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The Portland Trail Blazers entered the NBA in the 1970-71 season as an expansion team. Led by Bill Walton, Maurice Lucas, and head coach Jack Ramsay, the Blazers defeated the Philadelphia 76ers to win the 1976-77 NBA championship. The Blazers made two other Finals appearances -- in 1989-90 and 1991-92 -- and have showcased a number of stars over the decades: Clyde Drexler, Terry Porter, Arvydas Sabonis, Rasheed Wallace, Scottie Pippen, Brandon Roy, LaMarcus Aldridge, and Damian Lillard. Be sure to save money on cheap, no-fee Trail Blazers tickets this season by getting your seats on TickPick! Why pay more money for the same seats?

Where do the Portland Trail Blazers play their home games?

The Portland Trail Blazers play their home games at Moda Center at the Rose Quarter.

Where will The Portland Trail Blazers be playing?

The Portland Trail Blazers are not currently playing.

How Many Championships Have the Portland Trail Blazers Won?

Portland’s lone NBA championship was in the 1976-77 season, when the Blazers defeated the Philadelphia 76ers. Portland returned to the Finals twice in the late 1980s and early 1990s, losing to the Detroit Pistons in the 1989-90 season and the Chicago Bulls in the 1991-92 season. The Blazers advanced to the Western Conference finals twice in the late 1990s, losing to the San Antonio Spurs in the lockout-shortened 1998-99 season and to the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1999-00 season. Portland also advanced to the conference finals in the 2018-19 season, but were swept by the Golden State Warriors.

Who are the Portland Trail Blazers’ Biggest Rivals?

Historically, the Blazers’ main rival have been their former Pacific Northwest neighbors, the Seattle SuperSonics (now the Oklahoma City Thunder). Portland has also had memorable playoff clashes with their Northwest Division rival Denver Nuggets in recent years also with the Golden State Warriors. The Blazers also had numerous playoff battles with the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1990s and the early 2000s, when they ran into the Lakers dynasty led by Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant.

Who is on the Portland Trail Blazers Roster in 2021-22?

The biggest question is whether the team’s talismanic star, Damian Lillard, will stay in Portland or request a trade. Lillard has expressed frustration over the Blazers’ inability to make the NBA Finals in his nine seasons with the team, but has not officially asked for a trade. If Lillard remains, the Blazers return much of the same roster of the past couple seasons. That includes Lillard’s backcourt mate CJ McCollum, center Jusuf Nurkic, and wings Robert Covington and Anfernee Simons. The Blazers also re-signed guard Norman Powell, added forward Larry Nance in a trade and signed guard Tony Snell and big man Cody Zeller in free agency.

Who is the Head Coach for the Portland Trail Blazers?

Former NBA All-Star Chauncey Billups enters his first season as a head coach. The hiring of Billups, who was an assistant with the Los Angeles Clippers, sparked controversy: Billups was accused of sexual assault while playing for the Boston Celtics in 1997; he was not charged, but later settled a civil suit. The Blazers said they investigated the incident before hiring Billups.

Are the Portland Trail Blazers Requiring Fans to Be Vaccinated or Wear Masks This Season?

The Portland Trail Blazers are requiring all fans age 12 or older to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 or 48 hours of the game. Masks are required at all times on the Rose Quarter Campus, including inside Moda Center and all parking garages.

Do Children Need Their Own Ticket for Portland Trail Blazers Games?

Children age 2 and older need a ticket to attend games at Moda Center.

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