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Portland Trail Blazers 2014 News and Updates
5/14/14 - They avoided the sweep, but the Portland Trail Blazers are still staring into a 3 games to 1 abyss in their second round series with San Antonio. The Blazers used a big push in the third and fourth quarters, leading by as many as 20 points, to prevent a Spurs sweep, with a 103-92 victory on May 12. Portland got strong performances from Damian Lillard, who recorded 25 points, five assists and four rebounds; LaMarcus Aldridge, who had 19 points; and Nicolas Batum, who picked up a double-double of 14 points, 14 rebounds, eight assists, a steal and a block in the win. Also making a key contribution off the bench was guard Will Barton, who added 17 points and six rebounds to the mix.
5/9/14 - As their second round series with West top seed San Antonio shifts to the Moda Center in Portland, the Portland Trail Blazers find themselves staring at a two games to none deficit, having lost Games 1 and 2 in San Antonio by a combined 41 points. In Game 2, despite losing 114-97, the Blazers got a top performance from small forward Nicolas Batum, who led the team with 21 points, along with nine rebounds, a pair of assists and a steal; Damian Lillard, who provided the series-clinching heroics last round, found himself held to 19 points, five boards and five assists in Game 2, and LaMarcus Aldridge collected a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds.
4/30/14 - In this series, it’s been all Rip City. The Portland Trail Blazers have used outstanding performances (and a little luck) to dominate their series with fourth seed Houston, leading by three games to one going into Game 5. Standouts include LaMarcus Aldridge’s 43-point/eight rebound/three block explosion in Game 2; Damian Lillard’s 30 points in the lone loss (Game 3) for the Blazers; and most recently in Game 4, four Blazers – Aldridge (29 points), Nicolas Batum (25 points), Lillard (23 points) and Wesley Matthews (21 points) combining forces to put Houston in a two game hole. Still, the series has been closely fought, with three of the four games played through April 27 going into overtime. The Blazers will wear a jersey patch going forward to honor the memory of former coach Dr. Jack Ramsay, who led the Blazers to their lone NBA title in 1977.
4/17/14 - With an overtime victory against Golden State on April 13, the Portland Trail Blazers cleared some standings space between themselves and the Warriors, and set up a likely first-round playoff date with Houston. The Blazers relied heavily on their starting five in this game, as just three reserves saw court time – but one of those reserves, Mo Williams, came up in a big way with 18 points. LaMarcus Aldridge had a huge game for the Blazers, scoring 26 points, pulling down seven boards, with three steals and a pair of assists; Wesley Matthews poured in 24, with three rebounds, three assist and a steal. Nicolas Batum had a double-double of 18 points and a dozen rebounds, along with five assists; while Damian Lillard chipped in 13 points, five assists, three boards, a steal and a block.
4/9/14 - With their 100-94 win over visiting New Orleans on April 6, the Portland Trail Blazers booked their place in the NBA postseason; However, the Oregonian newspaper reports that the Blazers are “not satisfied,” and describing the mood in the locker room as “more business-as-usual than celebratory.” The Blazers got a number of standout performances in their clinching game, starting with LaMarcus Aldridge’s 25 points, 18 rebounds, and four blocks; and Nicolas Batum, who added 16 points and 12 boards. Wesley Matthews, with 21 points, and Damian Lillard, with 20 (along with six rebounds, five assists and three steals) joined Aldridge at the 20-point plateau.
4/1/14 - The Portland Trail Blazers returned home to the Moda Center this past weekend, after a four games in five days road trip into the Eastern Conference. The Blazers split those four games, falling to Miami and Orlando, then bouncing back with road wins over Atlanta and Chicago before the weekend’s home win over West playoff contender Memphis, 105-98, a win that the Portland Tribune newspaper described as “easier-than-it-sounds.” LaMarcus Aldridge, whom USA Today recently said, “is exactly what the Trail Blazers needed,” proved the newspaper’s point with a strong 28-point offensive performance, and Mo Williams came off the bench to contribute 17 points; guards Wesley Matthews (15 points) and Damian Lillard (13 points) also provided key contributions. Robin Lopez was a force in the paint, pulling down five offensive boards, five defensive boards, and blocking three shots.
3/25/14 - Since hitting the road for contests against Eastern Conference teams from the Southeast and Central Divisions, the Portland Trail Blazers have dropped their first two, a 30 point blowout at the hands of Charlotte, then followed that up with a 93-91 squeaker at Miami. Against the defending world champs, LaMarcus Aldridge was out with a back contusion, but four starters ended up with scoring in double figures; Damian Lillard led those with 19 points, followed by Wesley Matthews’ 15. Nicolas Batum contributed a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. As for Aldridge, team officials say he will get a practice in before returning to the lineup.
3/18/14 - As the season grows shorter, so do opportunities for the Portland Trail Blazers to put ground between themselves and the teams behind them in the playoff picture, and the Blazers squandered one such opportunity this past weekend, dropping a 113-112 heartbreaker to Golden State at the Moda Center. Blazers starters Damian Lillard and Nicolas Batum did their best to pull the Blazers through; Lillard collected 26 points and seven assists in the loss, while Batum had a double-double, garnering 23 points and 14 rebounds to go along with five assists, three steals and a block in the loss. Center Robin Lopez also added a double-double of his own with 14 points and 10 boards.
3/13/14 - Since heading on the road last week, the Portland Trail Blazers have dropped their first two contests on this swing through the Southwest Division, losing to Dallas 103-98 and then in overtime to Houston 118-113. The Blazers had no answer for the Rockets’ smaller lineup, as guards James Harden, Jeremy Lin and Patrick Beverley proved to be the keys to Houston’s victory. Still, a trio of Blazers – LaMarcus Aldridge (28), Wesley Matthews (26) and Damian Lillard (21) – each had over 20 points; while Aldridge (12), Nicolas Batum (12) and Robin Lopez (11) cleaned the glass effectively. Lopez added five blocked shots as well for the Blazers.
3/5/14 - Ouch. This one had to sting a little. The Portland Trail Blazers gave up a last second alley-oop play as time expired to fall to the cellar-dweller L.A. Lakers, 107-106. The Blazers had four of their five starters record double digit scoring efforts, including 21 from forward LaMarcus Aldridge and 20 from Damian Lillard; two other Blazers chalked up double-figure rebound counts – 16 (nine of them off the offensive glass) for center Robin Lopez, and 15 (including 10 defensive boards) for Nicolas Batum. The loss broke a five game winning streak for Portland.
2/26/14 - All Star representative Damian Lillard continued his hot scoring hand in the Portland Trail Blazers’ dismantling of the Minnesota Timberwolves last weekend. Lillard hung a game high 32 points on the T’wolves, along with a pair of rebounds and five assists. Thomas Robinson came off the bench for the Blazers and cleared 18 rebounds – 11 defensive and seven offensive – along with a pair of blocks, while Nicholas Batum also had a good night defensively too, with 10 rebounds and three blocked shots.
2/21/14 - Portland’s young star Damian Lillard had quite a busy weekend in New Orleans during last weekend’s NBA All Star festivities. As a starter in the BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge, Lillard had 13 points and five boards in Team Hill’s winning effort. On Saturday night, he highlighted the Skills Competition with Trey Burke for the win; he also participated in the three-point shooting competition and dunk contests. Finally, as a reserve in Sunday’s All Star Game, Lillard hit for nine points in as many minutes of court time.
2/6/14 - Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard is set to take part in the NBA’s dunk contest over All Star weekend in New Orleans. Lillard may also take part in the 3-point shooting contest as part of the contests on Saturday night, which would make him the first ever to take part in all five All Star events – the Rising Stars Challenge; the Skills Challenge; the 3-point and dunk contests; and the All Star Game itself, in which Lillard has been selected as a reserve.
1/31/14 - Highest scoring offense in the league? That may hold true for the Portland Trail Blazers, who sit tied with San Antonio for the second best win-loss record in the Western Conference, but don’t tell that to the Memphis Grizzlies, who held the Blazers scoreless for the first two minutes and 20 seconds of a recent win at the Moda Center in Portland. The Blazers lead the NBA not only in points per game average (108.4), but rebounds per game (46.6) as well.
1/20/14 - The Portland Trail Blazers are looking great, sitting atop the Northwest Division with a 31-9 record as the highest scoring team in the league (fronted by Damian Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge), and second in the Western Conference—just one game behind the San Antonio Spurs, who they beat last week 109-100. Portland is currently enjoying five consecutive victories, looking to extend their winning momentum tonight over the Houston Rockets and against the OKC Thunder this Tuesday. OKC is close to stealing the top spot in the division, so the match on Jan 21 is pivotal and you can score tickets for just $19! The Blazers will return home after a long four-game road trip to face the Denver Nuggets at the Rose Quarter. Portland tickets start at an affordable $19 on Jan 23, followed by fellow Northwest opponents, the Minnesota Timberwolves, Saturday Jan 25—get into this hot match for $47. Buy Portland Trail Blazers tickets now and join them on their road to playoffs this season!
Portland Trail Blazers 2013-2014 Season
The average price for Trail Blazers tickets at the newly renamed Moda Center
this coming season is $98. After opening the season with two road games in Phoenix and Denver, the Blazers 11/2 home opener against the defending Western Conference Champion Spurs is averaging $118. The most expensive game at the former Rose Garden in 2013-14 is the 12/28 match-up against the NBA Champion Miami Heat
, averaging $253. With an average price of $191, the 3/3 game against the Lakers is the second-most expensive. Rounding out the Blazers’ five most expensive home games are the Clippers on 12/26, Nets on 2/26, and Thunder on $211.
The Portland Trail Blazers continue to rebuild around 2-time All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge and 2013 Rookie of the Year Damian Lillard. Second-year coach Terry Stotts looks to improve on the team’s 2012-13 record of 33-40 and challenge for a playoff berth. With the additions of former top-5 pick Thomas Robinson and rookie 2013 first round draft pick CJ McCollum, the team managed to add young talent to its already promising core. Veteran free agent big-man Robin Lopez and sharpshooter Dorel Wright should also be important pieces this season. Amidst speculation surrounding Aldridge’s discontent in Portland, the Blazers may need to show improvement early in the season to keep Aldridge happy and off the trading block.