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  • 07/27/2015

The Blazers are the team that will save the Cleveland Cavaliers a ton of money. The Blazers made a trade with the Cavs, absorbing the contracts of Brendan Haywood and Mike Miller. The Blazers will likely waive Haywood and his $10 million contract. Portland got two second rounds pick from the deal, one in 2019 and one in 2020. All the moves are suggesting that Portland’s GM Neil Olshley is finally grasping that the Blazers are not a contending team the following season. Olshley is collecting as many assets as he can, hoping that eventually, he can turn his assets into a big name player. The latest two signings, guard Phil Pressey and forward Cliff Alexander are in the same direction. Pressey is a 24 year old guard, who has averaged of 3 points and 3 assists for his career. The past two seasons, Pressey played for the Boston Celtics. Alexander went undrafted in June’s draft, but played for the Brooklyn Nets during Summer League. The forward is just 19 years old, and the Blazers see an upside, and a chance for a cheap player in the next years. The Blazers are also rumored to prepare a contract for Matthew Dellavedova and a trade for Bulls forward Taj Gibson.

  • 07/20/2015

The Portland Trail Blazers look like they are now in rebuilding mode after coming off 2 back to back 50 win seasons and winning there division last season but they had so many free agents after a difficult ending to the season they have acquired Gerald Henderson and Noah Vonleh in exchange for Nicolas Batum and also acquired Mason Plumlee in exchange for Steve Blake and signed Ed Davis from the Los Angeles Lakers after that it was bye bye to Lamarcus Aldridge, Wesley Matthews, Robin Lopez, and Aaron Afflalo where it is now rebuilding mode with a team revolved now around Damian Lillard where they just need to go after as many future draft picks and young players as possible and build for the future and develop the young guys they already have.

  • 07/17/2015

Five Cheapest Average Price Trail Blazer Tickets at the Moda Center of 2014-15
11/17/2014 Trail Blazers vs Dallas Mavericks $70.00
11/07/2014 Trail Blazers vs Atlanta Hawks $81.00
12/17/2014 Trail Blazers vs Phoenix Suns $98.00
11/01/2014 Trail Blazers vs Memphis Grizzlies $101.00
12/29.2014 Trail Blazers vs Milwaukee Bucks $116.00

  • 07/17/2015

Five Most Expensive Average Price Trail Blazer Tickets at the Moda Center of 2014-15
11/04/2014 Trail Blazers vs Cavaliers $195.00
02/27/2015 Trail Blazers vs Thunder $143.00
10/29/2014 Trail Blazers vs Thunder $140.00
11/28/2014 Trail Blazers vs Grizzlies $136.00
04/01/2015 Trail Blazers vs Clippers $125.00

  • 07/13/2015

The good news for the Blazers and their fans is that star point guard, Damian Lillard, fresh of signing $120 million worth contract, sees the rebuilding phase as a challenge. Lillard said that he will embrace the challenge of getting the Blazers right where they belong, in the top echelon of the Western Conference. While that might not happen this year, considering the roster the Blazers have, it might happen in near future. The Blazers did try to snag center Enes Kanter from the Oklahoma City Thunder, offering him four year, $70 million contract. Sadly, the Thunder decided to match the offer and keep the big man. The Blazers also traded for young small forward Moe Harkless from the Orlando Magic. Harkless was a lottery pick in the 2012 draft, but never met his potential in Orlando. The Blazers now have an excellent young core including Damian Lillard, Mason Plumlee, Noah Vonleh, Ed Davis, Meyers Leonard, C.J. McCollum and Al-Farouq Aminu to build the future on.

  • 07/06/2015

It is official; the Blazers will have a completely new starting five next year. Damian Lillard will be the only player in the starting five that has played previously for Portland. After trading Nicolas Batum, the Blazers lost the bid for Lamarcus Aldridge, and Robyn Lopez and Wesley Matthews were already gone. The starting unit was the strength of the Blazers the past two years, and now they will have completely new starting five. The Blazers signed Ed Davis and traded for Mason Plumlee, which should cover them on the front. They also signed Al-Farouq Aminu for what is now considered a bargain deal. The projected starting five of the Blazers for next year could be: Lillard, Henderson, Aminu, Davis and Plumlee. That group would lack shooting, but they are tough, great defenders and excellent rebounders. The one question that remains to be answered is whether Lillard is a franchise player? The Blazers sure hope he is, after giving him the five year “designated” player contract.

  • 06/29/2015

Just days before free agency hits, the rumors about Lamarcus Aldridge leaving the Trail Blazers are heating up. General manager Neil Olshey said that the rumors are not true, but the moves that Portland made before the draft might suggest otherwise. The Blazers did some precaution moves to make sure that even without Aldridge, they will be a competitive team. The team traded their 23th pick in the draft for Mason Plumlee, a power forward/center from the Brooklyn Nets. If they manage to resign Aldridge, the team intends to pair those two together and live without Robyn Lopez. The Trail Blazers also traded Nicholas Batum for guard Gerald Henderson, another precaution making sure they can live without Wesley Matthews. The move also allowed the Blazers to clear cap space, giving them more money to offer Lamarcus and another good player to pair with him.

  • 06/22/2015

As many expected, Steve Blake opted in and exercised his player option for the second year of the contract with the Portland Trail Blazers. Blake had a solid season backing up Damian Lillard, but saw his numbers fell off a cliff in the playoffs, shooting 18% from the field and 12% from behind the arc. Given that his option pays him $2.2 million, it was hard to envision Blake looking for greener grass or better money elsewhere. The Blazers can now use Blake as a trade package, or keep him on the bench for veteran and championship experience. Blake is a nice veteran, but at age 35 he can hardly help the Blazers on the court. Last year, he averaged 19 minutes per game, but those numbers might be lower this season. The next important date for the Blazers is June 25th, when they will have to find a solid player drafting at No 23.

  • 06/17/2015

The Trail Blazers are looking to add a wing player via this year’s draft. Even though they are drafting at 23, the Blazers hope to find a good wing player that can take over for Nicolas Batum in one or two years. As for the free agents, rumors are center Robyn Lopez wants to return to the Blazers, but the question is, at what price? Lopez will be highly coveted free agent, since he is arguably the third best free agent center after Marc Gasol and DeAndre Jordan. The market might dictate a price in the range of $12 million per year for Lopez, and it is doubtful the Blazers are prepared to pay that type of money, even though Lopez is very valuable to them. Portland hopes that backup center Meyers Leonard can assume full time starting center minutes, which will save the Blazers a ton of money. Leonard is still on his rookie contract.

  • 06/08/2015

Preparing for the 2015 NBA draft, the Blazers have so far worked out six prospects, and almost all of them play a different position. Picking at 23, the Blazers will either look to strengthen their bench, or draft someone that can replace some of the players that might leave, god forbid one of them is Lamarcus Aldridge. Fun fact: Three of the players that the Blazers have worked out play either power forward or center, meaning they intend to boost their frontline depth. Those players include Chris Walker (6’10” PF/C), Seth Tuttle (6’9” PF), Joshua Smith (6’10, 350lb C). They’ve also worked out Jarell Martin, a 6’9” sophomore that can play both forward positions, but is more fitted for the small forward role. Aside from big men, the Blazers have also worked out two point guards, Pierria Henry and George de Paolo.

  • 06/01/2015

The Blazers are at a crossroads. The main question the front office will have to answer this season is how better their starting unit can get? The core of Batum, Matthews, Lillard, Aldridge and Lopez was great this past season. With Robyn Lopez at center, and a change in defensive approach, the Blazers jumped from 22th in defensive efficiency to 11th. The problem was their outside shooting took a blow with the injury to Wesley Matthews. Additionally, Lillard and Batum had worse shooting seasons than in 2013 – 2014. The bench was still an issue. There is still no word whether the Blazers will be able to keep their core together, or they will let Matthews and Lopez walk. Another option is to trade Batum to plug holes elsewhere. Rumors are the Blazers are in talk with the Milwaukee Bucks for a Batum for Chris Middleton trade. There will also be a number of wing free agents on the market, such as Al-Farouq Aminu (if he opts out), DeMarre Carroll, Corey Brewer (if he opts out), Mike Dunleavy and much more.

  • 05/25/2015

The Blazers will have the 23rd pick in the draft, and despite being a low pick, the team is hard pressed to make a quality choice. Much will depend how free agency goes, but chances are, the Blazers will be in for a big man. At that spot, they will likely choose between three power forwards, including Kevon Looney from UCLA, Montrezi Harrell from Louisville, and Christian Wood from UNLV. If one of the three is available, the Blazers will pick him. In the meantime, the team will also be focused on dealing with its own free agents. General manager Neil Olshey will have his hands full. First order of business is resigning Lamarcus Aldridge, but he will also have to deal with Robin Lopez and Wesley Matthews. The team will also probably have to talk about extension with star point guard Damian Lillard, and rumors are, options for forward Nicholas Batum will be considered. All in all, the Blazers might have completely new starting five next year.

  • 05/22/2015

The Blazers are beginning to explore options if Lamarcus Aldridge decides to sign elsewhere. Portland has already started looking at potential replacements and improvements to the roster. Two players that are reportedly on Blazers’s radar are Greg Monroe from Detroit and DeAndre Jordan from the Clippers. Both players are free agents and are expected to receive multiple offers. The Blazers can offer them a chance to play next to one of the best point guards in the league in Damian Lillard. However, for the Blazers, Aldridge is still priority No.1. The Blazers can offer $115 million to Aldridge, money he cannot get from any other team. The power forward will turn 30 in July, and still seems to have at least 3 elite years ahead of him. He is currently the fourth highest paid power forward, but with the new contract, he might become the highest paid between them.

  • 05/11/2015

In his exit interview, Blazers GM Neil Olshey promised that the Blazers will be active, and they won’t just sit and wait for free agency to be over. Even though free agency hasn’t started yet, it seems like Olshey is preparing his master plan. The latest rumor, which might just be a pipe dream for the Blazers fans is that Portland will try and trade Lamarcus Aldridge to the Clippers for Blake Griffin. The problem is, Aldridge will be free agent, but the Blazers are hoping he will help in some way. The other problem is Blake Griffin has a no trade clause, and the Clippers have little to no interest in trading him, especially after his play in the playoffs. For the Blazers, this free agency will depend on much more people and factors. The team is hoping that Arron Afflalo opts out of his $7.9 million contract for next year as the Blazers have lost the interest for the shooting guard. Afflalo had close to terrible year in Portland, and the Blazers hope that young guard C.J.McCollum will finally make the leap.

  • 05/04/2015

The Blazers wrapped their season with exit interviews, and the two stars of the show, Lamarcus Aldridge and Neil Olshey delivered two different interviews in style. Aldridge underlined that he will first go back home to Texas, check the status of his thumb injury and whether surgery is required. He thanked the city for the amazing nine years, and said everything is open. He will certainly go through the whole “free agent experience”, but one thing is certain, the decision will be quick. Aldridge underlined that he doesn’t want to drag things out and will make a quick decision. Then Neil Olshey took the stage and explained how the offseason will go for the Blazers. “We will be very aggressive” is the message that the GM delivered to the press, stating that the team will try to take care of its own free agents first, but look at the market as well. Aside from dealing with Aldridge, Matthews, Lopez, it seems like the Blazers will need to deal with star point guard Damian Lillard as well. Latest reports are that Lillard, who is eligible for extension this summer, will look for the designated player max contract.

  • 04/16/2015

The Trail Blazers finished the regular season as the fourth seed in the West, but only because they won the Northwest division. The seeding got them a meeting with the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round. Portland will start their playoff hunt on the road, and versus a team they were 0-4 in the regular season. But the bigger issues are injuries to key players, as Portland was without Chris Kaman, Nicolas Batum and C.J. McCollum in their last game of the season versus Dallas. Batum and McCollum got injured the previous game versus OKC, and they might sit just for precaution.

  • 04/06/2015

If the NBA Playoffs started today the Portland Trail Blazers would be tipping off against the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round. Portland has dropped three of the four meetings against LA. The Blazers who are 6-4 in their last ten outings still have the Golden State Warriors, Oklahoma City Thunder and Dallas Mavericks to face in their last few games. LaMarcus Aldridge, Nicolas Batum and Chris Kaman will be sitting out in the game against the Brooklyn Nets all to rest various injuries. LaMarcus is leading Portland with 23.4 points per game and 10.3 rebounds a game.

  • 03/31/2015

Blazers losing streak reached four games after the team failed to beat Memphis. This is the longest losing streak in the season for the Blazers who fall four games behind Memphis for the second seed in the Western Conference. The bigger problem for Portland might be Lamarcus Aldridge, as the forward injured his left hand and might miss extended period of time. Already was already playing with a broken thumb on the left hand, but the two injuries are not connected. Forward Nicolas Batum also left the game in the second half with a sore back. The Blazers host the West leading Warriors next.


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2010-2011 $65.00
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2012-2013 $83.00
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2014-2015 $107.00
2015-2016 $99.00

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During the regular NBA schedule for the Portland Trail Blazers they will see fellow Northwest Division rivals the Denver Nuggets, Minnesota Timberwolves, Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz come to the Moda Center multiple times during the season schedule. Some of the other big games on the Portland Trail Blazers schedule this season will be visits from the Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Clippers, Denver Nuggets, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs.

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