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GAME SCHEDULE OCTOBER 2013 7 Mon 9 Wed 11 Fri 16 Wed 18 Fri 20 Sun 24 Thu KGW 30 Wed

*L.A. Clippers 7:00 p.m. *Phoenix 7:00 p.m. *Utah (Boise, ID) 6:00 p.m. *at Utah 6:00 p.m. *at L.A. Clippers 7:30 p.m. *Sacramento 6:00 p.m. *at Golden State 7:30 p.m. at Phoenix 7:00 p.m.

NOVEMBER 2013 CSN 1 Fri KGW 2 Sat CSN 5 Tue CSN 8 Fri KGW 9 Sat CSN 11 Mon CSN 13 Wed CSN 15 Fri CSN 17 Sun CSN 18 Mon CSN 20 Wed CSN 22 Fri CSN 23 Sat CSN 25 Mon CSN 27 Wed

at Denver San Antonio Houston Sacramento at Sacramento Detroit Phoenix at Boston at Toronto at Brooklyn at Milwaukee Chicago at Golden State New York at Phoenix

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DECEMBER 2013 CSN 1 Sun CSN 2 Mon KGW 4 Wed CSN 6 Fri KGW 7 Sat CSN 9 Mon TNT 12 Thu CSN 4 Sat CSN 15 Sun CSN 17 Tue CSN 18 Wed KGW 21 Sat TNT 26 Thu KGW 28 Sat CSN 30 Mon KGW 31 Tue

at L.A. Lakers Indiana Oklahoma City Utah Dallas at Utah Houston at Philadelphia at Detroit at Cleveland at Minnesota New Orleans L.A. Clippers Miami at New Orleans at Oklahoma City

6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

JANUARY 2014 CSN 2 Thu CSN 4 Sat CSN 7 Tue CSN 8 Wed KGW 11 Sat KGW 15 Wed CSN 17 Fri CSN 18 Sat

Charlotte Philadelphia at Sacramento Orlando Boston Cleveland at San Antonio at Dallas

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

JANUARY 2014 (cont’d) CSN 20 Mon at Houston CSN 21 Tue at Oklahoma City TNT 23 Thu Denver CSN 25 Sat Minnesota KGW 26 Sun at Golden State CSN 28 Tue Memphis

5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

FEBRUARY 2014 CSN 1 Sat CSN 3 Mon CSN 5 Wed CSN 7 Fri CSN 8 Sat CSN 11 Tue CSN 12 Wed CSN 19 Wed CSN 21 Fri CSN 23 Sun CSN 25 Tue CSN 26 Wed

Toronto 7:00 p.m. at Washington 4:00 p.m. at New York 4:30 p.m. at Indiana 4:00 p.m. at Minnesota 5:00 p.m. Oklahoma City 7:00 p.m. at L.A. Clippers 7:30 p.m. San Antonio 7:00 p.m. Utah 7:00 p.m. Minnesota 6:00 p.m. at Denver 6:00 p.m. Brooklyn 7:00 p.m.

MARCH 2014 KGW 1 Sat KGW 3 Mon ESPN/CSN 5 Wed CSN 7 Fri KGW 9 Sun CSN 11 Tue ESPN/CSN 12 Wed CSN 14 Fri KGW 16 Sun CSN 18 Tue CSN 20 Thu CSN 22 Sat CSN 24 Mon CSN 25 Tue CSN 27 Thu CSN 28 Fri KGW 30 Sun

Denver L.A. Lakers Atlanta at Dallas at Houston at Memphis at San Antonio at New Orleans Golden State Milwaukee Washington at Charlotte at Miami at Orlando at Atlanta at Chicago Memphis

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

APRIL 2014 TNT 1 CSN 4 CSN 6 CSN 9 KGW 11 CSN 13 KGW 16

at L.A. Lakers Phoenix New Orleans Sacramento at Utah Golden State L.A. Clippers

7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

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ALL TIMES PACIFIC *Denotes Preseason Game

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TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION Team Photo Roster Staff Directory Trail Blazers History Logo History Jersey History

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FRONT OFFICE/ BASKETBALL STAFF Paul Allen Neil Olshey Chris McGowan Terry Stotts Jay Triano David Vanterpool Nate Tibbetts Kim Hughes Dale Osbourne Michael Peck Basketball Operations Basketball Communications Business Operations Trail Blazers Staff

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THE TRAIL BLAZERS Trail Blazers Roster LaMarcus Aldridge Will Barton Nicolas Batum Victor Claver Allen Crabbe Joel Freeland Meyers Leonard Damian Lillard Robin Lopez Wesley Matthews CJ McCollum Thomas Robinson Earl Watson Mo Williams Dorell Wright Season, Career Highs

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OUR COMMUNITY NBA Cares make it better

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2012-13 IN REVIEW NBA Final Standings NBA Honors Lineups, Injuries Overall Statistics, Misc. Home/Road Statistics Per Game Averages Game-by-Game Results Quarter Scores/Attendance. Season Highs/Lows

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ALL-TIME RECORDS Individual Records Team Records All-Time Lows/ Rookie Records Top Performances Records Two Teams Opp. Individual Highs Opp. Team Highs/Lows Opp. Top Performances Yearly Leaders 50-40 Point Club Career Leaders Yearly NBA Rankings Year-by-Year Off. Stats Year-by-Year Def. Stats Win/Loss Streaks/ 20-20 Club Month-by-Month/ Triple-Doubles Offensive Rankings Overtime Games Trail Blazers in Top 10

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HISTORY Firsts In History Milestones Coaching History All-Star History NBA Awards Monthly/Weekly Awards Attendance Trail Blazers in Olympics Trail Blazers in Hall of Fame Trail Blazers Retired Jerseys Uniform Numbers Trade History NBA Draft History Former Players Year-by-Year Results

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THE PLAYOFFS Win/Loss Records Individual Highs Team Highs Team Lows Top Postseason Averages Top Series Averages Top Performances Highs Two Teams Opp. Individual Highs Opp. Team Highs Opp. Team Lows Opp. Top Performances Career Playoff Leaders Year-by-Year

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THE OPPONENTS Atlanta Boston Brooklyn Charlotte Chicago Cleveland Dallas Denver Detroit Golden State Houston Indiana L.A. Clippers L.A. Lakers Memphis Miami Milwaukee Minnesota New Orleans New York Oklahoma City Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Sacramento San Antonio Toronto Utah Washington All-Time Records Versus NBA D-League Idaho Stampede

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THE MEDIA Brian Wheeler Antonio Harvey Mike Barrett Mike Rice Adam Bjaranson Michael Holton Bill Schonely Television Schedule Portland Area Media

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MISCELLANEOUS Blaze the Trail Cat BlazerDancers Blazers Stunt Team Practice Facility Moda Center Rose Quarter Staff Moda Center Seating Calendar Schedule

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The 2013-14 Portland Trail Blazers Media Guide was published under the direction of the Trail Blazers Communications Department, and written, compiled and produced by Aaron Grossman and Collin Romer, with special assistance provided by Chuck Charnquist, Henry Childs, Kris Koivisto, Michael Lewellen and Jim Taylor. Thanks to Ryan Flaherty, Cheri Hanson, Ian Jaquiss, Finnian McNeff, Mario Milosevic, Sarah Petrone, Julie Robbins, Traci Rose, Dave Syphers, Lindsay Twiss and the Elias Sports Bureau for their contributions and valuable expertise. Action photography and staff photographs provided by Sam Forencich/NBA Photos, Ryan Prouty and Getty Images. The Trail Blazers Media Guide was printed by Lynx Group, Inc., of Salem, Ore.


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Trail Blazers Directory Mailing Address: One Center Court, Suite 200 Portland, Oregon 97227 Telephone: (503) 234-9291 Fax: (503) 736-2187 OWNER Paul Allen BOARD OF DIRECTORS Director ............................................................................... Bert Kolde Director .................................................................................Jeff Dunn Director .................................................................... Peter McLoughlin OFFICERS EMERITUS Chairman Emeritus ......................................................Larry Weinberg President Emeritus ..................................................... Harry Glickman Executive Staff CEO, Vulcan Sports and Entertainment & Alternate Governor….................................. Peter McLoughlin President, Chief Executive Officer & Alternate Governor................................................ Chris McGowan Executive Assistant to the President ....................................................................... Heather Acevedo Basketball Operations General Manager ................................................................................................................... Neil Olshey Executive Assistant to General Manager & Coaches .................................................. Beth Hancock Head Coach ............................................................................................................................Terry Stotts Assistant Coaches ............................................................... Jay Triano, David Vanterpool, Nate Tibbets, ....................................................................................................................Kim Hughes, Dale Osbourne Assistant General Managers.....................................................................Bill Branch, Steve Rosenberry Director of College Scouting ...........................................................................................Chad Buchanan Director of NBA Scouting .....................................................................................................Michael Born Pro Scout/ Salary Cap Analyst ............................................................................................... Joe Cronin Advance Scout ............................................................................................................. John McCullough International Scout ................................................................................................................Jason Filippi Basketball Analytics Manager .....................................................................................................Ben Falk Scouting Coordinator ...............................................................................................................Sean Kiely Director of Player Health & Performance .........................................................................Chris Stackpole Head Athletic Trainer ...............................................................................................................Geoff Clark Athletic Equipment Manager ................................................................................................. Brant Helms Sports Performance Specialist.............................................................................................. Todd Forcier Sports Performance Specialist...............................................................................................Ben Kenyon Video Coordinator ............................................................................................................... Jonathan Yim Assistant Video Coordinator.....................................................................................................John Ross Director of Basketball Operations .............................................................................................Nick West Administrative Assistant .......................................................................................................Alice Carrick Director of Team Security ...................................................................................................... Kevin Tucker Security & Practice Facility Manager ..........................................................................Chico Salas-Lopez Practice Facility Security Agents ..................................Brandon Bateman, Wyndell Durham, Kevin Hart, …………………………………………….............Tokunbo Okedara, Jim Riley, Russell Sims, Neil Wagner Club House Attendant ............................................................................................................ Alex Wilson Team Physicians ....................................................Dr. Tom Reis, Internist; Dr. Don Roberts, Orthopedist Team Dentists…………………………………………………………………................Warm Springs Dental Basketball Communications Vice President, Basketball Communications ............................................................................ Jim Taylor Basketball Communications Director ...................................................................................Collin Romer Team Relations Vice President, Team Relations ..........................................................................................Cheri Hanson Player Programs Director ................................................................................................Hersey Hawkins Broadcast Founder/Ambassador ......................................................................................... Bill Schonely Community Ambassador...................................................................................................Jerome Kersey FACEBOOK.COM/ TRAILBL AZERS

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Trail Blazers Directory Broadcasting & Technology Vice President, Broadcasting & Technology ....................................................................Dick Vardanega Blazers Broadcasting & Technology Broadcast Director ........................................................................................................... Chris McMurtry Producer .................................................................................................................................. Jeff Curtin Director of Production .............................................................................................................Billie Olson Motion Graphics Designer/Editor ..........................................................................................Meggie Finn Digital Video Producer………………………………………… .............. ………………………..Justin Molter Announcers Radio Play-by-Play....................................................................................................... Brian Wheeler Radio Analyst ............................................................................................................. Antonio Harvey Television Play-by-Play .................................................................................................... Mike Barrett Television Analyst ................................................................................................................ Mike Rice Television Studio Analyst ..................................................................................................Michael Holton Television Studio Host .................................................................................................... Adam Bjaranson Broadcasting Technician ................................................................................................... Rich Patterson Engineering & Technology Vice President, Engineering & Technology .............................................................................Mike Janes Technical Manager ............................................................................................................ Bruce Williams Network Systems Manager ....................................................................................................Donovan Le Telecommunications Manager ...............................................................................................Lou Pallotta Computer Support Manager ................................................................................................ Brian Conkle Computer Support Specialist .............................................................................................. Pat Cummins Marketing & Digital Vice President, Marketing & Digital.................……………………………………………Dewayne Hankins Digital Media Director of Digital Media……………………………………………………………… .............….…TJ Ansley trailblazers.com Beat Writer………………………………………………………… ............. ..Casey Holdahl Managing Editor ………………………………………………………………………............ …Dustin Hawes Digital Host & Features Producer………………………………………………… ................ ….Sarah Hecht Digital Media Coordinator……………………………………………………………...........……Mario Lucero Marketing & Creative Director of Marketing & Creative. ....................................................................................... Ryan Flaherty Advertising & Promotions Manager .........................………………………………………………Alexis Lee Senior Graphic Designer...........……………………………………………………………….Mario Milosevic Game Operations & Events Director of Game Operations & Events.................................................................................Todd Bosma Game Operations & Events Manager .................................................................................. David Tauber Arena Content Manager...................................................................................................... Caroline Rich Mascot Coordinator................................................................................................................Jack Dellert Performance Teams Manager ........................................................................................... Michelle Burch Stunt Team Coach.....................................................................................................................Linus Oey Retail Retail Operations Manager………………………………………… .........……………………….Daniel Cole Retail Operations Coordinator…………………………………..............………………………Greg Bobnick Corporate Communications & Public Engagement Vice President, Corporate Communications & Public Engagement ............................. Michael Lewellen Sr. Director of Sustainability & Public Affairs……………………………………… ................ Justin Zeulner Corporate Communications Manager ................................................................................... Kris Koivisto Communications Coordinator ........................................................................................Aaron Grossman Community Relations Vice President, Community Relations/CEO mib Foundation .................................................Traci Rose Director of Community Programs............................................................................................Ian Jaquiss Community Relations Coordinator……………………………………........... ……………Rhonda Rosemus Youth Outreach Coordinator………………………………………………………… .……………Omar Leary Corporate Partnerships Vice President, Corporate Partnerships Sales & Service .......................................................Steve Scott Sales Managers ....Gus Farah, Jennifer Glickman Hett, Kilynn Honiotes, Theresa Link, Dan Scheinman Service Managers ......................................Debbie Brown, Lauren Burkle, Colin McCall, Becky Robbins 8 Business Manager ...................................................................................................................Lisa Burke

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Trail Blazers Directory Corporate Partnerships (cont'd) Media Traffic & Research Manager .....................................................................................Brent Misfeldt Business Assistant ..........................................................................................................Patti DeCourcey Legal Vice President, General Counsel ........................................................................................Ben Lauritsen Paralegal……………………………………………………………………………………… .............June Hall Finance Vice President, Finance ...................................................................................................Bill Christensen Controller ............................................................................................................................Linda Glasser Assistant Controller & Analyst...............................................................................................Ann Sousley Senior Accountant................................................................................................................. Elise Szalay Payroll Manager .....................................................................................................................Geri Holden Accounts Payable Coordinator .................................................................................Michelle Schoonover Accounts Receivable Coordinator ................................................................................. Dawn Buckwalter Human Resources Vice President, Human Resources…………………………………………… .......... ………..Sarah Petrone Human Resources Systems Manager ............................................................................Amy Zuckerman Human Resources Manager .............................................................................................Finnian McNeff Receptionist ............................................................................................................................. Toni Smith Receptionist/Legal Administrative Assistant .........................................................................Maia Garner Business Analytics & Ticket Operations Vice President, Business Analytics & Ticket Operations………… ............................……..Vince Ircandia Business Technology Architect………………………………………...................... …………Robert Hanlon Trail Blazers Ticket Operations Assistant Director of Ticket Operations……………………………………… ............ ……....Cheryl Mueller Internal Ticketing Director…………………………………………...................………………...Lori Spencer Senior Ticket Operations Coordinator…………………………… ................ …………………Kari Lockhart Ticket Operations Coordinator…………………………………… ..................………………….Karen Olson Database Marketing Database Marketing Manager………………………………………… .........……………..Steve Farnsworth Database Analyst……………………………………………………… ......... ……………..Mike Schumacher Database Marketing Coordinator………………………………… ............... …………………Shadee Musa Premium Seating Vice President, Premium Seating ...................................................................…Anthony Jones-DeBerry Premium Seating Business Manager…………………………… ............………………...Debbie Chitwood Senior Premium Service Manager……………………………………………........................John Goodwin Premium Service Managers………………… ............. ……………………Sara Dettenmaier, Scott Kniess Premium Sales Managers............ ………Ryan Gibson, Shevaun Good, Taylor Thomason, Ryan Tinsley Premium Service Coordinator……………………… ...............…………………………….Julie DeCourcey Ticket Sales & Service Vice President, Ticket Sales & Service…………………… ........................……………………Tyler Howell Outside Sales Director of Outside Sales…………………………………………………………………….......... Nate Brown Corporate Ticket Sales Managers……… ................. .. Mychal Deming, Tracy Katigbak, Nichole Latham, .....................................Aaron Marshall, Rachel Scherger, Justina Smith, Kerry Watkins, Blake Wehling Inside Sales Inside Sales Manager…………………………………………........... ………………………………..Joe Isse Ticket Sales Managers………… .................................. ……. Matt Bronstein, Brian Buck, Shawana Lee, ........................................ Larry Llorente, Rebecca Mlinar, Andi Peterson, Kevin Tyner, Kendall Williams Inside Sales Representatives………… ............…..Alec Botts, Andrew Kastenbaum, Lauren Oyadomari Group Ticket Sales Director of Group Ticket Sales .............................................................................................Jeff Wilhelms Group Experience and Community Program Manager……… ............………………….…Hannah Eggert Group Sales Account Managers… .Greg Bauman, Mike North, Heather Reeder, Paul Rothschild, Lisa Swan Season Ticket Services Director of Season Ticket Services………………………… ............. ……………………….Erin Thompson Senior Season Ticket Services Managers………………......... ……… Joanna De Peralta, Todd Ricksger Loyalty Programs Coordinators…………………………… .... …………. Ketura Bargas, Matthew Gardner Season Ticket Services Managers…. ..Anna Colasuonno, Brooke LaSalle, Mia Mazzocco, Melissa Ray FACEBOOK.COM/ TRAILBL AZERS

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HISTORY OF THE

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I LOVE A PARADE Portland’s seven-year-old franchise, in the NBA playoffs for the first time in 1977, did what only one other team in league history had ever done: win an NBA Championship in its first postseason appearance. More than 100,000 fans jammed downtown streets on the Monday following the title game to celebrate.

Consecutive Trail Blazers playoff appearances from 1983 to 2003. It still stands as the second-longest run in NBA history.

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Number of consecutive sellouts in the Trail Blazers’ NBA-record run from April 5, 1977 to November 20, 1995, at the time the longest run in American professional sports.

THE RAIN COAT Team founder Harry Glickman’s initial bid for an NBA team in Portland was unsuccessful. As he was leaving a Los Angeles hotel lobby on February 4, 1970, he remembered he’d left his raincoat in the meeting room. When he returned to retrieve it, there was a phone call awaiting him from new investors and sure enough he not only found his raincoat, be he found the financing for Portland’s new team.

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The Trail Blazers put together a couple of Championship runs in 1990 & 1992, including the heated battle of Clyde “The Glide” Drexler and Michael “Air” Jordan.

Geoff Petrie, the original Trail Blazer did it not just once but twice, recording identical 51-point games within 56 days of each other, both against the Houston Rockets.

155-156 The highest scoring game in club history, a four-overtime marathon in Portland on March 16, 1984. The Chicago Bulls got the win but only after the two teams combined for 118 field goals and 74 free throws in a game that lasted 3 hours and 24 minutes.

RIP CITY BABY

A single phrase that has become the club’s heart and soul. Credit Bill Schonely, the voice of the Trail Blazers from 1970-98. “One night in our first season, we were playing the Lakers at home. We got way, way behind. Then, all of a sudden, shots started falling, the Trail Blazers are rallying and the place is jumping. We got within two point and had the ball - I’ll never forget when Jim Barnett took a long jumper. He swished the thing to tie the score and the coliseum exploded. The instant the ball hit the net, I hollered ‘Rip City!’ I’d never used the phrase before. But as soon as I said ‘Rip City,’ people near me at the press table chimed in right away, saying, ‘That’s good. You ought to leave it in your broadcasts.’ So I did.” And Rip City was born. FACEBOOK.COM/ TRAILBLAZERS

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HISTORY OF THE

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1970

How the Trail Blazers got their name Just two weeks after Portland was granted an NBA expansion franchise on Feb. 24, 1970, Harry Glickman, then executive vice president of the club, announced a public “name the team” contest. A panel of judges was selected. Harry said boxes and boxes of entries arrived at the team headquarters then located in a storefront office on S.W. Yamhill between 5th and 6th Avenues. “There had to be 10,000 entries at least,” he remembers. The Trail Blazers name was announced to a crowd of 11,035 during halftime of a March 13 regular season NBA SuperSonics-Knicks contest in the Memorial Colisuem. It was received, according to Oregon Journal Sports Editor George Pasero, with less than enthusiastic response including a spattering of boos. “It really wasn’t very popular when fans first heard it, but of course we all know that changed,” Glickman remembers. Newspaper concerns about the Trail Blazers name (“How would it ever fit in a headline, etc.”) quickly evaporated. And soon, the Blazers (or Trail Blazers) became a household word in Portland and within seven years worldwide as “Go Blazers” and “Blazermania” became bywords when the city gained a major world championship in its first try. “There were 172 people who sent in the name ‘Trail Blazers’,” Glickman said. The contest winner was determined by a drawing at the March 13 game. Blake Byrne, general sales manager of KPTV, was winner of the drawing, receiving two season tickets to Blazers home games that year. The nickname was unique in professional sports at the time. No other major professional or university sports teams were using either the Blazers or Trail Blazers in 1970. The name, as Glickman noted at the time, “reflects both the ruggedness of the Pacific Northwest and the start of a major league era in our state.” Trail Blazers (or, more properly trailblazers) is defined by Webster as “One that blazes a trail to guide others: A pathfinder: A pioneer.” The actual name came from a practice by explorers making paths through forests and marking the paths by chopping white “blazes” in trees’ bark so others could follow. The term “trailblazing” is associated today with those on the cutting edge of discovery such areas as space exploration, science, medicine and techology.

The Logo The original “pinwheel” logo is a modern graphic interpretation of five basketball players from one side going against five players from the other and rotating around a center circle in a pinwheel kind of motion. Nothing else. The original “pinwheel,” in use as the team’s logo for two decades, was straight vertical in orientation. It was modernized in the mid-1990s to have a forward “slant” then given an even more modern upgrade with the new “heritage” interpretation released in 2002.

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1971-72 through 1975-75

1975-76 through 1976-77

1977-78 through 1988-89

1989-90 through 2001-02

2002-03 through Present

Current Rip City Jersey

Current Black Road Uniform

Current Red Road Uniform

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Owner In 2013, investor and philanthropist Paul G. Allen celebrates his 25th year as owner of the Portland Trail Blazers. Just one season after Allen acquired the National Basketball Association franchise from Larry Weinberg, the Trail Blazers made it to the NBA Finals and were back in the championship round two years later. In the years since Allen acquired the team, the Trail Blazers have posted an impressive 1,117-789 record (a 58.6 winning percentage) and have been in the playoffs 18 times, an achievement few NBA teams have surpassed. Allen, who co-founded Microsoft in 1975, has dedicated his life to tackling some of the world’s biggest challenges. Today Allen is exploring new frontiers and fueling discovery across a broad range of industries as the founder and chairman of Vulcan Inc., the Seattle-based company that oversees his business and philanthropic activities.

Paul Allen

Allen’s multibillion-dollar investment portfolio includes a major real estate redevelopment in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood and holdings in dozens of technology, media and other companies.

In addition to the Trail Blazers, he owns the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League, and is part of the primary ownership group for the Seattle Sounders FC, the city's Major League Soccer team. With lifetime giving of more than $1.5 billion, Allen has pledged to leave a majority of his estate to philanthropy. He gives back to the community through the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, which works to transform lives and strengthen communities by supporting arts and culture, youth engagement, community development and social change, and scientific and technological innovation. He also gives directly, including $26 million in 2010 to Washington State University for the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health. In 2003, he created the Allen Institute for Brain Science to accelerate understanding of the human brain in health and disease. The Seattle-based nonprofit’s groundbreaking online public resources have become staple research tools for thousands of scientists worldwide, and the institute continues to make strides in its quest to answer fundamental and complex questions in brain science. Using the Allen Institute for Brain Science as a model, Allen recently established the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Seattle to explore opportunities for development in the field of AI. In 2004, Allen funded SpaceShipOne, the first privately-backed effort to successfully put a civilian in suborbital space, winning him and designer Burt Rutan the Ansari X-Prize. In 2011, Allen got back into the space business with the formation of Stratolaunch Systems, which is developing an innovative airborne launch system. It will utilize the largest aircraft ever manufactured and will provide orbital access to space with greater safety, cost-effectiveness and flexibility. His award-winning film company, Vulcan Productions, develops and supports media projects of substance and enduring significance, with the goal of helping audiences understand the world around them and respond to challenges. In 2013, Allen signed on to back the acclaimed Richard E. Robbins-directed film Girl Rising, and nuclear power documentary Pandora’s Promise. “Idea Man,” Allen's 2011 memoir, was a New York Times bestseller. Allen is also founder of the EMP Museum, Seattle's critically acclaimed interactive museum of music, popular culture and science fiction; the Flying Heritage Collection, an assemblage of rare World War II aircraft restored to flying condition and shared with the public; and the Living Computer Museum, a collection of restored vintage timesharing computer equipment in Seattle. Learn more about Allen online at www.paulallen.com.

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Neil Olshey enters his second season as General Manager of the Portland Trail Blazers in 2013-14 after being named the team’s 10th General Manager in franchise history on June 4, 2012. As General Manager, Olshey leads the organization’s Basketball Operations department, overseeing talent evaluation, player personnel decisions, contract negotiations and salary cap management. Less than a month after joining the Trail Blazers, Olshey drafted Damian Lillard (sixth overall), the fourth unanimous NBA Rookie of the Year in league history, along with Meyers Leonard (11th overall) and Will Barton (40th overall). He then signed Nicolas Batum to a long-term deal and named veteran coach Terry Stotts head coach of the Trail Blazers on August 7, 2012.

Neil Olshey

This offseason, Olshey bolstered the team’s bench by acquiring veteran free agents Mo Williams, Earl Watson and Dorell Wright, while trading for Thomas Robinson and Robin Lopez. He selected CJ McCollum (10th overall) and acquired the draft rights to Allen Crabbe (31st overall) in the 2013 NBA Draft.

Olshey came to Portland from the Los Angeles Clippers, where he served as the team’s Vice President of Basketball Operations for two seasons. Placing third in votes for the 2011-12 NBA Executive of the Year Award, Olshey was responsible for all facets of basketball operations and player personnel moves while with the Clippers. Under Olshey’s direction, the Clippers transitioned into a playoff team in 2011-12 after he assembled one of the deepest rosters in the NBA prior to the start of the season. During a six-day span, Olshey added Chris Paul, Caron Butler and Chauncey Billups while re-signing DeAndre Jordan to a team that already featured Blake Griffin, Mo Williams and Eric Bledsoe. The Chris Paul trade led to Olshey receiving the “Best Sports Transaction of the Year” award at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Olshey began his NBA career with the Clippers as Director of Player Development prior to the start of the 2003-04 season, and served as an assistant coach during the 2004-05 campaign before holding the title of Director of Player Personnel from 2005-08. Olshey was promoted to the role of Assistant General Manager prior to the start of the 2008-09 season. Prior to joining the Clippers, Olshey was the Director of Player Development for SFX Sports Group, Inc. where he created, organized and conducted predraft and offseason training camps for future and current NBA players. The camps produced 15 lottery picks, 25 first round selections and 57 NBA players overall. Participants in Olshey’s offseason skills development clinics include more than 85 current and former NBA players including numerous All-Stars and All-NBA selections. He has also served as a Head Coach/ Clinician at the Reebok/Adidas ABCD Camp, the Roundball Classic and numerous NCAA basketball camps throughout the country. A graduate of Le Moyne College, Olshey and his wife, Leslie Radakovich, are the parents of Connor and James.

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President/CEO A championship pedigree and skills honed at one of the world’s largest sports and entertainment holding companies are hallmarks of Chris McGowan. Named Trail Blazers President & Chief Executive Officer in October 2012, McGowan migrated to the Pacific Northwest from Los Angeles-based AEG Sports, where he spent 16 years, including a final assignment as Chief Operating Officer, before becoming one of the NBA’s youngest CEOs.

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McGowan, 40, oversees all of the day-to-day business operations of the Trail Blazers, including ticket sales and service, corporate partnerships, premium seating, analytics, marketing, communications, broadcasting, community relations, digital, finance and human resources. Following a strategic restructuring announced in 2013, McGowan now also oversees operation of the Moda Center, the newly-renamed home arena of the Trail Blazers, as well as the nearby Veterans Memorial Coliseum and Rose Quarter campus. He works alongside Trail Blazers General Manager Neil Olshey and reports to Peter McLoughlin, CEO of Vulcan Sports and Entertainment.

In his previous role as COO of AEG Sports, McGowan oversaw the business operations of the NHL’s 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings and the 2011 and 2012 MLS Cup Champion Los Angeles Galaxy, while also assisting with operations for all of AEG’s sports teams worldwide. In addition to managing the various business departments and revenue streams for the Kings and Galaxy, McGowan was responsible for developing strategies to grow fan bases and enhance fan experiences. He also oversaw all out-of-market preseason games for the Kings, including international games in Salzburg, Austria, and London, England, and nationally in Kansas City, Salt Lake City, Ontario and the popular Frozen Fury game played in Las Vegas. McGowan also played an important role in the Kings being awarded the 2010 NHL Entry Draft that was hosted at STAPLES Center. Prior to being named COO of AEG Sports in 2007, McGowan had developed an extensive sports and entertainment sales and marketing background by working on a variety of large-scale events. He managed the premium seating sales efforts for all of AEG’s venues in Southern California, including STAPLES Center, Home Depot Center and NOKIA Theater. Under McGowan’s leadership, each of these venues set industry records for premium seating revenue. He was also responsible for sales and marketing efforts for AEG’s Southern Californian properties, which included the Kings, Los Angeles Classic (Tennis), UCI Track Cycling at the ADT Event Center, Amgen Tour of California (Cycling), World Championship Boxing matches, US Track & Field Championships, the adidas Track Classic and various international soccer matches. Additionally, McGowan worked on several special events, including The GRAMMYs, The Latin GRAMMYs, the Rose Bowl, various concerts, awards shows, family shows and the King Tut exhibit tour. McGowan also assisted in the opening of STAPLES Center in 1999. The Sports Business Journal recognized McGowan’s accomplishments at AEG Sports by naming him to their exclusive “Forty Under 40” list in March 2012. The list consists of the nation’s “best and brightest” individuals in the sports industry under the age of 40. McGowan was named to the Portland Metropolitan Boys & Girls Club’s Board of Governors in January 2013. He serves as a board member for the Oregon Business Council; Oregon Sports Authority; and the Young Presidents Organization – Evergreen Chapter. McGowan also serves on the Advisory Council for the Sports Business Institute in the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. A native of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, McGowan was a world traveler in his youth, spending a number of his formative years on military bases thanks to his father’s highly-decorated career in the United States Army. He earned his bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Delaware in 1996, where he was captain on the soccer team. Chris, his wife Susan, and their two sons, Ryan (10) and Kyle (9), reside in Southwest Portland.

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Terry Stotts enters his second season as head coach of the Portland Trail Blazers in 2013-14. A 19-year coaching veteran, Portland introduced Stotts as the franchise’s 14th head coach on August 7, 2012, after serving as an assistant coach with Dallas for four seasons from 2008-12. Under head coach Rick Carlisle, he helped lead the Mavericks to the 2011 NBA Championship, playoff berths in each of his four seasons and a 198-114 (.635) overall record. Stotts has twice before served as an NBA head coach, with twoyear stints in both Milwaukee (2005-07) and Atlanta (2002-04). He has compiled an overall head coaching record of 148-217 (.405). During his two seasons with Milwaukee, Stotts guided the Bucks to a 63-83 (.432) mark, including a playoff appearance in 2006. Stotts replaced Lon Kruger as head coach of the Hawks on Dec. 26, 2002, and accumulated a record of 52-85 (.380) in two seasons with Atlanta. In between head coaching positions, Stotts worked as the lead assistant to Mike Montgomery at Golden State during the 200405 season. Stotts took a sabbatical year in 2007-08, when he served as an NBA Development League coaches consultant, took a 19-day trip to Europe to spend time with top European coaches, attended games and practices at all levels and participated in a number of clinics and camps.

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Before becoming a head coach, Stotts served as an assistant under George Karl for 10 years, six with Seattle and four with Milwaukee. Those teams finished each season with a .500 record or better and reached the postseason in nine of 10 seasons. While in Seattle, the Sonics posted a 357-135 (.726) record, captured four Pacific Division titles, reached the Western Conference Finals twice and appeared in the 1996 NBA Finals. In four seasons as lead assistant in Milwaukee, Stotts helped the Bucks amass a 163-133 (.551) mark, highlighted by a Central Division Championship and a berth in the 2001 Eastern Conference Finals. Stotts was selected by Houston in the second round of the 1980 NBA Draft, and played professionally in Italy and then with the CBA’s Montana Golden Nuggets, coached by Karl. He returned to Europe in 1983, playing in Spain and France before joining Karl’s coaching staff with the CBA’s Albany Patroons in 1990-91. During his first year on a professional coaching staff, he helped lead the Patroons to an all-time CBA-best 50-6 record. Stotts was an assistant coach for the CBA’s Fort Wayne Fury for one season before joining the Sonics as a scout. A four-year starter at the University of Oklahoma, Stotts earned All Big Eight honors as a senior and was named Academic All-America in each of his final two collegiate seasons. He was named Oklahoma’s outstanding senior student-athlete and was one of three individuals chosen nationally to receive an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship. He earned a BS in Zoology and, in 1988, earned an MBA from his alma mater. A native of Cedar Falls, Iowa, Stotts grew up in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Guam and finished high school in Bloomington, Indiana. Stotts is married to his wife, Jan.

Year Team 2002-03 Atlanta 2003-04 Atlanta 2005-06 Milwaukee 2006-07 Milwaukee 2012-13 Portland Career Totals

G 55 82 82 64 82 365

TERRY STOTTS NBA HEAD COACHING RECORD W L Pct. W L Pct. Finish 24 31 .436 -----11th place, Eastern Conference 28 54 .341 -----12th place, Eastern Conference 40 42 .488 1 4 .200 8th place, Eastern Conference 23 41 .359 -----14th place, Eastern Conference 33 49 .402 -----11th place, Western Conference 148 217 .405 1 4 .200

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Coaching Staff Assistant Coach Jay Triano completed his first season on the Trail Blazers bench in 2012-13 after coming to Portland from the Toronto Raptors, where he held the position of vice president of pro scouting after serving as the team’s head coach from 2008-11 (87-142, .380). The first Canadian-born head coach in the NBA, Triano was previously an assistant in Toronto from 2002-08. Canadian National Team General Manager Steve Nash named Triano head coach of Team Canada in August 2012, his second time at the helm after holding the same position from 1999-2004 (52-42, .553). As head coach, Triano led Canada to a semifinal berth in the 1999 FIBA Americas Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Puerto Rico and a 5-2 record, Jay Triano second best to the United States, in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. In August 2010, Triano was named an assistant coach on the U.S. Men’s National Team, helping coach the United States to a gold medal winning FIBA World Championship over host country Turkey. Triano also served as an assistant coach of the USA Basketball Select Teams that trained against the U.S. National Team in 2007 and 2008, and head coach of the Select Team in 2012. Triano, who played collegiately at Simon Fraser University, played for the Canadian National Team for 11 years (1978-88) and was team captain from 1981-88. He represented Canada as a player on three Olympic teams (1980, 1984 and 1988), serving as captain for the last two. The Niagara Falls, Ontario, native has served as a coach with Basketball Without Borders in Istanbul (2008), Senegal (2010), Slovenia (2011) and Australia (2011).

Assistant Coach DavidVanterpool finished his first season with theTrail Blazers in 2012-13 after spending the previous two seasons as Director of Pro Personnel for the Oklahoma City Thunder. A member of the Trail Blazers’ 2010 NBA Summer League coaching staff, Vanterpool played for European power CSKA Moscow from 2005-07, winning a Euroleague title there before becoming an assistant coach with the club upon retirement. He earned an All-Euroleague Second Team selection during the 2003-04 season while playing for Italian champion Montepaschi Siena. Vanterpool won a CBA Championship with the Yakima Sun Kings, and was CBA MVP before being called up to the Washington Wizards, where he appeared in 22 games in 2000-01. He also spent time with the David Detroit Pistons and New Jersey Nets. As a senior at Montgomery Blair High School Vanterpool in Silver Spring, Maryland, he was a first team All-Met selection, and went on to play college basketball at St. Bonaventure University. In 1995 he was named First Team Atlantic-10, and in 2005 St. Bonaventure University inducted him into their Athletic Hall of Fame.

Assistant Coach Nate Tibbetts joins the Trail Blazers from the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he spent the past two seasons as an assistant coach. Prior to his tenure with the Cavaliers, Tibbetts served as head coach of the NBA Development League’s Tulsa 66ers for two seasons. He guided the Oklahoma City Thunder’s D-League affiliate to a 64-41 (.610) record and two trips to the playoffs during his time there. Tibbetts was selected to lead the West team in the 2011 D-League All-Star Game after guiding Tulsa to a conference-best 24-10 record heading into the break. He was also selected to be the United States head coach in the 2011 Pan American Games, where he led the group of D-League players to a bronze medal, USA’s first Nate Tibbetts medal since 1999. Tibbetts was a member of the D-League’s Sioux Falls Skyforce coaching staff for four seasons from 2005-09 and was promoted to head coach after his first two campaigns. A former University of South Dakota standout who ranks second all-time in career assists (678) and steals (215) at the school, he was an assistant coach at the University of Sioux Falls from 2001-05. Tibbetts and his wife, Lyndsay, reside in Portland.

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Coaching Staff Kim Hughes completed his first season on the Trail Blazers bench in 2012-13. An assistant coach with the Los Angeles Clippers for seven seasons (2003-10), Hughes finished the final 33 games of the 2009-10 season as interim head coach, compiling an 8-25 record after replacing Mike Dunleavy at the helm. He spent the previous five seasons with the Denver Nuggets, where he served as director of scouting, director of player personnel and assistant coach. The Freeport, Ill., native was also a scout for the Milwaukee Bucks for seven seasons from 1991-98. At 6-11, Hughes is a six-year veteran of the ABA and NBA, playing for the New York/New Jersey Nets, Nuggets and Cleveland Cavaliers. He played collegiately Kim Hughes at Wisconsin from 1970-74 and was named to the All-Rookie First Team in 197576 with the ABA’s Nets. Hughes finished his career in Italy, playing for Reggio Calabria and Innocenti before retiring in 1989. He and his wife, Christy, are the parents of four children: Ryan, Magen, Maddison and Caitlin.

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Dale Osbourne

Dale Osbourne enters his second season with the Trail Blazers in 2013-14 after serving as head coach of the Tulsa 66ers, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s NBA Development League team, the previous year. Catching the eye of USA Basketball, the organization selected him as an assistant coach for the 2011 Pan American Games, where the United States medaled for the first time since 1999. Osbourne spent parts of three seasons as an assistant in Tulsa before being promoted to head coach in December 2011. He has also been an assistant with the D-League’s Utah Flash and Austin Toros, in addition to coaching tenures in the WNBA, CBA and USBL. In seven years as an assistant at the University of South Alabama, Osbourne helped guide his alma mater to a pair of Sun Belt Conference titles.

Head Coach, Idaho Stampede Michael Peck finished his first season as head coach of the Idaho Stampede, the Trail Blazers’ NBA Development League affiliate, in 2012-13. Peck oversaw the assignments of Trail Blazers Joel Freeland, Nolan Smith, Victor Claver and Will Barton last season, and finished the regular season with a 19-31 record. In addition, he oversaw the call-up of Justin Holiday to the Philadelphia 76ers. Peck joined the Trail Blazers organization from Findlay College Prep Program at the Henderson International School in Henderson, Nev., just outside of Las Vegas, where he served as the team’s head coach for five seasons. Peck’s teams accumulated a record of 157-8, including an unbeaten record of 65-0 at home during that stretch. Findlay was the Michael Peck consensus No. 1 team in the country after a 33-0 season in 2009, and three of the last four years, Findlay won the National High School Invitational (2012, 2010, 2009). In addition, Findlay was the National Prep School Championship runner-up in 2008 after finishing the season 32-1. During Peck’s tenure, Findlay posted a 45-game winning streak (from 2008-09) and went 14-2 on ESPN nationally televised games. Peck has coached seven McDonald’s All-Americans, six Parade All-Americans, seven Jordan Brand All-Americans and seven current NBA players. Peck was a four-year letter winner in basketball at Northwood University from 1988-93, where he earned his BA in Business Administration. Peck went on to get his Masters of Education at Saginaw Valley State University in 1998. After his time as a student, Peck coached the men’s basketball team as an assistant at Saginaw Valley State from 1998-2003, before becoming the video coordinator at UNLV from 2003-06. Peck and his wife, Terri, have two children, Madison and Gavin. FACEBOOK.COM/ TRAILBL AZERS

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Basketball Operations Director, Player Health & Performance Entering his first season with the Trail Blazers as the team’s Director of Player Health and Performance, Stackpole leads all facets of the Trail Blazers medical staff to collaboratively provide preventative maintenance and rehabilitative health care to Trail Blazers players. He works closely with the team’s athletic trainers, physicians, strength and conditioning specialists, nutritionists, psychologists and therapeutic specialists to integrate rehabilitative concepts into performance training. Stackpole has worked as a private consultant for professional athletes and conducted his post professional fellowship at ProEx Physical Therapy in Farmington, Conn. He gained NBA experience in 2011 with the Oklahoma City Thunder, where he completed a doctoral level clinical Chris Stackpole internship. He also interned at Athletes’Performance in Phoenix, Ariz., and Gulf Breeze, Fla. Stackpole earned a Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy (2011) and Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training (2009) from Boston University. Stackpole is a Licensed Physical Therapist, Certified Athletic Trainer, and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. A native of Vernon, N.J., Stackpole and his wife, Lisa, reside in Lake Oswego and enjoy hiking, biking and kayaking.

Head Athletic Trainer

Geoff Clark

Geoff Clark completed his 15th season with the Trail Blazers in 2013-14. His background includes four seasons within the Los Angeles Dodgers minor league system and eight years in outpatient physical therapy where he also worked with the CBA’s Yakima Sun Kings. Clark is NATA Board Certified as an Athletic Trainer, holds NASM credentials in Performance Enhancement and Corrective Exercise, and is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the NSCA. Along with his sports medicine duties, Clark also helps coordinate team travel. A native of Salem, Ore., Clark received his B.S. from Oregon State University in 1990. He was the recipient of the CBA Athletic Trainer of theYear award in 1995, served at the 1996 Centennial Olympics in Atlanta, and was a member of the 1997 USA Men’s Basketball gold medal-winning team at the Tournament of the Americas. Clark was also part of the medical staff at the 2012 NBA All-Star Game. He and his wife, Alisa, reside in Beaverton and enjoy time with family and experiencing the Pacific Northwest.

Sports Performance Specialist

Todd Forcier

Todd Forcier enters his fourth season with the Trail Blazers in 2013-14. Prior to joining the team, he served as Head Strength and Conditioning coach for men’s basketball at the University of Kentucky from 2007-10. Forcier held the same position at Syracuse (2002-07) and at the University of Dayton (1998-2002) for both the men’s and women’s teams, and was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at UNLV in 1997-98. Forcier, in addition to being certified in CSCS and ART, is a licensed massage therapist. He received his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Washington State, where he interned with the Cougars and Seattle SuperSonics. Forcier and his wife, Shannon, are the parents to Emma, Cash and Isla.

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Ben Kenyon begins his first season with the Trail Blazers in 2013-14. Kenyon comes to the Trail Blazers from George Washington University, where he served as Assistant Athletics Director for Strength and Conditioning, a position that oversees strength and conditioning and nutrition for all 23 varsity sports. Prior to joining the Colonials, he served as a strength and conditioning intern at the University of Florida from 2007-08, focusing on the Gators men’s basketball team. Kenyon was also an intern at Rutgers during the summer of 2007, working primarily with the Scarlet Knights' football program. The Hillside, N.J., native graduated in 2006 with a degree in Sports Management from Adelphi University, where he lettered in basketball for four seasons and helped his team to three NCAA Division II Tournament appearances.

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Basketball Operations Trail Blazers assistant general manager Bill Branch brings 26 years of unique NBA experience as he enters his fourth season in Portland. Branch focuses on developing the Blazers’ roster, NBA scouting, college scouting and managing the team’s hybrid affiliation with the Idaho Stampede. Along with assisting with the day-to-day management of basketball operations, Branch also spearheaded the renovations of the Moda Center locker rooms and the team’s practice facility. Before coming to Rip City, Branch spent three seasons in Oklahoma City, where he served as the team’s director of pro player personnel and contributed to one of the largest turnarounds in NBA history. The Thunder improved its record by 27 games in 2009-10, tied for the Bill Branch ninth largest single-season leap in NBA history. Prior to his time with the Thunder, Branch worked for the Denver Nuggets from 1997-2007, first as an advance scout and the last five years of his tenure as assistant coach and director of scouting. A North Carolina native, Branch turned his role as the Charlotte Hornets' first intern into a 10-year run with the expansion team's basketball operations staff to spark his NBA career. As an administrative assistant in the Hornets’ player personnel department from 1987-90, Branch designed the team’s first computerized scouting database to track collegiate and pro talent, and ended his run with the Hornets as the team's director of scouting. Branch’s career exploits earned him the coveted role of advance scout for USA Basketball, culminating in a Gold Medal win for the 2008 Olympic team coached by Mike Krzyzewski. He also has served twice as a coach 21 28 in the NBA’s Basketball Without Borders program. As part of this outreach effort, Branch traveled to South Africa and participated in a weeklong camp attracting Africa’s top 100 basketball players. Branch and his wife, Monicah McGee, have two children, Ava and Tate.

Assistant General Manager Steve Rosenberry enters his fourth season as an assistant general manager in 2013-14. Rosenberry will again work with Trail Blazers Director of College Scouting Chad Buchanan on evaluating collegiate players, and assist General Manager Neil Olshey in generating and vetting free agent and trade opportunities. A veteran NBA talent evaluator, Rosenberry most recently served as director of pro personnel/ college scouting with the Atlanta Hawks from 2008-10. Rosenberry got his NBA start with Seattle in 1985 and worked for six seasons there as a scout before joining the Charlotte Hornets in a similar capacity from 1991-94. Rosenberry returned to Seattle in 1994 and spent the next 13 seasons there until 2007, most recently Steve Rosenberry serving as director of scouting. He then spent the 2007-08 season as a consultant with the Milwaukee Bucks. A talented player in his own right, Rosenberry played two seasons for the Lancaster Red Roses of the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) from 1978-80. He then spent two years in Europe with the McGregor Power All-Stars before pursuing a career in basketball management. A 1978 Guilford College (Greensboro, N.C.) graduate, Rosenberry was a three-year guard for the NAIA school. A Philadelphia native, Rosenberry spent his high school days in Harrisburg, Pa. He and his wife, Kathi, have a daughter, Taylor, and a son, Kyle.

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Basketball Operations Director, College Scouting Chad Buchanan enters his seventh season as the Trail Blazers’ Director of College Scouting and served as the team's Acting General Manager from 2011-12. In his expanded role, Buchanan oversaw the 2011 NBA Draft, player transactions and free agency. Buchanan spent three seasons as a domestic scout for the team. Buchanan focuses on all college, international and high school scouting. In addition, he manages the continued development of scouting database content, organizes all pre-draft workouts and assists in NBA player evaluation. Buchanan served for two seasons as a graduate assistant for the University of Iowa men’s basketball team before becoming an assistant coach for Simpson College from 1997-2002. In Chad 2002, he was an assistant coach and assistant director of player personnel for the Buchanan Kansas City Knights (ABA), before returning to the college ranks as an assistant coach at Drake University from 2003-04. The West Des Moines, Iowa native played both baseball and basketball for four years at Simpson College prior to receiving his master’s in athletic administration from the University of Iowa. Born on Sept. 13, 1972, Chad and his wife, Melanie, are the parents of Treyson and Addilane, and reside in Tualatin.

Director, NBA Scouting Michael Born is entering his seventh season as the Trail Blazers’ Director of NBA Scouting. Prior to that, Born spent three seasons as a domestic scout for the team. Born attends games at all levels to evaluate talent for the draft, trades and free agency. Born has extensive coaching and player personnel experience, including stops at Grand View College (1991-93); Pella Windows Exhibition, a college touring team that won two AAU Men’s National Championships (1993-2001); the Des Moines Dragons of the IBA, which won a title in 2000 (1997-2001); the Kansas City Knights of the ABA, where he served as associate head coach and won a championship (2001-02); and the NBA D-League Huntsville Flight (2002-04). Born Michael Born played at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (1984-86) before transferring to Iowa State (1987-1989). He helped lead the Cyclones to two NCAA tournament berths and was co-captain his senior season. After earning his degree in art and design, he played in France and Germany (1989-90) and with the IBA Des Moines Dragons (1997-1999). Born on Jan. 13, 1966, he has three children - Amron, Bowen, and Redek.

Pro Scout/Salary Cap Analyst

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Joe Cronin enters his eighth season with the Trail Blazers in 2013-14. Cronin has been the team’s Salary Cap and Collective Bargaining Agreement expert since 2010, and is an important part of team’s strategic planning and player evaluation process. Active in draft, trade, and free agent acquisitions/negotiations, he is also a full-time scout where splits his time between NBA and college scouting. Cronin was the 2011-12 recipient of the Trail Blazers’ “Unify People in a Championship Culture” Award. He joined the team as a Basketball Operations Intern in 2006 after finishing graduate school at the University of Denver, where he earned his master’s degree and served as the Graduate Assistant for the men’s basketball team. A Denver native who played college basketball at Regis University and the University of Northern Colorado, Cronin resides in Portland.

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Basketball Operations Ben Falk enters his fourth season in 2013-14 as the team’s Basketball Analytics Manager. In his current role, Falk works closely with the front office and the coaching staff, leading the team’s efforts to integrate statistics and technology into the Trail Blazers coaching and management processes. Falk was a part-time statistical analyst beginning in November 2008 while still in college. The Potomac, Md., native graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in Economics and Internet and Society.

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Scouting Coordinator Sean Kiely begins his fifth season with the Trail Blazers in 2013-14. As the team’s Scouting Coordinator, Kiely works closely with the team’s basketball operations staff, performs a number of scouting duties and manages personnel at the team’s NBA Development League affiliate, the Idaho Stampede. Kiely, who began his tenure with the Trail Blazers as a corporate sponsorship intern in 2008, moved on to an internship in the basketball operations department in 2008-09 before being hired full time. A native of West Linn, Oregon, Kiely graduated from the University of Oregon, where he studied Economics and Business.

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Video Coordinator

Jonathan Yim

Jonathan Yim enters his first season as Video Coordinator for the Trail Blazers in 2013-14. 26 Yim’s duties include preparing scouting video for pregame, in-game and postgame meetings for coaches and players, and managing the recording and editing of all Trail Blazers games, opponents and international contests. Yim spent last season serving as an assistant video intern with the Los Angeles Clippers, where he was responsible for video breakdowns of Clippers games, opponents games and distributing information to the coaching staff. Prior to joining the Clippers, he coached high school basketball for 10 years and coached an AAU National Championship team. A native of Irvine, Calif., Yim graduated from Cal-State Fullerton, where he studied History.

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Basketball Operations Vice President, Team Relations As Vice President of Team Relations, Cheri Hanson facilitates cooperation and communication among players, coaches, business staff, agents, player families, team 26 alumni, and the NBA to help all parties achieve business and community objectives. Hanson collaborates with athletes and their agents to further brand management initiatives, including communications strategy and scheduling of meetings and public appearances. She also oversees player programs, alumni relations and the Trail Blazers Ambassador program. This is Hanson’s fourth season in her current role. She joined the Trail Blazers in June 2007 as Vice President of Communications. It was a professional homecoming for the Portland native, whose NBA career began Cheri Hanson in 1974 as an assistant to her father, John White, the team’s original publicity director (and the recipient of the 1998 Splaver/McHugh “Tribute to Excellence” award). After a decade under her father’s tutelage, Hanson directed public relations efforts for the Golden State Warriors (1985-90), the Seattle SuperSonics (1992-99) and the Milwaukee Bucks (1999-2007), and also served as the NBA’s assistant director of media relations (1990-92). Twice, in 1987 and 2009, Hanson and her colleagues have been recognized for media relations leadership. Cheri and husband David have two boys, Nicholas (9) and Kyle (8).

Player Programs Director The team’s Player Programs Director, Hersey Hawkins enters his fifth season with the Trail Blazers in 2013-14. A 13-year NBA veteran, Hawkins brings a wealth of professional experience to the position, where he serves as a critical resource of support for the players’ professional, social and personal development. Hawkins is responsible for building strong relationships with the players as well as their families, agents and business associates. He also works closely with basketball operations, player representatives and the Trail Blazers’ business departments to help build and maintain strategic partnerships. Hawkins’ illustrious playing career included NBA All-Rookie honors in 1989, an All-Star appearance in 1991, a trip to the NBA Finals Hersey in 1996 and the NBA Sportsmanship Award in 1999. Known as a sharp-shooter from Hawkins the perimeter, Hawkins ranks among the NBA’s all-time leaders in three-pointers made (1,226) and three-point percentage (.394). The Bradley University star is one of just seven NCAA Division I men’s basketball players to score 3,000 career points. Hawkins’ 36.3 points per contest as a senior led the nation. Since retiring from the league in 2001, Hawkins has worked as a TV analyst for both NBA and college broadcasts. He has coached all three of his sons, Brandon, Corey and Devon, as an assistant at Estrella Foothills High School in Goodyear, Ariz., since 2006. Hawkins and his wife, Jennifer, have been married for 25 years.

Director of Basketball Operations

Nick West

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Nick West begins his fourth season with the Trail Blazers. In his role as Director of Basketball Operations, West directs the daily operations of the basketball department and oversees the administration of the Trail Blazers Practice Facility. West’s duties also include team travel management, agent relations, finance/accounting and preseason scheduling. He worked for the Trail Blazers previously from 1996-2000, serving as the team’s Small College Scouting Coordinator. A native of Seattle, West began working in the NBA as a volunteer for the Seattle Supersonics in the sixth grade in 1987, and later served as a team attendant for the Sonics from 1992-96. Prior to returning to the Trail Blazers for the 2010-11 season, West spent five years working in the recruiting department of Microsoft and spent six years coaching high school basketball in the Seattle area. Obtaining his Masters in Education from Seattle Pacific University this past June, Nick and his wife Stephanie are the proud parents of daughters Gabrielle and Olivia.

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Basketball Communications Jim Taylor begins his 16th overall season with the Trail Blazers after being promoted to Vice President of Basketball Communications in 2013. Taylor is the team’s primary media contact and spokesperson on all basketball-related matters. In addition to overseeing the day-to-day and game night media operations, Taylor helps facilitate interviews, appearances, media events and the dissemination of Trail Blazers basketball news and information. Taylor works across other departments assisting in the development and execution of the Trail Blazers’ integrated marketing plans and communications initiatives. Taylor previously worked for the team as director of corporate communications from 1991-98, and website content manager from 2005-07. Between his tenures with the organization, Taylor served Jim Taylor as the venue director for the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup before becoming the general manager of the Portland Timbers soccer team, a position he held for five years. A native of Vancouver, Wash., Taylor graduated from Hudson’s Bay High School, Mt. Hood Community College and Oregon State University. Jim and his wife, Kippie, are the parents of two daughters, Ali and Zoe, and reside in Vancouver, Wash.

Basketball Communications Director

Collin Romer

Collin Romer enters his ninth season with the Trail Blazers in 2013-14. In his role as Basketball Communications Director, Romer serves as a primary media contact for the team and basketball personnel. He oversees the production of game notes, the media guide, press releases and statistical records. Romer also manages the team’s game night stats crew, media room crew and intern program. Prior to joining the Trail Blazers in 2005, he spent three seasons as media relations manager for the Portland Timbers soccer team and Portland Beavers Triple-A baseball team at what is now Jeld-Wen Field. Romer was previously a member of the Trail Blazers’ game night media room crew during the 2002-03 campaign. A Northeast Portland native who attended the city’s Grant High School, he is a 2002 graduate of the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication. Collin and his wife, Breanna, live in Portland with their son, Oscar, and their mutt, Ralphie.

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Business Operations Vice President, Finance

Bill Christensen

Entering his 22nd year with the Trail Blazers, Bill Christensen serves as the team’s Vice President of Finance. Christensen oversees the financial operations of the team and arena, including budgeting, forecasting and financial reporting in addition to his risk management responsibilities. Originally a retail employee with the organization, Christensen moved into an accountant position at Oregon Arena Corporation when the team took up management of the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in 1993. He has since held the position of Controller for team properties Action Sports Media, Oregon Arena Corporation and Rose City Radio before being promoted to Senior Financial Analyst for the Trail Blazers in 2005 and Vice President of Finance in 2010. A member of the 2009 Portland Business Alliance’s Leadership Portland program, Christensen is the Treasurer of the make it better Foundation and an assistant coach for his daughter’s soccer team. A Portland-area native and Oregon State University graduate, Bill and his wife, Kim, reside in Lake Oswego with their children Jack, Ashley and Quinn.

Vice President, Marketing & Digital

Dewayne Hankins

Dewayne Hankins enters his first full season as Vice President of Marketing & Digital with the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter in 2013-14. Hankins oversees advertising, promotions, creative services, digital media, game operations, events and retail for the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter. In his previous role with AEG Sports, Hankins oversaw the digital efforts of AEG’s sports properties worldwide, including the LA Kings and LA Galaxy. Hankins directed the Kings’ cutting-edge social media initiatives from 2010-13, which garnered national media attention from Time Magazine, The NewYork Times, USA Today and ESPN, among others. As a result of his efforts, the Kings consistently ranked among the NHL’s leaders in key website metrics during his tenure, while enjoying more social media growth (1,500%) than any other NHL team. Prior to joining the Kings, Hankins spent six seasons with the Minnesota Wild serving as the team's Manager of Web & Creative Services. A native of the Chicagoland area, Hankins is a 2002 graduate of Iowa State University, where he majored in journalism and mass communications. He and his wife, Gloria, and their son, Hudson, reside in NW Portland.

Vice President, Ticket Sales & Service

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Tyler Howell was named Vice President of Ticket Sales & Service prior to the 2013-14 season after being promoted to Vice President of Ticket Sales in October 2009. In his current position, he oversees all staff responsible for the ticketing aspects of the business, including season tickets, packages, groups and single game sales. Howell had served as Senior Director of Ticket Sales for the Trail Blazers since July 2007. He joined the Trail Blazers in June 2003, and has also held the roles of Director of Inside Sales and Director of Ticket Sales. Howell came to Portland to oversee the creation and development of the Inside Sales department for the Trail Blazers. He entered the sports industry in 2001-02 with the Utah Jazz, bringing 10 years of sales, training and management experience with him. Howell is originally from Nibley, Utah, and has a bachelor’s degree in business from Utah State University. He currently resides in Washougal, Wash., with his wife Christie, daughters Hailey, Aubrey and Brooke, and son Wyatt.

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Vincent Ircandia currently leads the Business Analytics & Ticket Operations department for the Trail Blazers. The department works cross-functionally to enhance data-based decision making across the organization and ultimately affect bottom-line growth. Key areas of focus include ticket operations, organizational and departmental reporting, CRM/consumer insights, business opportunity analysis, email marketing and ticket sales yield analysis. Prior to the Trail Blazers, Ircandia was Director of Business Operations Vince Ircandia and Analytics for AEG Sports, where he worked with department heads to identify and evaluate revenue enhancement opportunities and increase margins. In this same role, Ircandia provided AEG Sports member properties, including the LA Kings and LA Galaxy, with the analytical support necessary to create a culture reliant on data-based decision making. Prior to joining AEG, Ircandia earned his MBA at USC's Marshall School of Business. His previous work experience includes equity research, corporate finance and venture capital roles with two industry leading investment firms. Ircandia was raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Vice President, Engineering & Technology Mike Janes was promoted to Vice President of Engineering and Technology in 2012. In his current role, Janes directs all technology for both the team's broadcasting and information technology departments. He also oversees the Trail Blazers' satellite radio networks, broadcast production facilities and business technology. Prior to assuming his current position, Janes served as the team's Director of Engineering since 1999. A 31-year veteran of the Trail Blazers, Janes began working on game days in 1982. In addition to his work with the Trail Blazers, he performed video post-production and duplication for 11 years as Director of Engineering at Vaughn Communications in Portland. Janes has Mike Janes been a member of the University Club of Portland since 1989. An Oregon native, he is a graduate of the University of Portland and Jesuit High School. The proud parents of two kids, Edwin and Marian, Janes and his wife, Ethel, make their home in Beaverton, Ore., where Janes is a member of the Portland Triumph Owners Association and drives a 1978 Triumph Spitfire.

Vice President, Premium Seating

Anthony Jones-DeBerry

Anthony Jones-DeBerry joined the Trail Blazers in December 2012. A seasoned executive with more than 17 years of sales experience emphasizing premium seating and suites, Jones-DeBerry serves as the team’s Vice President of Premium Seating. Before relocating to Portland, Jones-DeBerry was most recently Executive Vice President of Sales for Los Angeles-based Owners Pass, a national specialty sales consultant for Fortune 1000 companies in the creation of customized corporate packages. Divisions under his management focused on premium seats and experience offerings for such events as the Super Bowl, BCS National Championship Game and the NCAA Basketball Final Four. Prior to his time at Owners Pass, Jones-DeBerry served as Vice President of Premium Seating Sales at STAPLES Center. His career also includes senior sales executive roles for other AEG-owned venues – The Home Depot Center (Carson, CA), Sprint Center (Kansas City) and O2 Arena (London). A football letterman as a linebacker at the University of Notre Dame and later UCLA, Jones-DeBerry holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA.

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Business Operations Vice President, General Counsel

Ben Lauritsen

Ben Lauritsen enters his fourth season with the Trail Blazers in 2013-14 and his second as the team’s Vice President and General Counsel. Lauritsen provides the Trail Blazers and Moda Center with legal and business advice, contract negotiation, NBA and government compliance, dispute management, and works cross-departmentally to ensure team objectives are accomplished. He also serves as the Secretary for the team’s charity arm, the make it better Foundation. Prior to joining the Trail Blazers, Lauritsen spent two years as an associate at Stoel Rives LLP in Portland, following a two-year stint as an associate at Latham & Watkins LLP in London, England. Lauritsen graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in 2004, where he was awarded a merit-based scholarship as a Cornerstone Scholar. Upon graduation from law school, he spent a year as a judicial clerk for Judge David G. Campbell in the U.S. District of Arizona. Lauritsen currently resides in Southwest Portland with his wife, Alena, and three children, Natalie (10), Ian (7) and Brock (2).

Vice President, Corporate Communications & Public Engagement Trail Blazers Vice President of Corporate Communications and Public Engagement, Michael Lewellen, APR, has directed the Trail Blazers’ corporate communications, business communications and public engagement strategies since 2012. His role also includes leadership of public and civic affairs, and media communications concerning Rip City Management, Moda Center, Rose Quarter and Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Lewellen's award-winning career over the past 30-plus years includes senior positions with Nike, Turner Michael Lewellen Sports, Fox Sports Net, Black Entertainment Television, NBC Universal, Heart of Florida United Way and other iconic brands in media strategies, reputation management, sports and entertainment publicity, crisis response and brand communications. A native of Jonesboro, Ark., Lewellen holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Arkansas State University and is an accredited public relations practitioner through the Public Relations Society of America and International Association of Business Communicators. In 2009, the 58th Annual Southern Regional Press Institute at Savannah State University bestowed upon Lewellen the Robert S. Abbott Memorial Award for Meritorious Service in Mass Communications. The National Black Public Relations Society honored Lewellen in 2005 with its highest honor – the Founders Award – for his achievements in the public relations profession. Lewellen is the father of three children – Brandi, Elliott (deceased) and Ethan.

Vice President, Human Resources Sarah Petrone enters her first season with the Trail Blazers as Vice President of Human Resources. From Portland, Petrone joined the team in June 2013 after serving as Head of Human Resources, People and Culture for the North America Region of Denmarkbased Vestas Wind Technology. Petrone worked out of the company’s Portland offices and managed all Human Resources operations for its North American Sales, Technology and Manufacturing divisions. Petrone’s path to the Trail Blazers also included positions as an HR Consultant for Genentech in Hillsboro, Manager of Human Resources, Training and Development for A-dec, Inc. in Newberg, and regional employee relations and Sarah Petrone training assignments for Hollywood Entertainment, Inc. in Wilsonville. Petrone earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration at Marylhurst after graduating Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication at Oregon State. Petrone is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR) as administered nationally by the HR Certification Institute. She also served as a board member of the Portland Community College Foundation for six years promoting education and access to the Portland community. Married to Donald Rose, a Portland Public Schools teacher, Petrone is the mother of two children.

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Traci Rose serves as Vice President of Community Relations and CEO of the team's make it better Foundation. She oversees Trail Blazers community and foundation Front Office initiatives, youth basketball outreach, employee volunteerism and the NBA Cares

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community agenda. Rose earned her certificate of Corporate Community Involvement from the Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College. She is an alumnus of the Portland Business Alliance’s Leadership Portland class of 2007 and was named a top “Connector” by the 2011 Portland-Vancouver Connector Project. Rose serves on the Board of Directors for Albina Head Start, Friends of the Children and the Urban League of Portland. Traci and her husband, Pat, live in Portland’s Parkrose neighborhood with their two children, Jacob and Margaret.

Vice President, Corporate Partnerships Sales & Service Entering his fifth season with the Trail Blazers, Steve Scott was promoted to Vice President of Corporate Partnerships Sales & Service in 2012. Scott oversees the corporate sponsorship sales and service teams responsible for strategic sponsorship initiatives and new partner development, and most recently led the organization’s efforts to rename the arena to the Moda Center. He formerly held the positions of Corporate Partnerships Sales Manager from 2009-10 and Sr. Manager of Corporate Partnerships from 2010-12. Scott is a product of the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism. He and his wife, Kelly, have two children, Crary and Carson, and reside in Northwest Portland.

Front Office

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Vice President, Broadcasting &Technology

Dick Vardanega

Dick Vardanega, a veteran of television broadcasting in the Portland area, enters his 18th season with the Trail Blazers, now as Vice President of Broadcasting & Technology. Vardanega joined the organization in 1995 as production manager for Post Up Productions. He was promoted to director of broadcasting for the Trail Blazers and the Oregon Arena Corporation in 2000 before being elevated to Vice President in 2002. Vardanega is a Portland native, graduating with a bachelor of science degree in speech communications from Oregon State University. He is also a volunteer with the American Red Cross and the SMART program at Sabin Elementary School. Dick and his wife, Nancy, have a son, Nick, and daughter, Katie.

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Heather Acevedo

TJ Ansley

Ketura Bargas

Greg Bauman

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Executive Assistant to the President

Director of Digital Media

Loyalty Programs Coordinator

Group Sales Account Manager

Trail Cat

Greg Bobnick

Todd Bosma

Alec Botts

Matt Bronstein

Debbie Brown

Retail Operations Coordinator

Director of Game Operations & Events

Inside Sales Representative

Ticket Sales Manager

Service Manager

Nate Brown

Brian Buck

Dawn Buckwalter

Michelle Burch

Lisa Burke

Director of Outside Sales

Ticket Sales Manager

Accounts Receivable Coordinator

Performance Teams Manager

Business Manager

Lauren Burkle

Alice Carrick

Debbie Chitwood

Anna Colasuonno

Daniel Cole

Service Manager

Administrative Assistant

Premium Seating Business Manager

Season Ticket Service Manager

Retail Operations Manager

Brian Conkle

Pat Cummins

Jeff Curtin

Joanna De Peralta

Julie DeCourcey

Computer Support Manager

Computer Support Specialist

Producer, Blazers Broadcasting

Senior Season Ticket Services Manager

Premium Service Coordinator

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Patti DeCourcey

Jack Dellert

Mychal Deming

Sara Dettenmaier

Wyndell Durham

Business Assistant

Mascot Coordinator

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Premium Service Manager

Practice Facility Security Agent

Hannah Eggert

Gus Farah

Steve Farnsworth

Jason Filippi

Meggie Finn

Group Experience & Community Program Manager

Sales Manager

Database Marketing Manager

International Scout

Motion Graphics Designer/ Editor

Ryan Flaherty

Matthew Gardner

Maia Garner

Ryan Gibson

Linda Glasser

Director of Marketing & Creative

Loyalty Programs Coordinator

Legal Administrative Assistant/Receptionist

Premium Sales Manager

Controller

Jennifer Glickman-Hett

Shevaun Good

John Goodwin

Aaron Grossman

June Hall

Sales Manager

Premium Sales Manager

Senior Premium Service Manager

Communications Coordinator

Paralegal

Beth Hancock

Robert Hanlon

Kevin Hart

Dustin Hawes

Sarah Hecht

Executive Assistant to GM & Coaches

Business Technology Architect

Practice Facility Security Agent

Managing Editor, Digital Media

Digital Host & Features Producer

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Brant Helms

Geri Holden

Kilynn Honiotes

Joe Isse

Ian Jaquiss

Athletic Equipment Manager

Payroll Manager

Sales Manager

Inside Sales Manager

Director of Community Programs

Andrew Kastenbaum

Tracy Katigbak

Scott Kniess

Kris Koivisto

Brooke LaSalle

Inside Sales Representative

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Premium Service Manager

Corporate Communications Manager

Season Ticket Service Manager

Nichole Latham

Donovan Le

Omar Leary

Alexis Lee

Shawana Lee

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Network Systems Manager

Youth Outreach Coordinator

Advertising & Promotions Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Theresa Link

Larry Llorente

Kari Lockhart

Mario Lucero

Aaron Marshall

Sales Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Senior Ticket Operations Coordinator

Digital Media Coordinator

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Mia Mazzocco

Colin McCall

Chris McMurtry

Finnian McNeff

Mario Milosevic

Season Ticket Service Manager

Service Manager

Broadcast Director

Human Resources Manager

Senior Graphic Designer

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Brent Misfeldt

Rebecca Mlinar

Justin Molter

Cheryl Mueller

Shadee Musa

Media TrafďŹ c/Research Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Digital Video Producer

Assistant Director of Ticket Operations

Database Marketing Coordinator

Mike North

Tokunbo Okedara

Billie Olson

Karen Olson

Lauren Oyadomari

Group Sales Account Manager

Practice Facility Security Agent

Director of Production

Ticket Operations Coordinator

Inside Sales Representative

Lou Pallotta

Andi Peterson

Melissa Ray

Heather Reeder

Caroline Rich

Telecommunications Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Season Ticket Service Manager

Group Sales Account Manager

Arena Content Manager

Todd Ricksger

Becky Robbins

Rhonda Rosemus

John Ross

Paul Rothschild

Senior Season Ticket Services Manager

Service Manager

Community Relations Coordinator

Assistant Video Coordinator

Group Sales Account Manager

Chico Salas-Lopez

Dan Scheinman

Rachel Scherger

Michelle Schoonover

Mike Schumacher

Security & Practice Facility Manager

Sales Manager

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Accounts Payable Coordinator

Database Analyst

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Justina Smith

Toni Smith

Ann Sousley

Lori Spencer

Lisa Swan

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Receptionist

Assistant Controller & Analyst

Internal Ticketing Director

Group Sales Account Manager

Elise Szalay

David Tauber

Erin Thompson

Ryan Tinsley

Kevin Tucker

Senior Accountant

Game Operations & Events Manager

Director of Season Ticket Services

Premium Sales Manager

Director of Team Security

Kevin Tyner

Kerry Watkins

Blake Wehling

Jeff Wilhelms

Bruce Williams

Ticket Sales Manager

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Director of Group Ticket Sales

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Brandon Bateman John McCullough Jim Riley Russell Sims Taylor Thomason Neil Wagner Bjorn Zetterberg Kendall Williams

Alex Wilson

Justin Zeulner

Amy Zuckerman

Ticket Sales Manager

Club House Attendant

Senior Director of Sustainability & Public Affairs

Human Resources Systems Manager

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NAME LaMarcus Aldridge Will Barton Nicolas Batum Victor Claver Allen Crabbe Joel Freeland Meyers Leonard Damian Lillard Robin Lopez Wesley Matthews CJ McCollum Thomas Robinson Earl Watson Mo Williams Dorell Wright

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BORN 7/19/85 1/6/91 12/14/88 8/30/88 4/9/92 2/7/87 2/27/92 7/15/90 4/1/88 10/14/86 9/19/91 3/17/91 6/12/79 12/19/82 12/2/85

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PRIOR TO NBA/ HOME COUNTRY Texas/USA Memphis/USA MSB Le Mans/France Valencia/Spain California/USA Unicaja Malaga/England Illinois/USA Weber State/USA Stanford/USA Marquette/USA Lehigh/USA Kansas/USA UCLA/USA Alabama/USA South Kent Prep (Conn.)/USA

HEAD COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terry Stotts (Oklahoma) ASSISTANT COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jay Triano (Simon Fraser) ASSISTANT COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David Vanterpool (St. Bonaventure) ASSISTANT COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nate Tibbetts (South Dakota) ASSISTANT COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kim Hughes (Wisconsin) ASSISTANT COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dale Osbourne (South Alabama) DIRECTOR OF PLAYER HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE. . . Chris Stackpole (Boston University) HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Geoff Clark (Oregon State) SPORTS PERFORMANCE SPECIALIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd Forcier (Washington State) SPORTS PERFORMANCE SPECIALIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ben Kenyon (Adelphi University) VIDEO COORDINATOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jonathan Yim (Cal State Fullerton)

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BIRTHDATE: JULY 19, 1985 BIRTHPLACE: DALLAS, TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL: SEAGOVILLE (DALLAS) COLLEGE: TEXAS NBA EXPERIENCE: SEVEN SEASONS W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: SEVEN SEASONS

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 42 (VS. CHICAGO, 2/7/11) REBOUNDS: 19 (VS. MILWAUKEE, 12/20/10) ASSISTS: 8 (VS. ATLANTA, 11/12/13)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Acquired by Portland from the Chicago Bulls with a future second-round draft pick for Viktor Khryapa and the draft rights to Tyrus Thomas (fourth pick overall) on June 28, 2006. Originally selected by the Bulls in the ďŹ rst round (second pick overall) of the 2006 NBA Draft. 2012-13 SEASON: Notched averages of 21.1 points (ninth in NBA), career highs of 9.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists, 0.84 steals, 1.23 blocks and 37.7 minutes in 74 games (all starts) ‌ Shot 48.4 percent from the ďŹ eld and 81.0 percent from the free throw line ‌ Just the fourth Trail Blazer in team history to rank top 10 in the NBA in scoring multiple seasons (Geoff Petrie, Kiki Vandeweghe, Clyde Drexler) ‌ Only NBA player to average 21.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game ‌ Ranked 16th in the NBA in rebounds per game and 23rd in blocks per contest ‌ Selected to his second consecutive NBA All-Star Game, the 11th player in franchise history to be named to an All-Star game multiple times and the eighth to earn the distinction in consecutive seasons ‌ Named NBA Western Conference Player of the Week for the week of March 11-17 ‌ Recorded a career-best 38 double-doubles ‌ Led the NBA with 16 games of 25 points and 10 rebounds and with eight games of at least 30 points and 10 boards ‌ Led the team in scoring 29 times, in rebounds 31 times and in assists on six different occasions ‌ Tallied a double-double in seven straight games from Jan. 27-Feb. 8, a new career long double-double streak ‌ Made the game-winning shot as time expired against Dallas on Jan. 29, a 106-104 victory ‌ Set a career high with eight assists vs. Atlanta on Nov. 12 ‌ Finished with 30 points (12-23 FG) and 21 rebounds against Golden State on April 17, joining Maurice Lucas as the only Trail Blazers in team history with two career 30-point, 20-rebound games ‌ Scored a season-high 33 points Jan. 13 vs. Oklahoma City.

NBA CAREER: Has career averages of 18.3 points (49.3% FG, 78.3% FT), 7.8 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.03 blocks and 35.4 minutes in 508 games (467 starts) ‌ Led team in scoring 175 times and rebounding 169 times in 508 career games ‌ Scored 20 points or more on 231 occasions ‌ Ranks ďŹ fth 40

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in offensive rebounds in team history (1,393), sixth in total rebounds (3,943), seventh in points (9,298), ďŹ eld goals made (3,810) and defensive rebounds (2,550), eighth in blocks (522) and minutes (17,962), and ninth in free throws made (1,657) ‌ 2011-12: Posted averages of 21.7 points (seventh in NBA), 8.0 rebounds, 36.3 minutes (all team highs), 0.93 steals, 0.82 blocks, and 2.4 assists in 55 games (all starts) ‌ Earned his ďŹ rst career NBA All-Star Game selection ‌ Became the ďŹ rst Trail Blazer to ďŹ nish in the NBA’s top seven in scoring since Clyde Drexler placed fourth in 1991-92 ... Only the sixth Trail Blazer to ďŹ nish in the top 10 in scoring in a season (Geoff Petrie, Sidney Wicks, Kiki Vandeweghe, Clyde Drexler, Brandon Roy) ‌ Was one of three players in the NBA to average at least 21.7 points per game and shoot at least 50 percent from the ďŹ eld (LeBron James and Kevin Durant were the other two) ‌ Became the ďŹ rst player in team history to record 33 points and 23 rebounds in the same game Jan. 20 at Toronto ... Missed the last eight games of the season with a hip ailment ‌ Underwent successful surgery on right hip on April 12 ‌ 2010-11: Averaged a teamhigh 21.8 points (50.0% FG, 79.1% FT) to go with 8.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.01 steals, 1.16 blocks and 39.6 minutes in 81 games (all starts) ‌ One of three NBA players to rank in the top 15 in points (14th) and rebounds (14th) ‌ Finished third in the NBA in minutes per game (39.6) ‌ Named to the All-NBA Third Team ‌ His 36 double-doubles led the team ‌ Named Western Conference Player of the Month for February, becoming the third Trail Blazer ever to win the award (Clyde Drexler, 1991 and Kelvin Ransey, 1981) ... Joined Clyde Drexler and Brandon Roy as the only Trail Blazers to win Western Conference Player of the Week twice in one season (Jan. 17-23, Feb. 7-13) ‌ Became the ďŹ rst Trail Blazer to record three straight games of 36 points or more (42, Feb. 7 vs. Chicago, 37, Feb. 11 at Toronto and 36, Feb. 13 at Detroit) ... Scored a career-high 42 points and tied a career high with 12 free throws vs. Chicago on Feb. 7 ... Netted 40 points and a career-high 16 ďŹ eld goals, adding 11 rebounds Feb. 1 vs. San Antonio ... Became the ďŹ rst Trail Blazer to score at least 25 points and grab 10 rebounds in ďŹ ve straight games (Jan. 2-9) ... 2009-10: Averaged 17.9 points (49.5% FG, 75.7% FT), 8.0 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 0.86 steals and 37.5 minutes in


PLAYOFFS: Played in 18 career postseason games (all starts) for the Trail Blazers, averaging 19.8 points (46.2% FG), 7.0 rebounds, 1.72 blocks and 40.2 minutes ‌ 2011: Led the team with 20.8 points to go with 7.5 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.33 steals and 1.67 blocks in 43.0 minutes vs. Dallas ‌ Netted 20

points or more in four games ‌ Led the team in scoring twice and rebounding twice ‌ 2010: Led team in scoring (19.0), steals (1.17, tied), blocks (1.83) and minutes (38.2), and ranked second in rebounds (6.0) in six games (all starts) against Phoenix ... Posted a playoff career-high 31 points (11-19 FG, 9-12 FT) to go with 11 rebounds April 24 vs. Phoenix, becoming the ďŹ rst Trail Blazer to tally at least 30 points, 10 rebounds and shoot 50 percent from the ďŹ eld in a playoff game since Kevin Duckworth on May 12, 1991 ‌ 2009: Started all six of Portland’s games, averaging 19.5 points (49.0% FG), a team-best 7.5 rebounds, 1.67 blocks and 39.5 minutes vs. Houston ‌ Netted 20-plus points in three games.

COLLEGE: Averaged 13.5 points (59.7% FG), 8.2 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 1.8 blocks in 53 games with the Longhorns from 2004-06 ‌ Counted 15.0 points, 9.2 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in his second and ďŹ nal season, ranking second on the team in scoring and ďŹ rst in blocks ‌ Named Big 12 Defensive Player of The Year and First Team All-Big 12 as a sophomore in 2005-06 ‌ Earned Third Team NABC All-America honors and Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America honors as a sophomore ‌ Led the country in ďŹ eld goal percentage (66.3%) as a freshman in 2004-05.

PERSONAL: Son of Georgia Aldridge ‌ Nicknames include “L-Aâ€? and “L-Trainâ€? ‌ Hand delivered meals to 100 Police Activities families during the 2012 holiday season ‌ Recipient of the 2010-11 Maurice Lucas Award, given annually to the Trail Blazers player who best represents the true spirit of Maurice Lucas through his contributions on the court and in the community ‌ Named the 2010-11 Northwest Division winner and a ďŹ nalist for the NBA Sportsmanship Award ‌ Named as one of 20 ďŹ nalists for USA Basketball’s Olympic Roster in 2012 ... Was a member of the 2008 USA Basketball Men’s Select Team ‌ Majored in Corporate Communications at Texas ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Named a 2004 McDonald’s All-American Team selection his senior year of high school ‌ Favorite food is a big Texas steak.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM G-GS MIN 06-07 Portland 63-22 1392 07-08 Portland 76-76 2649 08-09 Portland 81-81 3004 09-10 Portland 78-78 2922 10-11 Portland 81-81 3211 11-12 Portland 55-55 1994 12-13 Portland 74-74 2790 TOTALS 508-467 17962

FGM 241 561 601 579 707 483 638 3810

FGA 479 1160 1243 1169 1415 943 1318 7727

‰ 1U'( ‰ PCT. FGM FGA PCT. .503 0 2 .000 .484 1 7 .143 .484 7 28 .250 .495 5 16 .313 .500 4 23 .174 .512 2 11 .182 .484 2 14 .143 .493 21 101 .208

FTM 83 227 261 230 351 223 282 1657

FTA 115 298 334 304 444 274 348 2117

o3FCPVOETo PCT. OFF DEF TOT .722 144 168 312 .762 220 358 578 .781 234 371 605 .757 192 435 627 .791 278 431 709 .814 150 292 442 .810 175 495 670 .783 1393 2550 3943

‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 24 186-3 22 43 73 565 5.0 0.4 9.0 122 240-7 55 126 94 1350 7.6 1.6 17.8 157 207-4 77 121 77 1470 7.5 1.9 18.1 160 231-2 67 104 48 1393 8.0 2.1 17.9 170 220-3 82 153 94 1769 8.8 2.1 21.8 134 153-1 51 111 45 1191 8.0 2.4 21.7 192 187-1 62 143 91 1560 9.1 2.6 21.1 9591424-21 416 801 522 9298 7.8 1.9 18.3

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 2009 Portland 2010 Portland 2011 Portland TOTALS

G-GS MIN FGM 6-6 237 51 6-6 229 40 6-6 258 53 18-18 724 144

FGA 104 93 115 312

‰1U'(‰ o 3FCPVOETo ‰"WFSBHFT‰ PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG .490 1 4 .250 14 20 .700 9 36 45 8 16-0 3 10 10 117 7.5 1.3 19.5 .430 1 2 .500 33 44 .750 10 26 36 13 16-0 7 11 11 114 6.0 2.2 19.0 .461 0 0 --- 19 24 .792 16 29 45 8 19-0 8 9 10 125 7.5 1.3 20.8 .462 2 6 .333 66 88 .750 35 91 126 29 51-0 18 30 31 356 7.0 1.6 19.8

NBA All-Star Game STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 2012 West 2013 West TOTALS

‰1U'(‰ o 3FCPVOETo ‰"WFSBHFT‰ G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 1-0 10 2 5 .400 0 0 --0 0 --0 1 1 1 0-0 0 0 0 4 1.0 1.0 4.0 1-0 11 0 2 .000 0 0 --0 0 --0 4 4 1 0-0 0 1 2 0 4.0 1.0 0.0 2-0 21 2 7 .286 0 0 --0 0 --0 5 5 2 0-0 0 1 2 4 2.5 1.0 2.0

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78 games (all starts) ‌ Averaged a team-best 19.7 points in last 44 games ... Led team with 24 double-doubles ‌ Netted a season-best 32 points on 15 ďŹ eld goals (of 23) Feb. 26 at Chicago ... Scored 15-plus points 18 straight games Jan. 18-Feb. 23 ‌ 2008-09: Averaged 18.1 points (48.4% FG, 78.1% FT) to go with 7.5 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 0.95 steals, 0.95 blocked shots and 37.1 minutes in 81 games (all starts) ‌ Ranked ďŹ rst on the team and tied for eighth among league qualiďŹ ers with 2.9 offensive rebounds per game ‌ 2007-06: Posted averages of 17.8 points, 7.6 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 34.9 minutes in 76 games (all starts) ‌ Led the team and all NBA sophomores with 19 doubledoubles ... Ranked 26th in the NBA in blocked shots with a teambest 1.24 per game ‌ Finished 29th in the NBA in rebounds and No. 1 among sophomores at 7.6 per game ‌ Started in the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge at All-Star Weekend in New Orleans, where he led the Sophomores with 18 points (9-17 FG) and a team-high nine rebounds (six off.) ‌ 2006-07: Averaged 9.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.16 blocks in 22.1 minutes ‌ Shot 50.3 percent from the oor ‌ Appeared in 63 games (22 starts) ‌ Named to T-Mobile NBA All-Rookie First Team ‌ Tied for second on the team and placed third among NBA rookies with six double-doubles ‌ Ranked ďŹ rst among NBA rookies in blocks per game, fourth in rebounds, seventh in scoring, fourth in ďŹ eld goal percentage and eighth in minutes ‌ Logged three consecutive double-doubles from March 13-16, marking the ďŹ rst time that had been accomplished by a Trail Blazers rookie since Arvydas Sabonis tallied six straight in 1995-96 ‌ Sat out the ďŹ rst ďŹ ve games of the season recovering from surgery on his right shoulder, performed on Aug. 23, 2006 ‌ Missed the last nine games of the season with what was diagnosed as WolfParkinson-White Syndrome; underwent a successful procedure on April 9.


WILL BARTON (6"3%twtMCT

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BIRTHDATE: JAN. 6, 1991 BIRTHPLACE: BALTIMORE, MD. HIGH SCHOOL: BREWSTER ACADEMY (WOLFEBORO, N.H.) COLLEGE: MEMPHIS NBA EXPERIENCE: ONE SEASON W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: ONE SEASON

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 22 (VS. DALLAS, 4/7/13) REBOUNDS: 13 (VS. DALLAS, 4/7/13) ASSISTS: 6 (VS. DALLAS, 4/7/13)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Selected by Portland in the second round (40th pick overall) of the 2012 NBA Draft. 2012-13 SEASON: Averaged 4.0 points, 2.0 rebounds, 0.8 assists, 0.47 steals and 12.2 minutes in 73 games (ďŹ ve starts) ‌ Started the ďŹ nal ďŹ ve games of the season and averaged 15.2 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.40 steals and 37.8 minutes in those contests ‌ Against Dallas on April 7, set career highs with 22 points (7-11 FG), 13 rebounds and six assists ‌ Became the ďŹ rst NBA reserve to record 22 points, 13 rebounds, six assists and three steals in a game since Cliff Robinson on Jan. 20, 1993, and the ďŹ rst rookie with that stat line since Grant Hill on March 25, 1995 ‌ Led the team in scoring in three of the ďŹ nal six games of the season ‌ Also led the squad in rebounding four times and assists twice ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures in two straight games in December, scoring 14 points (6-9 FG) against Sacramento on Dec. 26 and 11 points (5-10 FG) at the L.A. Lakers on Dec. 28 ‌ Finished with 18 points and seven rebounds against Oklahoma City on April 12 ‌ Netted 17 points (5-8 FG) and added nine rebounds and ďŹ ve assists April 14 at Denver ‌ Notched 17 points (8-14 FG), six rebounds, ďŹ ve assists and three steals April 16 at the L.A. Clippers ‌ Scored 15 points to add to seven rebounds and four assists April 17 vs. Golden State ‌ Played in four games (all starts) with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA D-League from Dec. 7-8 and Jan. 7-8, where he averaged 16.8 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.00 steal and 37.8 minutes.

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steals and 32.9 minutes in 70 games ‌ Received a total of six postseason honors, including CBSSports.com AllAmerica Third Team, National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 11 First Team, United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) All-District 4 Team, Conference USA Player of the Year, All-Conference USA First Team and C-USA All-Tournament Team ‌ Named to the 2011-12 John Wooden Award preseason watch list ... Earned Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll distinction in 2011 ... A 2011 collegeinsider. com National All-Freshman Team member ... Named to the 2011 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 11 Second Team and the 2011 AllConference USA Third Team ... Also a member of the 2011 Conference USA All-Freshman Team ‌ 2011-12: Had one of the most proliďŹ c sophomore seasons in school history, leading the Tigers in scoring (18.0) and rebounding (8.0) ‌ Netted 631 points his sophomore campaign, the most points scored by a Tiger in a second year in school history ‌ Finished his career with 1,062 points, moving up to the No. 39 spot on the Memphis all-time scoring chart ‌ Ranked among league leaders in scoring (ďŹ rst), rebounding (seventh), ďŹ eld goal percentage (11th), free throw percentage (10th), assists (14th), steals (ďŹ fth) and minutes played (fourth) ‌ Was the only guard ranked in the Top-10 of C-USA’s rebounding leaders ‌ A Wooden Award and Naismith Trophy midseason candidate, had 11 double-doubles and was one of three players in the nation to average at least 16.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists ‌ 2010-11: Appeared in all 35 games and made 25 starts ... Played a team-high 1,070 minutes ... Averaged 12.3 points, 4.9 rebounds and 2.8 assists


HIGH SCHOOL: Played his ďŹ nal season of high school basketball in 2009-10 at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H. ... Following his prep year at Brewster, played in the Jordan Brand Classic at Madison Square Garden in New York City and the Nike Hoop Summit in Portland ‌ Helped the USA Junior National Select Team to a 101-97 win over the World Select Team ‌ A consensus top-15 recruit ... Rated the No. 3 player in the nation by MaxPreps.com, No.

5 by ESPN.com, No. 8 by The Sporting News and Scout. com, and No. 10 by PrepStars.com ... Ranked as the nation’s No. 1 shooting guard by Scout.com ... Rivals.com ranked him the No. 11 overall player and the nation’s No. 2 shooting guard.

PERSONAL: Full name is William Norman Barton ... Son of Karen Bush ‌ Helped present awards and participated in a mock press conference with students at Roosevelt High School in February 2013 ‌ Assisted with drills at the Trail Blazers 2013 Spring Break Hoops Camp ‌ Played in four 2013 NBA Summer League games (all starts) for the Trail Blazers, averaging 14.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists ‌ Appeared in all ďŹ ve games (four starts) for Portland’s 2012 NBA Summer League team, averaging 15.0 points (third on team), 4.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists ‌ Attended Memphis with brother, Antonio, who averaged 8.2 points per game for the Tigers during his sophomore season in 2011-12.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 12-13 Portland TOTALS

G-GS MIN 73-5 894 73-5 894

‰ 1U'( ‰ o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 118 309 .382 9 65 .138 50 65 .769 36 109 145 58 56-0 34 60 9 295 2.0 0.8 4.0 118 309 .382 9 65 .138 50 65 .769 36 109 145 58 56-0 34 60 9 295 2.0 0.8 4.0

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... Led the team in scoring 10 times and rebounding 10 times ... Netted double ďŹ gures in 23 games, including 10 straight contests from Jan. 15-Feb. 16 ... Shot 42.8 percent from the oor, 26.5 percent from the 3-point line and 69.9 percent from the charity stripe ... Had 54 steals (second on team) and 17 blocked shots ... Ranked among Conference USA leaders in scoring (21st) and steals (seventh) ... Ranked among C-USA freshmen leaders in scoring (second), rebounding (ďŹ fth), assists (ďŹ fth), free throw percentage (ninth), steals (second) and blocked shots (eighth).


NICOLAS BATUM

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BIRTHDATE: DEC. 14, 1988 BIRTHPLACE: LISIEUX, FRANCE FRENCH PRO TEAM: MSB LE MANS (FRENCH PRO-A LEAGUE) NBA EXPERIENCE: FIVE SEASONS W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: FIVE SEASONS

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 35 (VS. HOUSTON, 11/16/12) REBOUNDS: 14 (VS. L.A. CLIPPERS, 12/5/10) ASSISTS: 12 (VS. L.A. CLIPPERS, 1/26/13)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Acquired NBA CAREER: In 328 career games (275 starts), holds by Portland from the Houston Rockets in exchange for the draft rights to Darrell Arthur and Joey Dorsey on June 26, 2008. Originally selected by the Rockets in the ďŹ rst round (25th pick overall) of the 2008 NBA Draft.

2012-13 SEASON: Posted career highs with averages of 14.3 points, 5.6 rebounds, 4.9 assists, 1.25 steals, 1.14 blocks and 38.5 minutes in 73 games (all starts) ‌ Made a career-best 165 3-pointers, tied for 13th in the NBA ‌ Led the team in total steals with 91 and ďŹ nished second with 83 blocks ‌ Also led the squad in free throw percentage (84.8%), tied for 18th in the NBA ‌ Joined Kevin Durant and LeBron James as the only players in the NBA to rank in the top 40 in both steals and blocks per game ‌ Became the fourth NBA player ever with 100 3-pointers, 350 assists and 80 blocks in a season (L. James, 2; K. Durant, S. Pippen) ‌ Scored a career-high 35 points (13-19 FG), while tying his career high of ďŹ ve blocks, Nov. 16 vs. Houston ‌ Became the ďŹ rst Trail Blazer ever to record at least 10 assists, ďŹ ve steals and ďŹ ve blocks in a game Dec. 16 vs. New Orleans, and the third NBA player ever to ďŹ nish with 11 points, ďŹ ve rebounds, 10 assists, ďŹ ve steals and ďŹ ve blocks in a game (Julius Erving, 1979; Jamaal Tinsley, 2001) ‌ Recorded the ďŹ rst two triple-doubles of his career within a week, ďŹ nishing with 12 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists vs. Washington on Jan. 21, and 20 points, 10 rebounds and a career-best 12 assists against the L.A. Clippers on Jan. 26 ‌ Notched a career-best six steals against Houston on Nov. 3 ‌ He and Sacramento’s DeMarcus Cousins were the only NBA players to have season highs of at least 35 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, ďŹ ve steals and ďŹ ve blocks ‌ Led the team in scoring 15 times, rebounds seven times and in assists on 24 occasions. 44

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averages of 11.1 points (44.9% FG, 37.2% 3-PT, 84.0% FT), 4.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 28.9 minutes ‌ Increased his scoring and rebounding averages in each of his ďŹ ve seasons ‌ Ranks third in career 3-pointers by a Trail Blazer (506) and seventh in free throw shooting at 84.0 percent (min. 500 free throws made) ‌ 201112: Averaged then career highs in points (13.9), rebounds (4.6) and steals (0.97), and led the team in blocks (1.02) in 59 games (34 starts) ‌ Broke a franchise record with nine made 3-point ďŹ eld goals Feb. 4 vs. Denver, shooting 9-of-15 from 3-point land on his way to a then careerhigh 33-point outing ‌ Notched the second 20-point, 10-rebound game of his career on April 4 against New Jersey, posting 20 points and 10 rebounds ‌ Recorded back-to-back double-doubles for the ďŹ rst time in his career April 2 vs. Utah (16 points, 10 rebounds) and April 4 vs. New Jersey (20 points, 10 rebounds) ‌ Reached double-ďŹ gure scoring in 40 of his 59 games, including seven 20-point outings and two 30-point outings ‌ Placed 30th in the NBA in 3-point ďŹ eld goal percentage (39.1%), 30th in free throw percentage (83.6%) and 33rd in blocks per game (1.02) ‌ 2010-11: Counted then career bests in points (12.4), rebounds (4.5), assists (1.5), steals (0.85) and minutes (31.5) while appearing in 80 games (67 starts) ... His buzzer-beating tip-in gave Portland a 98-96 win over San Antonio on March 25 ... Registered 13 points and a career-high 14 rebounds on Dec. 5 vs. the L.A. Clippers ... 2009-10: Finished the regular season with averages of 10.1 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 24.8 minutes in 37 games (25 starts) ‌ Shot 51.9 percent (139-268) from the ďŹ eld and 40.9 percent (54-132) from 3-point range ‌ Counted a season-best 12 rebounds to go with 12 points for his


PLAYOFFS: Appeared in all 18 of Portland’s postseason contests (11 starts) since 2009, notching averages of 6.1 points and 1.8 rebounds in 19.6 minutes ‌ 2011: In six games vs. Dallas, he averaged 8.0 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 25.2 minutes ‌ 2010: Notched 8.2 points, 3.2 rebounds and 23.2 minutes in six games (all starts) vs. Phoenix ‌ 2009: Played in all six of Portland’s games (ďŹ ve starts) against Houston, averaging 2.0 points (5-9 FG) and 0.5 rebounds in 10.5 minutes.

FRENCH NATIONAL TEAM:

Averaged 15.5 points (second on team), 5.7 rebounds (second on team), 1.2 assists and 1.5 blocks (led team) in 27.2 minutes over six games as a leader on the French National Team that reached the quarterďŹ nals at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London ‌ Averaged 13.8 points (ninth in tournament), 3.2 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 2.0 steals in helping France to second place at the 2011 European Championships ‌ Averaged a team-high 12.5 points to go with 3.2 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.33 steals in six games on the French National Team at the 2010 World Championships ‌ Ranked second on the team with 9.6 points and 4.9 rebounds to go with 1.8 assists, 1.0 block and 28.6 minutes in nine games in the 2009 European Championships ‌ Helped France win the bronze medal at the 2007 U19 World Championships held in Novi Sad, Serbia, averaging 11.7 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.3 assists ‌ Averaged 14.3 points and 7.9 rebounds in helping France capture the gold medal at the 2006 European U-18 Championships held in Amaliada, Greece, earning Most Valuable Player Honors ‌ Averaged 5.4 points and 4.0 rebounds with France at the 2005 European U-18 Championships held in Belgrade, Serbia ‌ Helped lead France to the 2004 European U-16 Championships held in Greece.

PRO CAREER IN EUROPE: Grew up playing for MSB PERSONAL: Just Le Mans in his native France and made his French Pro-A debut during the 2005-06 season ‌ 2007-08: Averaged 12.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 1.33 steals in 30 games with MSB Le Mans in the French Pro-A League ‌ Posted averages of 8.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.7 assists in Euroleague play ‌ 2006-07: Averaged 5.0 points and 2.9 rebounds in 16.2 minutes ‌ Averaged 4.3 points and 1.7 rebounds in 13.4 minutes in Euroleague play ‌ 2005-06: Appeared in two French Pro-A games, scoring a total of six points ‌ Averaged 14.3 points and 6.8 rebounds for the Le Mans Espoirs (junior) team ‌ 2004-05: Played with Le Mans Espoirs (junior) team, averaging 5.2 points and 3.1 rebounds in 18.3 minutes.

the second player in NBA history to wear No. 88, joining Antoine Walker ‌ Batum’s late father, Henry, played pro basketball in France ‌ It was his father’s dream for Nicolas to play in the NBA ... With his mother and sister, created the Foundation Batum in an effort to assist pregnant women and women with children in Africa ‌ Assisted with drills at the Trail Blazers 2013 Spring Break Hoops Camp ‌ Scored 23 points on 9-for-13 shooting (including six dunks) for the World Team at the 2007 Nike Hoop Summit ‌ Averaged 6.8 points, 4.6 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 27.2 minutes in ďŹ ve games (all starts) during the 2008 NBA Summer League ‌ Has a pet cat.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM G-GS 08-09 Portland 79-76 09-10 Portland 37-25 10-11 Portland 80-67 11-12 Portland 59-34 12-13 Portland 73-73 TOTALS 328-275

MIN FGM 1454 161 918 139 2522 367 1791 289 2807 352 9491 1308

FGA 361 268 807 641 833 2910

PCT. .446 .519 .455 .451 .423 .449

‰ 1U'( ‰ FGM FGA PCT. 62 168 .369 54 132 .409 118 342 .345 107 274 .391 165 444 .372 506 1360 .372

FTM 42 43 138 133 178 534

FTA 52 51 164 159 210 636

o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG .808 84 136 220 74 139-0 50 50 40 426 2.8 0.9 5.4 .843 32 109 141 44 83-1 24 27 25 375 3.8 1.2 10.1 .841 109 252 361 123 194-2 68 83 49 990 4.5 1.5 12.4 .836 81 190 271 84 105-0 57 90 60 818 4.6 1.4 13.9 .848 97 315 412 360 139-0 91 190 83 1047 5.6 4.9 14.3 .840 403 1002 1405 685 660-3 290 440 257 3656 4.3 2.1 11.1

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 2009 Portland 2010 Portland 2011 Portland TOTALS

‰1U'(‰ o 3FCPVOETo ‰"WFSBHFT‰ G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 6-5 63 5 9 .556 2 4 .500 0 0 --1 2 3 1 7-0 1 3 2 12 0.5 0.2 2.0 6-6 139 17 37 .459 9 21 .429 6 8 .750 4 15 19 5 13-0 2 4 0 49 3.2 0.8 8.2 6-0 151 19 46 .413 7 26 .269 3 4 .750 1 9 10 8 14-0 5 7 5 48 1.7 1.3 8.0 18-18 724 144 312 .462 2 6 .333 66 88 .750 35 91 126 29 51-0 18 30 31 356 7.0 1.6 19.8

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ďŹ rst career double-double April 14 vs. Golden State ... Notched season highs of 31 points (22 in third quarter), 11 ďŹ eld goals (of 16), ďŹ ve 3-pointers (tied) and seven assists (tied) Feb. 27 at Minnesota ... Made his season debut Jan. 25 vs. New Orleans after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder on Oct. 30, 2009 ‌ 2008-09: In rookie NBA season with the Trail Blazers, posted averages of 5.4 points, 2.8 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 18.4 minutes in 79 games (76 starts) ‌ Shot 44.6 percent from the oor and 36.9 percent from 3-point range ‌ His 76 starts ranked third on the team ‌ Placed eighth in 3-point shooting (36.9%) and 10th in blocked shots (0.51) among NBA rookie league leaders ‌ Scored a season-best 20 points (7-8 FG, 2-2 3-PT, 4-4 FT) March 13 vs. New Jersey.


VICTOR CLAVER '038"3%twtMCT

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BIRTHDATE: AUG. 30, 1988 BIRTHPLACE: VALENCIA, SPAIN SPANISH PRO TEAM: VALENCIA (SPANISH ACB LEAGUE) NBA EXPERIENCE: ONE SEASON W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: ONE SEASON

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 12 (AT UTAH, 4/1/13) REBOUNDS: 10 (VS. BOSTON, 2/24/13) ASSISTS: 4 (VS. L.A. LAKERS, 4/10/13)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Selected by Portland in the ďŹ rst round (22nd pick overall) of the 2009 NBA Draft. 2012-13 SEASON:

In his ďŹ rst season in the NBA, posted averages of 3.8 points, 2.4 rebounds, 0.9 assists, 0.53 steals and 16.6 minutes in 49 games (16 starts) ‌ In 16 starts, averaged 4.9 points, 0.88 steals and 23.8 minutes ‌ Started the ďŹ nal eight games of the season, averaging 6.9 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game ‌ Scored a career-high 12 points to go along with ďŹ ve rebounds April 1 at Utah ‌ Grabbed a career-best 10 rebounds Feb. 24 vs. Boston ‌ Missed nine games due to a right elbow contusion (Nov. 23-Dec. 8), and also missed nine contests because of a left ankle sprain (March 1024) ‌ Scored 11 points and recorded six rebounds Feb. 13 at New Orleans ‌ Made a career-best three 3-pointers en route to ďŹ nishing with 11 points, ďŹ ve rebounds and three assists at the L.A. Clippers on April 16 ‌ Played in four games (all starts) with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA D-League during the month of December, where he averaged 9.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 2.00 steals and 33.8 minutes per game.

PRO CAREER: Served as Valencia’s team captain for three seasons from 2009-20012, the most successful three-year span in club history in which the team ďŹ nished in the Spanish ACB League’s top four every season under his captaincy ‌ Named the 2010 EuroCup Rising Star, an honor given to the most outstanding player in the competition under the age of 22 ‌ 2011-12: Helped lead Valencia to the Spanish ACB League semiďŹ nals for the ďŹ rst time since 2003 and a top four regular season 46

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ďŹ nish for the third consecutive season ‌ Averaged 9.4 points and 3.7 rebounds per game in 10 EuroCup games and helped Valencia reach the ďŹ nals, where they fell to Khimky (Russia) by a score of 77-68 ‌ Finished the regular season with averages of 8.4 points and 3.5 rebounds in 27 ACB League games ‌ 2010-11: Named to the Eurobasket.com Spanish ACB All-Domestic Players Team ‌ Named to the Eurobasket.com All-Spanish ACB Third Team ‌ Helped Valencia reach the Copa Del Rey semiďŹ nals, the team’s best ďŹ nish in the Spanish Cup since Claver’s ďŹ rst season with Valencia, when they reached the ďŹ nals ‌ Ranked second on the team in points per game (11.5) and 3-point percentage (36-89, 40.9%) ‌ Averaged 10.9 points in 14 EuroCup games as Valencia reached the quarterďŹ nals, where they were eliminated by Real Madrid ‌ 2009-10: Averaged 8.3 points and 5.1 rebounds per game in 16 EuroCup games en route to Valencia becoming EuroCup champions for the ďŹ rst time in club history ‌ Awarded the EuroCup Rising Star Award for his performance in the tournament ‌ Posted averages of 8.2 points and 4.8 rebounds and appeared in every regular season game ‌ Recorded a career high with 279 total points in his 34 games ‌ 2008-09: Suffered a broken leg in December 2008 and missed ďŹ ve months of action, limiting him to 16 regular season appearances, where he posted averages of 8.3 points and 4.5 rebounds per game ‌ 2007-08: Won the Spanish All-Star Game Slam Dunk Championship ‌ Played a full regular season for the ďŹ rst time with Valencia and posted averages of 6.5 points and 3.1 rebounds per game ‌ 2006-07: Made his professional debut for Valencia’s ďŹ rst team and played in 19 Spanish ACB League games, averaging 2.3 points per contest.


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Father, Francisco Javier, was a school teacher, a professional handball player and coach who stressed sports and education to Victor and his brother and sister, who have also played basketball at high levels ‌ Started playing basketball at age 12 and joined Valencia’s program at age 15 ‌ Averaged 5.3 points and 5.8 rebounds in four games (all starts) with the Trail Blazers at the 2013 NBA Summer League ‌ Handed out presents to students at an Albina Head Start classroom during the 2012 holiday season ‌ The ďŹ rst Trail Blazer to ever wear No. 18 ‌ The fourth Spanish Trail Blazer in franchise history, joining Fernando Martin, Sergio Rodriguez and Rudy Fernandez.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 12-13 Portland TOTALS

G-GS MIN 49-16 812 49-16 812

‰ 1U'( ‰ o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 74 189 .392 25 87 .287 14 30 .467 31 88 119 43 75-1 26 43 12 187 2.4 0.9 3.8 74 189 .392 25 87 .287 14 30 .467 31 88 119 43 75-1 26 43 12 187 2.4 0.9 3.8

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SPANISH NATIONAL TEAM: A member of the Spanish National Team that earned the Silver Medal at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Claver averaged 0.6 points, 1.4 rebounds and 4.8 minutes in ďŹ ve appearances ‌ Appeared in seven games for the Spanish National Team and won a second gold medal at the 2011 European Championships in Lithuania (2.0 ppg) ‌ Made his ďŹ rst appearance for the Spanish National Team’s ďŹ rst team in 2009 and made seven appearances during the team’s gold medal run at the European Championships in Poland (2.0 ppg) ‌ Averaged 15.6 points in eight games for the Spanish U-20 National Team en route to a bronze medal at the U-20 European Championships in Latvia in 2008 ‌ Won a bronze medal at the 2007 U-18 European World Championships in Greece, averaging 14.4 points and 6.4 rebounds in eight games.


ALLEN CRABBE (6"3%twtMCT

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BIRTHDATE: APRIL 9, 1992 BIRTHPLACE: LOS ANGELES, CALIF. HIGH SCHOOL: PRICE HS (LOS ANGELES, CALIF.) COLLEGE: CALIFORNIA NBA EXPERIENCE: NONE LAST TEAM: CALIFORNIA (NCAA)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Acquired from the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for a 2015 second round pick and a 2016 second round selection on June 27, 2013. Originally selected by Cleveland in the second round (31st pick overall) of the 2013 NBA Draft.

COLLEGE:

In three seasons at the University of California-Berkeley, averaged 15.7 points (44.6% FG, 38.2% 3-PT, 81.9% FT), 5.7 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 0.86 steals and 34.7 minutes in 98 games ‌ Voted by the league’s coaches as the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year as a junior in 2012-13 ‌ A member of the All-Pac-12 First Team following his junior season, and was named a National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and Sporting News Third Team All-American ‌ Also earned U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) and NABC AllDistrict honors following his ďŹ nal season at California ‌ Named to the All-Pac-12 First Team as a sophomore and junior, and was named the Pac-10 Conference Freshman of the Year in 2011, also earning All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention accolades ‌ Third in school history in 3-pointers (209), seventh in free throw percentage (81.9%), 10th in points (1,537), tied for 10th in 3-point percentage (38.2%) and 12th in career scoring average (15.7) ‌ 2012-13: Completed the season with the Golden Bears averaging career bests in points (18.4), ďŹ eld goal percentage (45.9%), rebounds (6.1), assists (2.6), steals (1.12) and minutes (36.2) in 33 games ‌ Helped Cal reach the round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament for the ďŹ rst time since 2010 ‌ Ranked third in the Pac-12 in scoring (18.4), ďŹ fth in 3-pointers per game (1.9), eighth in free throw percentage (81.3%) and 10th in defensive rebounds (5.1) ‌ Led the team in scoring in 17 games ‌ Ranked ďŹ rst on the squad

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in scoring, tied for ďŹ rst in steals (1.12), tied for second in assists (2.6) and third in rebounds (6.1) ‌ Recorded 19 points (7-15 FG), nine rebounds, four assists and two steals in the Golden Bears’ upset over UNLV in the round of 64 at the NCAA Tournament ‌ Set a career high with 33 points (10-18 FG, 4-7 3-PT) against Pepperdine on Nov. 13, also adding six rebounds and three assists ‌ Notched 23 points (8-16 FG, 5-11 3-PT), 10 rebounds and six steals against USC on Feb. 17, one of six doubledoubles in his career with the Golden Bears ‌ 2011-12: Appeared in 34 games for California during his sophomore season, ďŹ nishing with averages of 15.2 points (43.1% FG, 39.9% 3-PT, 84.3% FT), 5.7 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 34.1 minutes ‌ Named to the NABC All-District IX Team ‌ Led the Golden Bears in scoring (15.2), rebounds (5.7), 3-pointers (83) and free throw percentage (84.3%) ‌ Ranked among the Pac-12 leaders in 3-point ďŹ eld goals (ďŹ rst), free throw percentage (second), defensive rebounding (ďŹ fth), scoring (sixth) and 3-point percentage (10th) ‌ Recorded double-digit scoring in 28 games, including seven 20-point contests ‌ Notched a seasonhigh 26 points (9-16 FG, 6-8 3-PT) and a career-high 12 rebounds in a win at Oregon on Jan. 8 ‌ 2010-11: Named the Pac-10 Conference Freshman of the Year, averaging 13.4 points (44.6% FG, 40.0% 3-PT, 80.4% FT), 5.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 0.94 steals and 33.8 minutes in 31 games ‌ Set the school record for most 3-pointers made in a season by a freshman (62), and also ranked third in free throw percentage (80.4%) and ďŹ fth in 3-point percentage (40.0%) among freshmen in school history ‌ Scored a season-best 30 points (10-15 FG, 4-6 3-PT) in an overtime win over Washington State on Jan. 13.


High Schools, earning ESPN Rise California StudentAthlete of the Week honors as a result ... In his junior season, helped Price HS win a CIF Southern Section Div. VI title and garner an overall record of 27-6 ... In the regional ďŹ nal that year, posted 26 points and 13 rebounds.

PERSONAL: Parents are Allen Crabbe Jr. and Cheryl Price ... Has an older sister ... His father played basketball at Pepperdine ... One of two players to appear in all six of Portland’s 2013 NBA Summer League games, averaging 4.8 points and 3.2 rebounds. CRABBE

HIGH SCHOOL: The 2010 Gatorade Player of the Year at Price High School in Los Angeles ... Also a Parade AllAmerican, Wooden Award winner, ESPN California State Player of the Year, Division IV State Player of the Year and the Los Angeles Times Player of the Year as a senior ... A member of the Best in the West ďŹ rst team in 2010 ... Averaged 23.0 ppg, 10.8 rpg and 2.0 apg as a senior ... In the Southern Section Division 4AA championship game, totaled 22 points and led the Knights to a narrow victory, their second straight section title and a ďŹ nal record of 29-3 ... Posted 38 points against Crenshaw and Ventura

NCAA SEASON STATISTICS (CALIFORNIA)  SEASON/TEAM 10-11 California 11-12 California 12-13 California TOTALS

G-GS 31-31 34-33 33-33 98-97

MIN 1049 1158 1195 3402

FGM 139 179 215 533

FGA 312 415 468 1195

‰ 1U'( ‰ PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA .446 62 155 .400 74 92 .431 83 208 .399 75 89 .459 64 184 .348 113 139 .446 209 547 .382 262 320

o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG .804 20 145 165 61 48 29 46 14 414 5.3 2.0 13.4 .843 32 162 194 71 48 18 53 20 516 5.7 2.1 15.2 .813 33 167 200 87 69 37 83 23 607 6.1 2.6 18.4 .819 85 474 559 219 165 84 182 57 1537 5.7 2.2 15.7

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JOEL FREELAND

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BIRTHDATE: FEB. 7, 1987 BIRTHPLACE: FARNHAM, ENGLAND SPANISH PRO TEAM: UNICAJA MALAGA (SPANISH ACB LEAGUE) NBA EXPERIENCE: ONE SEASON W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: ONE SEASON

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 13 (AT L.A. CLIPPERS, 4/16/13) REBOUNDS: 6 (THREE TIMES) ASSISTS: 2 (TWICE)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Selected by Portland in the ďŹ rst round (30th pick overall) of the 2006 NBA Draft. 2012-13 SEASON: Averaged 2.6 points, 2.3 rebounds, 0.3 assists and 9.4 minutes per contest in 51 games played (one start) in his rookie campaign ‌Set career highs with 13 points (5-10 FG) and six defensive rebounds at the L.A. Clippers on April 16 ‌ Recorded a career-high tying six rebounds three times: Feb. 10 at Orlando, April 12 vs. Oklahoma City and April 16 at L.A. Clippers ‌ Scored 11 points (4-6 FG) and grabbed four rebounds at Toronto on Jan. 2 ‌ Scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds against Detroit on March 16 ‌ Played in two games (both starts) with the D-League’s Idaho Stampede Dec. 14-15, averaging 20.5 points, 10.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 37.0 minutes. PRO CAREER: 2011-12: Led Unicaja Malaga in scoring and rebounding with 12.9 points and 7.5 rebounds in 28.2 minutes over 31 games ‌ The team leader with 12.7 points and 6.7 rebounds per game in 14 contests in 2011-12 EuroCup games, as Malaga made it to the round of 16 for the second consecutive season ‌ Named to the Eurobasket.com All-Spanish ACB Third Team ‌ Eurobasket.com All-Euroleague Honorable Mention for the second consecutive season ‌ 2010-11: His 13.2 points and team-best 6.2 rebounds per game earned him a place on the Spanish ACB League Team of the Year ‌ Selected to the Eurobasket.com All-Imports team ‌ Selected as a Eurobasket.com All-Euroleague Honorable Mention ‌ 2009-10: Team leader in points with 12.3 per game and second in rebounds at 5.1 per game, as Malaga reached the Spanish ACB semiďŹ nals for the third year in a row ‌ All-Spanish ACB Honorable Mention ‌ 2008-09: Averaged 50

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double ďŹ gures in scoring for the ďŹ rst time in his Spanish ACB career, averaging 10.0 points and 4.6 rebounds in 28 games ‌ 2007-08: Averaged 4.0 points and 2.3 rebounds in 28 ACB games ‌ 2006-07: Made his Spanish ACB debut at age 19 with Gran Canaria and scored 32 points in 15 appearances.

BRITISH NATIONAL TEAM:

A member of Great Britain’s 2012 Olympic team, he averaged 14.6 points (second on team), 6.6 rebounds (tied for second on team) and 25.1 minutes in ďŹ ve games ‌ Has made 41 career appearances for the British National Team ‌ Played in ďŹ ve games for Great Britain at the European Championships in Lithuania, averaging 11.2 points and 5.8 rebounds per game, including a 27-point, 12-for-12 ďŹ eld goal shooting performance in Great Britain’s 8881 win over Poland ‌ Made eight appearances at the 2009 European Championships in Poland, posting 8.4 points and 4.4 rebounds per contest ‌ Averaged 10.0 points and 5.7 rebounds in six European Championship qualifying games ‌ Was named to the English U18 National Team in 2005.

PERSONAL:

Became the ďŹ rst born-and-raised Englishman ever selected in the NBA Draft when the Trail Blazers selected him 30th overall in 2006 ‌ Portland’s ďŹ rst English player in team history ‌ On Portland’s 2013 NBA Summer League team, averaged 5.0 points and 5.6 rebounds in ďŹ ve appearances ‌ Helped run drills at a basketball clinic with youth in Beaverton in December 2012 ‌ Primarily played soccer during his childhood and didn’t pick up basketball until he was 16 years old ‌ First played professionally for the Southampton-based Solent Stars while working in a local grocery store ‌ Measured 6-foot-9 by age 17.


FREELAND

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 12-13 Portland TOTALS

‰ 1U'( ‰ o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 51-1 477 58 142 .408 0 0 --- 18 27 .667 40 79 119 13 67-0 13 19 11 134 2.3 0.3 2.6 51-1 477 58 142 .408 0 0 --- 18 27 .667 40 79 119 13 67-0 13 19 11 134 2.3 0.3 2.6

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MEYERS LEONARD $FOUFStwtMCT

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BIRTHDATE: FEB. 27, 1992 BIRTHPLACE: ROBINSON, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: ROBINSON HS (ILL.) COLLEGE: ILLINOIS NBA EXPERIENCE: ONE SEASON W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: ONE SEASON

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 22 (AT GOLDEN STATE, 3/30/13) REBOUNDS: 10 (AT GOLDEN STATE, 3/30/13) ASSISTS: 3 (AT UTAH, 4/1/13)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Selected by Portland in the ďŹ rst round (11th pick overall) of the 2012 NBA Draft. 2012-13 SEASON: Notched averages of 5.5 points, 3.7 rebounds, 0.5 assists, 0.55 blocks and 17.5 minutes per game in 69 appearances (nine starts) ‌ In his nine starts, averaged 11.4 points and 5.2 rebounds ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures 13 times, leading the squad in scoring once and in rebounding four times ‌ Finished third among all NBA rookies in both ďŹ eld goal percentage (54.5%, 151-277) and free throw percentage (80.9%, 72-89) ‌ Tied for 14th among NBA rookies in rebounds per game (3.7) ‌ Scored 10-plus points in a careerbest ďŹ ve straight games from March 27-April 3, as he averaged 13.4 points and 7.2 rebounds during the ďŹ vegame stretch ‌ Recorded his ďŹ rst career double-double March 30 at Golden State, ďŹ nishing with a career-best 22 points (9-17 FG) and a career-high 10 rebounds ‌ In his ďŹ rst start Nov. 21 at Phoenix, notched 12 points (6-9 FG), ďŹ ve rebounds, two steals and two blocks ‌ Capped a three-game stretch of scoring in double digits on March 4, scoring 15 points and grabbing six rebounds against Charlotte ‌ Notched a career-best three blocks at Detroit on Nov. 26. COLLEGE:

Played in 65 games over two season for Illinois, averaging 7.7 points (56.7% FG), 4.7 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in 19.8 minutes ‌ Became the highest player drafted out of Illinois since Utah selected Deron Williams third overall in the 2005 NBA Draft and just the third member of the Illini selected in the lottery ‌ His 60 blocks in the 2011-12 season rank second in school history ‌ 2011-12: Named Honorable Mention All-Big

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Ten (media and coaches) ... Honored as Academic All-Big Ten ... Led team in rebounding at 8.2 rebounds per game (third in Big Ten), ďŹ eld goal percentage at 58.4 percent (3rd in Big Ten, 11th in NCAA), and blocks at 1.88 per game (ďŹ rst in Big Ten) ... Second on team in scoring at 13.6 points (16th in Big Ten) ... Scored in double ďŹ gures 21 times, including six 20-point games, and was Illinois’ top scorer in 10 contests ... His total of 60 blocks and average of 1.88 per game ranked second in Illini singleseason history ... Tallied a career-high six blocks in the season opener vs. Loyola Chicago on Nov. 11 ... Posted his ďŹ rst double-double with a career-high 22 points and 12 rebounds while blocking ďŹ ve shots vs. Richmond on Nov. 22 ... Named Big Ten Co-Player of the Week Dec. 5 after leading the Illini to wins over Maryland and Gonzaga, averaging 16.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocks ... Earned his second career Big Ten Player of the Week honor Dec. 26 following games against Missouri and Cornell ... Posted his eighth double-double of the season by matching a career-high 22 points to go with 14 rebounds vs. Iowa on Feb. 26 ‌ 2010-11: Played in 33 games, averaging 2.1 points and 1.2 rebounds ... Shot 48.3 percent from the ďŹ eld (28-of-58) ... Out of his 28 ďŹ eld goals, 14 were dunks ... Scored a season-high 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting vs. Northwestern on Jan. 6, helping the Illini break the school record for ďŹ eld goal percentage.

HIGH SCHOOL: The consensus top-50 recruit averaged 19 points, 11 rebounds and 4.5 blocks as a senior, leading Robinson to the 2010 IHSA Class 2A State Championship ... Named a consensus First-Team All-State selection as a senior by the Associated Press, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette and Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) ... Following his


senior season, named to the USA Basketball Junior Select Team that competed in the annual Nike Hoop Summit in April ... Ranked No. 29 on the recruiting services consensus index, including No. 19 by Scout.com, No. 24 by Hoopmasters and No. 31 by Rivals.com ... Averaged 12 points, nine rebounds and three blocks as a junior.

PERSONAL: Mother is Tracie Leonard ... Father is the

LEONARD

late Jim Leonard ... Has two older brothers, Chris and Bailey ... Brother, Bailey, is a U.S. Marine who served in Afghanistan ... Teams with Genentech and the Children’s

Cancer Association to host events that help “Block Out Cancerâ€? ‌ Averaged 11.8 points and a team-high 7.0 rebounds in ďŹ ve games (all starts) for Portland during the 2013 NBA Summer League ‌ Led Portland’s 2012 NBA Summer League entry with 8.3 rebounds, and added 10.5 points and 1.5 blocks in four games (all starts) ‌ Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, general curriculum at Illinois ... Biggest thrill in sports was “winning state my senior yearâ€? ... Four-year member of the Honor Roll in high school.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 12-13 Portland TOTALS

‰ 1U'( ‰ o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 69-9 1206 151 277 .545 3 7 .429 72 89 .809 80 175 255 33 168-0 11 49 38 377 3.7 0.5 5.5 69-9 1206 151 277 .545 3 7 .429 72 89 .809 80 175 255 33 168-0 11 49 38 377 3.7 0.5 5.5

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DAMIAN LILLARD (6"3%twtMCT

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BIRTHDATE: JULY 15, 1990 BIRTHPLACE: OAKLAND, CALIF. HIGH SCHOOL: OAKLAND HS (CALIF.) COLLEGE: WEBER STATE NBA EXPERIENCE: ONE SEASON W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: ONE SEASON

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 38 (VS. L.A. LAKERS, 4/10/13) REBOUNDS: 8 (TWICE) ASSISTS: 12 (AT ORLANDO, 2/10/13)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Selected by Portland in the ďŹ rst round (sixth pick overall) of the 2012 NBA Draft. 2012-13 SEASON:

Averaged 19.0 points, 3.1 rebounds, 6.5 assists, 0.90 steals and 38.6 minutes in 82 games (all starts) ‌ Named Kia NBA Rookie of the Year, joining Blake GrifďŹ n (2011), David Robinson (1990) and Ralph Sampson (1984) as the only players to win the award unanimously ‌ Became the fourth Trail Blazer to win NBA Rookie of the Year (Roy, 2007; Wicks, 1972; Petrie, 1971) ‌ Joined Oscar Robertson and Allen Iverson as the only rookies in NBA history to record 1,500 points and 500 assists in a season ‌ One of two Trail Blazers to ever ďŹ nish with 1,500 points and 500 assists in a season (Clyde Drexler-1986-87, 1991-92) ‌ Broke the all-time NBA rookie record for 3-pointers in a season (185), surpassing Stephen Curry’s 166 3-pointers in 2009-10 ‌ Became Portland’s franchise leader for most 3-point ďŹ eld goals in a season, breaking Damon Stoudamire’s record of 181 in 2004-05 ‌ Became the ďŹ rst rookie to lead the NBA in total minutes played (3,167) since Elvin Hayes in 1968-69 ‌ One of 10 NBA players to score 1,500 points ‌ Led all rookies in scoring (19.0 ppg), assists (6.5 apg), ďŹ eld goals (553) and free throws (271) ‌ Ranked second among rookies in free throw percentage (84.4%), tied for ďŹ fth in steals (0.90 spg) and sixth in 3-point percentage (36.8%) ‌ Finished ďŹ fth in the NBA in 3-pointers made, 12th in points per game, tied for 16th in assists per contest and tied for 23rd in free throw percentage ‌ Earned Kia NBA Western Conference Rookie of the Month honors for every month, becoming one of just eight players to sweep the honors since the inaugural award in 1981-82 ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures in 76 of 82 games ‌ Tallied double-digit assists in nine contests ‌ Led the team

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in scoring 26 times and in assists on 50 occasions ‌ Became the ďŹ rst Trail Blazer to win an event at NBA AllStar Weekend, winning the Taco Bell Skills Challenge ‌ Participated in the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge during All-Star Weekend and ďŹ nished with 18 points, three rebounds and ďŹ ve assists in a game-high 28 minutes ‌ In the season opener vs. the L.A. Lakers on Oct. 31, joined Oscar Robertson and Allen Iverson as the only players in NBA history with at least 20 points and 10 assists in their NBA debut ‌ His 11 assists in the season opener were the most by an NBA rookie in his ďŹ rst game since Jason Kidd (11) in 1994, and the most by a Trail Blazer in his NBA debut, all-time ‌ Scored a career-high 38 points to go with nine assists April 10 vs. the L.A. Lakers ‌ Became the ďŹ rst NBA rookie to record 35 points, nine assists and zero turnovers in a game since turnovers became a stat in 1978-79 against San Antonio on March 8 ‌ Made a career-high 15 ďŹ eld goals and a Trail Blazers rookierecord seven 3-pointers Jan. 11 at Golden State, where he ďŹ nished with 37 points, six rebounds and four assists.

COLLEGE: Played in 103 career games (98 starts) over four years with Weber State, averaging 18.8 points (44.6% FG, 39.0% 3-PT, 86.7% FT), 4.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.25 steals in 32.6 minutes ‌ Finished his career second in school history in career scoring with 1,934 career points, which is also ďŹ fth in Big Sky Conference history ‌ Left as Weber State’s career leader in 3-pointers made with 246, free throws made with 520 and free throw percentage at 86.7 percent, the sixth best in Big Sky history ‌ Ranks second in career assists with 362 ‌ 2011-12: Earned All-American honors from the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the Associated Press ... Became the ďŹ rst player in Big Sky Conference history to be named to an All-American team ... Was also


per game as a senior with a single-game high of 45 ‌ Averaged 20 points, four rebounds and four assists his junior season.

PERSONAL: Full name is Damian Lamonte Ollie Lillard ... Parents are Houston and Gina ... Partners with the Trail Blazers, Les Schwab and Adidas in a regional antibullying campaign that encourages everyone to stand up for the rights of others and formally pledge to show respect for all people ‌ Named the recipient of the NBA’s Kia Community Assist Award for March 2013 in recognition of his outstanding efforts in the community, ongoing advocacy and charitable work ‌ Awarded the 2012-13 Maurice Lucas Award, given annually to the Trail Blazers player who best represents the indomitable spirit of Maurice Lucas through his contributions on the court and in the community ‌ Named Co-MVP of the 2012 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas after leading all players with 26.5 points to go with 4.0 rebounds and 5.3 assists in four games (all starts) ‌ Majored in Technical Sales at Weber State ‌ Wears No. 0 for the Trail Blazers in honor of the town he grew up in, Oakland; the town where he played in college, Ogden, Utah; and the state where he plays in the NBA, Oregon.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Coach Orlando Watkins at Oakland High, where he was First Team all-league his junior and senior seasons ‌ Averaged just over 28 points

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 12-13 Portland TOTALS

‰ 1U'( ‰ o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 82-82 3167 553 1288 .429 185 503 .368 271 321 .844 42 215 257 531 172-0 74 243 19 1562 3.1 6.5 19.0 82-82 3167 553 1288 .429 185 503 .368 271 321 .844 42 215 257 531 172-0 74 243 19 1562 3.1 6.5 19.0

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LILLARD

named Big Sky Conference MVP and District VIII Player of the Year ... Finished second in the country with a scoring average of 24.5 points, the best single-season average in Weber State history ... Scored 784 points on the season, which is the most in Weber State single-season history and ranks as the third most in Big Sky Conference singleseason history ... Scored a career-high 41 points in leading the Wildcats to a double-overtime win over San Jose State ... Was named Big Sky Player of the Week ďŹ ve times and was also named National Player of the Week in January ... Finished the season 12th in the nation in free throw percentage after shooting 88.7 percent for the season, the third best single-season percentage in Weber State history ... Tied the single-season record for most free throws made with 228 ... Made 94 3-pointers, the most in WSU single-season history and the sixth most in Big Sky history ... 2010-11: Played in just nine games for the Wildcats before suffering a foot injury that forced him to miss the remainder of the season ... Received a medical redshirt season ... Suffered the injury in the second half of Weber State’s game at Tulsa on December 16 ... In his nine games with the Wildcats, averaged 19.7 points and 4.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game ‌ 2009-10: Named the 2009-10 Big Sky Conference MVP and earned First Team All-Conference honors for a second year in a row ... Named to the Big Sky Postseason All-Tournament Team ... Earned Honorable Mention All-American honors by the Associated Press ... Named to the United States Basketball Writers Association All-District VIII team and was Second Team All-District VIII on the National Association of Basketball Coaches team ... Led the Big Sky Conference in overall scoring at 19.9 points per game ... 2008-09: Was a unanimous selection as the Big Sky Freshman of the Year and was named to the Big Sky AllConference First Team ‌ Became the ďŹ rst freshman to earn All-Conference First Team honors since Rodney Stuckey of Eastern Washington in 2006, and the ďŹ rst true freshman in Big Sky history to earn First Team honors ‌ Became just the third Wildcat ever to earn Freshman of the Year honors ‌ Appeared in all 31 games (26 starts) ‌ Averaged 11.5 points per game, second best on the team and 12th best in the Big Sky ‌ Was third in the conference in free throw percentage (84.1%) and ninth in assists (2.9).


ROBIN LOPEZ

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BIRTHDATE: APRIL 1, 1988 BIRTHPLACE: NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. HIGH SCHOOL: SAN JOAQUIN MEMORIAL HS (FRESNO, CALIF.) COLLEGE: STANFORD NBA EXPERIENCE: FIVE SEASONS W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: NONE

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 30 (PHO. VS. LAC, 2/26/10) REBOUNDS: 14 (PHO. VS. LAL, 10/29/10) ASSISTS: 3 (FIVE TIMES)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Acquired along with Terrel Harris from the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for the draft rights to Jeff Withey, a future second round pick and cash considerations on July 10, 2013. Originally selected by Phoenix in the ďŹ rst round (15th pick overall) of the 2008 NBA Draft.

2012-13 SEASON: With New Orleans, averaged career highs in points (11.3), rebounds (5.6), blocks (1.56) and minutes (26.0) while starting all 82 games ‌ Shot 53.4 percent from the ďŹ eld and a career-best 77.8 percent from the free throw line ‌ Became just the ninth player in New Orleans franchise history to start in all 82 regular season contests, and was one of just 15 NBA players to start every regular season game ‌ Recorded nine double-doubles and scored in double ďŹ gures in 44 games ‌ Led the squad in scoring seven times and in rebounding 11 times ‌ Ranked in the top 15 in the NBA in blocks (128, 13th), offensive rebounds (226, 15th) and ďŹ eld goal percentage (53.4%, 15th) ‌ Ranked ďŹ fth on the team in scoring (11.3), fourth in rebounds (5.6) and second in blocks (1.56) ‌ Notched three consecutive double-doubles to end the season, capped with a 14-point, 13-rebound performance against Dallas in the regular season ďŹ nale on April 17 ‌ Finished with 23 points (9-12 FG), 10 rebounds and four blocks vs. Memphis on March 22 ‌ Recorded 20 points (8-14 FG) and 11 rebounds at Minnesota on March 17 ‌ Scored a season-high 29 points on 9-of-10 ďŹ eld goal shooting against Orlando on Dec. 26 ‌ Tied a career high with six blocks to go along with 24 points (1116 FG) and 11 rebounds Dec. 26 against Indiana ‌ Set career highs with 15 made free throws and 17 free throw

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attempts Nov. 21 at Indiana, ďŹ nishing with 21 points, 13 rebounds, four blocks and two steals.

NBA CAREER: In ďŹ ve NBA seasons, holds averages of 7.2 points (52.4% FG, 73.4% FT), 3.9 rebounds, 1.01 blocks and 17.4 minutes in 324 games (176 starts) ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures in 97 career games, and recorded double-digit rebounds in 18 contests ‌ Has posted ďŹ fteen career double-doubles ‌ Shot 50.0 percent or better from the ďŹ eld in four of ďŹ ve NBA seasons ‌ 2011-12: Played in 64 games with Phoenix, averaging 5.4 points, 3.3 rebounds, 0.94 blocks and 14.0 minutes ‌ Averaged 6.8 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.28 blocks after the All-Star break ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures 12 times ‌ Scored a season-high 21 points in the season opener vs. New Orleans on Dec. 26, also tallying seven boards ‌ Grabbed a season-best 12 rebounds against Portland on Jan. 6 ‌ 2010-11: Appeared in 67 games (56 starts), averaging 6.4 points (50.1% FG), 3.2 rebounds and 14.8 minutes ‌ Recorded two double-doubles on the season, and scored in double-digits in 18 games ‌ Finished with 13 points (6-9 FG), 13 rebounds and two blocks vs. Dallas on Feb. 17 ‌ Scored a season-high 19 points (9-10 FG) against Oklahoma City on Dec. 19 ‌ 2009-10: Averaged a then career-high 8.4 points (58.8% FG), 4.9 rebounds, 1.04 blocks and 19.3 minutes in 51 games (31 starts) ‌ In games which he started, averaged 11.3 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in 24.5 minutes ‌ Ranked ďŹ rst on the team in blocks per game (1.04) ‌ Scored a career-high 30 points (13-16 FG), along with 12 rebounds against the L.A. Clippers on Feb. 26 ‌ Notched 19 points (7-9 FG), 10 rebounds and four blocks vs. Utah on March


PLAYOFFS:

2010: Played in six games (all starts) with Phoenix during the 2010 postseason ‌ Averaged 7.8 points (54.3% FG), 4.0 rebounds and 17.3 minutes ‌ Scored 20 points (8-10 FG) against the L.A. Lakers in Game 3 of the NBA Western Conference Finals.

COLLEGE:

Two-year collegiate standout at Stanford University, where he averaged 8.9 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.33 blocked shots in 67 career games (61 starts) ‌ As a sophomore, received Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 honors and was named to the Pac-10’s All-Defensive Team ‌ Finished his college career with the second-most blocks in Stanford history (156) despite playing just two seasons ‌ Recorded two of the three most proliďŹ c single-season block totals in school history with 83 blocks in 2007-08

(2nd-most all-time) and a freshman-record 73 blocks in 2006-07 (3rd-most) ‌ In his second and ďŹ nal season with the Cardinal, averaged 10.2 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.31 blocks, including 12.7 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.67 blocks in three NCAA Tournament games ‌ Registered 14 points and ďŹ ve blocks vs. Cornell in the Round of 64 of the 2008 NCAA Tournament and followed that up with an 18-point, nine-rebound, three-block performance vs. Marquette in the Round of 32 ‌ As a freshman, averaged 7.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and a Pac-10-best 2.35 blocks.

PERSONAL: Mother, Deborah Ledford, was a collegiate swimmer at Stanford ranked second in the world in the 400 individual medley who tried out for the 1968 U.S. Olympic team ‌ Has three brothers, Alexander, Christopher and Brook, and one sister, Ursula Richardson ‌ Twin brother, Brook, who was a teammate at Stanford, was taken 10th overall in the 2008 NBA Draft and plays for the Brooklyn Nets ‌ Brook is one minute older than Robin ‌ Oldest brother, Alexander, who is 6-foot-10, played college basketball at Santa Clara and Washington while older brother Christopher, who is 6-foot-7, passed on college basketball scholarships to pursue a career as a movie producer ‌ Film enthusiast who also enjoys comic books, drawing, writing, playing volleyball and swimming ‌ After the NBA, would like to work as a designer for ďŹ lm or television.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM G-GS 08-09 Phoenix 60-7 09-10 Phoenix 51-31 10-11 Phoenix 67-56 11-12 Phoenix 64-0 12-13 N. Orleans 82-82 TOTALS 324-176

MIN 614 986 991 895 2136 5622

FGM 71 171 179 124 384 929

FGA 137 291 357 269 719 1773

‰ 1U'( ‰ PCT. FGM FGA PCT. .518 0 1 .000 .588 0 0 --.501 0 0 --.461 0 0 --.534 0 0 --.524 0 1 .000

FTM 47 88 74 100 161 470

FTA 68 125 100 140 207 640

PCT. .691 .704 .740 .714 .778 .734

o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 52 66 118 8 97-0 11 28 41 189 2.0 0.1 3.2 104 144 248 7 117-1 10 41 53 430 4.9 0.1 8.4 82 134 216 8 143-1 18 48 45 432 3.2 0.1 6.4 90 119 209 20 128-1 18 43 60 348 3.3 0.3 5.4 226 236 462 64 167-1 32 110 128 929 5.6 0.8 11.3 554 699 1253 107 652-4 89 270 327 2328 3.9 0.3 7.2

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 2010 Phoenix TOTALS

‰1U'(‰ o 3FCPVOETo ‰"WFSBHFT‰ G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 6-6 104 19 35 .543 0 0 --9 9 1.000 12 12 24 0 11-0 2 3 1 47 4.0 0.0 7.8 6-6 104 19 35 .543 0 0 --9 9 1.000 12 12 24 0 11-0 2 3 1 47 4.0 0.0 7.8

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19 ‌ Missed the ďŹ rst 15 games of the season due to a broken ďŹ fth metatarsal in his left foot, and then missed the season’s ďŹ nal 10 games due to a back injury ‌ 200809: Played in 60 games (seven starts) as a rookie, posting averages of 3.2 points (51.8% FG), 2.0 rebounds, 0.68 blocks and 10.2 minutes ‌ In his ďŹ rst career start Nov. 7 against Chicago, scored 14 points (6-9 FG) and grabbed seven rebounds ‌ Selected to the USA Basketball Men’s Select Team, which helped the Men’s Senior National team train for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing ‌ Was one of just three rookies (Kevin Love, Jerryd Bayless) named to the team.


WESLEY MATTHEWS (6"3%twtMCT

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BIRTHDATE: OCT. 14, 1986 BIRTHPLACE: SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL: MEMORIAL (MADISON, WIS.) COLLEGE: MARQUETTE NBA EXPERIENCE: FOUR SEASONS W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: THREE SEASONS

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 36 (AT MINNESOTA, 1/7/11) REBOUNDS: 10 (VS. DENVER, 11/18/10) ASSISTS: 10 (AT CLEVELAND, 12/1/12)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND:

Signed

with Portland as a free agent on July 21, 2010.

2012-13 SEASON: Averaged 14.8 points, 2.8 rebounds, a career-best 2.5 assists, 1.30 steals and 34.8 minutes in 69 games (all starts) ‌ Connected on a career-high 169 3-pointers, tied for 11th in the NBA, and made an average of 2.4 3-point ďŹ eld goals per game, tied for ďŹ fth in the league ‌ His 169 3-pointers were fourth most by a Trail Blazer in a season, all-time ‌ Led the team in steals per game (1.30) and all qualiďŹ ed teammates in 3-point percentage (39.8%) ‌ Finished with a steals-to-turnover ratio of 0.83, 17th in the NBA ‌ Did not play due to injury Dec. 10 vs. Toronto, marking the ďŹ rst game missed in his NBA career ‌ His 250 straight games played ranked second in the NBA at the time ‌ Tied for the league lead with 15 3-pointers made during the ďŹ nal ďŹ ve minutes of games that were within ďŹ ve points ‌ Led the NBA with six 3-point ďŹ eld goals (of eight attempts) in games that were within three points with one minute or less remaining ‌ Led the team in scoring 11 times and in assists on three occasions ‌ Tallied a career-high 10 assists Dec. 1 at Cleveland ‌ Scored a season-high 30 points against Minnesota on Nov. 23, making a career-high 12 ďŹ eld goals and hitting 5-of-6 3-pointers ‌ Tied a career best with 10 free throws vs. Atlanta on Nov. 17, ďŹ nishing 10-for-10 from the charity stripe ‌ Notched a season-high seven 3-pointers at Milwaukee on March 19, ending up with 28 points on 10-for-20 shooting overall. NBA CAREER: In four years with Portland and Utah, posted averages of 13.4 points (39.5% 3-PT), 2.9 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.18 steals and 31.5 minutes in 299 games (239 starts) ‌ Ranks ďŹ fth in Trail Blazers

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history in made 3-pointers (452) and eighth in free throw percentage (83.5%, min. 500 free throws made) ‌ 2011-12: Posted averages of 13.7 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.45 steals and 33.8 minutes in 66 games (53 starts) ‌ Finished 12th in the NBA in minutes played (2,228) ... One of 36 NBA players to play in all 66 regular season games in 2011-12 ... Only Trail Blazer to play every game in 2011-12 ... Became the ďŹ rst Trail Blazer to play in every game for two consecutive seasons since Greg Anthony from 1998-2000 ‌ Made 8-of-10 3-point ďŹ eld goal attempts in the Trail Blazers’ 104103 loss at Sacramento on April 15, becoming the ďŹ rst Portland player ever to shoot 80 percent from beyond the arc while making at least eight such shots ‌ Finished tied for ďŹ fth in the NBA in 3-pointers made (129) after ranking tied for seventh in the category the year prior (154); Matthews was the only NBA player ranked in the top seven in both seasons ... On April 2 vs. Utah, became the ďŹ rst NBA player to record 33 points (season high) on 12 ďŹ eld goal attempts or fewer since Yao Ming on Dec. 5, 2008 ... Converted 11 consecutive 3-point attempts from March 16-20, the ďŹ rst NBA player to do so since Mike Miller in 2010 ... Finished third in the NBA in steals per turnover ratio at 1.26 (91 steals, 72 turnovers) ‌ Ranked 17th in the NBA in steals per game with an average of 1.45 ‌ Finished the season ranked 20th overall in free throw percentage at 86.0 percent (147-of-171) ... Reached double-ďŹ gure scoring in 11 consecutive games from March 16 through April 2 ‌ Recorded a career-high ďŹ ve steals Jan. 18 at Atlanta ‌ 2010-11: Notched averages of 15.9 points (second on team), 3.1 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.24 steals (third on team) and 33.6 minutes in 82 games (69 starts) ‌ Was the only Trail Blazer to appear in every


PLAYOFFS: Appeared in 16 postseason games (all starts) with Portland and Utah, averaging 13.1 points (36.5% 3-PT, 82.1% FT), 3.2 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.38 steals in 35.8 minutes ‌ 2011: Notched averages of 13.0 points (38.1% 3-PT, 84.2% FT), 1.2 rebounds and 1.0 assist in six starts with the Trail Blazers ‌ Scored a playoff career-high 25 points while tying a team playoff record for treys in a quarter (four in the ďŹ rst quarter) April 21 vs. Dallas ‌ 2010: Started all 10 postseason games for the Jazz, averaging 13.2 points (38.6% FG, 81.3% FT), 4.4 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.80 steals in 37.1 minutes per contest ‌ Recorded 23 points (13-15 FT) in Utah’s First Round series clinching Game 6 win April 30 at Denver.

COLLEGE: In four years at Marquette from 2005-09, averaged 13.2 points (44.4% FG, 34.1% 3-PT, 79.9% FT), 4.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.22 steals and 30.2 minutes in 127 games (117 starts) ‌ Marquette’s alltime leader in free throws made (549) ‌ Ranks eighth in scoring (1,673) and third in games played (127) in school history ‌ Started every Marquette game in each of his ďŹ nal three seasons ‌ 2008-09: Selected to the All-Big East Second Team ... Started all 35 games and averaged career bests with 18.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.23 steals and 34.0 minutes ... Tallied career highs with 30 points and 15 free throws made Dec. 16 at Tennessee ‌ 2007-08: Started all 35 games, averaging 11.3 points, 4.4 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 0.97 steals and 28.8 minutes ... Recorded double-digit scoring efforts 25 times ... 2006-07: Started all 34 games, averaging 12.6 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1.44 steals and 31.2 minutes ... Posted double-ďŹ gure scoring outputs in 25 contests ... 2005-06: Started 13 of 23 games in which he appeared, averaging 9.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1.26 steals and 24.9 minutes. PERSONAL: Undrafted in 2009, Matthews signed with Utah on Sept. 25, 2009 ‌ His mother, Pam Moore, was a two-sport athlete and track standout at the University of Wisconsin and was inducted into the school’s hall of fame in September 2006 ... His father, Wes Matthews, played basketball at Wisconsin and spent nine years in the NBA with six different teams from 1980-90 ... One of seven NBA players on the NBA FIT Team, Matthews helped coach youth at an NBA FIT basketball clinic in January 2013 ‌ Awarded the 2011-12 Maurice Lucas Award, given annually to the Trail Blazers player who best represents the true spirit of Maurice Lucas through his contributions on the court and in the community ‌ Earned the Kia NBA Community Assist Award for February 2012 in honor of his outstanding efforts in the community and his ongoing philanthropic and charitable work ‌ Teams up with Fred Meyer and fans to collect coats for those in need every winter ‌ Majored in advertising at Marquette ‌ Has a dog named Cash.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM G-GS 09-10 Utah 82-48 10-11 Portland 82-69 11-12 Portland 66-53 12-13 Portland 69-69 TOTALS 299-239

MIN 2025 2758 2228 2403 9413

FGM 273 440 314 352 1379

FGA 565 979 763 808 3115

PCT. .483 .449 .412 .436 .443

‰ 1U'( ‰ FGM FGA PCT. 63 165 .382 154 378 .407 129 337 .383 169 425 .398 515 1305 .395

FTM 160 266 147 149 722

FTA 193 315 171 187 866

o3FCPVOETo PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL .829 50 141 191 124 152-0 64 .844 48 210 258 164 195-2 102 .860 56 168 224 113 148-0 96 .797 35 156 191 174 172-0 90 .834 189 675 864 575 667-2 352

‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 93 15 769 2.3 1.5 9.4 138 9 1300 3.1 2.0 15.9 73 15 904 3.4 1.7 13.7 109 18 1022 2.8 2.5 14.8 413 57 3995 2.9 1.9 13.4

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 2010 Utah 2011 Portland TOTALS

‰1U'(‰ o 3FCPVOETo ‰"WFSBHFT‰ G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 10-10 371 39 101 .386 15 42 .357 39 48 .813 10 34 44 17 34-0 18 15 5 132 4.4 1.7 13.2 6-6 202 27 57 .474 8 21 .381 16 19 .842 2 5 7 6 15-0 4 7 1 78 1.2 1.0 13.0 16-16 573 66 158 .418 23 63 .365 55 67 .821 12 39 51 23 49-0 22 22 6 210 3.2 1.4 13.1

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game ‌ Led all NBA sophomores in 3-pointers made (154) and shot 40.7 percent from downtown ‌ Netted 20-plus points 26 times, including four games with 30 points or more ‌ Became the ďŹ rst Trail Blazer to sink at least three 3-pointers in ďŹ ve straight games (March 11-19) since Damon Stoudamire (seven games, Feb. 1-13, 2005) ... Netted a career-high 36 points (10-18 FG, 9-9 FT) on seven 3-pointers (of 10) Jan. 7 in Minnesota ... His seven 3-pointers in the ďŹ rst half on Jan. 7 at Minnesota set a new franchise record for 3-pointers in a half (6, Cliff Robinson, 3/28/97 vs. Vancouver) ... Registered ďŹ rst double-double of his career with 20 points and a careerhigh 10 rebounds Nov. 18 vs. Denver ‌ Totaled 15 points, four rebounds and six assists for the Sophomores at the 2011 T-Mobile Rookie Challenge and Youth Jam ‌ 200910: Appeared in all 82 games (48 starts) for the Utah Jazz, posting averages of 9.4 points (48.3% FG, 38.2% 3-PT, 82.9% FT), 2.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 0.78 steals in 24.7 minutes ‌ As a rookie, was one of two Jazz players to appear in every game ‌ Started each of the team’s last 29 regular season contests, helping Utah to a 19-10 record over that stretch ‌ Among NBA rookies, ranked ninth in scoring, seventh in ďŹ eld goal percentage, seventh in 3-point percentage, third in free throw percentage, 10th in steals and 10th in minutes.


CJ MCCOLLUM (6"3%twtMCT

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BIRTHDATE: SEPT. 19, 1991 BIRTHPLACE: CANTON, OHIO HIGH SCHOOL: GLENOAK HS (CANTON, OHIO) COLLEGE: LEHIGH NBA EXPERIENCE: NONE LAST TEAM: LEHIGH (NCAA)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Selected by Portland in the ďŹ rst round (10th pick overall) of the 2013 NBA Draft. COLLEGE: Played four seasons at Lehigh University, where he averaged 21.3 points (43.9% FG, 37.7% 3-PT, 82.5% FT), 6.3 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 2.04 steals and 32.9 minutes ‌ In 2009-10, became the ďŹ rst Patriot League player to ever be named both Player and Rookie of the Year ‌ Also earned Patriot League Player of the Year honors as a junior ‌ Three-time First Team All-Patriot League member (2009-12) ‌ Ranks ďŹ rst in Patriot League history and second all-time at Lehigh with 2,361 career points ‌ Named an Associated Press Honorable Mention AllAmerican as a junior and freshman ‌ 2012-13: Played in 12 games as a senior before suffering a broken left foot on Jan. 5 ‌ Was enjoying a superb senior season prior to the injury, leading the nation in scoring at 23.9 points (49.5% FG, 51.6% 3-PT, 84.9% FT) along with 5.0 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 1.42 steals and 31.0 minutes ‌ Scored 30-plus points in four of 12 games played, including a season-high 36 points against Baylor to open the season ‌ Tallied 25 second-half points against Quinnipiac on Nov. 27, a career high for most points scored in a half ‌ 2011-12: Earned Patriot League Player of the Year honors as a junior after leading the conference in scoring (21.9), ranking second in rebounding (6.5) and averaging career highs in assists (3.5) and steals (2.60) in 33.1 minutes ‌ Ranked ďŹ fth nationally in points per game ‌ Named Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Player of the Year, along with being named a Lute Olson All-American and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) First Team All-District member ‌ Earned Patriot League Player of the Week six times during the season, tying his total from 60

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the previous year ‌ Helped lead Lehigh to the round of 32 at the NCAA Tournament, including a 75-70 win over second-seeded Duke in the round of 64 ‌ Finished with 30 points, six rebounds and six assists in the win against the Blue Devils ‌ Scored 14 points and tallied eight rebounds against Xavier in the round of 32 ‌ Named Most Valuable Player of the Patriot League Tournament, leading the Mountain Hawks to an 82-77 victory over Bucknell in the championship game by ďŹ nishing with 29 points, three rebounds, ďŹ ve assists, two blocks and three steals ‌ 2010-11: Started all 31 games in which he played as a sophomore, averaging 21.8 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 2.48 steals and 34.5 minutes ‌ Finished ninth in the nation and ďŹ rst in the Patriot League in scoring, third in the conference in rebounding and 12th nationally in steals ‌ Also led the Patriot League in free throw percentage (84.5%) ‌ Named to the NABC First Team All-District, as well as the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) All-District team ‌ Named the Patriot League Player of the Week a then-record six times ‌ Scored a career-best 42 points (15-25 FG) Nov. 26 against Kent State, the third-most points scored by a Lehigh player all-time and just seven points shy of tying the school record ‌ Recorded 10 double-doubles on the season ‌ 2009-10: Completed a record freshman season, leading all NCAA freshmen in scoring (19.1) while also averaging 5.0 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.30 steals and 31.9 minutes in 33 games ‌ Along with winning the Patriot League Player and Rookie of the Year awards, was a conference First Team All-League, All-Rookie and All-Tournament Team selection ‌ Named to the Sporting News All-Freshman Team ‌ A nine-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week, tied for the most in conference history


‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures in 29 of 33 games, including 17 games of 20-plus points and three games of at least 30 points ‌ Scored 26 points against top-seeded Kansas in the NCAA Tournament Round of 64.

with 1,405 career points ‌ Holds the school and county record for most points in a game with 54 ‌ Averaged 29.3 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 3.0 steals per game as a senior.

HIGH SCHOOL:

PERSONAL: Son of Kathy Andrews and Errick McCollum ‌ Majored in journalism at Lehigh and hopes to become a sports analyst and broadcaster ‌ Penned an article for The Sporting News in 2012 about his decision to return to school his senior year ... Favorite foods are French fries and his mother’s lasagna.

MCCOLLUM

Two-time First-Team All-Federal League, All-District IV and All-County selection at GlenOak High School in Canton, Ohio ‌ Federal League, District IV and Stark County Player of the Year in 2009 ‌ First-Team All-Ohio selection and Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior ‌ Leading scorer in school history

NCAA SEASON STATISTICS (LEHIGH)  SEASON/TEAM 09-10 Lehigh 10-11 Lehigh 11-12 Lehigh 12-13 Lehigh TOTALS

G-GS 33-31 31-31 35-35 12-12 111-109

MIN 1052 1073 1160 372 3657

FGM 203 214 254 96 767

FGA 442 537 573 194 1746

‰ 1U'( ‰ PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA .459 72 171 .421 153 189 .399 52 165 .315 197 233 .443 60 176 .341 198 244 .495 33 64 .516 62 73 .439 217 576 .377 610 739

o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG .810 46 119 165 79 48 43 66 7 631 5.0 2.4 19.1 .845 59 183 242 66 53 77 88 21 677 7.8 2.1 21.8 .811 50 179 229 124 73 91 81 19 766 6.5 3.5 21.9 .849 12 48 60 35 21 17 32 4 287 5.0 2.9 23.9 .825 167 529 696 304 195 228 267 51 2361 6.3 2.7 21.3

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THOMAS ROBINSON FORWARDtwtMCT

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BIRTHDATE: MARCH 17, 1991 BIRTHPLACE: WASHINGTON, D.C. HIGH SCHOOL: BREWSTER ACADEMY (N.H.) COLLEGE: KANSAS NBA EXPERIENCE: ONE SEASON W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: NONE

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 15 (HOU. VS. CLE., 3/22/13) REBOUNDS: 14 (SAC. VS. PHO., 1/23/13) ASSISTS: 3 (TWICE)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND: Acquired from the Houston Rockets in exchange for the NBA rights to Kostas Papanikolaou and Marko Todorovic, and two future second round picks on July 10, 2013. Originally selected by the Sacramento Kings in the ďŹ rst round (ďŹ fth pick overall) of the 2012 NBA Draft.

2012-13 SEASON:

Appeared in 70 games with Sacramento and Houston during his rookie season, posting averages of 4.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 15.1 minutes ‌ Played in 19 games with the Rockets after being acquired by Houston along with Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt from Sacramento in exchange for Patrick Patterson, Toney Douglas and Cole Aldrich on Feb. 20 ‌ Averaged 4.5 points, 4.1 rebounds and 13.0 minutes with Houston ‌ Scored a career-high 15 points (6-7 FG) along with six rebounds, three steals and two blocks against Cleveland on March 22 ‌ Recorded 10 points (3-4 FG), eight rebounds and three steals in a win over Dallas on March 3 ‌ Averaged 4.8 points, 4.7 rebounds and 15.9 minutes in 51 games with the Kings ‌ Tallied three double-doubles while with Sacramento, including a 12-point, career-high 14-rebound performance against Phoenix on Jan. 23 ‌ Grabbed double-digit rebounds in three consecutive games from Jan. 7-12 ‌ Scored 12 points and grabbed four rebounds in a career-high 30 minutes vs. Portland on Nov. 13.

COLLEGE: Played three seasons at the University of Kansas, where he averaged 9.8 points (52.5% FG), 7.3 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 18.7 minutes in 105 games ‌ His overall three-year Kansas win total of 100 (against 13 losses) is the most in a three-year period in Kansas basketball history ‌ A consensus First Team All-

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American as a junior in 2011-12 ‌ Earned the Big 12 Conference Player of the Year Award as a junior, and was named to the All-Big 12 First Team ‌ Named the ESPN.com National Player of the Year, Naismith Men’s College Player of the Year Finalist and was a First Team All-American on the John R. Wooden, The Sporting News and CBSSports.com’s teams ‌ 2011-12: Started all 39 games as a junior, averaging 17.7 points (50.5% FG), 11.9 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 1.08 steals and 31.8 minutes ‌ Led the nation with 27 double-doubles, and ranked second in the country in rebounding (11.9) ‌ His 27 double-doubles surpassed Drew Gooden’s Kansas singleseason record of 25 set in 2002 ‌ His 463 rebounds ranked second all-time in Kansas single-season history behind Wilt Chamberlain (510, 1956-57) ‌ Became the ďŹ rst unanimous Associated Press All-American since Blake GrifďŹ n in 2009 ‌ Helped lead the Jayhawks to the Championship Game of the 2012 NCAA Tournament ‌ Recorded four double-doubles in six NCAA Tournament games, including an 18-point, 17-rebound performance against Kentucky in the Championship Game ‌ Named to the Final Four All-Tournament Team after averaging 16.7 points and 12.5 rebounds during the tournament ‌ Recorded 30 points (10-14 FG) and 21 rebounds vs. North Dakota on Dec. 31, 2011, becoming the ďŹ rst Jayhawk to post a 30-point, 20-rebound game since Wayne Hightower in 1961 ‌ Just the sixth player in Big 12 history to record a 30-20 game ‌ 2010-11: Averaged 7.6 points (60.1% FG), 6.4 rebounds and 14.6 minutes in 33 games (two starts) as a sophomore ‌ Led the squad among players who played at least 10.0 minutes per game in ďŹ eld goal percentage (60.1%) ‌ Posted four double-doubles his sophomore season, including ďŹ nishing with 12 points (5-9


HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H., his senior season ‌ Averaged 16 points, 13 rebounds and ďŹ ve blocked shots per game in 200809 for Brewster ‌ Earned First Team Prep School AllAmerican honors ‌ A Parade All-American and Reebok All-Star selection as a senior ... Played his junior season

at Riverdale Baptist High School in Upper Marlboro, Md. ‌ Riverdale Baptist went 31-6 his junior season ‌ Averaged 16 points, 13 rebounds and ďŹ ve blocks per game while at Riverdale Baptist ‌ An All-County selection as a junior ‌ Had 23 double-doubles his junior season ‌. Posted 32 points, 27 rebounds and nine blocked shots in a game at Riverdale ‌ Rated the No. 7 power forward in the class of 2009 by Rivals.com ‌ Was rated No. 24 overall by Scout.com, No. 31 by Rivals.com and No. 40 by ESPNU 100.

PERSONAL: Born Thomas Earl Robinson ‌ Son of the late Lisa Robinson ‌ Lists his mother as his hero ‌ Nickname is “T-Robâ€? ‌ Has three siblings ‌ Favorite TV shows include Martin and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 12-13 Sac./Hou. TOTALS

‰ 1U'( ‰ G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. 70-0 1056 138 321 .430 0 1 .000 57 109 .523 70-0 1056 138 321 .430 0 1 .000 57 109 .523

o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 122 193 315 46 124-0 41 88 26 333 4.5 0.7 4.8 122 193 315 46 124-0 41 88 26 333 4.5 0.7 4.8

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FG) and 14 rebounds in Kansas’ NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen victory over Richmond ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures in 11 games ‌ 2009-10: Played in 33 games (one start) his freshman season, averaging 2.5 points, 2.7 rebounds and 7.2 minutes ‌ Recorded his ďŹ rst career doubledouble in just his sixth game as a Jayhawk, notching 15 points (6-7 FG) and 10 rebounds against Alcorn State on Dec. 2.


EARL WATSON (6"3%twtMCT

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BIRTHDATE: JUNE 12, 1979 BIRTHPLACE: KANSAS CITY, KAN. HIGH SCHOOL: WASHINGTON HS (KANSAS CITY, KAN.) COLLEGE: UCLA NBA EXPERIENCE: 12 SEASONS W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: NONE

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 28 (SEA. VS. DEN., 4/1/07) REBOUNDS: 10 (TWICE) ASSISTS: 16 (SEA. VS. UTAH, 1/12/07)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND:

Signed with Portland as a free agent on July 11, 2013. Originally selected by the Seattle SuperSonics in the second round (40th pick overall) of the 2001 NBA Draft.

2012-13 SEASON: Appeared in 48 games (four starts) with the Utah Jazz, averaging 2.0 points, 1.8 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 0.83 steals and 17.3 minutes ‌ Ranked third on the team in assists (4.0) ‌ Registered 21 games with at least ďŹ ve assists, including ďŹ ve straight contests from Feb.9-23 ‌ Scored a season-high nine points (2-4 FG, 5-6 FT) to go along with six assists March 13 at Oklahoma City.

NBA CAREER:

In 12 NBA seasons with Seattle, Memphis, Denver, Oklahoma City, Indiana and Utah, has posted averages of 6.5 points (41.1% FG, 32.4% 3-PT, 70.2% FT), 2.3 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 1.02 steals and 22.6 minutes in 854 games (227 starts) ‌ Ranks 20th among active NBA players in total assists (3,843) ‌ Has averaged at least 3.5 assists per game in 10 straight seasons ‌ 2011-12: Played in 50 games (two starts) for the Jazz, averaging 3.0 points, 2.4 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 1.08 steals and 20.4 minutes ‌ Led or tied for the team lead in assists in 21 contests ‌ Contributed ďŹ ve-plus assists 24 times ‌ Notched nine points, a season-high seven rebounds and seven assists against Sacramento on March 30 ‌ Scored a season-best 11 points vs. Memphis on Jan. 6 ‌ Tore the medial meniscus in his right knee at San Antonio on April 8, requiring season-ending surgery, which was performed on April 17 ‌ 2010-11: In 80 games (13 starts) with Utah, averaged 4.3 points, 2.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 0.76 steals and 19.6 minutes ‌ Led the team in assists 13 times ‌ Scored in double

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ďŹ gures on 11 occasions and recorded eight or more assists eight times ‌ Notched 10 points and a season-high 13 assists vs. Minnesota on Jan. 28 ‌ 2009-10: Appeared in 79 games (52 starts) with the Indiana Pacers, averaging 7.8 points, 3.0 rebounds, 5.1 assists, 1.32 steals and a career-high 29.4 minutes ‌ Recorded a career-best total of 104 steals ‌ Led the Pacers in both assists and steals ‌ Ranked 23rd in the NBA in assists (5.1) and 27th in steals (1.32) ‌ Registered 12 straight games of at least ďŹ ve assists during the regular season ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures 27 times, and recorded 10-plus assists in eight games ‌ Scored a season-best 20 points at Atlanta on Oct. 28 ‌ 2008-09: Played in 68 games (18 starts) with the Oklahoma City Thunder, posting averages of 6.6 points, 2.7 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 26.1 minutes ‌ Averaged 10.8 assists per 48 minutes, ninth best in the NBA (min. 60 games played) ‌ Led the Thunder in assists 36 times ‌ Recorded two double-doubles, including a 16-point, 14-assist performance against the L.A. Clippers on April 15 ‌ 2007-08: In 78 games (73 starts) with Seattle, posted career highs in points (10.7) and assists (6.8), along with averaging 2.9 rebounds in 29.1 minutes per game ‌ Ranked 11th in the NBA in assists per contest (6.8) and had an assist-to-turnover ratio of 3.03, 17th best in the league ‌ Led the team in assists 60 times, recording double-digit assists on 11 occasions ‌ Recorded seven double-doubles as well as the ďŹ rst triple-double in his career, ďŹ nishing with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against Sacramento on Feb. 6 ‌ 2006-07: Appeared in 77 games (25 starts) with the SuperSonics, averaging 9.4 points, 2.4 rebounds, 5.7 assists, 1.29 steals and 27.9 minutes ‌ Recorded


PLAYOFFS:

Has appeared in eight games in two playoff appearances with Memphis, averaging 4.8 points, 2.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.00 steal in 17.0 minutes ‌ 2005: Played in four games against Phoenix in the Grizzlies’ ďŹ rst round playoff series, averaging 4.8

points, 2.5 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 18.5 minutes ‌ 2004: In four games with Memphis, averaged 4.8 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 18.5 minutes against San Antonio in the ďŹ rst round of the NBA playoffs ‌ Scored a postseason career-zhigh 13 points in Game 4.

COLLEGE: Started and played in 129 games, setting a new UCLA record for career starts (127) – since surpassed by Josh Shipp (134, 2004-09) ‌ Averaged 11.2 points per game over his four-year career ‌ UCLA’s career leader in steals (235) and minutes played (4,371) ‌ Became the second player in school history to record 600 assists and 200 steals (Tyus Edney) ‌ Fourth player in Pac-10 history to make the career top 10 in both assists and steals ‌ Named All-Pac-10 as a senior ‌ Averaged a team-high 16.0 points, 5.7 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 2.0 steals in three NCAA Tournament games ‌ Dished out a UCLA single-game record 16 assists vs. Maryland on March 18, 2000 in the NCAA Tournament as a junior ‌ Selected to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team.

PERSONAL: Son of Earl and Estella Watson ‌ Has four brothers and one sister ‌ Has a daughter named Isabella ‌ Majored in history, with academic interests in mathematics, business and law ‌ Would like to attend law school when his playing days are done ‌ Favorite food is Italian ‌ Favorite video game is John Madden Football ‌ Favorite television show is “The Sopranosâ€? ‌ Says the toughest opponent he has faced in his career is former teammate Gary Payton ‌ Lists Magic Johnson as his favorite player growing up.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM G-GS MIN 01-02 Seattle 64-0 964 02-03 Memphis 79-2 1366 03-04 Memphis 81-14 1669 04-05 Memphis 80-14 1808 05-06 Den./Sea. 70-10 1578 06-07 Seattle 77-25 2152 07-08 Seattle 78-73 2269 08-09 OKC 68-18 1776 09-10 Indiana 79-52 2322 10-11 Utah 80-13 1567 11-12 Utah 50-2 1033 12-13 Utah 48-4 829 TOTALS 854-227 19333

FGM 96 170 172 236 219 263 339 174 223 126 54 37 2109

FGA 212 391 464 554 509 687 747 453 524 307 160 120 5128

‰ 1U'( ‰ o3FCPVOETo PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST .453 16 44 .364 23 36 .639 31 52 83 125 .435 31 91 .341 62 86 .721 46 118 164 225 .371 26 106 .245 90 138 .652 49 129 178 402 .426 52 163 .319 91 138 .659 35 129 164 359 .430 110 272 .404 75 111 .676 24 134 158 289 .383 92 280 .329 108 147 .735 34 151 185 437 .454 49 132 .371 111 145 .766 43 182 225 531 .384 20 85 .235 80 106 .755 36 147 183 391 .426 53 184 .288 120 169 .710 54 186 240 399 .410 36 107 .336 55 82 .671 52 130 182 278 .338 10 52 .192 31 46 .674 30 91 121 217 .308 5 28 .179 17 25 .680 23 64 87 190 .411 500 1544 .324 863 1229 .702 457 1513 1970 3843

‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 93-0 60 51 5 231 1.3 2.0 3.6 138-0 89 88 14 433 2.1 2.8 5.5 175-3 91 146 19 460 2.2 5.0 5.7 184-0 83 167 19 615 2.1 4.5 7.7 159-1 68 136 10 623 2.3 4.1 8.9 152-0 99 167 23 726 2.4 5.7 9.4 158-2 69 175 11 838 2.9 6.8 10.7 137-0 50 156 11 448 2.7 5.8 6.6 181-0 104 175 16 619 3.0 5.1 7.8 146-0 61 116 17 343 2.3 3.5 4.3 105-0 54 85 22 149 2.4 4.3 3.0 94-0 40 69 8 96 1.8 4.0 2.0 1722-6 8681531 175 5581 2.3 4.5 6.5

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 2004 Memphis 2005 Memphis TOTALS

‰1U'(‰ o 3FCPVOETo ‰"WFSBHFT‰ G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 4-0 62 8 15 .533 0 3 .000 3 3 1.000 4 5 9 7 8-0 5 6 0 19 2.3 1.8 4.8 4-0 74 8 24 .333 1 9 .111 2 2 1.000 3 7 10 15 11-0 3 2 1 19 2.5 3.8 4.8 8-0 136 16 39 .410 1 12 .083 5 5 1.000 7 12 19 22 19-0 8 8 1 38 2.4 2.8 4.8

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a career-high 16 assists in an overtime win vs. Utah on Jan. 12 ‌ Scored a career-best 28 points against Denver on April 1 ‌ 2005-06: Played in 70 games with Seattle and the Denver Nuggets, averaging 8.9 points, 2.3 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 22.5 minutes ‌ Started the season in Denver, where he averaged 7.5 points, 1.9 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 21.2 minutes in 46 games (10 starts) ‌ In 24 games with Seattle, averaged 11.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 5.4 assists in 25.1 minutes per game ‌ Made nine consecutive 3-pointers as a Nugget from Jan. 8-10 ‌ 2004-05: In 81 games (14 starts) with the Memphis Grizzlies, averaged 7.7 points, 2.1 rebounds and 4.5 assists in 22.6 minutes ‌ Averaged 11.9 points and 6.5 assists in games which he started ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures 24 times ‌ Led the team in assists on 32 occasions ‌ 2003-04: Appeared in 81 games (14 starts) with Memphis, averaging 5.7 points, 2.2 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 20.6 minutes ‌ Dished out 14 assists (including 10 in the ďŹ rst half) against Portland on Dec. 7 ‌ 2002-03: Played in 79 games with Memphis (two starts) ‌ Averaged 5.5 points, 2.1 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 17.3 minutes ‌ 2001-02: In his rookie season with Seattle, played in 64 games and posted averages of 3.6 points, 1.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 15.1 minutes ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures four times.


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BIRTHDATE: DEC. 19, 1982 BIRTHPLACE: JACKSON, MISS. HIGH SCHOOL: MURRAH HS (JACKSON, MISS.) COLLEGE: ALABAMA NBA EXPERIENCE: 10 SEASONS W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: NONE

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 44 (CLE. VS. PHO., 2/11/09) REBOUNDS: 11 (MIL. VS. MIA., 12/20/06) ASSISTS: 15 (MIL. AT CHI., 12/28/07)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND:

Signed with Portland as a free agent on August 8, 2013. Originally selected by Utah in the second round (47th pick overall) of the 2003 NBA Draft.

2012-13 SEASON: Started all 46 games played with Utah, averaging 12.9 points (43.0% FG, 38.3% 3-PT, 88.2% FT), 2.4 rebounds, 6.2 assists, 1.00 steal and 30.8 minutes ‌ Ranked ďŹ rst on the team in free throw percentage (88.2%), third in 3-point percentage (38.3%) and third in steals per game (1.00) ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures 27 times, including 10 20-point outings ‌ Led the squad in assists 30 times and in scoring on nine occasions ‌ Recorded double-digit assists in four games, dishing out a season-high 14 assists to go with 17 points at Toronto on Nov. 12 ‌ Scored a season-best 29 points (9-13 FG, 2-2 3-PT, 9-9 FT) to go along with nine assists against San Antonio on Nov. 3 ‌ Recorded 28 points (10-19 FG), ďŹ ve rebounds and ďŹ ve assists against Portland on March 29 ‌ Missed 36 games due to injury, including 32 games because of right thumb surgery. NBA CAREER:

In 10 NBA seasons, posted averages of 13.8 points (44.0% FG, 38.6% 3-PT, 86.9% FT), 2.9 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 30.4 minutes in 635 games (478 starts) with the Jazz, Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland and Milwaukee ‌ Named an NBA All-Star in 2009 ‌ Ranks sixth among active NBA players in free throw percentage (86.9%) ‌ Ranked third in the league in 3-point ďŹ eld goals during the 2008-09 season (183) and eighth in 2009-10 (159) ‌ Also ďŹ nished ninth in the NBA in 3-point percentage during the 2009-10 campaign (42.9%) ‌ 2011-12: Appeared in 52 games (one start) with the Clippers, averaging 13.2 points, 1.9 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 28.3 minutes ‌ Ranked third on the squad in 3-point ďŹ eld goals (93) ‌ Led the team in scoring four times,

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assists four times and steals in eight games ‌ Accounted for more than 41 percent of all Clippers bench points ‌ Scored a season-high 19 points in the fourth quarter vs. Toronto on Jan. 22 ‌ Scored a season-high 33 points in 35 minutes at San Antonio on March 9 ‌ 2010-11: Played in 58 games with Cleveland and the Clippers, averaging 14.0 points, 2.6 rebounds, a career-high 6.6 assists and 30.8 minutes ‌ Averaged 13.3 points, 2.7 rebounds, 7.1 assists and 29.6 minutes in 36 games with the Cavaliers before being traded to the Clippers on Feb. 24 ‌ In 22 games with L.A., averaged 15.2 points, 2.5 rebounds, 5.6 assists and 32.9 minutes ‌ Led the Clippers in assists 13 times and in scoring ďŹ ve times ‌ 2009-10: In 69 games (68 starts) with the Cavaliers, posted averages of 15.8 points, 3.0 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 34.2 minutes ‌ Ranked seventh in the NBA in free throw percentage (89.4%), eighth in 3-pointers made (159), ninth in 3-point percentage (42.9%) and 30th in total assists (368) ‌ Was one of only ďŹ ve players in the NBA with at least 150 3-pointers and 350 assists ‌ 2008-09: Played in 81 games (all starts) in his ďŹ rst season with Cleveland, averaging a career-high 17.8 points, 3.4 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 35.0 minutes ‌ Helped lead the Cavaliers to the Eastern Conference Finals ‌ Ranked second among Eastern Conference point guards in scoring ‌ Shot a career-best 91.2 percent from the free throw line, which was fourth in the NBA ‌ Cleveland was 26-5 when he scored 20-or-more points ‌ Scored 30-plus points in ďŹ ve games ‌ Joined LeBron James as the highest scoring duo in the NBA at 46.2 points per game in the regular season ‌ Named a 2009 NBA Eastern Conference AllStar ‌ 2007-08: Appeared in 66 games (all starts) with Milwaukee, notching averages of 17.2 points, 3.5 rebounds, 6.3 assists, 1.18 steals and 36.5 minutes ‌ Scored 20-plus points 15 times and 30-plus points


PLAYOFFS:

Has played in 41 career playoff games (25 starts), posting averages of 12.9 points (42.1% FG, 34.7% 3-PT, 80.4% FT), 2.2 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 30.6 minutes ‌ 2012: Appeared in 11 games with the Clippers during the 2012 NBA Playoffs, averaging 9.6 points, 1.4 assists and 20.8 minutes ‌ Scored 20 points in Game 5 of the ďŹ rst round at Memphis ‌ 2010: Played and started in 11 postseason contests with Cleveland, posting averages of 14.4 points, 3.1 rebounds, 5.4 assists and 37.4 minutes ‌ Scored 19 points and added 10 assists in Game 1 vs. Chicago in the Eastern Conference QuarterďŹ nals ‌ Scored 22 points in

Game 6 against the Celtics in the Eastern Conference SemiďŹ nals ‌ 2009: In 14 playoff games (all starts) with the Cavaliers, averaged 16.3 points, 3.2 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 38.6 minutes ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures in 13 of his 14 games ‌ Recorded 24 points in Game 4 against Detroit in the First Round of the NBA Playoffs ‌ Notched 24 points in a Game 5 victory over Orlando in the Eastern Conference Finals ‌ 2006: In ďŹ ve playoff games with the Bucks, averaged 7.2 points, 2.0 assists and 15.0 minutes.

COLLEGE:

Played two seasons at the University of Alabama from 2001-03 ‌ Earned Third Team AllSoutheastern Conference honors from the Associated Press in his two seasons with the Crimson Tide ‌ Named the Sporting News National Freshman of the Year in 200102 ‌ Started all 64 games he played in during his twoyear career ‌ Averaged 13.1 points, 3.9 assists and 1.50 steals ‌ Shot 84.7 percent from the free throw line ‌ Was a unanimous selection for SEC Freshman of the Year in 2001-02.

PERSONAL:

Full ďŹ rst name is “Mauriceâ€?‌ Older brother, Michael, played football at the United States Military Academy at West Point ‌ Started the Mo Williams Foundation in the summer of 2005 to beneďŹ t underprivileged kids in the state of Mississippi and assist Hurricane Katrina victims ‌ Helped to rebuild homes and provide water and food for those in need ‌ Loves to help out with the Boys and Girls Club and the YMCA, and also loves to take part in basketball camps for kids in Mississippi ‌ Listens to Phil Collins “In the Air Tonightâ€? before every game ‌ Loves to golf (is a 10 handicap) ‌ Favorite food is steak, cooked medium-well with Mo’s special sauce ‌ Majored in criminal justice at Alabama.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM G-GS MIN 03-04 Utah 57-0 772 04-05 Milwaukee 80-80 2254 05-06 Milwaukee 58-12 1531 06-07 Milwaukee 68-68 2472 07-08 Milwaukee 66-66 2410 08-09 Cleveland 81-81 2834 09-10 Cleveland 69-68 2359 10-11 Cle./LAC 58-56 1788 11-12 LAC 52-1 1472 12-13 Utah 46-46 1418 TOTALS 635-478 19310

FGM 115 323 267 468 441 526 378 291 260 229 3298

FGA 303 737 629 1049 919 1126 855 730 611 533 7492

FTM FTA 44 56 136 160 96 113 159 186 166 194 208 228 177 198 151 177 72 80 75 85 1284 1477

o3FCPVOETo ‰ "WFSBHFT ‰ PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG .786 23 49 72 76 87-0 28 51 2 284 1.3 1.3 5.0 .850 50 194 244 484 221-3 74 196 11 814 3.1 6.1 10.2 .850 30 113 143 230 146-0 52 105 7 703 2.5 4.0 12.1 .855 54 275 329 416 201-1 85 203 6 1174 4.8 6.1 17.3 .856 37 193 230 419 188-3 78 182 10 1137 3.5 6.3 17.2 .912 47 232 279 329 215-1 69 179 9 1443 3.4 4.1 17.8 .894 28 178 206 368 170-1 70 173 21 1092 3.0 5.3 15.8 .853 21 132 153 380 150-1 53 171 10 812 2.6 6.6 14.0 .900 23 76 99 160 103-0 51 86 7 685 1.9 3.1 13.2 .882 24 86 110 285 105-0 46 125 9 592 2.4 6.2 12.9 .869 337 1528 1865 3147 1586-10 6061471 92 8736 2.9 5.0 13.8

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PCT. .380 .438 .424 .446 .480 .467 .442 .399 .426 .430 .440

‰ 1U'( ‰ FGM FGA PCT. 10 39 .256 32 99 .323 73 191 .382 79 228 .346 89 231 .385 183 420 .436 159 371 .429 79 244 .324 93 239 .389 59 154 .383 856 2216 .386

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 2006 Milwaukee 2009 Cleveland 2010 Cleveland 2012 LAC TOTALS

G-GS MIN FGM 5-0 75 17 14-14 541 80 11-11 411 52 11-0 229 41 41-25 1256 190

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in six games ‌ Led the Bucks in assists a team-best 47 times and in scoring 15 times ‌ Tallied 37 points, seven rebounds and six assists vs. Cleveland on Feb. 26 ‌ 2006-07: Averaged 17.3 points, 4.8 rebounds, 6.1 assists, 1.25 steals and 36.4 minutes in 68 games (all starts) with Milwaukee ‌ Led the team in assists, was second on the team in scoring and ďŹ fth in rebounds ‌ Ranked 14th in the NBA in assists per game (6.1) and 18th in free throw percentage (85.5%) ‌ Had eight games of 10-plus assists and four games of 10 or more rebounds ‌ Led the team in scoring 16 times and in assists a teamhigh 47 times ‌ 2005-06: In 58 games (12 starts) with the Bucks, averaged 12.1 points, 2.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 26.4 minutes ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures 36 times, including seven games of 20-plus points ‌ 2004-05: Notched averages of 10.2 points, 3.1 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 28.2 minutes in 80 games (all starts) with the Bucks ‌ Scored 10-plus points 33 times and 20 or more points seven times ‌ Ranked 13th in the NBA with 6.1 assists per game and ďŹ nished third in assists per 48 minutes with 10.3 ‌ 2003-04: In his rookie season with Utah, averaged 5.0 points, 1.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 13.5 minutes in 57 games ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures 10 times.


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BIRTHDATE: DEC. 2, 1985 BIRTHPLACE: LOS ANGELES, CALIF. HIGH SCHOOL: SOUTH KENT PREP (SOUTH KENT, CONN.) NBA EXPERIENCE: NINE SEASONS W/ TRAIL BLAZERS: NONE

CAREER HIGHS POINTS: 34 (G.S. AT HOU., 3/23/11) REBOUNDS: 18 (MIA. AT G.S., 12/7/07) ASSISTS: 9 (TWICE)

BIOGRAPHY HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND:

Signed with Portland as a free agent on July 10, 2013. Originally selected by the Miami Heat in the ďŹ rst round (19th pick overall) of the 2004 NBA Draft.

2012-13 SEASON: Played in 79 games (eight starts) with the Philadelphia 76ers, averaging 9.2 points (37.4% 3-PT, 85.1% FT), 3.8 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 22.6 minutes ‌ Led the team in 3-pointers (135), 3-point attempts (361) and free throw percentage (85.1%) ‌ Registered double-digit points on 34 occasions, including seven games of at least 20 points ‌ Finished the regular season by scoring in double ďŹ gures in the ďŹ nal ďŹ ve games of the season, including 20-point contests in each of the ďŹ nal two games ‌ Notched 22 points, eight rebounds and six assists against Detroit on April 15, and registered 23 points (8-15 FG, 4-8 3-PT), ďŹ ve assists and two blocks at Indiana in the ďŹ nal game of the year on April 17 ‌ Scored a season-high 28 points (8-11 FG, 5-8 3-PT) to go along with six rebounds at Memphis on Dec. 26 ‌ Scored in double ďŹ gures in six of the ďŹ rst seven games of the season, including a 15-point, four-rebound, three-assist and foursteal performance at Boston on Nov. 9. NBA CAREER:

In nine NBA seasons with Miami, Golden State and Philadelphia, holds averages of 9.3 points (43.1% FG, 36.7% 3-PT, 81.1% FT), 4.1 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 0.87 steals and 24.7 minutes in 433 games (207 starts) ‌ Led the NBA in 3-pointers made (194) and attempted (516) in 2010-11 ‌ Over the past three seasons, ranks fourth in the league in 3-pointers made (434) ‌ A member of the Miami Heat’s NBA Championship team in 2006 ‌ 2011-12: Started and played all 61 games for Golden State, averaging 10.3

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points, 4.6 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 0.95 steals and 27.0 minutes ‌ Shot 81.6 percent from the free throw line ‌ Led the team in games started (61) and steals (58), while ranking second in 3-pointers (105) and in total rebounds (278) ‌ Scored 20-plus points six times and recorded ďŹ ve double-doubles ‌ Scored a season-best 24 points (8-13 FG, 4-6 3-PT) at Sacramento on Feb. 4 ‌ 2010-11: Started all 82 games in his ďŹ rst season with the Warriors, averaging career highs of 16.4 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.51 steals in 38.4 minutes ‌ Shot 42.3 percent from the ďŹ eld, 37.6 percent from 3-point range and 78.9 percent from the free throw line ‌ Led the NBA in made 3-pointers (194) ‌ Finished third in voting for the NBA’s Most Improved Player Award ‌ Became the ďŹ rst player in NBA history to score more points in his seventh season (1,344) than he did in his ďŹ rst six years combined (1,333) ‌ Set a Warriors franchise single-game record with nine 3-pointers made against Minnesota on Nov. 27 ‌ Finished second on the team in steals (124) and total rebounds (431), and was third in total assists (242) ... The only Warriors player to play in all 82 games ‌ Scored at least 20 points in 24 games, including six games of 30-plus points ‌ Recorded seven double-doubles ‌ Scored a career-best 34 points (1421 FG, 3-6 3-PT) to go along with ďŹ ve rebounds and six assists at Houston on March 23 ‌ 2009-10: Averaged 7.1 points, 3.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 20.8 minutes in 72 games (one start) with the Miami Heat ‌ Finished third on the team in 3-point ďŹ eld goal percentage (38.9%) ‌ Recorded 22 games of double-digit scoring, including the ďŹ nal ďŹ ve games of the season ‌ 2008-09: Appeared in just six games with Miami, missing 49 games due to injury ‌ Averaged 3.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 12.2 minutes


PLAYOFFS:

Has played in seven postseason games in his career, averaging 3.6 points, 2.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 16.4 minutes ‌ 2010: Appeared in all ďŹ ve games for the Miami Heat in their First Round series

vs. Boston, averaging 5.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 22.4 minutes ‌ Scored a playoff career-high 15 points (4-5 FG, 2-2 3-PT, 5-5 FT) to go along with four rebounds and ďŹ ve assists against the Celtics in Game 3 ‌ 2009: Played in one game for Miami against Atlanta in the Eastern Conference QuarterďŹ nals ‌ 2007: Appeared in one game in the Heat’s First Round series against Chicago.

PERSONAL: Son

of Ray and Stacy Wright ‌ Has a son, Devin Quentin Wright, who is named after former teammates Quentin Richardson and Dwyane Wade, who both serve as godfathers ‌ During his ďŹ rst season with the Warriors, established the D. Wright Way Foundation, which is a charitable organization dedicated to enthusing and cultivating young scholars into productive and active participants of society ... Played baseball in high school and was scouted by several major league teams before committing his time to basketball ‌ Originally committed to DePaul University before declaring for the 2004 NBA Draft ‌ Was named the top prep school player in the nation by Basketball Times following the 2003-04 season at South Kent Prep.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM G-GS MIN 04-05 Miami 3-0 27 05-06 Miami 20-2 132 06-07 Miami 66-19 1292 07-08 Miami 44-34 1104 08-09 Miami 6-0 73 09-10 Miami 72-1 1496 10-11 G.S. 82-82 3147 11-12 G.S. 61-61 1650 12-13 Phil. 79-8 1783 TOTALS 433-207 10705

FGM 3 20 162 143 8 194 485 222 237 1474

FGA 11 43 364 293 20 419 1146 526 599 3421

PCT. .273 .465 .445 .488 .400 .463 .423 .422 .396 .431

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FTM 1 15 64 57 2 61 180 80 120 580

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NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS  SEASON/TEAM 2007 Miami 2009 Miami 2010 Miami TOTALS

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‌ 2007-08: Posted averages of 7.9 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 25.1 minutes in 44 games (34 starts) with the Heat ‌ Finished with a career-best 18 rebounds to go along with 19 points at Golden State on Dec. 7 ‌ Notched four double-doubles during the season ‌ Missed 29 games due to injury ‌ 2006-07: In 66 games (19 starts) with Miami, averaged 6.0 points (44.5% FG), 4.1 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 19.6 minutes ‌Recorded ďŹ rst doubledouble of career against New Orleans on Nov. 21, ďŹ nishing with 10 points and 12 rebounds ‌ Notched six games with double-digit rebounds ‌ 2005-06: Appeared in 20 games (two starts) with the Heat, averaging 2.9 points, 1.6 rebounds and 6.6 minutes ‌ Shot 46.5 percent from the oor ‌ Played in six games with the Florida Flame of the NBA D-League, averaging 12.2 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 20.7 minutes ‌ 2004-05: In three games played with Miami in his rookie season, averaged 2.3 points, 1.0 assists, 1.33 steals and 9.0 minutes ‌ Missed 76 games due to injury.


Trail Blazers Season & Career Highs LaMARCUS ALDRIDGE

NICOLAS BATUM

2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 45 01/15/13 Portland at Denver (Twice) FG 15 01/13/13 Portland vs Oklahoma City FG Att. 29 11/03/12 Portland at Houston 3-Point FG 1 03/18/13 Portland at Philadelphia (Twice) 3-PT Att. 2 03/18/13 Portland at Philadelphia (Twice) FT 10 01/19/13 Portland vs Milwaukee FT Att. 10 04/05/13 Portland vs Houston (6 times) Off. Reb. 7 01/01/13 Portland at New York Def. Reb. 17 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State Rebounds 21 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State Assists 8 11/12/12 Portland vs Atlanta Steals 3 04/10/13 Portland vs L.A. Lakers (5 times) Turnovers 5 12/13/12 Portland vs San Antonio (4 times) Blocks 5 03/14/13 Portland vs New York (Twice) Points 33 01/13/13 Portland vs Oklahoma City

2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 47 11/16/12 Portland vs Houston FG 13 11/16/12 Portland vs Houston FG Att. 19 11/16/12 Portland vs Houston 3-Point FG 6 01/01/13 Portland at New York 3-Point Att. 12 01/01/13 Portland at New York FT 9 01/10/13 Portland vs Miami FT Att. 12 11/08/12 Portland vs L.A. Clippers Off. Reb. 4 10/31/12 Portland vs L.A. Lakers Def. Reb. 11 12/03/12 Portland at Charlotte Rebounds 13 12/03/12 Portland at Charlotte Assists 12 01/26/13 Portland vs L.A. Clippers Steals 6 11/03/12 Portland at Houston Turnovers 9 01/16/13 Portland vs Cleveland Blocks 5 12/16/12 Portland vs New Orleans (Twice) Points 35 11/16/12 Portland vs Houston

NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 54 12/12/08 FG 16 02/01/11 FG Att. 29 11/03/12 3-Point FG 2 03/09/09 3-PT Att. 4 03/09/09 FT 12 02/13/11 FT Att. 15 02/03/10 Off. Reb. 10 03/23/09 Def. Reb. 17 04/17/13 Rebounds 23 01/20/12 Assists 8 11/12/12 Steals 4 01/08/12 Turnovers 8 11/20/10 Blocks 7 12/28/10 Points 42 02/07/11

NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 47 11/16/12 FG 13 11/16/12 FG Att. 24 02/14/12 3-Point FG 9 02/04/12 3-Point Att. 15 02/04/12 FT 9 01/10/13 FT Att. 12 11/08/12 Off. Reb. 7 12/25/10 Def. Reb. 13 03/28/11 Rebounds 14 12/05/10 Assists 12 01/26/13 Steals 6 11/03/12 Turnovers 9 01/16/13 Blocks 5 12/16/12 Points 35 11/16/12

Portland vs L.A. Clippers Portland vs San Antonio Portland at Houston Portland vs L.A. Lakers Portland vs L.A. Lakers Portland at Detroit (3 times) Portland at Utah Portland vs Philadelphia (Twice) Portland vs Golden State Portland at Toronto Portland vs Atlanta Portland vs Cleveland (6 times) Portland vs Utah Portland at Denver Portland vs Chicago

Portland vs Houston (Twice) Portland vs Houston Portland vs Washington Portland vs Denver Portland vs Denver Portland vs Miami Portland vs L.A. Clippers Portland at Golden State Portland at San Antonio Portland vs L.A. Clippers Portland vs L.A. Clippers Portland at Houston Portland vs Cleveland Portland vs New Orleans (Twice) Portland vs Houston

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 47 04/23/11 Portland vs Dallas FG 12 04/16/11 Portland at Dallas (Twice) FG Att. 25 04/28/11 Portland vs Dallas 3-Point FG 1 04/26/10 Portland at Phoenix (Twice) 3-Point Att. 1 04/29/10 Portland vs Phoenix (6 times) FT 9 04/24/10 Portland vs Phoenix FT Att. 12 04/24/10 Portland vs Phoenix Off. Reb. 6 04/28/11 Portland vs Dallas Def. Reb. 10 04/21/09 Portland vs Houston Rebounds 12 04/21/09 Portland vs Houston Assists 4 04/26/10 Portland at Phoenix Steals 4 04/23/11 Portland vs Dallas Turnovers 5 04/18/10 Portland at Phoenix Blocks 5 04/29/10 Portland vs Phoenix (Twice) Points 31 04/24/10 Portland vs Phoenix

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 38 04/18/10 Portland at Phoenix FG 7 04/18/10 Portland at Phoenix FG Att. 14 04/16/11 Portland at Dallas 3-Point FG 3 04/18/10 Portland at Phoenix 3-Point Att. 8 04/18/10 Portland at Phoenix FT 2 04/21/11 Portland vs Dallas (3 times) FT Att. 2 04/21/11 Portland vs Dallas (6 times) Off. Reb. 2 04/20/10 Portland at Phoenix Def. Reb. 7 04/24/10 Portland vs Phoenix Rebounds 7 04/24/10 Portland vs Phoenix Assists 4 04/16/11 Portland at Dallas Steals 2 04/25/11 Portland at Dallas (Twice) Turnovers 2 04/21/11 Portland vs Dallas (3 times) Blocks 2 04/25/11 Portland at Dallas (Twice) Points 18 04/18/10 Portland at Phoenix

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2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS (ALSO CAREER HIGHS) Minutes 48 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State FG 8 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers (Twice) FG Att. 19 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State (Twice) 3-Point FG 1 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State (9 times) 3-Point Att. 3 04/12/13 Portland vs Oklahoma City (3 times) FT 8 04/07/13 Portland vs Dallas FT Att. 9 04/07/13 Portland vs Dallas Off. Reb. 3 04/14/13 Portland at Denver Def. Reb. 11 04/07/13 Portland vs Dallas Rebounds 13 04/07/13 Portland vs Dallas Assists 6 04/07/13 Portland vs Dallas Steals 3 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers (Twice) Turnovers 6 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers Blocks 2 12/28/12 Portland at L.A. Lakers Points 22 04/07/13 Portland vs Dallas

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2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS (ALSO CAREER HIGHS) Minutes 36 02/13/13 Portland at New Orleans FG 5 02/13/13 Portland at New Orleans FG Att. 12 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers (Twice) 3-Point FG 3 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers 3-Point Att. 7 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers FT 2 04/10/13 Portland vs L.A. Lakers (3 times) FT Att. 4 04/01/13 Portland at Utah (Twice) Off. Reb. 4 12/23/12 Portland at Sacramento Def. Reb. 9 02/24/13 Portland vs Boston Rebounds 10 02/24/13 Portland vs Boston Assists 4 04/10/13 Portland vs L.A. Lakers Steals 3 12/23/12 Portland at Sacramento Turnovers 4 04/07/13 Portland vs Dallas Blocks 2 03/29/13 Portland vs Utah Points 12 04/01/13 Portland at Utah


Trail Blazers Season & Career Highs JOEL FREELAND 2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS (ALSO CAREER HIGHS) Minutes 28 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers FG 5 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers FG Att. 10 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers 3-Point FG 0 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State (51 times) 3-Point Att. 0 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State (51 times) FT 3 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers (Twice) FT Att. 4 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers Off. Reb. 3 01/07/13 Portland vs Orlando (3 times) Def. Reb. 6 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers Rebounds 6 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers (3 times) Assists 2 02/10/13 Portland at Orlando (Twice) Steals 2 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers (3 times) Turnovers 2 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State (3 times) Blocks 2 03/27/13 Portland vs Brooklyn Points 13 04/16/13 Portland at L.A. Clippers

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2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS (ALSO CAREER HIGHS) Minutes 41 03/30/13 Portland at Golden State FG 9 03/30/13 Portland at Golden State FG Att. 17 03/30/13 Portland at Golden State 3-Point FG 1 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State (3 times) 3-PT Att. 1 04/17/13 Portland vs Golden State (7 times) FT 5 02/27/13 Portland vs Denver (Twice) FT Att. 6 11/30/12 Portland at Boston Off. Reb. 5 03/27/13 Portland vs Brooklyn Def. Reb. 8 03/30/13 Portland at Golden State Rebounds 10 03/30/13 Portland at Golden State Assists 3 04/01/13 Portland at Utah Steals 2 11/30/12 Portland at Boston (Twice) Turnovers 5 04/01/13 Portland at Utah Blocks 3 11/26/12 Portland at Detroit Points 22 03/30/13 Portland at Golden State

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2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS (ALSO CAREER HIGHS) Minutes 46 1 2/01/12 Portland at Cleveland FG 15 01/11/13 Portland at Golden State FG Att. 25 04/10/13 Portland vs L.A. Lakers (Twice) 3-Point FG 7 01/11/13 Portland at Golden State 3-Point Att. 12 01/11/13 Portland at Golden State FT 11 12/03/12 Portland at Charlotte FT Att. 14 03/29/13 Portland vs Utah (Twice) Off. Reb. 2 04/05/13 Portland vs Houston (8 times) Def. Reb. 8 01/15/13 Portland at Denver Rebounds 8 01/15/13 Portland at Denver (Twice) Assists 12 02/10/13 Portland at Orlando Steals 3 04/10/13 Portland vs L.A. Lakers (4 times) Turnovers 8 04/14/13 Portland at Denver Blocks 2 04/14/13 Portland at Denver (3 times) Points 38 04/10/13 Portland vs L.A. Lakers

ROBIN LOPEZ

2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 42 11/23/12 New Orleans at Phoenix FG 11 12/22/12 New Orleans vs Indiana FG Att. 17 11/21/12 New Orleans at Indiana 3-Point FG 0 04/17/13 New Orleans at Dallas (82 times) 3-Point Att. 0 04/17/13 New Orleans at Dallas (82 times) FT 15 11/21/12 New Orleans at Indiana FT Att. 17 11/21/12 New Orleans at Indiana Off. Reb. 8 04/12/13 New Orleans vs L.A. Clippers (Twice) Def. Reb. 8 04/14/13 New Orleans vs Dallas Rebounds 13 04/17/13 New Orleans at Dallas (3 times) Assists 3 02/08/13 New Orleans at Atlanta (4 times) Steals 2 12/22/12 New Orleans vs Indiana (6 times) Turnovers 5 04/10/13 New Orleans at Sacramento (Twice) Blocks 6 12/22/12 New Orleans vs Indiana Points 29 12/26/12 New Orleans at Orlando

ROBIN LOPEZ CONT’D NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 42 11/23/12 FG 13 02/26/10 FG Att. 18 10/29/10 3-Point Att. 1 04/03/09 FT 15 11/21/12 FT Att. 17 11/21/12 Off. Reb. 8 04/12/13 Def. Reb. 9 01/06/12 Rebounds 14 10/29/10 Assists 3 02/08/13 Steals 2 12/22/12 Turnovers 5 04/10/13 Blocks 6 12/22/12 Points 30 02/26/10

New Orleans at Phoenix Phoenix vs L.A. Clippers Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers Phoenix vs Sacramento New Orleans at Indiana New Orleans at Indiana New Orleans vs L.A. Clippers (3 times) Phoenix vs Portland (Twice) Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers New Orleans at Atlanta (5 times) New Orleans vs Indiana (13 times) New Orleans at Sacramento (Twice) New Orleans vs Indiana (Twice) Phoenix vs L.A. Clippers

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 30 05/23/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers FG 8 05/23/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers FG Att. 10 05/25/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers (Twice) 3-Point FG 0 05/29/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers (6 times) 3-Point Att. 0 05/29/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers (6 times) FT 4 05/23/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers FT Att. 4 05/23/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers Off. Reb. 4 05/25/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers Def. Reb. 4 05/17/10 Phoenix at L.A. Lakers Rebounds 6 05/25/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers (3 times) Assists 0 05/29/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers (6 times) Steals 1 05/27/10 Phoenix at L.A. Lakers (Twice) Turnovers 1 05/29/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers (3 times) Blocks 1 05/17/10 Phoenix at L.A. Lakers Points 20 05/23/10 Phoenix vs L.A. Lakers

WESLEY MATTHEWS 2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 45 12/03/12 Portland at Charlotte FG 12 11/23/12 Portland vs Minnesota FG Att. 20 03/19/13 Portland at Milwaukee 3-Point FG 7 03/19/13 Portland at Milwaukee 3-Point Att. 12 02/06/13 Portland at Dallas FT 10 11/12/12 Portland vs Atlanta FT Att. 10 11/12/12 Portland vs Atlanta Off. Reb. 3 01/11/13 Portland at Golden State Def. Reb. 6 02/12/13 Portland at Miami (Twice) Rebounds 9 01/11/13 Portland at Golden State Assists 10 12/01/12 Portland at Cleveland Steals 4 03/18/13 Portland at Philadelphia (4 times) Turnovers 5 02/04/13 Portland at Minnesota (Twice) Blocks 2 02/01/13 Portland at Utah (3 times) Points 30 11/23/12 Portland vs Minnesota NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 50 02/25/11 FG 12 11/23/12 FG Att. 24 04/23/12 3-Point FG 8 04/15/12 3-Point Att. 12 02/06/13 FT 10 11/12/12 FT Att. 12 03/28/11 Off. Reb. 3 01/11/13 Def. Reb. 9 11/18/10 Rebounds 10 11/18/10 Assists 10 12/01/12 Steals 5 01/18/12 Turnovers 6 04/14/10 Blocks 3 04/13/10 Points 36 01/07/11

Portland vs Denver Portland vs Minnesota Portland at San Antonio Portland at Sacramento Portland at Dallas Portland vs Atlanta (Twice) Portland at San Antonio Portland at Golden State (5 times) Portland vs Denver Portland vs Denver Portland at Cleveland Portland at Atlanta Utah vs Phoenix Utah at Golden State Portland at Minnesota

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Trail Blazers Season & Career Highs WESLEY MATTHEWS CONT’D EARL WATSON CONT’D NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 42 04/25/10 Utah vs Denver FG 8 04/21/11 Portland vs Dallas FG Att. 14 04/28/11 Portland vs Dallas 3-Point FG 4 04/21/11 Portland vs Dallas (Twice) 3-Point Att. 7 04/28/11 Portland vs Dallas (Twice) FT 13 04/30/10 Utah vs Denver FT Att. 15 04/30/10 Utah vs Denver Off. Reb. 2 05/04/10 Utah at L.A. Lakers (3 times) Def. Reb. 6 05/02/10 Utah at L.A. Lakers Rebounds 7 05/02/10 Utah at L.A. Lakers Assists 4 04/30/10 Utah vs Denver Steals 3 05/04/10 Utah at L.A. Lakers (4 times) Turnovers 3 04/19/11 Portland at Dallas (4 times) Blocks 1 04/19/11 Portland at Dallas (6 times) Points 25 04/21/11 Portland vs Dallas

THOMAS ROBINSON 2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS (ALSO CAREER HIGHS) Minutes 30 11/13/12 Sacramento vs Portland FG 6 03/22/13 Houston vs Cleveland (3 times) FG Att. 11 02/10/13 Sacramento vs Houston 3-Point FG 0 04/14/13 Houston vs Sacramento (70 times) 3-Point Att. 1 03/20/13 Houston vs Utah FT 4 03/03/13 Houston vs Dallas (3 times) FT Att. 10 01/26/13 Sacramento at Denver Off. Reb. 7 01/12/13 Sacramento vs Miami Def. Reb. 9 01/23/13 Sacramento vs Phoenix (Twice) Rebounds 14 01/23/13 Sacramento vs Phoenix Assists 3 01/04/13 Sacramento at Toronto (Twice) Steals 3 03/22/13 Houston vs Cleveland (Twice) Turnovers 5 03/22/13 Houston vs Cleveland Blocks 3 11/30/12 Sacramento vs Indiana Points 15 03/22/13 Houston vs Cleveland

EARL WATSON 2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 31 01/26/13 Utah vs Indiana FG 3 02/12/13 Utah vs Oklahoma City (3 times) FG Att. 7 02/13/13 Utah at Minnesota 3-Point FG 1 02/01/13 Utah vs Portland (5 times) 3-Point Att. 3 12/14/12 Utah at Phoenix FT 5 03/13/13 Utah at Oklahoma City FT Att. 6 03/13/13 Utah at Oklahoma City Off. Reb. 3 03/25/13 Utah vs Philadelphia Def. Reb. 5 01/30/13 Utah vs New Orleans Rebounds 6 01/30/13 Utah vs New Orleans Assists 9 01/19/13 Utah vs Cleveland (Twice) Steals 4 11/24/12 Utah at Sacramento Turnovers 4 03/04/13 Utah at Milwaukee (4 times) Blocks 2 01/09/13 Utah at Charlotte Points 9 03/13/13 Utah at Oklahoma City NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 47 01/10/06 FG 11 02/19/08 FG Att. 20 04/01/07 3-Point FG 6 04/01/07 3-Point Att. 15 04/01/07 FT 8 01/13/10 FT Att. 11 11/30/04 Off. Reb. 5 12/30/09 Def. Reb. 10 02/06/08 Rebounds 10 12/30/09 Assists 16 01/12/07 Steals 6 01/20/10 Turnovers 7 02/05/03 Blocks 3 12/15/03 Points 28 04/01/07

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Denver vs Phoenix Seattle vs Memphis Seattle vs Denver Seattle vs Denver (4 times) Seattle vs Denver Indiana vs Phoenix Memphis vs Sacramento Indiana vs Memphis Seattle at Sacramento Indiana vs Memphis (Twice) Seattle vs Utah Indiana at Orlando (Twice) Memphis at Utah Memphis at San Antonio Seattle vs Denver

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NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 21 04/25/04 Memphis vs San Antonio FG 5 04/25/04 Memphis vs San Antonio FG Att. 9 04/25/04 Memphis vs San Antonio 3-Point FG 1 05/01/05 Memphis vs Phoenix 3-Point Att. 3 04/29/05 Memphis vs Phoenix (Twice) FT 3 04/25/04 Memphis vs San Antonio FT Att. 3 04/25/04 Memphis vs San Antonio Off. Reb. 3 04/25/04 Memphis vs San Antonio Def. Reb. 4 04/24/05 Memphis at Phoenix Rebounds 4 04/24/05 Memphis at Phoenix (Twice) Assists 5 05/01/05 Memphis vs Phoenix Steals 2 04/25/04 Memphis vs San Antonio (Twice) Turnovers 2 04/25/04 Memphis vs San Antonio (3 times) Blocks 1 05/01/05 Memphis vs Phoenix Points 13 04/25/04 Memphis vs San Antonio

MO WILLIAMS 2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 50 11/12/12 Utah at Toronto FG 11 04/07/13 Utah at Golden State FG Att. 19 04/07/13 Utah at Golden State (4 times) 3-Point FG 6 04/01/13 Utah vs Portland 3-Point Att. 8 11/02/12 Utah at New Orleans FT 9 11/03/12 Utah at San Antonio FT Att. 9 11/03/12 Utah at San Antonio Off. Reb. 4 11/17/12 Utah at Washington Def. Reb. 4 04/15/13 Utah at Minnesota (4 times) Rebounds 6 03/18/13 Utah vs New York Assists 14 11/12/12 Utah at Toronto Steals 4 04/15/13 Utah at Minnesota (3 times) Turnovers 7 11/12/12 Utah at Toronto Blocks 2 11/16/12 Utah at Philadelphia (3 times) Points 29 11/03/12 Utah at San Antonio NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 51 12/17/07 FG 18 02/11/09 FG Att. 31 02/03/07 3-Point FG 7 03/09/12 3-Point Att. 12 01/27/09 FT 12 01/09/08 FT Att. 13 03/18/08 Off. Reb. 4 11/17/12 Def. Reb. 10 12/20/06 Rebounds 11 12/20/06 Assists 15 12/28/07 Steals 6 01/06/08 Turnovers 9 02/03/07 Blocks 4 04/02/10 Points 44 02/11/09

Milwaukee at Cleveland Cleveland vs Phoenix Milwaukee vs Miami L.A. Clippers at San Antonio (4 times) Cleveland vs Sacramento Milwaukee vs Miami Milwaukee vs Miami Utah at Washington (Twice) Milwaukee vs Miami (Twice) Milwaukee vs Miami Milwaukee at Chicago Milwaukee at Charlotte Milwaukee vs Miami Cleveland vs Atlanta Cleveland vs Phoenix

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 47 05/13/10 Cleveland at Boston (Twice) FG 9 04/26/09 Cleveland at Detroit (Twice) FG Att. 21 05/09/12 L.A. Clippers at Memphis (Twice) 3-Point FG 6 05/28/09 Cleveland vs Orlando 3-Point Att. 11 04/22/10 Cleveland at Chicago FT 8 04/19/10 Cleveland vs Chicago (Twice) FT Att. 9 05/26/09 Cleveland at Orlando Off. Reb. 3 05/24/09 Cleveland at Orlando (Twice) Def. Reb. 5 05/13/10 Cleveland at Boston (4 times) Rebounds 7 05/13/10 Cleveland at Boston (Twice) Assists 10 04/17/10 Cleveland vs Chicago Steals 2 04/29/12 L.A. Clippers at Memphis (5 times) Turnovers 5 05/13/10 Cleveland at Boston (3 times) Blocks 2 05/17/12 L.A. Clippers at San Antonio (Twice) Points 24 05/28/09 Cleveland vs Orlando (Twice)


Trail Blazers Season & Career Highs DORELL WRIGHT 2012-13 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 40 12/19/12 Philadelphia at Houston FG 8 04/17/13 Philadelphia at Indiana (3 times) FG Att. 18 12/18/12 Philadelphia at Dallas 3-Point FG 7 12/18/12 Philadelphia at Dallas 3-Point Att. 13 12/18/12 Philadelphia at Dallas FT 8 04/15/13 Philadelphia at Detroit FT Att. 9 04/15/13 Philadelphia at Detroit Off. Reb. 3 04/06/13 Philadelphia at Miami (4 times) Def. Reb. 9 03/06/13 Philadelphia at Atlanta Rebounds 9 03/06/13 Philadelphia at Atlanta (4 times) Assists 9 12/16/12 Philadelphia vs L.A. Lakers Steals 4 11/12/12 Philadelphia vs Milwaukee (Twice) Turnovers 5 11/04/12 Philadelphia at New York Blocks 3 03/18/13 Philadelphia vs Portland (3 times) Points 28 12/26/12 Philadelphia at Memphis NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 48 04/10/11 FG 14 03/23/11 FG Att. 24 01/12/11 3-Point FG 9 11/27/10 3-PT Att. 13 12/18/12 FT 10 01/24/11 FT Att. 12 04/19/06 Off. Reb. 6 02/07/08 Def. Reb. 13 12/07/07 Rebounds 18 12/07/07 Assists 9 12/16/12 Steals 6 04/10/11 Turnovers 5 11/04/12 Blocks 6 12/29/06 Points 34 03/23/11

DORELL WRIGHT CONT’D NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 31 04/23/10 Miami vs Boston FG 4 04/23/10 Miami vs Boston FG Att. 7 04/17/10 Miami at Boston 3-Point FG 2 04/23/10 Miami vs Boston 3-Point Att. 2 04/27/10 Miami at Boston (3 times) FT 5 04/23/10 Miami vs Boston FT Att. 5 04/23/10 Miami vs Boston Off. Reb. 1 04/27/10 Miami at Boston (Twice) Def. Reb. 5 04/20/10 Miami at Boston Rebounds 5 04/20/10 Miami at Boston Assists 5 04/23/10 Miami vs Boston Steals 1 04/23/10 Miami vs Boston (Twice) Turnovers 2 04/27/10 Miami at Boston (Twice) Blocks 0 04/27/10 Miami at Boston (7 times) Points 15 04/23/10 Miami vs Boston

Golden State vs Sacramento (6 times) Golden State at Houston Golden State vs L.A. Lakers Golden State at Minnesota Philadelphia at Dallas (3 times) Golden State vs San Antonio (Twice) Miami at Boston Miami at Philadelphia Miami at Golden State (Twice) Miami at Golden State Philadelphia vs L.A. Lakers (Twice) Golden State vs Sacramento Philadelphia at New York (4 times) Miami vs New Jersey Golden State at Houston

WHAT ABOUT THE ROOKIES? --- The Trail Blazers drafted two players in the offseason who will make their NBA debuts in 2013-14. See their career highs below: CJ McCollum - Lehigh Points: 42 - 11/26/10 at Kent State Rebounds: 15 - 2/16/11 vs. Colgate Assists: 9 - 1/18/12 vs. Bucknell Steals: 7 - 2/29/12 vs. Colgate Blocks: 3 - Twice

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Allen Crabbe - California Points: 33 - 11/13/12 vs. Pepperdine Rebounds: 12 - 1/8/12 at Oregon Assists: 6 - Twice Steals: 6 - 2/17/13 vs. USC Blocks: 3 - 2/9/12 at USC

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NBA Cares is the league’s global social responsibility program that builds on the NBA’s mission of addressing important social issues in the United States and around the world. Through this program, the NBA, its teams and players have donated more than $220 million to charity, completed more than 2.5 million hours of hands-on community service, and created more than 810 places where kids and families can live, learn, or play, in 25 countries and territories on five continents. NBA Cares works with internationally recognized youth-serving programs that support education, youth and family development, and health and wellness, including: KaBOOM!, Special Olympics, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, UNICEF, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and GLSEN.

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MAKE IT BETTER FOUNDATION The make it better Foundation brings the team together with its fans and community to raise funds in support of children and their families in Oregon and southwest Washington. Through dedicated efforts focused on lending valuable assists to youth in the areas of how they live, learn and play, since 2009 the Foundation has donated $464,128 back to the community.

GRANT RECIPIENTS SINCE 2009:

IRCO, Open Meadow, St. Mary’s Home for Boys, Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center, Oregon FIRST, Police Activities League, Vernonia Schools, SEI, Boys and Girls Club of Portland Metropolitan Area, Oregon’s Children Museum, Big Brothers Big Sister Columbia Northwest, Native American Youth Association, Rosemary Anderson School, Centennial School District Athletics, David Douglas School District Athletics, Reynolds School District Athletics, Parkrose School District Athletics .

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Senator Margaret Carter State of Oregon, DHS

Michael Lewellen Portland Trail Blazers

Sue Coliton Paul G. Allen Family Foundation

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in the league Chris Dudley spent many of his 16 years in Portland in r caree his g endin rs, Blaze Trail the with including 2003. Because of his work in the community, , Chris has the work with the Chris Dudley Foundation r Kennedy received many awards including the J. Walte ’s Most Citizenship Award in 1996, the USA Today artisan Caring Athlete Award in 1997, and the Non-P . Bush dent Presi by nted Award personally prese

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Sacramento, Brian Grant played 12 NBA seasons with 1994from ix Phoen and s Laker LA i, Portland, Miam Team. 2006. He was named to the All-Rookie First Kennedy In 1999, Grant was awarded the J. Walter service. unity comm orious merit Citizenship Award for ation, which In 2010, he started the Brian Grant Found to live unique empowers people with Parkinson’s disease advocate an both as s and fulfilling lives. Grant serve son’s. Parkin with living those for ation inspir an and

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2012-13 NBA Standings WESTERN CONFERENCE NORTHWEST DIVISION W Oklahoma City (1) 60 Denver (3) 57 Utah 43 Portland 33 Minnesota 31

VS. OPPONENTS HOME ROAD TOTAL Pct. 0-2 0-2 0-4 .000 1-1 0-2 1-3 .250 1-1 0-2 1-3 .250 --------2-0 2-0 4-0 1.000 4-4 2-6 6-10 .375

L 22 25 39 49 51

Pct. GB .732 -.695 3 .524 17 .402 27 .378 29

HOME 34-7 38-3 30-11 22-19 20-21

ROAD 26-15 19-22 13-28 11-30 11-30

26 35 37 54 57

.683 .573 .549 .341 .305

-9 11 28 31

32-9 28-13 29-12 20-21 17-24

24-17 19-22 16-25 8-33 8-33

.707 .683 .549 .500 .329

-2 13 17 31

35-6 32-9 29-12 24-17 16-25

23-18 24-17 16-25 17-24 11-30

28 33 40 48 48

.659 -.598 5 .506 12.5 .415 20 .415 20

31-10 26-15 27-13 23-18 21-20

23-18 23-18 14-27 11-30 13-28

1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-1

1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-4

2-0 0-2 1-1 1-1 1-1 5-5

1.000 .000 .500 .500 .500 .500

32 37 44 53 58

.605 .549 .463 .354 .293

-4.5 11.5 20.5 25.5

30-11 24-17 21-20 18-23 14-27

19-21 21-20 17-24 11-30 10-31

1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 3-2

0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 2-3

1-1 2-0 0-2 1-1 1-1 5-5

.500 1.000 .000 .500 .500 .500

.805 .537 .354 .256 .244

-22 37 45 46

37-4 25-16 22-19 15-26 12-29

29-12 19-22 7-34 6-35 8-33

0-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 0-1 0-2 1-0 2-0 0-1 1-1 2-3 5-5 5-10 15-15

.500 .500 .000 1.000 .500 .500 .500

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PACIFIC DIVISION L.A. Clippers (4) Golden State (6) L.A. Lakers (7) Sacramento Phoenix

56 47 45 28 25

1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 4-5

0-2 0-2 0-2 1-1 0-1 1-8

1-3 0-3 1-3 2-2 1-2 5-13

.250 .000 .250 .500 .333 .278

1-0 2-1 1-1 1-3 1-1 2-2 0-2 1-3 0-2 1-2 3-6 7-11 6-20 18-34

.667 .250 .500 .250 .333 .389 .346

SOUTHWEST DIVISION San Antonio (2) Memphis (5) Houston (8) Dallas New Orleans

58 56 45 41 27

24 26 37 41 55

1-1 0-2 1-1 1-1 1-0 4-5 Western Conference Totals ................................................................... 12-14

EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION New York (2) Brooklyn (4) Boston (7) Philadelphia Toronto

54 49 41 34 34

CENTRAL DIVISION Indiana (3) Chicago (5) Milwaukee (8) Detroit Cleveland

49 45 38 29 24

SOUTHEAST DIVISION Miami (1) Atlanta (6) Washington Charlotte Orlando

66 44 29 21 20

16 38 53 61 62

1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 3-2 Eastern Conference Totals ..................................................................... 10-5

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2012-13 NBA Honors Award Winners Kia NBA Most Valuable Player .......................................................................LeBron James, Miami Heat NBA Coach of the Year ..............................................................................George Karl, Denver Nuggets Kia Defensive Player of the Year ............................................................. Marc Gasol, Memphis Grizzlies Kia Sixth Man Award ....................................................................................J.R. Smith, New York Knicks Kia Most Improved Player ........................................................................... Paul George, Indiana Pacers Kia Rookie of the Year.................................................................Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers NBA Sportsmanship Award ........................................................................ Jason Kidd, New York Knicks J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award.................................................... Kenneth Faried, Denver Nuggets NBA Executive of the Year ........................................................................... Masai Ujiri, Denver Nuggets

All-Defensive

All-Rookie First Team Damian Lillard, Portland Bradley Beal, Washington Anthony Davis, New Orleans Dion Waiters, Cleveland Harrison Barnes, Golden State Second Team Andre Drummond, Detroit Jonas Valanciunas, Toronto Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Charlotte Kyle Singler, Detroit Tyler Zeller, Cleveland

First Team F LeBron James, Miami F Serge Ibaka, Okla. City C Tyson Chandler, New York C Joakim Noah, Chicago G Tony Allen, Memphis G Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers Second Team F Tim Duncan, San Antonio F Paul George, Indiana C Marc Gasol, Memphis G Avery Bradley, Boston G Mike Conley, Memphis

NBA Players of the Week

NBA Monthly Awards

Week

Month

Eastern

Nov. 4 Brandon Jennings, Mil Nov. 11 LeBron James, Mia Nov. 18 LeBron James, Mia Nov. 25 Al Horford, Atl Dec. 2 Carmelo Anthony, NY Dec. 9 Josh Smith, Atl Dec. 16 Paul George, Ind Dec. 23 LeBron James, Mia Dec. 30 Monta Ellis, Mil Jan. 6 Carmelo Anthony, NY Jan. 13 Brandon Jennings, Mil Jan. 20 Carlos Boozer, Chi Jan. 27 Kyrie Irving, Cle Feb. 3 Nate Robinson, Chi Feb. 10 LeBron James, Mia Feb. 24 LeBron James, Mia Mar. 3 Monta Ellis, Mil Mar. 10 Dwyane Wade, Mia Mar. 17 John Wall, Was Mar. 24 LeBron James, Mia Mar. 31 J.R. Smith, NY 102 Apr. 7 Carmelo Anthony, NY Apr. 14 Carmelo Anthony, NY

Western James Harden, Hou Kenneth Faried, Den Kevin Durant, OKC Tim Duncan, SA Kevin Durant, OKC Blake Griffin, LAC David Lee, GS Chris Paul, LAC Greivis Vasquez, NO James Harden, Hou Kevin Durant, OKC Kevin Durant, OKC Tony Parker, SA David Lee, GS Russell Westbrook, OKC Kobe Bryant, LAL Ty Lawson, Den Kobe Bryant, LAL LaMarcus Aldridge, Por James Harden, Hou Al Jefferson, Uta Nikola Pekovic, Min Kobe Bryant, LAL

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Western

Player Oct./Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

LeBron James, Mia LeBron James, Mia LeBron James, Mia LeBron James, Mia LeBron James, Mia Carmelo Anthony, NY

Kevin Durant, OKC Chris Paul, LAC Tony Parker, SA Kobe Bryant, LAL Kevin Durant, OKC Stephen Curry, GS

Avery Johnson, Bkn Larry Drew, Atl Tom Thibodeau, Chi Erik Spoelstra, Mia Erik Spoelstra, Mia Mike Woodson, NY

Lionel Hollins, Mem Vinny Del Negro, LAC George Karl, Den Lionel Hollins, Mem George Karl, Den Mike D'Antoni, LAL

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Cha Bradley Beal, Was Bradley Beal, Was Dion Waiters, Cle Jonas Valanciunas, Tor Chris Copeland, NY

Damian Lillard, Por Damian Lillard, Por Damian Lillard, Por Damian Lillard, Por Damian Lillard, Por Damian Lillard, Por

Coach Oct./Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Rookie Oct./Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

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2012-13 Record by Lineup, Scoring, Injuries RECORD BY STARTING LINEUP LINEUP

W

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Batum, Hickson, Freeland, Matthews, Lillard Claver, Aldridge, Hickson, Pavlovic, Lillard Batum, Aldridge, Hickson, Claver, Lillard Batum, Aldridge, Hickson, Matthews, Lillard Batum, Hickson, Leonard, Matthews, Lillard Claver, Aldridge, Hickson, Barton, Lillard Claver, Aldridge, Hickson, Matthews, Lillard Claver, Hickson, Leonard, Barton, Lillard Batum, Aldridge, Leonard, Matthews, Lillard Claver, Aldridge, Leonard, Barton, Lillard Claver, Hickson, Leonard, Matthews, Lillard TOTAL - 11 STARTING LINEUPS

1 1 4 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33

0 0 3 33 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 49

1.000 1.000 .571 .450 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .402

DOUBLE-DIGIT SCORING PLAYER LaMarcus Aldridge Luke Babbitt Will Barton Nicolas Batum Victor Claver Joel Freeland JJ Hickson Meyers Leonard Damian Lillard Wesley Matthews Eric Maynor Sasha Pavlovic Ronnie Price

10-19

20-29

30-39

40+

30 7 6 35 3 1 49 12 35 35 7 1 1

34 1 17 7 1 36 17 1 -

8 2 5 1 -

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GAMES MISSED DUE TO INJURY/ILLNESS PLAYER

GAMES

Elliot Williams Sasha Pavlovich Victor Claver Wesley Matthews Meyers Leonard Nicolas Batum LaMarcus Aldridge Ronnie Price Nolan Smith Joel Freeland JJ Hickson Jared Jeffries TOTAL

82 26 (1,11,14) 19 (1,9,9) 13 (1,6,6) 12 9 (1,8) 8 (1,1,6) 7 6 (3,3) 2 (1,1) 2 (1,1) 1 187

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INJURY/ILLNESS Left Achilles Tendon Left Quad, Left Foot, Right Quad Gastroenteritis, Right Elbow, Left Ankle Left Ankle, Left Hip, Right Ankle Right Ankle Back, Right Shoulder Back, Left Ankle, Right Ankle Right Ankle Sickness, Left Knee Right Index Finger, Gastroenteritis Left Rib, Back Right Hip


2012-13 Trail Blazers Statistics Aldridge Lillard Matthews Batum Hickson Maynor Leonard Barton Babbitt Claver N. Smith *Price Pavlovic Freeland Jeffries Portland Opponents

G 74 82 69 73 80 27 69 73 62 49 40 39 39 51 38 82 82

St Min FG 74 2790 638 82 3167 553 69 2403 352 73 2807 352 80 2323 418 0 572 70 9 1206 151 5 894 118 0 730 86 16 812 74 0 288 42 0 510 39 1 528 42 1 477 58 0 350 16 - 19855 3009 - 19855 3224

FGA 1318 1288 808 833 744 166 277 309 234 189 114 120 119 142 54 6715 6807

Pct. .484 .429 .436 .423 .562 .422 .545 .382 .368 .392 .368 .325 .353 .408 .296 .448 .474

3FG 2 185 169 165 0 19 3 9 62 25 6 10 18 0 0 673 521

3AT 14 503 425 444 2 50 7 65 178 87 28 39 60 0 2 1904 1531

Pct. .143 .368 .398 .372 .000 .380 .429 .138 .348 .287 .214 .256 .300 --.000 .353 .340

FT 282 271 149 178 182 28 72 50 10 14 20 17 1 18 12 1304 1286

FTA 348 321 187 210 268 41 89 65 13 30 28 24 6 27 23 1680 1690

Pct. .810 .844 .797 .848 .679 .683 .809 .769 .769 .467 .714 .708 .167 .667 .522 .776 .761

Off 175 42 35 97 266 4 80 36 15 31 7 13 7 40 26 874 901

Def Reb Ast PF St 495 670 192 187 62 215 257 531 172 74 156 191 174 172 90 315 412 360 139 91 562 828 88 160 48 24 28 109 36 12 175 255 33 168 11 109 145 58 56 34 122 137 29 82 14 88 119 43 75 26 20 27 35 26 7 31 44 73 61 26 49 56 32 59 24 79 119 13 67 13 34 60 14 58 6 2474 3348 1784 1518 538 2578 3479 1944 1537 691

TO Blk Pts Avg. 143 91 1560 21.1 243 19 1562 19.0 109 18 1022 14.8 190 83 1047 14.3 145 51 1018 12.7 48 1 187 6.9 49 38 377 5.5 60 9 295 4.0 22 5 244 3.9 43 12 187 3.8 29 1 110 2.8 34 3 105 2.7 14 5 103 2.6 19 11 134 2.6 17 6 44 1.2 1203 353 7995 97.5 1074 359 8255 100.7

PF DisqualiďŹ cations: Aldridge 1, Babbitt 1, Claver 1, *Price 1. Portland Totals 4, Opponent Totals 10. * Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

2012-13 Trail Blazers Miscellaneous GAMES LED TEAM IN SCORING Aldridge ............. 29 Lillard ................. 26 Batum ................ 15 Matthews ........... 11 Hickson ................ 5 Barton .................. 3 Leonard ............... 1 GAMES WITH 20 OR MORE POINTS Aldridge ............. 42 Lillard ................. 41 Batum ................ 19 Matthews ........... 18 Hickson ................ 7 Barton .................. 1 Leonard ............... 1 Maynor ................. 1

GAMES LED TEAM IN REB Hickson .............. 45 Aldridge ............. 31 Batum .................. 7 Barton .................. 4 Leonard ............... 4 Claver .................. 1 Freeland............... 1 Matthews ............. 1

GAMES LED TEAM IN ASSISTS Lillard ................. 50 Batum ................ 24 Aldridge ............... 6 Maynor ................. 5 Matthews ............. 3 Barton .................. 2 Hickson ................ 1 *Price ................... 1

GAMES WITH 10 OR MORE REB Hickson .............. 47 Aldridge ............. 38 Batum .................. 7 Barton .................. 1 Claver .................. 1 Leonard ............... 1

GAMES WITH 10 OR MORE ASSISTS Lillard ................... 9 Batum .................. 4 Maynor ................. 2 Matthews ............. 1

GAMES WITH 30 OR MORE POINTS Aldridge ............... 8 Lillard ................... 5 Batum .................. 2 Matthews ............. 1

GAMES LED IN MINUTES PLAYED Batum ................ 32 Lillard ................. 25 Aldridge ............. 16 Matthews ............. 4 Barton .................. 2 Claver .................. 1 Leonard ............... 1 Pavlovic ............... 1

DOUBLEDOUBLES Hickson .............. 40 Aldridge ............. 38 Lillard ................... 8 Batum .................. 4 Barton .................. 1 Leonard ............... 1 Matthews ............. 1 GAMES LED TEAM IN STEALS Matthews ........... 29 Batum ................ 28 Lillard ................. 22 Aldridge ............. 15 Hickson .............. 13 Barton .................. 9 Claver .................. 9 *Price ................... 7 Pavlovic ............... 6 Freeland............... 4 Leonard ............... 4 N. Smith ............... 3 Babbitt ................. 2 Jeffries ................. 2 Maynor ................. 2

DISQUALIFICATIONS

Aldridge ............... 1 Babbitt ................. 1 Claver .................. 1 *Price ................... 1 GAMES ON INACTIVE LIST Williams ............. 81 Pavlovic ............. 21 Claver ................ 19 Matthews ........... 10 Batum .................. 9 Leonard ............... 9 N. Smith ............... 8 *Price ................... 5 Aldridge ............... 4 Barton .................. 4 Freeland............... 3 Hickson ................ 1 Jeffries ................. 1 Maynor ................. 1

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2012-13 Home, Road Statistics HOME GAMES Aldridge Lillard Batum Matthews Hickson Maynor Leonard Babbitt Barton Claver *Price Pavlovic N. Smith Freeland Jeffries Portland Opponents

G 38 41 34 32 40 15 36 28 35 25 20 23 15 21 17 41 41

St 38 41 34 32 40 0 3 0 3 12 0 1 0 1 0 -

Min FG FGA 1439 327 655 1590 272 639 1327 187 426 1097 157 369 1187 230 391 324 33 83 602 79 142 353 42 116 451 58 158 464 42 115 268 23 63 324 29 76 129 17 48 189 19 54 145 7 23 9890 1522 3358 9890 1559 3369

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. FT FTA Pct. .499 1 5 .200 164 195 .841 .426 87 253 .344 142 172 .826 .439 88 221 .398 100 118 .847 .425 70 184 .380 79 95 .832 .588 0 1 .000 101 148 .682 .398 6 24 .250 14 20 .700 .556 2 5 .400 37 45 .822 .362 29 87 .333 8 10 .800 .367 2 29 .069 25 31 .806 .365 11 48 .229 7 14 .500 .365 6 19 .316 15 20 .750 .382 10 31 .323 1 5 .200 .354 3 13 .231 5 10 .500 .352 0 0 --6 10 .600 .304 0 2 .000 3 9 .333 .453 315 922 .342 707 902 .784 .463 235 755 .311 699 915 .764

Off 84 20 52 15 140 2 48 6 19 13 6 7 2 18 11 443 451

Def Reb Ast 253 337 93 95 115 266 158 210 185 66 81 78 313 453 45 14 16 66 88 136 17 54 60 15 55 74 31 48 61 27 18 24 36 30 37 26 10 12 13 35 53 5 20 31 3 1257 1700 906 1274 1725 922

PF 98 83 78 89 79 25 95 36 30 42 33 31 9 30 22 780 811

St 28 40 44 40 25 8 7 8 14 14 17 15 4 2 5 271 349

TO Blk Pts Avg. 73 51 819 21.6 108 7 773 18.9 106 46 562 16.5 52 7 463 14.5 72 28 561 14.0 28 0 86 5.7 30 13 197 5.5 13 2 121 4.3 25 4 143 4.1 24 7 102 4.1 11 3 67 3.4 9 3 69 3.0 12 1 42 2.8 6 6 44 2.1 8 2 17 1.0 593 180 4066 99.2 552 149 4052 98.8

PF 89 89 83 61 81 11 73 26 46 33 37 17 28 28 36 738 726

St TO Blk Pts 34 70 40 741 34 135 12 789 50 57 11 559 47 84 37 485 23 73 23 457 4 20 1 101 4 19 25 180 20 35 5 152 6 9 3 123 12 19 5 85 11 13 5 90 3 17 0 68 9 5 2 34 9 23 0 38 1 9 4 27 267 610 173 3929 342 522 210 4203

PF disqualifications: Aldridge 1, Babbitt 1, Price 1. Portland Totals 3, Opponent Totals 8. * Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

ROAD GAMES Aldridge Lillard Matthews Batum Hickson Maynor Leonard Barton Babbitt Claver Freeland N. Smith Pavlovic *Price Jeffries Portland Opponents

G 36 41 37 39 40 12 33 38 34 24 30 25 16 19 21 41 41

St 36 41 37 39 40 0 6 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 -

Min FG FGA 1351 311 663 1577 281 649 1306 195 439 1479 165 407 1135 188 353 248 37 83 604 72 135 443 60 151 377 44 118 348 32 74 288 39 88 158 25 66 204 13 43 242 16 57 204 9 31 9965 1487 3357 9965 1665 3438

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. FT FTA .469 1 9 .111 118 153 .433 98 250 .392 129 149 .444 99 241 .411 70 92 .405 77 223 .345 78 92 .533 0 1 .000 81 120 .446 13 26 .500 14 21 .533 1 2 .500 35 44 .397 7 36 .194 25 34 .373 33 91 .363 2 3 .432 14 39 .359 7 16 .443 0 0 --- 12 17 .379 3 15 .200 15 18 .302 8 29 .276 0 1 .281 4 20 .200 2 4 .290 0 0 --9 14 .443 358 982 .365 597 778 .484 286 776 .369 587 775

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Pct. .771 .866 .761 .848 .675 .667 .795 .735 .667 .438 .706 .833 .000 .500 .643 .767 .757

Off Def Reb 91 242 333 22 120 142 20 90 110 45 157 202 126 249 375 2 10 12 32 87 119 17 54 71 9 68 77 18 40 58 22 44 66 5 10 15 0 19 19 7 13 20 15 14 29 431 1217 1648 450 1304 1754

Ast 99 265 96 175 43 43 16 27 14 16 8 22 6 37 11 878 1022

Avg. 20.6 19.2 15.1 12.4 11.4 8.4 5.5 4.0 3.6 3.5 3.0 2.7 2.1 2.0 1.3 95.8 102.5


2012-13 Trail Blazers Per Game Averages Lillard ....................38.6 Batum ...................38.5 Aldridge ................37.7 Matthews ..............34.8 Hickson .................29.0 Maynor ..................21.2 Leonard ................17.5 Claver ...................16.6 Pavlovic.................13.5 *Price ....................13.1 Barton ...................12.2 Babbitt ..................11.8 Freeland..................9.4 Jeffries ....................9.2 N. Smith ..................7.2 Portland .............242.1 Opponents.........242.1

FIELD GOALS Aldridge ..................8.6 Lillard ......................6.7 Hickson ...................5.2 Matthews ................5.1 Batum .....................4.8 Maynor ....................2.6 Leonard ..................2.2 Barton .....................1.6 Claver .....................1.5 Babbitt ....................1.4 Freeland..................1.1 Pavlovic...................1.1 N. Smith ..................1.1 *Price ......................1.0 Jeffries ....................0.4 Portland ...............36.7 Opponents...........39.3

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Hickson ............... .562 Leonard .............. .545 Aldridge .............. .484 Matthews ............ .436 Lillard .................. .429 Batum ................. .423 Maynor ................ .422 Freeland.............. .408 Claver ................. .392 Barton ................. .382 N. Smith .............. .368 Babbitt ................ .368 Pavlovic............... .353 *Price .................. .325 Jeffries ................ .296 Portland .............. .448 Opponents.......... .474

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

Aldridge ................21.1 Lillard ....................19.0 Matthews ..............14.8 Batum ...................14.3 Hickson .................12.7 Maynor ....................6.9 Leonard ..................5.5 Barton .....................4.0 Babbitt ....................3.9 Claver .....................3.8 N. Smith ..................2.8 *Price ......................2.7 Pavlovic...................2.6 Freeland..................2.6 Jeffries ....................1.2 Portland ...............97.5 Opponents.........100.7

Hickson .................10.4 Aldridge ..................9.1 Batum .....................5.6 Leonard ..................3.7 Lillard ......................3.1 Matthews ................2.8 Claver .....................2.4 Freeland..................2.3 Babbitt ....................2.2 Barton .....................2.0 Jeffries ....................1.6 Pavlovic...................1.4 *Price ......................1.1 Maynor ....................1.0 N. Smith ..................0.7 Portland ...............40.8 Opponents...........42.4

Lillard ......................6.5 Batum .....................4.9 Maynor ....................4.0 Aldridge ..................2.6 Matthews ................2.5 *Price ......................1.9 Hickson ...................1.1 Claver .....................0.9 N. Smith ..................0.9 Pavlovic...................0.8 Barton .....................0.8 Leonard ..................0.5 Babbitt ....................0.5 Jeffries ....................0.4 Freeland..................0.3 Portland ...............21.8 Opponents...........23.7

3-POINT FIELD GOALS

FREE THROWS

BLOCKED SHOTS

POINTS

Matthews ................2.4 Batum .....................2.3 Lillard ......................2.3 Babbitt ....................1.0 Maynor ....................0.7 Claver .....................0.5 Pavlovic...................0.5 *Price ......................0.3 N. Smith ..................0.2 Barton .....................0.1 Leonard ..................0.0 Aldridge ..................0.0 Hickson ...................0.0 Jeffries ....................0.0 Freeland..................0.0 Portland .................8.2 Opponents.............6.4

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE Leonard .............. .429 Matthews ............ .398 Maynor ................ .380 Batum ................. .372 Lillard .................. .368 Babbitt ................ .348 Pavlovic............... .300 Claver ................. .287 *Price .................. .256 N. Smith .............. .214 Aldridge .............. .143 Barton ................. .138 Hickson ............... .000 Jeffries ................ .000 Freeland............... - - Portland .............. .353 Opponents.......... .340

Aldridge ..................3.8 Lillard ......................3.3 Batum .....................2.4 Hickson ...................2.3 Matthews ................2.2 Leonard ..................1.0 Maynor ....................1.0 Barton .....................0.7 N. Smith ..................0.5 *Price ......................0.4 Freeland..................0.4 Jeffries ....................0.3 Claver .....................0.3 Babbitt ....................0.2 Pavlovic...................0.0 Portland ...............15.9 Opponents...........15.7

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Batum ................. .848 Lillard .................. .844 Aldridge .............. .810 Leonard .............. .809 Matthews ............ .797 Babbitt ................ .769 Barton ................. .769 N. Smith .............. .714 *Price .................. .708 Maynor ................ .683 Hickson ............... .679 Freeland.............. .667 Jeffries ................ .522 Claver ................. .467 Pavlovic............... .167 Portland .............. .776 Opponents.......... .761

Aldridge ................1.23 Batum ...................1.14 Hickson .................0.64 Leonard ................0.55 Matthews ..............0.26 Claver ...................0.24 Lillard ....................0.23 Freeland................0.22 Jeffries ..................0.16 Pavlovic.................0.13 Barton ...................0.12 Babbitt ..................0.08 *Price ....................0.08 Maynor ..................0.04 N. Smith ................0.03 Portland ...............4.30 Opponents...........4.38

STEALS Matthews ..............1.30 Batum ...................1.25 Lillard ....................0.90 Aldridge ................0.84 *Price ....................0.67 Pavlovic.................0.62 Hickson .................0.60 Claver ...................0.53 Barton ...................0.47 Maynor ..................0.44 Freeland................0.25 Babbitt ..................0.23 N. Smith ................0.17 Leonard ................0.16 Jeffries ..................0.16 Portland ...............6.56 Opponents...........8.43

TURNOVERS Lillard ......................3.0 Batum .....................2.6 Aldridge ..................1.9 Hickson ...................1.8 Maynor ....................1.8 Matthews ................1.6 Claver .....................0.9 *Price ......................0.9 Barton .....................0.8 N. Smith ..................0.7 Leonard ..................0.7 Jeffries ....................0.4 Freeland..................0.4 Pavlovic...................0.4 Babbitt ....................0.4 Portland ...............14.7 Opponents...........13.1

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

PERSONAL FOULS

Hickson ...................3.3 Aldridge ..................2.4 Batum .....................1.3 Leonard ..................1.2 Freeland..................0.8 Jeffries ....................0.7 Claver .....................0.6 Lillard ......................0.5 Matthews ................0.5 Barton .....................0.5 *Price ......................0.3 Babbitt ....................0.2 Pavlovic...................0.2 N. Smith ..................0.2 Maynor ....................0.1 Portland ...............10.7 Opponents...........11.0

Aldridge ..................2.5 Matthews ................2.5 Leonard ..................2.4 Lillard ......................2.1 Hickson ...................2.0 Batum .....................1.9 *Price ......................1.6 Claver .....................1.5 Jeffries ....................1.5 Pavlovic...................1.5 Maynor ....................1.3 Babbitt ....................1.3 Freeland..................1.3 Barton .....................0.8 N. Smith ..................0.7 Portland ...............18.5 Opponents...........18.7

* Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

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2012-13 Game-by-Game Results SEASON RECORD Home Road Total 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 2-1 1-0 1-2 2-2

Date Oct. 31 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 5

Opponent L.A. Lakers @Oklahoma City @Houston @Dallas

W/L, Score W 116-106 L 92-106 W 95-85 (OT) L 91-114

Nov. 8

L.A. Clippers

L 90-103

1-1

1-2

2-3

Nov. 10 Nov. 12

San Antonio Atlanta

L 109-112 L 87-95

1-2 1-3

1-2 1-2

2-4 2-5

Nov. 13 Nov. 16

@Sacramento Houston

W 103-86 1-3 W 119-117(OT) 2-3

2-2 2-2

3-5 4-5

Nov. 18

Chicago

W102-94

3-3

2-2

5-5

Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 25 Nov. 26

@Phoenix Minnesota @Brooklyn @Detroit

L 87-114 W 103-95 L 85-98 L 101-108

3-3 4-3 4-3 4-3

2-3 2-3 2-4 2-5

5-6 6-6 6-7 6-8

Nov. 28

@Washington

L 82-84

4-3

2-6

6-9

Nov. 30 Dec. 1 Dec. 3

@Boston @Cleveland @Charlotte

L 78-96 4-3 W 118-117 (2OT) 4-3 W 118-112 (OT) 4-3

2-7 3-7 4-7

6-10 7-10 8-10

Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 10 Dec. 13 Dec. 16 Dec. 20 Dec. 22 Dec. 23

@Indiana Sacramento Toronto San Antonio New Orleans Denver Phoenix @Sacramento

L 92-99 L 80-99 W 92-74 W 98-90 W 95-94 W 101-93 W 96-93 L 96-108

4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 9-4

4-8 4-8 4-8 4-8 4-8 4-8 4-8 4-9

8-11 8-12 9-12 10-12 11-12 12-12 13-12 13-13

Dec. 26 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Jan. 1

Sacramento @L.A. Lakers Philadelphia @New York

W 109-91 L 87-104 W 89-85 W105-100

10-4 10-4 11-4 11-4

4-9 4-10 4-10 5-10

14-13 14-14 15-14 16-14

Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 5

@Toronto @Memphis @Minnesota

L 79-102 W 86-84 W102-97

11-4 11-4 11-4

5-11 6-11 7-11

16-15 17-15 18-15

Jan. 7

Orlando

W125-119 (OT) 12-4

7-11

19-15

Jan. 10 Jan. 11 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 23

Miami @Golden State Oklahoma City @Denver Cleveland Milwaukee Washington Indiana

W 92-90 L 97-103 L 83- 87 L111-115 (OT) L 88-93 L104-110 L 95-98 W100-80

7-11 7-12 7-12 7-13 7-13 7-13 7-13 7-13

20-15 20-16 20-17 20-18 20-19 20-20 20-21 21-21

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13-4 13-4 13-5 13-5 13-6 13-7 13-8 14-8

TRAIL BLAZERS LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists Batum-26 Hickson-10 Lillard-11 Aldridge-22 Aldridge-15 Lillard-7 Aldridge-27 Hickson-12 Lillard-9 Matthews-20 Hickson-11 Lillard-5 Aldridge-20 Batum-23 Batum-9 Batum-5 Aldridge-5 Batum-33 Hickson-14 Aldridge-7 Batum-19 Hickson-18 Aldridge-8 Hickson-19 Lillard-22 Hickson-13 Lillard-9 Batum-35 Leonard-8 Matthews-5 Lillard-5 Batum-21 Aldridge-13 Price-5 Matthews-21 Lillard-24 Aldridge-7 Batum-4 Matthews-30 Hickson-13 Lillard-8 Matthews-20 Hickson-10 Lillard-7 Aldridge-32 Batum-10 Lillard-7 Aldridge-10 Batum-20 Hickson-19 Lillard-5 Lillard-20 Aldridge-23 Aldridge-8 Barton-4 Lillard-24 Aldridge-9 Lillard-11 Aldridge-25 Batum-13 Lillard-9 Aldridge-13 Lillard-23 Hickson-12 Lillard-6 Aldridge-17 Hickson-15 Lillard-9 Aldridge-30 Aldridge-12 Lillard-6 Lillard-29 Hickson-12 Batum-8 Hickson-24 Hickson-16 Batum-10 Batum-22 Hickson-18 Lillard-10 Lillard-25 Hickson-15 Batum-8 Aldridge-22 Hickson-11 Batum-8 Aldridge-11 Aldridge-28 Hickson-14 Lillard-11 Aldridge-26 Hickson-8 Batum-8 Batum-22 Hickson-13 Batum-8 Batum-26 Aldridge-14 Batum-6 Lillard-6 Lillard-18 Aldridge-10 Lillard-7 Matthews-21 Aldridge-12 Lillard-8 Batum-26 Hickson-11 Lillard-6 Matthews-26 Aldridge-6 Aldridge-27 Hickson-15 Batum-10 Lillard-10 Batum-28 Aldridge-15 Lillard-8 Lillard-37 Hickson-12 Aldridge-5 Aldridge-33 Aldridge-11 Lillard-9 Aldridge-30 Hickson-13 Batum-7 Batum-23 Batum-12 Lillard-7 Lillard-26 Aldridge-14 Lillard-10 Lillard-18 Aldridge-12 Batum-11 Aldridge-27 Hickson-13 Batum-8 Lillard-8


SEASON RECORD Home Road Total 15-8 7-13 22-21

Date Jan. 26

Opponent L.A. Clippers

W/L, Score W 101-100

Jan. 27

@L.A. Clippers

L 83-96

15-8

7-14

22-22

Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 2

Dallas @Utah Utah

W 106-104 L 77-86 W 105-99

16-8 16-8 17-8

7-14 7-15 7-15

23-22 23-23 24-23

Feb. 4 Feb. 6

@Minnesota @Dallas

W 100-98 L 99-105

17-8 17-8

8-15 8-16

25-23 25-24

Feb. 8 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 22

@Houston @Orlando @Miami @New Orleans Phoenix @L.A. Lakers

L 103-118 L 104-110 L 104-117 L 63-99 L 98-102 L 107-111

17-8 17-8 17-8 17-8 17-9 17-9

8-17 8-18 8-19 8-20 8-20 8-21

25-25 25-26 25-27 25-28 25-29 25-30

Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 4 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 10 Mar. 12

Boston Denver Minnesota Charlotte @Memphis @San Antonio @New Orleans Memphis

W 92-86 L 109-111 W 109-94 W 122-105 L 85-91 W 136-106 L 96-98 L 97-102

18-9 18-10 19-10 20-10 20-10 20-10 20-10 20-11

8-21 8-21 8-21 8-21 8-22 9-22 9-23 9-23

26-30 26-31 27-31 28-31 28-32 29-32 29-33 29-34

Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 24 Mar. 27 Mar. 29 Mar. 30

New York Detroit @Philadelphia @Milwaukee @Chicago @Atlanta @Oklahoma City Brooklyn Utah @Golden State

W 105-90 W 112-101 L 100-101 L 95-102 W 99-89 W 104-93 L 83-103 L 93-111 L 95-105 L 98-125

21-11 22-11 22-11 22-11 22-11 22-11 22-11 22-12 22-13 22-13

9-23 9-23 9-24 9-25 10-25 11-25 11-26 11-26 11-26 11-27

30-34 31-34 31-35 31-36 32-36 33-36 33-37 33-38 33-39 33-40

Apr. 1

@Utah

L 102-112

22-13 11-28 33-41

Apr. 3

Memphis

L 76-94

22-14 11-28 33-42

Apr. 5 Apr. 7

Houston Dallas

L 98-116 L 91-96

22-15 11-28 33-43 22-16 11-28 33-44

Apr. 10 Apr. 12

L.A. Lakers Oklahoma City

L 106-113 L 90-106

22-17 11-28 33-45 22-18 11-28 33-46

Apr. 14

@Denver

L 109-118

22-18 11-29 33-47

Apr. 16

@L.A. Clippers

L 77-93

22-18 11-30 33-48

Apr. 17

Golden State

L 88-99

22-19 11-30 33-49

TRAIL BLAZERS LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists Batum-20 Batum-10 Batum-12 Lillard-20 Aldridge-21 Aldridge-11 Batum-8 Matthews-8 Aldridge-29 Hickson-15 Lillard-8 Lillard-26 Aldridge-10 Lillard-5 Lillard-23 Hickson-11 Batum-9 Aldridge-11 Aldridge-25 Aldridge-13 Lillard-6 Aldridge-27 Hickson-10 Batum-6 Aldridge-10 Lillard-6 Aldridge-31 Aldridge-11 Lillard-6 Aldridge-25 Batum-8 Lillard-12 Lillard-33 Matthews-6 Batum-4 Lillard-12 Claver-6 Batum-6 Hickson-25 Hickson-16 Lillard-7 Batum-22 Hickson-11 Matthews-8 Hickson-22 Matthews-24 Hickson-11 Lillard-6 Lillard-26 Hickson-14 Batum-9 Lillard-24 Hickson-16 Maynor-12 Aldridge-23 Aldridge-14 Lillard-7 Lillard-20 Hickson-13 Aldridge-6 Lillard-35 Hickson-11 Lillard-9 Matthews-24 Hickson-14 Lillard-8 Aldridge-28 Batum-10 Lillard-7 Aldridge-10 Lillard-26 Hickson-16 Lillard-10 Aldridge-31 Hickson-15 Lillard-7 Aldridge-32 Aldridge-14 Lillard-7 Matthews-28 Aldridge-15 Lillard-11 Aldridge-28 Hickson-21 Lillard-7 Matthews-28 Aldridge-13 Batum-7 Lillard-19 Aldridge-12 Batum-8 Aldridge-24 Leonard-9 Batum-6 Lillard-24 Hickson-14 Lillard-7 Leonard-22 Leonard-10 Batum-9 Hickson-10 Matthews-23 Leonard-7 Maynor-8 Hickson-7 Hickson-17 Hickson-9 Maynor-10 Lillard-17 Aldridge-32 Aldridge-13 Lillard-7 Barton-22 Barton-13 Maynor-6 Barton-6 Lillard-38 Aldridge-16 Lillard-9 Barton-18 Hickson-7 Lillard-8 Barton-7 Lillard-30 Hickson-9 Hickson-6 Barton-9 Lillard-6 Barton-17 Freeland-6 Lillard-8 Hickson-6 Barton-6 Aldridge-30 Aldridge-21 Maynor-6

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2012-13 Quarter-by-Quarter, Attendance 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.

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Date Oct. 31 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 5 Nov. 8 Nov. 10 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 28 Nov. 30 Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 10 Dec. 13 Dec. 16 Dec. 20 Dec. 22 Dec. 23 Dec. 26 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Jan. 1 Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 10 Jan. 11 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 19

Opponent L.A. Lakers @Oklahoma City @Houston @Dallas L.A. Clippers San Antonio Atlanta @Sacramento Houston Chicago @Phoenix Minnesota @Brooklyn @Detroit @Washington @Boston @Cleveland @Charlotte @Indiana Sacramento Toronto San Antonio New Orleans Denver Phoenix @Sacramento Sacramento @L.A. Lakers Philadelphia @New York @Toronto @Memphis @Minnesota Orlando Miami @Golden State Oklahoma City @Denver Cleveland Milwaukee Washington Indiana L.A. Clippers @L.A. Clippers Dallas @Utah Utah @Minnesota @Dallas @Houston @Orlando @Miami @New Orleans Phoenix

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1 30-26 21-26 17-19 27-31 22-29 26-26 22-28 25-18 22-27 23-30 25-29 28-33 27-25 19-28 27-23 18-25 21-28 26-34 21-20 18-30 18-19 23-21 25-19 25-14 23-25 27-21 31-26 25-34 30-23 30-23 17-24 24-25 23-21 25-24 18-21 19-28 19-22 35-33 21-26 19-30 31-34 20-17 25-22 27-33 28-32 19-26 24-23 25-18 33-27 28-34 26-22 33-29 14-19 23-36

2 32-31 21-23 20-26 28-26 17-31 26-17 25-28 21-24 29-31 28-13 19-28 22-22 23-21 30-26 16-20 15-31 26-20 25-20 29-28 23-13 26-21 26-24 29-24 25-26 21-28 15-28 31-18 23-28 19-21 28-24 22-31 23-25 30-22 23-33 21-31 16-22 24-20 22-21 15-27 26-32 20-16 24-15 26-23 23-22 14-27 17-25 19-23 24-20 28-30 25-28 23-33 26-29 12-19 24-27

3 30-19 24-25 27-18 24-26 32-17 27-30 20-19 28-16 27-21 22-25 27-32 31-23 20-24 24-28 16-25 26-19 23-26 19-21 14-31 24-34 20-19 27-24 21-20 19-21 31-22 29-31 29-23 18-26 21-23 20-24 22-23 25-22 26-18 37-28 24-16 28-28 16-26 19-27 29-21 31-22 13-19 26-27 31-31 12-23 32-21 25-22 29-21 28-20 21-23 27-33 23-24 23-28 18-29 26-21

4 OT 24-30 26-32 17-18 14-4 12-31 19-26 30-39 20-20 29-28 33-32 8-6 29-26 16-25 22-17 15-28 28-26 23-16 19-21 21-17 27-26 (2) 32-27 16-10 28-20 15-22 28-15 22-21 20-31 32-32 21-18 25-28 18-24 21-16 19-18 27-29 18-24 14-12 23-36 23-23 17-11 29-22 34-25 24-19 23-18 12-16 23-19 28-26 31-29 30-21 19-24 21-18 32-24 16-13 33-32 23-40 17-25 23-23 32-31 22-31 19-32 25-18 -

Final W/L 116-106 W 92-106 L 95-85 W 91-114 L 90-103 L 109-112 L 87-95 L 103-86 W 119-117 W 102-94 W 87-114 L 103-95 W 85-98 L 101-108 L 82-84 L 78-96 L 118-117 W 118-112 W 92-99 L 80-99 L 92-74 W 98-90 W 95-94 W 101-93 W 96-93 W 96-108 L 109-91 W 87-104 L 89-85 W 105-100 W 79-102 L 86-84 W 102-97 W 125-119 W 92-90 W 97-103 L 83-87 L 111-115 L 88-93 L 104-110 L 95-98 L 100-80 W 101-100 W 83-96 L 106-104 W 77-86 L 105-99 W 100-98 W 99-105 L 103-118 L 104-110 L 104-117 L 63-99 L 98-102 L

Att. 20,401 18,203 18,140 19,521 20,425 20,447 19,095 10,153 20,382 20,242 14,263 20,555 16,542 10,212 14,114 18,624 16,624 12,640 11,569 19,454 16,863 19,118 18,772 19,982 19,746 13,244 20,545 18,997 20,569 19,033 18,117 15,823 16,220 19,560 20,536 19,596 20,423 15,521 18,880 20,487 17,336 18,934 20,672 19,060 18,888 19,512 20,376 13,446 19,746 15,655 17,966 20,032 11,656 20,499


55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82.

Date Opponent Feb. 22 @L.A. Lakers Feb. 24 Boston Feb. 27 Denver March 2 Minnesota March 4 Charlotte March 6 @Memphis March 8 @San Antonio March 10 @New Orleans March 12 Memphis March 14 New York March 16 Detroit March 18 @Philadelphia March 19 @Milwaukee March 21 @Chicago March 22 @Atlanta March 24 @Oklahoma City March 27 Brooklyn March 29 Utah March 30 @Golden State April 1 @Utah April 3 Memphis April 5 Houston April 7 Dallas April 10 L.A. Lakers April 12 Oklahoma City April 14 @Denver April 16 @L.A. Clippers April 17 Golden State

1 28-30 27-21 25-31 31-19 31-25 26-18 27-29 22-22 21-21 22-30 24-30 28-32 23-27 20-21 21-24 19-24 17-37 30-22 31-36 19-29 21-32 31-35 18-29 41-33 26-30 21-37 24-28 17-24

2 27-23 22-21 25-27 20-25 37-30 24-20 30-28 22-31 19-27 29-18 28-27 22-26 8-31 32-16 24-21 28-21 24-27 22-20 24-29 30-27 25-25 25-28 14-27 28-28 28-25 29-30 13-26 19-26

3 27-27 22-25 32-21 32-27 23-24 17-27 33-25 25-23 18-20 27-14 25-18 22-20 26-19 28-16 28-31 21-30 28-31 23-32 23-31 25-31 18-20 21-29 29-25 21-27 7-26 28-22 20-28 27-16

4 25-31 21-19 27-32 26-23 31-26 18-26 46-24 27-22 39-34 27-28 35-26 28-23 38-25 19-36 31-17 15-28 24-16 20-31 20-29 28-25 12-17 21-24 30-15 16-25 29-25 31-29 20-11 25-33

OT -

Final 107-111 92-86 109-111 109-94 122-105 85-91 136-106 96-98 97-102 105-90 112-101 100-101 95-102 99-89 104-93 83-103 93-111 95-105 98-125 102-112 76-94 98-116 91-96 106-113 90-106 109-118 77-93 88-99

W/L L W L W W L W L L W W L L W W L L L L L L L L L L L L L

Att. 18,997 20,484 20,077 20,390 18,330 16,214 18,581 15,036 18,754 20,636 20,161 15,623 14,397 21,946 16,348 18,203 20,127 19,527 19,596 18,336 19,275 20,400 20,228 20,598 20,577 19,155 19,183 20,261

Trail Blazers Record When . . . Leading or tied after one quarter ............17-14 Behind after one quarter.........................16-35

Shoot 50% or better..................................12-3 Shoot under 45% ......................................8-37

Leading or tied at halftime ......................21-14 Behind at halftime ...................................12-35

Opponents shoot 50% or better................4-25 Opponents shoot under 45% ....................19-9

Leading or tied after three quarters ..........27-8 Behind after three quarters.......................6-41

Games decided by 1 point ..........................3-1 Games decided by 2 points ........................5-3 Games decided by 3 points ........................1-2 Games decided by 9 points or fewer ......20-25 Games decided by 10 pts. or greater......13-24 Games decided by 20 pts. or greater..........2-6 Games decided by 30 pts. or greater..........1-1

Scored 100 or more points .....................23-13 Held under 100 points ............................10-36 Opponents score 100 or more points ......11-31 Opponents held under 100 points ..........22-18

Opponents with +.500 records ...............18-30 Opponents with -.500 records ................15-19

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2012-13 Season, Opponent Highs & Lows TRAIL BLAZERS HIGHS Field Goals Field Goal Att. Field Goal Pct.

OPPONENT HIGHS

53 at San Antonio (of 86), March 8 Field Goals 48 94 (3) last at L.A. Lakers (made 46), Feb. 22 Field Goal Att. 99 98 .616 at San Antonio (53-86), March 8 Field Goal Pct. .615 3-Point FGs 16 at Minnesota (of 24), Jan. 5 13 3-Point FGAs 43 at Golden State (made 15), Jan. 11 3-Point FGs 12 3-Point FG Pct. .667 at Minnesota (16-24), Jan. 5 3-Point FGAs 37 Free Throws 28 (2) last vs. Memphis (of 29), March 12 3-Point FG Pct. .600 Free Throw Att. 37 at Boston (made 27), Nov. 30 Free Throws 28 Free Throw Pct. 1.000 at New Orleans (13-13), Feb. 13 Free Throw Att. 37 Free Throw Pct. 1.000 Off. Rebounds 23 at Dallas, Nov. 5 Def. Rebounds 43 at Houston (OT), Nov. 3 Off. Rebounds 21 39 (2) last vs. Utah, Feb. 2 Def. Rebounds 42 Total Rebounds 55 vs. Minnesota, March 2 Total Rebounds 59 Assists 34 vs. Orlando (OT), Jan. 7 Assists 35 32 vs. Minnesota, March 2 34 Personal Fouls 30 vs. Minnesota, March 2 Personal Fouls 29 Disqualifications 1 (4) last at Denver, April 14 29 Steals 14 vs. San Antonio, Nov. 10 Disqualifications 1 Turnovers 28 at Minnesota, Feb. 4 Steals 16 Blocked Shots 9 at Cleveland (2OT), Dec. 1 Turnovers 25 9 (3) last vs. Charlotte, March 4 Blocked Shots 10 Points 136 at San Antonio, March 8 125 Biggest Margin 30 at San Antonio (136-106), March 8 Points

at Dallas (of 78), Nov. 5 (2) last at Denver (OT) (made 47), Jan. 15 Denver (made 38), Dec. 20 at Dallas (48-78), Nov. 5 (2) last at Charlotte (OT) (of 27), Dec. 3 (2) last vs. Houston (of 28), April 5 at New York (made 10), Jan. 1 at Detroit (9-15), Nov. 26 Minnesota (of 37), Nov. 23 Minnesota (made 28), Nov. 23 at Memphis (18-18), Jan. 4 Charlotte, March 4 Denver, Dec. 20 Denver, Dec. 20 Orlando (OT), Jan. 7 (2) last at Orlando, Feb. 10 Houston (OT), Nov. 16 L.A. Lakers, Oct. 31 (10) last vs. Houston, April 5 (2) last vs. Denver, Feb. 27 L.A. Lakers, Oct. 31 at Oklahoma City, Nov. 2 at Golden State, March 30

TRAIL BLAZERS LOWS

OPPONENT LOWS

3-Point FGs 0 vs. Toronto (of 20), Dec. 10 3-Point FGAs 11 vs. Indiana (made 2), Jan. 23 3-Point FG Pct. .000 vs. Toronto (0-20), Dec. 10

3-Point FGs 0 Denver (of 22), Dec. 20 3-Point FGAs 5 at Memphis (made 2), Jan. 4 3-Point FG Pct. .000 Denver (0-22), Dec. 20

Field Goals Field Goal Att. Field Goal Pct.

24 (2) last at New Orleans (of 74), Feb. 13 66 at L.A. Clippers (made 29), Jan. 27 .324 at New Orleans (24-74), Feb. 13

Field Goals_ Field Goal Att. Field Goal Pct.

26 Toronto (of 74), Dec. 10 67 Memphis (made 34), April 3 .351 Toronto (26-74), Dec. 10

Free Throws 6 vs. Memphis (of 10), April 3 Free Throws 6 at L.A. Clippers (of 9), Jan. 27 Free Throw Att. 10 (2) last vs. Memphis (made 6), April 3 Free Throw Att. 9 (2) last at New Orleans (made 7), March 10 Free Throw Pct. .444 vs. Minnesota (8-18), Nov. 23 Free Throw Pct. .560 Brooklyn (14-25), March 27 Off. Rebounds Def. Rebounds Total Rebounds

3 at Utah, April 1 19 at Phoenix, Nov. 21 25 at Miami, Feb. 12

Off. Rebounds Def. Rebounds Total Rebounds

2 at Dallas, Nov. 5 19 at Minnesota, Feb. 4 29 (2) last at San Antonio, March 8

Assists Personal Fouls Steals Turnovers Blocked Shots

12 10 1 6 0

Assists Personal Fouls Steals Turnovers Blocked Shots

13 11 2 5 1

Points Biggest Loss

63 at New Orleans, Feb. 13 36 at New Orleans (63-99), Feb. 13

Points

74 Toronto, Dec. 10

at Boston, Nov. 30 at New Orleans, March 10 vs. Brooklyn, March 27 at Dallas, Feb. 6 (4) last at L.A. Clippers, April 16

(2) last at Memphis, Jan. 4 (4) last vs. Dallas, April 7 at Oklahoma City, Nov. 2 Utah, Feb. 2 (4) last vs. Brooklyn, March 27

TRAIL BLAZERS QUARTERS OPPONENT QUARTERS HIGHS

LOWS

HIGHS

LOWS

1st Qtr. 41 vs. Lakers, April 10 14 at Hornets, Feb. 13 2nd Qtr. 37 vs. Bobcats, March 4 8 at Bucks, March 19 1st Half 69 vs. Lakers, April 10 26 at Hornets, Feb. 13

1st Qtr. 37 (2) last at Nuggets, April 14 14 Nuggets, Dec. 20 2nd Qtr. 37 (2) last at Magic, Feb. 10 13 (2) last vs. Kings, Dec. 8 1st Half 67 at Nuggets, April 14 32 Pacers, Jan. 23

3rd Qtr. 37 vs. Magic, Jan. 7 4th Qtr. 46 at Spurs, March 8 2nd Half 79 at Spurs, March 8

3rd Qtr. 34 Kings, Dec. 8 14 Knicks, March 14 4th Qtr. 40 at Timberwolves, Feb. 4 11 at Clippers, April 16 2nd Half 69 Spurs, Nov. 10 34 (2) last at Grizzlies, Jan. 4

OT 2OT

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7 vs. Thunder, April 12 12 (2) last vs. Grizzlies, April 3 30 vs. Grizzlies, April 3

17 vs. Magic, Jan. 7 8 vs. Rockets, Nov. 16 15 at Cavaliers, Dec. 1 15 at Cavaliers, Dec. 1

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16 at Nuggets, Jan. 15 14 at Cavaliers, Dec. 1

4 at Rockets, Nov. 3 14 at Cavaliers, Dec. 1

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ALL-TIME RECORDS


Trail Blazers Individual Records Minutes Played

Opponent

Date

Game .........61 Geoff Petrie ................Cleveland (4OT) .. 10/18/74 61 Brian Grant.................Phoenix (4OT) ..... 11/14/97

Points Game .........54 Half ............32 Quarter ......25 OT Period ...12

Damon Stoudamire ....at New Orleans ..... 1/14/05 Darius Miles ...............at Denver ............... 4/19/05 Terry Porter ................at Golden St. ....... 11/14/92 Derek Anderson .........at Sacramento ....... 1/20/04

Field Goals Made Game .........22 20 20 20 20 20 Half ............14 14 Quarter ......10

Andre Miller ................at Dallas (OT) ........ 1/30/10 Geoff Petrie ................at Golden St. ........... 2/8/73 Geoff Petrie ................at Philadelphia....... 3/20/74 Lionel Hollins..............Boston ................... 2/22/77 Clyde Drexler .............New York................ 1/22/89 Damon Stoudamire ....at New Orleans ..... 1/14/05 Geoff Petrie ................at Philadelphia....... 3/20/74 Darius Miles ...............at Denver ............... 4/19/05 Darius Miles ...............at Denver ............... 4/19/05

Field Goals Attempted Game .........40 Zach Randolph...........at Memphis............ 1/27/07 Half ............23 Geoff Petrie ................at Atlanta ............. 11/15/73

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game ..........9 Half ..............7 7 Quarter ........6

Nicolas Batum ............Denver ..................... 2/4/12 Wesley Matthews .......at Sacramento ....... 4/15/12 Wesley Matthews .......at Minnesota............ 1/7/11 Clifford Robinson .......Vancouver ............. 3/28/97

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game .........21 Damon Stoudamire.....at Golden St. ......... 4/15/05 Half ............13 Damon Stoudamire.....at Golden St. ......... 4/15/05

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Game ....1.000 Terry Porter (7-7)........at Golden St. ....... 11/14/92

Free Throws Made Game .........19 Half ............15 Quarter ......13 11 11

Brandon Roy ..............Phoenix ............... 12/18/08 Steve Johnson ...........at New Jersey.......... 1/9/87 Steve Johnson ...........at New Jersey (OT) ...1/9/87 Cliff Robinson ............at Golden St. ........ 4/19/96 Steve Smith ................Milwaukee ............... 1/5/01

Total Rebounds Game ......27 26 26 26 Half .........16 16 Quarter ...12 12 12 Game ......11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Sidney Wicks .............at L.A. Lakers (2OT) .. 2/26/75 John Johnson ............Atlanta ..................... 11/14/74 Steve Hawes .............Golden State ........... 12/21/75 Kermit Washington ....Milwaukee ................. 3/18/80 Sam Bowie ................at L.A. Lakers (OT) ...... 4/7/85 Brian Grant ................Phoenix (4OT) ......... 11/14/97 Dale Davis .................Milwaukee ............... 11/30/01 Zach Randolph ..........at Memphis................ 4/11/03 Greg Oden ................Miami......................... 12/1/09

Defensive Rebounds Game ......22 20 20 20

Bill Walton..................at Golden St. (OT) ..... 1/24/76 Bill Walton..................Golden St. ............... 10/25/74 Bill Walton..................Washington ............... 1/27/76 Bill Walton..................at Golden St. ........... 12/30/77

Assists Game ......20 20 Half .........14 Quarter ..^14

Rod Strickland ...........Phoenix ....................... 4/5/94 Rod Strickland ...........at Houston ................. 3/30/96 Steve Blake ...............L.A. Clippers .............. 2/22/09 Steve Blake ...............L.A. Clippers .............. 2/22/09

Steals Game ......10 10 10 Half ...........7 7 7 7

Larry Steele ...............L.A. Lakers .............. 11/16/74 Clyde Drexler.............at Milwaukee ............. 1/10/86 Brandon Roy .............Washington ............... 1/24/09 Larry Steele ...............L.A. Lakers .............. 11/16/74 Larry Steele ...............New York.................... 11/9/75 Clyde Drexler.............at Philadelphia......... 11/28/86 Clyde Drexler.............at Chicago ................. 2/26/88

Blocked Shots

Free Throw Percentage Game ....1.000 Jim Barnett (16-16) ....Atlanta ................. 11/18/70 1.000 Travis Outlaw (16-16) ..Golden St. ...............4/18/07

Turnovers

Game .........22 22 Half ............17 Quarter ......14

Calvin Natt .................at Detroit................ 2/23/80 Kiki Vandeweghe ........Seattle ................... 3/21/86 Steve Johnson ...........at New Jersey.......... 1/9/87 Kiki Vandeweghe ........Utah....................... 11/2/85

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Game ......12 Half ...........7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Mychal Thompson .....at N.J. (OT) ................ 2/20/81 Bill Walton..................at Golden St. ........... 10/22/74 Bill Walton..................at Denver ................... 1/26/77 Theo Ratliff ................at Orlando (OT) ........ 2/24/04 Theo Ratliff ................L.A. Clippers .............. 11/5/04 Joel Przybilla .............at Seattle ..................... 4/2/06 Bill Walton..................at Denver ................... 1/26/77 Maurice Lucas ...........at Kansas City ......... 11/25/79 Tom Owens ...............at Denver ................. 11/22/78 Mychal Thompson .....at Denver ................. 12/11/84 Steve Johnson ...........Denver ......................... 1/3/87 Clyde Drexler.............Denver ......................... 1/3/87 Steve Johnson ...........at San Antonio........... 3/15/87 Clyde Drexler.............Phoenix ..................... 1/22/91 Nicolas Batum .........Cleveland ................. 1/16/13

BILL AND THE BAY --- Bill Walton dominated the backboards in his 16 Trail Blazers games against Golden State. He averaged 17.3 rebounds, recorded two 26-rebound games and had six games with 20 boards or more against the Warriors. The big redhead grabbed 17 or more rebounds in 10 Warriors games and had double digits in 15 of the 16 contests.

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Offensive Rebounds

Game ........9 9 9 9 9 9 Half ...........8

Free Throws Attempted

Opponent

Sidney Wicks .............at L.A. Lakers (2OT) .. 2/26/75 LeRoy Ellis ................Buffalo ..................... 10/27/70 Bill Walton..................at Golden St. ........... 12/30/77 Joel Przybilla .............at L.A. Clippers .......... 3/22/08 LeRoy Ellis ................Philadelphia............... 2/20/71 Bill Walton..................at Golden St. ............. 1/24/78 LeRoy Ellis ................at New York................ 12/8/70 LeRoy Ellis ................Philadelphia............... 2/20/71 Sidney Wicks .............at Detroit.................... 12/8/73


Trail Blazers Team Records Points

Offensive Rebounds Denver (156-116) .....................11/22/83 L.A. Clippers (156-121) ................2/1/86 Golden State ................................1/5/86 San Antonio .............................11/25/90 Capital ......................................10/13/73 Milwaukee ..................................3/10/92 Boston ..........................................1/3/76 at Denver....................................2/13/81 Buffalo ........................................3/25/73 Phoenix ........................................3/2/82

Field Goals Made One game ............ 65 One half ............... 38 One quarter ......... 22 22

Denver......................................11/22/83 Denver......................................11/13/90 at Denver....................................2/13/81 San Antonio .............................11/25/90

Field Goals Attempted One game .......... 125 125 125 One half ............... 69 One quarter ......... 41

Atlanta ......................................11/18/70 at New York.................................12/8/70 Atlanta ..........................................2/4/71 at New York.................................12/8/70 at L.A. Lakers .............................12/6/70

Field Goal Percentage One game ......... .697 L.A. Clippers (62-89) ....................2/1/86

Three-Point Field Goals Made One game ............ 16 16 16 16 One half ............... 11 11

at Phoenix ....................................3/5/97 at New Orleans ..........................1/14/05 at Sacramento ............................4/15/12 at Minnesota ...............................1/5/13 at Phoenix ....................................3/5/97 at Golden State.........................1/11/13

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted One game ............ 43 at Golden State.........................1/11/13 One half .............. 24 at Golden State.........................1/11/13

Free Throws Made One game ............ 53 New York.......................................2/7/85 One half ............... 33 at Seattle ....................................3/27/91 One quarter ......... 22 at Seattle ....................................3/27/91

Free Throws Attempted One game ............ 64 New York.......................................2/7/85 One half ............... 41 Seattle ..........................................3/5/77 One quarter ......... 28 at New Orleans ........................11/16/76

Free Throw Percentage One game ....... 1.000 at Indiana (30-30).....................11/30/86

Total Rebounds One game ............ 75 71 One half ............... 41 41 41 One quarter ......... 26

Cleveland (4OT) .......................10/18/74 San Diego ..................................11/3/78 at Kansas City ............................1/17/76 San Diego ..................................11/3/78 Utah .............................................2/5/82 L.A. Lakers .................................2/19/72

One game ............ 33 New Orleans ................................1/8/78

Defensive Rebounds One game ............ 56 Cleveland (4OT) .......................10/18/74 53 Cleveland .................................11/19/77

Assists One game ............ 49 Denver......................................11/13/90 One half ............... 29 Denver......................................11/13/90 One quarter ......... 18 San Antonio .............................11/25/90

Personal Fouls One game ............ 44 42 One half ............... 27 One quarter ......... 18

Chicago (4OT)............................3/16/74 at Atlanta ....................................1/16/77 at Atlanta ....................................1/16/77 at Atlanta ....................................1/16/77

DisqualiďŹ cations One game .............. 4 at Atlanta ....................................1/16/77 4 at Indiana ...................................12/6/78 4 Denver......................................11/13/88

Steals One game ............ 24 One half ............... 15 One quarter ........... 9 9

Golden State ..............................3/17/84 New Jersey ..............................11/24/89 New Jersey ..............................11/24/89 at San Antonio ...........................3/22/90

Turnovers One game ............ 40 at Phoenix ....................................3/7/76 One half ............... 24 at Houston..................................2/18/75

Blocked Shots One game ............ 17 at New Orleans ..........................1/19/79 One half ............... 12 Detroit ..........................................1/6/80

Margin of Victory 50 points .......129-79 Cleveland .................................11/21/82 48 points ......121-73 L.A. Clippers ............................12/14/94 47 points .......133-86 New York ....................................3/18/72 46 points ......129-83 L.A. Lakers ...................................1/9/95 45 points .......132-87 Capital......................................10/13/73 45 points .......136-91 Golden State ............................12/22/87 45 points .......120-75 Dallas .......................................11/17/97 Overtime Margin of Victory 17 points ......113-96 at Houston (OT) .........................1/22/83

Highest Scores Portland 156, Denver 116 .............................................11/22/83 Portland 156, L.A. Clippers 121 ........................................2/1/86 Portland 155, Chicago 156 (4OT) ...................................3/16/84 Portland 155, Denver 129 .............................................11/13/90 Portland 150, San Antonio 113.........................................1/9/77

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OVERTIME OVERDRIVE --- Portland outscored Houston, 17-0, in overtime on Jan. 22, 1983, to claim a 113-96 victory. In the process, the Trail Blazers set NBA records for the largest margin of victory in overtime and the fewest points allowed in an overtime period. Both marks still stand.

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One game .......... 156 156 One half ............... 86 1st quarter ........... 49 2nd quarter .......... 45 3rd quarter ........... 45 4th quarter ........... 49 49 Overtime .............. 19 19


Trail Blazers All-Time Lows Points One game ............ 58 One half ............... 24 24 1st quarter ............. 7 2nd quarter ............ 7 3rd quarter ............. 7 4th quarter ............. 5 Overtime ................ 2

at Cleveland ...............................1/22/01 at Philadelphia ...........................12/6/91 at Cleveland ...............................1/22/01 at L.A. Lakers .............................2/20/12 at Philadelphia ...........................12/6/91 Oklahoma City ..........................4/12/13 at New Jersey ........................... 3/15/06 Houston.................................... 3/22/04

Field Goals Made.................... 19 at New Jersey ............................11/9/04 Attempted ............ 60 at New York...............................11/20/05 Percentage ....... .244 at New Jersey ............................11/9/04

Free Throws Made...................... 3 ...............................3 3 Attempted ............. 4 ...............................4 4 Percentage ....... .300

L.A. Clippers .................................1/1/06 at Seattle ....................................2/26/07 at Minnesota ................................3/7/12 at Cleveland ...............................1/20/98 at Seattle ....................................2/26/07 at Minnesota ................................3/7/12 L.A. Clippers (3-10) ......................1/1/06

Three-Point Field Goals* Made...................... 0 Toronto (most recently) .........12/10/12 Attempted .............. 0 New York (most recently) ............12/6/87 Percentage ....... .000 Toronto (most recently) .........12/10/12

Rebounds Offensive................ 2 vs. L.A. Lakers ..............................2/6/10 Defensive ............. 13 Denver ........................................11/2/02 Total ..................... 22 at Boston ....................................2/10/06

Miscellaneous Assists ................... 5 Personal Fouls ....... 8 Steals.....................0 Turnovers ............... 3

at Indiana ...................................3/13/12 at Minnesota ..............................3/11/08 at L.A. Lakers (most recently) ......4/11/10 Phoenix ......................................2/22/91 at New Jersey ............................2/23/10

Margin of Loss 65 points .......59-124 56 points .......74-130 52 points .....104-156 45 points .......85-130 42 points .......79-121 40 points .....103-143 40 points .....100-140

at Indiana ...................................2/27/98 at Chicago..................................2/20/76 at Baltimore..............................11/24/70 at Phoenix ..................................12/6/06 at New York ................................3/14/12 at Washington ............................11/7/78 at Detroit ..................................12/27/83

Lowest Scores Portland 58, Cleveland 84 ..............................................1/22/01 Portland 59, Indiana 124 ................................................2/27/98 Portland 60, Philadelphia 88.............................................3/6/03 Portland 60, New Jersey 64............................................11/9/04 Portland 63, New Orleans 99 .......................................2/13/13 Portland 65, New Jersey 78............................................3/15/06 Portland 65, San Antonio 72.............................................4/6/08 Portland 66, San Antonio 78......................................... 4/12/04 Portland 66, Chicago 95 .................................................3/14/06 *Three-point field goals not kept as an official statistic until 1979-80.

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Trail Blazers Rookie Records Points

Player Avg/Opp. Year/Date Season ......2031 Geoff Petrie.............24.8 ..................... 1970-71 Game .............46 Geoff Petrie.............Seattle ...................3/19/71

Field Goals Made Season ........784 784 Game .............18 18

Geoff Petrie.............9.6 ....................... 1970-71 Sidney Wicks ..........9.6 ....................... 1971-72 Geoff Petrie.............Seattle ...................2/12/71 Geoff Petrie.............at Philadelphia.......2/23/71

Field Goals Attempted Season ......1837 Sidney Wicks ..........22.4 ..................... 1971-72 Game .............33 Sidney Wicks ..........at Golden St. .........3/16/72

Free Throws Made

Total Rebounds Season ........967 Lloyd Neal ..............11.8 ..................... 1972-73 Game .............25 Sidney Wicks ..........Golden State .........1/28/72 25 Bill Walton ...............Golden State .......10/25/74

Defensive Rebounds** Season ........449 Sam Bowie ............. 5.9 ...................... 1984-85 Game .............20 Bill Walton ...............Golden State .......10/25/74

Offensive Rebounds** Season ........207 Sam Bowie .............2.7 ....................... 1984-85 Game .............11 Sam Bowie .............at L.A. Lakers (OT) ..4/7/85 10 LaMarcus Aldridge ..at Denver ...............3/13/07

Steals

Season ........463 Geoff Petrie ............5.6 ....................... 1970-71 Game .............18 Geoff Petrie.............Seattle ...................3/19/71

Season ........153 Lafayette Lever .......1.9 ....................... 1982-83 Game ...............7 T.R. Dunn ................Golden State ...........2/3/78 6 Brandon Roy ...........Cleveland ..............1/17/07

Free Throws Attempted

Blocked Shots

Season ........621 Sidney Wicks ..........7.6 ....................... 1971-72 Game .............21 Geoff Petrie.............Seattle ...................3/19/71

Three-Point Field Goals Made* Season ......^185 Damian Lillard .......2.3 ....................... 2012-13 Game ...............7 Damian Lillard .......at Golden State ....1/11/13

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted* Season ......^503 Damian Lillard ......6.1 ....................... 2012-13 Game .............12 Damian Lillard .......at Golden State ....1/11/13

Assists Season ........555 Kelvin Ransey .........6.9 ....................... 1980-81 Game .............14 Bill Walton ...............Seattle .....................2/1/75 14 Kelvin Ransey .........at Denver ...............2/13/81

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Season ........203 Sam Bowie .............2.7 ....................... 1984-85 Game ...............9 Bill Walton ...............at Golden State ...10/22/74

Top 10 Rookie Season Scorers (Avg.) Year

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Geoff Petrie .................. 1970-71 Sidney Wicks ................ 1971-72 Calvin Natt .................... 1979-80 Damian Lillard ............. 2012-13 Brandon Roy................. 2006-07 Kelvin Ransey ............... 1980-81 Mychal Thompson ......... 1978-79 Arvydas Sabonis .......... 1995-96 Lloyd Neal..................... 1972-73 Ron Brewer................... 1978-79

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Avg.

82 82 25 82 57 80 73 73 82 81

2031 2009 511 1562 955 1217 1074 1058 1097 1078

24.8 24.5 20.4 19.0 16.8 15.2 14.7 14.5 13.4 13.3

^ NBA Record *Three-point field goals not kept as an official statistic until 1979-80. **Offensive & defensive rebounds not kept as an official NBA statistic until 1973-74.


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Field Goals Attempted

54 52 52 51 51 50 48 48 48 47 47 46 46 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43

40 37 36 35 35 35 34

Rebounds 27 26 26 26 26 26 25 25 25 24 24 23 23 23

Sidney Wicks................at L.A. Lakers (2OT) ...... 2/26/75 LeRoy Ellis ...................Buffalo ......................... 10/27/70 Bill Walton ....................at Golden State (OT) ..... 1/24/76 Bill Walton ....................L.A. Lakers (OT) .......... 12/18/76 Bill Walton ....................at Golden State ........... 12/30/77 Joel Przybilla................at L.A. Clippers .............. 3/22/08 LeRoy Ellis ...................at Milwaukee................ 11/29/70 Sidney Wicks................Golden State ................. 1/28/72 Bill Walton ....................Golden State ............... 10/25/74 Bill Walton ....................Cleveland (4OT) .......... 10/18/74 Brian Grant ..................Golden State ................ 2/20/99 Sidney Wicks................Golden State ................. 3/17/72 Lloyd Neal ....................at L.A. Lakers............... 10/28/73 LaMarcus Aldridge .......at Toronto ....................... 1/20/12

Assists 20 20 19 18 18 18 18 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

Rod Strickland ............Phoenix ......................... 4/5/94 Rod Strickland .............at Houston ..................... 3/30/96 Terry Porter ..................at Utah ........................... 4/14/88 Terry Porter ..................Sacramento ................... 1/23/87 Terry Porter ..................at Orlando...................... 12/4/89 Rod Strickland .............at Phoenix (OT) ............. 2/15/95 Rod Strickland .............at Boston ......................... 1/3/96 Rick Adelman ...............Cleveland..................... 11/19/71 Terry Porter ..................Milwaukee...................... 2/22/87 Terry Porter ..................at Dallas ...................... 11/14/87 Terry Porter ..................at Phoenix ................... 12/18/87 Terry Porter ..................Sacramento (OT) ............ 1/6/89 Terry Porter ..................Golden State ................. 12/1/89 Steve Blake ..................L.A. Clippers .................. 2/22/09

Field Goals Made 22 20 20 20 20 20 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19

Andre Miller..................at Dallas (OT) ................ 1/30/10 Geoff Petrie ..................at Golden State ............... 2/8/73 Geoff Petrie ..................at Philadelphia ............... 3/20/74 Lionel Hollins ...............Boston ........................... 2/22/77 Clyde Drexler ...............New York ........................ 1/22/89 Damon Stoudamire.......at New Orleans.............. 1/14/05 Geoff Petrie ..................at Houston ..................... 1/20/73 Geoff Petrie ..................Houston ......................... 3/16/73 Geoff Petrie ................... Seattle .......................... 3/23/73 Maurice Lucas .............. at Boston ...................... 1/12/79 Kiki Vandeweghe........... at Kansas City ............ 10/27/84 Kiki Vandeweghe........... at Seattle ........................ 3/5/87 Clyde Drexler ................ Sacramento (2OT).......... 1/6/89 Clyde Drexler ................ L.A. Lakers ................... 4/21/89 Darius Miles .................. at Denver ...................... 4/19/05

Zach Randolph ............. at Memphis (2OT) ........ 1/27/07 Geoff Petrie ................... at Golden State .............. 2/8/73 Isaiah Rider................... Phoenix (4OT) ............ 11/14/97 Geoff Petrie ................... at Houston .................... 1/20/73 Geoff Petrie ................... Atlanta ........................ 11/15/73 Geoff Petrie ................... Philadelphia.................. 3/20/74 Geoff Petrie ................... Detroit............................. 1/7/73

Free Throws Made 19 18 18 18 17 17 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Brandon Roy ................. Phoenix ...................... 12/18/08 Geoff Petrie ................... Seattle .......................... 3/19/71 Kiki Vandeweghe........... Seattle .......................... 3/21/86 Travis Outlaw................. at Utah.......................... 4/16/07 Stan McKenzie .............. Buffalo ........................ 10/27/70 Steve Johnson .............. at New Jersey (OT) ........ 1/9/87 Jim Barnett.................... Atlanta ........................ 11/18/70 Dave Twardzik ............... Seattle ............................ 3/5/77 Tom Owens ................... Seattle ............................ 1/2/79 Calvin Natt .................... at Detroit....................... 2/23/80 Kiki Vandeweghe........... Golden State ................ 3/15/85 Steve Johnson .............. at Cleveland ............... 11/26/86 Rod Strickland .............. Washington .................. 3/21/95 Travis Outlaw................. Golden State ................ 4/18/07 Brandon Roy ................. Denver ........................ 10/29/09

Free Throws Attempted 22 22 21 21 20 20 20 20

Calvin Natt .................... at Detroit....................... 2/23/80 Kiki Vandeweghe........... Seattle .......................... 3/21/86 Geoff Petrie ................... Seattle .......................... 3/19/71 Brandon Roy ................. Phoenix ...................... 12/18/08 Geoff Petrie ................... Buffalo (OT) .................. 3/25/73 Mychal Thompson......... San Antonio.................... 2/1/85 Zach Randolph ............. at Cleveland ............... 11/15/06 Travis Outlaw................. at Utah.......................... 4/16/07

Steals 10 10 10 9 9 9

Larry Steele .................. L.A. Lakers ................. 11/16/84 Clyde Drexler ................ at Milwaukee ................ 1/10/86 Brandon Roy ................. Washington .................. 1/24/09 Larry Steele .................. L.A. Lakers ..................... 3/6/74 Larry Steele .................. Phoenix .......................... 3/7/75 Larry Steele .................. Detroit........................... 3/14/76

Blocked Shots 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Mychal Thompson......... at New Jersey (OT) ...... 2/20/81 Bill Walton ..................... at Golden State .......... 10/22/74 Bill Walton ..................... at Denver ...................... 1/26/77 Theo Ratliff ................... at Orlando (OT) .......... 2/24/04 Theo Ratliff ................... L.A. Clippers ................. 11/5/04 Joel Przybilla................. at Seattle ........................ 4/2/06 Lloyd Neal ..................... at Buffalo .................... 11/22/75 Bill Walton ..................... Buffalo ........................ 10/25/77 Sam Bowie .................... at San Antonio.............. 1/11/85 Kelvin Cato ................... Utah.............................. 12/5/98 Theo Ratliff ................... Sacramento ................. 3/12/04 Theo Ratliff ................ Golden State ................... 4/7/04 Theo Ratliff ................ at Memphis ..................... 2/11/05 Joel Przybilla.............. at Sacramento ................ 3/22/05 Joel Przybilla.............. at San Antonio ................ 4/12/05

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Damon Stoudamire.......at New Orleans.............. 1/14/05 Brandon Roy ................Phoenix ....................... 12/18/08 Andre Miller..................at Dallas (OT) ................ 1/30/10 Geoff Petrie ..................at Houston ..................... 1/20/73 Geoff Petrie ..................Houston ......................... 3/16/73 Clyde Drexler ...............Sacramento (2OT) ........... 1/6/89 Kiki Vandeweghe..........at Seattle ......................... 3/5/87 Clyde Drexler ...............New York ........................ 1/22/89 Clyde Drexler ...............San Antonio ................. 11/24/91 Kiki Vandeweghe..........at Kansas City ............. 10/27/84 Darius Miles ................at Denver ....................... 4/19/05 Geoff Petrie ..................Seattle ........................... 3/19/71 Maurice Lucas .............at Boston ....................... 1/12/79 Geoff Petrie ..................Seattle ........................... 2/12/71 Geoff Petrie ..................at Philadephia................ 2/23/71 Geoff Petrie ..................Seattle ......................... 11/22/73 Geoff Petrie ..................at Philadelphia ............... 3/20/74 Lionel Hollins ...............Boston ........................... 2/22/77 Clyde Drexler ...............at Denver ....................... 2/20/88 Clyde Drexler ...............L.A. Lakers..................... 4/21/89 Zach Randolph ............Memphis ........................ 3/29/07


Game Records - Two Teams Points One game ....... 311 305 One half .......... 163 1st quarter ......... 83 2nd quarter ........ 80 3rd quarter . ....... 83 4th quarter ........ 91 91 Overtime ............ 32 32 32

Opponent Date Chicago, 156-155 (4OT) ....... 3/16/84 at Denver, 162-143 .............. 2/13/81 at Denver ............................. 2/13/81 at Denver ............................. 3/24/90 Denver ................................... 3/4/83 L.A. Clippers .......................... 2/1/86 at Denver ............................. 2/13/81 at San Diego ........................ 3/29/81 Buffalo ................................. 3/25/73 Sacramento ........................... 1/6/89 at Boston.............................. 3/15/92

Field Goals Made One game ....... 126 One half ............. 65 65 One quarter ...... 37

at L.A. Lakers ....................... 1/30/72 at L.A. Lakers ....................... 1/30/72 Denver ............................... 11/13/90 at L.A. Lakers ....................... 1/30/72

Field Goals Attempted One game ....... 248 239 One half ........... 127 One quarter ....... 70

Cleveland (4OT) ................. 10/18/74 at New York .......................... 12/8/70 Boston at Philadelphia ........... 1/5/71 at New York .......................... 12/8/70

Three-Point Field Goals Made One game ......... 28 at New Orleans .................... 1/14/05 One half ............. 23 at New Orleans .................... 1/14/05

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted One game ......... 70 at New York ........................... 1/1/13 One half ............ 36 at New York ........................... 1/1/13

Rebounds One game ....... 142 136 136 One half ............ 78 One quarter ....... 46

Opponent Date Cleveland (4OT) ................. 10/18/74 at San Francisco ................ 10/24/70 Boston at Philadelphia ........... 1/5/71 Boston at Philadelphia ........... 1/5/71 L.A. Lakers ............................ 2/9/72

Offensive Rebounds One game .......... 50 48 48 48

at Phoenix (3OT).................. 11/1/84 at Detroit .............................. 12/8/73 at K.C.-Omaha ..................... 1/13/74 New Orleans .......................... 1/8/78

Defensive Rebounds One game ........ 106 Cleveland (4OT) ................. 10/18/74 90 at Golden State .................. 12/26/74

Assists One game ......... 84 Denver ............................... 11/13/90 One half ............ 47 Atlanta................................ 11/18/70 One quarter ...... 26 Denver ................................. 1/26/87

Personal Fouls One game ......... 87 79 One half ............ 48 One quarter ....... 31 31

Chicago (4OT) ..................... 3/16/84 at Atlanta.............................. 1/16/77 at Atlanta.............................. 1/16/77 at New Orleans .................. 11/16/76 Denver ................................. 2/10/84

Steals One game ......... 35 Detroit .................................... 4/5/77 35 Golden State ........................ 3/17/84 One half ............. 26 K.C.-Omaha ........................... 1/8/74

Free Throws Made One game ......... 87 One half ............ 53 One quarter ....... 37 37

Philadelphia ........................... 1/1/88 Philadelphia ......................... 11/9/86 Seattle.................................... 3/5/77 Denver ................................. 2/10/84

Free Throws Attempted One game ....... 103 Philadelphia ........................... 1/1/88 One half ............ 64 at Atlanta.............................. 12/8/89 One quarter ....... 49 Denver ................................. 2/10/84

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Blocked Shots One game .......... 31 at Toronto ........................... 12/28/97 One half ............. 18 at Toronto ........................... 12/28/97

Turnovers One game ......... 70 One half ............ 38 38 38

New Orleans ...................... 11/30/74 New Orleans ...................... 11/30/74 at Phoenix .............................. 3/7/76 at San Antonio ................... 11/13/76

DisqualiďŹ cations One game ........... 7 Chicago (4OT) ..................... 3/16/84 7 at Atlanta.............................. 1/16/77

39 IN A ROW --- In a December 7, 1982 contest with Utah, the Trail Blazers watched the Jazz successfully convert 39 straight free throws to set an NBA free throw accuracy mark. Despite Utah's perfection at the line, Portland won the game, 137-121.

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Opponent Individual Game Highs Game ...........65 64 Half ..............45 OT Period.....11

Player Team Date Kobe Bryant .......at L.A. Lakers (OT) .. 3/16/07 RIck Barry..........at Golden State ....... 3/26/74 Rick Barry ..........at Golden State ....... 3/26/74 Terry Tyler ..........at Detroit ................ 11/26/82

Field Goals Made Game ...........30 Rick Barry ..........at Golden State ....... 3/26/74 Half ..............21 Rick Barry ..........at Golden State ....... 3/26/74

Field Goals Attempted Game ...........45 Rick Barry ..........at Golden State ....... 3/26/74 Half ..............29 Rick Barry ..........at Golden State ....... 3/26/74

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game .............8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Half ................8

Glen Rice...........at L.A. Lakers............. 5/5/99 Tim Thomas .......Milwaukee.................. 1/5/01 Steve Smith .......San Antonio ............. 11/3/01 Q. Richardson ....Phoenix ................... 12/5/04 Kobe Bryant .......at L.A. Lakers (OT) .. 3/16/07 Nate Robinson...at New York .............. 3/22/07 Ben Gordon ......at Charlotte ............ 12/3/12 Tim Thomas ......Milwaukee ................. 1/5/01

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game ...........14 14 14 14 Half ..............13

Terry Mills ..........Detroit ...................... 1/14/97 Jaren Jackson....San Antonio ........... 12/28/97 Tracy McGrady ..at Orlando................ 2/24/04 J.R. Smith ..........at New York .............. 3/14/12 J.R. Smith ..........at New York .............. 3/14/12

Free Throws Made Game ...........23 Nate Archibald .....at K.C.-Omaha....... 1/21/75 Half ..............15 Nate Archibald .....at K.C.-Omaha....... 1/21/75

Free Throws Attempted

Free Throw Percentage Game..... 1.000 Rick Barry (18-18) ....... at G.S......... 12/26/74 1.000 Bob McAdoo (18-18) .... Buffalo ........ 11/29/75 1.000 Kobe Bryant (18-18) .... L.A. Lakers.. 4/10/13

Rebounds Game .....31 Wilt Chamberlain .......L.A. Lakers............. 2/17/73 Half ........20 Wilt Chamberlain .......L.A. Lakers............. 2/17/73

Offensive Rebounds Game .....13 Larry Smith ................at Golden State ....... 2/4/81 13 Moses Malone ...........at Houston ............. 1/14/82

Defensive Rebounds Game .....24 Bob McAdoo..............at Buffalo ............... 3/10/74

Assists Game .....26 John Stockton............at Utah ................... 4/14/88 Half ........15 Bob Washington ........at Cleveland........... 11/7/71 15 Ernie DiGregorio .......Buffalo ..................... 1/1/74

Steals Game .......9 Darwin Cook..............at New Jersey (OT) .. 12/3/83 8 Eight players tied

Blocked Shots Game .....17 Elmore Smith.............at L.A. Lakers....... 10/28/73 Half ........11 Elmore Smith.............at L.A. Lakers....... 10/28/73

Turnovers Game .....11 11 11 Half ..........8

Bob Lanier .................Detroit .................. 10/31/78 Magic Johnson ..........L.A. Lakers........... 10/21/80 Kevin Edwards...........Miami ....................... 1/3/89 Carey Scurry .............Utah ....................... 11/2/85

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Game ...........25 Nate Archibald .....at KC-Omaha ........ 1/21/75 Half ..............16 Nate Archibald .....at KC-Omaha ........ 1/21/75

MAKING A SPLASH --- Geoff Petrie is one of only eight players in the history of the NBA to score 2,000 points or more as a rookie. He led the Trail Blazers in their ďŹ rst season by scoring 2,031 points, earning coRookie of the Year honors for his efforts. Geoff's ďŹ rst-year performance placed him in select company. The list of other players to exceed that plateau as rookies includes Wilt Chamberlain, Oscar Robertson, Walt Bellamy, Rick Barry, Elvin Hayes, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Michael Jordan. Robertson and Jordan are the only other guards to accomplish the feat, and Jordan is the only rookie to do so since Petrie topped the 2,000-point mark 41 seasons ago.

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Opponent Team Game Highs Points One game .......... 162 One half ............... 86 1st quarter ........... 46 2nd quarter .......... 44 3rd quarter ........... 47 4th quarter ........... 50 Overtime .............. 20 20

Rebounds

Opponent Date at Denver (143-162) ................2/13/81 at Denver ..............................11/20/86 Atlanta ...................................11/18/70 at Sacramento .........................2/11/88 at Phoenix ...............................4/21/91 at Golden State .......................3/21/89 Seattle .....................................2/13/72 at Vancouver ...........................4/10/98

Opponent Date One game............ 78 at San Francisco ...................10/24/70 78 Boston (in Philadelphia) ............1/5/71 One half ............... 43 at Houston...............................11/4/71

Offensive Rebounds One game ........... 32 at Sacramento .........................1/25/86

Defensive Rebounds One game............ 50 47 47 47

Field Goals Made One game ............ 67 at L.A. Lakers ..........................1/30/72 One half ............... 37 at Golden State .......................3/26/74

Assists

Field Goals Attempted

One game............ 48 at Milwaukee .........................11/21/78

One game .......... 125 Cleveland (4OT) ....................10/18/74 121 at Golden State .......................3/26/74

Personal Fouls One game............ 43 Chicago (4OT).........................3/16/84 41 Golden State .........................11/11/84 41 Utah ........................................11/2/85

Field Goal Percentage One game ......... .667 Houston (50-75) ........................4/5/84

Three-Point Field Goals Made

Steals

One game ............ 19 at New York .............................3/14/12 One half ............... 14 at New York .............................3/14/12

One game............ 23 Philadelphia ..............................3/1/77

Blocked Shots

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted One game ............ 40 40 One half ............... 22 22

One game............ 19 at L.A. Lakers ........................10/28/73

at Cleveland (OT) ..................12/30/95 Dallas ......................................4/11/96 at Cleveland ..........................12/30/95 at New York .............................3/14/12

Turnovers One game............ 40 Boston (at Philadelphia) ............1/5/71

DisqualiďŹ cations One game ............. 5 Chicago (4OT).........................3/16/84 3 10 teams, last at Memphis .......1/27/07

Free Throws Made One game ............ 49 at Golden State .......................1/31/90

Highest Scores

Free Throws Attempted

at Denver 162, Portland 143 ........................................2/13/81 at Phoenix 160, Portland 128 ......................................3/21/72 at Baltimore 156, Portland 104 ..................................11/24/70 Chicago 156, Portland 152 (4OT) ................................3/16/84

One game ............ 63 at Utah ..................................11/17/88

Free Throw Percentage One game ....... 1.000 Utah (39-39) ............................12/7/82

Cleveland (4OT) ....................10/18/74 at Golden State .......................3/26/74 at Phoenix ...............................4/16/08 at Dallas (2OT) ........................2/11/12

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Free Throws Attempted

One game ............ 63 63 One half .............. 22 22 1st quarter ............ 8 8 8 2nd quarter ............ 7 3rd quarter ............. 5 4th quarter ............. 9 9 9 9 Overtime ................... 0

Denver (107-63) .....................4/16/97 at Chicago (88-63) ....................1/3/00 Denver.....................................4/16/97 Miami ......................................12/6/03 Sacramento .............................3/18/97 Denver.....................................4/16/97 at New Jersey .......................11/18/06 Golden State .............................1/1/83 New York .................................2/26/97 at Golden State .........................4/6/79 San Antonio ............................1/29/00 Philadelphia ..........................12/30/07 at Golden State .......................3/11/10 Indiana (most recently) ...........3/10/96

Field Goals Made One game ............ 20 Denver ..................................11/23/96

Field Goals Attempted One game ........... 59 59 59 59 59

Indiana ..................................11/27/94 at Charlotte .............................2/26/99 San Antonio ............................4/12/04 at New Jersey .......................11/28/10 Cleveland ................................3/17/11

Field Goal Percentage One game ......... .267 Cleveland (27-101) ................11/19/77

Free Throws Made One game ............. 2 at Minnesota .............................2/7/96

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One game ............. 5 at Minnesota .............................2/7/96

Free Throw Percentage One game......... .214 at Houston (3-14) ....................2/22/83

Offensive Rebounds One game.............. 1 at Denver ................................12/5/96 1 Miami ......................................1/18/01

Defensive Rebounds One game............ 14 L.A. Clippers ...........................3/15/98

Total Rebounds One game ........... 22 Minnesota ...............................4/25/99

Miscellaneous Assists ................... 6 6 Personal Fouls ....... 9 9 Steals .................... 0 Turnovers ............. ^2

at Oklahoma City ....................11/1/09 Cleveland ................................3/17/11 Phoenix ...................................12/1/01 at San Antonio ........................4/23/12 at Sacramento .........................4/23/88 at Cleveland (OT) ....................3/19/09

Lowest Scores Denver 63, Portland 107 .............................................4/16/97 Chicago 63, Portland 88 ................................................1/3/00 Cleveland 64, Portland 96 ...........................................1/13/02 New Jersey 64, Portland 60.........................................11/9/04 Denver 65, Portland 105 .............................................1/23/96 Sacramento 66, Portland 92 ........................................4/14/98 Houston 66, Portland 81 ................................................4/8/03 Memphis 66, Portland 80.............................................3/12/05 Memphis 66, Portland 86.............................................3/28/09

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Opponent Top Performances 65 64 55 53 53 52 50 50 50 49 49 49 49 49

Kobe Bryant .....................at L.A. Lakers (OT) .... 3/16/07 Rick Barry ........................at Golden State.......... 3/26/74 Nate Archibald .................at Cincinnati ............... 2/23/72 Phil Chenier .....................at Baltimore ............... 12/6/72 Michael Jordan ................at Chicago ................... 1/8/87 Michael Jordan ................at Chicago ................. 2/26/88 Lew Alcindor ....................at Milwaukee .............. 1/19/75 Amar'e Stoudemire ..........at Phoenix.................... 1/7/05 Kobe Bryant .....................at L.A. Lakers............. 4/14/06 Lou Hudson .....................Atlanta ..................... 11/18/70 Lew Alcindor ....................Milwaukee ................ 10/18/72 Gail Goodrich ...................at L.A. Lakers........... 10/28/73 Moses Malone .................at Houston ................. 3/13/82 Larry Bird .........................at Boston (2OT) ......... 3/15/92

Rebounds 31 29 28 28 27 27 27 27 26 26 26 26

Wilt Chamberlain .............L.A. Lakers................. 2/17/73 Wes Unseld......................Baltimore ................... 1/11/72 Jerry Lucas ......................at San Francisco ...... 10/24/70 Bob McAdoo ....................at Buffalo ................... 3/10/74 Billy Cunningham .............Philadelphia (OT) ..... 12/20/70 Wilt Chamberlain .............at L.A. Lakers............. 1/31/71 Wilt Chamberlain .............at L.A. Lakers............. 12/5/71 James Donaldson ............at Dallas (3OT) ........ 12/29/89 Willis Reed .......................New York .................... 11/8/70 Lew Alcindor ....................Milwaukee ................ 11/22/70 LeRoy Ellis .......................at Philadelphia ......... 10/24/73 Reggie Evans .................Brooklyn ................... 3/27/13

Assists 26 25 22 21 21 20 20 20 20 19 19

John Stockton ..................at Utah ....................... 4/14/88 Ernie DiGregorio ..............Buffalo ......................... 1/1/74 Magic Johnson.................at L.A. Lakers (OT) .... 11/6/90 Larry Siegfried .................San Diego ................ 11/16/70 John Stockton ..................at Utah ......................... 3/1/90 Bob Washington ...............at Cleveland ............... 11/7/71 Gary Grant .......................at L.A. Clippers ............ 4/6/89 Kevin Johnson..................at Phoenix.................. 3/31/92 Scott Skiles ......................at Orlando.................. 12/1/93 Lenny Wilkens ..................at Seattle ................. 10/23/70 Nate McMillan ..................Seattle ....................... 2/18/89

Field Goals Made 30 23 22 22 21 21 21 21

Rick Barry ........................at Golden State.......... 3/26/74 Kobe Bryant .....................at L.A. Lakers (OT) .... 3/16/07 Lou Hudson .....................Atlanta ..................... 11/18/70 Phil Chenier .....................at Baltimore ............... 12/6/72 Lew Alcindor ....................at Milwaukee ............ 12/20/72 Larry Bird .........................Boston (OT) ............... 2/14/86 Michael Jordan ................at Chicago ................. 2/26/88 Karl Malone......................at Utah ..................... 12/26/95

Field Goals Attempted 45 39 39 39 38 38 37 37 37

Rick Barry ........................at Golden State.......... 3/26/74 Rick Barry ........................Golden State.............. 11/3/74 Michael Jordan ................Chicago ................... 11/29/91 Kobe Bryant .....................at L.A. Lakers (OT) .... 3/16/07 Lew Alcindor ....................Milwaukee ................ 10/17/72 Bob Love ..........................Chicago ................... 11/14/75 Alex English .....................at Denver ................... 11/8/84 Chris Webber ...................at Sacramento ........... 2/20/00 Kobe Bryant .....................L.A. Lakers................... 1/8/10

Free Throws Made 23 19 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Nate Archibald .................at K.C.-Omaha........... 1/21/75 Moses Malone .................at Atlanta ................... 12/8/89 Walt Bellamy ....................Atlanta ......................... 2/4/71 Rick Barry ........................at Golden State........ 12/26/74 Bob McAdoo ....................Buffalo ..................... 11/29/75 John Drew ........................at Atlanta ................... 1/11/76 Michael Jordan ................Chicago ..................... 3/22/87 Charles Barkley ...............at Philadelphia ........... 12/9/87 David Robinson................at San Antonio ......... 11/23/94 Derrick Coleman ..............at New Jersey ............ 3/30/95 Carmelo Anthony .............Denver ..................... 10/29/09 Kobe Bryant....................L.A. Lakers ............... 4/10/13

Free Throws Attempted 25 22 22 22 21

Nate Archibald .................at K.C.-Omaha........... 1/21/75 Dave Bing ........................Detroit ........................ 1/15/73 Moses Malone .................at Atlanta ................... 12/8/89 David Robinson ...............at San Antonio ......... 11/23/94 Nine players tied

Steals 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Darwin Cook ....................at New Jersey (OT) ... 12/3/83 Sam Lacey .......................at K.C.-Omaha............. 2/5/75 Henry Bibby .....................Philadelphia ................. 3/1/77 Randy Smith ....................Buffalo ..................... 12/13/77 Ed Jordan ........................New Jersey ................ 3/17/79 M. R. Richardson..............at New Jersey ............ 3/13/83 Doc Rivers .......................at Atlanta ................... 12/4/85 Winston Garland ..............at Golden State.......... 4/20/88 John Stockton .................Utah ............................. 3/2/99 Ty Lawson ........................Denver ..................... 12/29/11

Blocked Shots 17 14 13 13 13 12 12

Elmore Smith ...................at L.A. Lakers........... 10/28/73 Mark Eaton ......................at Utah ....................... 1/18/85 Mark Eaton ......................at Utah ....................... 2/18/83 Manute Bol.......................at Golden State.......... 3/21/89 Shawn Bradley ................at Dallas .................... 11/8/98 Wayne Rollins ..................at Atlanta ................... 2/21/79 Mark Eaton ......................at Utah ....................... 11/1/86

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ON THE MARK --- In ďŹ ve games against the Trail Blazers during the 1974-75 season, Golden State's Rick Barry converted 38 consecutive free throws.

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Yearly Leaders MINUTES PLAYED 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

GP Petrie ................ 82 Wicks ................ 82 Wicks ................ 80 Wicks ................ 75 Wicks ................ 82 Wicks ................ 79 Lucas ................ 79 Hollins............... 81 Owens .............. 82 R. Brewer .......... 82 M. Thompson .... 79 M. Thompson .... 79 M. Thompson .... 80 Paxson.............. 81 M. Thompson .... 79 Vandeweghe ..... 79 Drexler .............. 82 Drexler .............. 81 Porter................ 81 Kersey .............. 82 Drexler .............. 82 Porter................ 82 Porter................ 81 Strickland.......... 82 C. Robinson ...... 75 C. Robinson ...... 78 C. Robinson ...... 81 R. Wallace......... 77 Stoudamire ....... 50 R. Wallace......... 81 R. Wallace......... 77 R. Wallace......... 79 R. Wallace......... 74 Stoudamire ....... 82 Stoudamire ....... 81 Randolph .......... 74 Randolph .......... 68 Roy ................... 74 Roy ................... 78 Aldridge ............ 78 Aldridge ............ 81 Aldridge ............ 55 Lillard ................ 82

Min. 3032 *3245 3152 2853 3162 3044 2863 2741 2791 2815 2790 3129 3017 2686 2616 2791 3114 3060 3102 2843 2852 2784 2883 2889 2725 2980 3077 2896 1673 2845 2940 2963 2684 3118 2762 2545 2425 2792 2903 2922 3211 1994 3167

Avg. 37.0 *39.6 39.4 38.0 38.6 38.4 36.2 33.8 34.0 34.3 35.3 *39.6 37.7 33.2 33.1 35.3 38.0 37.8 38.3 34.7 34.8 34.0 35.6 35.2 36.3 38.2 38.0 37.6 33.4 35.1 38.2 37.5 36.3 38.0 34.1 34.4 35.7 37.7 37.2 37.5 *39.6 36.3 38.6

GP Points Petrie ................ 82 2031 Wicks ................ 82 2009 Petrie ................ 79 1970 Petrie ................ 73 1771 Wicks ................ 82 1778 Wicks ................ 79 1505 Lucas ................ 79 1599 Hollins............... 81 1285 Owens .............. 82 1520 R. Brewer .......... 82 1286 Paxson.............. 79 1354 M. Thompson .... 79 1642 Paxson.............. 81 1756 Paxson.............. 81 1722 Vandeweghe ..... 72 1616 Vandeweghe ..... 79 1962 Vandeweghe ..... 79 2122 Drexler .............. 81 *2185 Drexler .............. 78 2123 Drexler .............. 73 1703 Drexler .............. 82 1767 Drexler .............. 76 1903 C. Robinson ...... 82 1570 C. Robinson ...... 82 1647 C. Robinson ...... 75 1601 C. Robinson ...... 78 1644 K. Anderson ...... 82 1436 Rider ................. 74 1458 Rider ............ .... 47 651 R. Wallace......... 81 1325 R. Wallace......... 77 1477 R. Wallace......... 79 1521 R. Wallace......... 74 1340 Randolph .......... 81 1626 Randolph .......... 46 871 Randolph .......... 74 1333 Randolph .......... 68 1608 Roy ................... 74 1416 Roy ................... 78 1765 Roy ................... 65 1398 Aldridge ............ 81 1769 Aldridge ............ 55 1191 Aldridge ............ 74 1560

Avg. 24.8 24.5 24.9 24.3 21.9 19.1 20.2 15.9 18.5 15.7 17.1 20.8 21.7 21.3 22.4 24.8 26.9 27.0 *27.2 23.3 21.5 25.0 19.1 20.1 21.3 21.1 17.5 19.7 13.9 16.4 19.2 19.3 18.1 20.1 18.9 18.0 23.6 19.1 22.6 21.5 21.8 21.7 21.1

SCORING 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

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FIELD GOALS MADE 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

GP Petrie ................ 82 Wicks ................ 82 Petrie ................ 79 Petrie ................ 73 Wicks ................ 82 Wicks ................ 79 Lucas ................ 79 Hollins............... 81 Owens .............. 82 R. Brewer .......... 82 Paxson.............. 79 M. Thompson .... 79 Paxson.............. 81 Paxson.............. 81 Vandeweghe ..... 72 Vandeweghe ..... 79 Vandeweghe ..... 79 Drexler .............. 81 Drexler .............. 78 Drexler .............. 73 Drexler .............. 82 Drexler .............. 76 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 75 C. Robinson ...... 78 K. Anderson ...... 82 Rider ................. 74 Rider ................. 47 R. Wallace......... 81 R. Wallace......... 77 R. Wallace......... 79 R. Wallace......... 74 Randolph .......... 81 Randolph .......... 46 Randolph .......... 74 Randolph .......... 68 Aldridge ............ 76 Roy ................... 78 Roy ................... 65 Aldridge ............ 81 Aldridge ............ 55 Aldridge ............ 74

FGM 784 784 836 740 692 580 632 531 600 548 585 681 682 680 618 719 808 *849 829 670 645 694 632 641 597 553 485 441 249 542 590 603 515 633 332 536 600 561 633 491 707 483 638

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

GP Petrie ................ 82 Wicks ................ 82 Petrie ................ 79 Petrie ................ 73 Wicks ................ 82 Wicks ................ 79 Lucas ................ 79 Hollins............... 81 Lucas ................ 69 R. Brewer .......... 82 Ransey ............. 80 M. Thompson .... 79 Paxson.............. 81 Paxson.............. 81 Drexler .............. 80 Vandeweghe ..... 79 Vandeweghe ..... 79 Drexler .............. 81 Drexler .............. 78 Drexler .............. 73 Drexler .............. 82 Drexler .............. 76 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 75 C. Robinson ...... 78 K. Anderson ...... 82 Rider ................. 74 Stoudamire ....... 50 R. Wallace......... 81 R. Wallace......... 77 R. Wallace......... 79 R. Wallace......... 74 Randolph .......... 81 Randolph .......... 46 Randolph .......... 74 Randolph .......... 68 Roy ................... 74 Roy ................... 78 Roy ................... 65 Aldridge ............ 81 Aldridge ............ 55 Aldridge ............ 74

FGA 1770 *1837 1801 1537 1391 1201 1359 1202 1208 1182 1162 1303 1323 1322 1161 1332 1545 1679 1672 1357 1338 1476 1336 1404 1320 1306 1137 1302 629 1045 1178 1287 1094 1358 741 1229 1286 1170 1318 1038 1415 943 1318

Avg. 9.6 9.6 *10.6 10.1 8.4 7.3 8.0 6.6 7.3 6.7 7.4 8.6 8.4 8.4 8.6 9.1 10.2 10.5 *10.6 9.2 7.9 9.1 7.7 7.8 8.0 7.1 5.9 7.4 5.2 6.7 7.6 7.6 7.0 8.2 7.2 7.2 8.8 7.4 8.1 7.6 8.7 8.8 8.6 Avg. 21.6 22.4 *22.8 21.1 17.0 15.2 16.0 14.8 17.5 14.4 14.5 16.5 16.3 16.3 14.5 16.9 19.6 20.7 21.4 18.6 16.3 19.4 16.3 17.1 17.6 16.7 13.9 17.6 12.5 13.0 15.3 16.2 14.8 16.9 16.1 16.6 18.9 15.8 16.9 16.0 17.5 17.1 17.8

FG PERCENTAGE

(Minimum 250 made) FGM FGA Pct. 70-71 Schlueter ........ 257 527 .488 71-72 Schlueter ........ 353 672 .525 72-73 O. Johnson ..... 308 620 .497 73-74 Petrie .............. 740 1537 .481 74-75 Steele ............. 265 484 .548 75-76 Steele ............. 322 651 .495 76-77 Twardzik.......... 263 430 *.612 77-78 Gross .............. 381 720 .529 78-79 Owens ............ 600 1095 .548 79-80 Washington..... 421 761 .553 80-81 Washington..... 325 571 .569 81-82 Natt ................. 515 894 .576 82-83 Natt ................. 644 1187 .543 83-84 Natt ................. 500 857 .583 84-85 Bowie.............. 299 557 .537 85-86 Kersey ............ 258 470 .549 86-87 S. Johnson ...... 494 889 .556 87-88 S. Johnson ...... 258 488 .529 88-89 S. Johnson ...... 296 565 .524 89-90 B. Williams ...... 413 754 .548 90-91 B. Williams ...... 358 595 .602 89-90 B. Williams ...... 413 754 .548 90-91 B. Williams ...... 358 595 .602 91-92 B. Williams ...... 340 563 .604 92-93 B. Williams ...... 270 528 .511 93-94 B. Williams ...... 291 524 .555 94-95 B. Williams ...... 309 604 .512 95-96 Sabonis .......... 394 723 .545 96-97 R. Wallace....... 380 681 .558 97-98 R. Wallace....... 466 875 .533 98-99 R. Wallace....... 242 476 **.508 99-00 R. Wallace....... 542 1045 .519 00-01 Wells ............... 387 726 .533 01-02 Patterson ........ 319 619 .515 02-03 D. Davis .......... 237 438 .541 03-04 Randolph ........ 663 1368 .485 04-05 Patterson ........ 319 601 .531 05-06 Randolph ........ 536 1229 .436 06-07 Randolph ........ 600 1286 .467 07-08 Aldridge .......... 561 1160 .484 08-09 Aldridge .......... 601 1243 .484 09-10 Aldridge .......... 579 1169 .495 10-11 Aldridge .......... 707 1415 .500 11-12 Aldridge .......... 483 943 ***.512 12-13 Hickson ........... 418 744 .562 **Minimum reduced to 150 FGs (50 gm. sched.) ***Minimum reduced to 200 FGs (66 gm. sched.)

3pt FIELD GOALS 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

G 3ptM Bates ................ 16 8 Bates ................ 77 14 Bates ................ 75 12 Townes ............. 55 9 Buse ................. 41 9 Paxson.............. 81 17 Colter ................ 78 26 Colter ................ 81 27 Vandeweghe ..... 79 39 R. Anderson...... 62 42 Porter................ 81 79 Porter................ 80 89 Porter................ 81 130 Porter................ 82 128 Porter................ 81 143 Porter................ 77 110 C. Robinson ...... 75 142 C. Robinson ...... 78 178 K. Anderson ...... 82 132 Rider ................. 74 135 W. Williams ....... 48 63 S. Smith ............ 82 96 Stoudamire ....... 82 82 R. Wallace......... 79 114 D. Anderson ...... 76 116 Stoudamire ....... 82 156 Stoudamire ....... 81 181 Blake................. 68 76 Webster ............ 82 91 Webster ............ 75 123 Fernandez ........ 78 159 Fernandez ........ 62 98 Matthews .......... 82 154 Matthews .......... 66 129 Lillard ................ 82 *185

* All -time high

Avg. 0.5 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.5 0.8 0.9 1.1 1.6 1.6 1.8 0.9 1.9 2.3 1.6 1.8 1.3 1.2 1.0 1.4 1.5 1.9 2.2 1.1 1.1 1.6 2.0 1.6 1.9 2.0 2.3


Yearly Leaders 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

G R. Brewer .......... 82 Bates ................ 77 Bates ................ 75 Buse ................. 41 Paxson.............. 81 Colter ................ 78 Colter ................ 81 Paxson.............. 72 R. Anderson...... 62 Porter................ 81 Porter................ 80 Porter................ 81 Drexler .............. 76 Porter................ 81 Porter................ 77 C. Robinson ...... 75 C. Robinson ...... 78 K. Anderson ...... 82 Rider ................. 74 W. Williams ....... 48 Pippen .............. 82 S. Smith ............ 81 R. Wallace......... 79 D. Anderson ...... 76 Stoudamire ....... 82 Stoudamire ....... 81 Blake................. 68 Webster ............ 82 Webster ............ 75 Fernandez ........ 78 Fernandez ........ 62 Matthews .......... 82 Matthews .......... 66 Lillard ................ 82

3ptA 32 54 41 35 59 74 83 98 135 219 238 313 338 345 282 383 471 366 420 144 263 230 317 331 427 490 184 250 317 398 266 378 337 *503

Avg. 0.4 0.7 0.5 0.9 0.7 0.9 1.0 1.4 2.2 2.7 3.0 3.9 4.4 4.3 3.7 5.1 6.0 4.5 5.7 3.0 3.2 2.8 4.0 4.4 5.2 6.0 2.7 3.0 4.2 5.1 4.3 4.6 5.1 6.1

3pt FG PERCENTAGE 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

3ptM Twardzik.............. 4 Natt ..................... 4 Bates ................ 12 Townes ............... 9 Paxson.............. 17 Colter ................ 26 Colter ................ 27 Vandeweghe ..... 39 R. Anderson...... 42 Porter................ 79 Petrovic ............. 34 Porter.............. 130 Porter.............. 128 Porter.............. 143 Murray .............. 50 C. Robinson .... 142 C. Robinson .... 178 Rider ................. 99 Rider ............... 135 W. Williams 63 S. Smith ............ 96 Anthony ............ 65 Wells ................. 66 R. Wallace....... 110 Stoudamire ..... 156 Van Exel ......... 100 Blake................. 76 Udoka ............... 89 Jones ................ 91 Blake............... 140 Blake................. 78 Matthews ........ 154 Batum ............. 107 Matthews ........ 169

3ptA Pct. 7 .571 8 .500 41 .293 25 .360 59 **.288 74 .351 83 .325 81 *.481 135 .311 219 .361 74 .459 313 .415 324 .395 345 .414 109 .459 383 .371 471 .378 257 .385 420 .321 144 .438 263 .398 159 .409 172 .384 307 .358 427 .365 257 .389 184 .413 219 .406 205 .444 328 .427 207 .377 378 .407 274 .391 425 .398

**No Trail Blazers qualified (3-point field goals were instituted in 1979-80. Minimum makes to qualify was 25 in 1983-84, raised to 50 in 1990-91 and raised to 55 in 1997-98.)

70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-83 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

GP Petrie ................ 82 Wicks ................ 82 Wicks ................ 80 Wicks ................ 75 Wicks ................ 82 Wicks ................ 79 Lucas ................ 79 Hollins............... 81 Owens .............. 82 Washington....... 80 M. Thompson .... 79 Natt ................... 75 Paxson.............. 81 Paxson.............. 81 Vandeweghe ..... 72 Vandeweghe ..... 79 Vandeweghe ..... 79 Drexler .............. 81 Drexler .............. 78 Porter................ 80 Drexler .............. 82 Drexler .............. 76 Porter................ 81 Strickland.......... 82 Strickland.......... 64 C. Robinson ...... 78 Ken Anderson ... 82 Sabonis ............ 73 B. Grant ............ 48 S. Smith ............ 82 S. Smith ............ 81 Wells ................. 74 Der. Anderson ... 76 Randolph .......... 81 Randolph .......... 46 Randolph .......... 74 Randolph .......... 68 Roy ................... 74 Roy ................... 78 Roy ................... 65 Aldridge ............ 81 Aldridge ............ 55 Aldridge ............ 74

FTM 463 441 384 314 394 345 335 223 320 231 207 294 388 345 369 *523 467 476 438 421 416 401 327 353 283 360 334 323 184 289 309 215 231 299 207 245 394 281 416 343 351 223 282

Avg. 5.6 5.4 4.8 4.2 4.8 4.4 4.2 2.8 3.9 2.9 2.6 3.9 4.8 4.3 5.1 *6.6 5.9 5.9 5.6 5.3 5.1 5.3 4.0 4.3 4.4 4.6 4.1 4.4 3.8 3.5 3.8 2.9 3.0 3.7 4.5 3.3 5.8 3.8 5.3 5.3 4.3 4.1 3.8

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

GP Petrie ................ 82 Wicks ................ 82 Wicks ................ 80 Wicks ................ 75 Wicks ................ 82 Wicks ................ 79 Lucas ................ 79 Hollins............... 81 Owens .............. 82 Washington....... 80 M. Thompson .... 79 M. Thompson .... 79 Paxson.............. 81 Paxson.............. 81 M. Thompson .... 79 Vandeweghe ..... 79 Vandeweghe ..... 79 Drexler .............. 81 Drexler .............. 78 Porter................ 80 Drexler .............. 82 Drexler .............. 76 C. Robinson ...... 82 Strickland.......... 82 C. Robinson ...... 75 C. Robinson ...... 78 Ken Anderson ... 82 Sabonis ............ 73 B. Grant ............ 48 S. Smith ............ 82 S. Smith ............ 81 Wells ................. 74 Wells ................. 75 Randolph .......... 81 Randolph .......... 46 Randolph .......... 74 Randolph .......... 68 Roy ................... 74 Roy ................... 78 Roy ................... 65 Aldridge ............ 81 Aldridge ............ 55 Aldridge ............ 74

FTA 600 *621 531 412 558 512 438 300 403 360 323 446 478 410 449 602 527 587 548 472 524 505 416 471 382 542 435 405 226 340 347 290 313 393 254 343 481 373 505 440 444 274 348

Avg. 7.3 *7.6 6.6 5.5 6.8 6.5 5.2 3.7 4.9 4.5 4.1 5.6 5.9 5.1 5.7 *7.6 6.7 7.2 7.0 5.9 6.4 6.6 5.1 5.7 5.1 6.9 5.3 5.5 4.7 4.1 4.2 3.9 4.2 4.9 5.5 4.6 7.1 5.0 6.5 6.8 5.5 5.0 4.7

FT PERCENTAGE (Minimum 125 made)

FTM FTA Pct. 70-71 McKenzie ..........331 396 .836 71-72 McKenzie ..........315 379 .831 72-73 C. Davis ............126 161 .783 73-74 Petrie ................291 341 .853 74-75 Petrie ................261 311 .839 75-76 Petrie ................277 334 .829 76-77 Gross ................183 215 .851 77-78 J. Davis .............188 227 .828 78-79 Twardzik............261 299 .873 79-80 R. Brewer ..........184 219 .840 80-81 Bates ................170 199 .854 81-82 Bates ................166 211 .787 82-83 Paxson..............388 478 .812 83-84 Paxson..............345 410 .841 84-85 Vandeweghe .....369 412 .896 85-86 Paxson..............217 244 .889 86-87 Vandeweghe .....467 527 .886 87-88 Vandeweghe .....159 181 .878 88-89 Porter................272 324 .840 89-90 Porter................421 472 .892 90-91 Porter................279 339 .823 91-92 Porter................315 368 .856 92-93 Elie ..................183 214 .855 93-94 Porter................204 234 .872 94-95 Drexler ..............207 248 .835 95-96 McKie ...............152 199 .764 96-97 Rider .................212 361 .812 97-98 Rider .................221 267 .828 98-99 J. Jackson ...........85 101 **.842 99-00 S. Smith ............289 340 .850 00-01 S. Smith ............309 347 .890 01-02 Stoudamire .......174 196 .888 02-03 D. Anderson ......231 269 .859 03-04 Stoudamire .......127 145 .876 04-05 Stoudamire .......182 199 .914 05-06 Dixon ................156 194 .804 06-07 Jack ..................243 279 .871 07-08 Jack ..................215 248 .867 08-09 Roy ...................416 505 .824 09-10 Bayless .............201 242 .831 10-11 Fernandez ........126 146 .863 11-12 Crawford ...........191 206 *.927 12-13 Batum ...............178 210 .848 **Minimum 75 FTs (50 gm. sched.)

* All -time high

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Yearly Leaders TOTAL REBOUNDS 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

GP Ellis .................. 74 Wicks ................ 82 L. Neal .............. 82 Roberson .......... 69 Wicks ................ 82 Wicks ................ 79 Walton .............. 65 Walton .............. 58 Owens .............. 82 Washington....... 80 Washington....... 73 M. Thompson .... 82 M. Thompson .... 79 M. Thompson .... 80 M. Thompson .... 79 Bowie................ 76 M. Thompson .... 82 S. Johnson ........ 79 Kersey .............. 79 Duckworth ........ 79 B. Williams ........ 82 B. Williams ........ 80 B. Williams ........ 80 B. Williams ........ 82 B. Williams ........ 81 Dudley .............. 82 Dudley .............. 80 Dudley .............. 81 Sabonis ............ 73 B. Grant ............ 48 R. Wallace......... 81 D. Davis ............ 81 D. Davis ............ 78 D. Davis ............ 78 Randolph .......... 81 Randolph .......... 46 Randolph .......... 74 Randolph .......... 68 Przybilla ............ 77 Przybilla ............ 82 Camby .............. 23 Camby .............. 59 Camby .............. 40 Hickson ............. 80

RBs Avg. 907 12.3 943 11.5 *967 11.8 701 10.2 877 10.7 712 9.0 934 *14.4 766 13.2 740 9.0 842 10.5 686 9.4 686 8.4 921 11.7 753 9.4 688 8.7 656 8.6 608 7.4 566 7.2 657 8.3 635 8.0 800 9.8 751 9.4 704 8.8 690 8.4 843 10.4 764 9.3 720 9.0 593 7.3 729 10.0 470 9.8 566 7.0 606 7.4 688 8.8 564 7.2 851 10.5 442 9.6 592 8.0 688 10.1 649 8.4 717 8.7 255 11.1 606 10.3 354 8.9 828 10.4

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

GP ORB Avg. 73-74 Roberson .......... 69 251 3.6 74-75 Wicks ................ 82 231 2.8 75-76 Wicks ................ 79 245 3.1 76-77 Lucas ................ 79 271 2.4 77-78 Owens .............. 82 195 3.4 78-79 Owens .............. 82 263 3.2 79-80 Washington....... 80 *325 *4.1 80-81 Washington....... 73 236 3.2 81-82 M. Thompson.... 79 258 3.3 82-83 Natt/Cooper ...... 80 214 2.7 83-84 M. Thompson .... 79 235 3.0 84-85 Drexler .............. 80 217 2.7 85-86 M. Thompson .... 82 181 2.2 86-87 Drexler .............. 82 227 2.8 87-88 Drexler .............. 81 261 3.2 88-89 Drexler .............. 78 289 3.7 89-90 Kersey .............. 82 251 3.1 90-91 B. Williams ........ 80 227 2.8 91-92 B. Williams ........ 80 260 3.3 92-93 B. Williams ........ 82 232 2.8 93-94 B. Williams ........ 81 315 3.9 94-95 Dudley .............. 82 *325 4.0 95-96 Dudley .............. 80 239 3.0 96-97 Dudley .............. 81 204 2.5 97-98 B. Grant ............ 61 197 3.2 98-99 B. Grant ............ 48 173 3.6 99-00 R. Wallace......... 81 129 1.6 00-01 D. Davis ............ 81 233 2.8 01-02 D. Davis ............ 78 262 3.3 02-03 D. Davis ............ 78 233 3.0 03-04 Randolph .......... 81 242 3.0 04-05 Randolph .......... 46 142 3.1 05-06 Randolph .......... 74 193 2.6 06-07 Randolph .......... 68 199 2.9 07-08 Aldridge ............ 76 220 2.9 08-09 Aldridge ............ 81 234 2.9 09-10 Camby .............. 23 83 3.6 10-11 Aldridge ............ 81 278 3.4 11-12 Hickson ............. 19 66 3.5 12-13 Hickson ............. 80 266 3.3 (Offensive rebounds not kept as an official statistic before 1973-74)

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DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS GP DRB 73-74 Wicks ................ 75 488 74-75 Wicks ................ 82 646 75-76 Walton .............. 51 549 76-77 Walton .............. 65 *723 77-78 Walton .............. 58 648 78-79 Lucas ................ 69 524 79-80 Washington....... 80 517 80-81 M. Thompson .... 79 463 81-82 M. Thompson .... 79 663 82-83 M. Thompson .... 80 570 83-84 M. Thompson .... 79 453 84-85 Bowie................ 76 449 85-86 M. Thompson .... 82 427 86-87 S. Johnson ........ 79 372 87-88 Kersey .............. 79 446 88-89 Duckworth ........ 79 389 89-90 B. Williams ........ 82 550 90-91 B. Williams ........ 80 524 91-92 B. Williams ........ 80 444 92-93 B. Williams ........ 82 458 93-94 B. Williams ........ 81 528 94-95 Dudley .............. 82 439 95-96 Dudley .............. 80 481 96-97 Dudley .............. 81 389 97-98 Sabonis ............ 73 580 98-99 Sabonis ............ 50 305 99-00 R. Wallace......... 81 437 00-01 R. Wallace......... 77 455 01-02 R. Wallace......... 79 509 02-03 R. Wallace......... 74 435 03-04 Randolph .......... 81 609 04-05 Randolph .......... 46 300 05-06 Randolph .......... 74 399 06-07 Randolph .......... 68 489 07-08 Przybilla ............ 77 454 08-09 Przybilla ............ 82 513 09-10 Camby .............. 23 172 10-11 Camby .............. 59 424 11-12 Camby .............. 40 249 12-13 Hickson ............. 80 562 (Defensive rebounds not an official statistic before 1973-74)

Avg. 6.5 7.9 10.8 11.1 *11.2 7.6 6.5 5.9 8.4 7.1 5.7 5.9 5.2 4.7 5.6 4.9 6.7 6.6 5.6 5.6 6.5 5.4 6.0 4.8 7.9 6.1 5.4 5.9 6.4 5.9 7.5 6.5 5.4 7.2 5.9 6.3 7.5 7.2 6.3 7.0

70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

Ast. 390 413 440 326 424 330 313 380 325 273 555 555 426 395 522 600 715 *831 770 726 649 512 559 740 562 640 584 245 312 406 468 490 285 500 458 306 417 430 400 445 566 390 531

GP St. Avg. 73-74 Steele ..................81 *217 *2.7 74-75 Steele ..................76 183 2.4 75-76 Steele ..................81 170 2.1 76-77 Hollins..................76 166 2.2 77-78 Hollins..................81 157 1.9 78-79 Hollins..................64 114 1.8 79-80 Dunn ....................82 102 1.2 80-81 Paxson.................79 140 1.8 81-82 Paxson.................82 129 1.6 82-83 Lever....................81 153 1.9 83-84 Lever....................81 135 1.7 84-85 Drexler .................80 177 2.2 85-86 Drexler .................75 197 2.6 86-87 Drexler .................82 204 2.5 87-88 Drexler .................81 203 2.5 88-89 Drexler .................78 213 *2.7 89-90 Porter...................80 151 1.9 90-91 Porter...................81 158 2.0 91-92 Drexler .................76 138 1.8 92-93 Strickland.............78 131 1.7 93-94 Strickland.............82 147 1.8 94-95 Strickland.............64 123 1.9 95-96 Strickland.............67 97 1.4 96-97 Ken Anderson ......82 162 2.0 97-98 R. Wallace............77 75 1.0 98-99 Anthony ...............50 66 1.3 99-00 Pippen .................82 117 1.4 00-01 Stoudamire ..........82 106 1.3 01-02 Pippen .................62 101 1.6 02-03 Pippen .................64 105 1.6 03-04 Der. Anderson ......51 66 1.3 04-05 Patterson .............70 106 1.5 05-06 Telfair ...................68 66 1.0 06-07 Jack .....................79 86 1.1 07-08 Roy ......................74 79 0.9 08-09 Roy ......................78 88 1.1 09-10 Miller ....................82 93 1.1 10-11 G. Wallace ...........23 46 2.0 11-12 G. Wallace ...........42 62 1.5 12-13 Matthews .............69 90 1.3 (Steals not an official statistic before 1973-74)

BLOCKED SHOTS

ASSISTS GP Petrie ................ 82 Adelman ........... 80 Wicks ................ 80 Wicks ................ 75 Petrie ................ 80 Petrie ................ 72 Hollins............... 76 Hollins............... 81 Hollins............... 64 Twardzik............ 67 Ransey ............. 80 Ransey ............. 78 Lever................. 81 Valentine ........... 68 Valentine ........... 75 Drexler .............. 75 Porter................ 80 Porter................ 82 Porter................ 81 Porter................ 80 Porter................ 81 Drexler .............. 76 Strickland.......... 78 Strickland.......... 82 Strickland.......... 64 Strickland.......... 67 Ken Anderson ... 82 Ken Anderson ... 45 Stoudamire ....... 50 Pippen .............. 82 Stoudamire ....... 82 Stoudamire ....... 75 Pippen .............. 64 Stoudamire ....... 82 Stoudamire ....... 81 Blake................. 68 Jack .................. 79 Roy ................... 74 Roy ................... 78 Miller ................. 82 Miller ................. 81 Felton................ 60 Lillard ................ 82

STEALS

Avg. 4.8 5.2 5.5 4.3 5.3 4.6 4.1 4.7 5.1 5.1 6.9 7.1 5.3 5.8 7.0 8.0 8.9 *10.1 9.5 9.1 8.0 6.7 7.2 9.0 8.8 9.6 7.1 5.4 6.2 5.0 5.7 6.5 4.5 6.1 5.7 4.5 5.3 5.8 5.1 5.4 7.0 6.5 6.5

73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

GP L. Neal .............. 80 Walton .............. 35 L. Neal .............. 68 Walton .............. 65 Walton .............. 58 M. Thompson .... 73 Washington....... 80 M. Thompson .... 79 M. Thompson .... 79 Cooper.............. 80 M. Thompson .... 79 Bowie................ 76 Bowie................ 38 Cald. Jones....... 78 Kersey .............. 82 Cald. Jones....... 79 Cald. Jones....... 72 Cooper.............. 79 Kersey .............. 73 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 82 Dudley .............. 82 Dudley .............. 80 Dudley .............. 81 Cato .................. 74 Sabonis ............ 50 R. Wallace......... 81 R. Wallace......... 77 R. Wallace......... 79 R. Wallace......... 74 Ratliff ................ 32 Ratliff ................ 63 Przybilla ............ 56 Outlaw .............. 67 Aldridge ............ 76 Przybilla ............ 82 Oden................. 21 Camby .............. 59 Camby .............. 40 Aldridge ............ 74

* All -time high

Blk. 73 94 107 *211 146 134 131 170 107 136 108 203 96 77 77 99 85 95 76 76 107 163 111 126 100 96 94 63 107 135 101 77 141 158 130 74 94 97 48 92 56 91

Avg. 0.9 2.7 1.6 3.2 2.5 1.8 1.6 2.2 1.4 1.7 1.4 2.7 2.5 1.0 0.9 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.0 0.9 1.3 2.0 1.4 1.5 1.3 1.2 1.3 1.2 1.3 1.8 1.3 1.0 *4.4 2.5 2.3 1.1 1.2 1.2 2.3 1.6 1.4 1.2


Yearly Leaders 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03

GP Schlueter .......... 80 Schlueter .......... 81 L. Neal .............. 82 Steele ............... 81 Wicks ................ 82 Steele ............... 81 Lucas ................ 79 Hollins............... 81 Owens .............. 82 Washington....... 80 Washington....... 73 M. Thompson .... 79 Cooper.............. 80 Carr .................. 82 Bowie................ 76 Drexler .............. 75 S. Johnson ........ 79 Kersey .............. 79 Duckworth ........ 79 Kersey .............. 82 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 82 C. Robinson ...... 82 Dudley .............. 82 Dudley .............. 80 C. Robinson ...... 81 R. Wallace......... 77 R. Wallace......... 49 R. Wallace......... 81 R. Wallace......... 77 R. Wallace......... 79 R. Wallace......... 74

PF 265 277 305 295 289 289 294 268 329 307 258 233 318 274 278 270 *340 302 300 304 263 274 287 263 286 251 251 268 175 216 206 212 223

Avg. 3.3 3.4 3.7 3.6 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.3 4.0 3.8 3.5 2.9 4.0 3.3 3.6 3.6 *4.3 3.8 3.8 3.7 3.2 3.3 3.5 3.2 3.5 3.1 3.1 3.5 3.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 3.0

03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

GP Randolph .......... 81 Przybilla ............ 76 Khryapa ............ 69 Magloire............ 81 Aldridge ............ 76 Oden................. 61 Oden................. 21 G. Wallace ........ 23 Aldridge ............ 55 Aldridge ............ 74

PF 227 239 209 226 240 238 84 63 153 187

DISQUALIFICATIONS 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 984-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90

GP Ellis ............................. 74 Steele .............................. 72 G. Smith........................... 72 Steele .............................. 81 Steele .............................. 76 Steele .............................. 81 Gross ............................... 82 Owens ............................. 82 Owens ............................. 82 Washington...................... 80 Owens ............................. 79 Harper ............................. 68 Carr ................................. 82 Natt .................................. 79 Carr ................................. 82 Bowie............................... 76 Drexler ............................. 75 S. Johnson ....................... 79 Kersey ............................. 79 Duckworth ....................... 79 Kersey ............................. 76 Kersey ............................. 82

Avg. 3.7 3.1 3.0 2.8 3.2 3.9 4.0 2.7 2.8 2.5 No. 5 8 8 10 6 8 7 7 15 8 10 7 10 3 3 9 8 *16 8 6 6 7

90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

GP Duckworth ....................... 81 C. Robinson ..................... 82 C. Robinson ..................... 82 Drexler ............................. 68 Dudley ............................. 82 McKie .............................. 81 C. Robinson ..................... 81 Sabonis ........................... 73 R. Wallace........................ 49 Sabonis ........................... 66 Wells ................................ 66 Kemp ............................... 68 Pippen ............................. 62 R. Wallace........................ 74 Wells ................................ 75 Stoudamire ...................... 82 McInnis ............................ 39 Ratliff ............................... 63 Khryapa ........................... 69 Aldridge ........................... 63 Aldridge ........................... 76 Aldridge ........................... 81 Oden................................ 61 Aldridge ........................... 78 Przybilla ........................... 30 Aldridge ........................... 81 Aldridge ........................... 55 Wallace ............................ 42 Aldridge ........................... 74 Babbitt ............................. 62 Claver .............................. 49 Price ................................ 39

No. 5 11 8 2 6 5 6 7 6 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 4 7 3 7 4 4 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1

* All -time high

RECORDS

PERSONAL FOULS

50-40 Points Club 54 52 52 51 51 50 48 48 48 47 47 46 46 45 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42

Damon Stoudamire at New Orleans ...... 1/14/05 Brandon Roy vs. Phoenix ..................... 12/18/08 Andre Miller at Dallas ............................. 1/30/10 Geoff Petrie at Houston ......................... 1/20/73 Geoff Petrie vs. Houston ........................ 3/16/73 Clyde Drexler vs. Sacramento.................. 1/6/89 Kiki Vandeweghe at Seattle ..................... 3/5/87 Clyde Drexler vs. New York .................. 11/22/89 Clyde Drexler vs. San Antonio ............. 11/24/91 Kiki Vandeweghe at Kansas City ......... 10/27/84 Darius Miles at Denver........................... 4/19/05 Geoff Petrie vs. Seattle .......................... 3/19/71 Maurice Lucas at Boston ....................... 1/12/78 *Bonzi Wells at Dallas.............................. 4/23/03 Geoff Petrie vs. Seattle .......................... 2/12/71 Geoff Petrie vs. Philadelphia .................. 2/23/71 Geoff Petrie vs. Seattle ........................ 11/22/73 Geoff Petrie at Philadelphia .................... 3/2074 Lionel Hollins vs. Boston ........................ 2/22/77 Clyde Drexler at Denver ....................... 12/20/88 Clyde Drexler vs. L.A. Lakers ................. 4/21/89 Zach Randolph vs. Memphis.................. 3/29/07 Geoff Petrie at Golden State .................... 2/8/73 Clyde Drexler at Chicago ....................... 2/26/88 Clyde Drexler at Philadelphia................... 3/3/88 Clyde Drexler at Utah............................. 4/14/88 Clyde Drexler at Phoenix ..................... 12/16/88 *Clyde Drexler at L.A. Lakers................... 4/29/92 Rasheed Wallace vs. Denver ................. 2/20/01 Zach Randolph at Memphis ................... 1/27/07 *Brandon Roy vs. Houston....................... 4/21/09 Brandon Roy at Houston ...................... 10/31/09 LaMarcus Aldridge vs. Chicago ............... 2/7/11

41 Geoff Petrie at Detroit .............................. 3/2/71 41 Geoff Petrie at Seattle............................ 3/23/73 41 Maurice Lucas vs. Atlanta ...................... 2/11/77 41 Jim Paxson vs. Chicago ......................... 3/16/84 41 Clyde Drexler vs. Dallas ......................... 3/14/86 41 Kiki Vandeweghe at Seattle ................. 11/18/87 41 Clyde Drexler at L.A. Clippers ................ 2/17/88 41 Clyde Drexler vs. San Antonio ............. 12/11/88 41 Clyde Drexler at Houston ....................... 3/20/89 41 Clyde Drexler at Boston ......................... 3/15/92 41 *Terry Porter at Utah ................................ 5/19/92 41 Clyde Drexler vs. L.A. Clippers............... 11/5/94 41 Clifford Robinson vs. Minnesota............... 1/7/96 41 Brandon Roy vs. Denver ...................... 12/25/09 41 Brandon Roy at Golden State ................ 3/11/10 40 Jim Barnett vs. New York........................ 11/8/70 40 Geoff Petrie at Seattle.............................. 1/1/71 40 Geoff Petrie at San Diego ........................ 3/7/71 40 Geoff Petrie at Atlanta.......................... 11/15/73 40 Billy Ray Bates at San Diego ................. 3/29/81 40 *Mychal Thompson at Kansas City ............ 4/3/81 40 Jim Paxson vs. Houston ......................... 1/15/85 40 Steve Johnson at Cleveland................. 11/26/86 40 Kiki Vandeweghe at San Antonio ........... 12/9/86 40 Clyde Drexler vs. San Antonio ............. 12/20/87 40 Terry Porter at Golden State .................. 3/18/88 40 Clyde Drexler vs. Sacramento................ 4/23/89 40 Terry Porter at Golden State ................ 11/14/92 40 Clifford Robinson at Utah ....................... 4/15/93 40 Isaiah Rider vs. Boston .......................... 2/16/97 40 Zach Randolph at Charlotte ..................... 2/9/07 40 LaMarcus Aldridge vs. San Antonio ......... 2/1/11 40 Gerald Wallace at Oklahoma City .......... 3/27/11

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Career Leaders Games Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler ..................... 867 Kersey...................... 831 Porter ....................... 758 C. Robinson ............. 644 Paxson..................... 627 Steele ...................... 610 Williams ................... 557 M. Thompson ........... 551 Wallace .................... 544 Stoudamire .............. 529

Minutes Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler ................ 29,526 Porter .................. 23,978 Kersey................. 21,400 C. Robinson ........ 19,839 Wallace ............... 19,309 M. Thompson ...... 18,913 Paxson................ 18,398 Aldridge ............. 17,962 Stoudamire ......... 17,497 Williams .............. 17,130

Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler ................ 18,040 Porter .................. 11,330 C. Robinson ........ 10,405 Kersey................. 10,067 Paxson................ 10,003 Petrie .................... 9,732 Aldridge ............... 9,298 M.Thompson.......... 9,215 Wallace ................. 9,119 Wicks .................... 8,882

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Porter .................... 5,319 Drexler .................. 4,933 Stoudamire ........... 3,018 Strickland .............. 2,573 Petrie .................... 2,057 Paxson.................. 2,007 M. Thompson ........ 1,848 Kersey................... 1,762 Steele ................... 1,719 Wicks .................... 1,647

FGs Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Drexler .................. 6,889 Porter .................... 4,101 Paxson.................. 4,058 Kersey................... 3,981 Petrie .................... 3,970 C. Robinson .......... 3,936 Aldridge ............... 3,810 M. Thompson ........ 3,777 Wallace ................. 3,634 Wicks .................... 3,502

FGs Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler ................ 14,425 C. Robinson .......... 8,820 Petrie .................... 8,719 Porter .................... 8,506 Kersey................... 8,361 Paxson.................. 8,075 Aldridge ............... 7,727 Wicks .................... 7,605 M. Thompson ........ 7,476 Wallace ................. 7,305

FTs Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler .................. 4,816 Porter .................... 3,020 C. Robinson .......... 3,004 Kersey................... 2,963 Wicks .................... 2,634 M. Thompson ........ 2,596 Paxson.................. 2,239 Petrie .................... 2,225 Aldridge ............... 2,117 Wallace ................. 2,074

FG Percentage

FT Percentage

(1,000 FGs made minimum)

(500 FTs made minimum)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Williams ................. .550 Natt ........................ .543 S. Johnson ............. .540 Vandeweghe .......... .526 Carr ....................... .524 Owens ................... .520 Gross ..................... .514 Walton .................... .510 M. Thompson .......... .505 Paxson.................... .503

3-pt. FGs Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Porter ....................... 773 Stoudamire .............. 717 Batum ..................... 506 C. Robinson ............. 492 Drexler ..................... 464 Matthews ................ 452 Blake........................ 415 Webster ................... 403 Fernandez ............... 373 R. Wallace................ 373

3-pt. FGs Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Porter .................... 2,006 Stoudamire ........... 1,998 Drexler .................. 1,531 C. Robinson .......... 1,408 Batum .................. 1,360 Matthews ............. 1,140 Wallace ................. 1,112 Webster ................ 1,082 Fernandez ............ 1,025 Blake..................... 1,017

FTs Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Drexler .................. 3,798 Porter .................... 2,555 Kersey................... 2,071 C. Robinson .......... 2,041 Wicks .................... 1,878 Paxson.................. 1,800 Petrie .................... 1,792 M. Thompson ........ 1,661 Aldridge ............... 1,657 Vandeweghe ......... 1,547

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Vandeweghe .......... .881 S. Smith .................. .870 Jack ........................ .853 Porter ..................... .846 Stoudamire ............. .846 D. Anderson ............ .843 Batum .................... .840 Matthews ............... .835 McKenzie ............... .834 Twardzik................. .823

Total Rebounds 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler .................. 5,339 Kersey................... 5,078 M. Thompson ........ 4,878 Williams ................ 4,861 Wicks .................... 4,086 Aldridge ............... 3,943 Wallace ................. 3,797 Sabonis ................ 3,436 L. Neal .................. 3,370 C. Robinson .......... 3,352

Offensive RBs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler .................. 2,227 Kersey................... 1,900 Williams ................ 1,694 M. Thompson ........ 1,489 Aldridge ............... 1,393 Duckworth ............ 1,163 C. Robinson .......... 1,067 Randolph ................. 946 Gross ....................... 908 Wallace .................... 905

Defensive RBs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

M. Thompson ........ 3,389 Kersey................... 3,178 Williams ................ 3,167 Drexler .................. 3,112 Wallace ................. 2,892 Sabonis ................ 2,702 Aldridge ............... 2,550 C. Robinson .......... 2,285 Walton .................. 2,269 Duckworth ............ 2,164

Blocked Shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

M. Thompson ........... 768 C. Robinson ............. 726 Wallace .................... 693 Przybilla ................... 623 Kersey...................... 622 Drexler ..................... 594 Walton ..................... 533 Aldridge .................. 522 Sabonis ................... 494 Cooper..................... 425

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler .................. 1,795 Porter .................... 1,182 Kersey................... 1,059 Paxson..................... 857 Steele ...................... 846 C. Robinson ............. 696 Hollins...................... 598 Gross ....................... 593 Stoudamire .............. 556 Wallace .................... 555

Personal Fouls 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler .................. 2,699 Kersey................... 2,638 C. Robinson .......... 2,052 Steele ................... 1,832 Duckworth ............ 1,753 Williams ................ 1,726 M. Thompson ........ 1,696 Wallace ................. 1,629 Porter .................... 1,489 Aldridge ............... 1,424

DisqualiďŹ cations 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Steele ........................ 45 Kersey........................ 38 Owens ....................... 37 C. Robinson ............... 37 Drexler ....................... 32 Gross ......................... 29 Duckworth ................. 27 M. Thompson ............. 25 S. Johnson ................. 23 Aldridge .................... 21

Consecutive Games Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

C. Robinson .............461 Porter .......................198 Williams ...................196 Owens .....................188 R. Brewer .................179

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Trail Blazers' Yearly NBA Rankings 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

29 18 21 27 38 37 49 58 45 38 45 42 46 48 42 40 49 53 39 59 63 57 51 47 44 44 49 46 35 59 50 49 50 41 27 21 32 41 54 50 48 28 33 1842

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15 17 15-T 16 12-T 14 4-T 1 11 13 8-T 13-T 9 6 9-T 11 7 5-T 17 2-T 1 2 7 11-T 12 13 11 12 3 2 10-T 8-T 5-T 14-T 26 30 24-T 15-T 5-T 9-T 10 20 21

18 14 13 22 28 26 35 36 33 26 30 27 31 33 30 27 34 33 28 35 36 33 30 30 25 26 29 26 22 30 28 30 27 25 18 15 18 28 34 26 30 20 22 1166

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22 26 28 19 13 15 6 5 8 15 11 14 10 8 11 14 7 8 13 6 5 8 11 11 15 15 12 15 3 11 13 11 14 16 23 26 23 13 7 15 11 13 19 571

15 15 16 12-T 8-T 11-T 3 2 2 12-T 6-T 10 5-T 1-T 6 9-T 5 5-T 17 4-T 1 5 8 11 11-T 9-T 10-T 13-T 1-T 8-T 14-T 5-T 13-T 16-T 26-T 27-T 26-T 11 4 13 5-T 16-T 19-T

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15 17 15 17 14-T 14 7-T 1 13-T 12-T 11-T 14-T 12-T 8 13-T 11-T 10-T 3-T 15 2-T 1 2-T 7 13 11-T 9-T 10-T 10-T 6-T 2 6-T 10-T 4-T 10-T 24 30 18-T 18-T 8-T 5 11-T 27 20-T

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*NEUTRAL COURT GAMES & LOCATIONS 11/21/70 at Seattle ................................PORTLAND 112, Buffalo 108 12/18/70 at San Diego .............. SAN FRANCISCO 122, Portland 118 12/19/70 at San Francisco ..................SAN DIEGO 118, Portland 108 1/5/71 at Philadelphia ..............................Portland 124, BOSTON 120 (Official home team in CAPS)

3/3/71 at Boston ..................................Philadelphia 120, PORTLAND 104 3/9/72 at Seattle ........................................Houston 114, PORTLAND 111 11/4/94 at Yokohama, Japan.................Portland 121, L.A. CLIPPERS 100 11/5/94 at Yokohama, Japan ................. PORTLAND 112, L.A. Clippers 95

CAUGHT STEALING --- Once steals became an official NBA statistic starting with the 1973-74 season, the Trail Blazers recorded at least one steal in 2,575 consecutive games. The streak came to an end on March 22, 2005, when the Trail Blazers recorded zero thefts in a 112-93 loss at Sacramento.

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Year-By-Year Team Stats - Offense YEAR

FG

FGA

Pct.

3FG

3A

Pct.

FT

FTA

Pct.

REB

AST

PF

PTS

Avg.

'70-71 ’71-72 ’72-73 ’73-74 ’74-75 ’75-76 ’76-77 ’77-78 ’78-79 ’79-80 ’80-81 ’81-82 ’82-83 ’83-84 ’84-85 ’85-86 ’86-87 ’87-88 ’88-89 ’89-90 ’90-91 ’91-92 ’92-93 '93-94 '94-95 '95-96 '96-97 '97-98 '98-99 '99-00 '00-01 '01-02 '02-03 '03-04 '04-05 '05-06 '06-07 '07-08 '08-09 '09-10 '10-11 '11-12 '12-13

3721 3462 3588 3585 3414 3417 3623 3556 3541 3408 3741 3629 3459 3632 3708 3610 3650 3661 3695 3572 3577 3476 3361 3371 3217 3064 3000 2885 1747 3021 3004 3004 2987 2898 2896 2791 2874 2935 3018 2974 2951 2402 3009

8562 7840 7842 7684 7113 7292 7537 7367 7338 7167 7535 7187 7124 7189 7374 7281 7249 7460 7795 7547 7369 7352 7343 7427 7134 6688 6465 6397 3956 6430 6417 6671 6491 6467 6422 6267 6392 6546 6494 6453 6599 5417 6715

.435 .442 .458 .467 .480 .469 .480 .483 .483 .476 .496 .505 .486 .505 .503 .496 .504 .491 .474 .473 .485 .473 .458 .454 .451 .458 .464 .451 .442 .470 .468 .450 .460 .448 .451 .445 .450 .448 .465 .461 .447 .443 .448

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 26 25 29 35 25 51 74 98 117 216 228 341 325 275 272 462 480 501 324 246 407 369 466 379 381 420 364 426 538 596 491 518 478 673

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 132 148 140 105 129 202 275 339 380 645 688 904 944 843 770 1266 1358 1401 1047 675 1128 1057 1318 1150 1102 1161 1042 1232 1426 1555 1388 1503 1382 1904

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— .197 .125 .207 .233 .194 .252 .269 .289 .308 .335 .331 .377 .344 .326 .353 .365 .353 .358 .309 .364 .361 .349 .354 .330 .346 .362 .349 .346 .377 .383 .354 .345 .346 .353

2025 1835 1531 1591 1680 1699 1917 1717 1806 1560 1573 1719 1855 1988 2002 2142 2269 2079 1789 2031 1912 1858 1901 1781 1555 1537 1613 1640 1002 1542 1447 1451 1450 1263 1409 1339 1543 1412 1521 1606 1476 1133 1304

2671 2494 2129 2112 2265 2350 2515 2259 2362 2100 2191 2387 2512 2637 2667 2799 2928 2701 2416 2734 2538 2463 2551 2396 2230 2321 2261 2226 1349 2029 1899 1901 1947 1728 1944 1944 2006 1841 1988 2033 1835 1423 1680

.758 .736 .719 .753 .742 .723 .762 .760 .765 .743 .718 .720 .738 .754 .751 .765 .775 .770 .740 .743 .753 .754 .745 .743 .697 .662 .713 .737 .743 .760 .762 .763 .745 .731 .725 .689 .769 .767 .765 .790 .804 .796 .776

4210 3996 3928 3852 3807 3959 3963 3873 3691 3703 3631 3497 3560 3445 3500 3469 3593 3742 3765 3907 3763 3843 3733 3762 3795 3737 3552 3608 2216 3526 3441 3529 3370 3416 3374 3089 3222 3339 3420 3296 3226 2684 3348

2227 2090 2102 2106 2209 2094 1990 2067 1946 1898 2244 2054 2030 2082 2225 2180 2359 3307 2212 2085 2254 2065 1969 2070 1846 1760 1710 1766 1073 1925 1963 1926 1860 1768 1722 1490 1513 1733 1667 1674 1736 1349 1784

2024 1873 1970 2050 2055 2091 2220 2068 2187 1956 2034 2012 1960 2134 1957 2205 2082 2091 2026 2048 1975 1983 1892 1827 2024 1859 1928 1859 1126 1865 1745 1613 1634 1554 1703 1828 1931 1642 1671 1715 1585 1251 1518

9467 8759 8707 8761 8508 8533 9163 8829 8888 8402 9080 9006 8808 9277 9469 9436 9667 9518 9395 9365 9407 9135 8898 8795 8451 8145 8114 7734 4742 7991 7824 7925 7803 7440 7621 7285 7717 7820 8153 8045 7896 6415 7995

115.5 106.8 106.2 106.8 103.8 104.1 111.7 107.7 108.4 102.5 110.7 109.8 107.4 113.1 115.5 115.1 117.9 116.1 114.6 114.2 114.7 111.4 108.5 107.3 103.1 99.3 99.0 94.3 94.8 97.5 95.4 96.6 95.2 90.7 92.9 88.8 94.1 95.4 99.4 98.1 96.3 97.2 97.5

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FG

FGA

Pct.

3FG 3A

Pct.

FT

FTA

Pct.

REB

AST

PF

PTS

Avg.

’70-71 ’71-72 ’72-73 ’73-74 ’74-75 ’75-76 ’76-77 ’77-78 ’78-79 ’79-80 ’80-81 ’81-82 ’82-83 ’83-84 ’84-85 ’85-86 ’86-87 ’87-88 ’88-89 ’89-90 ’90-91 ’91-92 ’92-93 '93-94 '94-95 '95-96 '96-97 '97-98 '98-99 '99-00 '00-01 '01-02 '02-03 '03-04 '04-05 '05-06 '06-07 '07-08 '08-09 '09-10 '10-11 '11-12 '12-13

3900 3841 3709 3664 3379 3405 3408 3289 3448 3349 3584 3637 3503 3566 3697 3637 3649 3492 3572 3351 3320 3249 3337 3311 2951 2953 2798 2810 1644 2825 2819 2951 2942 2954 3056 3032 2962 2983 2899 2950 2904 2476 3224

8333 7906 7780 7571 7502 7531 7404 7318 7059 7008 7351 7293 7211 6943 7494 7249 7523 7341 7322 7227 7275 7150 7125 7057 6465 6677 6423 6520 3939 6557 6436 6508 6540 6567 6842 6472 6292 6616 6302 6352 6218 5349 6807

.468 .486 .477 .484 .450 .452 .460 .449 .488 .478 .488 .499 .486 .514 .493 .502 .485 .476 .488 .464 .456 .454 .468 .469 .456 .442 .436 .431 .417 .431 .438 .453 .450 .450 .447 .468 .471 .451 .460 .464 .467 .463 .474

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 55 34 54 55 57 59 83 116 141 198 190 236 244 277 296 442 472 457 373 220 394 406 466 438 417 440 498 467 533 487 480 529 442 521

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— .296 .264 .262 .293 .277 .254 .335 .276 .305 .363 .336 .323 .303 .342 .357 .372 .348 .357 .343 .318 .330 .368 .363 .341 .341 .343 .381 .361 .356 .374 .343 .367 .363 .340

2037 1875 1800 1825 1714 1825 1889 1747 1889 1716 1805 1629 1572 1797 1737 1992 1996 2022 1933 1917 1819 1797 1692 1661 1794 1574 1719 1626 916 1422 1436 1312 1267 1219 1397 1498 1678 1401 1430 1394 1434 1062 1286

2758 2499 2327 2299 2178 2333 2514 2282 2501 2281 2377 2149 2046 2366 2269 2638 2589 2632 2504 2500 2341 2367 2226 2216 2380 2127 2327 2253 1263 1985 1930 1771 1659 1618 1851 1971 2157 1828 1780 1870 1869 1421 1690

.739 .750 .774 .794 .787 .782 .751 .766 .755 .752 .759 .758 .768 .760 .766 .755 .771 .768 .772 .767 .777 .759 .760 .750 .754 .740 .739 .722 .725 .716 .744 .741 .764 .753 .755 .760 .778 .766 .803 .745 .767 .747 .761

4885 4439 4236 3875 3779 3778 3707 3710 3430 3496 3668 3588 3490 3244 3604 3541 3487 3553 3542 3412 3433 3433 3549 3497 3178 3248 3149 3212 2004 3198 3184 3218 3204 3308 3461 3474 3197 3422 2976 3123 3253 2792 3479

2267 2312 2271 2308 2090 1920 1817 1818 1963 2008 2109 2114 2072 2119 2235 2254 2189 2154 2073 2026 2048 1980 2059 2094 1789 1817 1703 1764 962 1705 1745 1945 1863 1912 1923 1737 1703 1714 1590 1583 1573 1392 1944

2035 1903 1885 1961 2085 2128 2242 2093 2206 1880 1932 2142 2232 2184 2160 2262 2228 2135 1960 2086 2075 1957 2089 1944 1938 1996 1887 1823 1142 1872 1738 1651 1670 1534 1670 1704 1750 1656 1733 1767 1743 1306 1537

9837 9557 9218 9153 8472 8635 8705 8325 8785 8469 9007 8957 8633 8986 9190 9349 9410 9147 9275 8847 8695 8539 8643 8579 8138 7972 7772 7619 4424 7466 7480 7680 7589 7544 7949 8060 8069 7900 7715 7774 7771 6456 8255

120.0 116.5 112.4 111.6 103.3 105.3 106.2 101.5 107.1 103.3 109.8 109.2 105.3 109.6 112.1 114.0 114.8 111.5 113.1 107.9 106.0 104.1 105.4 104.6 99.2 97.0 94.8 92.9 88.5 91.0 91.2 93.7 92.5 92.0 96.9 98.3 98.4 96.3 94.1 94.8 94.8 97.8 100.7

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Yearly Winning, Losing Streaks Longest Overall Winning Streak

Longest Home Winning Streak

Longest Road Winning Streak

Longest Overall Losing Streak

Longest Home Losing Streak

Longest Road Losing Streak

1970-71 .......... 3 1970-71 .......... 9 1970-71 .......... 5 1970-71 .......... 5 1970-71 .......... 5 1970-71 ........ 13 1971-72 .......... 1 1971-72 ........13* 1971-72 .......... 2 1971-72 .......... 3 1971-72 .......... 6 1971-72 ........ 19 1972-73 .......... 2 1972-73 .......... 9 1972-73 .......... 3 1972-73 .......... 3 1972-73 .......... 6 1972-73 ........ 11 1973-74 .......... 2 1973-74 .......... 9 1973-74 .......... 4 1973-74 .......... 3 1973-74 .......... 4 1973-74 ........21* 1974-75 .......... 2 1974-75 .......... 6 1974-75 ........ 10 1974-75 .......... 6 1974-75 .......... 3 1974-75 .......... 8 1975-76 .......... 3 1975-76 .......... 4 1975-76 .......... 6 1975-76 .......... 7 1975-76 .......... 4 1975-76 .......... 5 1976-77 .......... 3 1976-77 .......... 5 1976-77 ........ 15 1976-77 .......... 6 1976-77 .......... 3 1976-77 .......... 6 1977-78 .......... 4 1977-78 .......... 5 1977-78 ........26* 1977-78 .......... 8 1977-78 .......... 2 1977-78 .......... 6 1978-79 .......... 4 1978-79 .......... 6 1978-79 ........ 10 1978-79 .......... 5 1978-79 .......... 1 1978-79 .......... 7 1979-80 .......... 3 1979-80 ........ 10 1979-80 .......... 6 1979-80 .......... 9 1979-80 .......... 3 1979-80 ........ 12 1980-81 .......... 5 1980-81 .......... 5 1980-81 .......... 7 1980-81 .......... 9 1980-81 .......... 2 1980-81 ........ 13 1981-82 .......... 3 1981-82 .......... 5 1981-82 .......... 6 1981-82 .......... 7 1981-82 .......... 3 1981-82 .......... 5 1982-83 .......... 2 1982-83 .......... 4 1982-83 ........ 15 1982-83 .......... 6 1982-83 .......... 2 1982-83 .......... 5 1983-84 .......... 4 1983-84 .......... 5 1983-84 .......... 9 1983-84 .......... 8 1983-84 .......... 3 1983-84 .......... 6 1984-85 .......... 2 1984-85 .......... 7 1984-85 ........ 11 1984-85 .......... 5 1984-85 .......... 4 1984-85 .......... 8 1985-86 .......... 4 1985-86 ........ 12 1985-86 .......... 8 1985-86 .......... 4 1985-86 .......... 5 1985-86 ........ 13 1986-87 .......... 3 1986-87 .......... 4 1986-87 ........ 12 1986-87 .......... 5 1986-87 .......... 2 1986-87 .......... 5 1987-88 .......... 5 1987-88 .......... 5 1987-88 ........ 11 1987-88 .......... 9 1987-88 .......... 2 1987-88 .......... 4 1988-89 .......... 3 1988-89 .......... 6 1988-89 ........ 12 1988-89 .......... 4 1988-89 .......... 4 1988-89 .......... 9 1989-90 .......... 6 1989-90 .......... 3 1989-90 ........ 12 1989-90 ........ 10 1989-90 .......... 1 1989-90 .......... 4 1990-91 ..........9* 1990-91 .......... 4 1990-91 ........ 13 1990-91 ........16* 1990-91 .......... 2 1990-91 .......... 2 1991-92 .......... 4 1991-92 .......... 3 1991-92 ........ 13 1991-92 .......... 7 1991-92 .......... 2 1991-92 .......... 3 1992-93 .......... 3 1992-93 .......... 4 1992-93 .......... 7 1992-93 .......... 8 1992-93 .......... 4 1992-93 .......... 3 1993-94 .......... 3 1993-94 .......... 4 1993-94 ........ 11 1993-94 .......... 6 1993-94 .......... 3 1993-94 .......... 5 1994-95 .......... 3 1994-95 .......... 4 1994-95 .......... 6 1994-95 .......... 4 1994-95 .......... 3 1994-95 .......... 6 1995-96 .......... 3 1995-96 .......... 6 1995-96 ........ 11 1995-96 .......... 7 1995-96 .......... 6 1995-96 .......... 7 1996-97 .......... 4 1996-97 .......... 5 1996-97 .......... 9 1996-97 ........ 11 1996-97 .......... 2 1996-97 .......... 6 1997-98 .......... 4 1997-98 .......... 5 1997-98 .......... 6 1997-98 .......... 5 1997-98 .......... 3 1997-98 .......... 4 1998-99 .......... 6 1998-99 .......... 2 1998-99 ........ 17 1998-99 .......... 8 1998-99 .......... 1 1998-99 .......... 3 1999-00 .......... 5 1999-00 .......... 3 1999-00 ........ 16 1999-00 ........ 11 1999-00 .......... 4 1999-00 .......... 2 2000-01 .......... 5 2000-01 .......... 5 2000-01 ........ 10 2000-01 ........ 10 2000-01 .......... 3 2000-01 .......... 3 2001-02 .......... 6 2001-02 .......... 6 2001-02 .......... 8 2001-02 ........ 12 2001-02 .......... 3 2001-02 .......... 4 2002-03 .......... 5 2002-03 .......... 3 2002-03 .......... 4 2002-03 .......... 8 2002-03 .......... 2 2002-03 .......... 3 2003-04 .......... 4 2003-04 .......... 5 2003-04 .......... 6 2003-04 .......... 5 2003-04 .......... 4 2003-04 ........ 10 2004-05 .......... 2 2004-05 .......... 7 2004-05 .......... 4 2004-05 .......... 3 2004-05 ........ 6 2004-05 ........ 10 2005-06 .......... 2 2005-06 ........ 11 2005-06 .......... 4 2005-06 .......... 4 2005-06 .......... 5 2005-06 ........ 16 2006-07 .......... 3 2006-07 .......... 5 2006-07 .......... 4 2006-07 .......... 5 2006-07 .......... 4 2006-07 .......... 5 2007-08 .......... 3 2007-08 .......... 5 2007-08 ........ 12 2007-08 ........ 13 2007-08 .......... 3 2007-08 .......... 9 2008-09 .......... 3 2008-09 .......... 3 2008-09 ........ 12 2008-09 .......... 5 2008-09 .......... 6 2008-09 .......... 2 2009-10 .......... 5 2009-10 .......... 3 2009-10 .......... 6 2009-10 .......... 4 2009-10 .......... 6 2009-10 .......... 2 2010-11 .......... 7 2010-11 .......... 6 2010-11 .......... 8 2010-11 .......... 4 2010-11 .......... 6 2010-11 .......... 2 2011-12 .......... 1 2011-12 .......... 7 2011-12 .......... 6 2011-12 .......... 6 2011-12 .......... 3 2011-12 .......... 4 2012-13 .......... 2 2012-13 ........13* 2012-13 ..........8* 2012-13 .......... 7 2012-13 .......... 9 2012-13 .......... 5 Longest home winning streak over two seasons: 34 straight from 1976-77 to 1977-78. Longest road winning streak over two seasons: 12 straight from 1989-90 to 1990-91. Longest road losing streak over two seasons: 24 in a row from 1971-72 to 1972-73.

20 Points-20 Rebounds Club LeROY ELLIS (3) Points 10/27/70 Buffalo .............................. 25 11/29/70 at Milwaukee .................... 27 2/20/71 Philadelphia ..................... 33 GARY GREGOR (1) 2/5/71 San Francisco .................. 24 SIDNEY WICKS (6) 1/28/72 Golden State .................... 25 2/19/72 L.A. Lakers ....................... 23 3/17/72 Golden State .................... 27 12/19/72 at Chicago........................ 31 1/5/73 Philadelphia ..................... 24 2/26/75 at L.A. Lakers ................... 21 LLOYD NEAL (1) 2/17/73 L.A. Lakers ....................... 20 BILL WALTON (8) 11/03/74 Golden State .................... 20 12/4/75 at Atlanta.......................... 24 1/11/76 at Atlanta.......................... 36 1/23/76 L.A. Lakers ....................... 27 1/24/76 at Golden State ................ 28 11/2/76 Atlanta.............................. 22 11/26/76 at L.A. Lakers ................... 26 12/18/76 L.A. Lakers ....................... 28

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MAURICE LUCAS (3) Points 12/18/76 L.A. Lakers ....................... 26 2/3/77 at Indiana ......................... 35 2/19/77 at Denver ......................... 35 MYCHAL THOMPSON (4) 11/3/78 San Diego ........................ 20 12/10/81 at Phoenix ........................ 21 4/16/81 Phoenix ............................ 25 12/2/82 at Seattle.......................... 22 SAM BOWIE (1) 4/7/85 at L.A. Lakers ................... 21 JEROME KERSEY (2) 2/12/88 Denver ............................. 34 3/3/89 Philadelphia ..................... 23 BUCK WILLIAMS (1) 12/16/90 Orlando ............................ 26 ARVYDAS SABONIS (2) 2/25/98 at Chicago........................ 21 3/12/98 Minnesota ........................ 28 BRIAN GRANT (1) 4/3/98 Dallas ............................... 20 ZACH RANDOLPH (1) 4/11/03 at Memphis ...................... 31 12/18/03 Phoenix ............................ 29 LAMARCUS ALDRIDGE (2) 1/20/12 at Toronto ...................... 33 4/17/13 Golden State ................. 30

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Month-By-Month Records March 6-6 3-7 5-10 6-9 9-7 7-7 7-8 6-11 12-4 8-8 11-4 7-8 7-8 10-4 10-6 7-5 8-5 9-4 5-12 13-4 9-5 12-5 9-8 7-9 7-10 11-3 13-2 7-8 15-3 7-7 7-7 11-5 7-7 9-6 2-14 2-13 5-10 7-8 11-5 11-2 10-6 6-11 7-9 348-300 .537

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6-5 5-4 2-6 5-2 4-3 5-5 10-4 7-5 8-2 10-1 6-3 10-4 6-5 7-5 8-3 6-3 6-5 10-6 7-4 3-6 5-4 5-5 3-5 3-9 1-10 3-6 3-5 7-1 4-3 5-2 4-10 0-9 191-159 .546

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October November December January February 1970-71 ............4-5 5-13 3-10 5-11 6-8 1971-72 ............1-5 2-14 5-13 4-11 3-14 1972-73 ............1-8 5-8 3-14 4-10 3-11 1973-74 ............5-4 5-9 7-8 2-11 2-14 1974-75 ............3-4 9-6 3-9 7-8 4-10 1975-76 ............0-4 8-7 4-10 9-6 6-8 1976-77 ............3-1 9-5 11-6 11-5 3-8 1977-78 ............4-1 12-2 11-2 12-3 11-2 1978-79 ............4-4 9-6 5-6 5-9 8-5 1979-80 ............9-2 7-8 4-11 6-8 4-7 1980-81 ............3-6 4-12 13-2 7-7 7-6 1981-82 ............1-0 9-4 6-8 7-6 6-9 1982-83 ............0-2 9-7 9-5 9-4 7-6 1983-84 ............1-1 10-5 10-6 6-7 9-5 1984-85 ............2-0 8-8 4-9 6-9 7-6 1985-86 ............2-1 10-6 8-8 8-7 1-12 1986-87 ............0-1 8-8 11-3 8-7 9-4 1987-88 ..................................7-5 10-5 8-5 9-6 1988-89 ..................................7-7 9-4 6-8 5-7 1989-90 ................................11-3 8-7 12-2 7-5 1990-91 ................................12-1 15-3 10-4 7-5 1991-92 ..................................9-6 10-4 11-3 9-4 1992-93 ..................................9-2 8-6 11-4 4-7 1993-94 ..................................8-5 9-6 8-6 9-4 1994-95 ..................................6-6 7-7 9-6 8-4 1995-96 ..................................7-8 5-9 9-6 4-9 1996-97 ................................10-6 6-9 9-6 5-7 1997-98 ............0-1 10-4 8-5 6-9 9-4 1998-99 .....................................................................................................9-3 1999-00 ................................13-3 9-4 11-3 12-2 2000-01 ............0-1 11-5 10-4 12-4 7-4 2001-02 ............1-1 8-6 4-9 11-4 9-4 2002-03 ............1-1 6-7 11-4 11-4 9-4 2003-04 ............0-1 8-6 7-8 6-9 8-6 2004-05 ..................................8-6 5-8 4-11 5-7 2005-06 ..................................5-9 5-10 6-8 2-11 2006-07 ................................6-10 7-8 7-9 4-7 2007-08 ............0-1 5-10 13-2 8-6 5-9 2008-09 ............1-1 11-5 8-6 9-5 7-5 2009-10 ............1-2 11-5 9-6 7-8 7-6 2010-11 ............3-0 5-9 9-7 8-6 8-4 2011-12.........................................................3-0 9-9 6-8 2012-13 ............1-0 5-10 9-4 8-8 3-9 51-58 327-272 321-275 332-282 273-286 .468 .546 .539 .541 .488

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All-Time Triple-Doubles Pts-Reb-Ast JIM BARNETT (1) 12/1/70 San Diego ................. 27 - 10 - 12

DALE SCHLUETER (2) 12/14/71 L.A. Lakers ................ 20 - 19 - 10 1/11/72 Baltimore................... 16 - 17 - 10 SIDNEY WICKS (7) 10/21/72 Golden State ............. 28 - 10 - 12 11/17/72 Golden State ............. 25 - 16 - 10 11/25/72 at Philadelphia .......... 30 - 14 - 10 1/7/73 Detroit ....................... 19 - 18 - 10 1/1/74 Buffalo ....................... 26 - 10 - 14 3/24/74 Milwaukee ................. 22 - 16 - 10 10/25/75 Phoenix ..................... 21 - 18 - 10 JOHN JOHNSON (2) 12/13/73 at Phoenix ................. 17 - 10 - 11 4/4/75 K.C.-Omaha .............. 23 - 11 - 11 LARRY STEELE (1) 11/16/74 L.A. Lakers ............... 12 - 11 - 10* BILL WALTON (5) 1/28/75 Phoenix ..................... 12 - 13 - 11 11/29/75 Buffalo ....................... 14 - 10 - 10 1/20/76 at New York ............... 21 - 19 - 10 12/6/77 at Cleveland .............. 22 - 10 - 10 4/22/77 Denver (PO) .............. 19 - 16 - 10

Pts-Reb-Ast MYCHAL THOMPSON (2) 4/5/83 L.A. Lakers ................ 24 - 12 - 11 1/6/84 Denver ...................... 24 - 16 - 11

CLYDE DREXLER (21) 3/1/85 Cleveland .................. 19 - 10 - 10 3/5/85 at Atlanta................... 13 - 11 - 10 12/30/85 San Antonio .............. 23 - 15 - 11 4/23/85 Dallas (PO) ............... 20 - 10 - 10 5/3/85 L.A. Lakers (PO) ....... 18 - 11 - 14 1/3/86 Phoenix ..................... 18 - 10 - 10 1/10/86 at Milwaukee ............. 26 - 11 - 10** 3/1/86 Houston .................... 24 - 12 - 13 11/14/86 L.A. Clippers.............. 24 - 12 - 11 3/12/87 at L.A. Lakers ............ 30 - 10 - 10 4/17/87 Utah .......................... 29 - 12 - 10 1/4/89 at L.A. Lakers ............ 33 - 11 - 10 2/24/89 at Cleveland .............. 18 - 11 - 12 2/26/89 at Miami .................... 26 - 11 - 10 4/4/89 Detroit ....................... 25 - 13 - 10 3/7/90 at Boston................... 39 - 11 - 12 11/13/90 Denver ...................... 39 - 11 - 12 1/15/91 Minnesota ................. 32 - 10 - 11 2/26/91 at San Antonio .......... 11 - 14 - 11 4/20/91 L.A. Clippers.............. 20 - 13 - 10 5/12/91 at Utah ...................... 15 - 11 - 10

Pts-Reb-Ast TERRY PORTER (7) 2/5/87 L.A. Lakers ................ 18 - 10 - 13 3/5/87 at Seattle................... 14 - 11 - 10 12/26/87 at Cleveland .............. 15 - 10 - 14 2/14/88 Houston .................... 13 - 10 - 13 12/16/88 at Phoenix ................. 17 - 13 - 15 12/27/88 at Sacramento .......... 12 - 10 - 13 4/1/89 L.A. Clippers.............. 10 - 10 - 15

JEROME KERSEY (1) 2/4/89 San Antonio .............. 14 - 10 - 10 ROD STRICKLAND (2) 11/22/92 Detroit ....................... 11 - 10 - 13 2/15/95 at Phoenix ................. 26 - 11 - 18 DAMON STOUDAMIRE (3) 4/6/01 at Golden State ......... 15 - 10 - 10 4/6/05 Golden State ............. 15 - 10 - 10 4/15/05 at Golden State ......... 18 - 12 - 11 BRANDON ROY (1) 2/1/08 New York ................... 20 - 10 - 11 NICOLAS BATUM (2) 1/21/13 Detroit ....................... 12 - 10 - 11 1/26/13 L.A. Clippers.............. 20 - 10 - 12

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Yearly Offensive Rankings YEAR 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 ’87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

FG 5 13 12 6 9 12 7 11 15 19 3 7 18 8 6 8 3 3 5 3 4 8 11 4 8T 14 9T 19 11 13 9 10 9 12 20 25 27 27 15 27 25 18 18

FGA Pct. 2 15 8 14 11 8 11 4 16 1 16 5 12 5T 19 5 19T 11T 18 14 3 7 13 4T 20 12 15 4 8 6 9 6 13 3 3 4T 3 13T 3 18T 3 8T 6 13T 1 23 1 22 2 19 7 19 15 9 21 15 12 13T 25 1 24 2 13 9 22 5 19 5 22 12 25 23 23 23 23 20 23 8 26 15 19 24 13 17 11 16

FT FTA 8 10 11 10 12 6 12 8 6 3 7 5 3 4 12 14 10 10 20 18 20 19 11 6T 6 6 4 4 4 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 14T 8 3 2 6 4 4 3 4 1 2 3 18 14 18 6 9T 6 12 8 10 10 17 18 22 23 15 18 20 17 28 28 29 28 28 27 18 21 24 26 20 16 9 12 18 28 11 17T 22T 24

Pct. 3 13T 16 15 15T 16 7 8 9 17T 21 20 11 15T 17 10 8 11 21 23 18 7 18 11 26 29 26 19 9T 10 9 11 20 23 25 30 8 13 17 3 3 2 7

ORB DRB — — — — — — 7 14 14 7 12 4 8 6 13T 7 7T 12 8 13 7 12 14 15 15 18 4 22 9 20 11 19 15 11 4 4T 2 15T 2 4 11 4 3 5 7 8 1 7 1 5 7 2 10 3 11 2 13 3 19 10 18 16 6 16 13 25 10 26 18 20 18 30 14 29 18 23 1 27 14 28 4 30 18 22T 23 18

RB 13 13 15 10 10 7 8 9 11 9 12 17 19 14 14 20 15 3 2T 1 5 2 4 3 2 3 4 4 3 14 18 9 22 19 21 30 28 25 12T 26 27 25 24

AST 2 4 8 6T 1 3 9 11 18 21 5 13 18 16 9 9 3 6 7 11 1 9 20 9 16 21 20 17 10T 9 5 5T 8 13 18 28 30 18 19 21 16 17 18

PF 8 12 5 5 6 4 2 9 4 12 13 20 21 12 18 5 7 4 9T 4 9 4 14T 13 9 16 6 16T 18 19 20T 5 2 1 4 10 24 9 12 19 5 11 7

DQ 9T 8T 3T 10 7 7T 5 9T 3 14 8 14 15T 18T 11T 9T 2T 7T 8 8T 14 1T 10 25 14T 28 8T 24T 8 22T 23T 1T 1T 2T 6T 7 8T 9T 14T 13T 15T 2T 2T

ST BLK — — — — — — 1 9 4T 5 7 5 6 4 11 14 10 6 18 8 8 9 10 18 11T 19 3T 13 2 5 2 18 5 20 9 21 5 20 11 19 11 14 9 16 6 5 11 16 13 7 22 14 20 6 28 7 18 4 15 16 9T 16 6 22 3 24 18 8T 19 1 26T 10 25 17 30 21 25 13 25 24 5 21 11T 18 28 26

TO — — — 3T 1 1 7 15 8 10 13 16T 20 11 11 6 3 10 10 10 15 8 14 22 25 22 9 26T 16 16 18 18 19 14 27 21 14 6 8 2 4 11 16

FLIRTING WITH A QUAD --- Two Trail Blazers, Larry Steele and Clyde Drexler, came oh-so-close to joining a select group of four NBA players who have recorded quadruple doubles in a game. Steele was an assist shy of history when he had 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals and nine assists in a win over the Lakers on Nov. 16, 1974. Twelve years later, Drexler missed doing it by one rebound when he recorded 26 points, 11 assists, 10 steals and nine rebounds to lead the Trail Blazers to a victory over Milwaukee on Oct. 10, 1986. David Robinson had the NBA's last quadruple double on Feb. 17, 1994. Others who have scored quadruple doubles over the years are Nate Thurmond, Alvin Robertson and Hakeem Olajuwon.

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Trail Blazers In Overtime 12/20 Phila. L 132 -134 1/6 at Cincinnati L 128 -133 3/20 at Buffalo W 132 -129

1971-72 (2-3) 11/30 12/7 12/10 2/5 2/13

Phoenix at Detroit at Buffalo Phoenix Seattle

L W W L L

111 -121 131 -130 101 -100 117 -118 117 -127

1972-73 (1-1) 10/22 at Seattle 3/25 Buffalo

L 119 -120 W 113 -107

1973-74 (0-2) 12/21 Boston 2/19 at N.Y.

L 120 -124 L 116 -119

1974-75 (3-1)

10/18 11/19 1/25 2/28

Cleve. (4) Chicago at G.S. at Lakers (2)

W 131 -129 W 98 -92 L 109 -114 W 117 -116

1975-76 (2-0) 1/24 3/23

at G.S. Milw.

W 125 -123 W 100 -97

1976-77 (1-1) 11/24 Chicago 12/18 Lakers

W 117 -115 L 111 -115

1977-78 (2-0) 1/15 2/21

at Boston W 107 -93 at San Ant. W 118 -114

1978-79 (1-3) 12/28 2/16 2/25 3/5

at Phoenix L 127 -129 at San Ant. L 120 -121 at Detroit W 126 -119 Milw. L 110 -122

1979-80 (2-2) 11/4 12/1 12/6 3/19

San Ant. W 127 -124 at Houston L 112 -120 at Utah L 82 -87 at G.S. W 115 -113

1980-81 (5-2) 11/8 12/20 2/3 2/8 2/20 2/22 3/8

San Diego Atlanta Wash. K.C. at N.J. at Indiana G.S.

L W W W L W W

1981-82 (4-0) 1/3 3/2 3/19 4/11

K.C. Phoenix at Utah G.S.

W W W W

106 -110 122 -119 111 -104 129 -123 113 -123 113 -109 120 -112 127 -116 119 -108 131 -129 116 -106

1982-83 (1-2)

11/4 San Ant. L 107 -108 11/26 at Detroit L 118 -132 1/22 at Houston W 113 -96

1983-84 (1-1) 12/3 3/16

at N.J. W 128 -122 Chicago (4) L 155 -156

1984-85 (2-3)

11/1 11/20 3/6 3/26 4/7

Phoenix (3) N.J. at Wash. (2) Lakers at Lakers

L W L W L

1985-86 (4-2)

10/25 12/13 12/27 1/1 1/23 2/14

Phoenix at G.S. at Dallas Phila. Seattle (2) Boston

W W W L W L

1986-87 (5-0) 11/7 11/18 12/7 1/9 1/26

Dallas at Houston N.Y. at N.J. Denver

W W W W W

130 -139 117 -107 121 -127 116 -113 133 -135 128 -123 127 -124 142 -133 119 -121 117 -107 119 -120 120 -113 115 -111 107 -104 127 -120 145 -141

1987-88 (1-1) 3/17 4/22

at Denver Denver

L 115 -116 W 141 -135

1988-89 (4-1) 12/11 1/6 3/5 4/1 4/29

San Ant. Sac. (2) Indiana at Charlotte Sac.

W W L W W

1989-90 (3-2)

12/29 2/6 2/14 4/3 4/18

at Dallas (3) Lakers at Lakers (2) at Seattle at Phoenix

W L W L W

1990-91 (4-3) 11/3 11/6 12/1 1/11 2/26 3/10 3/29

at Sac. W at Lakers W at Seattle (3) W at Detroit L at San Ant. L Boston L at Lakers W

1991-92 (2-4) 11/26 11/29 12/6 1/19 1/28 3/15

Milw. W Chicago (2) L at Phila. L at Phoenix L at G.S. W at Boston (2) L

1992-93 (5-3) 12/11 12/26 1/3 1/14 3/19 3/25 3/29 4/15

Indiana (2) Phila. Houston Miami Houston at Sac. at Atlanta at Utah

L W W W W W L L

128 -123 147 -142 118 -121 125 -121 126 -120 144 -140 119 -121 132 -128 134 -136 128 -120 95 -93 125 -123 130 -124 98 -100 101 -102 109 -111 109 -105

at Phoenix

11/7 12/10 12/15 12/30 1/3 3/10

at Detroit Houston (2) at Van. at Clev. (2) at Boston Indiana (2)

100 -107 103 -101 100 -104 121 -124 114 -110 113 -108

1996-97 (2-5) 11/7 11/19 11/26 12/3 12/13 12/21 2/26

Minn. W 95 -94 Sac. W 92 -90 at Houston L 101 -102 Indiana L 93 -98 at Lakers L 119 -120 at Sac. L 99 -101 N.Y. L 95 -96

1997-98 (0-3)

11/14 Phoenix (4) L 139 -140 1/10 at Milw. L 90 -95 4/10 at Van. L 96 -105

1998-99 (3-2)

2/14 3/2 3/3 3/13 5/1

at G.S. (2) L 100 -105 Utah (2) W 102 -100 at Sac. W 97 -93 at Clippers W 106 -96 at San Ant. L 90 -98

1999-00 (3-1) 11/20 11/26 2/20 3/9

at Charlotte Houston at Sac. at Indiana

W 100 -96 W 91 -88 W 108 -103 L 119 -127

2000-01 (2-1)

11/19 at Orlando W 110 -102 12/28 at Utah W 103 -102 2/4 at Clippers (2) L 120 -123

2008-09 (1-4) 90 -92 116 -110 104 -103 106 -109 128 -120

11/3 12/14 12/28 1/22 1/24 2/11

at Lakers L 95 -98 at Minn. W 98 -92 at Sac. W 119 -113 at Atlanta (2) W 112 -110 at N.O. W 97 -96 San Ant. L 111 -116

2003-04 (6-5) 11/13 12/3 1/5 1/13 1/20 1/31 2/24 3/22 3/27 4/10 4/14

Sac. Indiana at Seattle at Clippers at Sac. Chicago at Orlando Houston Seattle at Denver Lakers (2)

W W L L W W W L W L L

12/10 at Utah 1/18 at Sac. 12/9 1/22

12/6 12/22 1/6 1/24 1/27 2/2 2/6 2/9 3/16 3/23

N.O./Okla. Dallas

at Milw. Toronto at Sac. Minnesota at Mem. (2) at Denver Phoenix at Charlotte at Lakers at Atlanta

W L

L L W W W L L W L W

2007-08 (5-2) 12/9 1/3 1/13 1/21 2/1 2/4 3/8

Milwaukee at Chi. (2) at Tor. (2) at Atlanta New York Denver at New York

W W L W W L W

Houston Clippers (2) at Charlotte at Cleveland Philadelphia

W 101 -99 L 112 -120 L 97 -102 L 92 -97 L 108 -114

11/16 12/12 1/22 1/30 2/21 2/26

at Atlanta at Mil. (2) at Boston at Dallas Utah at Chicago

L 95 -99 L 101 -108 L 95 -98 W 114 -112 L 89 -93 L 111-115

2010-11 (2-3) 112 -110 97 -95 108 -119 96 -103 109 -105 102 -95 94 -91 85 -93 115 -108 100 -110 104 -105

11/4 1/9 1/19 2/23 2/25

Okla. City L 106 -107 Miami L 100 -107 at Sac. W 94 -90 L.A. Lakers L 101 -106 Denver W 107 -106

2011-12 (1-3) 1/14 2/6 2/11 4/6

at Houston Okla. City at Dallas (2) at Dallas

L 105 -107 L 107 -111 L 94 -97 W 99 -97

2012-13 (5-1)

L 87 -92 L 107 -113

2005-06 (1-1)

11/6 12/12 1/17 3/19 3/23

2009-10 (1-5)

2002-03 (4-2)

2006-07 (5-5)

L 113 -120 L W L L W W

L W W L W

123 -134 121 -115 103 -101 104 -93 106 -98 113 -111 118 -127 117 -122

W 100 -93 L 106 -108 W 104 -103

1995-96 (3-3)

Miami Sac. at Milw. at Denver Lakers

2004-05 (0-2)

1994-95 (0-1) 2/15

1/17 1/22 3/2 3/9 4/14

107 -98 114 -116 102 -105 128 -132 124 -116 148 -152

1993-94 (2-1) 12/14 at Dallas 12/26 G.S. 1/18 at Denver

2001-02 (3-2)

98 -95 89 -95

11/3 11/16 12/1 12/3 1/7 1/15

at Houston Houston at Cle. (2) at Charlotte Orlando at Denver

W W W W W L

95 -85 119 -117 118 -117 118 -112 125 -119 111-115

RECORDS

1970-71 (1-2)

94 -102 100 -101 110 -105 101 -98 135 -132 107 -114 102 -109 108 -100 111 -116 102 -100 117 -113 115 -109 109 -116 111 -109 94 -88 103 -105 120 -114

The Overtime Chart G Overall ........... 196 Home........... 86 Away ......... 110 2 OTs ................ 23 Home............. 9 Away ........... 14 3 OTs .................. 3 Home............. 1 Away ............. 2 4 OTs .................. 3 Home............. 3 Away ............. 0

W 105 49 56 12 5 7 2 0 2 1 1 0

Last OT game 1/15/13........ at Denver Last 2 OT game 12/1/12........ at Cleveland Last 3 OT game 12/1/90........ at Seattle Last 4 OT game 11/14/97...... Phoenix

L 91 37 54 11 4 7 1 1 0 2 2 0

Pct. .536 .570 .509 .522 .556 .500 .667 .000 1.000 .333 .333 .000 L

111-115

W

118-117

W

130-124

L

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Trail Blazers In NBA's Top 10 SCORING

Rank Geoff Petrie................... 7th Geoff Petrie................... 7th Sidney Wicks .............. 10th Geoff Petrie................... 8th Kiki Vandeweghe .......... 6th Kiki Vandeweghe .......... 5th Clyde Drexler ................ 6th Clyde Drexler ................ 4th Clyde Drexler ................ 4th Brandon Roy ............... 10th LaMarcus Aldridge ..... 7th LaMarcus Aldridge ..... 9th

Year 1970-71 1972-73 1972-73 1973-74 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1991-92 2008-09 2011-12 2012-13

G 82 79 80 73 79 79 81 78 76 78 55 74

Pts. Avg. 2031 24.8 1970 24.9 1906 23.8 1771 24.3 1962 24.8 2122 26.9 2185 27.0 2123 27.2 1903 25.0 1765 22.6 1191 21.7 1560 21.1

FG Pct.

Year 1976-77 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1983-84 1986-87 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1996-97 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01 2000-01 2001-02 2004-05 2012-13

FG 376 491 381 600 421 325 515 500 494 413 358 340 385 394 380 361 466 542 387 590 319 319 418

FGA 711 930 720 1095 761 571 894 857 889 754 595 563 681 723 681 674 875 1045 726 1178 619 601 744

Pct. .529 .528 .529 .548 .553 .569 .576 .583 .556 .548 .602 .604 .565 .545 .558 .536 .533 .519 .533 .501 .515 .531 .562

Rank Year FT Stan McKenzie.............. 9th 1971-72 315 Dave Twardzik ............... 7th 1978-79 261 Billy Ray Bates............ 10th 1980-81 170 Kiki Vandeweghe ......... 2nd 1984-85 369 Jim Paxson ................... 4th 1985-86 217 Kiki Vandeweghe .......... 8th 1985-86 523 Kiki Vandeweghe .......... 7th 1986-87 467 Kiki Vandeweghe ........ 10th 1987-88 159 Terry Porter ................... 6th 1989-90 421 Terry Porter ................... 9th 1993-94 204 Steve Smith ................ 6th 2000-01 309 Damon Stoudamire....... 4th 2001-02 174 Damon Stoudamire..... 10th 2003-04 127 Damon Stoudamire....... 4th 2004-05 182 Jamal Crawford ..............1st 2011-12 191 Bold indicates current Trail Blazer *Includes games played with Houston Rockets ^Includes games played with Toronto Raptors +Includes games played with Atlanta Hawks #Includes games played with L.A. Clippers

FTA 379 299 199 412 244 602 527 181 472 234 347 196 145 199 206

Pct. .831 .873 .854 .896 .889 .869 .886 .878 .892 .872 .890 .888 .876 .914 .927

Rank Bob Gross..................... 6th Bill Walton ..................... 7thT Bob Gross..................... 8thT Tom Owens ................... 9thT Kermit Washington........ 8th Kermit Washington........ 6th Calvin Natt .................... 5th Calvin Natt .................... 5th Steve Johnson .............. 8th Buck Williams ............... 8thT Buck Williams ............... 1st Buck Williams ............... 1st *Otis Thorpe ................. 4th Arvydas Sabonis .......... 7th Rasheed Wallace .......... 3rd Gary Trent ....................10th Rasheed Wallace .......... 8th Rasheed Wallace .......... 5th Bonzi Wells ................... 2nd Rasheed Wallace .........10thT Ruben Patterson .......... 7th Ruben Patterson .......... 6th JJ Hickson .....................6th

FT Pct.

3-Point Pct.

Rank Kiki Vandeweghe ...........1st Drazen Petrovic ............ 3rd Terry Porter ................... 4th Danny Ainge ................. 6th Terry Porter ................... 7th Tracy Murray ..................1st James Jones ................ 3rd

Year 3FG 3FGA 1986-87 39 81 1989-90 34 74 1990-91 130 313 1990-91 102 251 1992-93 143 345 1993-94 50 109 2007-08 91 205

Pct. .481 .459 .415 .406 .414 .459 .444

REBOUNDS

Rank Bill Walton ......................1st Maurice Lucas .............. 9th Kermit Washington........ 9th Mychal Thompson ........ 4th Buck Williams ............. 10th Arvydas Sabonis .......... 9th Zach Randolph ............. 6th #Marcus Camby .......... 2nd JJ Hickson .................... 7th

Year 1976-77 1976-77 1979-80 1981-82 1989-90 1997-98 2003-04 2009-10 2012-13

G Reb. 65 934 79 899 80 842 79 921 82 800 73 729 81 851 74 871 80 828

Avg. 14.4 11.4 10.5 11.7 9.8 10.0 10.5 11.8 10.4

ASSISTS

Rank Kelvin Ransey ...............7thT Kelvin Ransey ............... 9th Clyde Drexler .............. 10th Terry Porter ................... 5th Terry Porter ................... 4th Terry Porter ................... 4th Terry Porter ...................7thT Rod Strickland .............. 6th Rod Strickland .............. 4th Rod Strickland .............. 4th ^Damon Stoudamire ..... 9th

Year 1980-81 1981-82 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98

G Ast. Avg. 80 555 6.9 78 555 7.1 75 600 8.0 80 715 8.9 82 831 10.1 81 770 9.5 80 726 9.1 82 740 9.0 64 562 8.8 67 640 9.6 71 580 8.2

STEALS

Rank Larry Steele ...................1st Larry Steele .................. 3rd Larry Steele .................. 6th Lionel Hollins ................ 7th Lafayette Lever ........... 10th Clyde Drexler ................ 8th Clyde Drexler ................ 3rd Clyde Drexler ................ 5th Terry Porter ................. 10th Clyde Drexler ................ 5th Clyde Drexler ................ 5th Kenny Anderson ......... 10th

Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1982-83 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1996-97

G 81 76 81 76 81 80 75 82 80 81 78 82

St. 217 183 170 166 153 177 197 204 159 203 213 162

Avg. 2.68 2.41 2.10 2.18 1.89 2.21 2.63 2.49 1.99 2.51 2.73 1.98

BLOCKED SHOTS

Year 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1980-81 1984-85 1992-93 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2009-10

G Blk. 68 107 65 211 58 146 79 170 76 203 82 163 85 307 63 158 76 163 56 130 74 146

Avg. 1.57 3.25 2.52 2.15 2.67 1.99 3.61 2.51 2.14 2.32 1.97

Lloyd Neal ................... 10th Bill Walton ......................1st Bill Walton ..................... 4th Mychal Thompson ........ 8th Sam Bowie ................... 3rd Clifford Robinson .......... 9th +Theo Ratliff ..................1st Theo Ratliff ................... 4th Joel Przybilla ................ 7th Joel Przybilla ................ 7th #Marcus Camby ........... 5th

THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT --- Portland played the franchise's longest non-OT game in a 2-hour, 49-minute contest against the Nuggets at home on Oct. 29, 2009. The longest game in Trail Blazers history was a four-overtime marathon on Nov. 14, 1997, against Phoenix that lasted 3 hours, 46 minutes. In 2007-08, the Trail Blazers came within 38 minutes of tying the record on Jan. 3 against Chicago in a double-overtime game that lasted 3 hours, 8 minutes. The shortest game was a 1 hour, 42 minute contest against the Lakers on Dec. 29, 1978.

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TEAM HISTORY


Firsts in Trail Blazers History First Day ... of professional basketball in Portland as the city is granted a National Basketball Association franchise, February 6, 1970. College Draft Choice ... by the Trail Blazers is Geoff Petrie of Princeton, March 23, 1970. Head Coach ... hired by the Trail Blazers is Rolland Todd of Nevada-Las Vegas, April 21, 1970. Broadcaster ... for the Trail Blazers is Bill Schonely, named to the post on August 17, 1970. Preseason Game ... is played before 2,800 fans at Mark Morris High School in Longview, Wash., on September 24, 1970. The Trail Blazers lose to San Francisco, 119-118. Regular Season Game ... draws 4,273 fans to Memorial Coliseum on October 16, 1970 to watch Portland defeat Cleveland, 115-112. Point ... by a Trail Blazer is a free throw by Jim Barnett at the 9:18 mark of the first quarter of the Portland-Cleveland game on October 16, 1970. Field Goal ... scored by a Portland player is by Ron Knight at 8:25 of the first period of the Blazers-Cavaliers game on October 16, 1970. Television Game ... for the Trail Blazers is aired on October 23, 1970 from Seattle by KPTV Channel 12 with Jimmy Jones calling the action. Road Victory ... by the Trail Blazers is on November 21, 1970 when Portland defeats Buffalo, 112-108, in a doubleheader in Seattle. All-Star Game Participant ... from Portland is Geoff Petrie on January 12, 1971. Captain ... in the team's history is Rick Adelman, selected on July 29, 1971. Crowd to Top 12,000 ... comes to Memorial Coliseum on November 3, 1973 to watch the Trail Blazers defeat the world champion New York Knicks, 107-100. Official attendance is 12,086. NBA Game for a U.S. President ... is in Portland on November 1, 1974, when Gerald Ford watches Portland defeat Buffalo, 113-106, at Memorial Coliseum. World Championship ... for Portland comes on June 5, 1977, when the Trail Blazers turn back the Philadelphia 76ers, 109-107, in Memorial Coliseum, to claim the NBA title. Closed Circuit Telecast ... draws 2,851 fans to Portland's Paramount Theater on October 22, 1977, to watch the Trail Blazers defeat the Spurs, 130-115, in a game televised on a big screen from Memorial Coliseum. Uniform Number Retired ... by the Trail Blazers is Lloyd Neal's No. 36 on March 24, 1979. Cable TV Game ... for the Trail Blazers was a game between Portland and the Los Angeles Lakers aired on January 25, 1983, broadcast on ON-TV. Coach of the Year Award ... for a Portland coach goes to Mike Schuler who is awarded the league's Red Auerbach Trophy on April 24, 1987. Trail Blazer to Score 10,000 points ... is Jim Paxson. He becomes the first player in a Trail Blazers uniform to accomplish the feat. It happens in a 117-112 victory over San Antonio on February 21, 1988. NBA Draft Held Outside New York ... is hosted by Portland in Memorial Coliseum on June 24, 1992. Citizenship Award Winner ... for Portland is Terry Porter who is awarded the NBA's J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship trophy for service to the community on May 3, 1993. Sixth Man Award ... for a Trail Blazer goes to Clifford Robinson on May 17, 1993. Game in the Moda Center ... by the Trail Blazers is on October 13, 1995. Portland loses a pre-season contest to Minnesota, 99-95, before 21,393 fans. Regular Season Game in the Moda Center ... is on Friday, November 3, 1995. The Trail Blazers lose, 92-80, to the Vancouver Grizzlies before 21,398 fans.

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Trail Blazers Yearly Milestones

Feb. 20 - Stu Inman is named Portland’s first chief scout to prepare for the college draft. March 13 - At a regular season New York-Seattle game played in Memorial Coliseum, “Trail Blazers” is announced as Portland’s new NBA team name after a contest that attracts nearly 10,000 entries. March 23 - Geoff Petrie of Princeton becomes the first college draft selection of the Trail Blazers. April 21 - Rolland Todd from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas is named first coach of the Trail Blazers. May 11 - LeRoy Ellis of the Baltimore Bullets is the first selection by Portland in the NBA expansion draft. June 27 - The Trail Blazers play in Memorial Coliseum for the first time. In an inter-squad rookie game, the Reds vs. the Whites, Ron Knight scores 34 points and Geoff Petrie 30 for the Reds, but their team loses, 142-136. Aug. 17 - Bill Schonely is named first radio voice of the Portland Trail Blazers. Sept. 24 - The Trail Blazers play their first pre-season game before 2,800 fans at Mark Morris High School in Longview, Wash., and lose, 119-118, to San Francisco. Stan McKenzie and Jim Barnett lead Portland with 23 points each, and Gary Gregor hauls in 21 rebounds. Darell Garretson and Manny Gomes referee. Sept. 26 - The Trail Blazers win their first pre-season game, 116-113, over San Francisco in a game played in the Roseburg, Ore., High School gym. Geoff Petrie scores 22 points and Gary Gregor has 18 rebounds. Oct. 16 - The Trail Blazers beat Cleveland, 115-112, in their first NBA game before 4,273 fans in Memorial Coliseum. Honored guests include NBA Commissioner Walter Kennedy, Oregon Governor Tom McCall and Portland Mayor Terry Schrunk.

Jan. 12 - Geoff Petrie is the first Trail Blazer to play in an NBA All-Star game. The game is played in San Diego. March 23 - Geoff Petrie scores 37 points in Cleveland to become only the second rookie guard in NBA history to collect more than 2,000 points in a season. (Oscar Robertson is the other.) Petrie goes on to share Rookie of the Year honors with Boston’s Dave Cowens. July 29 - Rick Adelman is named the first official captain of the Trail Blazers.

1972

Feb. 3 - Rolland Todd is released as coach. Stu Inman takes over for remaining 26 games. April 3 - Jack McCloskey of Wake Forest is named head coach.

1973

Jan. 20 - Geoff Petrie scores 51 points in Houston to become the first Trail Blazer to break the 50-point mark. March 16 - Geoff Petrie repeats his 51-point performance in Memorial Coliseum, also against Houston. Nov. 3 - A crowd of 12,086 watches the Trail Blazers play New York in Memorial Coliseum. It is Portland’s first crowd to top 12,000.

1974

March 27 - Larry Steele makes three steals against Golden State to finish the season with 217, leading the NBA in that category. He is the Trail Blazers’ first league leader. May 4 - Bill Walton signs a Portland contract, turning down offers from the American Basketball Association. May 24 - Lenny Wilkens is named head coach of the Trail Blazers, replacing Jack McCloskey who was released from the position on May 15. Oct. 18 - Portland defeats Cleveland, 131-129, in four overtimes in the 1974-75 home opener. It is the longest overtime game in the team’s history.

1975

Jan. 7 - Larry Weinberg becomes president of the Portland Trail Blazers. Feb. 26 - Sidney Wicks hauls down 27 rebounds in Los Angeles for an all-time Portland single-game record, accomplishing the feat in a double-overtime game won by the Trail Blazers, 117-116.

1976

Oct. 23 - The Trail Blazers are on television for the first time, with Jimmy Jones on KPTV describing a 141-111 loss in Seattle. Nov. 8 - The Trail Blazers draw their first Memorial Coliseum crowd of more than 10,000 as 10,259 turn out for a game with the New York Knicks. Nov. 21 - Portland records its first road victory, defeating Buffalo, 112-108, in a doubleheader in Seattle.

1971

June 1 - Jack Ramsay, who guided Buffalo to the playoffs the previous three seasons, is named head coach of the Trail Blazers, replacing Lenny Wilkens.

1977

March 5 - Portland defeats Seattle, 134-104, to start a string of 34 consecutive regular season victories in Memorial Coliseum. April 5 - Detroit plays Portland before 12,359 fans. This is the last Portland regular season and playoff game not to sell out for the next 18 years.

Jan. 9 - The Trail Blazers defeat the defending world champion New York Knicks, 114-96, before the largest crowd of Portland’s first season, 11,868.

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1970

Feb. 6 - Portland is granted an NBA franchise at a meeting of the Board of Governors in Los Angeles. Herman Sarkowsky, Robert Shmertz and Lawrence Weinberg are principal owners. Harry Glickman, who led the drive for a franchise, is executive vice president and general manager.


Trail Blazers Yearly Milestones June 5 - The Trail Blazers defeat Philadelphia, 109-107, in Memorial Coliseum to win the World Championship and ignite Blazermania. In the NBA title game, Bill Walton scores 20 points and has 23 rebounds, seven assists and eight blocked shots and wins MVP honors for the playoffs.

March 18 - The Trail Blazers draw their five millionth fan to Memorial Coliseum, becoming only the second team in NBA history (Seattle is the other) to reach this milestone in 12 seasons.

1983 May 12 - KOIN-TV becomes the official Trail Blazers flagship station. June 20 - Rick Adelman is named a coaching assistant to replace Jim Lynam, who becomes head coach at San Diego. Nov. 22 - Portland sets an all-time club scoring record with 156 points in a victory over Denver.

1984

Aug. 4 - Thousands of fans gather in Memorial Coliseum for a drawing for the final 1,500 season tickets available. Four district court judges supervise the drawing. Oct. 22 - The Trail Blazers face San Antonio in Memorial Coliseum and a near capacity crowd of 2,851 turns out to watch the first game on closed circuit television at the Paramount Theater.

1978

Feb. 12 - Denver trips Portland, 103-101, ending the Trail Blazers’ 34-game win streak in Memorial Coliseum. Feb. 28 - The Trail Blazers defeat Philadelphia, 113-92, to record their 50th win in 60 games. April 9 - Portland defeats the Lakers, 114-99, in Memorial Coliseum to finish the season with the NBA's best record, 58-24.

1979

March 24 - The Trail Blazers retire a player’s number for the first time in ceremonies honoring Lloyd Neal (No. 36). May 2 - The Trail Blazers join forces with radio station KEX. June 30 - Jack McKinney resigns as assistant coach for the Trail Blazers to become head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers. Oct. 14 - The Trail Blazers sell out for the 100th consecutive game and defeat Denver, 109-93.

1980

Oct. 30 - The first Trail Blazers college scholarship program is announced with Portland, the first team in the NBA to offer scholarships, awarding four.

1981

March 21 - Jack Ramsay signs new three-year contract, with two option years, to coach the Trail Blazers. May 18 - Stu Inman is named the team's general manager. Oct. 11 - Three jersey numbers are retired in ceremonies in Memorial Coliseum. They belonged to Geoff Petrie (No. 45), Larry Steele (No. 15), and Dave Twardzik (No. 13).

1982

Jan. 5 - The Blazers sell out Memorial Coliseum for the 200th time (regular season and playoffs). Jan. 26 - Jim Paxson is named team captain on the day Kermit Washington retires from professional basketball.

March 3 - Portland sells out (12,666) for the 300th consecutive game, an all-time NBA record. The Trail Blazers beat Indiana, 118-98. March 23 - Jack Ramsay becomes the second winningest coach in NBA history, directing Portland to a 124-98 victory over Phoenix. It is his 697th career victory. March 29 - Jack Ramsay coaches Portland past Kansas City, 120-113, for his 700th NBA victory.

1985

April 5 - KGW radio, 620 AM, is announced as the new official station of the Trail Blazers.

1986

Feb. 1 - Portland matches its all-time scoring record in a 156-121 victory over the Clippers, and in the process posts the fourth-best field goal percentage (.697) in NBA history. April 24 - Portland sells out (12,666) for the 400th consecutive game in a playoff contest vs. Denver. May 28 - Mike Schuler is named head coach of the Trail Blazers, replacing Jack Ramsay who guided the team for 10 seasons. July 11 - The Trail Blazers reach agreement with the Portland Exposition and Recreation Commission that commits the team to the Memorial Coliseum for the next 10 years. Sept. 9 - Jon Spoelstra is named general manager of the team; Bucky Buckwalter is named vice president-basketball operations.

1987

March 19 - Harry Glickman, executive vice president and founder of the club, is named president of the Trail Blazers. April 24 - Mike Schuler is honored as NBA Coach of the Year, the first Trail Blazers head coach to win the Red Auerbach Trophy.

1988

May 31 - Larry Weinberg announces he has sold the Trail Blazers to Seattle computer magnate Paul Allen. Nov. 4 - The Trail Blazers honor Maurice Lucas by retiring his uniform number (No. 20).

1989

Jan. 6 - Portland extends its sellout streak to 500 games, the longest in NBA history. Feb. 18 - Rick Adelman is named interim head coach following the firing of Mike Schuler.

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Trail Blazers Yearly Milestones May 11 - Rick Adelman is named head coach on a permanent basis, the seventh in the team's history. Nov. 3 - Bill Walton's jersey number (No. 32) is retired on the opening night of the season, as the Trail Blazers christen their 20th anniversary season. Dec. 26 - Clyde Drexler scores his 10,000th career point then surpasses Jim Paxson's total of 10,003 to become the all-time leading scorer in Trail Blazers history.

1990

April 22 - The Trail Blazers hand the Los Angeles Lakers their worst loss ever, 130-88, and pick up their 59th victory of the season, a then club record. May 31 - A 112-109 victory in Phoenix gives the Trail Blazers their second Western Conference title, as they capture the best-of-seven series, four games to two. June 14 - Portland loses, 92-90, to the Detroit Pistons in the fifth and deciding game of the 1990 NBA Finals. Nov. 25 - Portland's 117-113 triumph over San Antonio gives the Trail Blazers an 11-0 season start. The Trail Blazers outscore the Spurs, 49-18, in the first period, the team's most productive quarter ever. Nov. 27 - The 10 millionth fan enters the doors at Memorial Coliseum and witnesses a 123-109 loss to the Phoenix Suns. Dec. 8 - A 109-101 conquest of Chicago gives the Trail Blazers their 12th consecutive road victory (over two seasons), the second best streak in NBA history at the time. Dec. 11 - The Trail Blazers defeat Indiana, 122-96, to improve their record to 19-1, the second best start with one loss in league annals.

1991

Jan. 6 - Memorial Coliseum is sold out for the 600th straight game. Portland defeats Seattle, 114-111. Mar. 19 - A 136-126 setback at Golden State knocks Portland out of first place in the Pacific Division for one day, the Trail Blazers' lone absence from the top spot in the division all season. April 13 - The Trail Blazers win their 60th game of the season with a 118-113 triumph over the Lakers to clinch the Pacific Division championship.

April 12 - The Trail Blazers top San Antonio, 123-97, to clinch the Pacific Division championship and the best record in the Western Conference for the second consecutive season. May 28 - For the second time in three years, the Trail Blazers clinch the Western Conference Championship with a road victory, this time defeating Utah, 105-97, in Salt Lake City. June 14 - A 97-93 loss at the Chicago Stadium allows the Bulls to take the 1992 NBA Championship from the Trail Blazers, 4-2. June 24 - Portland becomes the first city outside New York to host the NBA Draft. The nationally televised event is held in Memorial Coliseum. Nov. 14 - Terry Porter sets an NBA record for the most three-point field goals without a miss in a single game, making all seven of his attempts in a win over Golden State. Nov. 22 - Rick Adelman logs the 200th victory of his coaching career as the Trail Blazers dump Detroit, 115-90. At the time, no coach had reached the 200-win milestone that quickly; the win came in his 288th game. Nov. 24 - Clyde Drexler scores 24 points against San Antonio to become just the 62nd player in NBA history to pass the 15,000-point mark. Dec. 20 - Buck Williams becomes only the 20th player in NBA history to collect 10,000 points and 10,000 rebounds during his career as Portland defeats Golden State, 130-114.

1993

Jan. 14 - Uniform No. 77, symbolic of the Trail Blazers' 1977 championship season, is retired in honor of former Coach Jack Ramsay. He joins Harry Glickman, Bill Walton, Maurice Lucas, Geoff Petrie and Larry Weinberg in being selected for the organization's Walk of Fame in Memorial Coliseum. April 25 - Terry Porter tallies 12 points against the LA Clippers to become the third Trail Blazer to reach the 10,000-point mark. July 11 - Official groundbreaking ceremonies take place to mark the start of construction on the Trail Blazers' $262 million arena complex next to Memorial Coliseum.

1994

Jan. 18 - Terry Porter becomes the first Trail Blazer to distribute 5,000 career assists, doing it in a game at Denver. Feb. 23 - Clyde Drexler's 11 rebounds in a victory over the Clippers moves him ahead of Mychal Thompson as Portland's all-time rebound leader. May 18 - Geoff Petrie resigns as senior vice president for basketball operations. June 23 - P.J. Carlesimo is named Portland's eighth head coach, replacing Rick Adelman. Adelman was relieved of his duties on May 19. July 12 - Bob Whitsitt is named president and general manager of Trail Blazers Basketball; Marshall Glickman is promoted to president of Trail Blazers, Inc., and the Oregon Arena Corp.; Jody Patton is promoted to vice chairman of the OAC, and Harry Glickman is named president emeritus of the Trail Blazers.

1992

Feb. 9 - Clyde Drexler, making his first start in an NBA All-Star Game, charts 22 points, a team-high nine rebounds, six assists and two blocked shots to finish second in voting for MVP honors.

Nov. 4, 5 - Portland opens its Silver Anniversary season with back-to-back games against the Los Angeles Clippers in the Japan Opening Games in Yokohama. The Trail Blazers win both games, 121-100 and 112-95, before sellout crowds.

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April 14 - KEX radio, 1190 AM, is named the flagship station for the Trail Blazers.


Trail Blazers Yearly Milestones 1995

Feb. 3 - Clyde Drexler's three-pointer in the third quarter of Portland's 112-97 win at Minnesota pushed his career total to 18,000 points, making him the 36th player in NBA history to reach that plateau. Feb. 24 - Clifford Robinson does not dress for a home contest against Utah (the Trail Blazers win,114-101), because of a sprained ankle suffered two nights earlier against Golden State. That snaps a club-record string of 461 games going back to the first game of his rookie season. March 21 - Portland entertains its 800th straight sellout crowd in Memorial Coliseum with a 111-106 win over Washington. April 9 - Jerome Kersey tallies 17 points in a 104-94 loss to Phoenix, raising his career scoring total to 10,004. It makes him the fourth Trail Blazer to reach the 10,000-point level and moves him into third place on the team's all-time list. He joins Clyde Drexler, Terry Porter and Jim Paxson in Portland's 10,000-point club. April 17 - Buck Williams grabs 11 rebounds to become only the eighth player in NBA history to have accumulated 12,000 rebounds and 15,000 points. April 23 - Portland defeats Golden State, 116-83, in its final regular season game in Memorial Coliseum. May 2 - The Trail Blazers play their final game in Memorial Coliseum, dropping a 117-109 decision to Phoenix in the third and deciding contest of the first round Western Conference Playoffs with the Suns. Aug. 14 - Trail Blazers offices are moved to One Center Court in the Rose Quarter after 25 years in the Lloyd District's Port of Portland Building. Oct. 18 - The Trail Blazers play their first-ever game in The Moda Center, losing in preseason action to Minnesota, 114-110. Attendance is 21,393.

1998

April 30 - Portland sets a new all-time one-game attendance mark when 21,616 fans pack the Moda Center for the fourth and deciding game of the first round Western Conference Playoffs. July 2 - Trail Blazers name Brian Wheeler as the club's second radio play-by-play announcer.

1999

Feb. 24 - Portland takes over first place in the Pacific Division and holds on to that spot for the remaining 41 games of the season, claiming its first division title since 1991-92. March 31 - The Trail Blazers down Sacramento, 100-86, to finish the month with a 15-3 record, the most wins for the month in club history and equal to the highest number of wins in any month ever. June 2 - Mike Dunleavy becomes the second Trail Blazers head coach to earn NBA Coach of the Year honors after guiding the club to a 35-15 finish and a spot in the Western Conference Finals.

2000

April 18 - By defeating the Clippers in Los Angeles, 116100, the Trail Blazers improve their road record for the season to 29-12, the most wins away from home in franchise history. That betters the old mark of 27-14 set by the 1990-91 team. April 19 - A standing room-only crowd of 20,403 turns out for the Trail Blazers' regular season finale in the Moda Center against Denver, giving them sellouts in each of their 41 home games. It is nearly triple the number of capacity crowds in any of the previous seasons in their now five-year-old building. But the Trail Blazers lose, 96-95, causing them to come up one victory shy of a 60-win season.

Nov. 3 - Portland opens the 1995-96 campaign with its inaugural regular season game in The Moda Center. The Trail Blazers lose to the Vancouver Grizzlies, 92-80. A capacity crowd of 21,398 fans turn out for the event. Nov. 14 - An all-time Trail Blazers home record crowd of 21,401 watches their team defeat New York, 105-99. Portland matches that record 13 more times during the regular season and playoffs. Nov. 20 - Portland's sellout steak of 814 games, including the regular season and playoffs, comes to an end when 20,381 fans turn out to see the Trail Blazers defeat the Los Angeles Clippers, 113-94. The last time the Trail Blazers had played before a non-capacity home crowd was on April 5, 1977.

1996

March 31 - Buck Williams becomes only the eighth player in NBA history to reach 16,000 points and 12,000 rebounds when he tallies 12 points in a 115-100 Trail Blazers victory at Dallas. Nov. 4 - Trail Blazers set all-time home attendance record when 21,567 fans turn out for the season opener against Atlanta.

1997

Feb. 22 - Clifford Robinson scores 16 points in a game at Philadelphia to raise his career total to 10,000 points, making him the fifth Trail Blazer to reach that level. May 13 - Mike Dunleavy is named Portland's ninth head coach, replacing P.J. Carlesimo. Carlesimo was relieved of his duties on May 8.

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Nov. 19 - Scottie Pippen tallies his 2,000th career steal at Orlando. Pippen ranks seventh on the NBA's all-time steals list and is only one of seven players to top 2,000 steals for his career.

2001

April 6 - Damon Stoudamire records his fourth career triple-double with 15 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists at Golden State. It is the first Trail Blazers triple-double since the 1994-95 season when Rod Strickland had one at Phoenix. March 6 - Clyde Drexler's jersey No. 22 is officially retired in halftime ceremonies of a Moda Center game against Vancouver. June 27 - Maurice Cheeks is named Portland's 10th head coach, replacing Mike Dunleavy.


Trail Blazers Yearly Milestones

2002

March 2 - With a 104-103 overtime victory at Milwaukee, the Trail Blazers complete a rare four-game sweep in the East with victories at Philadelphia, Washington, Toronto and Milwaukee. The sweep is the first since the 1990-91 season when they did it twice and a part of six straight road wins. March 8 - With an 82-73 victory over New Jersey in the Moda Center, the Trail Blazers win their 12th straight game, the second-longest streak in franchise history at the time. March 23 - Scottie Pippen scores 18 points in a 108-99 victory at Minnesota, making him only the 46th player in NBA history to accumulate 18,000 career points.

2003

June 18 - Steve Patterson is named the fifth president of the Portland Trail Blazers. July 19 - John Nash becomes the Trail Blazers' sixth general manager.

2004

Feb. 24 - In his seventh game as a Trail Blazer, Theo Ratliff blocks nine Magic shots to tie the club record held by Bill Walton and Mychal Thompson. Portland wins the game at Orlando in overtime, 94-91. April 12 - The Trail Blazers learn just before their next-tolast contest of the season, a home date with San Antonio, that their bid for a 22nd consecutive trip to the playoffs has been dashed. A Denver win over Sacramento knocks Portland out of post-season play for the first time since 1982. April 22 - Zach Randolph is named the NBA's Most Improved Player for 2003-04. The selection is made by a vote of a panel of the nation's sportswriters and sportscasters.

2005

Jan. 14 - Damon Stoudamire scores a franchise-record 54 points at New Orleans. He ties a club record for field goals made (20), points in a half (30) and three-point field goals (8). Despite his efforts the Trail Blazers lose, 112-106.

April 20 - The Trail Blazers wrap up the season with a 106-103 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers, but finish the season with a 27-55 record, their worst record since 1973-74. It is the first time in 16 seasons Portland is below the .500 mark. June 28 - Portland takes Seattle prep star Martell Webster with the sixth pick in the 2005 NBA Draft. It marks the Trail Blazers' first selection of their own in the draft's top 10 since they selected Sam Bowie with the second pick in 1984. July 6 - Nate McMillan is named the 12th head coach in franchise history.

2006

April 2 - Joel Przybilla ties a Trail Blazers' franchise record with nine blocks in a game at Seattle. June 28 - Portland executes an NBA Draft Day-record six trades, acquiring LaMarcus Aldridge, Brandon Roy, Sergio Rodriguez, Joel Freeland, Raef LaFrentz, Dan Dickau and four future second-round picks.

2007

March 29 - The Trail Blazers promote Kevin Pritchard to general manager, making him the eighth GM in team history. April 18 - The Trail Blazers officially retire the No. 14 jersey of Lionel Hollins as Portland hosts Golden State. May 2 - Brandon Roy is named 2006-07 T-Mobile NBA Rookie of the Year, becoming the third Trail Blazer to win the award (Geoff Petrie, Sidney Wicks). May 8 - Teammates Brandon Roy and LaMarcus Aldridge are both named to the 2006-07 T-Mobile NBA All-Rookie First Team by a vote of the league's head coaches. May 22 - With just a 5.3 percent chance at the No. 1 pick, the Trail Blazers win the lottery to select first in the 2007 NBA Draft. June 20 - The Trail Blazers name Larry Miller team president. June 28 - The Trail Blazers select center Greg Oden out of Ohio State with the No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft. Oden becomes the third No. 1 pick in Trail Blazers history. Oct. 30 - With an average of 24 years and 26 days on Opening Night, Portland's roster is the youngest in the NBA and the youngest in Trail Blazer history. The team also marks the third-youngest roster in NBA history. Dec. 17 - For the second time in as many weeks, Brandon Roy is named Western Conference Player of the Week, becoming the second player in franchise history to claim the honor in back-to-back weeks (Clyde Drexler, 1987-88). Dec. 30 - Portland completes a 13-game winning streak, dating back to Dec. 3, that marks the second-longest run in franchise history (16 games in 1990-91).

2008

Jan. 2 - Nate McMillan is named Western Conference Coach of the Month for December 2007 after leading the club to a 13-2 month, the third-best single month in franchise history. McMillan is the first Trail Blazers coach to receive the honor since Mike Dunleavy in 1999. Jan. 30 - LaMarcus Aldridge and Brandon Roy are selected to compete for the sophomore team in the T-Mobile 2008 Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam at All-Star Weekend in New Orleans.

March 4 - Player Personnel Director Kevin Pritchard takes over as interim head coach, replacing Maurice Cheeks.

Feb. 1 - Brandon Roy tallies his first career triple-double vs. New York, netting 20 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists. The feat marks the first triple-double since Damon Stoudamire in 2005, and the first triple-double with 20-plus points since Rod Strickland in 1995. FACEBOOK.COM/ TRAILBL AZERS

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Nov. 30 - Dale Davis grabs an all-time Trail Blazers high 11 offensive rebounds in a victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in the Moda Center. Davis also knocks down a career-high 12 shots.


Trail Blazers Yearly Milestones Feb. 17 - Coming off the bench to play in a team-high 29 minutes, Brandon Roy registers a team-high tying 18 points, nine rebounds and five assists in his first All-Star Game. March 22 - Joel Przybilla pulls down a career-high 26 rebounds, tying the franchise record for rebounds in a regulation game (LeRoy Ellis, Bill Walton). Dec. 1 - Brandon Roy is named Western Conference Player of the Week for his performance during Portland’s four-game winning streak from Nov. 24-30. Dec. 16 - The Trail Blazers officially retire the No. 30 jersey of Terry Porter as Portland hosts Sacramento at the Moda Center. Dec. 18 - In Portland’s 124-119 win over Phoenix, Brandon Roy notches a career-high 52 points, the second-most points ever scored by a Trail Blazer. The 52 points are the most scored by any NBA player in Portland in franchise history. His 19 free throws made (of 21) also mark a franchise record. Dec. 18 - Bob Gross has his jersey No. 30 officially retired during Portland's game vs. Phoenix at the Moda Center.

2009

Jan. 24 - Brandon Roy ties a franchise record with 10 steals (Clyde Drexler, Larry Steele) vs. Washington. Feb. 14 - Rudy Fernandez finishes fourth in the 2009 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest despite two impressive first-round dunks after being chosen to participate by fans. Feb. 15 - Brandon Roy counts 14 points (7-8 FG), five rebounds, five assists and a game-high 31 minutes in the 2009 NBA All-Star Game in Phoenix.

March 15 - After leading Portland to a 4-0 week, Brandon Roy earns Western Conference Player of the Week honors with averages of 27.0 points (56.7% FG), 5.0 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.25 steals. Roy joins Clyde Drexler as one of two Trail Blazers to win the award at least five times. April 12 - The Trail Blazers defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder to secure a second straight 50-win season. May 6 - Brandon Roy earns All-NBA Third Team honors, becoming just the third Trail Blazer to garner multiple All-NBA honors (Clyde Drexler, 4; Bill Walton, 2). July 19 - Rich Cho is named the ninth general manager in franchise history.

2011

Jan. 7 - Wesley Matthews scores a career-best 36 points in a 108-98 win over the Timberwolves in Minnesota. Matthews sets a franchise record for 3-pointers in one half by draining seven shots from downtown in the first. Jan. 24 - LaMarcus Aldridge is named Western Conference Player of the Week after posting averages of 28.3 points (52.3% FG, 80.8% FT) and 10.3 rebounds, leading Portland to a 4-0 record for games from Jan. 17-22. Feb. 14 - LaMarcus Aldridge is named Western Conference Player of the Week for the second time in less than a month, becoming just the third Trail Blazer in team history to win the award twice in one season (Clyde Drexler and Brandon Roy). In three games from Feb. 7-13, Aldridge led Portland to a 3-0 record and became the first Trail Blazer ever to record three straight games with at least 36 points.

Feb. 22 - Steve Blake dishes 14 first-quarter assists (no turnovers) to tie for the most assists by a player in a quarter in NBA history and the most ever in the first quarter. The 14 assists are the most by a Trail Blazer in a quarter in team history and also set a franchise record for assists in a half. April 5 - With a Phoenix loss to Dallas, the Trail Blazers clinch a spot in the postseason for the first time since 2003 – a six-year drought. The gap in playoff appearances was the longest current streak in the NBA and longest in Trail Blazers history since first making the playoffs in 1977. April 13 - Brandon Roy earns Western Conference Player of the Week honors for the second time in 2008-09 and the fourth time in his career. April 15 - Rudy Fernandez sets a new NBA rookie record for 3-pointers in a season with 159, passing Kerry Kittles’ 158 with six threes on the last day of the season. The Trail Blazers defeat Denver, 104-76, to become Northwest Division CoChampions and finish with a 54-28 record. April 17 - Behind a 7-1 month to close the regular season, Nate McMillan is named the NBA's Western Conference Caoch of the Month, garnering the award in the second straight season. May 13 - Brandon Roy is named to the All-NBA Second Team after averaging a league 10th-best 22.6 points per game and leading Portland to its most wins, 54, since 1999-2000. He becomes the first Trail Blazer to garner All-NBA accolades since Clyde Drexler in 1991-92.

2010 Jan. 28 - Brandon Roy earns his third consecutive trip to the NBA All-Star Game but is unable to compete due to injury. Jan. 30 - Andre Miller makes a franchise-record 22 field goals (of 31) at Dallas in scoring a career-high 52 points, tied for the second-most points in Trail Blazers history. Miller scored 25 points (10-11 FG) in the fourth quarter and overtime alone in Portland’s 114-112 victory.

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March 2 - LaMarcus Aldridge is named Western Conference Player of the Month for February, becoming just the third Trail Blazer in team history and first since Clyde Drexler (November 1991) to claim the honor. Aldridge averaged 27.8 points, tops among Western Conference players, while shooting 56.3 percent from the field. April 13 - Marcus Camby finishes the season as only the second player in NBA history to average at least 10.0 rebounds per game at the age of 37 (minimum 50 games). Camby averaged 10.3 rebounds in 59 games to join Robert Parish, who averaged 10.6 rebounds per game in 1990-91 with the Boston Celtics. April 14 - Nate McMillan is named Western Conference Coach of the Month for leading the team to a conference-best 5-2 record in April. May 12 - LaMarcus Aldridge is named to the All-NBA Third Team after averaging career highs of 21.8 points and 8.8 rebounds per game. Dec. 15 - The Trail Blazers request waivers on three-time All-Star Brandon Roy and designate him as the team's amnesty player. Portland then signs guard Jamal Crawford.


Trail Blazers Yearly Milestones 2012

Jan. 20 - LaMarcus Aldridge becomes the first Trail Blazer ever to record 33 points and 23 rebounds in the same game, as Portland defeats the Raptors in Toronto, 94-84. Feb. 4 - Nicolas Batum breaks the Trail Blazers’ franchise record for 3-point field goals made against the Denver Nuggets. Batum shoots 9-of-15 from 3-point range and sets a new career high with 33 points. Feb. 9 - LaMarcus Aldridge earns his first career All-Star selection and becomes the 15th Trail Blazer selected to an NBA All-Star Game. March 15 - Portland parts ways with Head Coach Nate McMillan, appointing Kaleb Canales as Interim Head Coach for the rest of the season. The Trail Blazers acquire Mehmet Okur, Shawne Williams and a first round draft selection from New Jersey in exchange for Gerald Wallace. Portland acquires Jonny Flynn, Hasheem Thabeet and a second round pick from Houston in exchange for Marcus Camby. Portland waives center Greg Oden. March 29 - Wesley Matthews is named the recipient of the NBA’s Kia Community Assist Award for the month of February in recognition of his outstanding efforts in the community and his ongoing philanthropic and charitable work. April 26 - Jamal Crawford finishes the season with the league’s highest free throw percentage at 92.7% (191-206), and becomes the first Trail Blazer ever to win the NBA free throw title.

Feb. 17 - LaMarcus Aldridge plays in the NBA All-Star game for the second consecutive year, becoming the 11th player in Trail Blazers history to be named to multiple All-Star Games. March 18 - LaMarcus Aldridge is named the NBA Western Conference Player of the Week for the week of March 11-17. He led the NBA in scoring with 27.0 points per game. April 1 - With his 167th 3-pointer of the season at Utah, Damian Lillard breaks Stephen Curry's record (166, 2009-10) for most made 3-pointers in a season by an NBA rookie. Lillard sets the new record at 185 3-pointers by season's end. April 10 - Damian Lillard is named the recipient of the NBA’s Kia Community Assist Award for March, recognizing his efforts in the community, and ongoing advocacy and charitable work. April 14 - Damian Lillard joins Oscar Robertson and Allen Iverson as the only rookies in NBA history to record at least 1,500 points and 500 assists. Lillard also joins Clyde Drexler (86-87, 91-92) as the only Trail Blazers in franchise history to record 1,500 points and 500 assists in a season. April 16 - Damian Lillard makes the 182nd of his 185 3-pointers on the season, setting a new Trail Blazers franchise record for most made 3-point field goals in a season (Damon Stoudamire, 181, 2004-05)

May 29 - The Trail Blazers and the NBA Development League's Idaho Stampede announce a single affiliation partnership. Portland becomes the Stampede's sole NBA affiliate and gains control over the team's basketball operations. June 6 - Neil Olshey is named the 10th general manager in team history.

July 22 - Damian Lillard is named Co-MVP of the 2012 Las Vegas Summer League. The sixth overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft led all players in scoring (26.5) and ranked seventh in assists (5.3). Aug. 7 - Terry Stotts is named Trail Blazers head coach, the 14th head coach in franchise history. Sept. 6 - Bill Schonely is presented with the prestigious Curt Gowdy Media Award during the 2012 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremonies. Oct. 31 - Damian Lillard joins Oscar Robertson and Allen Iverson as the only players in NBA history to record at least 20 points and 10 assists in their NBA debut in a 116-106 win over the L.A. Lakers in the season opener. Dec. 20 - The Trail Blazers hold Denver to 0-for-22 shooting from 3-point range, an NBA record for most 3-point attempts in a game without a make, in a 101-93 home victory.

2013 Jan. 26 - Just five days after tallying his first career tripledouble, Nicolas Batum records the second triple-double of his career in a home win against the L.A. Clippers. Batum becomes the second Trail Blazer ever with multiple triple-doubles in a week (Drexler, twice). Feb. 16 - Damian Lillard becomes the first Trail Blazer to win an event during All-Star Weekend, winning the Taco Bell Skills Challenge with a final time of 29.8 seconds.

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June 28 - With the sixth pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, the Trail Blazers select Weber State point guard Damian Lillard. Portland then adds Meyers Leonard with the 11th pick and Will Barton with the 40th pick in the draft.

April 19 - After earning his sixth straight Kia NBA Rookie of the Month Award, Damian Lillard becomes one of just eight players to sweep NBA Rookie of the Month honors since the inaugural award in 1981-82. May 1 - Damian Lillard is named the 2012-13 Kia NBA Rookie of the Year, becoming the fourth Trail Blazer to garner the honor (Petrie, Wicks, Roy). Lillard led all NBA rookies in scoring (19.0), assists (6.5) and minutes (38.6) as he became the fourth unanimous NBA Rookie of the Year in league history (Blake Griffin, 2011; David Robinson, 1990; Ralph Sampson, 1984). June 27 - In the 2013 NBA Draft, the Trail Blazers select C.J. McCollum with the 10th overall pick. Portland also trades for No. 31 overall pick Allen Crabbe. July 11 - The team introduces new additions Robin Lopez, Thomas Robinson, Earl Watson and Dorell Wright at a press conference. Lopez and Robinson are acquired through trades, while Watson and Wright sign with Portland as unrestricted free agents. Aug. 8 - The Trail Blazers sign free agent guard Mo Williams, a 10-year veteran who previously played with Utah, Milwaukee, Cleveland and the L.A. Clippers. Aug. 13 - The team announces the renaming of the arena to the Moda Center as part of a 10-year partnership between the Trail Blazers and Moda Health.

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Coaching History YEAR 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Rolland Todd Rolland Todd (i) Stu Inman Jack McCloskey Jack McCloskey Lenny Wilkens Lenny Wilkens Jack Ramsay Jack Ramsay Jack Ramsay Jack Ramsay Jack Ramsay Jack Ramsay Jack Ramsay Jack Ramsay Jack Ramsay Jack Ramsay Mike Schuler Mike Schuler Mike Schuler Rick Adelman Rick Adelman Rick Adelman Rick Adelman Rick Adelman Rick Adelman P.J. Carlesimo P.J. Carlesimo P.J. Carlesimo Mike Dunleavy Mike Dunleavy Mike Dunleavy Mike Dunleavy Maurice Cheeks Maurice Cheeks Maurice Cheeks Maurice Cheeks (i) Kevin Pritchard Nate McMillan Nate McMillan Nate McMillan Nate McMillan Nate McMillan Nate McMillan Nate McMillan (i) Kaleb Canales Terry Stotts

2012-13 Total (i) Interim coach

REGULAR SEASON W L Pct. 29 53 .354 12 44 .214 6 20 .231 21 61 .256 27 55 .329 38 44 .463 37 45 .451 49 33 .598 58 24 .707 45 37 .549 38 44 .463 45 37 .549 42 40 .512 46 36 .561 48 34 .585 42 40 .512 40 42 .488 49 33 .598 53 29 .646 25 22 .532 14 21 .400 59 23 .720 63 19 .768 57 25 .695 51 31 .622 47 35 .573 44 38 .537 44 38 .537 49 33 .596 46 36 .561 35 15 .700 59 23 .720 50 32 .609 49 33 .598 50 32 .609 41 41 .500 22 33 .400 5 22 .185 21 61 .256 32 50 .390 41 41 .500 54 28 .659 50 32 .610 48 34 .585 20 23 .465 8 15 .348 33 49 .402 1842 1636 .530

W —

PLAYOFFS L Pct. — —

— — — — — 14 2 1 1 1 — 3 2 4 1 1 1

— — — — — 5 4 2 2 2 — 4 3 5 3 3 3

— — — — — .737 .333 .333 .333 .333 — .429 .400 .444 .250 .250 .250

0 12 9 13 1 1 0 2 1 1 7 10 0 0 3 —

3 9 7 8 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 6 3 3 4 —

.000 .571 .563 .619 .250 .250 .000 .400 .250 .250 .538 .625 .000 .000 .429 —

— — — — 2 2 2

— — — — 4 4 4

— — — — .333 .333 .333

— — 97

— — 115

— — .458

Coaching Records Years Rolland Todd .......................1+ Stu Inman ......................... 1 Jack McCloskey ................ 2 Lenny Wilkens .................. 2 Jack Ramsay ....................10 Mike Schuler ..................... 2+ Rick Adelman ................... 5+ P.J. Carlesimo .....................3 Mike Dunleavy ....................4 Maurice Cheeks..................3+ Kevin Pritchard ...................1 Nate McMillan .....................6+ Kaleb Canales ....................1 Terry Stotts .........................1 Total 43

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REGULAR SEASON G W L Pct. 138 41 97 .297 26 6 20 .231 164 48 116 .293 164 75 89 .457 820 453 367 .552 211 127 84 .602 445 291 154 .654 246 137 109 .557 296 190 106 .641 301 162 139 .538 27 5 22 .186 535 266 269 .497 23 8 15 .348 82 33 49 .402 3478 1842 1636 .530

G 0 0 0 0 59 8 69 12 36 10 0 18 0 0 212

PLAYOFFS W L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 30 2 6 36 33 3 9 18 18 3 7 0 0 6 12 0 0 0 0 97 115

Pct. .000 .000 .000 .000 .492 .250 .522 .250 .500 .300 .000 .333 .000 .000 .458

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Trail Blazers All-Star Game Statistics YEAR MIN FG FGA PCT. LAMARCUS ALDRIDGE 2012 10 2013 11 Totals 21

2 0 2

5 .400 2 .000 7 .286

FT FTA

PCT. REB AST

PF

PTS

AVG.

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

1 4 5

1 1 2

0 0 0

4 0 4............ 2.0

.714 .600 .368 .333 .444 .667 .333 .429 .493

0 6 0 2 4 0 0 0 12

0 6 0 2 4 0 0 0 12

.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000

4 5 12 4 4 9 1 3 42

4 0 4 2 2 6 1 1 20

3 3 3 1 3 2 3 1 19

10 12 14 7 12 25 2 6 88.......... 11.0

2 2 4

5 .400 3 .667 8 .500

1 2 3

2 2 4

.500 1.000 .750

1 4 5

0 0 0

2 3 5

5 6 11............ 5.5

3

8 .375

4

5

.800

0

8

2

10.......... 10.0

CLYDE DREXLER 1986 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 Totals

15 15 25 19 19 28 11 15 147

5 3 7 2 4 10 1 3 35

7 5 19 6 9 15 3 7 71

KEVIN DUCKWORTH 1989 7 1991 19 Totals 26

LIONEL HOLLINS 1978

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STEVE JOHNSON 1988

DID NOT PLAY—INJURED

MAURICE LUCAS 1977 1978 1979 Totals

11 33 19 63

3 6 4 13

9 13 10 32

.333 .462 .400 .406

0 0 2 2

0 0 2 2

----1.000 1.000

4 13 7 24

2 4 1 7

2 2 5 9

6 12 10 28............ 9.3

1983 17 1984 14 Totals 31

5 5 10

7 .714 9 .556 16 .625

1 0 1

2 0 2

.500 --.500

0 3 3

1 2 3

0 0 0

11 10 21.......... 10.5

0 3 3

3 .000 11 .273 14 .214

0 2 2

0 2 2

--1.000 1.000

0 2 2

1 4 5

0 1 1

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2 3 5

6 .333 8 .375 14 .357

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3 0 3

4 3 7

2 1 3

4 7 11............ 5.5

8 .625

0

0

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1

5

0

10.......... 10.0

3 0

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9 5

5 5

2 2

18 14

3

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14

10

4

32.......... 16.0

4 0 4

.750 --.750

4 4 8

0 2 2

0 0 0

9 2 11............ 5.5

3

1.000

10

2

3

15.......... 15.0

2

4

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8

1

4

4............ 4.0

0 5 6 2 13

0 5 10 3 18

--1.000 .600 .667 .722

2 5 1 9 17

0 1 1 1 3

3 2 4 1 10

4 13 16 16 49.......... 12.3

GEOFF PETRIE 1971 5 1974 26 Totals 31

TERRY PORTER 1991 15 1993 19 Totals 34

CLIFFORD ROBINSON 1994

18

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2008 29 8 10 .800 2 2009 31 7 8 .875 0 2010 DID NOT PLAY—INJURED Totals 60 15 18 .833 2

RASHEED WALLACE 2000 21 2001 21 Totals 42

3 1 4

6 .500 7 .142 13 .308

3 0 3

BILL WALTON 1977 1978

DID NOT PLAY—INJURED 31 6 14 .429 3

KERMIT WASHINGTON 1980

14

1

6 .167

SIDNEY WICKS 1972 1973 1974 1975 Totals

10 24 24 23 81

2 4 5 7 18

5 10 6 19 40

.400 .400 .833 .368 .450

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Trail Blazers NBA Honors MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

COACH OF THE YEAR

Bill Walton ......................................................... 1977-78

Mike Schuler ..................................................... 1986-87 Mike Dunleavy .................................................. 1998-99

ALL-NBA Bill Walton ........................................ 2nd team, 1976-77 Bill Walton ......................................... 1st team, 1977-78 Maurice Lucas ................................. 2nd team, 1977-78 Jim Paxson ...................................... 2nd team, 1983-84 Clyde Drexler ................................... 2nd team, 1987-88 Clyde Drexler ....................................3rd team, 1989-90 Clyde Drexler ................................... 2nd team, 1990-91 Clyde Drexler .................................... 1st team, 1991-92 Brandon Roy .................................... 2nd team, 2008-09 Brandon Roy .....................................3rd team, 2009-10 LaMarcus Aldridge ........................ 3rd team, 2010-11

NBA FINALS MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Bill Walton ......................................................... 1976-77

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER Kevin Duckworth ............................................... 1987-88 Zach Randolph ................................................. 2003-04

SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR Clifford Robinson .............................................. 1992-93

J. WALTER KENNEDY CITIZENSHIP AWARD Terry Porter ....................................................... 1992-93 Chris Dudley ..................................................... 1995-96 Brian Grant ....................................................... 1998-99

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Geoff Petrie....................................................... 1970-71 Sidney Wicks .................................................... 1971-72 Brandon Roy ..................................................... 2006-07 Damian Lillard ................................................. 2012-13

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Geoff Petrie....................................................... 1970-71 Sidney Wicks .................................................... 1971-72 Lloyd Neal ......................................................... 1972-73 Lionel Hollins .................................................... 1975-76 Mychal Thompson ............................................ 1978-79 Ron Brewer ....................................................... 1978-79 Calvin Natt ........................................................ 1979-80 Kelvin Ransey ................................................... 1980-81 Sam Bowie ....................................................... 1984-85 Arvydas Sabonis .............................................. 1995-96 LaMarcus Aldridge ......................................... 2006-07 Brandon Roy ..................................................... 2006-07 Rudy Fernandez (2nd team)............................. 2008-09 Damian Lillard ................................................. 2012-13

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Bill Walton ......................................... 1st team, 1976-77 Bill Walton ......................................... 1st team, 1977-78 Maurice Lucas .................................. 1st team, 1977-78 Lionel Hollins ................................... 1st team, 1977-78 Bob Gross........................................ 2nd team, 1977-78 Maurice Lucas ................................. 2nd team, 1978-79 Lionel Hollins ................................... 2nd team, 1978-79 Kermit Washington .......................... 2nd team, 1979-80 Kermit Washington .......................... 2nd team, 1980-81 Buck Williams ................................... 1st team, 1989-90 Buck Williams ................................... 1st team, 1990-91 Buck Williams ................................. 2nd team, 1991-92 Scottie Pippen ..................................2nd team, 1999-00 Theo Ratliff ...................................... 2nd team, 2003-04

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EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR Bucky Buckwalter ............................................. 1990-91

NBA ALL-STAR GAME PLAYERS Geoff Petrie............................................................ 1971 Sidney Wicks ......................................................... 1972 Sidney Wicks ......................................................... 1973 Sidney Wicks ......................................................... 1974 Geoff Petrie............................................................ 1974 Sidney Wicks ......................................................... 1975 Bill Walton .............................................................. 1977 Maurice Lucas ....................................................... 1977 Bill Walton .............................................................. 1978 Maurice Lucas ....................................................... 1978 Lionel Hollins ......................................................... 1978 Maurice Lucas ....................................................... 1979 Kermit Washington................................................. 1980 Jim Paxson ............................................................ 1983 Jim Paxson ............................................................ 1984 Clyde Drexler ......................................................... 1986 Clyde Drexler ......................................................... 1988 Steve Johnson ....................................................... 1988 Clyde Drexler ......................................................... 1989 Kevin Duckworth .................................................... 1989 Clyde Drexler ......................................................... 1990 Clyde Drexler ......................................................... 1991 Kevin Duckworth .................................................... 1991 Terry Porter ............................................................ 1991 Clyde Drexler ......................................................... 1992 Clyde Drexler ......................................................... 1993 Terry Porter ............................................................ 1993 Clyde Drexler ......................................................... 1994 Clifford Robinson ................................................... 1994 Rasheed Wallace ................................................... 2000 Rasheed Wallace ................................................... 2001 Brandon Roy .......................................................... 2008 Brandon Roy .......................................................... 2009 Brandon Roy .......................................................... 2010 LaMarcus Aldridge .............................................. 2012 LaMarcus Aldridge .............................................. 2013

ALL-STAR GAMES Clyde Drexler ............................................................... 8 Sidney Wicks ............................................................... 4 Maurice Lucas ............................................................. 3 Brandon Roy ................................................................ 3 LaMarcus Aldridge .................................................... 2 Kevin Duckworth .......................................................... 2 Jim Paxson .................................................................. 2 Geoff Petrie.................................................................. 2 Terry Porter .................................................................. 2 Rasheed Wallace ......................................................... 2 Bill Walton .................................................................... 2 Lionel Hollins ............................................................... 1 Steve Johnson ............................................................. 1 Clifford Robinson ......................................................... 1 Kermit Washington....................................................... 1

NBA ALL-STAR GAME HEAD COACHES Jack Ramsay ......................................................... 1978 Rick Adelman ........................................................ 1991 Bold indicates current Trail Blazer

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Season

Week Ending

Coach/Player/Rookie of the Month Coach

Season

Month

Jack Ramsay ............................................................................ 1983-84 ....................... March Mike Schuler ............................................................................. 1986-87 ...................February Rick Adelman ........................................................................... 1989-90 ....................... March Rick Adelman ........................................................................... 1990-91 .................November Rick Adelman ........................................................................... 1990-91 .......................... April Mike Dunleavy .......................................................................... 1998-99 ....................... March Mike Dunleavy .......................................................................... 1999-00 .................November Nate McMillan ........................................................................... 2007-08 .................December Nate McMillan ........................................................................... 2008-09 .......................... April Nate McMillan ........................................................................... 2010-11 .......................... April

Player

Season

Month

Kelvin Ransey ........................................................................... 1980-81 ....................... March Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1991-92 .................November LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2010-11 ...................February

Rookie

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Month

Arvydas Sabonis ...................................................................... 1995-96 .......................... April Brandon Roy ............................................................................. 2006-07 .................... January Brandon Roy ............................................................................. 2006-07 ...................February Brandon Roy ............................................................................. 2006-07 ....................... March Damian Lillard ......................................................................... 2012-13 ................November Damian Lillard ......................................................................... 2012-13 ................December Damian Lillard ......................................................................... 2012-13 ................... January Damian Lillard ......................................................................... 2012-13 ..................February Damian Lillard ......................................................................... 2012-13 .......................March Damian Lillard ......................................................................... 2012-13 ......................... April Bold indicates occured during 2012-13 season FACEBOOK.COM/ TRAILBL AZERS

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Billy Ray Bates ......................................................................... 1979-80 ................. 3/23/1980 Calvin Natt ................................................................................ 1979-80 ................. 2/24/1980 Billy Ray Bates ......................................................................... 1981-82 ................. 4/11/1982 Mychal Thompson .................................................................... 1981-82 ................. 11/8/1981 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1985-86 ................... 1/5/1986 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1987-88 ............... 11/29/1987 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1987-88 ................. 12/6/1987 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1987-88 ................. 3/13/1988 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1988-89 ............... 12/25/1988 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1988-89 ................... 4/9/1989 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1989-90 ............... 11/26/1989 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1990-91 ............... 11/18/1990 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1990-91 ................. 3/31/1991 Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1990-91 ................. 4/14/1991 Rod Strickland .......................................................................... 1994-95 ................. 2/26/1995 Arvydas Sabonis ...................................................................... 1995-96 ................. 3/31/1996 Clifford Robinson ...................................................................... 1995-96 ................... 1/7/1996 Rasheed Wallace...................................................................... 2001-02 ................... 3/3/2002 Brandon Roy ............................................................................. 2007-08 ................. 12/9/2007 Brandon Roy ............................................................................. 2007-08 ............... 12/16/2007 Brandon Roy ............................................................................. 2008-09 ................. 12/1/2009 Brandon Roy ............................................................................. 2008-09 ................. 4/13/2009 Brandon Roy ............................................................................. 2009-10 ................. 3/14/2010 LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2010-11 ..................... 1/23/11 LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2010-11 ..................... 2/13/11 LaMarcus Aldridge ................................................................. 2012-13 ..................... 3/17/13


Trail Blazers All-Time Attendance REGULAR SEASON HOME GAMES Season Games Avg. Att. Total Att.

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Totals

6,010 6,988 8,134 7,988 10,768 10,097 12,178 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,854 12,884 12,884 12,888 12,888 12,888 12,888 20,740 20,800 20,577 19,462 20,369 20,292 19,459 19,421 16,684 16,594 15,049 16,360 19,550 20,524 20,498 20,510 20,496 19,830 14,800

240,388 279,506 333,480 327,495 441,506 413,992 499,302 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 527,008 528,244 528,244 528,408 528,408 528,408 515,520 850,338 852,799 843,647 486,556 835,111 831,976 797,821 796,250 684,038 680,374 617,019 670,778 801,566 841,499 840,411 840,924 676,384 813,012 25,692,778

MODA CENTER ONLY 18 yrs. 714 19,272

Games

TOTAL HOME GAMES Avg. Att. Total Att.

10 3 1 1 2

12,850 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666

128,501 37,998 12,666 12,666 25,332

3 3 4 2 2 2 1 12 9 11 2 2 1 2 2 2 7 8 1 1 3

12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,880 12,884 12,884 12,888 12,888 12,888 12,888 21,401 21,538 21,587 20,608 20,269 20,580 20,580 20,187

37,998 37,998 50,664 25,332 25,332 25,332 12,880 154,608 115,956 141,768 25,776 25,776 12,888 42,802 43,076 43,174 144,262 162,153 20,580 20,580 60,562

3 3 3

20,400 20,245 20,365

61,199 60,735 61,068

106

15,265

1,629,662

40 40 41 41 41 41 51 44 42 42 43 41 44 44 45 43 43 43 42 53 50 52 43 43 42 43 43 43 32 49 42 42 44 41 41 41 41 41 44 44 44 33 41 1,842

13,760,503

35

20,577

720,191

749

19,333

14,480,694

MEMORIAL COLISEUM ONLY 25 yrs. 1,022 11,137 11,932,275

71

12,646

909,471

1,093

11,738

12,841,746

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40 40 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 40 41 41 41 25 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 33 41 1,736

PLAYOFF HOME GAMES Games Avg. Att. Total Att.

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6,010 6,988 8,134 7,988 10,768 10,097 12,310 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,666 12,854 12,884 12,884 12,888 12,888 12,888 12,888 20,771 20,834 20,624 19,713 20,352 20,298 19,486 19,473 16,684 16,594 15,049 16,360 19,550 20,516 20,481 20,500 20,496 19,830 14,833

240,388 279,506 333,480 327,495 441,506 413,992 627,803 557,304 531,972 531,972 544,638 519,306 557,304 557,304 569,970 544,638 544,638 544,638 539,888 682,852 644,200 670,176 554,184 554,184 528,520 893,140 895,875 886,821 630,818 997,264 852,556 818,401 856,812 684,038 680,374 617,019 670,778 801,566 902,698 901,146 901,992 676,384 813,012 27,322,440

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Trail Blazers in the Olympics

Drazen Petrovic 1984, 1988, 1992 (Yugoslavia/Croatia) Portland 1989-1991

GOLD MEDALISTS Terry Dischinger Darrall Imhoff Walter Davis Kenny Carr Joe Kleine Arvydas Sabonis Clyde Drexler Scottie Pippen Scottie Pippen Shareef Abdur-Rahim Steve Smith Nate McMillan (Assistant Coach)

Clyde Drexler 1992 (USA) Portland 1983-1995

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1960 1960 1976 1976 1984 1988 1992 1992 1996 2000 2000 2008

Shareef Abdur-Rahim 2000 (USA) Portland 2003-2005

Kenny Carr 1976 (USA) Portland 1982-1987

SILVER MEDALISTS USA USA USA USA USA USSR USA USA USA USA USA USA

Jim Brewer 1972 Fernando Martin 1984 Drazen Petrovic 1988 Drazen Petrovic 1992 Aleksandar Djordjevic 1996 Rudy Fernandez 2008 Victor Claver 2012

USA Spain Yugoslavia Croatia Yugoslavia Spain Spain

BRONZE MEDALISTS Drazen Petrovic Stacey Augmon Arvydas Sabonis Arvydas Sabonis

Nate McMillan 2008 (USA) Portland 2005-2012

1984 1988 1992 1996

Yugoslavia USA Lithuania Lithuania

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Steve Smith 2000 (USA) Portland 1999-2001

Arvydas Sabonis 1988, 1992, 1996 (Lithuania/USSR) Portland 1995-01, 2002-03

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Bill Walton 1993 Portland 1974-1978

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Lenny Wilkens 1989 Portland 1974-1976

Scottie Pippen 2010 Portland 2000-2003

Jack Ramsay 1992 Portland 1976-1986

HALL OF FAMERS Players: Clyde Drexler Neil Johnston Drazen Petrovic Scottie Pippen Arvydas Sabonis Bill Walton Lenny Wilkens

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INDUCTED

1983-1995 1972-1974 1989-1990 2000-2003 1995-2001, 2002-2003 1974-1978 1974-1975

2004 1990 2002 2010 2011 1993 1989

Coaches: Jack Ramsay Lenny Wilkens

1976-1986 1974-1976

1992 1989

Curt Gowdy Award Winner: Bill Schonely 1970-1998

2012

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Trail Blazers Retired Jerseys

32 36 45 77*

NAME Larry Weinberg Dave Twardzik Lionel Hollins Larry Steele Maurice Lucas Clyde Drexler Bob Gross Terry Porter Bill Walton Lloyd Neal Geoff Petrie Jack Ramsay

WITH PORTLAND 1970-88 1976-80 1975-80 1971-80 1976-80, 1987-88 1983-95 1975-82 1985-95 1974-78 1972-79 1970-76 1976-86

RETIRED 1992 1981 2007 1981 1988 2001 2008 2008 1989 1979 1981 1993

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NUMBER 1* 13 14 15 20 22 30

*Honorary number

Dave Twardzik #13 Portland 1976-80

Larry Steele #15 Portland 1971-80

Bob Gross #30 Portland 1975-82

Terry Porter #30 Portland 1985-95

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Ken Johnson Kevin Duckworth

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Voshon Lenard Freddy Jones Taurean Green Damian Lillard

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*LARRY WEINBERG Rod Strickland Derek Anderson Jarrett Jack Ike Diogu Armon Johnson Shawne Williams Jared Jeffries

2

Linton Townes Perry Young Mark Bryant Stacey Augmon Steve Blake Dan Dickau Wesley Matthews

3

Herm Gilliam Jeff Lamp Clifford Robinson Damon Stoudamire Juan Dixon Jeremy Richardson Gerald Wallace Jonny Flynn Sasha Pavlovic

4

Greg Smith Jim Paxson Dave Johnson Marcus Brown Carlos Rogers Antonio Harvey Eddie Gill Maurice Baker Geno Carlisle Josh McRoberts Jerryd Bayless Sean Marks Nolan Smith

5

Jim McMillian Eddie Jordan Jermaine O'Neal Jeff McInnis Desmond Ferguson Ha Seung-Jin Ime Udoka Rudy Fernandez Raymond Felton Will Barton

6

Michael Holton Walter Davis Joe Wolf Mitchell Butler Bonzi Wells Juwan Howard Eric Maynor

7

Hank McDowell Brooke Steppe Kenny Anderson Charles Smith Wesley Person Dan Dickau Charles Smith Brandon Roy

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Charles Jones Ennis Whatley Steve Smith Martell Webster Patrick Mills Luke Babbitt

9

Lionel Hollins Danny Ainge Ruben Nembhard Rick Brunson Raef LaFrentz Elliot Williams

10

Phil Lumpkin Steve Hawes Corky Calhoun Ron Brewer Jay Buse Fernando Martin Craig Neal Dontonio Wingfield Antonio Daniels Omar Cook Joel Przybilla

11

Shaler Halimon Charles Yelverton Mark Sibley Willie Smith Abdul Jeelani Mike Gale Ron Rowan Clinton Wheeler Negele Knight Delaney Rudd Arvydas Sabonis Vladimir Stepania Sergio Rodriguez Luke Babbitt Jamal Crawford Meyers Leonard

12

Rick Adelman Dennis Layton Billy Ray Bates Lafayette Lever Lamont Strouthers Steve Henson Randolph Childress John Crotty Detlef Schrempf Erick Barkley James Thomas Sergei Monia LaMarcus Aldridge

13

Dave Wohl Bernie Fryer DAVE TWARDZIK

14

LIONEL HOLLINS Kelvin Ransey Darnell Valentine Jerry Sichting Robert Pack Gary Grant Chris Dudley Richie Frahm

15

Claude English LARRY STEELE

16

Johnny Davis

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Charlie Davis Willie McCarter Bob Verga Mario Elie Vincent Askew Chris Johnson

18

Victor Claver

19

Lenny Wilkens Aleksandar Djordjevic Sean Higgins Nick Van Exel Joel Freeland

20

MAURICE LUCAS Steve Colter

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Sidney Wicks Dennis Awtrey Carl Bailey Brian Martin Walter Berry Danny Young Jaren Jackson Rumeal Robinson Ruben Patterson Jamaal Magloire Marcus Camby Fabricio Oberto JJ Hickson

22

Clyde Mayes Jeff Judkins CLYDE DREXLER

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Steve Jones T.R. Dunn Roy Hamilton Byron Irvin Aaron McKie Gary Grant Mitchell Butler Darius Miles Martell Webster Marcus Camby

24

Willie Norwood Audie Norris Adrian Branch Chris Dudley Qyntel Woods Stephen Graham Luke Schenscher Von Wafer Andre Miller Ronnie Price

25

LeRoy Ellis Bob Davis Tom Owens Jerome Kersey Steve Kerr Travis Outlaw

26

James Robinson

27

John Johnson Caldwell Jones Elmore Spencer Travis Diener

28

Kaniel Dickens

29

Slavko Vranes

30

Rick Roberson BOB GROSS TERRY PORTER Rasheed Wallace

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Peter Verhoeven Sam Bowie Alaa Abdelnaby Tracy Murray Reggie Jordan Kelvin Cato Matt Carroll Sebastian Telfair Jeff Pendergraph Jarron Collins

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BILL WALTON Michael Harper

33

Jim Barnett Danny Anderson Ira Terrell Calvin Natt Bernard Thompson Steve Johnson Nate Johnston Otis Thorpe Gary Trent Scottie Pippen Shareef Abdur-Rahim Dante Cunningham

34

Bill Stricker Bill Turner Robin Jones Kenny Carr Ronnie Murphy Rolando Ferreira Isaiah Rider Antonio Harvey Dale Davis James Jones Hasheem Thabeet

35

Ed Manning Darrall Imhoff LaRue Martin Kevin Gamble Richard Anderson Kevin Thompson Joe Kleine

42

Terry Dischinger Greg Lee Wally Walker Kim Anderson Kermit Washington Wayne Cooper Walt Williams Theo Ratliff Shavlik Randolph

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Bill Smith Mychal Thompson

44

Gary Gregor Ollie Johnson Jacky Dorsey Clemon Johnson Kevin Kunnert Drazen Petrovic Harvey Grant Brian Grant Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje Channing Frye Anthony Tolliver

45

GEOFF PETRIE Geoff Crompton

48

Walt Gilmore

50

Chris Engler Joe Binion Tom Scheffler Robert Reid Greg Anthony Zach Randolph

51

Michael Ruffin

52

Jim Brewer Buck Williams Greg Oden

53

James Edwards Alton Lister

54

Dale Schlueter Tom Piotrowski Reggie Smith Brian Skinner

55

Kiki Vandeweghe Will Perdue

36

77

38

83

LLOYD NEAL

*JACK RAMSAY

Ron Knight Anthony Cook Viktor Khryapa

Craig Smith

40

Stan McKenzie Barry Clemens Petur Gudmundsson Reggie Slater Shawn Kemp Earl Barron Kurt Thomas

41

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Nicolas Batum Players listed in bold were on roster at end of 2012-13 season. All capitals indicates number retired. *Honorary number.

Dorie Murrey Jim Marsh Nikita Wilson

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Trail Blazers Trade History NOTES TO TRADE HISTORY

1970 May 11 ........ Traded Larry Seigfried to San Diego in exchange for Jim Barnett. June 17 ...... Traded Jerry Chambers to Atlanta in exchange for Gary Gregor. Oct. 7 .......... Sold Pat Riley to the Los Angeles Lakers. Oct. 20 ........ Traded 1971 2nd round draft choice (Willie Sojourner) to Chicago in exchange for Shaler Halimon. Oct. 22 ........ Traded Dorrie Murrey to Baltimore in exchange for a 1971 2nd round draft choice (Rick Fisher). 1971 Mar. 23 ........ Traded Jim Barnett to San Francisco for a 1971 2nd round draft choice (Charles Yelverton), 1971 3rd round choice (Bill Smith) and 1972 2nd round choice (Dave Twardzik). Sept. 11 ...... Traded LeRoy Ellis to the L.A. Lakers in exchange for cash and a 1972 2nd round draft choice (Ollie Johnson). 1972 July 31 ........ Acquired Fred Foster from Philadelphia in exchange for a 1973 2nd round draft choice (Alan Bristow). Foster is then sent to Detroit in exchange for Terry Dischinger. Oct. 2 .......... Traded Dale Schlueter to Philadelphia for Dave Wohl. Oct. 24 ........ Obtained Charlie Davis from Cleveland in exchange for a 1974 3rd round pick (Foots Walker) and cash. Oct. 27 ........ Traded Stan McKenzie to Houston for Greg Smith. 1973 Mar. 20 ........ Received from Philadelphia Milwaukee’s 1974 2nd round draft choice (Rubin Collins) as compensation for the 76ers' signing of veteran free agent Gary Gregor. Apr. 24 ........ Acquired John Johnson, Rick Roberson and Los Angeles Lakers’ 1973 1st round pick (Barry Parkhill) from Cleveland in exchange for two 1973 draft choices (1st—Jim Brewer, and 3rd—Jim O’Brien). Sept. 14 ..... Traded Rick Adelman to Chicago for cash and a 1974 2nd round draft choice (Phil Lumpkin). 1974 May 20 ........ New Orleans selected Portland’s Ollie Johnson in expansion draft. Sept. 16 .... Traded Rick Roberson to New Orleans in exchange for Barry Clemens, Kansas City’s 1976 2nd round draft choice (Major Jones) and cash. Sept. 18 ....... Traded Mickey Johnson to Chicago for a 1975 3rd round pick (Gus Gerard). Oct. 7 .......... Purchased the playing rights to Lenny Wilkens from Cleveland. 1975 June 9 ........ Traded Phil Lumpkin to Phoenix for the Los Angeles Lakers’ 1976 2nd round draft choice (choice traded to New Orleans for 1977 New Orleans 2nd round draft pick (Kim Anderson). Oct. 23 ........ Acquired Steve Jones from Golden State in exchange for a 1976 6th round pick (Dwayne Barnett). Nov. 13 ........ Traded John Johnson to Houston for Steve Hawes. 1976 June 3 ......... Traded Los Angeles Lakers’ 1976 2nd round draft choice (Jacky Dorsey) to New Orleans in exchange for its 1977 2nd round draft choice (Kim Anderson). Aug. 5 .......... Traded Geoff Petrie and Steve Hawes to Atlanta in exchange for the 2nd pick in the ABA dispersal draft (Maurice Lucas). Sept. 2 ......... Purchased Herm Gilliam from Seattle. Sept. 2 ......... Sold Sidney Wicks to New Orleans. Oct. 5 ........... New Orleans cancelled Sidney Wicks trade because of contractual problems. Oct. 12 .......... Sold Sidney Wicks to Boston. Oct. 18 ........ Traded Moses Malone to Buffalo for 1978 1st round draft choice (choice traded for Indiana’s 1978 1st round pick (Mychal Thompson) and cash). 1977 July 15 ......... Reacquired Dale Schlueter from Phoenix in exchange for a 1978 4th round pick (Wayne Smith). Aug. 10 ....... Acquired Tom Owens from Houston in exchange for Robin Jones and cash. Oct. 5 .......... Traded Rich Laurel to Altanta in exchange for Buffalo’s 1978 2nd round draft choice (Keith Herron). Nov. 11 ....... Traded Wally Walker to Seattle for two draft choices, Detroit’s 1st in 1978 (Ron Brewer) and San Antonio’s 2nd in 1979 (Andrew Fields). 1978 June 7 ........ Traded its 1978 1st round draft choice (Ray Townsend) to Golden State in exchange for the Warriors’ 1981 1st round draft choice (pick traded for Calvin Natt). June 8 ........ Traded Johnny Davis and Buffalo’s 1978 1st round draft choice (Rick Robey) to Indiana for the Pacers’ 1978 1st round pick (Mychal Thompson). June 30 ...... Traded Corky Calhoun to Indiana for a 1980 2nd round draft choice (David Lawrence). Dec. 15 ....... Signed free agent Jim McMillian, giving New York as compensation a 1979 2nd round draft choice (Kim Goetz). 1979 Aug. 24 ........ Traded Willie Smith to Cleveland in exchange for a 1981 3rd round draft choice (Derek Holcomb). Sept. 18 ....... Traded a 1981 2nd round draft choice (Harvey Knuckles) to Detroit for Jim Brewer. Sept. 18 ....... Awarded from San Diego Kermit Washington, Kevin Kunnert, a 1980 1st round draft choice (choice traded for Calvin Natt), and cash as compensation for the signing of veteran free agent Bill Walton. Oct. 9 .......... Traded Clemon Johnson to Indiana in exchange for New Jersey’s 1981 2nd round pick (Brian Jackson).

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1. If a third team is not mentioned, assume any draft pick is the choice of the team Portland is trading with or is Portland’s choice. 2. If a draft choice acquired in a transaction is subsequently traded by Portland in that original deal, the choice is listed as ‘choice traded.’ Everywhere else when referring to a draft choice, the player eventually selected by Portland or by the team ultimately receiving the draft choice is shown in parentheses. 3. In trades, only what actually happened is given. If a team has several options in a deal, only the one it ultimately uses is given. 4. Names in boldface indicate players who actually played for the Trail Blazers or are on the current roster entering 2013-14.


Trail Blazers Trade History 1980 Feb. 8 .......... Traded Lionel Hollins to Philadelphia for Cleveland’s 1981 1st round draft choice (pick traded for Kelvin Ransey) and cash. Feb. 8 .......... Traded Maurice Lucas, San Diego’s 1980 1st round pick (Mike Gminski) and Golden State’s 1981 1st round draft choice (Albert King) to New Jersey for Calvin Natt. May 28 ........ Dallas selected Portland’s Abdul Jeelani in expansion draft. June 10 ....... Traded rights to Ron Lester along with Cleveland’s 1981 1st round draft choice (Al Wood) to Chicago in exchange for the rights to Kelvin Ransey and the Bulls’ 1981 1st round choice (Darnell Valentine). Aug. 15 ........ Traded T.R. Dunn and a 1983 1st round draft choice (Howard Carter) to Denver in exchange for a 1983 1st round draft choice (Clyde Drexler) and a 1984 2nd round draft choice (Steve Colter). Oct. 8 .......... Traded Jim Brewer to the Los Angeles Lakers for a 1984 2nd round draft choice (Jerome Kersey). Dec. 19 ........ Traded Ron Brewer to San Antonio in exchange for Mike Gale and a 1982 1st round draft choice (choice traded to Detroit for Kenny Carr). 1981 June 5 ......... Traded Tom Owens to Indiana for a 1984 1st round draft choice (Sam Bowie). June 8 ......... Traded Mike Gale to Golden State for two 2nd round picks (1982—Audie Norris, 1985—Mike Smrek). Aug. 4 .......... Conveyed to New York a 1982 3rd round draft choice (Craig Tucker) for the rights to Tom Barker. Sept. 24 ....... Traded Geoff Crompton to Milwaukee for a 1982 3rd round draft choice (Phillip Lockett). 1982 June 23 ....... Acquired Kenny Carr from Detroit in exchange for San Antonio’s 1982 1st round pick (Ricky Pierce). June 28 ....... Traded Kelvin Ransey to Dallas in exchange for Wayne Cooper and Boston’s 1985 1st round draft choice (Terry Porter). Aug. 2 .......... Acquired Jeff Judkins from Detroit in exchange for a 1984 3rd round draft choice (Tim Kearney). 1983 Jan. 7 .......... Obtained Don Buse from Indiana in exchange for cash and other considerations (consultation services of Blazers Vice President Jon Spoelstra). Aug. 18 ........ Traded Granville Waiters to Indiana for Chicago’s 1984 2nd round draft choice (Victor Fleming). Aug. 18 ........ Reacquired its own 1984 3rd round draft choice (Tim Kearney) from Detroit in exchange for Petur Gudmundsson. Sept. 6 ......... Traded Linton Townes to Cleveland for a 1987 2nd round draft choice (Lester Fonville). Oct. 7 .......... Traded Hank McDowell to Indiana for a 1986 3rd round draft choice (Juden Smith). 1984 June 8 ......... Traded Calvin Natt, Lafayette Lever, Wayne Cooper, a 1985 1st round draft choice (Blair Rassmussen) and a 1984 2nd round pick (Willie White) to Denver in exchange for Kiki Vandeweghe. 1985 June 14 ....... Traded Bernard Thompson to Phoenix for a 1987 2nd round draft choice (Nikita Wilson). June 18 ....... Traded rights to Mike Smrek to Chicago for rights to Ben Coleman and Ken Johnson. Oct. 10 .......... Conveyed to Chicago a 1987 2nd round draft choice (Winston Garland) as compensation for signing veteran free agent Caldwell Jones. 1986 Jan. 14.......... Traded Darnell Valentine and a 1988 2nd round pick (Tom Garrick) to the L.A. Clippers in exchange for Boston's 1986 1st round pick (Arvydas Sabonis) and the Clippers' 1988 2nd round pick (Rolando Ferreira). June 17 ........ Traded Steve Colter to Chicago in exchange for the rights to Larry Krystkowiak, Portland's own 1987 2nd round draft choice (choice traded to Milwaukee for Chris Engler), and a 2nd round pick in 1992. June 19 ........ Traded Mychal Thompson and the right's to Larry Krystkowiak to San Antonio for Steve Johnson. July 31.......... Acquired Michael Holton from Chicago for a 1992 2nd round draft choice. Nov. 11 ......... Acquired Chris Engler from Milwaukee in exchange for a 1987 2nd round draft choice (Winston Garland). Dec. 18 ......... Traded Walter Berry to San Antonio for Kevin Duckworth. 1987 June 22 ...... Traded Jim Paxson to Cleveland in exchange for Keith Lee. Aug. 18 ....... Cancelled Paxson-Lee trade after Lee failed to pass a physical. Oct. 11 ........ Traded Kermit Washington to Golden State for a 1988 3rd round draft choice (Anthony Mason). Nov. 10 ....... Acquired Maurice Lucas from Seattle in exchange for a 1990 2nd round draft choice (Abdul Shamsid-Deen). 1988 Feb. 23 ....... Traded Jim Paxson to Boston in exchange for Jerry Sichting and cash. June 23 ...... Charlotte selected Michael Holton in expansion draft. 1989 Feb. 23 ....... Traded Kiki Vandeweghe to New York in exchange for a 1989 1st round draft choice (Byron Irvin). June 15 ...... Minnesota selected Steve Johnson in expansion draft. June 24 ...... Traded Sam Bowie and its 1989 1st round draft choice (Mookie Blaylock) to New Jersey for Buck Williams. Oct. 17 ........ Traded Richard Anderson to Charlotte in exchange for Robert Reid. 1990 Aug. 1 ......... Traded Byron Irvin, Portland’s 1991 1st round draft choice (Pete Chilcutt), Chicago’s 1992 2nd round draft choice (Brett Roberts), and cash to Sacramento for Danny Ainge. 1991 Jan. 23 ....... Acquired Walter Davis from Denver in exchange for New Jersey’s 1992 1st round draft choice (Bryant Stith), received in exchange for Drazen Petrovic in a three-team transaction. June 26 ........ Acquired draft rights to Lamont Strothers from Golden State for Portland's 1995 (Tyrus Edney by Sacramento) and 1999 2nd round draft picks.

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1992 July 1 .......... Traded Alaa Abdelnaby to Milwaukee for the draft rights to Tracy Murray. 1993 June 24 ...... Traded Kevin Duckworth to Washington for Harvey Grant. Aug. 2 ......... Traded Mario Elie to Houston for a 1995 2nd round draft choice (choice traded to Detroit). 1995 Feb. 14 ....... Traded Clyde Drexler and Tracy Murray to Houston for Otis Thorpe, draft rights to Marcelo Nicola and Houston' 1995 1st round draft choice (choice traded to Detroit) June 26 ...... Traded two 1995 1st round selections (Theo Ratliff and Randolph Childress) and a 2nd round pick (Don Reid) for Detroit's 1995 1st round draft selection (Shawn Respert). June 28 ...... Traded the rights to Shawn Respert, Portland's 1995 1st round selection to Milwaukee for the rights to Milwaukee's 1995 1st round pick (Gary Trent) and a Milwaukee (from Charlotte) 1997 1st round pick. Sept. 20 ...... Traded Otis Thorpe to Detroit for Randolph Childress and Bill Curley. 1996 June 27 ...... Acquired the draft rights to Jason Sasser from Sacramento for future considerations. July 15 ........ Traded Rod Strickland and Harvey Grant to Washington for Rasheed Wallace and Mitchell Butler July 23 ........ Traded James Robinson, Bill Curley and a 1997 1st round draft choice (Milwaukee's from Charlotte---Paul Grant) to Minnesota for Isaiah Rider. 1997 Jan. 24 ........ Traded Randolph Childress, Reggie Jordan and Aaron McKie to Detroit for Stacey Augmon June 25 ...... Traded the draft rights to Portland's 1st round selection, Chris Anstey, plus monetary considerations to Dallas for the rights to the Mavericks' 1st round draft pick, Kelvin Cato. June 25 ...... Acquired the draft rights to C.J. Bruton from Vancouver for monetary considerations. Oct. 10 ........ Traded Chris Dudley to New York for a 1998 1st round draft pick. 1998 Feb. 13 ....... Traded Kenny Anderson, Gary Trent and Alvin Williams, its own 1998 1st round draft pick (Mirsad Turkan) and 2nd round draft pick (Tyson Wheeler) and New York's 1998 1st round pick (Bryce Drew) plus monetary considerations to Toronto for Carlos Rogers, Damon Stoudamire and Walt Williams. 1999 Jan. 22 ........ Acquired the draft rights to Bonzi Wells from Detroit for Portland's 1999 1st round pick (Choice traded to Atlanta, Jumaine Jones). Aug. 2 ....... Traded Isaiah Rider and Jim Jackson to Atlanta for Steve Smith and Ed Gray. Oct. 2 ......... Traded Stacey Augmon, Kelvin Cato, Ed Gray, Carlos Rogers, Brian Shaw and Walt Williams to Houston for Scottie Pippen. 2000 Aug. 30 ....... Sent Brian Grant to Miami and Gary Grant to Cleveland in a three-team, ďŹ ve-player trade that brought Shawn Kemp from Cleveland and sent Chris Gatling and Clarence Weatherspoon from Miami to Cleveland. Aug. 31 ....... Traded Joe Kleine and Jermaine O'Neal to Indiana for Dale Davis. 2001 July 20 ........ Traded Greg Anthony to Chicago for their second round draft pick in the 2002 NBA Draft (Jason Jennings). July 25.......... Traded Steve Smith to San Antonio for Derek Anderson and Steve Kerr. Oct. 10 ......... Traded Will Perdue to Los Angeles Clippers for draft rights to Doren Sheffer. 2002 Aug. 5 ......... Traded Erick Barkley, Steve Kerr and 2003 2nd round draft pick to San Antonio for Antonio Daniels, Amal McCaskill and Charles Smith. 2003 Dec. 3 ......... Traded Bonzi Wells to Memphis for Wesley Person, a 2004 conditional 1st round pick (Sergei Monia) and cash considerations. 2004 Jan. 21 ........ Traded Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje and Jeff McInnis to Cleveland for Darius Miles. Feb. 9 ........... Traded Wesley Person and Rasheed Wallace to Atlanta for Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Dan Dickau and Theo Ratliff. June 22 ........ Traded Eddie Gill and cash considerations to New Jersey for the draft rights to Viktor Khryapa. July 20.......... Traded Dale Davis and Dan Dickau to Golden State for Nick Van Exel. 2005 June 28 ........ Acquired 2005 NBA Draft's 6th pick (Martell Webster) and 27th pick (Linas Kleiza) and conditional 2006 1st round pick from Utah in exchange for 2005 3rd pick (Deron Williams). June 28 ........ Traded draft rights for Linas Kleiza and 2005 2nd round pick (Ricky Sanchez) to Denver for draft rights to Jarrett Jack (1st round). Aug. 2 ......... Traded Shareef Abdur-Rahim to New Jersey for a conditional 2006 1st round pick (Trade recinded Aug. 9, by Nets. Abdur-Rahim becomes free agent). 2006 Feb. 23 ......... Acquired Voshon Lenard from Denver and Brian Skinner from Sacramento in a four-team, nine-player deal that sent Ruben Patterson and Charles Smith to Denver and Sergei Monia to Sacramento. June 28 ........ Acquired the draft rights to LaMarcus Aldridge and a future second-round pick from Chicago for Viktor Khryapa and the draft rights to Tyrus Thomas. June 28 ........ Traded Sebastian Telfair, Theo Ratliff and a 2008 second-round pick to Boston for Raef LaFrentz, Dan Dickau and draft rights to Randy Foye. June 28 ........ Traded draft rights to Randy Foye to Minnesota in exchange for the draft rights to Brandon Roy. June 28 ........ Acquired the draft rights to Sergio Rodriguez from Phoenix for cash considerations. June 28 ........ Traded the draft rights to James White to Indiana for the draft rights to Alexander Johnson and two future second round picks. June 28 ........ Traded the draft rights to Alexander Johnson to Memphis for a future second round pick. July 31.......... Acquired Jamaal Magloire from Milwaukee for Steve Blake, Ha Seung-Jin and Brian Skinner.

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Trail Blazers Trade History 2007 Feb. 22 ......... Acquired Freddy Jones and future considerations from Toronto in exchange for Juan Dixon. June 28 ........ Acquired the draft rights to Petteri Koponen from Philadelphia in exchange for cash considerations and the draft rights to Derrick Byars. June 28 ........ Traded Zach Randolph, Freddy Jones, Dan Dickau and Demetris Nichols' draft rights to New York in exchange for Channing Frye, Steve Francis and the Knicks' second-round pick in 2008. July 11.......... Acquired James Jones and the draft rights to Rudy Fernandez from Phoenix in exchange for cash considerations. 2008 Feb. 21 ......... Acquired Von Wafer from Denver in exchange for Taurean Green. June 26 ........ Acquired the draft rights to Darrell Arthur from New Orleans for cash considerations. June 26 ........ Acquired the draft rights to Nicolas Batum from Houston in exchange for the draft rights to Darrell Arthur and Joey Dorsey. June 26 ........ Sent the draft rights to Omer Asik to Chicago in exchange for three second round draft picks from Chicago and Denver. June 26 ........ Sent the draft rights to Mike Taylor to the L.A. Clippers in exchange for a 2009 second round draft pick. July 9............ Acquired Ike Diogu and the draft rights to Jerryd Bayless in exchange for Jarrett Jack, Josh McRoberts, the draft rights to Brandon Rush and cash considerations. 2009 Feb. 18 ......... Acquired Michael Ruffin in exchange for Ike Diogu as part of a three-team trade involving Chicago and Sacramento. June 24 ........ Acquired the 22nd overall selection (Victor Claver) in the 2009 NBA Draft from the Dallas Mavericks in exchange for the 24th pick (B.J. Mullens), 56th pick (Ahmad Nivins) and a second-round pick in 2010. June 25 ........ Acquired the draft rights to Jeff Pendergraph in exchange for Sergio Rodriguez, the draft rights to Jon Brockman and cash considerations. 2010 Feb. 16 ......... Acquired Marcus Camby from the L.A. Clippers in exchange for Steve Blake, Travis Outlaw and cash considerations. June 21 ........ Acquired the 34th overall selection (Armon Johnson) in the 2010 NBA Draft from the Golden State Warriors in exchange for the 44th overall pick (Jerome Jordan) and cash considerations. June 24 ........ Acquired Ryan Gomes and the draft rights to Luke Babbitt from the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for Martell Webster. Oct. 23 .......... Acquired a conditional, future first round pick from New Orleans in exchange for Jerryd Bayless. 2011 Feb. 24 ......... Acquired Gerald Wallace from Charlotte in exchange for Joel Przybilla, Dante Cunningham, Sean Marks and two conditional first round picks. June 23 ........ Acquired Raymond Felton from Denver in exchange for Andre Miller, with Rudy Fernandez and the NBA rights to Petteri Koponen going to Dallas as part of a three-team trade. 2012 March 15 ...... Acquired Mehmet Okur, Shawne Williams and a first round draft selection (Damian Lillard) from New Jersey in exchange for Gerald Wallace. March 15 ...... Acquired Jonny Flynn, Hasheem Thabeet and a second round pick (Will Barton) from Houston in exchange for Marcus Camby. June 28 ........ Sent the draft rights to guard Tyshawn Taylor, selected with the 41st overall pick, to Brooklyn in exchange for cash considerations. July 16.......... Acquired Jared Jeffries, Dan Gadzuric, Georgios Printezis, Kostas Papanikolaou, a future second round draft pick and cash considerations from New York in exchange for Raymond Felton and Kurt Thomas. July 20.......... Acquired Sasha Pavlovic from Boston along with two second round draft picks, with Jon Diebler going to Houston as part of a three-team trade.

2013 Feb. 21 ......... Acquired Eric Maynor from Oklahoma City in exchange for the draft rights to Georgios Printezis. June 27 ........ Acquired Allen Crabbe from Cleveland in exchange for a 2015 second round pick and a 2016 second round selection. June 27 ........ Traded the draft rights to Grant Jerrett to Oklahoma City for cash considerations. July 10.......... Acquired Robin Lopez and Terrel Harris from New Orleans in exchange for the draft rights to Jeff Withey, a future second round pick and cash. July 10.......... Acquired Thomas Robinson from Houston in exchange for the NBA rights to Kostas Papanikolaou and Marko Todorovic, and two future second round picks.

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Player

From

2013 1. 2. 2. 2.

CJ McCollum (10) ............ Lehigh Jeff Withey (39)................... Kansas Grant Jerrett (40)............... Arizona Marko Todorovic (45)......... Montenegro

2012 1. *Damian Lillard (6)........... Weber State 1. *Meyers Leonard (11) ....... Illinois 2. *Will Barton (40) .............. Memphis

2011 1. *Nolan Smith (21) .............. Duke 2. Jon Diebler (51) .................. Ohio State

2010 1. *Elliot Williams (22) ........... Memphis 2. *Armon Johnson (34) ......... Nevada

2009 1. 2. 2. 2.

*Victor Claver (22) .......... Spain *Dante Cunningham (33) .. Villanova Jon Brockman (38) ........... Washington *Patrick Mills (55) ............. St. Mary's

2008 1. 2. 2. 2.

Brandon Rush (13) ............ Kansas Joey Dorsey (33) ............... Memphis Omer Asik (36) .................. Turkey Mike Taylor (55) ................. Idaho (D-League)

2007 1. 2. 2. 2. 2.

*Greg Oden (1).................. Ohio State *Josh McRoberts (37) ....... Duke Derrick Byars (42) ............. Vanderbilt *Taurean Green (52) ......... Florida Demetris Nichols (53)........ Syracuse

2006 1. Tyrus Thomas (4) .............. LSU 1. *Joel Freeland (30) .......... England 2. James White (31) .............. Cincinnati

2005 1. *Martell Webster (6) .......... Seattle Prep (WA) 1. Linas Kleiza (27) ............... Missouri 2. Ricky Sanchez (35) ........... IMG Academy

2004 1. *Sebastian Telfair (13) ....... A. Lincoln HS (NY) 1. *Sergei Monia (23) ............ Russia 2. *Ha Seung-Jin (46)............ South Korea

2003 1. *Travis Outlaw (23) ............ Starkville HS (MS) 2. Nedzad Sinanovic (54) ...... Bosnia-Herzegovina

2002 1. *Qyntel Woods (21) ........... NE Mississippi CC 2. Jason Jennings (43) .......... Arkansas State 2. Frederico Kammerichs (51) .. Argentina

2001 1. *Zach Randolph (18) ..............Michigan State 2. *Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje (50) .Georgetown

1999 1. No selection - traded 2. No selection - traded

1998 1. No selection - traded 2. No selection - traded

1997 1. Chris Anstey (18) ................ Australia 2. *Alvin Williams (48) ............. Villanova

1996 1. *Jermaine O'Neal (17)......... Eau Claire HS (SC) 2. *Marcus Brown (46) ............. Murray State

1995 1. Shawn Respert (8) .............. Michigan State 2. No selection - traded

1994 1. *Aaron McKie (17) ............... Temple 2. Shawnelle Scott (43) ........... St. John's

1993 1. *James Robinson (21) ......... Alabama 2. *Kevin Thompson (48) ......... North Carolina St.

1992 1. *Dave Johnson (26) ............. Syracuse 2. *Reggie Smith (31) .............. Texas Christian

1991 1. No selection - traded 2. Marcus Kennedy (54) ......... Eastern Michigan

1990 1. *Alaa Abdelnaby (25) .......... Duke 2. No selection - traded

HISTORY

Current Trail Blazers in bold. *Indicates played for Portland. Number in parentheses chronological order of selection.

1989 1. *Byron Irvin (22) .................. Missouri 2. *Clifford Robinson (36) ........ Connecticut

1988 1. 2. 3. 3.

*Mark Bryant (21) ................ Seton Hall *Rolando Ferreira (26) ......... Houston Anthony Mason (53) ........... Tennessee State *Craig Neal (71) ................... Georgia Tech

1987 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

*Ronnie Murphy (17) ........... Jacksonville Lester Fonville (29) ............. Jackson State *Nikita Wilson (30) ............... Louisiana State *Kevin Gamble (63) ............. Iowa Pee Wee Barber (86) .......... Florida State David Moss (109) ............... Tulsa Bernard Jackson (132) ....... Loyola (Chicago) Kenny Stone (155).............. George Fox

1986 1. 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

*Walter Berry (14) ................ St. John’s *Arvydas Sabonis (24)......... Lithuania Panagiotis Fasoulas (37) .... North Carolina St. Juden Smith (49) ................ Texas-El Paso *Drazen Petrovic (60) .......... Croatia David Shaffer (83) .............. Florida State Jerry Adams (106) .............. Oregon Tony Hampton (129) ........... Montana State Randy Schiff (152).............. LinďŹ eld

2000 1. *Erick Barkley (28) .............. St. John's 2. No selection - traded

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1979

*Terry Porter (24) ................. Wisc.-Stevens Pt. Mike Smrek (25) ................. Canisius George Montgomery (39) ... Illinois *Perry Young (61)................. Virginia Tech Joe Atkinson (85) ............... Oklahoma State James Anderson (107) ....... Union KY Curtis Moore (131) ............. Nebraska Mark Owen (153)................ College of Idaho

1984 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

*Sam Bowie (2) ................... Kentucky *Bernard Thompson (19) ..... Fresno State Victor Fleming (26) ............. Xavier-Ohio *Steve Colter (33) ................ New Mexico State *Jerome Kersey (46)............ Longwood Tim Kearney (65) ................ West Virginia Brett Applegate (88) ........... Brigham Young Mike Whitemarsh (111) ...... San Diego Lance Ball (134) ................. Western Oregon Victor Anger (157) .............. Pepperdine Steve Flint (180) ................. Calif.-San Diego Dennis Black (202) ............. Portland Randy Dunn (224) .............. George Fox

1983 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

*Clyde Drexler (14) .............. Houston Granville Waiters (39) ......... Ohio State *Tom Piotrowski (62)............ LaSalle Tim Dunham (85)................ Chaminade Gary Monroe (108) ............. Wright State Derrick Pope (131) ............. Montana Paul Little (154) .................. Pennsylvania Frank Smith (177) ............... Arizona Phil Hopson (199)............... Idaho Russ Christiansen (220) ..... Eastern Oregon *Lafayette Lever (11) ........... Arizona State *Linton Townes (33) ............. James Madison *Audie Norris (37) ................ Jackson State Phillip Lockett (66) .............. Alabama Eric Smith (79).................... Georgetown Cherokee Rhone (103) ....... Centenary Leo Cunningham (125)....... Utah State Terry Long (149) ................. Lamar Dave Porter (171) ............... Western Oregon Mark Dearborn (195) .......... St. Joseph’s Grant Taylor (215) ............... California-Irvine *Jeff Lamp (15) .................... Virginia *Darnell Valentine (16)......... Kansas Brian Jackson (26).............. Utah State Derek Holcomb (50) ........... Illinois *Petur Gudmundsson (61) ... Washington *Peter Verhoeven (85) ......... Fresno State Herb Andrew (107) ............. South Alabama Roshern Amie (131) ........... Texas-El Paso Julius Wayne (153) ............. Texas-El Paso John Smith (176) ................ St. Joseph’s Sid Williams (196)............... San Jose State Steve Cochran (217) .......... Lewis & Clark

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1. 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

*Mychal Thompson (1) ........ Minnesota *Ron Brewer (7) ................... Arkansas Keith Herron (24) ................ Villanova *Clemon Johnson (44)......... Florida A&M Sterling Edmunds (66)........ Dartmouth No selection - traded Clay Johnson (110) ............ Missouri Tim Evans (131) ................. Puget Sound Walter Reason (152)........... Pacific OR Mark Wickman (170) .......... Linfield Paul Cozens (186) .............. George Fox Tim Warkentin (202) ............ Biola

1977 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rich Laurel (19) .................. Hofstra *Kim Anderson (28) ............. Missouri *T.R. Dunn (41) .................... Alabama Rickey Brown (63) .............. Alabama Greg White (85) .................. USC Donn Wilber (107) .............. LaSalle Myron Jordan (128) ............ Pacific CA Don Smith (148) ................. Oregon State Harold Rhodes (167) .......... Washington State *Wally Walker (5) ................. Virginia Major Jones (20) ................ Albany State *Johnny Davis (22) .............. Dayton Jeff Tyson (39) .................... Western Michigan David Everett (56)............... Grand Canyon Gary Redding (73) .............. Auburn No selection - traded Al DeWitt (109) ................... Weber State Brant Gibbler (127) ............. Puget Sound Rob Torresdal (145) ............ Linfield Marcus Leite (163) ............. Pepperdine

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*Lionel Hollins (6) ................ Arizona State *Bob Gross (25)................... Long Beach State Tom Roy (42) ...................... Maryland Gus Gerard (50) ................. Virginia Phil Hicks (61) .................... Tulane Maurice Presley (78) .......... Houston Gerald Willett (97)............... Oregon Steve Fields (114) .............. Miami OH Charlie Neal (133) .............. Oregon State Quentin Braxton (149) ........ Portland Tyree Foster (166) .............. Portland State

1974

1. 2. Ron Lester (10) ................... Iowa 2. David Lawrence (32) ........... McNeese State 2. Bruce Collins (33) ................ Weber State 3. *Michael Harper (56) ........... North Park 4. Kelvin Henderson (79) ......... St. Louis 5. Larry Belin (102) .................. New Mexico 6. Perry Mirkovich (125) .......... Lethbridge (Canada) 7. Greg Sims (148) .................. UCLA 8. John Stroeder (168) ............ Montana 9. Rick Boucher (188) .............. Maine 10. Dave Kufeld (205) ................ Yeshiva

1980 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1978

1975

1981 1. 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

*Jim Paxson (12) ................. Dayton Andy Fields (40) ................. Cheyney State Mickey Fox (56) .................. St. Mary’s (Can.) Darryl Robinson (78) .......... Appalachian St.NC Matt White (100) ................. Pennsylvania Ray Ellis (120) .................... Pepperdine Jeff Tropf (140) ................... Central Michigan Willie Pounds (159)............. Chaminade Stan Eckwood (177) ........... Harding Kelvin Small (195) .............. Oregon

1976

1982 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

*Bill Walton (1) ..................... UCLA Jan Van Breda Kolff (20) ..... Vanderbilt *Phil Lumpkin (34) ............... Miami OH Rubin Collins (36) ............... Maryland-East Shore No selection - traded Mickey Johnson (56) .......... Aurora Bernard Hardin (74)............ New Mexico *Dan Anderson (92) ............ USC Doug Richards (110) .......... Brigham Young Eldridge Broussard (128) ... Pacific OR Lee Haven (146) ................. Colorado Ron Jones (163) ................. Oregon State

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1971

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

1. 2. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Barry Parkhill (15)................ Virginia No selection - traded No selection - traded William Averitt (55) .............. Pepperdine Fran Costello (71) ................ Providence Neal Jurgenson (89) ............ Oregon State Larry Hollifield (105) ............ UCLA Lindell Reason (123) ........... Eastern Michigan Mike Contreras (139) ........... Arizona State Sam Whitehead (154).......... Oregon State Ed Payne (167) .................... Wake Forest Rick Holdt (177) ................... North Carolina St.

1972 1. 2. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16.

*LaRue Martin (1) ................ Loyola (Chicago) *Bob Davis (14) ................... Weber State *Dave Twardzik (26)............. Old Dominion *Ollie Johnson (30) .............. Temple *Lloyd Neal (31) ................... Tennessee State Gary Stewart (48) ............... Canisius Mike Reid (64) .................... Calif.-Riverside Joe Gaines (81) .................. Belmont TN Bob Lynn (98) ..................... Long Beach State Reuben Vance (114)........... Kent State Scott McCandlish (130) ...... Virginia Kresimir Cosic (144) ........... Brigham Young Jimmy Wilkins (157) ........... San Diego State Larry Morris (175) ............... Tulsa Paul Kelley (181) ................ Shaw Rich Haubeggar (188) ........ Wake Forest Mose Adolph (193) ............. Los Angeles State

*Sidney Wicks (2) ................ UCLA *Charles Yelverton (25) ........ Fordham Rick Fisher (27) .................. Colorado State *Larry Steele (37) ................ Kentucky *Bill Smith (42)..................... Syracuse Bobby Fields (54) ............... LaSalle Hector Blondet (71) ............ Murray State Jim Day (88) ....................... Morehead State Gene Knolle (105) .............. Texas Tech John Sutter (122)................ Tulane Gene Kennedy (139) .......... Texas Christian Greg Starrick (155) ............. Southern Illinois Howard Buford (171) .......... Gonzaga Don Sechler (185) .............. Delaware Valley

1970 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19.

*Geoff Petrie (8)................... Princeton *Walt Glimore (25) ............... Ft. Valley State Bill Cain (42) ........................ Iowa State Jim Penix (59)...................... Bowling Green *Ron Knight (76) .................. Los Angeles State George Janky (93) ............... Dayton *Claude English (110) ......... Rhode Island Doug Boyd (127) ................. Texas Christian Bill Gaskins (144) ................ Oregon Israel Oliver (161) ................ Elizabeth City St. Don McClemore (176) ......... Bowling Green Paul Adams (188) ................ Central Wahington Alex Boyd (199) ................... Nevada-Reno Frank Lotheridge (208) ........ Pan American John Canady (218) .............. Miami FL Doug Williams (226) ............ St. Mary's CA Bruce Butchko (235)............ Southern Illinois Mark Gabriel (243) .............. Hanover

Rick Adelman ........................San Diego Rockets Jerry Chambers ............................. Phoenix Suns LeRoy Ellis ................................ Baltimore Bullets Fred Hetzel .............................Philadelphia 76ers Joe Kennedy ........................Seattle SuperSonics Ed Manning ................................... Chicago Bulls

Stan McKenzie............................... Phoenix Suns Dorie Murrey ........................Seattle SuperSonics Pat Riley ................................San Diego Rockets Dale Schlueter ................ San Francisco Warriors Larry Siegfried .............................. Boston Celtics

Coin Flips for 1st Round Draft Choices YEAR 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

TEAMS New York-Detroit Baltimore-Detroit Baltimore-San Diego Milwaukee-Phoenix Detroit-San Diego * Cleveland-Portland Buffalo-Portland ** Philadelphia-Portland Philadelphia-Portland Atlanta-Los Angeles Atlanta-Chicago Kansas City-Milwaukee *** Kansas City-Indiana Los Angeles-Chicago Boston-Utah Detroit-Dallas Los Angeles-San Diego Houston-Indiana Houston-Portland

COIN CALL Detroit-Tails Baltimore-Tails San Diego-Heads Phoenix-Heads San Diego-Heads Portland-Heads Portland-Tails Philadelphia-Tails Philadelphia-Heads Atlanta-Tails Atlanta-Heads Kansas City-Heads Kansas City-Heads Chicago-Heads Utah-Heads Detroit-Heads Los Angeles-Heads Houston-Heads Portland-Tails

RESULT Heads Heads Heads Tails Tails Tails Tails Tails Tails Tails Heads Tails Tails Tails Tails Tails Heads Heads Heads

FIRST PICK

SECOND PICK

Cazzie Russell Jimmy Walker Elvin Hayes Lew Alcindor Bob Lanier Austin Carr LaRue Martin Doug Collins Bill Walton David Thompson John Lucas-Houston Kent Benson Mychal Thompson-Port. Magic Johnson Joe Barry Carroll-G.S. Mark Aguirre James Worthy Ralph Sampson Hakeem Olajuwon

Dave Bing Earl Monroe Wes Unseld Neal Walk Rudy Tomjanovich Sidney Wicks Bob McAdoo Jim Brewer-Cleveland Marvin Barnes David Meyers Scott May Otis Birdsong Phil Ford David Greenwood Darrell Griffith Isiah Thomas Terry Cummings Steve Stipanovich Sam Bowie

* Portland paid Cleveland cash to not select Sidney Wicks with its first pick. ** Portland traded second choice (Jim Brewer) to Cleveland in exchange for John Johnson, Rick Roberson and an exchange of draft choices. *** Indiana trades its first choice (Mychal Thompson) to Portland for Johnny Davis and Portland’s third choice (Rick Robey).

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Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers Alaa Abdelnaby

#31 6-10 240 b. 6/24/68 Duke '91 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 25th pick, 1990. Departed: Traded to Milwaukee for the rights to Tracy Murray, 7/1/92. GP

MIN

1990-91 43 290 1991-92 71 934 Portland 114 1224 NBA 269 3359

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

55 116 178 361 233 477 644 1291

.474 .493 .488 .499

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 3

.000 .000 .000 .000

FT

25 76 101 241

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

44 101 145 346

89 260 349 846

12 30 42 85

39-0 132-1 171-1 484-2

4 25 29 71

12 135 16 432 28 567 69 1465

3.1 6.1 4.9 5.4

.568 .752 .697 .697

Shareef Abdur-Rahim

#33 6-9 245 b. 12/11/76 California '99 Acquired: Traded by Atlanta with Theo Ratliff and Dan Dickau in exchange for Rasheed Wallace and Wesley Person, 2/9/04. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/05. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2003-04 32 728 118 264 2004-05 54 1867 337 670 Portland 86 1595 455 934 NBA 830 28882 5434 11515

.447 4 11 .503 15 39 .487 19 50 .472 154 519

FT

FTA Pct.

.374 79 95 .385 220 254 .380 299 349 .297 4006 4943

PTS

Avg.

.832 144 47 75-0 24 18 319 .866 392 111 150-3 49 26 909 .857 536 158 255-3 73 44 1228 .810 6239 2109 2324-14 820 638 15028

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

10.0 16.8 14.3 18.1

Rick Adelman

#12 6-2 185 b. 6/16/46 Loyola-Marymount '68 Acquired: Selected from San Diego in expansion draft 5/11/70. Departed: Traded to Chicago for cash and 1974 2nd round draft pick (Phil Lumpkin), 9/14/73. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1970-71 81 2303 378 895 .422 1971-72 80 2445 329 753 .437 1972-73 76 1822 214 525 .408 Portland 237 6570 921 2173 .424 NBA 462 10427 1381 3330 .415

— — — — —

— — — — —

— — — — —

FT

FTA Pct.

267 369 151 201 73 102 491 672 817 1146

REB

AST

.724 282 380 .751 229 413 .716 157 294 .731 668 1087 .713 1129 1606

PF-DQ

ST

214-2 — 209-2 — 155-2 — 578-6 — 990-8 106

BL

PTS

Avg.

— 1023 — 809 — 501 — 2333 9 3579

12.6 10.1 6.6 9.8 7.7

Danny Ainge

#9 6-5 185 b. 3/17/59 Brigham Young '81 Acquired: Traded by Sacramento to Portland for Byron Irvin, Portland’s 1991 1st round draft pick, Chicago’s 1992 2nd round draft pick, and cash, 8/1/90. Departed: Signed with Phoenix as free agent, 7/3/92. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1990-91 80 1710 337 714 .472 102 251 1991-92 81 1595 299 676 .442 78 230 Portland 161 3305 636 1390 .458 180 481 NBA 1042 27755 4643 9934 .467 1002 2651

FT

FTA Pct.

.406 114 138 .339 108 131 .374 222 269 .378 1676 1980

PTS

Avg.

.826 205 285 195-2 63 13 890 .824 148 202 148-0 73 13 784 .825 353 487 343-2 136 26 1674 .846 2768 4199 2549-26 1133 132 11964

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

11.1 9.7 10.4 11.5

Dan Anderson

#33 6-2 185 b. 1/1/51 USC '74 Acquired: Selected in 6th round (92nd pick), 1974 NBA Draft. Departed: Waived, 9/30/76. GP

1974-75 1975-76 Portland

MIN

FG

43 453 52 614 95 1067

47 88 135

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

105 .448 181 .486 286 .472

26 51 77

30 .867 61 .836 91 .846

29 62 91

81 85 166

44-0 58-0 102-0

16 20 36

1 2 3

120 227 347

2.8 4.4 3.7

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— — —

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Derek Anderson

#1 6-5 195 b. 7/18/74 Kentucky '97 Acquired: Traded by San Antonio with Steve Kerr for Steve Smith, 7/25/01. Departed: Waived, 8/3/05. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

2001-02 70 1860 247 612 .404 85 228 .373 178 208 2002-03 76 2556 355 832 .427 116 331 .350 231 269 2003-04 51 1810 230 612 .376 79 259 .305 155 188 2004-05 47 1239 152 391 .389 58 151 .384 70 87 Portland 244 7365 984 2447 .402 338 969 .349 634 752 NBA 615 17975 2419 5922 .408 645 1891 .341 1874 2198

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

.856 189 216 113-1 68 .859 264 325 141-1 90 .824 182 228 79-0 66 .805 128 143 89-0 36 .843 763 812 422-2 260 .853 1988 2083 1230-0 691

BL

PTS

Avg.

8 757 16 1057 3 694 4 432 31 2940 87 7357

10.8 13.9 13.6 9.2 12.0 12.0

Kenny Anderson

#7 6-1 168 b. 10/9/70 Georgia Tech '93 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/23/96. Departed: Traded with Gary Trent and Alvin Williams plus two 1998 1st round draft picks (Mirsad Turkan and Bryce Drew), a 1998 2nd round pick (Tyson Wheeler) and monetary considerations to Toronto for Damon Stoudamire, Carlos Rogers and Walt Williams, 2/13/98. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1996-97 82 3081 485 1137 .427 132 366 1997-98 45 1472 204 527 .387 47 133 Portland 127 4553 689 1664 .414 179 499 NBA 858 25868 4002 9512 .421 547 1580

FT

FTA Pct.

.361 334 435 .353 112 145 .359 446 580 .346 2238 2833

PTS

Avg.

.768 363 584 222-2 162 15 1436 .772 134 245 99-1 61 1 567 .769 497 829 321-3 223 16 2003 .790 2641 5196 1974-18 1258 111 10789

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST BL

17.5 12.6 15.8 12.6

Kim Anderson

#42 6-7 200 b. 5/12/55 Missouri '77 Acquired: Selected in 2nd round (28th pick) in 1977 NBA Draft. Departed: Waived, 1/16/79. 1978-79

140

GP

MIN

FG

21

224

24

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

77 .312

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FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

15

28 .536

45

15

42-0

4

5

63

3.0


Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers Richard Anderson

#35 6-10 245 b. 11/19/60 UC-Santa Barbara '82 Acquired: Claimed on waivers, 12/9/87. Departed: Traded to Charlotte for Robert Reid, 10/17/89. GP

MIN

1987-88 62 1297 1988-89 72 1082 Portland 134 2379 NBA 407 6002

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

160 413 145 348 305 761 909 2206

.387 42 .417 49 .401 91 .412 148

135 141 276 445

.311 .348 .330 .333

FT

54 32 86 294

FTA Pct.

72 38 110 386

REB

AST

PF-DQ

.750 286 .842 231 .782 517 .762 1418

108 98 206 611

133-1 50 100-1 44 233-2 94 691-4 225

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

16 416 12 371 28 787 94 2260

6.7 5.2 5.9 5.6

Greg Anthony

#50 6-1 180 b. 11/15/67 UNLV '91 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/13/99. Departed: Traded to Chicago in exchange for a 2002 2nd Round draft pick (Jason Jennings), 7/20/01. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1998-99 50 806 104 251 1999-00 82 1548 169 416 2000-01 58 856 97 253 Portland 190 3210 370 920 NBA 757 15850 1914 4750

.414 49 125 .406 88 233 .383 65 159 .402 202 517 .403 610 1748

FT

FTA Pct.

.392 62 89 .378 88 114 .409 23 35 .391 173 238 .349 1059 1445

REB

AST

Vincent Askew

#17 6-6 235 b. 2/28/66 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/26/97. Departed: Waived, 3/24/98. GP

1997-98 NBA

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

30 443 19 54 .352 467 9361 1215 2534 .479

0 2 .000 76 253 .300

FT

PF-DQ

ST

.697 63 100 75-0 66 .772 133 208 143-0 59 .657 61 82 63-0 40 .727 257 390 281-0 165 .733 1417 2997 1324-4 887

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

BL

PTS

Avg.

3 319 9 5.4 3 282 15 1115 79 5497

6.4 6.3 4.9 5.9 7.3

Memphis State '88 PTS

Avg.

28 39 .718 68 38 39-0 19 5 66 805 1068 .754 1176 1017 972-10 304 106 3311

PF-DQ

ST

BL

2.2 7.1

Stacey Augmon

GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1996-97 40 650 74 143 .517 1997-98 71 1445 154 372 .414 1998-99 48 874 78 174 .448 1999-00 59 692 83 175 .474 2000-01 66 1182 127 266 .477 Portland 284 4843 516 1130 .457 NBA 1001 21658 3038 6481 .469

0 1 0 0 0 1 12

0 7 2 2 4 15 79

FT

FTA Pct.

.000 41 56 .143 94 156 .000 52 76 .000 37 55 .000 57 87 .067 281 430 .152 1904 2616

PTS

Avg.

.732 89 41 87-0 32 7 189 .603 235 88 144-0 57 32 403 .684 125 58 81-0 57 18 208 .673 116 53 69-0 27 11 203 .655 159 98 105-0 48 21 311 .653 724 338 457-0 221 89 1314 .728 3217 1561 1750-4 974 317 7992

REB

AST

4.7 5.7 4.3 3.4 4.7 4.6 8.0

Dennis Awtrey

#21 6-10 240 b. 2/22/48 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 12/1/81. Departed: Waived, 12/21/81. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1981-82 10 121 5 15 .333 NBA 733 14159 1382 3009 .459

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

Santa Clara '70 PTS

Avg.

5 9 .556 14 8 28-1 1 2 15 752 1154 .652 3342 1467 1702-24 186 182 3516

PF-DQ

ST

BL

1.5 4.8

Luke Babbitt

#8/11 6-9 225 b. 6/20/89 Nevada '10 Acquired: Acquired from Minnesota along with Ryan Gomes for Martell Webster, 6/24/10. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/13. GP

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 NBA

MIN

FG

24 137 40 537 62 730 126 1404

15 71 86 172

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

55 173 234 462

.273 3 16 .188 .410 43 100 .430 .368 62 178 .348 .372 108 294 .367

FT

3 17 10 30

FTA Pct.

9 20 13 42

.333 .850 .769 .714

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

30 95 137 262

6 16 29 51

15-0 46-0 82-1 143-1

2 10 14 26

2 4 5 11

36 202 244 482

1.5 5.1 3.9 3.8

Carl Bailey

#21 7-0 210 b. 4/23/58 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 3/25/82. Departed: Waived, 7/22/82. 1981-82

GP

MIN

1

7

FG FGA

1

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1 1.000

0

0 .000

Tuskegee '80

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

0

0 .000

0

0

2-0

0

0

2

2.0

Maurice Baker

#4 6-2 200 b. 7/28/78 Oklahoma State '02 Acquired: Signed to a 10-day contract, 3/12/05. Departed: 10-day contract not renewed, 3/22/05. 2004-05 NBA

GP

MIN

4 5

18 19

FG FGA

0 0

0 1

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

.000 .000

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

2 2

1 1

3-0 3-0

1 1

0 0

0 0

0.0 0.0

Erick Barkley

#12 6-1 185 b. 2/21/78 St. John's '00 Acquired: Selected in 1st round, 28th pick, 2000 NBA Draft 6/28/00. Departed: Traded with Steve Kerr to San Antonio for Antonio Daniels, Charles Smith and Amal McCaskill, 8/5/02. 2000-01 2001-02 Portland

GP

MIN

FG FGA

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

8 19 27

38 228 266

8 24 32

.364 .353 .355

22 68 90

3 1 4

8 .375 7 .143 15 .266

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

0 9 9

0 .000 10 .900 10 .900

3 18 21

6 34 40

2-0 29-0 31-0

2 17 19

0 1 1

19 58 77

2.4 3.1 2.8

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HISTORY

#2 6-8 205 b. 8/1/68 UNLV '91 Acquired: Acquired from Detroit in exchange for Randolph Childress, Reggie Jordan and Aaron McKie, 1/24/97; Traded to Houston, along with Kelvin Cato, Ed Gray, Walt Williams, Carlos Rogers and Brian Shaw in exchange for Scottie Pippen, 10/2/99; Signed as a free agent, 10/18/99. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/01.


Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers

GEOFF PETRIE - 1970-1976

SIDNEY WICKS - 1971-1976

Co-Rookie of the Year, 1971

Rookie of the Year, 1972

Jim Barnett

#33 6-4 170 b. 7/7/44 Oregon '66 Acquired: Traded from San Diego to Portland for Larry Siegfried, 5/11/70. Departed: Traded to San Francisco for 1971 2nd and 3rd round draft picks (Charles Yelverton, Bill Smith) and 1972 2nd round draft pick (Dave Twardzik), 3/23/71. GP

1970-71 NBA

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

78 2371 559 1283 .436 732 17410 3326 7642 .435

— —

— —

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

Earl Barron

#40 7-0 250 b. 8/14/81 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 4/12/11. Departed: Waived, 12/20/11. GP

2010-11 NBA

MIN

2 37 124 1842

FG FGA

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

3 11 .273 243 648 .375

0 1

0 .000 14 .071

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

72 146 .493 439 902 .487 327 692 .473 838 1740 .482 893 1885 .474

8 19 .421 14 54 .259 12 41 .293 34 114 .298 36 119 .303

BK

PTS

Avg.

— 1444 30 8536

18.5 11.7

Memphis '05

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

1 121

2 .500 169 .716

14 464

3 58

4-0 244-1

0 42

0 28

7 608

3.5 4.9

#12 6-4 210 b. 5/31/56 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/23/80. Departed: Waived, 9/17/82. GP

ST

FT

Billy Ray Bates 1979-80 16 235 1980-81 77 1560 1981-82 75 1229 Portland 168 3024 NBA 187 3338

PF-DQ

— 326 402 .811 376 323 190-1 — — 1884 2363 .797 2259 2232 1573-9 131

FT

28 170 166 364 375

Kentucky State '78

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

39 199 211 449 471

29 157 108 294 313

31 196 111 338 352

26-0 14 120-0 82 100-0 41 246-0 137 265-0 151

.718 .854 .787 .811 .796

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

2 180 6 1062 5 832 13 2074 16 2197

11.3 13.8 11.1 12.3 11.7

Jerryd Bayless

#4 6-3 208 b. 8/20/88 Arizona '08 Acquired: Traded by Indiana with Ike Diogu for Jarrett Jack, Josh McRoberts, the draft rights to Brandon Rush and cash considerations, 7/9/08. Departed: Traded to New Orleans for a conditional future 1st round draft pick, 10/23/10. GP

MIN

2008-09 53 655 2009-10 74 1304 Portland 127 1959 NBA 309 5925

FG FGA

69 200 269 864

189 483 672 2086

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

.365 7 27 .259 .414 29 92 .315 .400 36 119 .303 .414 200 570 .351

83 201 284 627

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

103 242 345 761

57 120 177 584

78 172 150 898

81-1 16 152-1 26 233-2 42 620-7 163

.806 .831 .823 .824

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

2 228 5 630 7 858 33 2555

4.3 8.5 6.8 8.3

Walter Berry

#21 6-8 215 b. 5/14/64 St. John's '86 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 14th pick, 1986. Departed: Traded to San Antonio for Kevin Duckworth, 12/18/86. GP

1986-87 NBA

142

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

7 19 6 8 .750 205 4863 1201 2227 .539

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0 1

3 .000 5 .200

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

PTS

Avg.

1 1 1.000 479 751 .638

FT FTA

7 971

1 292

8-0 2 0 13 586-5 122 151 2882

ST

BL

1.9 14.1


Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers Joe Binion

#50 6-8 225 b. 3/26/61 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/13/87. Departed: Waived, 4/19/87. 1986-87

GP

MIN

FG

11

51

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

10 .400

0

0 .000

California '99

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

6

10 .600

18

1

5-0

2

2

14

1.3

Steve Blake

#2 6-3 172 b. 2/26/80 Maryland '03 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/19/05. Departed: Traded to Milwaukee with Ha Seung-Jin and Brian Skinner for Jamaal Magloire, 7/31/06. Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/13/07. Departed: Traded to L.A. Clippers with Travis Outlaw and cash considerations for Marcus Camby, 2/16/10. GP

MIN

FG FGA

Pct. 3FG 3AT

2005-06 68 1781 206 470 .438 2007-08 81 2424 261 640 .408 2008-09 69 2188 277 647 .428 2009-10 51 1397 143 355 .403 Portland 269 7790 887 2112 .420 NBA 676 16810 1713 4225 .405

76 184 121 298 140 328 78 207 415 1017 829 2129

Pct.

.413 .406 .427 .377 .408 .389

FT FTA

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

72 91 .791 146 306 107-0 42 49 64 .766 195 413 133-0 55 63 75 .840 173 348 126-1 69 24 32 .750 118 203 84-0 37 208 262 .794 632 1270 450-1 203 425 542 .784 1431 2650 1014-1 468

BL

PTS

Avg.

5 560 4 692 4 757 2 388 15 2397 45 4680

8.2 8.5 11.0 7.6 8.9 6.9

Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje

#44 7-0 257 b. 5/20/78 Georgetown '01 Acquired: Drafted in 2nd round, 50th pick, 2001. Departed: Traded with Jeff McInnis to Cleveland for Darius Miles, 1/21/04. 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 Portland

GP

MIN

FG FGA

Pct. 3FG 3AT

Pct.

FT FTA

33 2 9 44

245 5 26 276

13 0 1 14

.406 .000 .200 .368

.000 .000 .000 .000

13 0 2 15

32 1 5 38

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

25 0 2 27

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

.520 .000 1.000 .556

55 1 1 57

4 1 1 6

38-0 0-0 2-0 40-0

3 1 0 4

16 0 1 17

39 0 4 43

1.1 0.0 0.4 0.9

Sam Bowie GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

1984-85 76 2216 299 557 .537 0 0 .000 160 225 1985-86 38 1132 167 345 .484 0 0 .000 114 161 1986-87 5 163 30 66 .455 0 0 .000 20 30 1987-88 —Missed season with broken right leg— 1988-89 20 412 69 153 .451 5 7 .714 28 49 Portland 139 3923 565 1121 .504 5 7 .714 322 465 NBA 511 14098 2127 4702 .452 32 106 .302 1278 1717

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

656 327 33

215 99 9

278-9 142-4 19-0

55 203 21 96 1 10

758 448 80

10.0 11.8 16.0

.571 106 36 43-0 7 33 171 .692 1122 359 482-13 84 342 1457 .744 3845 1075 1553-31 263 909 5564

8.6 10.5 10.9

.711 .708 .667

Adrian Branch

#24 6-7 195 b. 11/17/63 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/7/88. Departed: Waived, 10/13/89. GP

1988-89 NBA

MIN

FG

67 811 130 1429

202 331

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

436 .463 727 .455

7 9

31 .226 39 .231

Maryland '85

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

87 163

120 .725 219 .744

132 253

60 96

99-0 193-1

45 83

3 17

498 834

7.4 6.4

Jim Brewer

#52 6-9 220 b. 12/3/51 Minnesota '73 Acquired: Traded by Detroit to Portland for 1981 2nd round draft pick (Harvey Knuckles) 9/18/79; Waived, 11/7/79; Re-signed, 11/26/79. Departed: Traded to LA Lakers for a 1984 2nd round draft pick (Jerome Kersey), 10/8/80. GP

1979-80 NBA

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

67 1016 90 184 .489 703 15936 1785 3983 .448

0 1

5 .000 13 .077

FT

14 528

FTA Pct.

PTS

Avg.

29 .483 257 75 129-2 42 43 194 925 .571 4458 1038 1536-14 556 510 4099

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

2.9 5.8

Ron Brewer

#10 6-4 180 b. 9/16/55 Arkansas '78 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 7th pick, 1978. Departed: Traded to San Antonio for Mike Gale and 1982 1st round draft pick, 12/19/80 (pick traded to Detroit for Kenny Carr 6/23/82). GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1978-79 81 2454 434 878 1979-80 82 2815 548 1182 1980-81 29 548 95 246 Portland 192 5817 1077 2306 NBA 501 12892 2497 5437

.494 .464 .386 .467 .459

— — 6 32 1 3 7 35 30 121

— .188 .333 .200 .248

FT

FTA Pct.

210 256 184 219 26 34 420 509 947 1149

.820 .840 .765 .825 .824

REB

AST

PF-DQ

PTS

Avg.

229 214 33 476 971

165 216 55 436 920

181-3 102 79 1078 154-0 98 48 1286 42-0 34 9 217 377-3 234 136 2581 835-3 480 249 5971

ST

BL

13.3 15.7 7.5 13.4 11.9

Marcus Brown

#4 6-3 185 b. 4/3/74 Murray State '96 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 46th pick, 1996 NBA Draft 6/26/96. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/97; Portland renounced its rights, 8/23/97. 1996-97 NBA

GP 21 27

MIN 184 229

FG 28 32

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. 70 .400 13 32 .406 84 .381 13 39 .333

FT 13 15

FTA Pct. REB 19 .684 15 21 .714 22

AST PF-DQ 20 26-0 23 34-0

ST BL 8 2 8 2

PTS 82 92

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HISTORY

#31 7-1 240 b. 3/17/61 Kentucky '84 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 2nd pick, 1984. Departed: Traded to New Jersey, with Portland’s own 1989 1st round draft pick (Mookie Blaylock) for Buck Williams, 6/24/89.


Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers Rick Brunson

#9 6-4 195 b. 6/14/72 Temple '95 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 12/2/97 and 9/21/01. Departed: Became a free agent after both years with Portland. MIN

FG FGA

Pct. 3FG 3AT

Pct.

FT

FTA

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

1997-98 38 622 2001-02 59 520 Portland 97 1142 NBA 337 4534

GP

49 141 45 112 94 253 397 1050

.348 22 61 .402 6 11 .371 28 72 .378 100 276

.361 .545 .388 .362

42 29 71 196

62 41 103 283

.677 .707 .689 .693

56 69 125 447

100 114 214 876

55-0 25 51-0 25 106-0 50 362-0 201

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

3 162 2 125 5 287 21 1090

4.3 2.1 2.9 3.2

Mark Bryant

#2 6-9 245 b. 4/25/65 Seton Hall '88 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 21st pick, 1988. Departed: Became an unresricted free agent, 7/1/95. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1988-89 56 803 120 247 .486 1989-90 58 562 70 153 .458 1990-91 53 781 99 203 .488 1991-92 56 800 95 198 .480 1992-93 80 1396 186 370 .503 1993-94 79 1441 185 384 .482 1994-95 49 658 101 192 .526 Portland 431 6441 856 1747 .490 NBA 797 13479 1739 3481 .500

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

0 0 1 3 1 1 2 8 12

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .125 .083

FT

FTA Pct.

40 69 28 50 74 101 40 60 104 148 72 104 41 63 399 595 834 1196

REB AST

.580 179 .560 146 .733 190 .667 201 .703 324 .692 315 .651 161 .671 1516 .697 2992

PTS

Avg.

33 144-3 20 7 280 13 93-0 18 9 168 27 120-0 15 12 272 41 105-0 26 8 230 41 226-1 37 23 476 37 187-0 32 29 442 28 109-1 19 16 244 220 984-5 167 104 2112 491 2018-25 330 195 4313

PF-DQ

ST

BL

5.0 2.9 5.1 4.1 6.0 5.6 5.0 4.9 5.4

Don Buse

#10 6-4 195 b. 8/10/50 Evansville '72 Acquired: Traded from Indiana for cash and other considerations, 1/7/83. Departed: Waived, 8/22/83. GP

1982-83 NBA ABA

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

41 643 72 182 .396 9 35 .257 648 17070 1829 4139 .442 169 507 .333 318 9110 949 2174 .437 151 462 .327

MIN

FG

41 658 356

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

46 .891 54 115 844 .780 1507 2920 458 .777 1058 1505

PF-DQ

ST

60-0 44 967-0 1160 595— 658

BL

PTS

Avg.

2 194 97 4485 66 2405

4.7 6.9 7.6

Mitchell Butler

#6 6-5 210 b. 12/15/70 UCLA '93 Acquired: Signed as a free agent by Portland, 10/1/01. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/97; Portland renounced its rights, 8/23/97. GP

MIN

1996-97 49 465 2001-02 11 90 Portland 60 555 NBA 362 5464

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

52 125 10 23 62 148 707 1613

.416 .435 .418 .438

12 39 1 3 13 42 95 313

.308 .333 .309 .304

FT

32 8 40 357

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

50 12 62 576

53 14 67 717

30 5 35 342

55-1 13 10-0 0 65-1 13 576-2 214

.640 .667 .645 .620

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

2 148 1 29 3 177 53 1868

3.0 2.6 2.9 5.2

Corky Calhoun

#10 6-7 212 b. 11/1/50 Pennsylvania '72 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/22/76. Departed: Traded to Indiana for 1980 2nd round draft pick (David Lawrence), 6/30/78. MIN

FG

1976-77 70 743 1977-78 79 1370 Portland 149 2113

GP

85 175 260

144

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

183 .464 365 .479 548 .474

— — ---

— — ---

— — ---

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

66 66 132

85 .776 76 .868 161 .820

144 215 359

35 87 122

123-1 141-3 264-4

24 42 66

8 15 23

236 416 652

3.4 5.3 4.4

LARRY STEELE - 1971-1980

LLOYD NEAL - 1973-1979

NBA Steals Leader, 1974

First number to be retired, March 24, 1979

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Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers NBA 542 10901 1200 2609 .460 0 0 .000

496

634 .782 1962

601 1322-16 293 132 2896

5.3

Marcus Camby

#21/23 6-11 235 b. 3/22/74 Massachusetts '96 Acquired: Traded by L.A. Clippers for Steve Blake, Travis Outlaw and cash considerations, 2/16/10. Departed: Traded to Houston for Jonny Flynn, Hasheem Thabeet and a 2012 second round draft pick, 3/15/12. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2009-10 23 718 72 145 2010-11 59 1540 117 294 2011-12 40 894 67 161 Portland 122 3152 256 600 NBA 949 28684 3767 8077

.497 .398 .416 .427 .466

0 0 0 0 18

1 1 0 2 88

FT

FTA Pct.

.000 18 31 .000 43 70 --18 38 .000 79 139 .205 1710 2551

PTS

Avg.

.581 255 35 56-0 26 47 162 .614 606 121 140-0 40 92 277 .474 354 75 88-0 33 56 152 .568 1215 231 284-0 99 195 591 .670 9513 1837 2687-32 967 2331 9262

REB

AST

7.0 4.7 3.8 4.8 9.5

Geno Carlisle

#4 6-3 200 b. 8/13/76 Acquired: Signed as a free agent 10/4/04. Departed: Waived, 12/16/04. 2004-05

GP

MIN

FG

6

16

2

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

3 .667

0

0 .000

PF-DQ

ST

BL

California '99

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

4

6 .667

1

1

1-0

0

0

8

1.3

Kenny Carr

#34 6-7 245 b. 8/15/55 N.C.State '77 Acquired: Traded from Detroit for San Antonio’s 1982 1st round draft pick (Ricky Pierce), 6/23/82. Departed: Retired, 8/31/87. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1982-83 82 2331 362 717 1983-84 82 2455 518 923 1984-85 48 1120 190 363 1985-86 55 1557 232 466 1986-87 49 1443 201 399 Portland 316 8906 1503 2868 NBA 674 17167 3057 5998

.505 .561 .523 .498 .504 .524 .510

2 0 0 0 0 2 3

6 5 3 4 2 20 38

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

.333 255 366 .697 589 .000 247 367 .673 642 .000 118 164 .720 323 .000 149 217 .687 492 .000 126 169 .746 499 .100 895 1283 .698 2545 .079 1696 2479 .684 4999

AST

PTS

Avg.

116 306-10 62 42 981 157 274-3 68 33 1283 56 141-0 25 17 498 70 203-5 38 30 613 83 159-1 29 13 528 482 1083-19 222 135 3903 923 2153-25 484 296 7813

12.0 15.6 10.4 11.1 10.8 12.4 11.6

Matt Carroll

#33 6-6 212 b. 8/28/80 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 11/7/03. Departed: Waived, 1/7/04. GP

2003-04 NBA

MIN

13 48 405 6988

FG FGA

Pct. 3FG 3AT

Pct.

FT FTA

PF-DQ

ST

BL

Notre Dame '03

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

5 11 .455 1 3 .333 2 2 1.000 978 2339 .418 336 853 .394 579 686 .844

3 805

1 274

3-0 0 651-1 207

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

0 13 53 2871

1.0 7.1

Kelvin Cato

GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1997-98 74 1007 98 229 1998-99 43 546 58 129 Portland 117 1553 156 358 NBA 541 10618 1123 2216

.428 .450 .436 .507

0 1 1 1

3 1 4 13

FT

FTA Pct.

.000 86 125 1.000 34 67 .250 120 192 .077 713 1107

REB

AST

.688 252 .507 150 .625 402 .644 2874

23 19 42 244

PTS

Avg.

164-3 29 94 282 100-3 23 56 151 264-6 52 150 433 1347-14 292 685 2960

PF-DQ

ST

BL

3.8 3.5 3.7 5.6

Randolph Childress

#12 6-2 188 b. 9/21/72 Wake Forest '95 Acquired: Draft rights acquired from Detroit along with Bill Curley in exchange for Otis Thorpe, 9/20/95. Departed: Traded to Detroit (along with Reggie Jordan and Aaron McKie) for Stacey Augmon, 1/24/97. 1995-96 1996-97 Portland NBA

GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

28 19 47 51

250 125 375 405

25 10 35 39

79 30 109 119

22 6 28 28

.316 .333 .321 .327

13 3 16 18

47 16 63 66

.277 .188 .254 .273

FTA Pct.

27 8 35 35

.815 .750 .800 .800

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

19 5 24 25

32 15 47 49

22-0 11-0 33-0 38-0

8 7 15 17

1 0 1 1

85 29 114 124

3.0 1.5 2.4 2.4

Barry Clemens

#40 6-6 219 b. 5/1/42 Ohio Wesleyan '65 Acquired: Traded with Kansas City’s 1976 2nd round draft pick (Major Jones) and cash by New Orleans to Portland for Rick Roberson, 9/16/74. Departed: Waived, 9/2/76. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1974-75 77 952 168 355 1975-76 49 443 70 143 Portland 126 1395 238 498 NBA 790 12585 2262 4987

.473 .490 .478 .454

— — — —

— — — —

— — — —

FT

FTA Pct.

45 60 31 35 76 95 788 1043

REB

.750 161 .886 70 .800 231 .756 2532

AST

PF-DQ

ST

76 139-0 68 33 57-0 27 109 196-0 95 905 1665-14 131

BL

PTS

Avg.

2 381 7 171 9 552 11 5312

4.9 3.5 4.4 6.7

Jarron Collins

#31 6-11 249 b. 12/2/78 Stanford '01 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 3/1/11. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 3/21/11. GP

2010-11 NBA

MIN

5 24 542 8542

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1 6 .167 682 1500 .455

0 0

0 --5 .000

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

0 0 --7 731 1046 .699 1579

AST

PF-DQ

ST

1 5-0 0 419 1316-17 138

BL

PTS

Avg.

0 2 98 2095

0.4 3.9

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#31 6-11 255 b. 8/26/74 Iowa State '97 Acquired: Draft rights acquired from Dallas in exchange for rights to Portland's 1997 1st round pick (Chris Anstey) and monetary considerations. Departed: Traded to Houston with Stacey Augmon, Ed Gray, Carlos Rogers, Brian Shaw and Walt Williams for Scottie Pippen, 10/2/99.


Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers Steve Colter

#20 6-3 175 b. 7/24/62 New Mexico State '84 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 33rd pick, 1984. Departed: Traded to Chicago for the rights to Larry Krystkowiak, Portland’s own 1987 2nd round draft pick (pick traded to Milwaukee for Chris Engler) and 1992 2nd round draft pick (Matt Steigenga), 6/17/86. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1984-85 78 1462 216 477 .453 1985-86 81 1868 272 597 .456 Portland 159 3330 488 1074 .454 NBA 526 9570 1295 2891 .448

26 74 .351 27 83 .325 53 157 .338 76 263 .289

FT

98 135 233 653

FTA Pct.

130 164 294 839

REB

AST

.754 150 243 .823 177 257 .793 327 500 .778 1051 1482

Anthony Cook

#38 6-9 240 b. 3/19/67 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 10/5/95. Departed: Waived, 1/5/96. GP

1995-96 NBA

MIN

FG

11 60 116 1499

7 166

PF-DQ

ST

142-0 75 188-0 113 330-0 188 937-0 463

BL

PTS

Avg.

9 556 10 706 19 1262 76 3319

7.1 8.7 7.9 6.3

Arizona '89

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

16 .438 378 .439

1 86

4 .250 164 .524

12 428

2 34

8-0 140-1

0 43

1 91

15 418

1.4 3.6

0 0

2 .000 6 .000

Omar Cook

#10 6-1 190 b. 1/28/82 St. John's '04 Acquired: Signed to a 10-day contract, 2/3/04; Signed for remainder of season, 2/13/04. Departed: Waived, 6/25/04. 2003-04 NBA

GP

MIN

FG FGA

17 22

139 213

7 17

Pct. 3FG 3AT

27 .259 51 .333

0 0

Pct.

1 .000 5 .000

FT FTA

0 3

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

0 .000 6 .500

6 13

24 46

14-0 20-0

10 16

0 1

14 37

0.8 1.7

Wayne Cooper

#42 6-10 220 b. 11/16/56 New Orleans '78 Acquired: Traded by Dallas with Boston’s 1985 1st round draft pick (Terry Porter) to Portland for Kelvin Ransey, 6/28/82. Departed: Traded with Lafayette Lever, Calvin Natt, a 1985 1st round draft pick (Blair Rassmussen) and a 1984 2nd round draft pick (Willie White) to Denver for Kiki Vandeweghe, 6/8/84. Acquired: Signed as free agent, 7/24/89. Departed: Retired, 9/10/92. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1982-83 80 2099 320 723 .443 1983-84 81 1662 304 663 .459 1989-90 79 1176 138 304 .454 1990-91 67 746 57 145 .393 1991-92 35 344 35 82 .427 Portland 342 6027 854 1917 .445 NBA 984 20274 3242 7100 .457

0 0 0 0 0 0 7

5 7 3 1 0 16 48

FT

FTA Pct.

.000 135 197 .000 185 230 .000 25 39 .000 33 42 .000 7 11 .000 385 519 .146 1286 1747

REB

.685 611 .804 476 .641 339 .786 188 .636 101 .742 1715 .736 6095

AST

PTS

Avg.

116 318-5 27 136 775 76 247-2 26 106 793 44 211-2 18 95 301 22 120-0 7 61 147 21 57-0 4 27 77 279 953-9 82 425 2093 852 3144-55 295 1535 7777

PF-DQ

ST

BL

9.7 9.8 3.8 2.2 2.2 6.1 7.9

Jamal Crawford

#11 6-5 200 b. 3/20/80 Michigan '00 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 12/16/11. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/12. GP

2011-12 NBA

PTS

Avg.

60 1613 283 737 .384 80 260 .308 191 206 .927 118 191 74-0 55 14 837 888 28044 4777 11624 .411 1536 4385 .350 2574 3015 .854 2208 3346 1382-0 875 198 13664

MIN

FG FGA

Pct. 3FG 3AT

Pct.

FT FTA

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

14.0 15.4

Geoff Crompton

#45 6-11 288 b. 7/4/55, d. 1/7/02 North Carolina '78 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/2/81. Departed: Traded to Milwaukee for 1982 3rd round draft pick (Phillip Lockett), 9/24/81. 1980-81

GP

MIN

FG

6

33

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

8 .500

0

0 .000

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

1

5 .200

18

2

4-0

0

2

9

1.5

PTS

Avg.

1 96 0 12 1 108 20 1903

3.7 4.0 3.7 4.0

John Crotty

#12 6-2 194 b. 7/15/69 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 8/29/97. Departed: Waived, 3/18/99. GP

MIN

1997-98 26 379 1998-99 3 19 Portland 29 398 NBA 477 5795

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT

29 90 4 8 33 98 625 1449

.322 6 20 .500 1 1 .337 7 21 .431 144 375

Pct.

Virginia '91

FT FTA

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

.300 32 34 1.000 3 3 .333 35 37 .384 509 608

.941 1.000 .946 .837

32 1 33 502

63 5 68 999

28-0 10 1-0 2 29-0 12 597-1 181

ST

BL

Dante Cunningham

#33 6-8 225 b. 4/22/87 Villanova '09 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, third pick, 2009. Departed: Traded to Charlotte (along with Joel Przybilla, Sean Marks and two conditional first round picks) for Gerald Wallace, 2/24/11. GP

MIN

2009-10 63 707 2010-11 56 1108 Portland 119 1815 NBA 285 5478

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

106 214 126 291 232 505 782 1636

.495 .433 .459 .478

0 0 0 1

2 4 6 23

.000 .000 .000 .043

FT

31 32 63 188

FTA Pct.

48 45 93 282

REB

AST

PF-DQ

PTS

Avg.

.646 160 .711 189 .677 349 .667 1091

14 30 44 161

97-0 24 22 243 139-1 39 32 284 236-1 63 54 527 525-1 204 137 1753

ST

BL

3.9 5.1 4.4 6.2

Antonio Daniels

#10 6-4 205 b. 3/19/75 Bowling Green '97 Acquired: Traded by San Antonio along with Charles Smith and Amal McCaskill for Erick Barkley, Steve Kerr and 2003 2nd round draft pick, 8/5/02. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/03. GP

2002-03 NBA

146

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

67 872 84 186 .452 18 59 .305 65 76 .855 72 85 867 19636 2268 5104 .444 359 1152 .312 1722 2171 .793 1608 2932

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PF-DQ

ST

43-0 33 917-0 564

BL

PTS

Avg.

9 251 85 6617

3.7 7.6


Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers Bob Davis

#25 6-7 2150 b. 4/2/50 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 14th pick, 1972. Departed: Waived, 9/27/73. 1972-73

GP

MIN

FG

9

41

6

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

28 .214

Weber State '72

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

4

6 .667

5

2

5-0

16

1.8

Charlie Davis

#17 6-2 160 b. 9/7/49 Wake Forest '71 Acquired: Traded by Cleveland for 1974 3rd round draft pick (Foots Walker) and cash, 10/24/72. Departed: Waived, 10/30/73. GP

MIN

1972-73 69 1333 1973-74 8 90 Portland 77 1423 NBA 144 2653

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

243 590 14 40 257 630 506 1240

.412 .350 .408 .408

— — — —

— — — —

— — — —

FT

126 3 129 275

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

161 4 165 341

111 11 122 219

175 174-7 11 7-0 186 181-7 319 344-10

— 2 2 2

— 612 0 31 0 643 0 1287

8.9 3.9 8.4 8.9

.783 .750 .782 .806

Dale Davis

#34 6-11 252 b. 3/25/69 Clemson '91 Acquired: Traded by Indiana for Jermaine O'Neal and Joe Kleine, 8/31/00. Departed: Traded with Dan Dickau to Golden State in exchange for Nick Van Exel, 7/20/04. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2000-01 81 2162 242 487 .497 2001-02 78 2447 296 580 .510 2002-03 78 2282 237 438 .541 2003-04 76 1682 133 281 .473 Portland 313 8573 909 1786 .509 NBA 1094 29606 3592 6779 .530

0 0 0 0 0 0

4 0 0 0 4 8

FT

FTA Pct.

.000 96 152 .000 150 212 .000 105 166 .000 65 106 .000 416 636 .000 1522 2708

REB AST

.632 606 .708 688 .633 564 .513 398 .654 2256 .562 8605

PTS

Avg.

103 199-0 44 76 580 96 193-1 62 83 742 94 189-1 51 70 579 72 154-1 43 62 331 365 735-3 200 291 2232 978 2878-19 691 1270 8706

PF-DQ

ST

BL

7.2 9.5 7.4 4.4 7.1 8.0

Johnny Davis

#16 6-2 170 b. 10/21/55 Dayton '76 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 22nd pick, 1976. Departed: Traded with Buffalo’s 1978 1st round draft pick (Rick Robey) to Indiana for 1978 1st round draft pick (Mychal Thompson), 6/8/78. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1976-77 79 1451 234 531 .441 1977-78 82 2188 343 756 .454 Portland 161 3639 577 1287 .448 NBA 750 21200 3699 8258 .448

FT

FTA Pct.

— — — 166 209 — — — 188 227 — — — 354 436 33 187 .176 2279 2777

PTS

Avg.

.794 126 148 128-1 41 11 634 .828 173 217 173-0 81 14 874 .812 299 365 301-1 122 25 1508 .821 1505 3368 1469-6 683 116 9710

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

8.0 10.7 9.4 12.9

Walter Davis

PTS

Avg.

1990-91 32 439 87 195 .446 1 3 .333 21 23 .913 58 41 42-0 18 0 196 NBA 1033 28859 8118 15871 .511 157 577 .272 3128 3676 .851 3053 3878 2454-21 1154 1134 19521

GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

6.1 18.9

Dan Dickau

#7,#2 6-0 190 b. 9/16/78 Gonzaga '02 Acquired: Traded by Atlanta with Shareef-Abdur-Rahim and Theo Ratliff in exchange for Rasheed Wallace and Wesley Person, 2/9/04. Departed: Traded with Dale Davis to Golden State in exchange for Nick Van Exel, 7/20/04. Acquired: Traded by Boston with Raef LaFrentz and the draft rights to Randy Foye for Sebastian Telfair, Theo Ratliff and a 2008 2nd round draft pick, 6/28/06. Departed: Traded with Zach Randolph and Freddy Jones to New York in exchange for Channing Frye and Steve Francis, 6/28/07. GP

MIN

2003-04 20 151 2006-07 50 444 Portland 70 595 NBA 300 4617

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

16 49 54 151 70 200 608 1517

.327 7 20 .358 16 61 .350 23 81 .401 179 525

.350 .262 .284 .341

FT

7 42 49 350

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

8 53 61 421

10 43 53 405

20 70 90 752

22-0 8 55-0 14 77-0 22 514-4 164

.875 .792 .803 .831

Kaniel Dickens

#28 6-8 235 b. 7/21/78 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 12/19/03. Departed: Waived, 1/7/04. 2003-04 NBA

GP

MIN

3 19

12 85

FG FGA

3 8

Pct. 3FG 3AT

3 1.000 20 .400

0 3

Pct.

FT

0 .000 9 .333

1 3

FTA

PTS

Avg.

0 46 1 166 1 212 11 1745

2.3 3.3 3.0 5.8

Idaho '00

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

2 12

0 2

3-0 9-0

0 2

0 2

7 22

2.3 1.2

#27 6-1 175 b. 3/1/82 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 3/3/10. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/10. GP

BL

2 .500 4 .750

Travis Diener 2009-10 NBA

ST

Marquette '05

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

5 26 179 2660

1 298

4 .250 0 2 .000 768 .388 164 465 .353

1 94

2 .500 111 .847

1 243

4 432

1-0 200-1

1 76

0 9

3 854

0.6 4.8

Ike Diogu

#1 6-9 250 b. 9/11/83 Arizona State '05 Acquired: Traded by Indiana with the draft rights to Jerryd Bayless for Jarrett Jack, Josh McRoberts, the draft rights to Brandon Rush and cash considerations, 7/9/08. Departed: Traded in a three-team deal for Michael Ruffin, 2/18/09. GP

2008-09 NBA

MIN

FG

19 73 225 2795

6 488

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

19 .316 958 .509

0 1

0 .000 2 .500

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

15 371

20 .750 472 .786

17 689

0 69

9-0 425-7

1 36

2 27 65 1348

1.4 6.0

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#6 6-6 207 b. 9/9/54 North Carolina '77 Acquired: Traded by Denver for New Jersey’s 1st round draft pick in 1992, 1993 or 1994 (Portland received in exchange for Drazen Petrovic in three-team transaction), 1/23/91. Departed: Waived, 10/29/91.


Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers Terry Dischinger

#42 6-7 203 b. 11/21/40 Purdue '62 Acquired: Traded by Detroit to Portland, 7/31/72, for Fred Foster, who was acquired from Philadelphia for 1973 2nd round pick (Allan Bristow) and cash, 7/31/72. Departed: Retired, 6/21/73. GP

1972-73 NBA

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

63 970 161 338 .476 652 17845 3457 6836 .506

— —

— —

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

— 64 96 .667 190 103 125-1 — 2098 2768 .758 3646 1151 2055-43

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

— —

— 386 — 9012

6.1 13.8

Juan Dixon

#3 6-3 164 b. 10/9/78 Maryland '02 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/4/05. Departed: Traded to Toronto in exchange for Freddy Jones and future condsiderations, 2/22/07. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2005-06 76 1920 357 821 .435 65 170 2006-07 55 1243 189 444 .426 52 143 Portland 131 3163 546 1265 .432 117 313 NBA 436 8509 1400 3393 .413 331 972

.382 .364 .374 .341

FT

156 60 216 547

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

194 72 266 657

177 85 262 816

149 82 231 775

157-0 58 112-0 49 269-0 107 733-2 341

.804 .833 .812 .833

Aleksandar Djordjevic

#19 6-2 198 b. 8/26/67 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/24/96. Departed: Waived, 12/27/96. 1996-97

GP

MIN

FG

8

61

8

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

16 .500

5

7 .714

MIN

FG

4

51

9

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

19 .474

---

---

---

PTS

Avg.

6 935 7 490 13 1425 34 3678

12.3 8.9 10.9 8.4

Yugoslavia

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BK

PTS

Avg.

4

5 .800

5

5

3-0

0

0

25

3.1

#44 6-7 230 b. 12/18/54 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 4/24/78. Departed: Waived, 4/4/78. GP

BL

FT

Jacky Dorsey 1977-78

ST

Georgia '78

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BK

PTS

Avg.

7

11 /636

10

3

8-0

0

1

25

6.3

Clyde Drexler

#22 6-7 222 b. 6/22/62 Houston '84 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 14th pick, 1983. Departed: Traded to Houston (with Tracy Murray) for Otis Thorpe, draft rights to Marcelo Nicola and a 1995 1st round pick, 2/14/95. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1983-84 82 1408 252 559 1984-85 80 2555 573 1661 1985-86 75 2576 542 1142 1986-87 82 3144 707 1408 1987-88 81 3060 849 1679 1988-89 78 3064 829 1672 1989-90 73 2683 670 1357 1990-91 82 2852 645 1338 1991-92 76 2751 694 1476 1992-93 49 1671 350 816 1993-94 68 2334 473 1105 1994-95 41 1428 305 712 Portland 867 29526 6889 14425 NBA 1086 37537 8335 17673

FT

FTA Pct.

.451 1 4 .250 123 169 .494 8 37 .216 223 294 .475 12 60 .200 293 381 .502 11 47 .234 357 470 .506 11 52 .212 476 587 .496 27 104 .260 438 548 .494 30 106 .283 333 430 .482 61 191 .319 416 524 .470 114 338 .337 401 505 .429 31 133 .233 245 292 .428 71 219 .324 286 368 .428 87 240 .363 207 248 .478 464 1531 .303 3798 4816 .472 826 2603 .317 4698 5862

PTS

Avg.

.729 235 153 209-2 107 29 628 .759 476 441 265-3 177 68 1377 .769 421 600 270-8 197 46 1389 .760 518 566 281-7 204 71 1782 .811 533 467 250-2 203 52 2185 .799 615 450 269-2 213 54 2123 .774 507 432 222-1 145 51 1703 .794 546 493 226-2 144 60 1767 .794 500 512 229-2 138 70 1903 .839 309 278 159-1 95 37 976 .777 445 333 202-2 98 34 1303 .835 234 208 117-0 74 22 904 .789 5339 4933 2699-32 1795 594 18040 .801 6677 6125 3285-33 2277 719 22194

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

7.7 17.2 18.5 21.7 27.0 27.2 23.3 21.5 25.0 19.9 19.2 22.0 20.8 20.4

Kevin Duckworth

#00 7-0 280 b. 4/1/64, d. 8/25/08 Eastern Illinois '86 Acquired: Traded by San Antonio to Portland for Walter Berry, 12/18/86. Departed: Traded to Washington for Harvey Grant, 6/24/93. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1986-87 51 753 112 228 1987-88 78 2223 450 907 1988-89 79 2662 554 1161 1989-90 82 2462 548 1146 1990-91 81 2511 521 1084 1991-92 82 2222 362 786 1992-93 74 1762 301 688 Portland 527 14595 2848 6000 NBA 684 17462 3216 6870

.491 .496 .477 .478 .481 .461 .438 .475 .468

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

1 0 2 0 2 3 2 10 24

FT

FTA Pct.

.000 83 120 .000 331 430 .000 324 428 .000 231 312 .000 240 311 .000 156 226 .000 127 174 .000 1492 2001 .208 1648 2239

REB

.692 192 .770 576 .757 635 .740 509 .772 531 .690 497 .730 387 .746 3327 .736 3945

AST

PTS

Avg.

23 165-3 16 18 307 66 280-5 31 32 1231 60 300-6 56 49 1432 91 271-2 36 34 1327 89 251-5 33 34 1282 99 264-5 38 37 880 70 222-1 45 39 729 498 1753-27 255 243 7188 598 2195-33 329 316 8085

PF-DQ

ST

BL

6.0 15.8 18.1 16.2 15.8 10.7 9.9 13.6 11.8

Chris Dudley

#24,14 6-11 260 b. 2/2/65 Yale '87 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 9/2/93. Departed: Traded to New York for 1998 1st round draft pick in three-way deal involving Toronto, which sent a future 2nd round draft pick to Portland, 10/10/97. Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/21/01. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/03. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1993-94 6 86 6 25 .240 1994-95 82 2245 181 446 .406 1995-96 80 1924 162 358 .453 1996-97 81 1840 126 293 .430 2001-02 43 327 20 50 .400 2002-03 3 11 0 1 .000 Portland 295 6433 495 1173 .422 NBA 886 16321 1391 3380 .412

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 0 2 0 4 5

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT

FTA Pct.

2 4 85 183 80 157 65 137 8 15 0 0 240 496 691 1508

REB

.500 24 .464 764 .510 720 .474 593 .533 80 .000 2 .484 2183 .458 5457

AST

PF-DQ

5 18-0 34 286-6 37 251-4 41 247-3 13 42-0 0 3-0 130 847-13 375 2328-41

ST

BL

PTS

4 3 14 43 126 447 41 100 404 39 96 317 3 14 48 0 0 0 130 399 1230 334 1027 3473

Avg.

2.3 5.5 5.1 3.9 1.1 0.0 4.2 3.9


Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers T.R. Dunn

#23 6-4 192 b. 2/1/55 Alabama '77 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 14th pick, 1977. Departed: Traded along with 1983 1st round draft pick (Howard Carter) to Denver for 1983 1st round draft pick (Clyde Drexler) and 1984 2nd round draft pick (Steve Colter), 8/15/80. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1977-78 63 768 100 240 .417 1978-79 80 1828 246 549 .448 1979-80 82 1841 240 551 .436 Portland 225 4437 586 1340 .437 NBA 993 23080 2030 4443 .457

— — 0 0 1

— — — — 3 .000 3 .000 20 .050

FT

FTA Pct.

37 56 122 158 84 111 243 325 972 1341

PTS

Avg.

.661 147 45 74-0 46 8 237 .772 344 103 166-1 86 23 614 .757 324 147 145-1 102 31 564 .748 815 295 385-2 234 62 1415 .725 4371 1631 2072-15 1316 252 5033

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

3.8 7.7 6.9 6.3 5.1

James Edwards

#53 7-1 252 b. 11/22/55 Washington '77 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 9/20/94. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/95 GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1994-95 28 266 32 83 .386 NBA 1168 28356 5802 11724 .495

0 1

PTS

Avg.

0 .000 11 17 .647 43 8 44-0 5 8 75 21 .048 3257 4666 .698 6004 1499 4042-96 420 867 14862

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

2.7 12.7

Mario Elie

#17 6-5 210 b. 11/26/63 American Int'l '85 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 8/18/92. Departed: Traded to Houston for 1995 2nd round draft pick (traded to Detroit--Don Reid), 8/2/93. GP

1992-93 NBA

PTS

Avg.

82 1757 240 524 .458 45 129 .349 183 214 .855 216 177 145-0 74 20 708 732 18654 2123 4492 .473 574 1572 .365 1445 1692 .854 2017 1875 1438-6 671 129 6265

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

8.6 8.6

LeRoy Ellis

#25 6-11 225 b. 3/10/40, d. 6/2/12 St. John's '62 Acquired: Selected from Baltimore in expansion draft, 5/11/70. Departed: Traded to Lakers for cash and 1972 2nd round draft pick (Ollie Johnson), 9/11/71. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1970-71 74 2581 485 1095 .433 NBA 1048 27520 4143 9378 .442

— —

— —

PTS

Avg.

— 209 261 .801 907 235 258-5 — — 1179 — 1890 2595 .728 8709 1405 2661-26 146 151 10176

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

15.9 9.7

Chris Engler 1986-87

GP

MIN

FG

7

17

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

8 .500

0

0 .000

FT FTA

3

Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

3 1.000

8

1

0-0

1

1

11

1.6

Claude English

#15 6-4 190 b. 12/26/46 Acquired: Drafted 7th round, 110th pick, 1970. Departed: Waived, 4/6/71. 1970-71

GP

MIN

FG

18

70

11

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

42 .262

Rhode Island '70

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

5

7 .714

20

6

15-0

27

1.5

Raymond Felton

#5 6-1 205 b. 6/26/84 North Carolina '05 Acquired: Traded by Denver for Andre Miller, with Rudy Fernandez and the NBA rights to Petteri Koponen going to Dallas as part of a three-team trade, 6/23/11. Departed: Traded to New York with Kurt Thomas for Jared Jeffries, Dan Gadzuric, the draft rights to Georgios Printezis and Kostas Papanikolaou, a 2016 second round pick and cash considerations, 7/16/12. GP

2011-12 NBA

PTS

Avg.

60 1906 261 642 .407 62 203 .305 100 124 .806 149 390 122-0 78 10 684 602 20895 3045 7362 .414 646 1936 .334 1371 1741 .787 1978 3960 1310-3 862 117 8107

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BK

11.4 13.5

Desmond Ferguson

#5 6-7 210 b. 7/22/77 Detroit Mercy '00 Acquired: Signed to a 10-day contract, 3/26/04; Signed for remainder of season, 4/5/04. Departed: Selected by Charlotte in 2004 NBA Expansion Draft. 2003-04

GP

MIN

7

32

FG FGA

5

Pct. 3FG 3AT

12 .417

3

Pct.

8 .375

FT FTA

0

Pct.

REB

AST

2 .000

4

1

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

0-0

0

0

13

1.9

Rudy Fernandez

#5 6-6 179 b. 4/4/85 Spain Acquired: Traded by Phoenix with James Jones for cash considerations, 7/11/07. Signed with Portland, 7/1/08. Departed: Traded to Dallas with the NBA rights to Petteri Koponen for Raymond Felton in a three-team trade that also sent Andre Miller to Denver, 6/23/11. GP

MIN

2008-09 78 1993 2009-10 62 1441 2010-11 78 1821 Portland 218 5255 NBA 249 5965

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

268 630 .425 160 423 .378 213 575 .370 641 1628 .394 740 1853 .399

159 398 98 266 116 361 373 1025 413 1147

.399 .368 .321 .364 .360

FT

120 85 126 331 361

FTA Pct.

REB AST

PF-DQ

ST

143 98 146 387 430

207 164 172 543 608

111-0 87-0 134-1 332-1 369-1

69 62 87 218 249

.839 .867 .863 .855 .840

159 127 193 479 554

Rolando Ferreira

#34 7-1 250 b. 5/24/64 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 26th pick, 1988. Departed: Waived 10/30/89. 1988-89

GP

MIN

FG

12

34

1

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

18 .056

0

0 .000

BL

PTS

Avg.

12 815 11 503 14 668 37 1986 40 2254

10.4 8.1 8.6 9.1 9.1

Houston '88

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BK

PTS

Avg.

7

8 .875

13

1

7-0

0

1

9

0.8

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#50 6-11 250 b. 3/1/59 Wyoming '82 Acquired: Traded from Milwaukee for 1987 2nd round draft pick (Winston Garland), 11/11/86. Departed: Waived, 12/22/86.


Former Trail Blazers Former Trail Blazers Jonny Flynn

#3 6-0 185 b. 2/6/89 Syracuse '09 Acquired: Traded by Houston with Hasheem Thabeet and a 2012 second round pick for Marcus Camby, 3/15/12. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/12. GP

2011-12 NBA

MIN

18 281 163 3738

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

34 90 .378 8 25 .320 551 1379 .400 118 349 .338

FG

18 284

25 .720 351 .809

31 307

68 634

15-0 3 179-0 122

ST

BK

PTS

Avg.

1 94 7 1504

5.2 9.2

Richie Frahm

#14 6-5 210 b. 8/14/77 Gonzaga '00 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 7/15/04. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/05. GP

2004-05 NBA

MIN

FG

43 499 140 1476

56 178

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BK

PTS

Avg.

140 .400 433 .411

21 51

25 .840 63 .810

61 164

30 83

35-0 122-0

15 37

4 10

164 502

3.8 3.6

31 80 .388 95 267 .356

Channing Frye

#44 6-11 245 b. 5/17/83 Arizona '05 Acquired: Traded by New York with Steve Francis and the Knicks' 2nd round pick in 2008 for Zach Randolph, Fred Jones, Dan Dickau and the draft rights to Demetris Nichols, 6/28/07. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/09. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2007-08 78 1342 221 453 2008-09 63 746 113 267 Portland 141 2088 334 720 NBA 500 11956 1867 4194

.488 3 10 .423 11 33 .464 14 43 .445 454 1164

.300 .333 .326 .390

FT

85 26 111 645

FTA Pct.

109 36 145 792

REB AST

Bernie Fryer

#13 6-3 185 b. 12/25/49 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 6/27/73. Departed: Waived, 10/8/74. GP

1973-74 NBA ABA

MIN

FG

80 1674 111 2106 9 264