next week as the team sets out on the road to face off with the San Antonio Spurs, the New Orleans Pelicans, the Houston Rockets and the Oklahoma City Thunder.

    12-15-14: The Portland Trail Blazers have started the 2014/2015 season with one of the best records in all of the Western Conference posting a very impressive 15-4 record to start the campaign. The Trail Blazers started this week by traveling to New York and Madison Square Garden to take on Carmelo Anthony’s struggling New York Knicks. During the contest the Knicks shot 52% from the field which had the team thinking positive about ending their extended losing streak. The Blazers had other plans though as the team dominated the rebounding department, the free throw line and three point land. LeMarcus Aldridge led the Blazers with 24 points while Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks with 23 but in the end Portland was too much for New York. The Trail Blazers went on to beat the Knicks by the final score of 103-99. The Blazers looked to keep up with their winning ways in their next contest when the team traveled to Detroit to take on the Detroit Pistons. During the contest the Trail Blazers held Detroit to just 35% shooting from the field in a cold night of shooting for the Pistons. Detroit scored no more than 24 points in a quarter and was led by 22 points from Greg Monroe. In the end Portland and LeMarcus Aldridge were too much for the Pistons as the Trail Blazers beat Detroit by the score of 98-86. The Blazers finished their week off by traveling out on the road to Minnesota to face off with the Minnesota Timberwolves. During the contest the Timberwolves put some distance between them and Portland on the free throw line as Minnesota knocked down 15 more shots from the charity stripe then the Blazers did. Portland made up that deficit and kept the game close from beyond the arc as the team shot 10-35 from beyond the arc while Minnesota managed just one three point shot. Minnesota grabbed 18 more rebounds than the Trail Blazers in the contest and used the extra opportunities to get fouled, go to the line and win the contest by the score of 90-82. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 17-5. Get your Trail Blazers tickets for next week as the team travels out on the road to face off with the Chicago Bulls and the Indiana Pacers before returning home to Portland to host the San Antonio Spurs and the Milwaukee Bucks.

    12-5-14: The Portland Trail Blazers have been one of the best teams in the Western Conference through the first five weeks of the season as the team has posted a 12-3 record. The Trail Blazers started this week by heading back home the night after the Thanksgiving holiday to play host to the red hot Memphis Grizzlies. During the contest the Blazers had no answer for the Grizzlies hot shooting hand as Memphis finished the contest with a staggering 54% shooting percentage. Marc Gasol led the way for Memphis scoring 26 points, 7 rebounds, and 9 assists as the Grizzlies center narrowly missed a triple-double. Wesley Matthews matched Gasol’s 26 points for the Blazers but his supporting cast was not up to task as Portland fell to Memphis in this contest by the score of 112-99. Portland looked to get back to their winning ways in their next contest when the team traveled back home to play host to the Minnesota Timberwolves. During the contest the Wolves jumped all over the Blazers in the first quarter only to give it right back with a 14 point second quarter to limp into halftime trailing by 10 points. Minnesota did not recover from that second quarter blunder as Shabazz Muhammad’s 28 point night was not enough in a 107-93 loss to the Trail Blazers. Portland was led by 26 points and 15 rebounds from LeMarcus Aldridge and 23 points from Wesley Matthews in the victory over the Wolves. The Trail Blazers looked to keep their winning ways going in their next contest when the team traveled to Denver to play a road game against the Denver Nuggets. During the contest LeMarcus Aldridge absolutely went off for the Blazers scoring a game high 39 points while collecting a game high 11 rebounds leaving the Nuggets scratching their heads on how to stop the Portland forward. Aldridge took a staggering 30 shots knocking down 16 of them as the Blazers went on to beat the Nuggets by the score of 105-103. Denver’s offensive attack was led by Ty Lawson’s 24 point night but it was not enough as the team could not stop nor outscore Aldridge in the contest. Portland finished their week off back at the Moda Center playing host to the Indiana Pacers in a home game. During the contest the Pacers came out of the gate sluggish and not shooting well from the field as the team finished with just 33 points in the first half. The Blazers took full advantage of this slow start and used it to stave off a second half comeback from Indiana even though Portland was not firing on all cylinders either. Portland was led by 23 points from Damian Lillard as the Trail Blazers ended the week on a high note beating the Pacers by the score of 88-82. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 15-4. Get your Trail Blazers tickets for next week as the team travels out on the road to face off with the New York Knicks, the Detroit Pistons and the Minnesota Timberwolves.

    11-28-14: The Portland Trail Blazers have had one of the best starts to the 2014/2015 season as the team has posted an impressive 8-3 record in the new campaign. The Trail Blazers started this week by traveling back home to Moda Center to host the Chicago Bulls in a big showdown between two strong teams. The Blazers played all 15 of their players and had five players score in double digits while 14 of their players scored at least one bucket in the contest. The Bulls had no answer in the contest while the team shot just 36% from the field and 36% from three point land as the Trail Blazers took down the Bulls by the score of 105-87. In the Trail Blazers next contest the team traveled to Boston to take on the Boston Celtics in a road game. In the contest Jeff Green and Jared Sullinger scores 19 points each for the Celtics but the team struggled as a whole from the field on the night. Boston finished the game with just a 39% shooting percentage and a 22% shooting percentage from three point land in a 94-88 loss to the Trail Blazers. Portland was led by 20 points and 14 points from LeMarcus Aldridge as the Trail Blazers completed a second half comeback in the victory. Portland looked to take that momentum and start a winning streak in their next contest when the team traveled to Philadelphia to take on the winless Philadelphia 76ers. In the contest Michael Carter-Williams scored 24 points and grabbed 7 rebounds while Henry Sims added 22 points for the 76ers. It was not enough though as LeMarcus Aldridge was unstoppable in the game scoring 33 points and grabbing 11 rebounds while Wesley Matthews added 17 points in a 114-104 victory for Portland. Portland looked to keep their winning ways going in their next contest as the team traveled to Charlotte to take on the Charlotte Hornets before Thanksgiving. During the contest Brian Roberts had a career night for the Hornets scoring 24 points while star Al Jefferson added 21 points and 14 rebounds as Charlotte shot 44% from the field as a team. Portland ruined Roberts’ career night by exploding in the third quarter and completing a second half comeback to win the game by the score of 105-97. In the contest Wesley Matthews led all scorers with 28 points while Damian Lillard added 22 points in the victory for Portland. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 12-3. Get your Trail Blazers tickets for next week as the team travels back home to host the Memphis Grizzlies and the Minnesota Timberwolves before setting out on the road to face off with the Denver Nuggets. Portland will then finish their week off by coming back to Moda Center to host the Indiana Pacers.

    11-21-14: The Portland Trail Blazers have had one of the better starts to the 2014/2015 season as the team has posted a 6-3 record to start the new campaign. The Trail Blazers started this week by heading back home to Portland to host the Brooklyn Nets. Brooklyn took 19 shots from beyond the three point line in the contest and only knocked down one of them as the Nets shot just 5% from three point land. Meanwhile the Trail Blazers knocked down 11 of their 26 attempts from beyond the three point mark as Portland took down the Nets by the score of 97-87.The Trail Blazers stayed in Portland for their next contest as the team hosted the New Orleans Pelicans to finish out what was a short week. In the contest New Orleans forward Anthony Davis led all scorers with 31 points and 11 rebounds as the Pelicans took a lead with them into the fourth quarter. The Blazers had an offensive explosion in the fourth quarter posting 34 points while holding New Orleans to just 13 points as Portland went on to win the game by the score of 102-93. The Trail Blazers were led by 24 points from Damian Lillard and 22 points from LeMarcus Aldridge in the victory for Portland. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 8-3. Get your Trail Blazers tickets for next week as the team travels back home to host the Chicago Bulls before traveling out on the road to face off with the Boston Celtics, the Philadelphia 76ers and the Charlotte Hornets.

    11-14-14: The Portland Trail Blazers had a good start to their 2014/2015 campaign last week as the team posted a 3-2 record heading into the second week of the new season. The Trail Blazers started this week by traveling to the Staples Center to take on the Los Angeles Clippers in a road game. In the contest the Trail Blazers Damian Lillard, LeMarcus Aldridge, and Robin Lopez did the bulk of the scoring for Portland combing for 65 of the team’s 102 points on the night. The Clippers JJ Redick led all scorers with 30 points while Blake Griffin added 23 points and Chris Paul added 22 points as Los Angeles edges the Trail Blazers by the score of 106-102. The next night the Blazers tried to avenge their loss to the Clippers when the team headed home to host the Denver Nuggets at home. In the contest LeMarcus Aldridge led all scorers with 28 points while Wesley Matthews added 21 points as Portland routed the Nuggets by the score of 116-100. Kenneth Faried scored 19 points in the contest to lead all Denver players but it wasn’t enough as the team shot just 40% from the field in this contest. Aldridge and the Trail Blazers looked to keep their momentum swinging in the right direction in their next contest when they welcomed the Charlotte Hornets at home in the Moda Center. In the game the Hornets were led by 22 points from Al Jefferson as the team took a comfortable lead with them into the fourth quarter. The Trail Blazers exploded in the fourth quarter behind Damian Lillard and LeMarcus Aldridge as Portland outscored the Hornets 27-15 in the final quarter to win the game by the score of 102-100. Portland finished the week by traveling to Denver to take on the Denver Nuggets. In the contest Portland shot 51% from the field and 49% from beyond the arc in a blowout victory over the Nuggets. Denver went cold in the contest shooting just 43% from the field and 35% from the three point line in a 130-113 victory for the Trail Blazers. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 6-3. Get your Trail Blazers tickets for next week as the team hosts the Brooklyn Nets and the New Orleans Pelicans at home before the Moda Center hosts a Justin Timberlake concert on Thursday, November 20.

    11-7-14: The Portland Trail Blazers started their 2014/2015 season off last week by hosting the Kevin Durant-less Oklahoma City Thunder in a game that Portland dominated to start their season 1-0. With the 2014/2015 season entering its first full week the Trail Blazers headed to Sacramento to take on the Kings on the road. In the game Sacramento’s Rudy Gay had his way with the Portland defense as the forward torched the Trail Blazers for 40 points and 8 rebounds on 13-19 shooting. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 22 points for Portland while Damian Lillard added 20 points but it was not enough as the Kings went on to win the contest by the score of 103-94. After the loss Portland traveled back home to host the Golden State Warriors looking to avoid a losing streak. Golden State was led by 29 points from Klay Thompson and 21 points from Stephen Curry as the Warriors went on to win the contest by 95-90. Portland was led by 26 points from LaMarcus Aldridge in the contest but it wasn’t enough as the Trail Blazers only shot 64% from the free throw line in the game and 40% from the field in the loss. Portland stayed home to host the Cleveland Cavaliers as the team hoped to end their two game losing streak. In the contest Portland’s defense held LeBron James to just 11 points in the contest and Kevin Love to just 22 points as only three members of Cleveland were able to score in double digits. Cleveland shot 37% from the field on the night including Kyrie Irving shooting just 3-17 from the field. Portland was led by Damon Lillard’s 27 points and Wesley Matthew’s 21 points as the Trail Blazers went on to win the game by the score of 101-82. The Trail Blazers finished their schedule up by traveling to Dallas to take on the Dallas Mavericks on the road. In the game Portland was led by 20 points from LaMarcus Aldridge and 18 points from Damian Lillard in a 108-87 victory for the Trail Blazers. Portland held Dirk Nowitzki to just 17 points and the rest of the Mavericks to just 37% shooting in the victory. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 3-2. Get your Trail Blazers tickets for next week as the team travels to Los Angeles to take on the Los Angeles Clippers on the road. Portland will then travel home for a pair of home games against the Denver Nuggets and the Charlotte Hornets before heading back out on the road to play the Denver Nuggets.

    10-31-14: The Portland Trail Blazers tipped off the 2014-2015 season by facing off with the Oklahoma City Thunder at home in their home opener after posting a 4-3 record in the preseason. Portland trimmed their roster to the 15 player maximum before the season tipped off by waiving Diante Garrett and Darius Morris while also declining an extension offer with Thomas Robinson. Robinson could still return to Portland after the season, and spoke with reporters this week expressing an interest to return to the Trail Blazers, since Portland only has $17.4 million in commitments for next season. The newly trimmed Trail Blazers hosted the Oklahoma City Thunder and LaMarcus Aldridge and Wesley Matthews made quick work of OKC with a 106-89 victory. Aldridge led all Portland scorers with 27 points while Matthews chipped in 22 points. Okalhoma City’s scoring attack was led by Russell Westbrook’s 38 points but only two other Thunder players scored in double digits in the loss. Get your Trail Blazers tickets for next week as the team travels to Sacramento to take on the Kings before hosting three home games against the Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Dallas Mavericks.

    10-29-14: Damian Lillard quickly became a household name during the Trail Blazers’ playoff run last season. His team would ultimately fall to the Spurs in the Western Conference Semifinals, but the Blazers’ 54-win season has restored a sense of success back in Portland. The average price for Trail Blazers tickets on the secondary market this season is $109.27, a drop of 20.6% from last season’s average of $137.68. Despite the decrease in season average, the Blazers are again poised to compete with the Thunder in the Northwest division all season long.

    10-24-14: Under the direction of point guard Damian Lillard, the Portland Trail Blazers led an impressive run into the Conference Semifinals against Spurs. The Trail Blazers finished with a 54-28 record last season and solidified themselves as one of the NBA’s premiere up-and-coming teams. They own a 3-3 record in the preseason.

    10-15-14: The Portland Trailblazers begun their preseason on Oct 7 with a 92-73 loss to the Utah Jazz, followed by another loss to Utah on Oct 9, but are coming off a 119-114 win over the Los Angeles Clippers in their last outing. Next up on the Portland Trailblazers preseason schedule is a meeting with Maccabi Haifa this Friday at the Moda Center, followed by three more remaining preseason games with the Nuggets, Lakers, and Clippers before kicking off their regular season on Oct 29 against the OKC Thunder.

    10-8-14: The Portland Trailblazers kicked off their preseason last night with a loss to the Utah Jazz as Portalnd will get another crack at the Jazz tomorrow night at the Moda Center, followed by a October 12th meeting with the LA Clippers at home, with remaining preseason games with the Maccabi Haifa, Nuggets, Lakers, and Clippers to finish out their preseason schedule. The Trailblazers had a successful year last season and look to be more of threat this season in the loaded Western Conference.

    9-22-14: The Blazers after reaching the second round of the playoffs for the first time in fourteen years are returning with their same effective starting five from last year. Their bench production was an issue last year and the Blazers did little to fix that. Losing Mo Williams to Minnesota was huge while they did pick up Steve Blake he is now 34 and has had issues staying healthy in the past. They picked up Chris Kamen to be the backup center behind Robin Lopez. A nice addition, Kamen averaged 10 points and 6 rebounds last season with the Lakers in only 18 minutes per game. The question remains if this team can make it back to the semi-finals and beyond.

    8-13-14: The Portland Trailblazers had a good year last season reaching the second round in the playoffs and come into this season with the same core of guys but with some added veteran talent with the addition of Steve Blake who had a productive season with the Lakers and added Chris Kaman for two years at around 4.9 million but didn’t have any drafts this year. The Blazers will be in the hunt but not a team that looks like it can go even further in the NBA playoffs this season.

    5-19-14: The San Antonio Spurs took a commanding 3-0 lead in the series with a 118-103 victory over the Trail Blazers on Saturday in Portland. However, the Trail Blazers bounced back in Game 4. Although Mo Williams sat out that contest, Portland was able to stave off elimination. Damian Lillard scored a game-high 25 points and Nicolas Batum led all players that evening with 14 rebounds, as the Blazers defeated the Spurs, 103-92. Batum also chipped in with a game-high eight assists in Game 4, but his strong performance in Game 5 was not enough to help the Blazers bring the series back to Portland.

    5-12-14: The Trail Blazers finished their first-round series with a huge shot, but the team unfortunately has not had the opportunity to attempt any of those in the second round. Portland has dropped its first two games against the San Antonio Spurs and is not looking like it will be able to have a chance in the series. The Spurs are just too dominant, but there are quite a few veterans on their roster. The Blazers have a bright future because their squad is full of young players. Damian Lillard is one of those players and his buzzer-beating 3-pointer won the first round for the Blazers.

    5-5-14: The Trail Blazers could not close out the series on the road, but the team is still in the driver’s seat. After losing their first game of the series on Friday, the Blazers bounced back to win Game 4 two days later. Both of those contests went to overtime, but LaMarcus Aldridge’s game-high 29 points on Sunday led Portland to the 123-120 overtime victory. Nicolas Batum also chipped in 25 points that night. Unfortunately, the Blazers could not make it back-to-back wins. Wesley Matthews led all scorers with 27 points at the Toyota Center in Game 5, but the Rockets won, 108-98.

    4-28-14: The Trail Blazers were on their way to losing Game 1, but Terry Stotts decided to intentionally foul Dwight Howard. The plan worked as Howard missed quite a few free throws, and LaMarcus Aldridge set a new franchise record for points in a playoff game with 46. Damian Lillard chipped in 31 points as well in the 122-120 overtime victory in Houston. The Blazers then took a 2-0 lead against the Rockets behind another stellar performance from Aldridge. He was very efficient again as he led all players with 43 points that night. Lillard dished off a game-high 11 assists as well.

    4-21-14: The Trail Blazers had a fantastic April, as they finished with the Western Conference’s best record in that month. Although Portland had a sluggish second half of the season, when LaMarcus Aldridge returned from his back injury, the Blazers played a lot better. They are in the playoffs for the first time since 2011, and they take on the Houston Rockets in the first round. As the best overall corner 3-point team in the NBA, the Blazers will hope to continue their success in those areas on the floor in the playoffs. Wesley Matthews finished in the top five in made corner 3-pointers this past season.

    4-16-14: Portland Trail Blazers playoff tickets average $161 on the secondary market, which is 7th in the western conference and 13th overall. The regular season average was $139, meaning there is a 15% premium for Blazers playoff tickets. The Blazers are currently the 5th seed in the West and will face the Houston Rockets in the opening round.

    4-7-14: The return of LaMarcus Aldridge is making opponents afraid of the Trail Blazers as the playoffs near. The Blazers won all three of their games this past week to move 22 games above .500. On Friday, Mo Williams came off the bench to score a game-high 18 points in Portland’s 91-74 victory over the Bulls in Chicago. Aldridge led all scorers with 28 points in the Blazers’ seven-point win over the Memphis Grizzlies two days later. Then, on Tuesday, Damian Lillard put up 34 points along with eight assists and LaMarcus Aldridge had 31 points and 15 rebounds in the Blazers’ 124-112 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.

    4-1-14: LaMarcus Aldridge cannot be injured anymore this season if the Trail Blazers want to win. They dropped each of the three games without him this week. Portland began a five-game road trip in Charlotte on Saturday. The Blazers dropped that game to the Bobcats by 30 points. They then lost to the Miami Heat by two points and to the Orlando Magic by 10 points. In Orlando, Robin Lopez’s 20 points and game-high 13 rebounds were the bright spot of the night. LaMarcus Aldridge returned from a seven-game absence on Thursday to put up game-highs in points and rebounds en route to the Blazers’ 100-85 victory.

    3-24-14: Even without LaMarcus Aldridge, the Trail Blazers bounced back this past week and posted a 3-1 record. They traveled to New Orleans for Friday’s contest against the Pelicans. Portland defeated New Orleans by eight points to move to 20 games above .500. The Blazers then returned home for a three-game homestand. They dropped Sunday’s game to the Golden State Warriors by one point, but then beat the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday and the Washington Wizards on Thursday. Wesley Matthews was the game-high scorer in both of those games. He scored 26 points on Tuesday and put up 28 points on Thursday.

    3-17-14: The Trail Blazers had a diffi cult week on the road. They played four projected playoff teams from the Western Conference and lost all four games. On Friday, Sunday and Wednesday, Portland played in Texas. The team fell by five points each to the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets. The Blazers then traveled to Tennessee on Tuesday. Damian Lillard’s game-high 32 points were not enough as Portland lost, 109-99, to the Memphis Grizzlies. Unfortunately, the news was even worse on Wednesday. Not only did the Blazers lose by 13 points in San Antonio, but LaMarcus Aldridge also suffered a back injury, and he will miss the next two games.

    3-10-14: The Trail Blazers finished their four-game homestand with a 3-1 record. They won two of their three contests this past week to move to 23 games above .500. On Saturday, Nicolas Batum grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds and helped the Blazers to their fifth consecutive win. Then on Monday, Portland suffered a frustrating loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. With just 6.9 seconds remaining, Kent Bazemore’s lob to Wesley Johnson beat the Blazers. In spite of LaMarcus Aldridge’s 1-of-13 shooting on Wednesday, Portland was able to blow out the Atlanta Hawks, 102-78. In that contest, Batum set another new career-high in rebounds, as he brought down 18 boards.

    3-3-14: The Blazers won their 5th straight in a 102-96 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Saturday Night. All star LaMarcus Aldridge scored 16 points and grabbed 7 rebounds after missing the previous five games rehabbing from a groin strain. The Blazers currently hold a 1 game lead over the Los Angeles Clippers for the 3rd seed in the Western Conference.

    3-2-14: Now, this is what Trail Blazers fans like to see. Not only did coach Terry Stotts wear a leisure suit to honor Dr. Jack Ramsay’s 89th birthday in Friday’s game against the Utah Jazz, but the Blazers are also playing fantastic basketball lately. They won all four of their games this past week, and they impressively accomplished that feat without leading scorer LaMarcus Aldridge. Damian Lillard filled in valiantly for the Blazers. He posted game-highs in each of the first three games of the week as his team defeated the Utah Jazz, Minnesota Timberwolves and Denver Nuggets. Then, when playing on the second night of a back-to-back set, the Blazers beat the Brooklyn Nets by a whopping 44 points.

    2-28-14: The top 5 most expensive remaining Portland Trail Blazers tickets are: March 16th vs the Golden State Warriors, March 3rd vs the Los Angeles Lakers, April 16th vs the Los Angeles Clippers, April 13th vs the Golden State Warriors, and April 4th vs the Phoenix Suns. The Blazers will tip off with the Denver Nuggets tomorrow night at the Moda Center.

    2-27-14: The Blazers put the smackdown on the Nets last night with a 44-point victory at the Moda Center. No Net scored more than 12 points while the Blazers saw players score in double digits off the bench alone. The dominating victory included doubling up Brooklyn 42 to 21 in the 4th quarter.

    2-26-14: The Blazers will look to make it 4 in a row as they host the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night. The Nets have recently made headlines with their signing of Center Jason Collins, the first openly gay NBA player. Collins was scoreless in ten minutes of action during his first game against the Lakers.

    2-25-14: Former Blazer point guard Raymond Felton was arrested early Tuesday morning on three counts of criminal possession of a weapon. The weapons were turned in to authorities by Felton's wife as the couple undergo a divorce. Felton averaged 11.4 points and 6.5 assists per game while with the Blazers during the 2011-2012 season.

    2-24-14: Damian Lillard had a very busy All-Star weekend, as he participated in the Rising Stars Challenge, the skills challenge, the 3-Point Shootout, the dunk contest and the All-Star game. Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge both came off the bench for the Western Conference All-Star team. While it was an enjoyable weekend for Trail Blazers fans, they were not happy to see that Aldridge is out for a week because of a left groin strain. Without their leading scorer, the Blazers almost defeated the San Antonio Spurs. Lillard scored a game-high 31 points, but that was not enough.

    2-18-14: The Trail Blazers have recently fallen in the Western Conference standings, and this week did not help their playoff position. They dropped three of their four games, and Portland fans now hope that the Blazers can regain themselves after some time off. However, the team’s top players will be busy during All-Star weekend. Damian Lillard is the first player ever to compete in three events on All-Star Saturday. In addition, he will take part in the Rising Stars Challenge and the All-Star game. LaMarcus Aldridge, who is making his third straight appearance in the All-Star game, has been a scoring machine recently. His best performance of the week came on Saturday at Minnesota when his game-high 26 points led the Blazers to a seven-point victory.

    2-10-14: After losing two games in the entire month of November, the Trail Blazers dropped four contests in December. Then, they fell back to earth with six losses in January. Damian Lillard was determined to not let the trend continue in February, as he guided Portland to a 2-1 record to start the month. On Saturday, the Toronto Raptors mounted a comeback, but Lillard hit a six-footer with just 11 seconds remaining to give the Blazers the lead for good. Although they fell in Washington on Monday, the Blazers bounced back to beat the New York Knicks two days later and move to 35-14.

    2-4-14: Although the Trail Blazers have multiple all-star selections in the same year for the first time in two decades, wins have been hard to come by recently for Portland. Terry Stotts’ squad has fallen back to earth as the team’s schedule has included more Western Conference opponents. This past week ended a stretch of eight games in which the Blazers had to face difficult teams from their own conference. After beginning the season 29-9, they went 4-4 in that span. However, with their win on Saturday against the Timberwolves, the Blazers now have matched their 2012-13 win total. Although Portland fell to the Golden State Warriors and Memphis Grizzlies, LaMarcus Aldridge and the rest of the Blazers will look to get that elusive 34th win soon.

    1-27-14: The Trail Blazers had busy week, as they went on a four-game road trip and then returned home to play a fifth contest. First, they went to the Texas Triangle and almost swept all three teams. On Friday, the Blazers defeated the San Antonio Spurs, 109-100, to stop the Spurs’ six-game winning streak. LaMarcus Aldridge’s team-high 26 points and game-high 13 rebounds led the way that night for Portland. Then, Aldridge, Damian Lillard and Robin Lopez all registered double-doubles as the Blazers dominated the Dallas Mavericks. However, even with a 20-20 game from Aldridge on Monday, the Blazers fell to the Houston Rockets. Tuesday’s game was tough as well: Portland did not do enough to stop Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Aldridge did help his team bounce back on Thursday, as he scored a career-high 44 points, including Portland’s last 15 points of the game, to get the Blazers just one win shy of last season’s total.

    1-20-14: LaMarcus Aldridge is well on his way to his third consecutive All-Star game appearance. He has averaged more than 28 points and 12 rebounds over the last five contests. Although the Trail Blazers dropped games to the Philadelphia 76ers and Sacramento Kings, he helped them bounce back with three straight victories. On Wednesday, Aldridge hit his first 3-pointer of the season en route to his game-high 32 points. Portland defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers, 108-96, that night and moved to 29-9 for the first time in 15 years. The Blazers now head to Texas and Oklahoma for a four-game road trip, so they definitely will be put to the test.

    1-7-14: The Trail Blazers had quite a few difficult games this past week, as they pushed through and finished with a 2-2 record. They lost extremely close games to the Miami Heat at home and to the Pelicans in New Orleans. Portland quickly bounced back as they traveled to Oklahoma City the next day and made a double-digit comeback to beat the Thunder. LaMarcus Aldridge’s team-high 25 points and 14 rebounds led the way for the Blazers that night, and they have now taken two straight from the Thunder after losing the seven previous meetings. Portland then returned home to win by 30 points against the Charlotte Bobcats.

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    Average Home Price Since 2010

    Year Avg Price
    2010-2011: $69.85
    2011-2012: $80.69
    2012-2013: $87.79
    2013-2014: $138.53
    2014-2015: $106.27

    Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    11/04/2014 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: $213.14
    2/27/2015 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: $156.74
    10/29/2014 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: $152.19
    11/28/2014 vs. Memphis Grizzlies: $146.88
    4/01/2015 vs. Los Angeles Clippers: $135.84

    Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    12/28/2103 vs. Miami Heat: $316.46
    2/19/2014 vs. San Antonio Spurs: $310.89
    1/11/2014 vs. Boston Celtics: $301.44
    1/25/2014 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves: $254.05
    12/26/2013 vs. Los Angeles Lakers: $246.43

    Five Least Expensive Homes Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    2/03/2015 vs. Utah Jazz: $72.59
    11/11/2014 vs. Charlotte Hornets: $80.53
    11/21/2014 vs. Chicago Bulls: $83.82
    3/30/2015 vs. Phoenix Suns: $86.70
    12/30/2014 vs. Toronto Raptors: $87.57

    Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    12/20/2010 vs. Milwaukee Bucks: $44
    3/29/2012 vs. New Orleans Hornets: $45
    11/12/2012 vs. Atlanta Hawks: $46
    12/10/2012 vs. Toronto Raptors: $48
    4/09/2012 vs. Houston Rockets: $48

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