Tickets for all games on the Trail Blazers Schedule
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A look back at the Trail Blazers Schedule
The Portland Trail Blazers finished the 2014 - 2015 regular season as the fourth best team in the West, winning the Northwest division in the process. The Blazers managed to win 51 games in the regular season. It was the second consecutive season the Blazers topped 50 wins during the regular season. This year, the Blazers were quite successful at home, winning 32 of their 41 games played at the Moda Center. The problem for the Blazers was playing on the road, as the team failed to reach 50% success on the road. The final road record of the Blazers was 19 wins and 22 loses.
What was supposed to be a tight battle for the Northwest division turned out to be a one team race, as the Portland Trail Blazers easily won the division title in the 2014 - 2015 regular season. Except for Portland, all other four teams in the Northwest division finished in the lottery, and Minnesota ended with the worst record in the Western Conference. The other four teams in the Northwest division included the Utah Jazz, the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Denver Nuggets and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Even though the Blazers easily won the division, they had troubles playing against their division rivals. The Blazers ended the season with a 11-5 division record.
When it comes to statistics, the Blazers had a great year, finishing as one of the few teams in both top 10 offensive and defensive efficiency. The Blazers ranked 8th in offensive efficiency scoring 105.5 points per 100 possessions. Their defensive rating was 101.4, good for 10th in the league. The Blazers ranked 9th in points per game, 2nd in rebounds per game, 12th in assists in per game and 11th in opponents points per game.
The Blazers schedule opened the season with two games in October, winning one and losing one.
Following a mediocre October, the Blazers started playing extremely good basketball in November posting numbers they won't be able to top till the end of the regular season. In November, the Blazers played 15 games, winning 12 for an 80% winning percentage. The Blazers posted their best offensive numbers, scoring 104.8 points per game in November, dishing the most assists per game at 24.3, and their best net differential of the season at 8.5. It was the closest the Blazers got to a double digit net differential.
In December, the Blazers continued their extremely efficient basketball. They played one more game in December, 16, but they still lost only three games. The 13 games the Blazers won in December was the most the team won in any month of the season. The winning percentage of the Blazers in December was 81.3%. The Blazers again posted a high net differential of 6.9. In December, the Blazers had the best month regarding steals, as the team averaged 7.5 steals per game which resulted in many easy transition baskets.
January was awfully hard month for the Blazers, as they had a negative winning percentage for the first time in the season. Out of 15 games played in January, the Blazers won just 6 and lost 9 games, good for 40% winning percentage. January was also the first time the Blazers posted negative net differential at -0.1 and failed to average 100 points per game. In January, the Blazers mustered just 99 points per game. Their defense was still strong, but the shots were not falling. The 9 games the Blazers lost in January were the most the team lost in a single month.
The Blazers recovered nicely in February, posting a winning percentage of 66%. The Blazers were one of the few teams in the league that played less than 10 games in February. The Blazers had one of the lightest schedule in the month, and took full advantage of it. In February, the Blazers won 6 games and lost 3.
March was another successful month for the Blazers, as they again managed to win 10+ games in a single month. They played 16 games in March, winning 10 out of them for a 62.5% winning percentage. The offense was again clicking, and the Blazers had their best shooting month, shooting 47% from the field as a team, and 36.4% from the 3-pt line.
In April, the Blazers crumbled and sank like a ship. Facing multiple injuries to key players, the Blazers lost their mojo, strength and competitive spirit. April was the worst month for the Blazers by any category. They won just 3 games out of 9 played. Their six losses contributed for the Blazers to post a winning percentage of just 33%, their lowest in the season. The interesting part is that even though the Blazers lost twice as many games as they won, they still posted a positive net differential of 0.7.
An interesting fact from the Blazers schedule in the 2014 - 2015 season is the one that the Blazers had troubles playing after prolonged rest. Two times the Blazers had 6+ days of rest, and they split the games. The Blazers also had 3+ days rest four times, and they again split the four games. The Blazers were above average in back to back sets, winning 12 and losing 7 games when they played without a game of rest.
Trail Blazers Playoff Schedule
Once announced we will have the complete Trail Blazers Playoff Schedule for home games at the Moda Center as well as away games.
If the NBA playoffs started today the Portland Trail Blazers and Los Angeles Clippers would be their first round of games. Portland is ranked 4th and the Clippers are ranked 5th. Los Angeles leads the regular schedule 2-0.