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Trail Blazers Update – May

The Portland Trail Blazers have surprised just about everyone with how good they've been this season, and their exceeding expectations has continued into the postseason. The Blazers were able to earn the fifth playoff seed in the competitive Western Conference thanks to fantastic regular seasons out of LaMarcus Aldridge and Damian Lillard. Aldridge even garnered some early Most Valuable Player buzz. It was evident why when the Blazers hit the court for Game 1 of their first-round matchup with the Houston Rockets. Aldridge was a man possessed in this contest, notching 48 points and 18 rebounds in the Portland victory. The Rockets struggled to defend the Texas product's versatile offensive game, as Aldridge can score on the block and from mid-range with ease thanks to his silky jumper. An overtime period was needed, as was 31 points from Damian Lillard, but the Blazers were able to dispatch of the Rockets to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

The Blazers got another 40-point performance from Aldridge in Game 2 to take a 2-0 lead over Houston, but the Rockets fought back the following game to get their first victory in the series. With the series at 2-1 the Blazers again secured a win in overtime in Game 4. It was Aldridge leading the charge once again, as the big man put up 29 and 10 in this contest. Lillard, Nicolas Batum and Wesley Matthews all eclipsed the 20-point mark in the game as well. Batum and Matthews often go overlooked thanks to the star power of the Blazers' dynamic duo, but they are key players for this team. The Rockets were able to take Game 5 to push the series to 3-2. The Blazers would love to close out Houston and head to the next round, where they'd face either San Antonio or Dallas.

Blazers Update – April

The Portland Trail Blazers are battling out West, fighting for a playoff spot in an extremely competitive Western Conference. The Blazers had an up and down March, netting a.500 record in the month, and they're looking to finish strong and earn as high a seed as possible in the playoffs. Portland has significantly outperformed the general expectations facing them coming into the 2013-14 season, and a big reason for that has been power forward LaMarcus Aldridge. Aldridge has been a very good and probably underrated player for Portland for several years now, but he has been able to take his game to the next level this season. While some of the MVP buzz surrounding Aldridge has faded, he is still putting together a fantastic campaign, giving the Blazers a real star player to lean. Don't forget about Damian Lillard, though, who has followed up hi Rookie of the Year campaign with a fantastic second season. Lillard has proven that his rookie year was no fluke, and he and Aldridge have kept this team in the playoff hunt in a tough Western Conference.

The Blazers got some nice wins throughout the month of March, one coming on March 20 against the Washington Wizards, a playoff team in the Eastern Conference. It was a great battle between two of the top young point guards in the NBA, with Lillard going toe to toe with Washington's John Wall. Lillard was able to put up a fantastic performance, notching 23 points, six rebounds and 10 assists. Wall was great as well, putting up 24 points and 14 assists. Lillard's team would get the win, though, and that is what really matters. The Blazers have some huge games in April that will make or break their playoffs hopes.

Blazers Update – March

The Portland Trail Blazers have been quite the success story this season, exceeding expectations and fighting for a spot in the postseason in the competitive Western Conference. The team continued to play well in February, winning more than half of their games throughout the month despite losing forward LaMarcus Aldridge for a stretch. The Blazers kicked off the month with a victory over the Toronto Raptors. Toronto has been surging as of late, looking like they could secure a playoff seed in the Eastern Conference as high as number three. This game took place before Aldridge's injury, and the former Texas Longhorn made the Raptors pay to the tune of 27 points and 15 rebounds. Aldridge has been incredible all season long, taking his game to the next level. Aldridge has always been a good player, but he's finally starting to garner some national attention by leading this young Blazers teams with frequent dominant performances. Damian Lillard and Wesley Matthews both scored 21 points in this game, and the Blazers need it, as they edged out Toronto by a mere three points.

Later in the month the Blazers got another quality win when they took down the Denver Nuggets. Denver has had a bit of an up-and-down season, and Portland was fortunate to collide with the Nuggets with point guard Ty Lawson sidelined with a rib injury. J.J. Hickson could not be stopped on the boards, grabbing 25 rebounds in the contest, but the Blazers rode Damian Lillard and his 31 points to the victory. The Blazers were without Aldridge in this game, but Lillard picked up a lot of the slack in his absence throughout the big man's injury. Aldridge is now back in the lineup and Portland is at full strength heading into the stretch run of the 2013-14 campaign.

The Portland Trail Blazers - Schedule in 2013-14

The Portland Trail Blazers are ready to blaze a trail through the Western Conference this season, and fans of the team are confident that this is a squad that can make its mark on the National Basketball League in 2013-14. The Blazers have a lot of talent on this roster and are a generally young team, something that benefits the organization throughout the long 82-game season. The Blazers play in the Northwest Division in the West and are pitted against some of the toughest teams in the conference often as a result. The Blazers finished fourth in the divisional race last season, but look much-improved this time around. With LaMarcus Aldridge leading the charge with his best season to date, the Blazers have the postseason in their sights. Aldridge gets a lot of help from second-year guard Damian Lillard, who won Rookie of the Year honors last season and has taken a step forward in 2013-14. This young team is setting the league on fire this season and the sky appears to be the limit in Rip City. Fans are sure to show up in a big way at the Moda Center for all the biggest match-ups this season, and you can be one of them.

The Blazers know that they're going to have to go through the Oklahoma City Thunder is they're going to capture the Northwest Division crown, so every time the Thunder come into the Moda Center this season it's sure to be a huge match-up. The Thunder have one of the best teams in the NBA, and are just two seasons removed from reaching the NBA Finals. With one of the top players in the league in Kevin Durant, the Thunder boast a solid team that can beat an opponent in a variety of ways. Durant is a scoring machine that can be unstoppable on any given night, so the Blazers are going to have to try to shut him down as best as they can. One player that could be responsible for guarding Durant for much of a game is Nicolas Batum. The small forward is the best perimeter defender on the Blazers and is known for bottling up some top scorers. Durant might be the toughest assignment in the league, but having a top perimeter defensive option helps a lot. LaMarcus Aldridge will have his work cut out for him in trying to score on defensive stalwart Serge Ibaka, whose athleticism and length could give the Blazers go-to forward some trouble. Any match-ups between Portland and OKC should be fantastic contests this season.

Another team the Blazers will have to step up their game to beat is the Denver Nuggets. The Nuggets finished with the second-best record in the Northwest last season and were able to earn the third seed in the Western Conference playoffs. However, the Nuggets may take a step back this season after losing head coach George Karl and forward Andre Iguodala, who were integral parts of the team's success last season. The Blazers will still have to try to contain Ty Lawson, one of the speediest point guards in the game today. Lawson can hurt an opponent by scoring, distributing and playing ball-hawking defense, so he's a guy that Portland definitely has to be worried about when Denver visits the Moda Center in 2013-14. It should be a great season of Blazers hoops this year, one filled with top match-ups for Blazers fans to enjoy at the Moda Center.

The Team

The Portland Trail Blazers are a pro basketball organization that plays in the National Basketball Association. The Blazers play in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference, facing off with their division rivals on a regular basis, teams that include the Oklahoma City Thunder, Utah Jazz, Minnesota Timberwolves and Denver Nuggets. The Blazers are hoping to grow up in a big way this season, as the roster is filled with young and talented players that are looking to make their mark in the NBA. With LaMarcus Aldridge anchoring things down low the Blazers have one of the premier big men in the game. Aldridge is having his best season as a pro, showing off a versatile offensive repertoire and an improved rebounding rate. Aldridge has a nice perimeter compliment in the form of point guard Damian Lillard, who has taken another step in his development this season and become a deadly three-point threat. With versatile swing hitter Nicolas Batum serving as a third option on offense and the role of lock-down defender, the Blazers have a great core to build upon. This Blazers team looks hungry for a playoff spot, and they should be able to snag a place in the postseason if they stay healthy and stick to their game plan on a nightly basis.

The Experience

The National Basketball Association is the best basketball league you're going to come across anywhere in the world, and that's because the NBA boasts the best players from countries all over the globe. Nothing beats seeing the pros hit the court and showcase their skills for all in the building to enjoy, and you can be there in your very own seat to witness the action unfold.


What team originally drafted Portland big man LaMarcus Aldridge?

The answer is the Chicago Bulls, who promptly traded him to Portland on draft night in 2006.

The History

The Portland Trail Blazers are a franchise that is a member of the National Basketball Association, the top basketball league on the planet. The Blazers were founded in 1970 and quickly found success in the NBA. The team won the NBA Championship in 1977, and reached the NBA Finals twice in the early 1990s. The franchise has seen some great players hit the floor over the years and continues to build on its history each season.

The Fans

Fans of the Portland Trail Blazers are some of the most rabid fans in the National Basketball Association. The fans in Rip City are fiercely loyal and will do whatever it takes to support their team. Join them in the Moda Center this season as they cheer their hearts out for Portland.

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