According to FiveThirtyEight's projections, Portland will finish with a record of 39-43 -- 10 wins fewer than last season's 49-33 record -- again 10th in the West, with a 37 percent shot at the playoffs.
by: Katie Thompson — The Sports Daily: Oregon Sports News 6h
The Portland Trail Blazers may have only had the 24th pick in the first round this year, but they hit the lottery for opening night.
by: Nate Mann — Fansided: The Rip City Project 18h
Caleb Swanigan hasn't been able to recover the level of play that earned him All-NBA First Team honors at the 2017 Summer League. What goals can he set to ...
by: John Canzano | The Oregonian/OregonLive — Oregon Live 23h
Trail Blazers guard sounds exasperated by the state of the NBA.
by: Aaron Grossman — NBA 16 Aug
PORTLAND, Ore. (August 16, 2018) – The Portland Trail Blazers and Moda are proud to announce the Sixth Annual Rip City Rally, formally known as the Rip City Relay. Beginning Monday, September 10, a team of Trail Blazers and Moda ambassadors and staff...
by: Robert Flom — SB Nation: Blazersedge 16 Aug
Nik Stauskas has had a rough early start to his career. Could he turn things around in Portland?
by: Nate Mann — Fansided: The Rip City Project 16 Aug
The Blazers will be fighting with several other Western Conference teams for a playoff spot next season. Which of the teams in that battle for position wil...
by: Paul Tamayo — Clutchpoints 15 Aug
Raise your hand if you have reasons to believe that CJ McCollum of the Portland Trail Blazers is your social media MVP this offseason. It looks like he may have a very strong case for the award, as the spitfire guard posted a widely trending tweet. Again.
by: https://www.givemesport.com/greg-warren — Give Me Sport 15 Aug
McCollum isn't happy with the Golden State Warriors