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2019 Schedule
3-2, 4th in Northwest
McCollum powers Blazers with 21 (1:09)
Meyers cleans up miss with putback jam (0:16)
Lillard finds a way to sneak pass into paint (0:26)
Turner's nifty reverse beats the buzzer (0:23)
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3dPaul Lukas

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Payton II steals and slams (0:26)
Nurkic protects the rim (0:20)
Layman gets the steal and finishes with authority (0:15)
Blazers' ball movement leads to Collins dunk (0:22)
Lillard and McCollum have great nights (1:07)
Simons hangs and scores (0:20)
Stauskas drives and throws it down (0:21)
McCollum has big first half (0:35)
McCollum crosses over and scores (0:26)
Lillard talks hilarious workout video (0:57)
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20d

Blazers look to shake off early playoff exit

Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts said Monday at Portland's media days that he wants his team to use last season's first-round playoff sweep by New Orleans "as a learning experience" without overreacting to it.

McCollum on offseason: 'I was in the headlines a lot' (0:57)
Jalen: Kyrie 'should be in the top 15' (1:25)
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26dChris Haynes

Trail Blazers land Biofreeze as jersey sponsor

The Portland Trail Blazers' first patch sponsor will feature a Biofreeze brand logo on all jerseys starting in the 2018-19 season. The team announced the deal Wednesday.

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32dDami Ugbane

Nigeria aim for perfect FIBA World Cup qualifying record

Nigeria men's basketball team are poised to extend their perfect record in the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualifiers when they tip off their second round of qualifying this weekend.

The Jump crew reacts to Lillard's 'lifetime Blazer' statement (2:12)

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The current standings for the 8 teams in the luxury tax: 1) OKC-$73.75M 2) GSW- $44.70M 3) TOR- $34.50M 4) HOU- $20.44M 5) WAS- $18.32M 6) POR- $12.58M 7) BOS- $6.03M and 8) MIA- $4.86M. The 22 teams below the tax currently project to receive $4.88M in distribution money. That number is a projection and will increase or decrease by the end of the regular season. Last season, 26 teams received $2.21M.

Stephen A.: McCollum is 'a frustrated individual' (1:21)
Kellerman questions Lillard's star power (1:57)

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Team Stats

Points Per Game105.616th
Rebounds Per Game45.5Tied-3rd
Assists Per Game19.530th
Points Allowed103.05th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-184933.598
2016-174141.500
2015-164438.537
2014-155131.622