Portland Trail Blazers

Blazers party like it’s 1970 in the preseason

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Trail Blazers kicked off their 50th anniversary season with a preseason game where it all started, Portland’s Memorial Coliseum. The Blazers played at the Memorial Coliseum for 25 seasons from 1970-95 before moving to the Rose Garden, now the Moda Center. On Tuesday night...
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Trail Blazers' Season Ends With 119-117 Loss to Warriors

The Portland Trail Blazers played a spectacular Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors. Nearly 40% from the 3-point line ... Wining the turnover battle ... MEYERS LEONARD! In the end it wasn't enough. The Warriors completed the sweep and won 119-117, tonight. They...
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Trail Blazers Lose Game 3 to Warriors, 110-99. Down 0-3 in Series

The Trail Blazers are now in a situation considered to be a basketball death sentence; 0-3. They lost Game 3 to the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, 110-99. The team and fan base came out with a lot of energy thanks to some early scoring and solid play from surprise starter,...
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Trail Blazers Lose Game 2 to the Warriors, 114-111

The Portland Trail Blazers and Golden State Warriors played a truly exciting and great basektball game, tonight. But after the clock hit 00:00 in the 4th, the Dubs walked away with a WCF Game 2 win, 114-111. It's just as amazing as it is sad that Portland had a dominant 15 point lead at the end of...
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Trail Blazers Lose Game 1 of Western Conference Finals

The Trail Blazers have landed from cloud nine and were met with a 116-94 loss to the defending champion Golden State Warriors in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals. For some reason the game felt very uneventful because of the pace and lack of scoring the first half. But as the game continued...
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Damian Lillard on the court

Portland vs. Golden State ::: by the numbers

I did a little math, as cool kids tend to do, and tallied the scores of the Blazers vs. Warriors series. Over 5 games, the Warriors scored 593 points and the Blazers scored 571. 593 to 571. That's just 22 points over 5 games, or 4.4 points per game. I think any NBA team would be happy to lose by 4...
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