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TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION

Team Photo Roster Staff Directory Trail Blazers History Logo History Jersey History

FRONT OFFICE/ BASKETBALL STAFF

Jody Allen Neil Olshey Chris McGowan Terry Stotts Nate Tibbetts Dale Osbourne Jim Moran John McCullough Jannero Pargo Jonathan Yim Basketball Operations Business Operations Communications Staff Photos

THE TRAIL BLAZERS

Trail Blazers Roster Kent Bazemore Zach Collins Pau Gasol Mario Hezonja Rodney Hood Skal Labissiére Damian Lillard Nassir Little CJ McCollum Jusuf Nurkić Anfernee Simons

Anthony Tolliver Gary Trent Jr.

Hassan Whiteside Jaylen Hoard Season and Career Highs

OUR COMMUNITY Community NBA Cares

2018-19 IN REVIEW

NBA Final Standings NBA Award Winners Lineups, Injuries, Double-Digits 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 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

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

THE PLAYOFFS

Win/Loss Records Individual Highs Team Highs Team Lows Top Postseason Averages Top Series Averages Top Performances 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 LA 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 Vs. Opponents NBA G League

THE MEDIA

Travis Demers Kevin Calabro Lamar Hurd Brooke Olzendam Jordan Kent Michael Holton Bill Schonely Portland Area Media

MISCELLANEOUS

BlazerDancers Blazers Stunt Team Blaze the Trail Cat Practice Facility Moda Center Moda Center Seating Calendar Schedule

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The 2019-20 Portland Trail Blazers Media Guide was published under the direction of the Trail Blazers Communications Department, and written, compiled and produced by Jacob Gifford, Collin Romer and Holli Hanson, with special assistance provided by Jim Taylor and Hilary Gorlin. Thanks to Lauren Winkle, Frannie Cameron, Chuck Charnquist, Bruce Ely, Mario Milosevic, Michael Horne, Sarah Petrone, Aaron Grossman and the Elias Sports Bureau for their contributions and valuable expertise. Action photography and staff photographs provided by Sam Forencich/NBA Photos, Bruce Ely and Getty Images. The Trail Blazers Media Guide was printed by Lynx Group, Inc., of Salem, Ore.


GENERAL MANAGER PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

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JUSUF NURKIĆ

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KENT BAZEMORE

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ANTHONY TOLLIVER

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STAFF DIRECTORY One Center Court, Suite 200 Portland, Oregon 97227 Telephone: (503) 234-9291 Fax: (503) 736-2187 Chair & Governor, Trail Blazers; Chair, Vulcan Inc.; Trustee of Paul G. Allen Trust Jody Allen Vice Chair & Alternate Governor, Trail Blazers; Executive VP of Sports Strategy & Operations, Vulcan Inc. Bert Kolde BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chair ....................................................................................Jody Allen Vice Chair ........................................................................... Bert Kolde Director .......................................................................Chris McGowan OFFICERS EMERITUS Chairman Emeritus ......................................................Larry Weinberg President Emeritus ..................................................... Harry Glickman Executive Staff President, Chief Executive Officer & Alternate Governor................................................ Chris McGowan Executive Assistant to the President ...........................................................................Rebecca Felch Basketball Operations President of Basketball Operations........................................................................................ Neil Olshey Executive Assistant ..................................................................................................... Beth Hancock Head Coach ............................................................................................................................Terry Stotts Associate Head Coach ........................................................................................................Nate Tibbetts Assistant Coaches ..................................Dale Osbourne, Jim Moran, John McCullough, Jannero Pargo Assistant General Managers.....................................................................Bill Branch, Steve Rosenberry Director of Player Personnel ................................................................................................... Joe Cronin Advanced Scout ...................................................................................................................Matt Whinrey International Scout ...................................................................................................... Lojze Milosavljevic Scout ................................................................................................................................ John Dobbertin Director of Basketball Analytics ..........................................................................................Zach Williams Scouting Manager ....................................................................................................................Sean Kiely Director of Player Health & Performance ..................................................................................Jesse Elis Head Athletic Trainer ...............................................................................................................Geoff Clark Assistant Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist ..................................................................... Jessica Cohen Sports Performance Specialists .......................................................................Todd Forcier, Ben Kenyon Physical Therapist/Sports Scientist ................................................................................... Logan Sullivan Massage Therapist...............................................................................................................Jasmine Joel Equipment Manager............................................................................................................. Eric Hallman Assistant Equipment Manager ..................................................................................................Eli Murray Video Coordinator/Player Development Coach................................................................... Jonathan Yim Personnel Video Coordinator ...................................................................................................John Ross Video Analyst/Player Development ......................................................................................Zach Cooper Video Specialist/Player Development ...................................................................................Jamal Gross Director of Basketball Operations .............................................................................................Nick West Basketball Applications Developer ...............................................................................................Joe Lee Director of Team Security ..........................................................................................................Rick Riley Team Security Manager ....................................................................................................... Todd Shanks Assistant Scouting Coordinator....................................................................................... Preston Fawcett High School Scouting Coordinator ...................................................................................Danny Connors Basketball Operations Assistants .................................................................. Jake Fox, Heavyn Jackson Practice Facility Operations Manager .........................................................................Chico Salas-Lopez Practice Facility Operations - Assistant Manager .........................................................Tokunbo Okedara Practice Facility Operations Attendants ............................................................ Kevin Hart, Russel Sims Practice Facility Representatives ................................................................ Wyndell Durham, R.D. Miller, ........................................................................ Jim Riley, Dan Durfee, Justin Walters, Brandon Bateman Practice Facility Security Agents .................................................................. Adam Swail, Sidney Watson Team Physicians .... Dr. Karl Kaluza, Internist; Dr. Don Roberts, Orthopedist, Dr. Evan Ellis, Orthopedist Team Dentists .........................................................................................................Warm Springs Dental Team Relations Vice President, Team Relations ..........................................................................................Cheri Hanson Player Programs Director ................................................................................................Hersey Hawkins Communications Senior Vice President, Communications ................................................................................... Jim Taylor Basketball Communications Director ...................................................................................Collin Romer Corporate Communications Manager ...................................................................................Hilary Gorlin Basketball Communications Assistant .................................................................................Jacob Gifford Corporate Communications Coordinator ............................................................................. Holli Hanson

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Brand Strategy & Innovation Chief Marketing Officer ..............................................……………………………………Dewayne Hankins Executive Assistant ....................................................................................................... Keira Albright Vice President, Brand Strategy .......................................................................................... Ryan Flaherty Digital Media Director of Innovation ............................................................................................................Brian Matzat Web Designer ........................................................................................................................Kelsie Ryon Director of Content .........................................................................................................Aaron Grossman Trail Blazers Insider ........................................................................................................... Casey Holdahl Digital Content Manager…………………………………………… ....................................... Amara Baptist Digital Content Specialist ....................................................................................................... Adam Ward Creative Services Director of Creative Services . ................................................................................................Billie Olson Director of Brand & Retail Marketing ....................................................................................Todd Adams Art Director........................................…………………………………………………………Mario Milosevic Graphic Designer .............................................................................................................. Michael Horne Graphics/Production Designer ........................................................................................ Shiina Yasuhara Brand Strategy Production Manager............................................................................. Frannie Cameron Brand Strategy Production Coordinator .................................................................................India March Studio Operations Specialist ............................................................................................... .Justin Molter Senior Producer .................................................................................................................. Dane Sawyer Videographer ................................................................................................... Tristan Brillianceau-Lewis Editor...................................................................................................................................Garrett Guinn Motion Graphics/3D Designer .......................................................................................... Koji Matsumoto Motion Graphics Designer .................................................................................................... Alex Cooper Photographer ............................................................................................................................ Bruce Ely Marketing & Advertising Director of Customer Experience and Advertising ........................................................ Matthew Gardner Digital Marketing Manager ......................................................................................................David Long Broadcasting Director of Broadcasting .......................................................................................................... Jeff Curtin Television Producer ...................................................................................................................Dan Hyatt Announcers Radio Play-by-Play Announcer .......................................................................................... Travis Demers Television Play-by-Play Announcer .................................................................................... Kevin Calabro Television Analyst...................................................................................................................Lamar Hurd Courtside Reporter ...................................................................................................... Brooke Olzendam Television Studio Host ............................................................................................................Jordan Kent Radio Analyst and Television Host ....................................................................................Michael Holton Radio Producer/Network Coordinator ............................................................................... Rich Patterson Game Operations & Events Director of Game Operations & Events.................................................................................Todd Bosma Manager of Game Operations & Events ...................................................................................Willen Sin Mascot Coordinator................................................................................................................Jack Dellert Performance Teams Manager ........................................................................................... Michelle Burch Business Analytics Director of Business Analytics ..................................................................................... Mike Schumacher Senior Strategy Analyst ...................................................................................Audrey Spencer-Alvarado Database Marketing Manager.............................................................................................Shadee Musa Application Developer .........................................................................................................Travis Rockey Analytics Coordinator .........................................................................................................Matt Bronstein Legal Affairs & Social Responsibility Senior Vice President, Business Operations & General Counsel .......................................Ben Lauritsen Executive Assistant ................................................................................................ Rhonda Rosemus Senior Paralegal.........................................................................................................................June Hall Vice President, Social Responsibility ...................................................................................Christa Stout Director of Coummunity Programs.......................................................................................... Annie Klug Director of Fan Development ................................................................................................Meggie Finn Director of Equity & Inclusion ...................................................................................... Octavia Chambers Youth Engagement Manager.................................................................................... Genevieve Sheridan Community Programs Coordinator .........................................................................................Alexa Miles 7 trailblazers.com

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STAFF DIRECTORY Social Responsibility Coordinator ...................................................................................Natalie Nishitani Fan Development Coordinator ............................................................................................ Horacio Pena Founding Broadcaster/Ambassador .................................................................................... Bill Schonely Corporate Partnerships, Premium Seating, Tickets Sales & Service Senior Vice President, Revenue .............................................................................................Steve Scott Director of Corporate Partnership Sales ...............................................................................Colin McCall Sales Managers ........................................Dan Scheinman, Mike Hettick, Riley Danford, Tracy Katigbak Senior Director of Partnerships .............................................................................................Amy Corbett Director of Partnership Marketing ......................................................................................Sean Sullivan Senior Partnership Marketing Manager ......................................................................................Dan Hall Partnership Marketing Managers ......Kevin Oberding, Hannah McBride, Andrew Knister, Allison Brown, Heather Pease Partnership Marketing Specialists.................................Anna Krichevsky, Sarah Kussin, Courtney Parks Director of Revenue Operations...............................................................................................Lisa Burke National Sales and Media Traffic Manager..........................................................................Brent Misfeldt Corporate Partnership Business Assistant .....................................................................Patti DeCourcey Business and Research Manager ................................................................................... Nicole Hargrave Esports Operations Manager ...................................................................................... Cameron McAlees Premium Seating Director of Premium Service ..................................................................................................Laura Flynn Senior Premium Service Manager .................................................................................. Alex Timberlake Premium Service Managers .........................................................Brian Bredeson, Pam Juranas Zwolak Premium Business Specialist............................................................................................ Emily Bartman Director of Premium Sales .............................................................................................Taylor Thomason Premium Sales Managers.........................................................................Ryan Gibson, Rachel McGrew Ticket Sales & Service Outside Sales Director of Outside Sales ....................................................................................................Kerry Watkins Corporate Ticket Sales Managers……… ....................... Brian Buck, Andrew Kastenbaum, Mason Ross ........................... Kevin Tyner, Blake Wehling, Tylor Yi, Abi Lawal, Nate Markham, Justin Souvannasane Inside Sales Director of Inside Sales ............................................................................................................... Joe Isse Senior Ticket Sales Manager ..........................................................................................Corey Messineo Ticket Sales Managers… .............................................Luis Magallanes, Alexis McKinney, Seth Hoiland, .......................................................................Kyle McGowan, Austin Potts, Lexi Trauber, Zach Twitchell, ...........................................................Alejandra Shields, MacKenzie King, Molly Velbeck, Adom Rolette Group Experience Sales Director of Group Experiences… .....................................................................................Paul Rothschild Group Experience Managers .......................................Alec Botts, McKenzie Griffin, Lauren Oyadomari, ...................................................................................... Heather Harris, Jimmy Donovan, Kyle Johnston Season Ticket Services Senior Director of Ticket Sales and Service....................................................................... Todd Ricksger Director of Season Ticket Services ..........................................................................................Nick Lamb Director of Revenue Programs ............................................................................................Chase Sbicca Ticket Programs Coordinator ............................................................................................ Natalie Brenny Season Ticket Services Managers…. .............. Ketura Bargas, Anna Jesse Colasuonno, Dan Eastham, .................................... Brooke LaSalle, Sarah Espinosa, Rebecca Lynch, Stan Shields, Melissa Sabac Ticket Services Assistant ............................................................................................. Isabelle Pangares Finance Chief Financial Officer......................................................................................................Bill Christensen Director of Finance............................................................................................................ DeeDee Owen Controller ..............................................................................................................................Ann Sousley Assistant Controller ................................................................................................................Isaac Ciula Payroll Manager .....................................................................................................................Geri Holden Payroll Specialist ...................................................................................................................Moses Poon Accounts Payable Coordinator .................................................................................Michelle Schoonover Accounts Receivable Coordinator ................................................................................. Dawn Buckwalter Senior Staff Accountant .......................................................................................................... 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People & Culture Senior Vice President, People & Culture………………………………… .............................Sarah Petrone Executive Assistant .......................................................................................................Larrisa Carter P&C Director ...................................................................................................................... Heidi Bradfish P&C Health & Well-Being Benefits Manager ................................................................Philipp Buractaon P&C Systems & Process Manager .................................................................................... Donald Antich P&C Talent Acquisition Manager…………………………… .................................................. Kate Vaughn P&C Leanring & Development Specialist ............................................................................. Havah Smith P&C Coordinator…………………………………………………………...................................... Katy Smith Office Manager ........................................................................................................................ Toni Smith Receptionists ........................................................................................... Jazmyn Foster, Anne Hancock Business Development, Government Affairs, Ticket Operations & IT Senior Vice President, External Affairs and Projects ............................................................. Chris Oxley Executive Assistant ..................................................................................................Bridget Sheehan Senior Project Manager ...................................................................................................Shawni Sullivan Trail Blazers Ticket Operations Assistant Director of Ticket Operations ............................................................................. Cheryl Mueller Internal Ticketing Director…………………………………… ..........................………………...Lori Spencer Ticketing Managers ...........................................................…………………Kari Lockhart, Drew Peterson 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 Technology Systems Specialist........................................................................................... Pat Cummins Computer Support Specialist .............................................................................................. Jarrand Bean Rose Quarter Operations Administration Senior Vice President and General Manager, Rose Quarter Operations ......................... Amanda Mann Executive Assistant…………………………………………… ......................................... .Beth Lindsey Assistant General Manager - Venue ..............................................................................Richard Fedesco Facility Operations Assistant General Manager of Facility Operationa................................................................Scott Sisson Director of Facility Operations .............................................................................................. Jack Lindsey Director of Facility Services .................................................................................................John Wallace Facility Services Coordinator ...............................................................................................Carlotta King Director of Environmental Services ........................................................................................Dell O'Neal Lead Engineer........................................................................................................................ Jared Stark Engineers ..................................……………………………………Louis Money, Daniel Lee, Matt Messier Apprentice Engineers..................................................................................Justin Kauffman, Jose Varela Electrician .............................................................................................................................Roy Thomas Maintenance Supervisor………………………………………………………… ........................ …Tom Duffy Maintenance Technician....................................................................................................Richard Hance Carpenters .................................................................................................Bruce Batterson, Jeff Pottratz Operations Manager…………………………………………… ..................................... …….David Holmes Senior Manager of ESS / Conversions ..................................................................................Sean Young Conversion Supervisor......................................................................................................Steven Barfield Event Services Staff Supervisors ................................................................Tyrone Stillwell, Colin Chiles Conversion Lead ................................................................................................................... Kerry Emert Painter ................................................................................................................................... Conor Urion Facility Security Director of Security ........................................................................................................Nick Bermensolo Facility Safety and Security Manager.....................................................................................Cody Tassin Senior Security Shift Supervisor……………………………… ...................................................Jeff Hobbs Security Shift Supervisors……………………………… ................................... Shanna Benfiet, AJ Jones Facility Security Agents…………………… ....................... Hayden Evans, Deric Hamilton, Krista Homer, ..........................................................................................................Josh McLaughlin, Sean DiGregorio Security Reception.....................................................................................................................Ted Miller

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STAFF DIRECTORY Production & Technical Services Senior Production Manager & Technical Services .................................................................Matt Mason Production Managers .....................................................................................Justin Brady, Shaun Haney Technical Services Technicians................................................................. Jason Burgess, Robert Moon Housekeeping Housekeeping Managers ............................................................................... Ken Jones, Gabe Martinez Event Sales & Management Director of Booking ....................................................................................................Howard Zuckerman Booking & Event Development Manager ............................................................................ Michael Betts Event Sales Administrator.....................................................................................................Dana Landis Director of Events ...................................................................................................................Alli Stangel Event Managers ..........................................................Courtney Gifford, Melissa Corraro, Justin Pierson Parking Manager................................................................................................................. Gabe Montez Guest Experience Guest Experience Director.................................................................................................Aaron Shapiro Guest Experience Manager ........................................................................Calvin Brennan, Lauren Todd Guest Experience Coordinator ..................................................................................... Robert Lawrence Arena Marketing Advertising Strategy Manager............................................................................................... Kevin Merlet Ticket Operations Director of Ticket Operations................................................................................................. Teresa Starr Arena Ticket Operations Senior Ticket Operations Manager…………………… .......................................... …………..Tim Halloran Ticket Operations Managers .......................................Cristina McGimsey, Brad VanDyke, Sandy Quella Arena Finance Staff Accountant............................................................................................Erika Eidem Chavez Cortez Staff Accountant - Accounts Payable ........................................................................... Monica Hathaway

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HISTORY OF THE TRAIL BLAZERS

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 third-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, but he found the financing for Portland’s new team.

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51,51 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.

DREXLER/JORDAN 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.

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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.

Damian Lillard scores a franchise-record 59 points against the Utah Jazz on April 8, 2017. The point total surpasses Damon Stoudamire’s previous team best of 54 points, set in 2005.

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HISTORY OF THE TRAIL BLAZERS LOGO

HOW THE TRAIL BLAZERS GOT THEIR NAME

1970

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 SuperSonicsKnicks 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 LOGO The original logo was designed in 1970 and represents teamwork, unity and competition – the same values that reflect the spirit of Portland and the Pacific Northwest. Its lines represent the game of basketball: two teams of five players, coming together in competition. The movement and symmetry of the lines reflect the mechanics of the game. In its latest evolution, the logo’s lines have been connected to symbolize the Blazers working together as a team. Other recent changes include the angle of the lines shifting to exactly 45 degrees, representing the 45th parallel north that leads on a path to the Northwest region, our community and our hometown. The updated pinwheel is reminiscent of our original 70’s logo that was constructed with evenly spaced lines and congruent edges. Each of the lines follow the same trail to the center of the pinwheel and are now connected as an added symbol of teamwork.

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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 technology. PRESENT


EVOLUTION OF THE TRAIL BLAZERS UNIFORM

1970-71

1971-72 through 1975-75

1975-76 through 1976-77

1977-78 through 1990-91

1991-92 through 2001-02

2002-03 through 2016-17

Icon Uniform - Current

Association Uniform – Current

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OWNER CHAIR Jody Allen is the Chair of the Portland Trail Blazers. As Chair of Vulcan Inc. and Trustee of the Paul G. Allen Trust, Jody Allen is responsible for preserving and implementing Paul Allen’s vision for generations to come.

Jody Allen

Jody and her brother Paul Allen worked side-byside in both business and philanthropic ventures. For more than two decades, Jody served as CEO of Vulcan, which she co-founded with Paul. She also co-founded and currently serves on the board of The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. In addition, Jody is the President of the Board of MoPOP – Seattle’s critically acclaimed museum of popular culture – and the Chair of the Allen Institute’s Board of Directors.

As a philanthropist with a passion for conservation, she has dedicated herself to protecting marine life, fighting wildlife trafficking, and saving Africa’s elephants from extinction. She recently launched Wild Lives Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to wildlife conservation and other philanthropic initiatives. In addition, Jody serves as a board member of Sealife Response, Rehabilitation and Research, an organization dedicated to improving the health and welfare of marine wildlife in the Pacific Northwest. Jody has a deep love for education and the arts. She is currently a board member of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, and previously served on the boards of ArtsFund, the Theatre Communications Group, the University of Washington Foundation, the Museum of Glass, the Los Angeles International Film Festival and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Jody is a member of the board of the Seattle Seahawks. Recognizing the team’s role as a powerful catalyst for civic pride as well as an economic engine, she led the development of CenturyLink Field and Event Center. Jody also led the development of Moda Center, home of the Portland Trail Blazers.

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Promoted to President of Basketball Operations in 2015, Neil Olshey was named the 10th General Manager in franchise history on June 4, 2012, and completed his seventh season at the helm in 2018-19. As President of Basketball Operations, 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, the fourth unanimous NBA Rookie of the Year in league history. He then named veteran coach Terry Stotts head coach of the Trail Blazers on August 7, 2012.

Neil Olshey

Coming off their first trip to the Western Conference Finals since 2000, the Trail Blazers have made the postseason in six consecutive seasons under Olshey, who signed franchise cornerstones Lillard and CJ McCollum to multi-year contract extensions in the summer of 2019. In addition to securing Lillard and McCollum, Olshey orchestrated offseason trades for veterans Kent Bazemore and Hassan Whiteside. He also re-signed Rodney Hood, who was acquired in a February 2019 midseason trade, while signing free agents Mario Hezonja, Anthony Tolliver and two-time NBA Champion Pau Gasol. In 2017-18, the Trail Blazers finished third in the Western Conference with a 49-33 record, a Northwest Division title and a fifth consecutive trip to the postseason with the NBA’s second-youngest roster.

After making the playoffs with the league’s youngest roster in 2016-17, Olshey executed a draft day trade on June 22, 2017 to acquire Zach Collins (10th overall pick). Olshey made the trade deadline move during the 2016-17 season to acquire center Jusuf Nurkic and a 2017 first round draft pick from Denver in exchange for Mason Plumlee and cash considerations on February 13. After making the move, Portland went 14-6 with Nurkic in the lineup and made its fourth consecutive playoff appearance for the first time since 2000-03. The Trail Blazers advanced to the Western Conference Semifinals in 2015-16 after defeating the LA Clippers in the first round, despite not returning four of five starters from the previous year and possessing the third-youngest roster in the league. Portland lost the highest percentage of starters from the previous season among all teams that have ever advanced to the second round, while becoming the first Trail Blazers team to move onto the semifinals twice in three years since 1998-2000. It was the third straight trip to the playoffs under the direction of Olshey, who was runner-up for the 2015-16 NBA Executive of the Year Award. McCollum, whom Olshey drafted with the 10th overall pick in 2014, won the NBA’s Most Improved Player Award that season. Division champions for the first time since 1998-99 in 2014-15, the Trail Blazers put together consecutive 50-win seasons for just the fifth time in franchise history from 2013-14 to 2014-15. Olshey finished third in 2013-14 NBA Executive of the Year voting after the Trail Blazers posted a 54-28 record, marking the largest improvement in franchise history and the sixth-best record all-time. Portland won its first playoff series in 14 seasons, defeating the Houston Rockets in six games, which set up a Western Conference Semifinal matchup with the San Antonio Spurs. The postseason berth was the team’s first since 2010-11. Olshey came to Portland from the 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 200304 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 AllStars 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 1987 graduate of Le Moyne College, Olshey was a recipient of the Outstanding Senior Athlete Award for his efforts on the lacrosse field and was inducted into the Le Moyne College Hall of Fame in 2018. He is married to Emmynominated television producer Leslie Radakovich, and they have two sons, Connor and James. trailblazers.com

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OWNER PRESIDENT/CEO Championship pedigree and sports management skills honed at one of the world’s largest sports and entertainment companies are hallmarks of Chris McGowan. McGowan serves as Chief Executive Officer of Vulcan Sports and Entertainment (VSE) where he oversees business operations of all VSE sports franchises and facilities, including the Portland Trail Blazers (NBA) and Seattle Seahawks (NFL). He also serves as the VSE representative for the ownership stake in the Seattle Sounders (MLS). Named Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter President & Chief Executive Officer in October 2012, McGowan moved to the Pacific Northwest from Los Angeles-based Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), where he spent 16 years, including a final assignment as Chief Operating Officer of AEG Sports, before becoming one of the NBA’s youngest CEOs. McGowan, 46, oversees the day-to-day operations of the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter including the Arena Operations, Ticket Sales and Service, Corporate Partnerships, Premium Seating, Analytics, Marketing, Corporate Communications, Broadcasting, Social Responsibility, Digital, Finance and Human Resources departments. Since joining the organization in 2012, the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter have seen dramatic increases in all key revenue areas including ticket sales, sponsorship, retail, arena and food and beverage.

Chris McGowan

In 2017, McGowan’s role expanded to include being named President of Vulcan Arts + Entertainment (VA+E), an entity under Vulcan, Inc., parent company of the Trail Blazers. In that role, McGowan leads the strategic business direction of the entire VA+E portfolio, which includes Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP), Seattle Art Fair, Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum, Living Computers: Museum + Labs and The Hospital Club.

In 2018, McGowan was named to the additional role of CEO of VSE, where his responsibilities expanded further into the professional sports franchises and entertainment properties in the Vulcan portfolio. McGowan manages a cross-functional executive team in both Portland and Seattle in leading these organizations. In 2013, McGowan led a strategic business restructuring to self-operate Moda Center, Veterans Memorial Coliseum and Rose Quarter campus. Through a significant partnership with Live Nation and revamped event ticketing systems under new partner Ticketmaster, McGowan has driven growth and brought a variety of events to the Rose Quarter, including Paul McCartney, Justin Timberlake, Elton John, Katy Perry, Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Billy Joel, the 2019 NCAA Women’s Regional Basketball Tournament, the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and PK80 Invitational – a groundbreaking college basketball tournament featuring 16 of the country’s top teams in a double-bracket format honoring the 80th birthday of Nike co-founder Phil Knight in 2017. In August 2013, McGowan and his team negotiated a community partnership with Moda Health that included naming rights to Moda Center. Together, Moda and the Trail Blazers have energized Portland’s hub for sports and entertainment, creating an urban showcase for healthy, active living. McGowan has been at the forefront of several major venue and technological improvements to the Rose Quarter campus and Trail Blazers Practice Facility, including $16 million in capital improvements in 2014 – the largest and most sweeping changes to the complex since its original opening in 1995. This now includes the refurbishment of 1,800 seats in the Kuni Lexus Club Level; renovation of 44 of the arena’s private suites; construction of 24 theatre-style premium boxes called Studio Suites; opening of an exclusive “speakeasy-style” club called Oro Fino and creation of a glass-enclosed bar on the arena’s top level named “The Pines,” featuring panoramic views of downtown Portland. Fan-based upgrades to liven up the Rose Quarter have also been a focal point during McGowan’s seven years in Portland. Named after the winningest coach in franchise history, Dr. Jack's is the perfect spot to grab a bite or enjoy a cocktail before and after Rose Quarter events. McGowan also restored the popular Essential Forces water feature at the south entrance to Moda Center, and environmentally sustainable landscaping projects have brightened up the Rose Quarter campus. He has taken advantage of Portland’s thriving food culture by bringing some of the city’s most popular restaurants to Moda Center, including Killer Burger, Salt & Straw, Sizzle Pie, Daddy D’s and Tamale Boy, establishing the arena as a destination for local fare. In 2013, McGowan led the transition to Levy as the Rose Quarter’s food and beverage partner, which has provided an award-winning culinary vision, along with premium hospitality and service. A new agreement with Levy subsidiary Rank + Rally also oversees the Trail Blazers retail store, Rip City Clothing Co. McGowan has created two annual events during the Trail Blazers offseason to bring the team to fans across Oregon and Southwest Washington. In seven years of the Rip City Rally, the organization has engaged over 30 communities throughout the region to showcase the Trail Blazers as “Oregon’s team.” McGowan also brought back the popular 3-on-3 basketball tournament to the Rose Quarter – an annual event called Rip City 3-on-3 that is one of the state’s premier outdoor basketball events, attracting thousands of attendees from across the region and raising money for the Trail Blazers Foundation. Under McGowan’s leadership, the organization’s charitable giving has increased every year thanks to new funding sources, including proceeds from the Trail Blazers specialty license plates for Oregon vehicles. During the 2018-19 season, the team’s cash grants and donations exceeded $1 million benefitting schools and nonprofits in Oregon and Southwest Washington. 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. He also played an important role on the team that opened one of the country’s most successful arenas in 1999-2000 – Staples Center. “The Sports Business Journal” recognized McGowan’s accomplishments at AEG Sports by naming him to their exclusive “Forty Under 40” list in March 2012. In 2014, McGowan was honored at the Father of the Year Awards benefitting the American Diabetes Association, and in 2017 was honored as one of the Business Executives of the Year by the “Portland Business Journal.” Locally, McGowan is active in the Portland community and currently serves as a board member of the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Foundation, Sport Oregon and the Oregon Business Council. McGowan earned his bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Delaware in 1996, where he was captain of the soccer team. Chris, his wife Susan and their two sons, Ryan (17) and Kyle (15), reside in Southwest Portland.

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Terry Stotts enters his eighth season as Head Coach of the Portland Trail Blazers in 2019-20 after guiding his team to a 53-29 record, a sixth consecutive trip to the postseason and Portland’s first trip to the Western Conference Finals in 19 years with series wins over Oklahoma City and Denver. Last season marked the 14th 50-win season for the Trail Blazers, and the third with Stotts at the helm. A 25-year coaching veteran, Portland introduced Stotts as the franchise’s 14th head coach on August 7, 2012.

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Stotts is the second-winningest coach in franchise history after Jack Ramsay, and the second Trail Blazers head coach to reach the playoffs in six consecutive seasons, joining Rick Adelman. Portland’s victory over Orlando on Nov. 28, 2018 marked the 400th career victory for Stotts, who is one of 48 coaches in NBA history to reach the 400-win mark. With the Trail Blazers’ win over New Orleans on Jan. 18, 2019, he joined Ramsay (453 wins) as the second coach in franchise history to reach 300 wins in Rip City. The fourth-longest tenured head coach in the NBA, Stotts is one of six active coaches who have won 300 games with their current team. Stotts has compiled a 345-264 (.560) record in seven seasons at the helm in Portland and has a 440-417 (.521) overall NBA coaching record.

Terry Stotts

He was named the Western Conference Coach of the Month in February of 2019 and has won a coach of the month award in each of the last six seasons, making him the only coach to win the award in six straight seasons since its inception in 1982-83. In 2017-18, Portland finished with a 49-33 record, a Northwest Division championship and a fifth consecutive trip to the playoffs as the third seed in the Western Conference and the second-youngest roster in the NBA.

With the youngest roster in the league in 2016-17, the Trail Blazers finished with an NBA-best 17-6 record over the last two months of last season to book a fourth consecutive playoff berth for the first time since 2000-03. Stotts became the third Trail Blazers coach to make the postseason in four of his first five seasons with the team, joining Jack Ramsay and Adelman. The Trail Blazers advanced to the Western Conference Semifinals for the second time in three seasons in 2015-16 after defeating the LA Clippers in the first round, despite not returning four of five starters from the previous year and possessing the third-youngest roster in the league. In 2014-15, Stotts guided Portland to a 51-31 record and its first outright division title since 1998-99, counting back-to-back 50-win seasons for just the fifth time in franchise history. Stotts led the Trail Blazers to a 54-win season in 2013-14, marking the largest improvement in franchise history and the sixth-best record all-time. Portland won its first playoff series in 14 seasons, defeating the Houston Rockets in six games and setting up a Western Conference Semifinal matchup with the San Antonio Spurs. Prior to coming to Portland, Stotts served 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 two-year stints in both Milwaukee (2005-07) and Atlanta (2002-04). 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 2004-05 season. 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. Born in Cedar Falls, Iowa, Stotts grew up in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Guam and finished high school in Bloomington, Indiana. Stotts and his wife, Jan, have two Coton de Tulear dogs, Bisou and Baci. Year Team G 2002-03 Atlanta 55 2003-04 Atlanta 82 2005-06 Milwaukee 82 2006-07 Milwaukee 64 2012-13 Portland 82 2013-14 Portland 82 2014-15 Portland 82 2015-16 Portland 82 2016-17 Portland 82 2017-18 Portland 82 2018-19 Portland 82 Career Totals 857

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TERRY STOTTS NBA HEAD COACHING RECORD L Pct. W L Pct. Finish 31 .436 -----11th place, Eastern Conference 54 .341 -----12th place, Eastern Conference 42 .488 1 4 .200 8th place, Eastern Conference 41 .359 -----14th place, Eastern Conference 49 .402 -----11th place, Western Conference 28 .659 5 6 .455 5th place, Western Conference 31 .622 1 4 .200 4th place, Western Conference (NW Division Champions) 38 .537 5 6 .455 4th place, Western Conference 41 .500 0 4 .000 8th place, Western Conference 33 .598 0 4 .000 3rd place, Western Conference (NW Division Champions) 29 .646 8 8 .500 3rd place, Western Conference 417 .513 20 36 .357 trailblazers.com

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Associate Head Coach Promoted to Associate Head Coach this summer, Nate Tibbetts enters his seventh season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20 after serving the previous six seasons as an assistant coach. Tibbetts was as an assistant coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2011-13 before joining the Trail Blazers. Prior to his tenure with the Cavs, 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 Nate Tibbetts 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 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, Lyndsey, reside in Portland with their daughters Jordyn and Londyn.

Assistant Coach

Dale Osbourne

Dale Osbourne enters his eighth season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20, previously serving as head coach of the Tulsa 66ers, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s NBA Development League team. 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.

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Jim Moran

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Promoted to the front of the bench this summer, Jim Moran completed his fourth season with the Trail Blazers in 2018-19, the last three as an assistant coach after spending one season as an associate video coordinator. A player development coach for the Maine Red Claws of the NBA Development League in 2013, Moran played his entire professional career for CB Gran Canaria in the Spanish ACB League from 2001-11. He is the only player in team history to have his number retired by Gran Canaria, finishing his career with 2,060 points, 802 rebounds and 321 assists. Moran played collegiately at William & Mary, where he was twice named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association Team his junior and senior seasons. A native of Syosset, New York, Moran played for the Irish Men’s National Team from 2001-06. Moran and his wife, Rosalyn, reside in Tualatin with their son and daughter.


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John McCullough

John McCullough enters his fourth season as an assistant coach with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20 after spending the previous four seasons as the team’s advance scout. Prior to the Trail Blazers, he was the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Oklahoma Baptist University, leading the Lady Bison to 10 NAIA National Tournament appearances, including the 2009 NAIA Semifinals. The Big 8 Player of the Year in 1979, the former University of Oklahoma All-American was drafted by the Kansas City Kings in the 1979 NBA Draft. He went on to play professionally for seven years with the Phoenix Suns, Billings Volcanoes and Ohio Mixers (CBA), Élan Béarnais Pau-Orthez (France) and the Las Vegas Silver Streaks (WBL). John and his wife, Stephanie, reside in Portland and have a son, Stephen, who is married to Michelle and have a son, Gavin (1).

Assistant Coach

Jannero Pargo

Jannero Pargo joins Portland’s coaching staff as an assistant coach in 2019-20, after most recently serving as an assistant coach for two seasons with the Windy City Bulls, the G League affiliate of the Chicago Bulls. An NBA veteran who played for the L.A. Lakers, Raptors, Bulls, Knicks, Knicks, Hornets, Hawks, Wizards and Bobcats over 11 seasons, Pargo holds career NBA averages of 6.4 points, 1.4 rebounds and 2.0 assists over 499 games from 2002-15. The Chicago native transitioned to coaching with Windy City after ending his playing career in 2017 with the G League’s Oklahoma City Blue. Pargo played collegiately for Arkansas, and internationally for Dynamo Moscow (2008-09) in Russia and Olympiacos (2009) in Greece.

Video Coordinator/Player Development Coach

Jonathan Yim

Jonathan Yim enters his seventh season as video coordinator/player development coach for the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. 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. Prior to coming to the Trail Blazers, Yim spent the 2012-13 season serving as a 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, Yim 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

Assistant General Manager Trail Blazers Assistant General Manager Bill Branch begins his 33rd year in the NBA and 10th season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. With a career of unique NBA experience, Branch’s primary focus is working with President of Basketball Operations Neil Olshey on developing the Trail Blazers’ roster and day-to day management of basketball operations. Before coming to Rip City, Branch spent three seasons with the Oklahoma City Thunder, 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 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 Bill Branch 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 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.

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Assistant General Manager Steve Rosenberry enters his 10th season as an Assistant General Manager in 201920. Rosenberry works closely with Trail Blazers Director of Player Personal Joe Cronin on evaluating collegiate players, and assists President of Basketball Operations 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 serving as director of scouting. He then spent the 2007-08 season as a consultant with the Milwaukee Bucks. A talented Steve 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 Rosenberry 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.

Director of Player Personnel

Joe Cronin

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Promoted to Director of Player Personnel in July 2014, Cronin manages the team's Salary Cap and oversees its amateur and professional scouting. An important part of the team's player evaluation and strategic planning process, Cronin is active in the NBA Draft, trades, and free agent acquisitions and negotiations. Entering his 14th season with Portland, Cronin previously served as the team's Pro Scout/Salary Cap Analyst, a position he held since 2010. As a result of his continued dedication to the team, Cronin was the 2011-12 recipient of the Trail Blazers' "Unify People in a Championship Culture" Award. Cronin joined the team as a Basketball Operations Intern in 2006 after earning his Master's at the University of Denver, where he also worked as 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 with his wife, Megan.


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Director of Player Health & Performance The 2018-19 season marked the second season for Jesse Elis as Director of Player Health and Performance for the Trail Blazers. Elis 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.A native of Dickinson, N.D., Elis joins the Trail Blazers from EXOS in Phoenix, Ariz., where he served as the Director of Physical Therapy for two years. Prior to his time at EXOS, Elis had extensive experience working with athletes as a concierge physical therapist for professional tennis players and working in China with both National and Olympic-based teams. Elis received his bachelor’s and doctorate degrees Jesse Elis at the University of North Dakota, and completed a three-year post doctorate fellowship in the area of orthopedic manual therapy through the Evidence in Motion program. He also is board certified through the American Physical Therapy Association in both Orthopedics and Sports while also carrying the designation as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Maintaining his involvement in continuing education programs, Elis teaches on multiple levels of both lecture and clinically-based courses. An outdoors enthusiast who has traveled to 24 countries, Elis lives in Lake Oswego with his wife, MicKallyn, and son, Ari.

Head Athletic Trainer

Geoff Clark

The 2019-20 campaign marks Geoff Clark's 22nd NBA season, all with the Trail Blazers, and 10th as Head Athletic Trainer. 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 has the CSCS credentialing 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 and completed his USOC Sports Medicine Internship in 1999. He was recipient of the CBA Athletic Trainer of the Year award in 1995, served at the 1996 Centennial Olympics in Atlanta, was a member of the 1997 USA Men's Basketball Tournament of the Americas gold medal-winning team, and served on the medical staff at the 2012 NBA All-Star Game. Clark was also a recipient of the 2013-14 Joe O'Toole Award recognizing the NBATA Athletic Trainer of the Year. He and his wife, Alisa, reside in Beaverton, enjoy spending time with family, and experiencing the Pacific Northwest.

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Physical Therapist/Sports Scientist

Logan Sullivan

Logan Sullivan concluded his second season with the Trail Blazers in 2018-19 after spending the previous three years working with professional athletes from the four major sports leagues, the PGA Tour and Olympic athletes at EXOS in Phoenix, Arizona. Sullivan also served as the head physical therapist and performance coach for the Shanghai Chinese Track Cycling team leading up to the 13th Chinese National Games in 2017. He recently completed his Sports Clinical Specialist certification under the American Physical Therapy Association and holds certifications in FMS, XPS, ASTYM and systemic dry needling. He has presented workshops on sports physical therapy and training integration in the United States and China. A native of Phoenix, Sullivan received his B.S. in Biology from Butler University and completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Northern Arizona University.

Assistant Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist

Jessica Cohen

Jessica Cohen begins her first season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20 as the team’s 26 Assistant Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist. Cohen joins the Trail Blazers from the WNBA, where she spent the past two seasons as the Atlanta Dream’s Head Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist. Prior to her role in Atlanta, she spent five seasons with the WNBA’s Chicago Sky, worked with the New England Black Wolves of the National Lacrosse League, and has gone on tour with many celebrity performers. Credentialed as both a Certified Athletic Trainer and Licensed Physical Therapist, Cohen is also certified as a Performance Specialist from EXOS. Jessica graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2010 with a B.S. in Health Policy and Human Organizational Development where she was a also member of the women’s swim team. In 2013, Cohen earned her Masters of Athletic Training at the University of Arkansas and later her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northwestern University in 2016.

Sports Performance Specialist

Todd Forcier

Todd Forcier enters his 10th season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. 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 completed his sixth season with the Trail Blazers in 2018-19. Kenyon came 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.


BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

Zach Williams begins his seventh season with the team in 2019-20 and sixth as the team’s Director of Basketball Analytics after joining the Trail Blazers as an intern in January of 2013. In his current role, Williams 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. The Fort Worth, Texas, native graduated from Tarleton State University with a degree in Psychology. Williams resides in Tualatin with his wife, Erin, and daughter, Cora.

Zach Williams

Scouting Manager Sean Kiely begins his 11th season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. As the team’s Scouting Manager, Kiely works closely with the team’s basketball operations staff and performs a number of scouting duties, focusing primarily on NBA and the NBA Development League. 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. Kiely resides in Tualatin with his wife, Ashley.

Sean Kiely

International Scout

Lojze Milosavljevic

The 2019-20 season marks Lojze Milosavljevic’s sixth year as an international scout with the Portland Trail Blazers. With 20 years of NBA experience, Milosavljevic spent six seasons as an international scout for the Atlanta Hawks prior to joining the Trail Blazers. He also served for eight seasons as an international scout with the Seattle SuperSonics. Milosavljevic has more than 18 years of coaching experience, including two years as the head coach of the Slovanian Under-16 National team, six years as an assistant for the Slovenian Junior National Team and two years as an assistant for the Slovenian First Team. Milosavljevic resides in Ljubljana, Slovenia, with his girlfriend Aniya and her three basketball-playing children, Jaka (18), Anze (16) and Zala (11).

Advance Scout Matt Whinrey begins his third season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20 as the team’s Advance Scout after spending the previous four seasons with the New Orleans Pelicans. Whinrey spent one season as the assistant video coordinator for the Pelicans before working as the video coordinator for the past three seasons. Prior to joining the Pelicans, Whinrey was an NBA regional scout and basketball operations assistant for the Cleveland Cavaliers. After graduating with a degree in math and psychology from IUPUI in 2009, he worked as a student assistant coach for the men’s basketball team before being named an assistant coach from 2010-2012.

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Director of Basketball Analytics


BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

Vice President, Team Relations As Vice President of Team Relations, Cheri Hanson facilitates communication among players, coaches, business staff, agents, player families and the NBA to help all parties 26 achieve business and community objectives. Hanson collaborates with athletes and their agents to further brand management initiatives, including communications strategy, scheduling of meetings, public appearances and player programs. This is Hanson’s 10th 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 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” Cheri Hanson award. In 2015, Hanson herself became the first woman to win the prestigious NBA award, honoring her performance and service during her NBA career. 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 (15) and Kyle (14).

Player Programs Director The team’s Player Programs Director, Hersey Hawkins enters his 11th season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. 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 in 1996 and the NBA Sportsmanship Hersey Award in 1999. Known as a sharp-shooter from the perimeter, Hawkins ranks among Hawkins 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. Hawkins and his wife, Jennifer, have been married for 31 years.

Director of Basketball Operations

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Nick West begins his 10th season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. 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. He obtained his Masters in Education from Seattle Pacific University in June 2012. Nick and his wife, Stephanie, are the proud parents of daughters Gabrielle and Olivia, and son Noah.


Director of Security Rick Riley enters his fifth season as the team’s Director of Security. Riley is responsible for planning and coordinating all basketball team related security operations, including team travel, games, special events and individual player appearances. Prior to joining the Trail Blazers, Riley worked for two years as a contractor with the Miami Heat, where he served in a similar capacity. Riley worked as a Special Agent in the United States Air Force, where he served for 15 years. Agent Riley also coordinated protective service operations, undercover operations and ran the Joint Drug Enforcement Team (JDET). The JDET was responsible for investigating drug use and distribution by Air Force members, and civilians suspected of dealing to Air Force members.

Rick Riley

Equipment Manager Eric Hallman enters his fifth season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. Hallman is in charge of outfitting and maintaining all of the team’s basketball related equipment at home and on the road. He oversees a staff that includes one assistant and 14 team attendants. An Arizona native, Hallman previously worked for the Phoenix Suns for 18 years, beginning at age 12 as a ball boy, before being promoted to team attendant and most recently to Assistant Equipment Manager. On top of his duties with the Suns, he was the Head Equipment Manager and Basketball Operations Manager for the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury from 2011-15. Recently married, Eric and his wife, Jill, reside in Portland.

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BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Chief Marketing Officer Dewayne Hankins enters his seventh season with the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter in 2019-20, and fourth as Chief Marketing Officer. In his current role, Hankins oversees the Brand Strategy and Innovation departments for the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter. Under his leadership, the team’s digitally focused marketing efforts have achieved franchise records in ticket sales and the organization’s digital products continue to drive engagement and revenue through sponsorship. Hankins has also played an instrumental part in and the Trail Blazers increased outreach to Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Hankins directs the critically acclaimed Trail Blazers social media team that has won the NBA’s Digital Innovation Award in 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016 and 2014. He was named as one of the International Leaders Under 40 Class of 2018 by Leaders in Sports, based in Dewayne London. Hankins oversaw the recent re-brand of the new Trail Blazers logo and uniforms. Hankins His executive role has also grown within Vulcan, Inc., parent company of the Trail Blazers, to include strategic direction for marketing, digital media and advertising of Vulcan Arts + Entertainment properties that include MoPOP, Seattle Art Fair, Flying Heritage & Combat Museum, Living Computers Museum + Labs and The Hospital Club. Before joining the organization from Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), Hankins oversaw the digital efforts of AEG’s sports properties worldwide, including the LA Kings and LA Galaxy, most notably the Kings’ cutting-edge social media initiatives from 2010-13. Prior to joining AEG, he spent time with the Minnesota Wild and Miami Marlins. Hankins currently serves on the NBA Team Marketing Advisory Board. A native of Lockport, Ill., Hankins is a 2002 graduate of Iowa State University, where he majored in communications. He and his wife, Gloria, and their sons, Hudson (7) and Grady (5), reside in Northwest Portland.

Chief Financial Officer

Bill Christensen

Chief Financial Officer, Bill Christensen enters his 28th season with the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter. In his role, Christensen oversees the financial operations of the team and arena, including budgeting, forecasting and financial reporting. In 2018 his duties expanded to include oversight of Rose Quarter facilities and Engineering & Technology. After starting as a part time Retail employee, Christensen moved into an accountant position 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 Trail Blazers Foundation and a member of the board for Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest. 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.

Senior Vice President, Business Operations & General Counsel

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Senior Vice President of Business Operations & General Counsel, Ben Lauritsen enters his 11th season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. He advises the Trail Blazers and the Rose Quarter in strategy, operations, negotiations, disputes and compliance. In addition to leading the team’s legal functions, he oversees the team’s Human Resources and Community Outreach departments and serves as Board President of the Trail Blazers Foundation. Prior to joining the Trail Blazers, Lauritsen worked as a Corporate Attorney at Stoel Rives LLP in Portland and at Latham & Watkins LLP in London. Lauritsen graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in 2004 and spent a year as a judicial clerk for Judge David G. Campbell in the U.S. District of Arizona following graduation. Lauritsen serves on the board for Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest. He is a frequent contributor to sports and entertainment law classes, panels and conferences.


Senior Vice President, External Affairs and Projects In his 20th year at the Rose Quarter, Oxley holds the position of Senior Vice President, External Affairs and Projects for the Portland Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter. His focus is on special project initiatives and strategic partnerships with key external stakeholders, with the goal of aligning those relationships with overall corporate strategy. Oxley’s executive role has also expanded within Vulcan, Inc., parent company of the Trail Blazers, to include a strategic business advisory role for Vulcan Arts + Entertainment. Additionally, Chris oversees h Club London & h Club Los Angeles, leads a development Chris Oxley project in New York and is responsible for business operations for African safari camps in Botswana and Zambia. His driving goal in managing these diverse businesses is to create exceptional moments that entertain and inspire. A key example of Oxley’s dedication to innovative business development was the development of the PK80-Phil Knight Invitational basketball tournament, which was one of the most successful non-franchise events in the history of the campus. Previously the organization’s SVP of Venue Operations, Oxley managed a significant renovation of the Trail Blazers practice facility and oversaw several capital campaigns that infused the Rose Quarter with critical new entertainment infrastructure to enhance the fan experience. His culinary vision led to the creation of many new food, beverage and catering offerings that are now considered an innovative model for professional sports venues. An established leader in sustainable venue operations, he also led the charge for the Moda Center to be the first professional sports venue to achieve LEED Gold Certification for an existing building. Oxley began his career in many notable Colorado venues and is a graduate of Drake University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Administration. In addition to a diverse mix of professional duties, Oxley maintains a strong sense of civic responsibility and commitment to regional growth. He serves in board-executive leadership positions with the Portland Business Alliance, Greater Portland Inc. and Oregon Sports Authority. He resides with his family (Suzan, Jackson and Maxwell) in the Multnomah Village neighborhood in Southwest Portland.

Senior Vice President, People & Culture Sarah Petrone, Senior Vice President of People & Culture, begins her seventh season with the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter in 2019-20. 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 Denmark-based 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 Training Assignments for Hollywood Entertainment, Inc. Petrone was named to the Portland Business Journal’s 2015 Forty Under Sarah Petrone in40Wilsonville. listing, honoring a select group of leaders under the age of 40 for their professional accomplishments and contributions to the community. She served as the lead reference in the Sports Business Journal’s 2014 article exploring the effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on professional sports teams. Petrone earned a master’s degree in Business Administration at Marylhurst University after graduating Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication at Oregon State. She is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR) as administered nationally by the HR Certification Institute. Petrone serves as a board member of the American Heart Association, Central Catholic High School and is an Executive Leadership Team member for Portland’s Go Red for Women cause. Married to Donald Rose, a Portland Public Schools teacher, Petrone is the mother of two children.

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BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Senior Vice President, Revenue Entering his 11th year with the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter, Senior Vice President of Revenue Steve Scott is a native Oregonian and lifelong Trail Blazers fan continuing his career in sports and entertainment. He plays a diverse role within the organization, overseeing all revenue departments including Ticket Sales & Service, Premium Seating and Corporate Partnerships. Previously, Scott was Vice President of Corporate Partnerships from 2012-16. Scott oversees major sponsorship initiatives with the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter, including developing and leading the strategy for naming rights resulting in the renaming of Moda Center and, more recently, the team’s jersey patch efforts with Biofreeze. In 2018, Scott was tasked with overseeing the operations Steve Scott of Blazer5 Gaming, a key effort in supporting the evolution of sports. His responsibilities with this NBA 2K League team include overseeing all aspects of Blazer5 operations, such as staffing, sponsorship, team development and social content strategy. Scott’s leadership of and strategic vision for the revenue teams led to six consecutive record-breaking years in the Corporate Partnerships department and a record year in all revenue areas for the 2018-19 season. Outside of the Trail Blazers, his executive role has expanded within Vulcan Sports and Entertainment, inclusive of the Trail Blazers, Seattle Seahawks and Vulcan Arts + Entertainment properties, to include strategic guidance on revenue generation and corporate partnership initiatives for all Vulcan Arts + Entertainment properties. In the local community, Scott sits on the Board of Trustees for the Ronald McDonald House of Oregon and is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Green Sports Alliance. Scott is one of three generations of Oregon Ducks, with his father, himself and two sons being products of the School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC). He and his wife, Kelly, live in Northwest Portland.

Senior Vice President and General Manager, Rose Quarter Operations

Amanda Mann

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Amanda Mann, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Rose Quarter Operations, enters her fourth season with Rip City Management and the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. As General Manager of the Rose Quarter, Mann oversees all Booking, Ticket Operations, Guest Experience, Security and Event & Facility Operations for Moda Center, Veterans Memorial Coliseum and Rose Quarter campus. Mann also serves as a liaison with Levy Restaurants – concessionaire to the Rose Quarter. Prior to joining the organization, Mann served as Assistant General Manager, VP of Booking & Event Operations at Toyota Center in Houston, TX as well as VP of Booking for Clear Channel Entertainment, Texas. Mann graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from the School of Engineering at Vanderbilt University. Amanda currently resides in Northeast Portland with her husband and two daughters.


BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Ryan Flaherty

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Vice President, Brand Strategy Ryan Flaherty has over 24 years of marketing and brand development experience with the Trail Blazers. He currently serves as the Vice President of Brand Strategy and manages the Brand Marketing, Creative Services, Broadcasting, Content, Game Operations & Events and Retail Marketing divisions. His previous roles at the Trail Blazers include two years as Marketing Director, over ten years as Creative Director, two years as Copywriter, Producer & Director and four years in the Corporate Marketing Department as an Account Manager. Major projects include leading team identity re-branding efforts, development of numerous season marketing campaigns, writing, producing and directing hundreds of radio and television commercial productions, development of multiple environmental space build outs within Moda Center and countless marketing promotions and programs throughout his time with the organization. Flaherty graduated from Oregon State University with a bachelor’s degree in Communications. He and his wife and two daughters reside in NW Portland.

Vice President, Engineering & Technology

Mike Janes

Mike Janes was promoted to Vice President of Engineering and Technology in 2012. In his current role, Janes directs all technology for both the Trail Blazers’ Broadcasting and Information Technology departments. He also oversees the Trail Blazers' 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 37-year veteran of the Trail Blazers, Janes began working on game days in 1982. Janes is a dedicated member of the University Club of Portland. An Oregon native, he is a graduate of the University of Portland and Jesuit High School. The proud parents of two adults, Edwin and Marian, Mike and his wife, Ethel, make their home in Beaverton, Ore.

Vice President, Social Responsibility

Christa Stout

Christa Stout, Vice President of Social Responsibility and Executive Director of the Trail Blazers Foundation, oversees the Trail Blazers’ community involvement, fan development, and diversity, equity and inclusion work. Prior to joining the Trail Blazers in February of 2014, Stout managed the Portland Timbers Community Relations Department starting in 2011. Stout gained international development experience in sport and social change in South Africa, Australia, Central and South America and Europe prior to moving back to her hometown, Portland, in 2011. Stout holds an MBA in International Business and a bachelor’s degree in sociology and psychology. She serves on the Latino Network and Boys & Girls Club boards and in her free time enjoys running, exploring and cooking with her husband and daughters.

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COMMUNICATIONS

Senior Vice President, Communications

Jim Taylor

Jim Taylor begins his 22nd overall season with the Trail Blazers having been recently promoted to Senior Vice President of Communications. Prior to that, Taylor served as the team's vice president of basketball communications, a position he held since 2013. In his current role, Taylor is the primary media liaison for the Trail Blazers, Rip City Management, Moda Center, Rose Quarter and Veterans Memorial Coliseum on all business and basketball-related matters. Taylor previously worked for the team as director of corporate communications and community relations from 1991-98, and website content manager from 2005-07. Between his tenures with the organization, Taylor served as the venue director for the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup before becoming vice president and 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 proud parents of two daughters, Aleida and Zoe, and reside in Vancouver, Wash.

Basketball Communications Director

Collin Romer

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Collin Romer enters his 15th season with the Trail Blazers in 2019-20. 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 and media room crew. 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 Providence Park. 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 sons, Oscar and Theodore, and their mutt, Ralphie.

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COMMUNICATIONS

Hilary Gorlin

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Corporate Communications Manager Hilary Gorlin is entering her fourth season with the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter, where she has held the role of Corporate Communications Coordinator, Specialist and Manager. Hilary handles Corporate Communications for the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter including broadcaster and front office staff interview requests, brand storytelling, execution of the gameday program Rip City Magazine, media requests for concerts and events at the Rose Quarter and NBA 2K League’s Blazer5 Gaming PR. Hilary grew up in New Hampshire and is a graduate of the University of Colorado where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Public Relations while playing collegiate ice hockey. She currently resides in NE Portland where she spends her free time playing basketball and hockey with friends.

Basketball Communications Assistant The 2019-20 season marks Jacob Gifford’s third as the Basketball Communications Assistant for the Trail Blazers after joining the team in March of 2017. In his role, Jacob writes game notes, press releases, and the team’s media and postseason guides. He also serves as a contact for media and visiting teams and helps manage the game night media room staff. An Oregon native, Jacob attended Tualatin High School and graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics. He resides in Portland and enjoys spending his free time outside with friends and family.

Jacob Gifford

Corporate Communications Coordinator Holli Hanson is entering her first season with the Trail Blazers as the Corporate Communications Coordinator. In her role, Holli assists in overseeing the media and publicity for the organization’s corporate efforts and Rose Quarter events. Prior to assuming her current position, Holli served as an Account Executive at a B2B technology public relations agency where she handled the public relations for a variety of security, audio and video clients. Holli is an Oregon native, and is a graduate of the University of Oregon where she received her Bachelor of Arts in both Marketing and Public Relations. Holli resides in Beaverton, Ore. with her Labrador Retriever, Maisy.

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TRAIL BLAZERS STAFF

Todd Adams

Kiera Albright

Donald Antich

Amara Baptist

Director of Brand & Retail Marketing

Executive Assistant

P&C Systems & Process Manager

Digital Content Manager

Emily Bartman

Jerrand Bean

David Berg

Todd Bosma

Premium Business Specialist

Computer Support Specialist

Senior Staff Accountant

Director of Game Operations & Events

Brian Bredeson

Natalie Brenny

Premium Service Manager

Ticket Programs Coordinator

Tristan Brillianceau-Lewis

Matt Bronstein

Allison Brown Partnership Marketing Manager

Brian Buck

Dawn Buckwalter

Philipp Buractaon

Michelle Burch

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Accounts Receivable Coordinator

P&C Health & Well-Being Benefits Manager

Performance Teams Manager

Frannie Cameron

Larrisa Carter Executive Assistant

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Alec Botts Group Experience Manager

Analytics Coordinator

Videographer

Brand Strategy Production Manager

Ketura Bargas Season Ticket Services Manager

Lisa Burke Director of Revenue Operations

Octavia Chambers

Isaac Ciula

Brian Conkle

Director of Equity & Inclusion

Assistant Controller

Computer Support Manager


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TRAIL BLAZERS STAFF

Jeff Curtain

Danny Connors

Alex Cooper

Amy Corbett

Pat Cummins

High School Scouting Coordinator

Motion Graphics Designer

Senior Director of Partnerships

Technology Systems Specialist

John Dobbertin

Jimmy Donovan

Scout

Group Experience Manager

Riley Danford

Patti DeCourcey

Jack Dellert

Sales Manager

Corporate Partnership Business Assistant

Mascot Coordinator

Director of Broadcasting

Wyndell Durham

Dan Eastham

Bruce Ely

Sarah Espinosa

Preston Fawcett

Practice Facility Security Agent

Season Ticket Services Manager

Photographer

Season Ticket Services Manager

Assistant Scouting Coordinator

Rebecca Felch

Meggie Finn

Laura Flynn

Jazmyn Foster

Jake Fox

Executive Assistant to the President

Director of Fan Development

Director of Premium Service

Receptionist

Basketball Operations Assistant

Matt Gardner

Ryan Gibson

McKenzie Griffin

Aaron Grossman

Garrett Guinn

Director of Customer Experience and Advertising

Premium Sales Manager

Group Experience Manager

Director of Content

Editor

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TRAIL BLAZERS STAFF

Dan Hall Senior Partnership Marketing Manager

June Hall

Coren Halperin

Anne Hancock

Beth Hancock

Senior Paralegal

Staff Accountant

Receptionist

Executive Assistant

Nicole Hargrave

Heather Harris

Kevin Hart

Mike Hettick

Business and Research Manager

Group Experience Manager

Practice Facility Operations Assistant

Sales Manager

Michael Horne

Casey Holdahl

Geri Holden

Trail Blazers Insider

Payroll Manager

Heavyn Jackson

Anna Jesse Colasuonno

Basketball Operations Assistant

Season Ticket Services Manager

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Seth Hoiland Ticket Sales Manager

Dan Hyatt

Joe Isse

Graphic Designer

Television Producer

Director of Inside Sales

Kyle Johnston

Pam Juranas Zwolak

Group Experience Manager

Premium Service Manager

Andrew Kastenbaum Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Tracy Katigbak

McKenzie King

Annie Klug

Andrew Knitser

Anna Krichevsky

Sales Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Director of Community Programs

Partnership Marketing Manager

Partnership Marketing Specialist


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TRAIL BLAZERS STAFF

Sarah Kussin

Nick Lamb

Brooke LaSalle

Abi Lawal

Donovan Le

Partnership Marketing Specialist

Director of Season Ticket Services

Season Ticket Services Manager

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Network Systems Manager

Joe Lee

Keri Lockhart

David Long

Rebecca Lynch

Luis Magallanes

Basketball Applications Developer

Ticketing Manager

Digital Marketing Manager

Season Ticket Services Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

India March

Nate Markham

Koji Matsumoto

Brian Matzat

Brand Strategy Production Coordinator

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Motion Graphics/3D Designer

Director of Digital Innovation

Cameron McAlees Esports Operations Manager

Hannah McBride

Collin McCall

Kyle McGowan

Rachel McGrew

Alexis McKinney

Partnership Marketing Manager

Director of Corporate Partnership Sales

Ticket Sales Manager

Premium Sales Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

RD Miller

Mario Milosevic

Corey Messineo Senior Ticket Sales Manager

Alexa Miles Community Programs Coordinator

Practice Facility Security Agent

Art Director

Brent Misfeldt National Sales and Media Traffic Manager

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TRAIL BLAZERS STAFF

Justin Molter

Cheryl Mueller

Studio Operations Specialist

Assistant Director of Ticket Operations

Eli Murray

Shadee Musa

Assistant Equipment Manager

Database Marketing Manager

Natalie Nishitani Social Responsibility Coordinator

Kevin Oberding

Tokunbo Okedara

Billie Olson

Lauren Oyadomari

Partnership Marketing Manager

Lou Pallotta

Practice Facility Operations Assistant Manager

Director of Creative Services

Group Experience Manager

Telecommunications Manager

Heather Pease

Drew Peterson

Austin Potts

Ticketing Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Isabelle Pangares

Rich Patterson

Ticket Services Assistant

Radio Producer/Network Coordinator

Partnership Marketing Manager

Todd Ricksger

Jim Riley

Travis Rockey

Adom Rolette

Rhonda Rosemus

Senior Director of Ticket Sales and Service

Practice Facility Security Agent

Application Developer

Ticket Sales Manager

Executive Assistant

John Ross

Mason Ross

Paul Rothschild

Kelsie Ryon

Melissa Sabac

Personnel Video Coordinator

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Director of Group Experience

Web Designer

Season Ticket Services Manager

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TRAIL BLAZERS STAFF

Chico Salas-Lopez

Dane Sawyer

Chase Sbicca

Dan Scheinman

Michelle Schoonover

Practice Facility Operations Manager

Senior Producer

Director of Revenue Programs

Sales Manager

Accounts Payable Coordinator

Mike Schumacher

Todd Shanks

Director of Business Analytics

Team Security Manager

Bridget Sheehan Executive Assistant

Genevieve Sheridan

Alejandra Sheilds

Youth Engagement Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Stan Shields

Russel Sims

Willen Sin

Toni Smith

Ann Sousley

Season Ticket Services Manager

Practice Facility Operations Assistant

Manager of Game Operations & Events

Office Manager

Controller

Lori Spencer

Audrey Spencer-Alvarado

Sean Sullivan

Shawni Sullivan

Internal Ticketing Director

Senior Strategy Analyst

Director of Partnership Marketing

Senior Project Manager

Justin Souvannasane Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

Taylor Thomason Director of Premium Sales

Alex Timberlake

Lexi Tauber

Zach Twitchell

Kevin Tyner

Senior Premium Service Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

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TRAIL BLAZERS STAFF

Kate Vaughn

Molly Velbeck

Adam Ward

P&C Talent Acquisition Manager

Ticket Sales Manager

Kerry Watkins

Digital Content Specialist

Director of Outside Sales

Bruce Williams

Shiina Yasuhara Graphic Designer

Technical Manager

Tylor Yi

Blake Wehling Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

NOT PICTURED Brandon Bateman, Practice Facility Security Agent Zach Cooper, Video Analyst/Player Development Dan Durfee, Practice Facility Security Agent Jamal Gross, Video Specialist/Player Development Jasmine Joel, Massage Therapist Courtney Parks, Partnership Marketing Specialist Horacio Pena, Fan Development Coordinator Adam Swail, Practice Facility Security Agent Justin Walters, Practice Facility Security Agent Sidney Watson, Practice Facility Security Agent

Corporate Ticket Sales Manager

ROSE QUARTER STAFF Shanna Benfiet

Michael Betts

Carpenter

Security Shift Supervisor

Booking & Event Development Manager

Erika Eidem Chavez Cortez

Heidi Bradfish

Justin Brady

Calvin Brennan

Jason Burgess

P&C Director

Production Manager

Guest Experience Manager

Technical Services Technician

Colin Chiles Event Services Staff Supervisor

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Bruce Batterson

Melissa Corraro

Tom Duffy

Event Manager

Maintenance Supervisor

Kerry Emert Conversion Lead

Staff Accountant

Richard Fedesco Assistant General Manager Venue


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ROSE QUARTER STAFF

Courtney Gifford

Tim Halloran

Deric Hamilton

Richard Hance

Shaun Haney

Event Manager

Senior Ticket Operations Manager

Facility Security Agent

Maintenance Technician

Production Manager

Monica Hathaway

Jeff Hobbs

David Holmes

Ken Jones

Justin Kauffman

Staff Accountant Accounts Payable

Senior Security Shift Supervisor

Operations Manager

Housekeeping Manager

Apprentice Engineer

Robert Lawrence

Daniel Lee

Beth Lindsey

Guest Experience Coordinator

Engineer

Executive Assistant

Carlotta King Facility Services Coordinator

Dana Landis Event Sales Administrator

Jack Lindsey

Gabe Martinez

Matt Mason

Christina McGimsey

Josh McLaughlin

Director of Facility Operations

Housekeeping Manager

Senior Manager of Production & Technical Services

Ticket Operations Manager

Facility Security Agent

Kevin Merlet

Ted Miller

Advertising Strategy Manager

Louis Money

Gabriel Montez

Security Reception

Engineer

Parking Manager

Robert Moon Technical Services Technician

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ROSE QUARTER STAFF

Dell O’Neal

DeeDee Owen

Justin Pierson

Moses Poon

Jeff Pottratz

Director of Environmental Services

Director of Finance

Event Manager

Payroll Specialist

Carpenter

Sandie Quella

Aaron Shapiro

Scott Sisson

Havah Smith

Ticket Operations Manager

Guest Experience Director

Assistant General Manager of Facility Operations

P&C Learning & Development Specialist

Alli Stangel

Jared Stark

Teresa Starr

Tyrone Stillwell

Director of Events

Lead Engineer

Director of Ticket Operations

Event Services Staff Supervisor

Roy Thomas

Lauren Todd

Electrician

Guest Experience Manager

Conor Urion Painter

Katy Smith P&C Coordinator

Cody Tassin Facility Safety and Security Manager

Brad VanDyke

Jose Varela

Ticket Operations Manager

Apprentice Engineer

NOT PICTURED Steve Barfield, Conversion Supervisor Sean DiGregorio , Facility Security Agent Hayden Evans, Facility Security Agent Krista Homer, Facility Security Agent AJ Jones, Security Shift Supervisor Matt Messier, Engineer John Wallace

Sean Young

Howard Zuckerman

Director of Facility Services

Senior Manager of ESS / Conversions

Director of Booking

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GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER ROSTER

NO. 24 33 16 44 *6 5 17 0 9 3 27 1 43 2 21

NAME Kent Bazemore Zach Collins Pau Gasol Mario Hezonja Jaylen Hoard Rodney Hood Skal Labissière Damian Lillard Nassir Little CJ McCollum Jusuf Nurkić Anfernee Simons Anthony Tolliver Gary Trent Jr. Hassan Whiteside

POS. G/F F/C F/C F F G/F F/C G F G C G F G C

HT. 6-5 7-0 7-0 6-8 6-9 6-8 6-11 6-3 6-6 6-3 7-0 6-4 6-8 6-6 7-1

WT. 200 250 250 220 220 205 235 195 220 190 290 190 245 205 265

BORN 7/1/89 11/19/97 7/6/80 2/25/95 3/30/99 10/20/92 3/18/96 7/15/90 2/11/00 9/19/91 8/23/94 6/8/99 6/1/85 1/18/99 6/13/89

YRS. 7 2 18 4 R 5 3 7 R 6 5 1 11 1 7

PRIOR TO NBA/ HOME COUNTRY Old Dominion/USA Gonzaga/USA FC Barcelona/Spain FC Barcelona / Croatia Wake Forest/France Duke/USA Kentucky/Haiti Weber State/USA North Carolina/USA Lehigh/USA Cedevita Zagreb/Bosnia and Herzegovina

IMG Academy/USA Creighton/USA Duke/USA Marshall/USA

*Player on a two-way contract

HEAD COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terry Stotts (Oklahoma) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nate Tibbetts (South Dakota) ASSISTANT COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dale Osbourne (South Alabama) ASSISTANT COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Moran (William & Mary) ASSISTANT COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John McCullough (Oklahoma) ASSISTANT COACH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jannero Pargo (Arkansas) DIRECTOR OF PLAYER HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jesse Elis (North Dakota) HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Geoff Clark (Oregon State) ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER/PHYSICAL THERAPIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jessica Cohen (Northwestern) PHYSICAL THERAPIST/SPORTS SCIENTIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Logan Sullivan (Northern Arizona) SPORTS PERFORMANCE SPECIALIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd Forcier (Washington State) SPORTS PERFORMANCE SPECIALIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ben Kenyon (Adelphi University) VIDEO COORDINATOR/PLAYER DEVELOPMENT COACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jonathan Yim (UC Irvine)

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LILLARD, DAMIAN SIMONS, ANFERNEE TRENT JR., GARY MCCOLLUM, CJ HOOD, RODNEY

6 9 16 17 21

HOARD, JAYLEN LITTLE, NASSIR GASOL, PAU LABISSIÈRE, SKAL WHITESIDE, HASSAN

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BAZEMORE, KENT NURKIĆ, JUSUF COLLINS, ZACH TOLLIVER, ANTHONY HEZONJA,MARIO trailblazers.com

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PLAYER PROFILES

24 KENT BAZEMORE GUARD / FORWARD / 6’5” / 200 lbs. BIRTHDATE July 1, 1989 BIRTHPLACE Kelford, N.C. HIGH SCHOOL Bertie (Windsor, N.C.) COLLEGE Old Dominion NBA EXPERIENCE Seven seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS None

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 32 (twice, last Atlanta vs. Indiana, 12/26/18) REBOUNDS 13 (Atlanta vs. Orlando, 2/8/16) ASSISTS 8 (three times, last Atlanta vs. Denver, 12/8/18)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Acquired by the Trail Blazers on June 24, 2019 in exchange for Evan Turner. Went undrafted in the 2012 NBA Draft before signing a multi-year contract with Golden State.

2018-19 Appeared in 67 games (35 starts) for Atlanta, averaging 11.6 points (40.2% FG, 32.0% 3-PT, 72.6% FT), 3.9 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 1.33 steals and 24.5 minutes … Ranked 29th in the NBA in steals per game … Scored in double figures 37 times, including 10 games of 20-plus points and two games of 30-plus … Scored a career-high 32 points against Dallas on Oct. 24 on 12-of22 shooting from the field (3-11 3-PT, 5-6 FT) to go with three rebounds, seven assists and three steals … Scored 32 points (14-25 FG, 4-9 3-PT) again against Indiana on Dec. 26 to go with one rebound, four assists, two steals and one block … Compiled 21 points (7-12 FG, 3-5 3-PT, 4-4 FT), a season-high five steals, three assists and one block at the L.A. Lakers on Nov. 11 … Knocked down a season-high five three-pointers against Phoenix on Feb. 23, finishing with 23 points, five rebounds, two steals and one block … Missed 14 games with a right ankle sprain and one game with a left adductor strain.

NBA CAREER In seven seasons with Golden State, the L.A. Lakers and Atlanta, holds career averages of 8.7 points (41.9% FG, 35.2% 3-PT, 71.9% FT), 3.1 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.01 steals and 20.7 minutes in 483 games (257 starts) … 2017-18: Averaged 12.9 points (42.0% FG, 39.4% 3-PT, 79.6% FT), 3.8 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 1.54 steals and 27.5 minutes in 65 games (all starts) for Atlanta, setting single-season career highs in points per game, assists per game, steals per game, three-point percentage and free throws made (160) … Ranked 14th in the NBA in steals per game and 39th in three-point percentage … Scored in double figures 45 times, including 10 games of 20-plus points … Scored a career-high 29 points (10-16 FG, 5-7 3-PT, 4-5 FT) to go with three rebounds, two steals and one block against Golden State on March 2 … Hit a career-high six three-pointers at Cleveland on Dec. 12, finishing with 20 points (7-13 FG, 6-10 3-PT), eight rebounds, five assists, two steals and two blocks … Knocked down a career-high 10 free throws against Milwaukee on Oct. 29, on his way to 15 points, six assists, two rebounds and two steals… Missed 15 games with a right knee bone bruise … 2016-17: Averaged 11.0 points (40.9% FG, 34.6% 3-PT, 70.8% FT), 3.2 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.25 steals, and 26.9 minutes in 73 games (64 starts) for Atlanta … Scored in double figures 40 times, including seven 20-point efforts … Ranked third on the team in steals per game and three-

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pointers made (92), fourth in assists per game and fifth in points per game … Tied for 34th in the NBA in steals per game … 2015-16: Played in 75 games (68 starts) for Atlanta, averaging 11.6 points (44.1% FG, 35.7% 3-PT, 81.5% FT) 5.1 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 1.31 steals and 27.8 minutes … Scored in double figures 41 times, including 11 games of 20-plus points … Ranked 35th in the NBA in steals per game … Had four double digit rebounding games and one double-double … Had 28 points, five rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block against Miami on Dec. 14 … Logged his first career double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds at Detroit on March 16 … Missed five games due to a right ankle sprain and one game with a right knee bone bruise … 2014-15: In his first season with Atlanta, averaged 5.2 points (42.6% FG, 36.4% 3-PT, 60.0% FT), 3.0 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 17.6 minutes in 75 games (10 starts) … Scored in double figures 15 times, including one 20-point outing … Recorded 20 points (7-14 FG, 3-7 3-PT, 3-4 FT), five rebounds, two assists and one steal at Charlotte on March 28 … 2013-14: Split time between Golden State and the L.A. Lakers, appearing in 67 games (15 starts) and averaging 6.0 points (42.9% FG, 33.6% 3-PT, 60.6% FT), 1.7 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 13.6 minutes … Traded from Golden State to the L.A. Lakers along with MarShon Brooks and a TPE in exchange for Steve Blake … Scored in double figures 22 times, including three games of 20 or more points … WITH L.A. LAKERS: In 23 games (15 starts) with the Lakers, averaged 13.1 points (45.1% FG, 37.1% 3-PT, 64.4% FT), 3.4 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 1.35 steals and 28.0 minutes … WITH GOLDEN STATE: Appeared in 44 games, posting averages of 2.3 points (37.1% FG, 25.6% 3-PT, 52.8% FT), 0.8 rebounds, 0.5 assists and 6.1 minutes … 2012-13: As a rookie with Golden State, averaged 2.0 points (37.1% FG, 29.4% 3-PT, 61.4% FT), 0.4 rebounds, 0.4 assists and 4.4 minutes in 61 games … Scored in double figures twice … Made his NBA debut at the L.A. Lakers on Nov. 9, finishing with two rebounds, two blocks and one assist in six minutes … Scored his first NBA points at Orlando on Dec. 14, finishing with two points in one minute of action … Scored 14 points (5-6 FG, 2-2 3-PT, 2-2 FT) to go with one rebound and one steal against Chicago on March 15.

PLAYOFFS Has played in 41 career playoff games (12 starts) across four postseasons with Atlanta and Golden State, averaging 6.5 points (37.9% FG, 25.4% 3-PT, 64.8% FT), 3.6 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 19.4 minutes … 2017: Recorded 9.8 points (39.6% FG, 29.2% 3-PT, 71.4% FT), 3.8 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 25.1 minutes in Atlanta’s six-game first round series against Washington … Tallied 16 points, seven assists, four rebounds and three steals in Game 4 against Washington on April 24 … 2016: Started all 10 playoff games for the Hawks in 2016, averaging 11.9


BAZEMORE points (36.4% FG, 26.2% 3-PT, 68.2% FT), 6.6 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.50 steals and 32.5 minutes … Scored in double figures six times, including two 20-point games … Scored a postseason career-high 23 points, adding eight rebounds, two blocks and one steal in Game 1 of the first round series against Boston on April 16 … Recorded his first career playoff double-double with 16 points and a postseason career-high 12 rebounds while adding four assists and two steals in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals at Cleveland on May 2 … 2015: Saw action in all 16 postseason games (two starts) for Atlanta in 2015, averaging 5.4 points (42.3% FG, 21.4% 3-PT, 67.7% FT), 3.3 rebounds and 19.0 minutes while scoring in double figures four times … Averaged 10.8 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.00 steal and 26.4 minutes in four games against Cleveland in the Eastern Conference Finals … 2013: Appeared in nine playoff games with the Warriors in 2013 and compiled two points, five rebounds, two assists and a steal in 16 total minutes.

COLLEGE Appeared in a school-record 140 games (starting 103) in four years (2008-12) at Old Dominion, finishing with career numbers of 10.1 points (44.7% FG, 58.1% FT), 4.6 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.8 steals in 26.3 minutes … Named the Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year as both a junior and senior … Ranks second on the conference’s all-time steals list (250) … Part of the winningest class in school history, earning 101 career wins, two conference titles and the inaugural CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) title … In his final season (2011-12), put up 15.4 points (40.7% FG, 32.1% 3-PT, 63.2% FT), 6.1 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 2.1 steals and 31.5 minutes in 35 games (32 starts) … Won the Lefty Driesell Award as the nation’s top defender after his junior season (2010-11) while averaging 12.3 points (48.1% FG, 40.8% 3-PT, 66.2% FT), 5.1 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 2.2 steals and 30.7 minutes in 34 contests (33 starts) … As a sophomore (2009-10), tallied 8.4 points, 4.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.9 steals and 26.7 minutes while playing in 36 games (29 starts) … Saw action in 35 games as a freshman (2008-09), posting averages of 4.5 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.5 assists.

PERSONAL Full name is Kenneth Lamont Bazemore, Jr. and parents are Kenneth and Glynis Bazemore … Has a brother, WyKevin, who was a four-time All-CIAA performer at Winston-Salem State … Wife’s name is Samantha … Founded the ARMS Foundation, which aims to promote, motivate and inspire the next generation of leaders … Majored in human services and criminal justice at ODU … Favorite TV Show is “The Blacklist” while his favorite author is Vince Flynn … Named North Carolina Coastal Conference Player of the Year as a senior at Bertie High School and Roanoke-Chowan Player of the Year his final two years.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 12-13 Golden St. 13-14 GSW-LAL 14-15 Atlanta 15-16 Atlanta 16-17 Atlanta 17-18 Atlanta 18-19 Atlanta TOTALS

G-GS 61-0 67-15 75-10 75-68 73-64 65-65 67-35 483-257

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT 267 43 116 .371 10 34 .294 27 44 .614 5 17 22 911 147 343 .429 43 128 .336 66 109 .606 10 107 117 1324 141 331 .426 48 132 .364 60 100 .600 21 201 222 2083 320 725 .441 109 305 .357 123 151 .815 28 351 379 1963 295 721 .409 92 266 .346 119 168 .708 45 186 231 1789 284 676 .420 108 274 .394 160 201 .796 25 223 248 1643 278 691 .402 96 300 .320 127 175 .726 37 224 261 9980 1508 3603 .419 506 1439 .352 682 948 .719 171 1309 1480

AST 22 91 78 171 177 228 152 919

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 27-0 17 18 4 123 0.4 0.4 2.0 102-0 43 79 13 403 1.7 1.4 6.0 127-0 52 73 33 390 3.0 1.0 5.2 176-2 98 138 38 872 5.1 2.3 11.6 165-2 91 125 52 801 3.2 2.4 11.0 147-1 100 157 45 836 3.8 3.5 12.9 170-2 89 121 42 779 3.9 2.3 11.6 914-7 490 711 227 4204 3.1 1.9 8.7

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST .125 0 1 .000 0 4 .000 1 4 5 2 .423 6 28 .214 21 31 .677 3 50 53 13 .364 16 61 .262 15 22 .682 8 58 66 19 .396 7 24 .292 10 14 .714 4 19 23 20 .379 29 114 .254 46 71 .648 16 131 147 54

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 3-0 1 2 0 2 0.6 0.2 0.2 25- 11 11 9 87 3.3 0.8 5.4 14- 15 10 6 119 6.6 1.9 11.9 154 16 5 59 3.8 3.3 9.8 57- 31 39 20 267 3.6 1.3 6.5

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2013 Golden St. 2015 Atlanta 2016 Atlanta 2017 Atlanta TOTALS

G-GS 9-0 16-2 10-10 6-0 41-12

MIN FGM FGA 16 1 8 303 30 71 325 44 121 150 21 53 794 96 253

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PLAYER PROFILES

33 ZACH COLLINS FORWARD / CENTER / 7’ / 250 lbs. BIRTHDATE November 19, 1997 BIRTHPLACE Las Vegas, Nev. HIGH SCHOOL Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.) COLLEGE Gonzaga NBA EXPERIENCE Two seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS Two seasons

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 18 (vs. Memphis, 4/3/19) REBOUNDS 10 (twice, last vs. New York, 3/6/18) ASSISTS 4 (four times, last vs. New Orleans, 1/18/19)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Acquired in a draft-day trade from Sacramento in exchange for the draft rights to Justin Jackson and Harry Giles on June 22, 2017. Originally selected by Sacramento in the first round (10th pick overall) of the 2017 NBA Draft.

on March 3 … Scored in double figures in consecutive games three times, most recently on March 28 and March 30 … Had a career-high three blocks against Houston on Dec. 9 … Made two three-pointers in seven games.

2018-19 In his second season, averaged 6.6 points (47.3% FG, 33.1% 3-PT,

Trail Blazers, posting averages of 6.9 points (46.8% FG, 28.6% 3-PT, 79.3% FT), 3.5 rebounds, 1.0 assist, 1.20 blocks and 17.2 minutes in 20 games … 2019: Appeared in all 16 games during Portland’s run to the Western Conference Finals, posting averages of 6.8 points (50.6% FG, 33.3% 3-PT, 80.0% FT), 3.6 rebounds, 0.9 assists, 1.38 blocks and 17.2 minutes … Scored a postseason career-high 14 points in Game 5 of the Western Conference Semifinals against Denver on May 7 … Scored 14 points again to go with four rebounds and five blocks in Game 6 on May 9 … 2018: Played in four game for the Trail Blazers, averaging 7.0 points (36.7% FG, 21.4% 3-PT, 75.0% FT), 3.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 17.5 minutes … Recorded eight points, two rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in his first career playoff game against New Orleans on April 14 … Had postseason highs of 12 points and five rebounds in Game 2 against New Orleans on April 17.

74.6% FT), 4.2 rebounds, 0.9 assists 0.86 blocks and 17.6 minutes in 77 games … Led the Trail Blazers in scoring once and rebounding six times … Scored in double figures in 19 games … Recorded six points, six rebounds and a careerhigh six blocks in Portland’s season-opening win against the Lakers on Oct. 18 … Reached double figures in three straight games from Oct. 25 to Oct. 29 … Had 17 points on perfect 7-of-7 shooting from the field (2-2 3-PT, 1-1 FT) to go with six rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block at Orlando on Oct. 25, becoming one of two players in team history to record at least 17 points off the bench without missing a shot from the field or the foul line … Scored 17 points again at Indiana on Oct. 29 to go with three rebounds, three assists and one block … Had 10 points and nine rebounds against the Clippers on Nov. 8 … Recorded 16 points, nine rebounds, four assists, one steal and one block against Chicago on Jan. 9 … Scored a career-high 18 points (7-10 FG, 2-2 3-PT, 2-4 FT) to go with six rebounds and one block against Memphis on April 3 … Recorded 12 points, eight rebounds and four blocks at New Orleans on March 15.

NBA CAREER In two seasons with the Trail Blazers, holds career averages of 5.6 points (44.1% FG, 32.1% 3-PT, 72.0% FT), 3.8 rebounds, 0.9 assists, 0.68 blocks and 16.8 minutes in 143 games (one start) … 2017-18:In his rookie season with the Trail Blazers, posted averages of 4.4 points (39.8% FG, 31.0% 3-PT, 64.3% FT), 3.3 rebounds, 0.8 assists, 0.26 steals, 0.47 blocks and 15.8 minutes in 66 games (one start) … Led the team in rebounding twice … Scored in double figures seven times … Had career highs of 15 points (7-10 FG, 1-1 FT) and four assists to go with two rebounds against the LA Clippers on March 30 … Posted nine points and seven rebounds at Golden State on Dec. 11 … Had his first career start at Miami on Dec. 13, recording nine points, three rebounds and one block … Pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds at Charlotte on Dec. 16 and again against New York on March 6 … Posted 11 points (4-6 FG, 1-2 3-PT, 2-4 FT), six rebounds, three assists and two blocks at the Lakers on Dec. 23 … Recorded 12 points, five rebounds and two blocks against Oklahoma City

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PLAYOFFS Made the postseason in each of his first two seasons with the

COLLEGE Played one season at Gonzaga in 2016-17, averaging 10.0 points (65.2% FG, 47.6% 3-PT, 74.3% FT), 5.9 rebounds, 1.77 blocks and 17.3 minutes in 39 games … Named to the WCC All-Conference Second Team as well as the WCC AllFreshman Team in his lone season for the Bulldogs … Reached double-digit scoring 20 times … Led the West Coast Conference in shooting percentage and blocked shots … Guided Gonzaga to its first NCAA Championship Game in school history … Recorded 14 points, 13 rebounds and six blocks against South Carolina in the Final Four … Averaged 9.0 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.00 blocks during the 2017 NCAA Tournament.

PERSONAL Son of Heather and Michael Collins … Appeared in six games (all starts) for the Trail Blazers in the 2018 NBA Summer League, posting averages of 8.0 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists, 2.67 blocks and 23.6 minutes … Played for the Trail Blazers during the 2017 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, averaging 6.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, 0.7 assists, 2.00 blocks, 2.00 steals and 23.3 minutes in three games (three starts) … Has one sister, Taylor … Father, Michael, played basketball for New Mexico State before sustaining a career-ending injury during his freshman season.


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NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 17-18 Portland 18-19 Portland TOTALS

— 3-Pt. FG — G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. 66-1 1046 115 289 .398 35 113 .310 2742 .643 45 77-0 1356 189 400 .473 40 121 .331 94 126 .746 143-1 2401 304 689 .441 75 234 .321 121 168 .720

–Rebounds– OFF DEF TOT AST 176 221 52 133 109 215 324 71 154 391 545 123

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 2 17 58 31 292 3.3 0.8 4.4 174-4 25 77 66 512 4.2 0.9 6.6 307-6 42 135 97 804 3.8 0.9 5.6

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST .367 3 14 .214 3 4 .750 3 9 12 6 .506 7 21 .333 20 25 .800 17 41 58 14 .468 10 35 .286 23 29 .793 20 50 70 20

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 10-0 3 2 2 28 3.0 1.5 7.0 54-0 7 20 21 109 3.6 0.9 6.8 64-0 10 22 23 137 3.5 1.0 6.9

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2018 Portland 2019 Portland TOTALS

G-GS 4-0 16-0 20-0

MIN FGM 70 11 275 41 244 52

FGA 30 81 111

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PLAYER PROFILES

16 PAU GASOL FORWARD / CENTER / 7’ / 250 lbs. BIRTHDATE July 6, 1980 BIRTHPLACE Barcelona, Spain NBA EXPERIENCE 18 seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS None

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 46 (Chicago vs. Milwaukee, 1/10/15) REBOUNDS 22 (twice, last LAL at NO, 3/29/10) ASSISTS 14 (Chicago vs. Portland, 2/27/16)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Signed as a free agent on July 25, 2019. Originally selected by Atlanta with the 3rd overall pick of the first round of the 2001 NBA Draft.

2018-19 Averaged 3.9 points (44.7% FG, 46.2% 3-PT, 70.0% FT), 4.6 rebounds an 1.7 assists in 30 games (six starts) with San Antonio and Milwaukee … Signed with Milwaukee on March 3... WITH MILWAUKEE: Played in three games with Milwaukee, averaging 1.3 points, 3.3 rebounds and 0.7 assists … Made his Bucks debut on March 4 at Phoenix … Missed 12 games with left ankle/ foot soreness … WITH SAN ANTONIO: In 27 games (six starts) with the Spurs, averaged 4.2 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.9 assists … Scored in double figures four times with San Antonio … Hauled in 10-plus rebounds twice … Logged one double-double … Missed 26 games with left foot soreness. NBA CAREER In 18 seasons with Memphis, the L.A. Lakers, Chicago, San Antonio and Milwaukee, holds career averages of 17.0 points (50.7% FG, 36.8% 3-PT, 75.3% FT), 9.2 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.58 blocks and 33.4 minutes in 1,226 games (1,150 starts) … Two-time NBA Champion (2009, 2010) … Is a six-time NBA All-Star and has been named to an All-NBA team four times … Was the 2002 NBA Rookie of the Year … One of four players in NBA history with at least 20,000 points, 10,000 rebounds, 3,500 assists and 1,500 blocks … Won the 2011-12 J. Walter Kennedy Citizen Award … 2017-18: Appeared in 77 games with the Spurs (63 starts), averaging 10.1 points (45.8% FG, 35.8% 3-PT, 75.6% FT), 8.0 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 1.03 blocks and 23.5 minutes … Scored in double figures 40 times, including four games with 20-plus points … Led the team in scoring four times, in rebounds 34 times, assists 24 times and blocks 23 times … Registered 16 double-doubles and one triple-double … Registered 15 games with five-or-more assists … Recorded his 10th career triple-double with 14 points (5-8 FG, 2-3 3-PT, 2-3 FT), 10 rebounds and 10 assists at Sacramento on Dec. 23 … Had 20 points (8-14 FG, 3-3 FT) and a season-high 17 rebounds to go with five assists and two blocks at Portland on Dec. 20 … Missed one game due to rest, one with right groin tightness, one game with a right wrist sprain, one game with a left knee bone bruise and one game with a right AC sprain … 201617: Started in 39 of his 64 games for the Spurs, averaging 12.3 points (50.2% FG, 53.8% 3-PT, 70.7% FT), 7.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 1.09 blocks and 25.4 minutes … Scored in double figures 42 times and logged 11 double-doubles … Led the team in rebounding 26 times and in blocks 17 times … Recorded 22 points (7-11 FG, 2-2

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3-PT, 6-9 FT) and nine rebounds vs. Sacramento on March 19 … Had 22 points on 9-of-9 shooting to go with nine rebounds and six assists in 25 minutes on Jan. 12 vs. the L.A. Lakers … Scored a season-high 24 points (10-17 FG, 4-7 FT) to go with nine rebounds, two assists and two blocks at Sacramento on Nov. 16 … Sat out three games due to rest … Missed 15 games with a fractured left fourth metacarpal … 2015-16: In 72 games (all starts) with Chicago, averaged 16.5 points (46.9% FG, 34.8% 3-PT, 79.2% FT), 11.0 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 2.03 blocks and 31.8 minutes … Was the only player in the NBA to average at least 15.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists … Ranked sixth in the NBA in rebounding and fifth in blocks … Was one of nine players in the NBA to average a double-double on the season … Led the Bulls in scoring 17 times, rebounding on 50 occasions and assists 19 times … posted 46 double-doubles … Scored in double figures 66 times, including 20 games with 20-ormore and two games with 30-plus points … Pulled down 10-plus rebounds in 48 games …Missed one game with a left hand sprain, four games with right knee swelling and three games due to rest … 2014-15: Played in 78 games (all starts) for Chicago, posting averages of 18.5 points (49.4% FG, 46.2% 3-PT, 80.3% FT), 11.8 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.88 blocks and 34.4 minutes … Ranked fourth in the NBA in rebounding, ninth in blocks and 20th in scoring … Led the league in double-doubles with a career-best 54 … At 34-years-old, he was the oldest player to lead the NBA in double-doubles since Patrick Ewing did so in 1996-97 … Earned his fifth All-Star Game appearance, and his first as a starter, where he tallied 10 points, 12 rebounds and two assists … Was a finalist for the Twyman/Stokes Teammate Award as wells as the NBA Sportsmanship Award … Led the Bulls in scoring 16 times, in rebounds 52 times and in assists three times … Registered 74 games with 10-plus points, 34 games with 20-plus, and one game with 40-plus points … Grabbed 10-plus rebounds 56 times … Scored a career-high 46 points and grabbed 18 rebounds against Milwaukee on Jan. 10 … Recorded 22 points and 20 rebounds versus Golden State on Dec. 6 … Sat out three games with a left calf strain and missed one game due to illness … 2013-14: Appeared in 60 games (all starts) with the L.A. Lakers, posting averages of 17.4 points (48.0% FG, 28.6% 3-PT, 73.6% FT), 9.7 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.53 blocks and 31.4 minutes … Notched 30 double-doubles … Had 29 games with 20-plus points … Became the sixth NBA player in history to have at least 16,000 points, 8,000 rebounds, 2,900 assists and 1,400 blocks for his career … Scored 20plus points in 10 consecutive games from Jan. 14 to Jan. 31 … Missed three games with an upper respiratory infection, seven games with a strained right groin and 12 games with vertigo … 2012-13: In 49 games (42 starts) with the L.A. Lakers,


26.7% 3-PT, 81.9% FT), 8.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.44 blocks and 36.7 minutes … Had a season-high 43 points to go with 11 rebounds at Golden State on Jan. 11 … 2006-07: In 59 games (all starts) with Memphis, averaged 20.8 points (53.8% FG, 27.3% 3-PT, 74.8% FT), 9.9 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 2.14 blocks and 36.1 minutes … Scored 20 or more points 36 times, including six games of 30-plus points … Had 10-plus rebounds 33 times and recorded 33 double-doubles … Led the Grizzlies in scoring 26 times, in rebounds 39 times, in blocks 38 times and in assists nine times … Finished eighth in the NBA in blocks and 11th in field goal percentage … Tied a franchise record and career high with eight blocks at Sacramento on Jan. 29 … Registered the second triple-double of his career with 17 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists at Utah on Jan. 24 … Missed the first 22 games of the season with a broken fifth metatarsal in his left foot … Missed one game with a hamstring injury … 2005-06: Started all 80 games he appeared in for Memphis, posting averages of 20.4 points (50.3% FG, 25.0% 3-PT, 68.9% FT), 8.9 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 1.91 blocks and 39.2 … Named to his first NBA All-Star Team as a reserve for the Western Conference … Totaled 40 games with 20-plus points, including 11 games with 30-plus points and one game with 40-plus points …Recorded 33 games with 10 or more rebounds … Had 33 double-doubles and one triple-double … Led Memphis in scoring 40 times, in rebounds 44 times, in assists 39 times and in blocks 49 times … Was named Western Conference Player of the Week for the weeks ending March 2 and March 26 … Ranked 19th in the NBA in scoring, 17th in rebounds and 13th in blocks … Scored 44 points against Oklahoma City on March 28 … Posted the first triple-double of his career with 21 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists at Oklahoma City on March 8 … 2004-05: In 56 games (53 starts), averaged 17.8 points (51.4% FG, 16.7% 3-PT, 76.8% FT), 7.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.66 blocks and 32.0 minutes … Posted 23 games with 20 or more points, two games with 30 or more points and 14 games with 10 or more rebounds … Recorded 14 double-doubles … Led the team in scoring 26 times, in rebounds 25 times, in assists twice and in blocks 30 times … Finished tied for 11th in the NBA in field goal percentage … Named the Western Conference Player of the Week on Jan. 2 … Had a season-high 34 points to go with 15 rebounds against Philadelphia on Dec. 3 … Missed 23 games with plantar fasciitis in his left foot and three games with a right ankle sprain … 2003-04: Appeared in 78 games (all starts) for Memphis, posting averages of 17.7 points (48.2% FG, 26.7% 3-PT, 71.4% FT), 7.7 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.69 blocks and 31.5 minutes … Scored in double figures in 76 games, including 27 games of 20-plus points and two games of 30-plus … Registered 24 games with 10-plus rebounds … Recorded 24 double-doubles … Led the team in scoring 35 times, in rebounds 36 times and in assists five times … Ranked 20th in the NBA in field goal percentage and 18th in blocks … Missed the first game of his career with a sore right foot on April 5, snapping a streak of 240 consecutive games played … Missed a total of four games … 2002-03: Started all 82 games for Memphis, posting averages of 19.0 points (51.0% FG, 73.6% FT), 8.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.80 blocks and 35.9 minutes … Ranked among league leaders in field goal percentage (ninth), double-doubles (10th), rebounds per game (12th), blocks (14th) and scoring (30th) … Scored in double figures 73 times, including 42 games of 20-plus points … Had 34 games of 10-plus rebounds … Recorded 32 double-doubles … Led the Grizzlies in scoring 45 times, in rebounds 34 times and assists twice … Played in the Rookie-Sophomore Challenge game during the 2003 NBA All-Star Weekend … 2001-02: Played in all 82 games (79 starts) for Memphis as a rookie, averaging 17.6 points (51.8% FG, 20.0% 3-PT, 70.9% FT), 8.9 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 2.06 blocks and 36.7 minutes … Won the NBA Rookie of the Year Award and was named to the All-Rookie First Team … Was the Western Conference Rookie of the Month for November, January and March … Led all rookies in scoring, rebounds, blocks, field goal percentae and blocks … Finished second among all rookies in minutes and was eight in assists … Led Memphis in scoring 37 times and in rebounding 43 times … Scored 20-plus points in 30 games, including three games of 30-plus points … Posted 10 or more rebounds in 39 trailblazers.com

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averaged 13.7 points (46.6% FG, 28.6% 3-PT, 70.2% FT), 8.6 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 1.24 blocks and 33.8 minutes … Recorded 15 double-doubles and two triple-doubles … Scored 20-plus points seven times … Grabbed 10-plus rebounds 16 times and 20plus rebounds once … Handed out 10 or more assists three times … Posted his sixth career triple-double with a season-high 26 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists vs. Golden State on April 12 … Had his seventh career triple-double with 17 points a season-high 20 rebounds and a season-high 11 assists against Houston on April 17 … Missed eight games with knee tendinitis, five games with a concussion and 20 games with a torn plantar fascia in his right foot … 2011-12: Started all 65 games he appeared in for the L.A. Lakers, posting averages of 17.4 points (50.1% FG, 25.9% 3-PT, 78.2% FT), 10.4 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.35 blocks and 37.4 minutes … Recorded 42 double-doubles and one triple-double … Scored 20-plus points 22 times, including one game with 30-plus points … Grabbed 10 or more rebounds 42 times … Handed out 10 or more assists twice … Ranked among league leaders in scoring (25th), rebounds (7th), field goal percentage (19th) and blocks (20th) … Recorded his fifth career triple-double with 22 points, 11 rebounds and a season-high 11 assists at Golden State on April 18 … Missed one game due to rest … 2010-11: Started all 82 games for the L.A. Lakers, averaging 18.8 points (52.9% FG, 33.3% 3-PT, 82.3% FT), 10.2 rebounds, 3.33 assists, 1.59 blocks and 37.0 minutes … Recorded 43 doubledoubles and one triple-double … Scored 30 or more points three times and 20 or more points 39 times … Grabbed 10-plus rebounds 45 times … Ranked among league leaders in scoring (23rd), rebounds (sixth), field goal percentage (12th) and blocks (14th) … Was selected All-NBA Second Team … Named a reserve to the Western Conference All-Star Team … Named Western Conference Player of the Week on Oct. 31 … Recorded his fourth career triple-double with 20 points, 14 rebounds and a season-high 10 assists vs. Portland on Nov. 7 …Scored a season-high 34 points to go with 10 rebounds at New Orleans on Feb. 5 … Posted 30 points and a season-high 20 rebounds at Cleveland on Feb. 16 … 2009-10: In 65 games (all starts) for the L.A. Lakers, averaged 18.3 points (53.6% FG, 79.0% FT), 11.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.74 blocks and 37.0 minutes … Posted 40 double-doubles … Totaled 30-plus points twice, 20-plus points 28 times and 10-plus rebounds 40 times … Named All-NBA Third Team … Selected as a Western Conference All-Star reserve for the third time in his career … Ranked among league leaders in field goal percentage (11th) and blocks (eighth) … Became the sixth player in NBA history to post at least 21 points, 19 rebounds, eight assists and five blocks in a single game vs. San Antonio on Feb. 8 … Had 26 points and a career-high tying 22 rebounds at New Orleans on March 29 … Missed 11 games with a right hamstring strain and six games with a strained left hamstring … 2008-09: Played in 81 games (all starts) for the L.A. Lakers, posting averages of 18.9 points (56.7% FG, 50.0% 3-PT, 78.1% FT), 9.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 1.00 block and 37.0 minutes … Named All-NBA Third Team … Selected to his second Western Conference All-Star Team as a reserve … ranked among league leaders in points (25th), rebounds (eighth), field goal percentage (fifth) and blocks (27th) … Posted 39 games of 20 or more points, including six games with at least 30 points … Recorded 38 games with 10 or more rebounds and one game with double-digit assists … Posted 37 double-doubles and one triple double … Led the Lakers in scoring 13 times, rebounding 43 times and assists 19 times … Posted his third career triple-double with 12 points, 13 rebounds and a season-high 10 assists vs. Atlanta on Feb. 17 … Named the Wester Conference Player of the Week on Feb. 8 and again on Feb. 22 … Named Western Conference Player of the Month for February … Missed one game with strep throat … 2007-08: In 66 games (all starts) with Memphis and the L.A. Lakers, averaged 18.9 points (53.4% FG, 25.0% 3-PT, 80.7% FT), 8.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.48 blocks and 35.6 minutes … Ranked 13th in the NBA in field goal percentage … Posted 24 games with 20 or more points, four games with 30 or more points and one game with 40-plus points … Logged 25 games with 10 or more rebounds … Recorded 25 double-doubles …Missed one game with a sore back and nine games with a sprained left ankle … Acquired by the Lakers from Memphis along with a 2010 second round pick in exchange for Kwame Brown, Javaris Crittenton, Aaron McKie, the draft rights to Marc Gasol, two first round draft picks and cash on Feb. 1 … WITH L.A. LAKERS: In 27 games (all starts), averaged 18.8 points (58.9% FG, 78.9% FT), 7.8 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 1.56 blocks and 34.0 minutes … Recorded 24 points (10-15 FG) and 12 rebounds in his Lakers debut at Brooklyn on Feb. 5 … WITH MEMPHIS: In 39 games (all starts), averaged 18.9 points (50.1% FG,


games … Recorded 35 double-doubles … Scored a season-high 32 points to go with 14 rebounds against Houston on April 5 … Had 27 points in his first career start at Phoenix on Nov. 6 … Recorded four points, four rebounds, one assist and one block against Detroit in his NBA debut on Nov. 1.

PLAYOFFS In 12 postseason appearances, which includes two NBA Championships, has played in 136 playoff games (122 starts), posting averages of 15.4 points (50.8% FG, 29.7% 3-PT, 74.1% FT), 9.2 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.71 blocks and 35.5 minutes … 2019: Did not play during Milwaukee’s postseason run while recovering from surgery on his left foot … 2018: Appeared in all five of San Antonio’s playoff games against Golden State and averaged 6.0 points, 4.8 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 18.0 minutes per game … 2017: Appeared in 16 games (seven starts) with the Spurs in the playoffs, averaging 7.7 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists … Recorded a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds in Game 3 against Golden State in the Western Conference Finals … 2015: Averaged 14.4 points, 9.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 10 games (all starts) during the Bulls’ playoff run … Recorded five double-doubles in six games against Milwaukee in the first round … Missed Games 4 and 5 against Cleveland in the Easter Conference Semifinals with a left hamstring injury … 2013: Averaged 14.0 points, 11.5 rebounds and 6.5 assists in four first round games (all starts) against San Antonio with the Lakers … Recorded a triple-double of 11 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists in Game 3 of the first round series against San Antonio … 2012: Played and started all 12 of the Lakers’ playoff games, averaging 12.5 points, 9.5 rebounds and 3.7 assists … Recorded 14 points, 16 rebounds, two assists and three blocks in Game 7 of the first round series against Denver on May 12 … 2011: Averaged 13.1 points, 7.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 10 playoff games (all starts) with the Lakers … 2010: Helped lead the Lakers to their second consecutive NBA Championship, posting averages of 19.6 points, 11.1 rebounds and 3.5 assists over 23 games (all starts) … Averaged 18.6 points and 11.6 rebounds against Boston in the NBA Finals … Recorded 19 points, 18 rebounds, four assists and two blocks in Game 7 of the NBA Finals on June 17 … 2009: Averaged 18.3 points, 10.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists while leading the Lakers to an NBA Championship … Recorded 16 double-doubles in 23 games … Averaged 18.6 points and 9.2 rebounds against Orlando in the NBA Finals … 2008: In 21 playoff games (all starts) with the Lakers, averaged 16.9 points, 9.3 rebounds and 4.0 assists … Had 36 points, 16 rebounds, eight assists and three blocks in Game 1 against Denver on April 20 … Recorded three double-doubles against the Celtics in the NBA Finals … 2006: In four first round playoff games with against Dallas with Memphis, averaged 20.3 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 39.5 minutes per game … 2005: Averaged 21.3 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists in four first round games with the Grizzlies against Phoenix … Recorded 28 points, 16 rebounds and five assists in Game 2 at Phoenix on April 27 … 2004: In his first career postseason appearance, averaged 18.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists in four first round games with Memphis against San Antonio.

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INTERNATIONAL Was named the 2008, 2009 and 2010 European Player of the Year by La Gazzetta dello Sport … A two-time winner of the FIBA Europe Player of the Year award in 2008 and 2009 … Has been a member of the Spanish National Team since 2001 … Was Selected MVP of the 2006 FIBA Word Championships, as he led Spain to the Gold Medal … Guided Spain to Silver Medals in the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Olympics and a Bronze Medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics … Led Spain to its first-ever European gold medal at the 2009 Eurobasket Championships (MVP of tournament) and helped them repeat as champions again in 2011 and 2015 (MVP of tournament) … Helped guide Spain to a third-place finish at the 2017 Eurobasket Championships and was named to the All-Star Five … Prior to his NBA career, played three seasons with FC Barcelona (1998-2001) in the Spanish ACB League … Led Barcelona to the Spanish League championship in 1999 and 2001 and was named the Spanish League Finals MVP in 2001. PERSONAL Parents are Marisa, a physician, and father, Agusti, a hospital administrator … Has two younger brothers: Adria and Marc, the latter a center for the Toronto Raptors … Parents both played second-division basketball in Spain … Is an ambassador for Spain’s UNICEF Committee … In the summer of 2005, he visited South Africa with UNICEF as an ambassador in the fight against AIDS ... He traveled to Angola in the summer of 2007 with UNICEF, where he visited a children’s hospital and raised awareness for children with HIV and AIDS ... Pau has participated in UNICEF and the NBA’s “Unite For Children, Unite Against AIDS Campaign” since its inception in 2006 and he is also an ambassador for FAD and the Youth Association “Sonar Despierto” ... In 2009-10 and 2010-11, he participated in the Hoops for St. Jude program (monetary donation for every point scored) ... In March of 2010, he announced a partnership with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (involved in community outreach initiatives on behalf of the hospital and interactions with Orthopedic patients ... along with his brother, Marc, he took part in the NBA’s Basketball without Borders event in Barcelona in September of 2010.


SEASON/TEAM G-GS 01-02 Memphis 82-79 02-03 Memphis 82-82 03-04 Memphis 78-78 04-05 Memphis 56-53 05-06 Memphis 80-80 06-07 Memphis 59-59 07-08 Mem.-LAL 66-66 08-09 L.A. Lakers 81-81 09-10 L.A. Lakers 65-65 10-11 L.A. Lakers 82-82 11-12 L.A. Lakers 65-65 12-13 L.A. Lakers 49-42 13-14 L.A. Lakers 60-60 14-15 Chicago 78-78 15-16 Chicago 72-72 16-17 San Antonio 64-39 17-18 San Antonio 77-63 18-19 SAS-Mil. 30-6 TOTALS 1226-1150

MIN 3007 2948 2458 1790 3135 2133 2351 2999 2403 3037 2430 1655 1884 2681 2291 1627 1812 360 41001

FGM 551 56 506 357 600 462 475 592 452 593 459 270 425 570 467 303 287 42 7980

FGA 1064 1116 1049 695 1194 858 890 1045 844 1120 917 579 885 1153 995 604 627 94 15729

— 3-Pt. FG — PCT. FGM FGA PCT. .518 1 5 .200 .510 1 10 .100 .482 4 15 .267 .514 1 6 .167 .503 3 12 .250 .538 3 11 .273 .534 4 16 .250 .567 1 2 .500 .536 0 5 .000 .529 1 3 .333 .501 7 27 .259 .466 8 28 .286 .480 4 14 .286 .494 12 26 .462 .469 24 69 .348 .502 56 104 .538 .458 43 120 .358 .447 6 13 .462 .507 179 486 .368

FTM 338 416 365 282 425 299 292 343 286 354 204 125 187 294 229 130 158 28 4755

FTA 477 565 511 367 617 400 362 439 362 430 261 178 254 366 289 184 209 40 6311

PCT. .709 .736 .714 .768 .689 .748 .807 .781 .790 .823 .782 .702 .736 .803 .792 .707 .756 .700 .753

–Rebounds– OFF DEF TOT 238 492 730 192 528 720 206 394 600 130 280 410 191 522 713 149 432 581 155 398 553 262 518 780 243 491 734 268 568 836 183 495 678 111 310 421 124 456 580 220 699 919 155 638 793 107 394 501 129 490 619 22 115 137 3085 8220 11305

— Averages— AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 223 195-2 41 224 169 1441 8.9 2.7 17.6 229 220-3 34 213 148 1555 8.8 2.8 19.0 198 185-1 44 187 132 1381 7.7 2.5 17.7 135 146-1 37 137 93 997 7.3 2.4 17.8 371 184-1 46 235 153 1628 8.9 4.6 20.4 201 137-0 29 162 126 1226 9.8 3.4 20.8 211 139-0 30 124 98 1246 8.4 3.2 18.9 284 172-0 52 157 81 1528 9.6 3.5 18.9 218 152-0 37 143 113 1190 11.3 3.4 18.3 273 203-2 48 142 130 1541 10.2 3.3 18.8 237 127-0 37 142 88 1129 10.4 3.6 17.4 200 93-0 24 104 61 673 8.6 4.1 13.7 201 124-0 27 141 92 1041 9.7 3.4 17.4 210 147-0 25 158 147 1446 11.8 2.7 18.5 294 148-1 42 164 146 1187 11.0 4.1 16.5 150 110-0 24 81 70 792 7.8 2.3 12.4 238 121-0 24 108 79 775 8.0 3.1 10.1 52 29-0 5 16 15 118 4.6 1.7 3.9 3925 2632-11 606 2638 1941 20894 9.2 3.2 17.0

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS — 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– SEASON/TEAM G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST 2004 Memphis 4-4 134 28 49 .571 0 0 --- 18 20 .900 4 16 20 10 2005 Memphis 4-4 133 39 80 .488 1 1 1.000 6 12 .500 15 15 30 10 2006 Memphis 4-4 158 29 67 .433 0 1 .000 23 30 .767 4 23 27 12 2008 L.A. Lakers 21-21 836 141 266 .530 0 0 --- 72 104 .692 55 140 195 83 2009 L.A. Lakers 23-23 931 160 276 .580 0 0 --- 100 140 .714 68 181 249 58 2010 L.A. Lakers 23-23 913 165 306 .539 0 3 .000 120 158 .759 92 163 255 81 2011 L.A. Lakers 10-10 358 47 112 .420 1 2 .500 36 45 .800 32 46 78 38 2012 L.A. Lakers 12-12 444 62 143 .434 2 5 .400 24 29 .828 38 76 114 44 2013 L.A. Lakers 4-4 146 25 52 .481 0 0 --6 11 .545 7 39 46 26 2015 Chicago 10-10 317 56 115 .487 0 4 .000 32 42 .762 17 77 94 31 2017 San Antonio 16-7 365 50 114 .439 6 18 .333 17 24 .708 39 75 114 31 2018 San Antonio 5-0 90 10 20 .500 1 3 .333 9 10 .900 2 22 24 14 2019 Milwaukee DNP – Left Foot TOTALS 136-122 4825 812 1600 .508 11 37 .297 463 625 .741 373 873 1246 438

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 10-0 4 5 6 74 5.0 2.5 18.5 12-0 2 7 7 85 7.5 2.5 21.3 11-0 2 11 5 81 6.8 3.0 20.3 60-0 11 44 40 354 9.3 4.0 16.9 69-1 19 44 45 420 10.8 2.5 18.3 63-1 9 44 48 450 11.1 3.5 19.6 33-0 4 17 17 131 7.8 3.8 13.1 36-0 6 20 25 150 9.5 3.7 12.5 4-0 2 13 3 56 11.5 6.5 14.0 18-0 5 21 21 144 9.4 3.1 14.4 35-0 7 18 15 123 7.1 1.9 7.7 0 6 1 30 4.8 2.8 6.0 5-0 356-2

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G-GS 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 6-1

MIN FGM 14 0 17 5 20 5 24 8 26 5 15 3 116 26

FGA 3 7 9 13 7 7 46

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST .000 0 0 --0 0 --6 6 12 1 .714 0 0 --4 4 1.000 2 6 8 1 .557 0 0 --3 3 1.000 2 4 6 0 .615 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 6 1 7 2 .714 0 0 --0 0 --4 8 12 2 .429 0 1 .000 3 4 .750 1 6 7 1 .565 0 2 .000 11 13 .846 21 31 52 7

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 1-0 0 1 0 0 12.0 1.0 0.0 2-0 1 0 1 14 8.0 1.0 14.0 3-0 1 0 0 13 6.0 0.0 13.0 3-0 0 1 2 17 7.0 2.0 17.0 0-0 1 0 1 10 12.0 2.0 10.0 2-0 1 1 0 9 7.0 1.0 9.0 11-0 4 3 4 63 8.7 1.2 10.5

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PLAYER PROFILES

44 MARIO HEZONJA FORWARD / 6’8” / 220 lbs. BIRTHDATE February 25, 1995 BIRTHPLACE Dubrovnik, Croatia PRIOR TO NBA FC Barcelona NBA EXPERIENCE Four seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS None

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 30 (New York vs. Washington, 4/7/19) REBOUNDS 16 (Orlando vs. Detroit, 4/12/17) ASSISTS 11 (New York at Houston, 4/5/19)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Signed with the Trail Blazers as a free agent on July 3, 2019. Selected by Orlando with the fifth overall pick in the first round of the 2015 NBA Draft.

2018-19 In 58 games (24 starts) with New York, posted averages of 8.8 points (41.2% FG, 27.6% 3-PT, 76.3% FT), 4.1 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 0.98 steals and 20.8 minutes … Averaged career highs in rebounds and assists … Scored in double figures 25 times, including three games of 20-plus points and one game of 30-plus points … Recorded the first triple-double of his career at Houston on April 5, finishing with 16 points (6-11 FG, 4-6 FT) and career highs of 16 rebounds and 11 assists … Scored a career-high 30 points (12-21 FG, 3-6 3-PT, 3-4 FT) to go with six rebounds, five assists and two steals against Washington on April 7 … Had 29 points (11-22 FG, 1-5 3-PT, 6-6 FT), nine rebounds, five assists and two steals at Orlando on April 3 … Logged 17 points, five rebounds, one assist and five steals at Philadelphia on Nov. 28 … Connected on 4-of-5 three-pointers on the way to 23 points against Utah on March 20.

NBA CAREER In four seasons with New York and Orlando, has played in 277 games (65 starts), posting averages of 7.3 points (41.7% FG, 32.1% 3-PT, 81.1% FT), 3.0 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 0.75 steals and 18.9 minutes … 2017-18: Appeared in 75 games (30 starts) for Orlando, averaging a career-high 9.6 points (44.2% FG, 33.7% 3-PT, 81.9% FT), 3.8 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 1.08 steals and 22.1 minutes … Scored in double figures on 37 occasions, including six games of 20-plus points … Had three games of double-digit rebounds … Logged two double-doubles … Scored a season-high 28 points (10-18 FG, 8-12 3-PT) at Detroit on Dec. 17 … Eight three-pointers at Detroit on Dec. 17 represent a career high … Had a double-double of 21 points and 10 rebounds against Charlotte on Feb. 14 … Notched a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds against Cleveland on Jan. 6 … Scored 24 points to go with six rebounds, four steals and three blocks at Chicago on Feb. 12 … 2016-17: Played in 65 games (two starts) for Orlando, posting averages of 4.9 points (35.5% FG, 29.9% 3-PT, 80.0% FT), 2.3 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 14.8 minutes … Scored in double figures nine times … Had one game of 10-plus rebounds … Scored a season-high 13 points (5-15 FG, 2-7 3-PT, 1-1 FT) at Detroit on Oct. 28 … Matched his season high with 13 points at Cleveland on April 4 … Pulled down 11 rebounds to go with eight points and two steals against Detroit on April 12 … 2015-16: As a rookie in Orlando, appeared in 79 games (nine starts) while averaging 6.1 50

points (43.3% FG, 34.9% 3-PT, 90.7% FT), 2.2 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 17.9 minutes … Scored in double figures 21 times, including one game of 20-plus points … Made his NBA debut against Washington on Oct. 28, finishing with 11 points (4-9 FG, 3-5 3-PT), three rebounds and two assists … Scored a season-high 21 points (9-17 FG, 3-7 3-PT) to go with five rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block against Chicago on March 2 … Recorded 19 points, three rebounds, seven assists and five steals against Milwaukee on April 11 … Scored 14 points to go with a season-high nine rebounds and three assists at Atlanta on Feb. 8 …Played in the BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge at All-Star Weekend in Toronto, finishing with 19 points.

INTERNATIONAL Played three seasons with FC Barcelona of the Spanish ACB League, following four seasons in Croatia … 2014-15: Played in 31 regular season games, averaging 4.7 points and 14.7 minutes … Also played in 22 Euroleague contests, averaging 7.7 points in 16.5 minutes … 2013-14: Played in 20 ACB regular season contests, averaging 5.4 points … 2012-13: Played bulk of season with FC Barcelona’s second team in the Spanish LEB Gold League, averaging 14.5 points and 24.5 minutes.

NATIONAL TEAM Member of the Croatian Senior National Team that participated in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup and the 2016 Olympics (fifth place) … Helped lead the Croatian Junior Team to a gold medal at the 2012 U17 World Championship and bronze at both the 2011 U16 European Championship and 2011 U19 World Championship … Named MVP at the 2011 U16 European Championship after averaging 20.0 points and 8.2 rebounds. PERSONAL Born in Dubrovnik, Croatia … Likes playing soccer and water polo … Hosted basketball clinics throughout 2016 in Brazil, London and Central Florida … Favorite movies are the Bourne series and favorite television show is Family Guy … Favorite athlete growing up was Kobe Bryant.


HEZONJA

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 15-16 Orlando 16-17 Orlando 17-18 Orlando 18-19 New York TOTALS

G-GS 79-9 65-2 75-30 58-24 277-65

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT 1413 181 418 .433 67 192 .349 49 54 .907 28 148 176 960 117 330 .355 43 144 .299 40 50 .800 20 126 146 1657 273 617 .442 90 267 .337 86 105 .819 41 240 281 1206 191 464 .412 42 152 .276 87 114 .763 28 211 239 5236 762 1829 .417 242 755 .321 262 323 .811 117 725 842

AST 109 62 106 88 365

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 124-1 39 97 17 478 2.2 1.4 6.1 74-0 30 58 15 317 2.2 1.0 4.9 134-0 81 86 31 722 3.7 1.4 9.6 110-2 57 88 8 511 4.1 1.5 8.8 442-3 207 329 71 2028 3.0 1.3 7.3

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PLAYER PROFILES

5 RODNEY HOOD GUARD / FORWARD / 6’8” / 205 lbs. BIRTHDATE October 20, 1992 BIRTHPLACE Meridian, Miss. HIGH SCHOOL Meridian HS (Miss.) COLLEGE Duke NBA EXPERIENCE Five seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS One season

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 32 (Utah vs. Memphis, 1/2/16) REBOUNDS 8 (three times, last Utah at Sacramento, 1/17/18) ASSISTS 8 (Utah at Portland, 4/11/15)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Acquired from Cleveland in exchange for Wade Baldwin IV, Nik Stauskas and two future second-round draft picks on Feb. 4, 2019. Originally selected by Utah in the first round (23rd overall) of the 2014 NBA draft. 2018-19- In 72 games (49 starts) with Portland and Cleveland, averaged 11.2 points (43.5% FG, 35.6% 3-PT, 88.4% FT), 2.2 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 26.3 minutes … Scored in double figures 42 times, including eight games with 20plus points … Finished the season ranked 10th among league leaders in free throw percentage after shooting a career-high 88.4% from the free-throw-line … WITH PORTLAND: Averaged 9.6 points (45.2% FG, 34.5% 3-PT, 80.5% FT), 1.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 24.4 minutes in 27 games (four starts) after being acquired by the Trail Blazers on Feb. 4 … Led the Trail Blazers in scoring twice … Scored in double figures 11 times, including two games of 20-plus points … Scored a season-high 27 points (9-14 FG, 3-6 3-PT, 6-6 FT) to go with two assists and two steals at Charlotte on March 3 … Hood scored all 27 of his points in the second half at Charlotte on March 3, including 21 in the fourth quarter … Had 21 points, four rebounds, one assist and two steals at Minnesota on April 1 … Recorded 17 points and matched his season high of three steals at Denver on April 5 … Missed one game with a right hip injury… WITH CLEVELAND: Averaged 12.2 points (42.7% FG, 36.2% 3-PT, 91.2% FT), 2.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 27.4 minutes in 45 games (all starts) … Scored in double figures 31 times, including six games of 20-plus points … Reached double figures in a season-high seven straight games from Oct. 17 to Oct. 30 … Had 26 points (9-13 FG, 4-4 3-PT, 4-6 FT), one rebound, three assists and three steals against Cleveland on Oct. 30 … Scored 25 points, including a season-high five three-pointers (of seven), to go with four rebounds and one assist at Philadelphia on Nov. 23 … Logged 23 points and five rebounds against New York on Dec. 12 … Recorded 17 points and a season-high six boards at Indiana on Dec. 18. NBA CAREER In five seasons with Utah, Cleveland and Portland, holds career averages of 12.6 points (42.2% FG, 36.7% 3-PT, 84.1% FT), 2.8 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 0.77 steals and 27.2 minutes in 320 games (277 starts) … 2017-18: Played in 60 games (23 starts) with Utah and Cleveland, posting averages of 14.7 points (42.9% FG, 38.1% 3-PT, 86.0% FT), 2.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 26.9 minutes … Set career highs in field goal percentage and three-point percentage … Tied his career high mark at the foul line … Scored in double figures 46 times,

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including 11 games with 20-plus points and three games with at least 30 points … WITH CLEVELAND: Averaged 10.8 points (44.2% FG), 2.6 rebounds and 25.3 minutes in 21 games (11 starts) with the Cavaliers … Scored his 3,000th career point in his first game with Cleveland during a win at Boston on Feb. 11, finishing with 15 points on 6-of-11 shooting (3-6 3-PT) to go with three rebounds … Led or tied for the Cavaliers team lead in steals and blocks three times … WITH UTAH: Played in 39 games (12 starts), averaging 16.8 (42.4% FG, 38.9% 3-PT, 87.6% FT) and 2.8 rebounds in 27.8 minutes … Made a career-high nine free throws vs. Philadelphia on Nov. 7 … Scored a season-high 31 points and made a season-high seven three-pointers at Orlando on Nov. 18 … Pulled down a season-high eight rebounds to go with 25 points and two steals in 31 minutes off the bench at Sacramento on Jan. 17 … Scored 30 points on 12-of-14 shooting in 27 minutes off the bench against New Orleans on Feb. 5 … Scored in double digits in 12 straight games from Nov. 3 to Nov. 25, averaging 19.0 points over that span … 2016-17: Appeared in 59 games (55 starts) for Utah, averaging 12.7 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 27.0 minutes … Scored 10-plus points 37 times, including 20-or-more 10 times … Led Utah in scoring in seven games and assists three times … Utah was 21-8 when he shot 40.0% or better from the three-point line and 20-6 when he recorded 15-plus points … Scored a season-high 28 points to go with four rebounds and two steals at Sacramento on March 5 … Registered 15 points, including the game-winning three-pointer, against Dallas on Dec. 16 … Had 27 points, including 7-of-8 shooting from the three-point line, against Detroit on Jan. 13 … Missed 23 games due to injury or illness … 2015-16: Appeared in 79 game (all starts) for the Jazz, averaging 14.5 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 32.2 minutes … Hit eight of nine three-point attempts and went 11-for-13 in a 30-point first half against the Lakers on March 28 … His eight threes in a game tied a franchise record while his eight first half threes broke Randy Foye’s record of seven set on March 30, 2013 against Brooklyn … Scored 25-plus points in six games, 20-or-more points in 15 games and 15-plus points on 37 occasions … Recorded a career-high 32 points and a career-high-tying eight rebounds against Memphis on Jan. 2 … Played in the Rising Stars Challenge at NBA All-Star Weekend in Toronto, finishing with 11 points, three rebounds, three assists and one steal … 2014-15: Played in 50 games (21 starts) for the Jazz as a rookie, averaging 8.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 21.3 minutes … Posted 20-plus points in five games … Logged 25 points, four steals and three rebounds at Sacramento on April 5 … Had 21 points and a career-high eight assists at Portland on April 11 … Had 21 points, four assists and a career-high eight rebounds against Sacramento on April 8 … Named NBA Western Conference Rookie of the Month in April.


PLAYOFFS Has played in 44 playoff games (one start) in three postseasons with Portland, Cleveland and Utah, posting averages of 7.9 points (41.6% FG, 28.0% 3-PT, 75.7% FT), 2.2 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 20.7 minutes … 2019: Played in all 16 games during Portland’s run to the Western Conference Finals, posting averages of 9.9 points (46.8% FG, 35.3% 3-PT, 81.8% FT), 2.3 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 23.3 minutes … Averaged 14.7 points on 57.6% shooting from the field and 50.0% shooting from the three-point line against Denver in the Western Conference Semifinals … Scored a postseason career-high 25 points (8-12 FG, 3-4 3-PT, 6-9 FT) to go with four rebounds in Game 6 of the Western Conference Semifinals against Denver … 2018: Averaged 5.4 points and 1.8 rebounds in 17 games (one start) during Cleveland’s NBA Finals run … Scored 15 points on 7-of-11 shooting and added six rebounds and one block in Game 3 of The Finals against Golden State on June 6 … 2017: Appeared in 11 games for the Jazz, posting averages of 8.9 points, 2.7 rebounds and 25.2 minutes … Scored a postseason career-high 18 points in Game 4 of the First Round against the Clippers on April 23.

PERSONAL Full name is Rodney Michael Hood … Born and raised in Meridian, Mississippi … Married to Richa and has three children – Rodney Jr. and twins Riley and Rick … Son of Vicky and Ricky and has a brother and sister … Says his dad and his older brother are the biggest influences in his life … Hosts free basketball camps for more than 250 kids at various gyms across Meridian, Miss. In the summer … His brother, Ricky Jr., and sister, Whitney, played basketball at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga … Both of his parents played basketball at Mississippi state from 1978-80.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 14-15 Utah 15-16 Utah 16-17 Utah 17-18 Utah-Cle. 18-19 Cle-Port. TOTALS

G-GS 50-21 79-79 59-55 60-23 72-49 320-227

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT 1064 155 374 .414 62 170 .365 61 80 .763 9 108 117 2541 408 972 .420 161 449 .359 172 200 .860 38 229 267 1593 272 666 .408 114 307 .371 90 115 .783 16 186 202 1616 322 751 .429 127 333 .381 111 129 .860 22 143 165 1893 292 671 .435 84 236 .356 137 155 .884 25 132 157 8707 1449 3434 .422 548 1495 .367 571 679 .841 110 798 908

AST 83 213 96 95 126 613

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 119-0 30 45 12 433 2.3 1.7 8.7 202-3 73 125 16 1149 3.4 2.7 14.5 132-0 38 65 11 748 3.4 1.6 12.7 105-0 45 70 12 882 2.8 1.6 14.7 146-0 59 55 12 805 2.2 1.8 11.2 704-3 245 360 63 4017 2.8 1.9 12.6

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST .352 13 50 .260 11 18 .611 1 29 30 12 .424 4 24 .167 9 12 .750 7 24 31 18 .468 18 51 .353 36 44 .818 9 29 36 14 .416 35 125 .280 56 74 .757 17 80 97 44

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 30-0 5 10 0 98 2.7 1.1 8.9 30-0 5 13 4 91 1.8 1.1 5.4 28-0 6 7 3 158 2.3 0.9 9.9 88-0 16 30 7 347 2.2 1.0 7.9

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2017 Utah 2018 Cleveland 2019 Portland TOTALS

G-GS 11-0 17-1 16-0 44-1

MIN FGM FGA 277 37 105 260 39 92 373 52 111 910 128 308

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COLLEGE Spent two seasons at Duke University (2012-14) after transferring from Mississippi State (2011-12) … Became just the fourth player to transfer to Duke under coach Mike Krzyzewski … Appeared in 35 games (33 starts) and averaged 16.1 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 32.9 minutes … In one season at Mississippi State (2011-12), averaged 10.3 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 32.8 minutes over 32 games (29 starts) … 2013-14: Appeared in 35 games for Duke (33 starts) … Selected as a team captain … Earned a spot on the All-ACC Second Team after averaging 16.1 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.1 assists while shooting 46.4% from the field and 42.0% from the three-point line … Scored 20-plus points in 10 games … 2012-13: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules after arriving at Duke from Mississippi State … 2011-12: Played in 32 of 33 games (29 starts) as a freshman at Mississippi State … Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team after averaging 10.3 points, 4.8 rebounds and 2.0 assists.


PLAYER PROFILES

17 SKAL LABISSIÉRE FORWARD / CENTER / 6’11” / 235 lbs. BIRTHDATE March 18, 1996 BIRTHPLACE Port-au-Prince, Haiti HIGH SCHOOL Lausanne Collegiate (Memphis, Tenn.) COLLEGE Kentucky NBA EXPERIENCE Three seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS One season

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 32 (Sacramento at Phoenix, 3/15/17) REBOUNDS 15 (last, Portland vs. Sacramento, 4/10/19) ASSISTS 8 (Sacramento at Golden State, 3/24/17)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Acquired in a trade with the Sacramento Kings on February 7, 2019 in exchange for Caleb Swanigan. Originally selected by Phoenix in the first round (28th overall) of the 2016 NBA Draft. 2018-19 Averaged 3.0 points (53.1% FG, 46.2% 3-PT, 52.9% FT), 2.0 rebounds, 0.5 assists and 8.0 minutes in 22 games (one start) with Sacramento and Portland … WITH PORTLAND: In nine games (one start), averaged 3.4 points (68.4% FG, 100% 3-PT, 50.0% FT), 2.1 rebounds, 0.6 assists and 7.0 minutes … Scored a season-high 29 points (12-17 FG, 2-2 3-PT, 3-4 FT) against Sacramento on April 10 while matching his career high with 15 rebounds … Added one assist, two steals and one block against Sacramento on April 10 … WITH SACRAMENTO: Appeared in 13 games for the Kings, averaging 2.8 points (43.3% FG, 36.4% 3-PT, 54.5% FT), 1.8 rebounds, 0.5 assists and 8.7 minutes … Scored nine points (3-6 FG, 2-3 3-PT, 1-4 FT) to go with five rebounds, one assist and one block at Minnesota on Dec. 17 … Had six points and four rebounds at Atlanta on Nov. 1. NBA CAREER In three seasons with Sacramento and Portland, holds career averages of 7.6 points (48.0% FG, 37.5% 3-PT, 74.6% FT), 4.3 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 17.6 minutes in 115 games (41 starts) … 2017-18: Playing for the Kings, averaged 8.7 points (44.8% FG, 35.3% 3-PT, 80.5% FT), 4.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 20.7 minutes in 60 games (29 starts) … Scored in double figures 24 times and scored 20-plus points in two outings … Collected 10-plus rebounds in four games and 15 or more rebounds once … Totaled three double-doubles … Led the team in scoring four times, rebounds seven times and assists one time … Scored 19 points (5-10 FG, 9-10 FT) at New York on Nov. 11 … Had 17 points and a career-high 15 rebounds vs. Charlotte on Jan. 2 … Had a season-high 23 points on 10-of-15 shooting at Charlotte on Jan. 22 … Had 15 points and five rebounds at Golden State on March 16 while matching a career high with three three-pointers … Missed 22 games … 2016-17: As a rookie in Sacramento, averaged 8.8 points (53.7% FG, 37.5% 3-PT, 70.3% FT), 4.9 rebounds, 0.8 assists and 18.5 minutes in 33 games (12 starts) … Ranked ninth in points per game and fourth in rebounds per game among qualified rookies … Scored in double digits 14 times, scored 20-plus points twice and scored 30-plus points once … Secured 10-plus rebounds in three contests … Led the team in scoring three times, rebounds four times, and assists once … Recorded eight points and 13 54

rebounds versus Charlotte on Feb. 25 … Set a career-high with four blocks and added 11 points and seven rebounds in a win vs. Orlando on March 13 … Scored a careerhigh 32 points (11-15 FG, 1-1 3-PT, 9-11 FT), including 21 points in the fourth quarter, to go with 11 rebounds at Phoenix on March 15 … Logged 10 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists at Golden State on March 24 … Had 25 points (10-12 FG, 5-6 FT) and two steals versus Houston on April 9 … Was inactive for 21 games and sat out 24 games due to coach’s decision.

PLAYOFFS Appeared in three games during Portland’s run to the 2019 Western Conference Finals, scoring two points in 11 total minutes. COLLEGE As a freshman at Kentucky during the 2015-16 season, averaged 6.6 points (51.6% FG, 66.1% FT), 3.1 rebounds and 15.8 minutes in 36 games (18 starts) … Was selected SEC Freshman of the Week on two occasions … Ranked in the top 10 in blocks per game among all SEC Players … Posted 12 points on 6-of-10 shooting with six blocks in his NCAA Tournament debut vs. Stony Brook … Led the team with six blocks as UK broke the NCAA Tournament with 15 total blocks in that game … Six blocks vs. Stony Brook tied for the second-most by a Wildcat in an NCAA Tournament game. PERSONAL Son of Lesly and Ema Labissiere … Born on March 18, 1996 … Has a brother Eliott, and a sister, Mallya … Chose Kentucky over North Carolina, Georgetown, Baylor, Tennessee and Memphis … His biggest influences in life are his parents, as well as his American family … Lists coming to the States and winning an MVP award at one of his first All-American camps as his most memorable basketball moment.


LABISSIÉRE

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 16-17 Sacramento 17-18 Sacramento 18-19 Sac-Port TOTALS

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST 33-12 612 117 218 .537 3 8 .375 52 74 .703 51 111 162 27 60-28 1240 205 458 .448 18 51 .353 95 118 .805 99 189 288 72 22-1 176 26 49 .531 6 13 .462 9 17 .529 9 34 43 11 115-41 2028 348 725 .480 27 72 .375 156 209 .746 159 334 493 110

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 64-1 16 37 13 289 4.9 0.8 8.8 132-0 25 73 49 523 4.8 1.2 8.7 29-0 5 11 6 67 2.0 0.5 3.0 225-1 46 121 68 879 4.3 1.0 7.6

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2019 Portland TOTALS

G-GS 3-0 3-0

MIN FGM 11 1 11 1

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST 4 .250 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 4 .250 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 1-0 0 0 0 2 0.0 0.0 0.7 1-0 0 0 0 2 0.0 0.0 0.7

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PLAYER PROFILES

0 DAMIAN LILLARD GUARD / 6’3” / 195 lbs. BIRTHDATE July 15, 1990 BIRTHPLACE Oakland, Calif. HIGH SCHOOL Oakland HS (Calif.) COLLEGE Weber State NBA EXPERIENCE Seven seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS Seven seasons

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 59 (vs. Utah, 4/8/17) REBOUNDS 18 (at L.A. Clippers, 3/4/15) ASSISTS 16 (at Sacramento, 12/20/16)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Selected by Portland in the first round (sixth pick overall) of the 2012 NBA Draft. 2018-19 In 80 games (all starts), averaged 25.8 points (44.4% FG, 36.9% 3-PT, 91.2% FT), 4.6 rebounds, 6.9 assists, 1.10 steals, 0.43 blocks and 35.5 minutes … Named All-NBA Second Team...Averaged career highs in assists and blocks … Had career highs in total points (2,067), assists (551), field goals (681), three-pointers (237) and blocks (34) … His 237 three-pointers broke his own franchise record for threes in a season … His 2,067 points mark the fourth-highest total in a season in team history … Became the first player in franchise history to record 2,000-plus points and 500-plus assists in a season … Led the team in scoring 50 times, rebounds four times and assists 55 times … Recorded 13 double-doubles … Scored 20-plus points 61 times, 30plus points 27 times and 40-plus points six times … His 27 games of 30-plus points were tied for the sixth-most in the NBA and matched the most such games he has had in a season in his career … Had at least 30 points and 10 assists in six games, tied for the fourth-most in the league … Ranked ninth in scoring, 12th in assists, third in free throw percentage and sixth in minutes per game among league leaders while having the fifth-most points, eighthmost three-pointers, fourth-most free throws and ninth-most assists in the league … Named Western Conference Player of the Week for the week ending March 31 after averaging 25.3 points, 5.8 rebounds and 7.3 assists in leading Portland to a 3-1 week … Selected as an All-Star for the fourth time in his career and had 18 points, six rebounds and five assists for Team LeBron … Passed LaMarcus Aldridge for second on the all-time franchise scoring list with 24 points at New Orleans on March 15 … Scored 51 points (15-28 FG, 3-10 3-PT, 1820 FT) to go with five rebounds, nine assists, one steal and two blocks against Oklahoma City on March 7, marking the fifth game of 50-plus points in his career … His 18 free throws were a career high … Had 30 points and 15 assists against Indiana on March 18, becoming the first player in franchise history to have at least 30 points and 15 assists in a game … Recorded 33 points and 12 assists the next game against Dallas on March 20, joining Rod Strickland as the only two players in franchise history with at least 30 points and 10 assists in consecutive games … Scored at least 30 points in three straight games from March 16 to March 20 … Had 41 points (13-22 FG, 10-15 3-PT, 5-7 FT), eight rebounds, four assists and two steals against Orlando on Nov. 28 … His 10 three-pointers set a franchise record for threes in a game … Seven

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of his three-pointers came in the third quarter, setting a new franchise record for three-pointers in a quarter … Had 41 points at Orlando on Oct. 25, including 34 in the second half, setting a new team record for points in a half … Scored 42 points to go with seven rebounds and six assists at Miami on Oct. 27, becoming the second player in franchise history to have 40-plus points in consecutive games … Scored at least 20 points in a season-high nine straight games from Jan. 11 to Jan. 30 … Made a game-winning three-pointer with 6.0 seconds remaining in overtime to defeat the Warriors, 110-109, in Oakland on Dec. 27 … Missed one game with a right knee injury and one game due to rest.

NBA CAREER In seven seasons with the Trail Blazers, holds averages of 25.8 points (43.4% FG, 36.8% 3-PT, 88.9% FT), 4.2 rebounds, 6.3 assists, 0.97 steals and 36.3 minutes in 549 games (all starts) … Is the third player in NBA history with 1,500 points and 400 assists in each of his first seven seasons, joining LeBron James and Oscar Robertson … The franchise leader in 3-pointers made with 1,506 and is the first Trail Blazer to eclipse 1,500 3-pointers … Ranks second on Portland’s all-time list in points (12,909), fourth in assists (3,479), second in free throws (2,849) and third in field goals (4,277) … Has been named an All-Star four times and received All-NBA honors three times … 2017-18: Averaged 26.9 points (43.9% FG, 36.1% 3-PT, 91.6% FT), 4.5 rebounds, 6.6 assists, 1.05 steals and 36.6 minutes in 73 games (all starts) … Named to the All-NBA First Team, joining Clyde Drexler (1991-92) and Bill Walton (1977-78) as the only players in Portland history to receive the honor … Finished fourth in MVP voting … Lillard’s 26.9 scoring average was the fourthhighest in team history … His 227 three-pointers were the second-most in a season in team history … His 493 free throws were a career high and the second-most in a season in team history … Led the team in scoring 51 times, rebounds three times and assists 62 times … Was second on the team with 11 double-doubles … Finished the season tied for fourth in the NBA in scoring, tied for 10th in assists, third in free throw percentage, third in free throws made, sixth in three-pointers made and fifth in minutes played … Scored at least 30 points in 25 games, the fifth-most in the NBA … Received Western Conference Player of the Week honors three times, for the weeks ending Jan. 22, March 12 and April 2 … Selected as an All-Star for the third time in his career and scored 21 points for Team Stephen … Recorded the highestscoring 10-game span in team history with 354 points from Feb. 9 to March 6 … Is the second player in NBA history to make 100 three-pointers in each of his first six seasons … On Feb. 2 became the seventh Portland player to reach 10,000 points, and was the fastest to do so (441 games) … One of eight players in league history with


player in NBA history to make 150+ three-pointers in each of his first three NBA seasons ... Set career-highs in points (43) and field goals made (16) at San Antonio on Dec. 19 ... Grabbed a career-best 18 rebounds against the Clippers on Mar. 4, becoming the first Trail Blazer with 15+ rebounds since Clyde Drexler had 17 in 1994 ... Became the first player since LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony (2004-06) to have 4,000 points and 1,200 assists in his first 200 career games … 2013-14: Finished the season averaging 20.7 points (42.4% FG, 39.4% 3-PT, 87.1% FT), along with 3.5 rebounds, 5.6 assists, 0.78 steals and 35.8 minutes in 82 games (all starts) … Named to the All-NBA Third Team … Finished the season ranked third in the NBA in 3-point field goals made (218), eighth in free throw percentage (87.1%), 16th in the league in scoring (20.7) and tied for 22nd in assists (5.6) … The 218 3-pointers made in 2013-14 are the most 3-pointers made by a Portland player in franchise history in a single season … Joined Geoff Petrie and Sidney Wicks as the only Trail Blazers to score 3,000 points in their first 150 NBA games, and is the seventh NBA player since 2002 to achieve the feat (K. Irving, B. Griffin, K. Durant, L. James, D. Wade, C. Anthony) … Second in the NBA in fourth-quarter scoring (466), only behind Kevin Durant (531) … Named to the 2014 Western Conference All-Star Team for the first time … Participated in five All-Star Weekend events (Rising Stars Challenge, Skills Challenge, Three-Point Contest, Slam Dunk, NBA All-Star Game), winning the Skills Challenge for the second consecutive year … In Detroit on Dec. 15, made a fadeaway jumper at the buzzer to beat the Pistons … Two nights later, made a 3-pointer from the top of the arc just before the buzzer to beat the Cavaliers in Cleveland 119-116 … Scored a career-high 41 points (13-24 FG, 7-13 3-PT, 8-8 FT) and added seven rebounds and four assists against Sacramento on Jan. 7 … He joined Clyde Drexler as the only Portland players to ever record 38 points, 11 assists and four 3-pointers in a game … Led the team in scoring 26 times and in assists 40 times … 2012-13: 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 Griffin (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 finish 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 field goals in a season, breaking Damon Stoudamire’s record of 181 in 2004-05 … Became the first 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), field goals (553) and free throws (271) … Earned 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 … Became the first Trail Blazer to win an event at NBA All-Star Weekend, winning the Taco Bell Skills Challenge … Participated in the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge during All-Star weekend and finished with 18 points, three rebounds and five assists in a game-high 28 minutes … In the season opener vs. the L.A. Lakers on Oct. 31, joined O=scar 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 first game since Jason Kidd (11) in 1994, and the most by a Trail Blazer in his NBA debut, all-time … Became the first 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 15 field goals and a Trail Blazers rookie-record seven 3-pointers Jan. 11 at Golden State, where he finished with 37 points, six rebounds and four assists. trailblazers.com

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10,000 points and 2,500 assists in their first six seasons (James/Jordan/Archibald/ Maravich/Bing/Robertson) … Made 64 consecutive free throws from March 12 to March 20, marking the longest streak of consecutive free throws in franchise history … Scored at least 20 points in 19 straight games from Feb. 8 to March 27 … Scored 50 points (16-26 FG, 8-13 3-PT, 10-10 FT) in 29 minutes at Sacramento on Feb. 9, becoming the third player in NBA history to score 50-plus points in less than 30 minutes (McCollum, K. Thompson) … Recorded 44 points (14-25 FG, 4-11 3-PT, 12-12 FT) and eight assists against Golden State on Feb. 14 … Poured in 19 of his 40 points (13-27 FG, 3-11 3-PT, 11-11 FT) in the fourth quarter at Phoenix on Feb. 24 … Scored 20 of his 41 points (18-33 FG, 3-9 3-PT, 2-2 FT) in the final period against the Pelicans on March 27 … Tallied 36 points (10-18 FG, 1-5 3-PT, 15-15 FT), 13 assists and five rebounds against Oklahoma City on Nov. 5 … Had 33 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists at Utah on Nov. 1 … Again flirted with a triple-double against Orlando on Nov. 15, finishing with 26 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists … Was the only player in the NBA to score at least 39 points in three straight games during the 2017-18 season, doing so from Feb. 9 to Feb. 14 … 2016-17: Averaged a career-high 27.0 points (44.4% FG, 37.0% 3-PT, 89.5% FT) and 4.9 rebounds to go with 5.9 assists, 0.91 steals and 35.9 minutes in 75 games (all starts) … Lillard’s 27.0 ppg is the second-best scoring average in franchise history (27.2 – Drexler in 1988-89) … His 214 3-pointers are the third-most in franchise history (Lillard has first and second) … His 2,024 points are the fifth-most in a season in team history … Ranked sixth in the NBA in scoring, 20th in assists, seventh in free throw percentage and ninth in minutes … Ranked ninth in the NBA with 59 games of 20-plus points … Scored 59 points (18-34 FG, 9-14 3-PT) vs. Utah on April 8, setting a new franchise record for points in a game … Named NBA Western Conference Player of the Month for March … With eight games of 30-plus points in March, became the first player in Trail Blazers history to record eight games of 30-plus points in a calendar month … His 465 points in March set a new franchise record for points scored in the month, passing Clyde Drexler’s 438 points in March of 1989 ... Earned his third career NBA Western Conference Player of the Week award for the week ending March 19 after averaging 35.3 points for the week … Scored 49 points on 14-of-21 shooting (9-12 3-PT) at Miami on March 19 … His 49 points were the most by any NBA player on 21 field goal attempts or fewer since Amar’e Stoudemire in 2008 ... Scored 25+ points in eight straight games from Mar. 11 to Mar. 23, tied for the third-longest streak in franchise history ... Reached 500 points in his first 18 games of the season, making him the fastest player to 500 points in any season in franchise history ... Became the second player in NBA history to make at least 1,000 3-pointers in his first five seasons (K. Thompson) ... Dished out a career-high 15 assists at Sacramento on Dec. 20 ... On Nov. 23 at Cleveland, became the first Trail Blazer to record at least 40 points, seven rebounds and 11 assists in a game since Clyde Drexler (3/15/92 at Bos.) ... Scored at least 30 points in six of his first 10 games, making him the only player in team history to do so … 2015-16: Led the Trail Blazers with 25.1 points (41.9% FG, 37.5% 3-PT, 89.2% FT) and 6.8 assists to go with 4.0 rebounds, 0.9 steals and 35.7 minutes in 75 games (all starts) … Named All-NBA Second Team …Became the first Trail Blazer to rank among the NBA’s top 10 in points (sixth) and assists (t-eighth) in the same season … His 229 3-pointers broke his own franchise record for a single season and ranked fourth in the NBA … Tied the team record with nine 3-pointers on Feb. 19 vs. Golden State … In same game against the Warriors on Feb. 19, scored 51 points and had no turnovers … Also scored 50 points March 3 at Toronto, joining Geoff Petrie as only Trail Blazers with multiple 50-point contests … Tallied 24 games of 30 points or more, tied for third-most in team history … Scored at least 30 points in five consecutive games from Feb. 8-23, making him the first Trail Blazer to accomplish that since Geoff Petrie did so in Portland’s inaugural season … Missed the first game of his career Dec. 21 at Atlanta, halting a streak of 275 consecutive games played that ranks third in team history … 2014-15: Finished the season averaging 21.0 points (43.4% FG, 34.3% 3-PT, 86.4% FT), along with 4.6 rebounds, 6.2 assists and 35.7 minutes in 82 games (all starts) … Ranked 13th in the NBA in points (21.0), tied for 15th in assists (6.2) and sixth in 3-pointers (196) … Became first NBA player to start all 82 games in each of his first three seasons with the same team since Mike Bibby (1998-2001) … Became the fourth Trail Blazer to be named an All-Star twice in his first three seasons (Lucas, 3; Wicks, 3; Roy, 2) ... Named the Western Conference Player of the Week for the week ending on Nov. 16 ... Became the first


PLAYER PROFILES PLAYOFFS Holds averages of 24.8 points (40.6% FG, 35.3% 3-PT, 87.0% FT), 4.6 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 1.25 steals and 40.6 minutes in 51 career playoff games (all starts) in six postseasons … Ranks first in 3-pointers (151), fourth in points scored (1,266), third in assists (302), fourth in free throws made (289), fourth in field goals made (413) and fourth in free throw attempts (332) among all-time franchise postseason leaders … Has scored 30 or more points 15 times in his postseason career, the most in Trail Blazers history … Scored at least 14 points in each of his first 19 career postseason games, making him one of 14 players in NBA history and the only Trail Blazer ever to accomplish that feat … 2019: Led the Trail Blazers to the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2000, posting averages of 26.9 points (41.8% FG, 37.3% 3-PT, 83.3% FT), 4.8 rebounds, 6.6 assists, 1.69 steals and 40.6 minutes in 16 games (all starts) … Averaged 33.0 points in five games against Oklahoma City in the first round, marking the highest scoring average for a playoff series in franchise history … Scored a Trail Blazers postseason-record 50 points (17-33 FG, 10-18 3-PT, 6-8 FT) in Game 5 of the first round series against the Thunder on April 23, including a series-clinching three-pointer from 37 feet as time expired … His 10 three-pointers in Game 5 marked the second-most three-pointers in a playoff game in league history (11, Klay Thompson) … Scored 39 points in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals against Denver on April 29 … Recorded a double-double of 28 points and 12 assists in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against Golden State on May 20 … 2018: In four games (all starts) against New Orleans in the first round, averaged 18.5 points (35.2% FG, 30.0% 3-PT, 88.2% FT), 4.5 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 1.25 steals and 40.6 minutes … Scored in double figures in all four games, including 20 points in Game 3 on April 19 … Recorded 18 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in Game 1 on April 14 … 2017: Averaged 27.8 points (43.3% FG, 28.1% 3-PT, 96.0% FT), 4.5 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.25 steals and 37.8 minutes in four games (all starts) … Scoring average of 27.8 points per game is the third highest by a Trail Blazer in a single postseason … Scored in double figures in all four games, including three games with at least 30 points … Shot 96.0% (24-of-25) from the free throw line for the postseason, the second best free throw percentage for a single postseason in franchise history … Averaged 32.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists in Portland’s two home games … Recorded 34 points, five rebounds and three assists in Game 1 of the first round series against Golden State on April 16 … Scored 34 points again in Game 4 on April 24 to go along with one rebound and six assists … 2016: In 11 postseason games (all starts), averaged 26.5 points (36.8% FG, 39.3% 3-PT, 91.0% FT) to go along with 4.3 rebounds, 6.3 assists and 1.27 steals in 39.7 minutes … Connected on 42 three-point field goals in his 11 postseason games, setting a new franchise playoff record for the most threes by any Trail Blazer in a single postseason (40-Porter, 1990) … Scored in double figures in all 11 games, including nine games with at least 20 points … Averaged 31.8 points in five games against Golden State in the Western Conference Semifinals, marking the highest scoring average all-time by any Trail Blazer in a playoff series … Recorded 40 points (14-27 FG, 8-13 3-PT) and 10 assists in Game 3 against the Warriors on May 7, making him the first Trail Blazer (and eighth player in NBA postseason history) to record 40+ points and 10+ assists in a postseason game since Clyde Drexler (4/29/92 at LAL) … Also made eight three-pointers in that contest to set a new franchise postseason record for threes made in a single game (7-McCollum, 4/29/15) … Dished out 10 assists in Game 3 and Game 4 against Golden State, making him the first Trail Blazer since Damon Stoudamire in 1998 to record 10+ assists in back-to-back postseason games … 2015: Produced 21.6 points (40.6% FG, 16.1% 3-PT, 78.1% FT), 4.6 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 40.2 minutes in five games (all starts) against Memphis … Scored 32 points on 12-of-23 shooting (7-7 FT), and dished out seven assists in Portland’s 99-92 victory over Memphis in Game 4 on April 27 … Averaged 25.3 points on 49.1% shooting (29-59 FG) over his final three postseason games ... 2014: Averaged 22.9 points (43.9% FG, 38.6% 3PT, 89.4% 58

FT), 5.1 rebounds, 6.5 assists, 1.00 steal and 42.3 minutes in 11 starts vs. Houston and San Antonio … Led the team in scoring twice, rebounds once and assists eight times during the postseason … Hit the go-ahead, series-clinching 3-pointer with 0.9 seconds remaining to lift Portland over Houston in Game 6 of the first round, sending the Trail Blazers to the Western Conference Semifinals for the first time since 2000 … His buzzer-beater was the first series-clinching shot since John Stockton in 1997 … Tallied 31 points, nine rebounds and five assists in Portland’s Game 1 win at Houston, becoming the first NBA player with 31-plus points and 9-plus rebounds in his first career playoff game since LeBron James.

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 fifth 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 first player in Big Sky Conference history to be named to an All-American team ... Was also 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 singleseason average in Weber State 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 … 2009-10: Named the 2009-10 Big Sky Conference MVP and earned First Team All-Conference honors for a second year in a row ... Earned Honorable Mention All-American honors by the Associated Press … 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 All-Conference First Team … Became the first freshman to earn All-Conference First Team honors since Rodney Stuckey of Eastern Washington in 2006, and the first true freshman in Big Sky history to earn First Team honors. NATIONAL TEAM A finalist for the United States Men’s National Team roster that competed at the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain, Lilllard appeared in two games for Team USA in the run-up to the competition, averaging 3.5 points (3-8 FG), 1.5 assists, 1.5 rebounds and 13.0 minutes in appearances vs. Brazil and the Dominican Republic in August of 2014.

PERSONAL Full name is Damian Lamonte Ollie Lillard ... Parents are Houston and Gina ... Won the 2018-19 J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award, as administered and selected by the Professional Basketball Writers Association (PBWA), for showing outstanding service and dedication to the community … Received the 2016-17 Magic Johnson Award from the PBWA for best combining excellence on the basketball court with cooperation and dignity in dealing with the media and public … Released debut rap album, "The Letter O" under the name Dame D.O.L.L.A in October 2016, put out a second album, "CONFIRMED", in October 2017 then released a third album, "Big D.O.L.L.A." in August 2019 … Partners with Madison, Parkrose, and Roosevelt High Schools in his RESPECT program, which encourages all students and staff to Show Up, Work Hard and Be Kind …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.


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NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 12-13 Portland 13-14 Portland 14-15 Portland 15-16 Portland 16-17 Portland 17-18 Portland 18-19 Portland TOTALS

G-GS 82-82 82-82 82-82 75-75 75-75 73-73 80-80 549-549

— 3-Pt. FG — MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. 3167 553 1288 .429 185 503 .368 2937 553 1304 .424 218 554 .394 2925 590 1360 .434 196 572 .343 2676 618 1474 .419 229 610 .375 2693 661 1488 .444 214 579 .370 2670 621 1415 .439 227 629 .361 2838 681 1533 .444 237 643 .369 19907 4277 9862 .434 1506 4090 .368

FTM 271 371 344 414 488 493 468 2849

FTA 321 426 398 464 545 538 513 3205

–Rebounds– — Averages— PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG .844 42 215 257 531 172-0 74 243 19 1562 3.1 6.5 19.0 .871 35 253 288 457 197-1 64 193 22 1695 3.5 5.6 20.7 .864 49 329 378 507 164-0 97 222 21 1720 4.6 6.2 21.0 .892 45 257 302 512 165-0 65 242 28 1879 4.0 6.8 25.1 .895 46 322 368 440 152-1 68 197 20 2024 4.9 5.9 27.0 .916 62 263 325 481 117-0 77 206 27 1962 4.5 6.6 26.9 .912 68 303 371 551 148-0 88 212 34 2067 4.6 6.9 25.8 .889 347 1942 2289 3479 1115-2 533 1515 17112909 4.2 6.3 23.5

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2014 Portland 2015 Portland 2016 Portland 2017 Portland 2018 Portland 2019 Portland TOTALS

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST 11-11 466 83 189 .439 27 70 .386 59 66 .894 12 44 56 72 5-5 201 39 96 .406 5 31 .161 25 32 .781 2 18 20 23 11-11 437 89 242 .368 42 107 .393 71 78 .910 12 35 47 69 4-4 151 39 90 .433 9 32 .281 24 25 .960 4 14 18 13 4-4 162 25 71 .352 9 30 .300 15 17 .882 3 15 18 19 16-16 650 138 330 .418 59 158 .373 95 114 .833 8 68 76 106 51-51 2067 413 1018 .406 151 428 .353 289 332 .870 41 194 235 302

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 29-0 11 30 1 252 5.1 6.5 22.9 15-0 2 12 3 108 4.0 4.6 21.6 23-0 14 33 3 291 4.3 6.3 26.5 11-0 5 13 2 111 4.5 3.3 27.8 8-0 5 16 0 74 4.5 4.8 18.5 40-0 27 60 5 430 4.8 6.6 26.9 126-0 64 164 14 1266 4.6 5.9 24.8

NBA ALL-STAR STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2014 West 2015 West 2018 Stephen 2019 LeBron TOTALS

G-GS 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-0

MIN FGM 9 3 16 4 21 9 25 6 71 22

FGA 8 12 14 17 51

— 3-Pt. FG — PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA .375 3 6 .500 0 0 .333 3 9 .333 0 0 .643 3 8 .375 0 0 .353 6 17 .353 0 0 .431 15 40 .375 0 0

–Rebounds– PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST --0 1 1 0 --2 0 2 2 --2 1 3 2 --3 3 6 5 --7 5 12 9

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 1-0 0 1 0 9 1.0 0.0 9.0 0-0 1 4 0 11 2.0 2.0 11.0 0-0 0 1 0 21 3.0 2.0 21.0 0-0 2 1 0 18 6.0 5.0 18.0 1-0 3 7 0 59 3.0 2.3 14.8

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9 NASSIR LITTLE FORWARD / 6’6” / 220 lbs. BIRTHDATE February 11, 2000 BIRTHPLACE Jacksonville, Fla. COLLEGE North Carolina HIGH SCHOOL Orlando Christian Prep (Orlando, Fla.) NBA EXPERIENCE None W/TRAIL BLAZERS None

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Selected by the Trail Blazers with the 25th overall pick in the first round of the 2019 NBA Draft. COLLEGE In one season at North Carolina, averaged 9.8 points (47.8% FG, 26.9% 3-PT, 77.0% FT), 4.6 rebounds, 0.6 assists and 18.2 minutes in 36 games (one start) … Scored in double figures in 18 games, including three games of 20-plus points … North Carolina was 17-1 when Little scored in double figures … Finished fourth in voting for the 2018-19 ACC Sixth Man of the Year … Scored a career-high 23 points in 20 minutes against Virgia Tech on Jan. 21 … Scored 19 points in 17 minutes against Iona in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … Had 20 points and seven rebounds vs. Washington in the second round of the NCAA tournament.

PERSONAL Born Feb. 11, 2000 in Jacksonville, Fla. … Son of Harold and April, who both served in the U.S. military … Played for the Trail Blazers in the 2019 Las Vegas Summer League, posting averages of 3.3 points, 3.3 rebounds and 17.6 minutes in four games (one start) … Named the MVP of the 2018 McDonald’s All-American Game and co-MVP of the 2018 Jordan Brand Classic … Salutatorian of his senior class in high school and member of the National Honor Society … Plays the piano. NCAA STATISTICS (NORTH CAROLINA) SEASON/TEAM 18-19 UNC TOTALS

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G-GS 36-1 36-1

MIN FGM 655 131 655 131

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF STL 274 .478 14 52 .269 77 100 .770 57 109 166 23 59 19 274 .478 14 52 .269 77 100 .770 57 109 166 23 59 19

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3 CJ MCCOLLUM GUARD / 6’3” / 190 lbs. BIRTHDATE September 19, 1991 BIRTHPLACE Canton, Ohio HIGH SCHOOL Glen Oak HS (Canton, Ohio) COLLEGE Lehigh NBA EXPERIENCE Six seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS Six seasons

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 50 (vs. Chicago, 1/31/18) REBOUNDS 11 (at Sacramento, 12/27/15) ASSISTS 10 (twice, last vs. Atlanta, 1/26/19)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Selected by Portland in the first round (10th pick overall) of the 2013 NBA Draft. 2018-19

Averaged 21.0 points (45.9% FG, 37.5% 3-PT, 82.8% FT), 4.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 0.79 steals and 33.9 minutes in 70 games (all starts) … Averaged a career high in rebounds and had a career high in total offensive rebounds (62) … Ranked 26th among league leaders in scoring average and 22nd in minutes per game … Led the team in scoring 19 times, rebounding three times and assists six times … Scored at least 20-plus points in 36 games, 30-plus points in 14 games, and 40-plus points twice … Was named Western Conference Player of the Week for games played from Nov. 5 to Nov. 11 after averaging 25.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists as the Trail Blazers went 3-0 on the week … Matched his career high of seven three-pointers in five games … Scored at least 20 points in a season-high six straight games from Jan. 22 to Feb. 7 … Had 40 points (17-26 FG, 5-10 3-PT, 1-2 FT), four rebounds, six assists and four steals against Milwaukee on Nov. 6 … Became the third player in team history to have a game with at least 40 points, four rebounds, six assists and four steals, joining Clyde Drexler (five times) and Damian Lillard … Again scored 40 points (16-27 FG, 2-5 3-PT, 6-7 FT) to go with five rebounds, two assists and one steal at Memphis on Dec. 12 … Recorded his first career triple-double against Atlanta on Jan. 26, finishing with 28 points (10-23 FG, 2-8 3-PT, 6-7 FT), 10 rebounds, and a career-high-tying 10 assists … Scored 35 points on 12-of-18 shooting (7-8 3-PT, 4-6 FT) to go with seven rebounds and six assists at Cleveland on Feb. 25 … Had 30 points (10-21 FG, 7-13 3-PT, 3-3 FT), nine rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks against San Antonio on Feb. 7 … With his second three-pointer against the Spurs on Feb. 7, McCollum passed Terry Porter for third on Portland’s all-time three-point list … Missed one game with a left ankle injury and 11 games with a left knee injury suffered at San Antonio on March 16.

NBA CAREER In six seasons with Portland, holds averages of 17.8 points (45.5% FG, 40.1% 3-PT, 83.9% FT), 3.1 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 0.87 steals and 30.0 minutes in 411 games (314 starts) … Is the 12th leading-scorer in franchise history (7,328) … Among Trail Blazers with at least 100 three-point field goals, ranks third in three-point percentage (40.1%) … Ranks eighth among franchise leaders in free throw percentage (minimum 500 makes) at 83.9% … With 823 total three-pointers made, ranks third among the franchise’s all-time leaders

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… 2017-18: Averaged 21.4 points (44.3% FG, 39.7% 3-PT, 83.6% FT), 4.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 0.95 steals, 0.43 blocks and 36.1 minutes in 81 games (all starts) … Led the team in scoring 27 times and assists 16 times … Ranked 19th in the NBA in scoring, 12th in minutes, 15th in three-pointers made and 34th in 3-PT percentage … Scored a career-high 50 points (18-25 FG, 6-9 3-PT, 8-8 FT) in 29 minutes against Chicago on Jan. 31, making him one of three players in NBA history to score at least 50 points in fewer than 30 minutes (Lillard, K. Thompson) … In the first quarter of that game, set franchise records for points in a quarter (28) and field goals in a quarter (11of-14) … McCollum is the only player in franchise history to score 50 points on 25 shots or fewer … Topped 20 points in the first five games of the season … Finished 15th in the league with 47 games of 20-plus points … Recorded his fourth career double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds at Utah on Nov. 1 … Scored 42 points (16-25 FG, 3-7 3-PT, 7-9 FT) at Memphis on March 28 to become the eighth player in franchise history with multiple games of 40-plus points in a season … Tallied 36 points on 14-of-26 shooting (4-10 3-PT, 4-5 FT) against Memphis on Nov. 7 … Put up a team-high 34 points, to go with four rebounds and four assists at Oklahoma City on March 25 … Had season highs of nine assists and four steals to go with 20 points against Memphis on April 1 … Made a career-best 14 free throws (of 14) against Philadelphia on Dec. 28, finishing with 34 points, seven rebounds and four assists … Scored at least 20 points in six straight games from Dec. 9 to Dec. 18 … On Nov. 25, scored seven of his 26 points in the final 1:30 of the game to finish off a 17-point comeback win against the Wizards … 2016-17: Averaged a career-best 23.0 points (48.0% FG, 42.1% 3-PT, 91.2% FT) and 3.6 rebounds to go with 3.6 assists in 80 games (all starts) … His field goal, three-point and free throw percentages also marked new career bests … His 23.0 ppg ranked 20th in the NBA … Became the second Trail Blazer to lead the NBA in free throw percentage (Crawford, 2011-12) … Led the team in scoring 30 times, rebounding eight times and assists on 18 occasions … Tallied 15 games with at least 30 points (t-14th in NBA), after having eight such games last season … His 185 three-point field goals made him one of 15 players to reach that mark in 2016-17 … Of those 15 players, McCollum’s 42.1% shooting from beyond the arc ranks second … Scored a team-high 39 points (15-of-24 FG, 3-5 3-PT) vs. Denver on March 28, the second highest scoring output of his career … Converted five of his six three-point attempts against Phoenix on April 1 to notch his 19th game with at least four makes from beyond the arc (t-12th in NBA), surpassing Clyde Drexler (464 3-PT) for eighth on Portland’s all-time three-point list … Scored a career-high 43 points and made a career-high 16 field goals (of 25) at Minnesota on Jan. 1 ... Also


MCCOLLUM netted 35 points his next game at Golden State (1/4), marking the first time in his NBA career that he scored at least 35 points in back-to-back games ... Logged at least 25 points in a career-best eight consecutive games from Dec. 30 to Jan. 13, tied for the third-longest steak in team history ... Scored 20+ points in a careerhigh 10 consecutive games from Dec. 26 to Jan. 13 ... Matched his then career-high in scoring with 37 points on 13-of-23 shooting (6-12 3-PT) at Memphis on Nov. 6 ... Made a career-high seven three-pointers (of 11) at Indiana on Dec. 10 ... Made at least four three-pointers in four consecutive games (12/5-10) the longest such streak of his career ... Competed in the 2017 NBA All-Star Three-Point Contest for the second straight year … 2015-16: Winner of the Kia NBA Most Improved Player Award for 2015-16, McCollum averaged 20.8 points, 3.2 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 1.2 steals and 34.8 minutes (all career highs) in 80 games (all starts) … Increased his scoring average by 14.0 points from the 2014-15 season … Became the 14th different Trail Blazer to average at least 20 points in a season … Finished ninth in the NBA with 197 3-pointers, the fourth-most by a Trail Blazer in a single season … The 197 3-pointers are the most by a Trail Blazer in a season in which he shot at least 40% from the 3-point line … Notched all eight of the 30-point games in his career, including a career-best 37 points on opening night, Oct. 28 vs. New Orleans … Tallied 35 points, a career-high 11 rebounds, nine assists and four steals at Sacramento on Dec. 27, making him the first Trail Blazer since Clyde Drexler (1/28/92) to tally at least 35 points, 11 rebounds, nine assists and four steals … 2014-15: Competed in 62 games with three starts, averaging 6.8 points (43.6% FG, 39.6% 3-PT), 1.5 rebounds and

1.0 assists in 15.7 minutes … Scored a season-high 27 points (10-16 FG) at the L.A. Lakers on April 3 ... Finished with 26 points just eight days later against Utah on 9-of-17 shooting ... Averaged 13.5 points on 51% shooting (40.8% 3-PT) in his final 15 games, upping his scoring average from 4.9 to 6.8 … Scored 10+ points in a career-high seven consecutive games from April 1 to April 11 ... Made at least five field goals in three consecutive games for the first time in his career (Mar. 20-24) ... Scored 17 points at San Antonio on Jan. 16 (7-10 FG) and at Houston on Dec. 22 (6-9 FG) ... Made multiple three-pointers in three consecutive games from Dec. 22 through Dec. 26 … 2013-14: Appeared in 38 games as a rookie, averaging 5.3 points (37.5% 3-PT), 1.3 rebounds, 0.7 assists and 12.5 minutes … Missed the first 34 games of the season due to a fractured left foot suffered prior to the beginning of the season … In his second career NBA game Jan. 11 vs. Boston, scored 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting, including 2-of-3 from outside the arc … Scored a career-high 19 points (6-12 FG, 3-6 3-PT) and added three rebounds and three assists against Minnesota on Feb. 8 … The next game, on Feb. 11 vs. Oklahoma City, notched 15 points and three assists … In three games from Feb. 8-12, averaged 15.0 points, 2.0 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game … Became the first Trail Blazer with consecutive games of 15 points, three 3-pointers and three assists off the bench since Greg Anthony (1999) … In the regular season finale vs. the Clippers on April 16, had with 12 points, four rebounds and three assists in 28 minutes. trailblazers.com

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PLAYOFFS Averaging 19.6 points (43.9% FG, 39.4% 3-PT, 78.8% FT), 3.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 0.83 steals and 34.0 minutes in 46 career playoff games (36 starts) over six postseasons with the Trail Blazers … Ranks third in 3-pointers (99), fifth in points (900) and fifth in field goals (343) among all-time franchise postseason leaders … 2019: Helped lead the Trail Blazers to their first Western Conference Finals appearance since 2000, posting averages of 24.7 points (44.0% FG, 39.3% 3-PT, 73.2% FT), 5.0 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 0.81 steals and 39.7 minutes in 16 games (all starts) … Scored 185 points over seven games against Denver in the Western Conference Semifinals, marking the most points scored by a Portland player in a playoff series in franchise history … Recorded 37 points (17-29 FG, 1-3 3-PT, 2-2 FT), nine rebounds, one assist and one block in Game 7 against Denver on May 12, marking the most points a Portland player has scored in a Game 7 in franchise history … Scored 41 points (16-39 FG, 4-11 3-PT, 5-6 FT) while playing a Trail Blazers postseason-record 60 minutes in Game 3 against Denver on May 3 … Scored 20-plus points in 12 of 16 games during the 2019 postseason … 2018: Averaged a postseason career-high 25.3 points (51.9% FG, 42.3% 3-PT, 76.9% FT) to go with 2.0 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 1.25 steals and 38.9 minutes in four games (all starts) against New Orleans in the First Round … Scored at least 20 points in Portland’s final three playoff games … Had 38 points (15-22 FG, 2-3 3-PT, 6-7 FT) to go with two rebounds and three assists in Game 4 against New Orleans on April 21 … 2017: Averaged 22.5 points (40.0% FG, 50.0% 3-PT, 93.8% FT), 6.0 rebounds, 1.0 assists, and 35.1 minutes in four games (all starts) … Scored a postseason career-high 41 points (16-28 FG, 4-6 3-PT, 5-6 FT) in Game 1 of the First Round series with Golden State on April 16 to go with eight rebounds and one assist … Scored 27 points in the first half alone, tying the franchise postseason record for points in a half … Made six 3-pointers (of 9) while scoring 32 points in Game 3 against the Warriors on April 22 … 2016: Averaged 20.5 points (42.6% FG, 34.5% 3-PT, 80.4% FT) to go with 3.6 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 0.91 steals and 40.2 minutes in 11 games (all starts) vs. the L.A. Clippers and Golden State … Scored in double figures in 10 of his 11 postseason contests … Produced at least 20 points seven times overall, including each of Portland’s final four playoff games … Scored 27 points on three separate occasions … Shot a combined 7-of-14 from beyond the arc in games four and five against Golden State in the Western Conference Semifinals … Made multiple three-pointers in seven games, including four (of nine) against the Warriors on May 9 … 2015: Played in all five of Portland’s postseason games (one start), averaging 17.0 points (47.8% FG, 47.8% 3-PT, 76.9% FT), 4.0 rebounds, 0.4 assists and 1.20 steals in 33.2 minutes … Scored 33 points on 12-of-20 shooting (7-11 3-PT) in Game 5 at Memphis on April 29, making him the only NBA player ever to record 33-plus points and at least seven three-pointers as a reserve in a playoff game since the three-point line was instituted in 1979-80 … His seven three-pointers in Game 5 set a new Trail Blazers franchise record for most three-pointers made in a postseason game, while his 33 points off the bench were the most by a Portland reserve player in franchise history (29, Billy Ray Bates, 4/2/80) … 2014: Spread 24 minutes over six games vs. Houston and San Antonio, tallying four points.

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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 first 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 first in Patriot League history and second all-time at Lehigh with 2,361 career points … Named an Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American 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 … 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 fifth nationally in points per game … Named ECAC Player of the Year, along with being named a Lute Olson All-American and NABC First Team All-District member … Helped lead Lehigh to the round of 32 at the NCAA Tournament, including a 75-70 win over second-seeded Duke … Finished with 30 points, six rebounds and six assists in the win against the Blue Devils … Named MVP of the Patriot League Tournament, leading the Mountain Hawks to an 82-77 victory over Bucknell in the championship game by finishing with 29 points, three rebounds, five 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 first in the Patriot League in scoring, third in the conference in rebounding and 12th nationally in steals … Named to the NABC First Team All-District, as well as the USBWA AllDistrict team … Scored a career-best 42 points (15-25 FG) Nov. 26 against Kent State … 2009-10: Completed a record freshman season, leading the nation 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 … Scored 26 points against top-seeded Kansas in the NCAA Tournament Round of 64. PERSONAL Son of Kathy Andrews and Errick McCollum … His older brother, Errick, has played nine seasons of professional basketball overseas, most recently signing with Russian club BC UNICS for the 2018-19 season … Participated in the 2017 NBA Africa Game in Johannesburg, South Africa … 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 … Is a contributing editor for The Players’ Tribune and has written multiple articles for the site …Favorite foods are french fries and his mother’s lasagna … Averaged a team-high 20.2 points to go with 3.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.80 steals in five starts at the 2014 NBA Summer League … Posted averages of 21.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.00 steal in five games at the 2013 NBA Summer League.


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NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 13-14 Portland 14-15 Portland 15-16 Portland 16-17 Portland 17-18 Portland 18-19 Portland TOTALS

G-GS 38-0 62-3 80-80 80-80 81-81 70-70 411-314

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT 476 74 178 .416 30 80 .375 23 34 .676 7 41 48 973 159 365 .436 55 139 .396 51 73 .699 14 77 91 2780 641 1431 .448 197 472 .417 187 226 .827 47 212 259 2796 692 1441 .480 185 439 .421 268 294 .912 60 229 289 2923 667 1505 .443 189 476 .397 209 250 .836 53 268 321 2375 571 1243 .459 167 445 .375 159 192 .828 62 220 282 12323 2804 6163 .455 823 2051 .401 897 1069 .839 243 1047 1290

AST 27 64 341 285 272 207 1196

PF-DQ STL TO BLK 53-0 14 35 2 81-0 43 48 8 187-0 97 196 23 202-1 72 172 42 168-0 77 151 35 172-0 55 106 28 863-1 358 708 138

— Averages— PTS RPG APG PPG 201 1.3 0.7 5.3 424 1.4 0.9 6.3 1666 3.2 4.3 20.8 1837 3.6 3.6 23.0 1732 4.0 3.4 21.4 1468 4.0 3.0 21.0 7328 3.1 2.9 17.8

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2014 Portland 2015 Portland 2016 Portland 2017 Portland 2018 Portland 2019 Portland TOTALS

— 3-Pt. FG — G-GS MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA 6-0 24 1 11 .091 0 5 .000 2 2 5-1 166 32 67 .478 11 23 .478 10 13 11-11 442 84 197 .426 20 58 .345 37 46 4-4 140 32 80 .400 11 22 .500 15 16 4-4 155 40 77 .519 11 26 .423 10 13 16-16 635 154 350 .440 46 117 .393 41 56 46-36 1564 343 782 .439 99 251 .394 115 146

–Rebounds– PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST 1.000 0 1 1 0 .769 1 19 20 2 .804 7 33 40 36 .938 8 16 24 4 .769 0 8 8 14 .732 14 66 80 59 .788 30 143 173 115

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 2-0 0 1 0 4 0.2 0.0 0.7 13-0 6 6 1 85 4.0 0.4 17.0 30-0 10 20 5 225 2.8 3.3 20.5 10-0 4 15 2 90 6.0 1.0 22.5 11-0 5 9 1 101 2.0 3.5 25.3 34-0 13 30 10 395 5.0 3.7 24.7 100-0 38 81 19 900 3.8 2.5 19.6

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27 JUSUF NURKIĆ CENTER / 7’0” / 290 lbs. BIRTHDATE August 23, 1994 BIRTHPLACE Bosnia and Herzegovina NBA EXPERIENCE Five seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS Three seasons

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 33 (vs. Denver, 3/28/17) REBOUNDS 23 (at Sacramento, 1/1/19) ASSISTS 10 (vs. Cleveland, 1/16/19)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Acquired along with a 2017 first round draft pick from the Denver Nuggets in exchange for Mason Plumlee, a 2018 second round pick and cash considerations on Feb. 13, 2017. Originally selected by the Chicago Bulls in the first round (16th overall) in the 2014 NBA Draft and traded to the Nuggets in a draft night deal in exchange for Doug McDermott (11th overall) and Anthony Randolph.

2018-19 In 72 games (all starts), averaged 15.6 points (50.8% FG, 77.3% FT), 10.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.43 blocks, 0.99 steals and 27.4 minutes … Averaged career highs in points, rebounds, assists, blocks, steals and minutes … Shot career-high percentages from the field and the free throw line … Led the Trail Blazers in scoring eight times, rebounding 46 times and assists 12 times … Scored at least 20 points in 22 games and had 30-plus points once … Reached double figures in scoring 60 times … Led the Trail Blazers with a career high 36 double-doubles … Matched his career high of six blocks twice … Had one triple-double … Ranked in 12th rebounding, 13th in blocks and 33rd in field goal percentage among league leaders … Scored a season-high 32 points (13-24 FG, 6-8 FT) to go with 16 rebounds, five assists, two steals and four blocks against Brooklyn on March 25 before suffering a season-ending injury to his left leg … His 13 field goals were a career-high … Had 24 points (5-10 FG, 14-16 FT), a careerhigh 23 rebounds, seven assists, five steals and five blocks at Sacramento on Jan. 1, becoming the first player in NBA history to record a five-by-five while having at least 20 points and 20 rebounds … His 14 free throws were a careerhigh … Logged the first triple-double of his career on Jan. 16 against Cleveland, finishing with 10 points, 10 rebounds and a career-high 10 assists to go with five blocks … He joined Bill Walton as the only players in franchise history to record a points/rebounds/assists double-double while blocking at least five shots … Recorded 26 points (8-13 FG, 10-11 FT), 15 rebounds, six assists and one block at Charlotte on March 3 … Logged 22 points, 11 rebounds, four assists, three steals and four blocks against Minnesota on Dec. 8 … Had 27 points (10-18 FG, 7-8 FT), 12 rebounds and four assists at Golden State on Dec. 27 … Recorded a career-high five consecutive double-doubles form Nov. 11 to Nov. 20 and again from March 12 to March 20 … Scored at least 20 points in a careerhigh four straight games form Jan. 1 to Jan. 7 … Missed the last nine games of the season with a season-ending leg injury suffered March 25 vs. Brooklyn … Missed one game with a right knee injury.

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NBA CAREER Averaging 11.6 points (49.1% FG, 66.6% FT), 8.0 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.29 blocked shots and 22.9 minutes in 310 games (229 starts) over five seasons with Denver and Portland … 2017-18: In his first full season with the Trail Blazers, averaged 14.3 points (50.5% FG, 63.0% FT), 9.0 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 0.81 steals, 1.41 blocks and 26.4 minutes in 79 games (all starts) … Averaged career bests in points and rebounds … Led the team in scoring six times, rebounding 35 times and assists three times … Recorded a team-high 27 double-doubles … Ranked 14th in the NBA in rebounds and 10th in blocks … Scored at least 20 points in 16 games and reached double figures 63 times … Blocked a season-high four shots in seven games … Closed the season with four double-doubles in five games and 14 consecutive games with 10+ points … Scored a season-high 29 points (12-19 FG, 5-10 FT) to go with 15 rebounds, three assists and four steals at Brooklyn on Nov. 24 … Had 28 points (12-20 FG, 4-4 FT), five rebounds and five assists against the Lakers on Nov. 2 … At the Clippers on Jan. 30 finished with 14 points and a season-high 20 rebounds, including 16 in the second half to tie the franchise record for rebounds in a half … Dished out a season-high six assists to go with 12 points and nine rebounds at New York on Nov. 27 … Recorded 20 points (9-15 FG, 2-3 FT) and 19 rebounds at Denver on April 9 … Had 24 points (10-14 FG, 4-5 FT), 14 rebounds and four blocks against Charlotte on Feb. 8 … Tallied 19 points (8-14 FG, 3-3 FT), 17 rebounds and two blocks against Indiana on Jan. 18 … Made a career-high 11 free throws (of 16) while finishing with 21 points and 12 rebounds against Philadelphia on Dec. 28 … Missed three games with a right ankle injury from Dec. 9 to Dec. 13 … 2016-17: In 65 games (48 starts) with Denver and Portland, averaged 10.2 points (50.7% FG, 57.1% FT), 7.2 rebounds and 1.9 assists … WITH PORTLAND: In 20 games (19 starts) with the Trail Blazers, posted averages of 15.2 points (50.8% FG, 66.0% FT), 10.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.25 steals, 1.90 blocked shots and 29.2 minutes … Became the first Trail Blazer to average 15-plus points and 10-plus rebounds in his first 20 games since Mychal Thompson in 1978 … Portland went 14-6 with Nurkic in the lineup … Scored a career-high 33 points (12-15 FG, 9-11 FT) March 28 vs. Denver, adding 15 rebounds and two blocked shots to become the first player in franchise history to register 30plus points and 15-plus rebounds on 80% shooting or better … Tallied 28 points to go with career highs of 20 rebounds, eight assists, and six blocks against the 76ers on March 9, becoming the first NBA player to log 28-plus points, 20-plus rebounds, 8-plus assists and 6-plus blocks in a game since Charles Barkley (Nov. 28, 1986) ... Finished with 18 points, 12 rebounds, six assists, five blocks, and two steals against Oklahoma City on March 2 … Missed the final seven games of the regular season


PLAYOFFS In two postseason appearances with Portland, has averaged 9.8 points (47.6% FG, 81.8% FT), 8.6 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.20 steals, 1.20 blocks and 22.2 minutes in five games (all starts) … 2019: Did not play for the Trail Blazers during the 2019 Playoffs due to a left leg injury … 2018: In four games (all starts), averaged 11.8 points (48.7% FG, 81.8% FT), 8.0 rebounds, 1.0 assists, 1.50 steals, 1.25 blocks and 23.4 minutes … 2017: Played in Game 3 of the First Round series against Golden State, recording two points, 11 rebounds, and four assists … Missed the first two games of the playoffs with a broken right leg before playing in Game 3 and sitting again in Game 4 … Registered the most rebounds (11) by a Trail Blazers player in his postseason debut since Sam Bowie had 14 on April 18, 1985. INTERNATIONAL 2013-14: Played for Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 2014 Under-20 European Championship Division B in Sarajevo ... Averaged 21.4 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.63 blocks in eight games while leading Bosnia to the a championship ... Was named the MVP of the tournament ... Scored 34 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in Bosnia’s victory over Belgium in the championship game ... Appeared in 58 games for Cedevita Zagreb in and averaged 10.9 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.1 blocks in 16.3 minutes ... In the Adriatic League, posted 11.7 points (20th in league), 5.7 rebounds (17th), and 0.8 blocks (9th) in 16.6 minutes ... 201213: With Cedevita in the Adriatic League, posted 3.6 points and 2.0 rebounds ... Loaned in January to Zadar to get more minutes ... In Croatia A1 (w/ Zadar), averaged 8.1 points, 4.4 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 13.5 minutes ... Held averages 4.1 points and 2.0 rebounds in the Adriatic League ... 2011-12: Played for Union Olimpija’s junior team in the Nike International Junior Tournament averaging 18.8 points, 11.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in 30.0 minutes over five game ... Went 7-of-15 from three-point range.

PERSONAL Did not play basketball until he was 14 ... Recruited to play the game after his future basketball agent read an article about his tall father, a policeman in Tuzla ... He tracked him down and asked if he had a son … Received the 2018-19 Maurice Lucas Award, given annually to the Trail Blazers player that best represents the indomitable spirit of Maurice Lucas through his contributions on the court and in the community … Donates tickets to the local Bosnian community and the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO). NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 14-15 Denver 15-16 Denver 16-17 Den-Port. 17-18 Portland 18-19 Portland TOTALS

G-GS 62-27 32-3 65-48 79-79 72-72 310-229

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT 1103 171 383 .446 0 2 .000 84 132 .636 125 257 382 547 101 242 .417 0 3 .000 61 99 .616 65 110 175 1391 271 534 .507 0 1 .000 120 210 .571 154 313 467 2088 480 951 .505 0 7 .000 172 273 .630 189 519 708 1973 420 826 .508 3 9 .103 282 365 .773 243 505 748 7103 1443 2936 .491 3 42 .071 719 1079 .666 776 1704 2480

— Averages— AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 50 207-6 52 86 68 426 6.2 0.8 6.9 40 91-0 24 55 44 263 5.5 1.3 8.2 123 161-0 50 143 74 662 7.2 1.9 10.2 143 247-1 64 183 111 1132 9.0 1.8 14.3 233 250-9 71 168 103 1125 10.4 3.2 15.6 589 956-16 231 635 400 3608 8.0 1.9 11.6

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2017 Portland 2018 Portland 2019 Portland TOTALS

G-GS MIN FGM 1-1 17 1 4-4 94 19 DNP – Left Leg 5-5 111 20

— 3-Pt. FG — FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA 3 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 39 .487 0 0 --9 11 42 .476

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with a non-displaced right fibular fracture ... WITH DENVER: Posted averages of 8.0 points (50.7% FG, 49.6% FT), 5.8 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 45 games (29 starts) with the Nuggets before being traded to Portland … Scored 23 points on 9-of-13 shooting in Denver’s season opener at New Orleans on Oct. 26, his second career 20-point game at the time … Hauled in what was then a career-high 18 rebounds at Toronto on Oct. 31 ... Also had five blocks in that contest, matching his career high at the time … 2015-16: Appeared in 32 games (three starts), averaging 8.2 points, 5.5 rebounds and 1.38 blocks in 17.1 minutes with Denver ... Made his season debut Jan. 2 at Golden State after missing 33 games due to a left patellar tendon repair ... Recorded 11 points, 14 rebounds, five steals and four assists in a career-high 39 minutes at Portland on April 13 ... Posted a season-high 21 points (10-18 FG) and added nine rebounds April 8 vs. San Antonio ... Registered 19 points (9-13 FG) and seven boards March 27 at LA Clippers ... Tallied 18 points on 7-11 FG’s, four rebounds and five assists March 25 at the L.A. Lakers ... Posted 16 points and 11 rebounds Feb. 10 at Detroit ... Recorded 15 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks Jan. 6 at Minnesota ... Missed three games from 3/28-3/31 due to illness … 2014-15: Appeared in 62 games (27 starts) in his rookie campaign with the Nuggets, averaging 6.9 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.10 blocks in 17.8 minutes ... Scored a season-high 17 points (7-13 FG) in 30 minutes at Golden State on April 15 ... Netted 16 points to go with seven rebounds March 20 at Miami ... Had 11 points, a season-high 15 rebounds, two steals and three blocks at Milwaukee on Feb. 21 ... Tallied 16 points while pulling down 14 rebounds Feb. 9 vs. Oklahoma City ... Recorded his first career double-double at Chicago on Jan. 1 with 10 point and 10 rebounds ... Posted a season-high 16 points (7-10 FG) to go along with eight rebounds Dec. 30 vs. the L.A. Lakers ... Missed seven games from 2/27-3/9 due to a right ankle sprain.


PLAYER PROFILES

1 ANFERNEE SIMONS GUARD / 6’4” / 190 lbs. BIRTHDATE June 8, 1999 BIRTHPLACE Longwood, Fla. HIGH SCHOOL IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) NBA EXPERIENCE One season W/TRAIL BLAZERS One season

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 37 (vs. Sacramento, 4/10/19) REBOUNDS 6 (vs. Sacramento, 4/10/19) ASSISTS 9 (vs. Sacramento, 4/10/19)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Selected by Portland in the first round (24th pick overall) of the 2018 NBA Draft. NBA CAREER In his rookie season with the Trail Blazers, posted averages of 3.8 points (44.4% FG, 34.5% 3-PT, 56.3% FT), 0.7 rebounds, 0.7 assists and 7.1 minutes in 20 games (one start) … Scored his first career points against New Orleans on Nov. 1 … Recorded 37 points (13-21 FG, 7-11 3-PT, 4-6 FT), six rebounds, nine assists and one steal while playing all 48 minutes against Sacramento on April 10 … With his performance against Sacramento on April 10, Simons became the second rookie in league history to have at least 37 points, six rebounds and nine assists while making at least seven three-pointers … Simons’ 37 points in his first career start matched the most points scored by an NBA player in their first career start since the start of the 1985-86 season … Made his NBA debut at Houston on Oct. 30 … Scored nine points (4-5 FG, 1-1 3-PT) in six minutes at Chicago on March 27 … Had seven points and three rebounds at Minnesota on Nov. 16 ... Appeared in four games for the Agua Caliente Clippers of the NBA G League from Jan. 22-30, averaging 17.3 points (43.3% FG, 47.6% 3-PT, 87.5% FT), 2.5 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 22.7 minutes.

PLAYOFFS Appeared in five games for the Trail Blazers during the 2019 postseason, totaling four points and one steal in 12 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL Played at IMG Academy in Bradenton Florida as a post-graduate in 2017-18 … At IMG, posted averages of 22.4 points, 6.7 rebounds and 3.1 assists … Graduated from Edgewater High School in 2017, where he averaged 23.8 points, 7.2 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 1.8 steals and 0.8 blocks in 20 games as a senior … Played at Montverde Academy as a junior … Played for the US Men’s National U-19 team in the summer of 2017.

PERSONAL Born on June 8, 1999 in Longwood, Florida … Son of Charles and Tameka … Named after former NBA player, Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway … Played for Portland in the 2018 NBA Summer League, posting averages of 11.0 points, 3.2 rebounds, 0.5 assists, 1.00 steals and 20.0 minutes in six games (one start) ... Played for Portland again in the 2019 NBA Summer League, posting averages of 22.0 points (55.8% FG, 64.7% 3-PT, 100% FT), 4.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.00 steal and 26.4 minutes in three games (all starts), earning NBA Summer League Second Team honors

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 18-19 Portland TOTALS

G-GS 20-1 20-1

MIN FGM 141 28 141 28

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST 63 .444 10 29 .345 9 16 .563 3 10 13 13 63 .444 10 29 .345 9 16 .563 3 10 13 13

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 9-0 1 11 0 75 0.7 0.7 3.8 9-0 1 11 0 75 0.7 0.7 3.8

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST 7 .000 0 2 .000 4 5 .800 0 0 0 0 7 .000 0 2 .000 4 5 .800 0 0 0 0

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 2-0 1 0 0 4 0.0 0.0 0.0 2-0 1 0 0 4 0.0 0.0 0.0

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43 ANTHONY TOLLIVER FORWARD / 6’8” / 245 lbs. BIRTHDATE June 1, 1985 BIRTHPLACE Springfield, Mo. HIGH SCHOOL Kickapoo (Springfield, Mo.) COLLEGE Creighton NBA EXPERIENCE 11 seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS One season

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 34 (Golden State at Minnesota, 4/7/10) REBOUNDS 21 (Golden State vs. Dallas, 3/27/10) ASSISTS 6 (Minnesota vs. Atlanta, 11/5/10)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Went undrafted in the 2007 NBA Draft. Signed with the Trail Blazers as a free agent on July 3, 2019. 2018-19 In 65 games with Minnesota, posted averages of 5.0 points (38.2% FG, 37.7% 3-PT, 78.3% FT), 2.7 rebounds, 0.7 assists and 16.6 minutes … Scored in double figures in 13 games … Scored a season-high 17 points while making a season-best five three-pointers (of seven) at Milwaukee on Feb. 23 … Had 16 points while shooting 4-of-5 from the three-point line at New York on Feb. 22 … Recorded 14 points and a season-high nine rebounds against Golden State on March 29 … Dished out a season-high four assists at Denver on March 12 … Blocked three shots at Memphis on March 23 and again against Toronto on April 9.

NBA CAREER In 11 seasons with San Antonio, Portland, Golden State, Minnesota, Atlanta, Charlotte, Phoenix, Detroit and Sacramento, holds career averages of 6.4 points (41.8% FG, 37.6% 3-PT, 77.2% FT), 3.4 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 19.9 minutes in 664 games (92 starts) … 2017-18: Appeared in a career-high 79 games (14 starts) and averaged 8.9 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 22.2 minutes per game for Detroit … Shot a career-high 46.4% from the field and a career-high 43.6% from the three-point line … Averaged 7.6 points and 2.8 rebounds in 65 games off the bench … Scored 10-plus points 28 time and 20-plus points four times … Grabbed 10-plus rebounds once and recorded one double-double … Led the team in scoring five times and in assists once … Scored a season-high 25 points twice (vs. Chicago on March 24 and vs. Philadelphia on April 4) … Grabbed a season-high 12 rebounds at Brooklyn on April 1 … Recorded a season-high five assists at Cleveland on Jan. 28 … Recorded a season-high two steals seven times and a season-high two blocks three times … Made a single-season career-high 159 three-pointers … Connected on career-high seven three-pointers against the L.A. Lakers on March 26 … Had 28 games with at least three three-pointers … 2016-17: Appeared in 65 games (nine starts) for Sacramento, averaging 7.1 points, 3.6 rebounds, 1.2 assists, 0.5 steals and 22.7 minutes … Scored 10-plus points 21 times and grabbed 10-plus rebounds once … Recorded one double-double … Scored a season-high 19 points (6-9 FG, 5-7 3-PT) against Orlando on March 13 … Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds at Houston on Dec. 14 to go along with 12 points to record his only double=double of the season … Missed two games with a quad contusion and one game due to a personal matter … 70

2015-16: Appeared in 72 games (five starts) for Detroit and averaged 5.3 points, 3.2 rebounds, 0.7 assists and 18.6 minutes … Led the team in rebounds once and in assists once … Scored in double figures 12 times and grabbed 10-plus rebounds once … Had a season-high 13 rebounds (11 defensive) against the L.A. Lakers on Dec. 6 … Missed one game due to a personal matter and eight games with a right knee sprain … 2014-15: Played in 76 games (11 starts) with Phoenix and Detroit, averaging 6.3 points, 3.1 rebounds, 0.8 assists and 18.9 minutes … Scored in double figures 20 times, grabbed 10-plus rebounds once and recorded one double-double … IN PHOENIX: In 21 games with Phoenix, averaged 3.3 points and 1.8 rebounds … IN DETROIT: In 52 games (11 starts) with Detroit, averaged 7.7 points, 3.7 rebounds and 0.9 assists … Averaged 9.5 points and 4.9 rebounds in 11 games as a starter … 2013-14: Averaged 6.1 points and 2.6 rebounds in 64 games (nine starts) with Charlotte … Scored in double-digits 16 times, including two games with at least 20 points … Scored 21 points on 8-of-9 shooting from the field and a perfect 5-of-5 from beyond the arc at Minnesota on Jan. 10 … Scored in double figures in back-to-back games on three occasions … 2012-13: Averaged 4.1 points, 2.5 rebounds and 27.1 minutes in 62 games (11 starts) with Atlanta … Shot 86.3% from the free-throw line (44-of-51) … Scored in double figures five times, including one game with 20-plus points … Scored a season-high 21 points, including a career-high five three-pointers and grabbed a season-high eight rebounds vs. Philadelphia on March 6 … 2011-12: Appeared in 51 games with the Timberwolves, averaging 4.1 points, 3.0 rebounds and 17.3 minutes … Scored in double-figures nine times, including a season-high 23 points on 9-of-13 shooting at Oklahoma City on March 23 … Grabbed double figure rebounds once and tallied one double-double, recording 11 points and 11 rebounds at Charlotte on March 28 … 2010-11: Played in 65 games (four starts) for Minnesota, averaging 6.7 points, 4.5 rebounds and 21.0 minutes … Shot 45.0% from the field and 40.9% from three-point range … Scored in double figures in 18 games, including one game with 20-plus points … Grabbed double figure rebounds six times … Tallied three double-doubles … Scored a season-high 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds at Phoenix on April 11 … Scored 16 points, grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds and tied a career high with four blocks against Boston on March 27 … Had a career-high six assists against Atlanta on Nov. 5 … 2009-10: Played in 46 total games with the Trail Blazers and Warriors, averaging 11.7 points, 7.0 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 31.0 minutes …IN GOLDEN STATE: In 44 games with the Warriors (29 starts), averaged 12.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 32.3 minutes … Signed the first of two 10-day contracts with the Warriors on Jan. 17, before signing for the remainder of


the season … Scored in double figures 29 times, with five games of 20-plus points and two games of 30-plus points … Had double figure rebounds 13 times … Had a career-high 34 points on 14-of-22 shooting at Minnesota on April 7 … Scored 30 points on 11-of-19 shooting against New Orleans on March 17 … Grabbed a career-high 21 rebounds against Dallas on March 27 while adding 10 points … Tallied 19 points on 7-of-12 shooting and 15 rebounds in 48 minutes at Portland on April 14 … Scored in double figures in 14 straight games to end the season … IN PORTLAND: Signed with the Trail Blazers on Dec. 19 and played a total of four minutes in two games before being waived on Dec. 29 … 2008-09: Averaged 2.7 points, 2.2 rebounds and 10.9 minutes in 19 games for San Antonio … Posted season-highs of nine points and six rebounds at Milwaukee on Nov. 12.

PLAYOFFS Has reached the postseason three times in his career, appearing in 13 games and averaging 2.6 points and 1.3 rebounds per game … 2016: Appeared in three games with Detroit against Cleveland in the first round, averaging 1.3 points and 1.3 rebounds per game … 2014: Played in four playoff games in the first round of Charlotte’s series against Miami, averaging 1.5 points and 5.3 minutes … 2013: Played in six playoff games with Atlanta against Indiana, posting averages of 4.0 points, 1.5 rebounds and 11.3 minutes. 21.5 minutes … Shot 46.1% from the field and 43.5% from beyond the three-point line … Named First Team All-Missouri Valley Conference as a senior in 2006-07 after averaging 13.4 points, 6.7 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.7 blocks in 33 games played … Scored in double figures 29 times … Also named to the MVC All-Tournament Team … As a junior, named Second Team All-MVC after averaging 13.2 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.6 blocks, while shooting 51.5% from the field … Recipient of the National Strength & Conditioning Association All-American Athlete of the Year Award for his work in the weight room … As a sophomore, appeared in 34 games (30 starts), averaging 4.2 points and 4.4 rebounds in 17.1 minutes.

PERSONAL Born on June 1, 1985 in Springfield, Mo. … The son of Johnny Tolliver and Donna Lewis, he has six sisters (Leslie, RaVonda, Angela, JaVonna, Suzie and Armani) … He and his wife, Jessica, have three children; a daughter and two sons … Earned his degree in finance from Creighton while carrying a 3.53 GPA … Named to the Dean’s List all four years … Named to the Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll and was a 10-time MVC Scholar Athlete of the Week … Named a Senior CLASS Award All-American and Second Team CoSIDA Academic All-American as a senior in 2006-07 … Serves as a Nothing But Nets Champion and works with the United Nations to raise money to purchase insecticide-treated mosquito nets to protect families across Africa from malaria.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM G-GS 08-09 San Antonio 19-0 09-10 Port.-GSW 46-29 10-11 Minnesota 65-4 11-12 Minnesota 51-0 12-13 Atlanta 62-11 13-14 Charlotte 64-9 14-15 Phoe.-Det. 76-11 15-16 Detroit 72-5 16-17 Sacramento 65-9 17-18 Detroit 79-14 18-19 Minnesota 65-0 TOTALS 664-92

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF-DQ STL TO BLK 208 19 65 .292 9 41 .220 5 10 .500 12 29 41 17 16-0 5 7 1 1427 193 449 .430 50 152 .329 103 134 .769 84 236 320 87 128-1 32 46 33 1362 141 313 .450 47 115 .409 105 131 .802 92 203 295 82 145-1 28 49 28 882 71 182 .390 25 01 .248 41 55 .745 50 103 153 22 86-1 18 35 19 963 82 216 .380 45 133 .338 44 51 .863 31 124 155 32 66-0 15 36 12 1298 129 07 .420 102 247 .413 33 41 .805 33 135 168 42 82-0 19 23 15 1432 161 393 .410 106 290 .366 54 69 .783 51 185 236 59 137-2 24 51 16 1341 128 332 .386 98 272 .360 29 47 .617 39 190 229 52 86-0 26 28 16 1477 155 351 .442 90 230 .391 61 82 .744 51 186 237 77 109-0 34 56 20 1757 219 472 .464 159 365 .436 106 133 .797 50 191 241 90 144-1 32 58 21 1079 99 259 .382 81 215 .377 47 60 .783 15 132 177 46 91-0 17 36 21 13226 1397 339 .418 812 2161 .376 628 813 .772 508 1744 2252 606 1090-6 250 425 202

— Averages— PTS RPG APG PPG 52 2.2 0.9 2.7 539 7.0 1.9 11.7 434 4.5 1.3 6.7 208 3.0 0.4 4.1 253 2.5 0.5 4.1 393 2.6 0.7 6.1 482 3.1 0.8 6.3 383 3.2 0.7 5.3 461 3.6 1.2 7.1 703 3.1 1.1 8.9 326 2.7 0.7 5.0 4234 3.4 0.9 6.4

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2013 Atlanta 2014 Charlotte 2016 Detroit TOTALS

G-GS 6-0 4-0 3-0 13-0

MIN FGM 68 8 21 1 26 2 115 11

FGA 14 2 4 20

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST .571 7 11 .636 1 3 .333 3 6 9 1 .500 1 2 .500 3 3 1.000 1 3 4 1 .500 0 2 .000 0 0 --1 3 4 1 .550 8 15 .533 4 6 .667 5 12 17 3

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 7-0 1 1 1 24 1.5 0.2 4.0 2-0 0 0 0 6 1.0 0.3 1.5 0-0 0 1 0 4 1.3 0.3 1.3 9-0 1 1 2 34 1.3 0.2 2.6

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PLAYER PROFILES

2 GARY TRENT JR. GUARD / 6’6” / 205 lbs. BIRTHDATE January 18, 1999 BIRTHPLACE Columbus, Ohio COLLEGE Duke HIGH SCHOOL Prolific Prep (Napa, Calif.) NBA EXPERIENCE One season W/TRAIL BLAZERS One season

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 19 (vs. Sacramento, 4/10/19) REBOUNDS 2 (twice, last vs. Sacramento, 4/10/19) ASSISTS 3 (vs. Sacramento, 4/10/19)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Selected by Sacramento with the 37th overall pick of the 2018 NBA Draft. Acquired by Portland in exchange for two future second round picks and cash considerations.

NBA CAREER Averaged 2.7 points (32.0% FG, 23.8% 3-PT, 42.9% FT), 0.7 rebounds, 0.3 assists and 7.4 minutes in 15 games (one start) during his rookie season … Had career-highs in points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks against Sacramento on April 10, finishing with 19 points (8-19 FG, 1-5 3-PT, 2-3 FT), two rebounds, three assists, one steal and one block … Had eight points (3-5 FG, 2-2 3-PT) and one rebound at Minnesota on Nov. 16 … Made his NBA debut and scored his first career points against Minnesota on Nov. 4 … Scored five points and pulled down one rebound at Chicago on March 27 ... Played in six games (five starts) for the Texas Legends of the NBA G League from Jan. 21 to Feb. 1, posting averages of 33.3 points (50.7% FG, 50.0% 3-PT, 88.9% FT), 5.5 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 1.67 steals and 34.4 minutes.

PLAYOFFS Did not appear in any games for the Trail Blazers during the 2019 postseason. COLLEGE In one season at Duke, averaged 14.5 points (41.5% FG, 40.2% 3-PT, 87.6% FT), 4.2 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 1.16 steals and 33.8 minutes in 37 games (all starts) … One of 10 finalists for the Julius Erving Award, given annually to the top small forward in the nation … Was named to the 2018 NCAA Tournament All-Midwest Region Team … Finished third on the team in scoring while becoming the fourth freshman in Duke history to lead the team in three-point shooting … His 97 made three-pointers set a Duke freshman record … Scored in double figures 28 times, including in 23 of the final 27 games … Was Duke’s second-leading scorer in the postseason, averaging 15.5 points in the ACC and NCAA Tournaments.

PERSONAL Born Gary Dajuan Trent, Jr., on January 18, 1999, in Columbus, Ohio … Played for the Trail Blazers in the 2018 NBA Summer league, posting averages of 11.4 points, 3.3 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 1.29 steals and 23.1 minutes in seven games … Played for the Trail Blazers again at the 2019 NBA Summer League, averaging 20.6 points (41.4% FG, 37.0% 3-PT, 82.4% FT), 6.4 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 1.40 steals and 28.5 minutes in five games (all starts) … Father, Gary Sr., was the 11th pick of the 1995 NBA Draft and played the first two-plus seasons of his nine-season career in Portland … Has three brothers: Garyson, Grayson and Graydon. NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 18-19 Portland TOTALS

G-GS 15-1 15-1

MIN FGM 111 16 111 16

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST 50 .320 5 21 .238 3 7 .429 1 10 11 5 50 .320 5 21 .238 3 7 .429 1 10 11 5

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 4-0 1 4 2 40 0.7 0.3 2.7 4-0 1 4 2 40 0.7 0.3 2.7

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21 HASSAN WHITESIDE CENTER / 7’1” / 265 lbs. BIRTHDATE June 13, 1989 BIRTHPLACE Gastonia, N.C. HIGH SCHOOL The Patterson School (Patterson, N.C.) COLLEGE Marshall NBA EXPERIENCE Seven seasons W/TRAIL BLAZERS None

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 32 (twice, last Miami vs. Orlando, 12/20/16) REBOUNDS 25 (twice, last Miami vs. Atlanta, 11/15/16) ASSISTS 4 (twice, last Miami vs. Chicago, 3/29/18)

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Selected with the 33rd overall pick in the second round of the 2010 NBA Draft. Acquired by the Trail Blazers from the Miami Heat in a four team trade that sent Maurice Harkless to the LA Clippers and Meyers Leonard to Miami on July 6, 2019.

2018-19 In 72 games (53 starts) with Miami, posted averages of 12.3 points (57.1% FG, 44.9% FT), 11.3 rebounds, 0.8 assists, 1.89 blocks and 23.3 minutes … Finished the season tied for sixth in the NBA in offensive rebounds (257), seventh in total blocks (136), seventh in blocks per game (1.89), ninth in rebounds per game (11.3), 10th in total rebounds (817), 11th in defensive rebounds (560) and 12th in field goal percentage (57.1%) … Led the Heat in free throws attempted, offensive, defensive and total rebounds, rebounds per game, blocks and double-doubles … Led the Heat in scoring 10 times, rebounds 50 times, blocks 48 times and steals 11 times … Scored in double figures 47 times, including eight games of 20-plus points … Grabbed double figure rebounds 45 times, including five games with at least 20 rebounds … Had 36 double-doubles, including three games with at least 20 points and 20 rebounds … Tied his season high with 29 points (10-18 FG, 9-11 FT) to go with 20 rebounds and a season-high nine blocks against San Antonio on Nov. 7 … Scored 29 points again while shooting 14-of-19 from the field against Phoenix on Feb. 25 … Recorded 19 points, a season-high 24 rebounds and five blocks against Sacramento on Oct. 29 … Missed one game with a right knee injury, one game due to illness, three games with a left hip strain and four games due to personal reasons. NBA CAREER In seven seasons with Miami and Sacramento, holds career averages of 13.4 points (57.4% FG, 22.2% 3-PT, 59.3% FT), 11.4 rebounds, 2.33 blocks and 26.0 minutes … 2017-18: Started all 54 games in which he appeared for Miami, averaging 14.0 points (54.0% FG, 70.3% FT), 11.4 rebounds, 1.74 blocks, 1.0 assist and 25.3 minutes … Ranked among NBA leaders in field goal percentage (15th), offensive rebounds (21st), total rebounds (21st) and defensive rebounds (22nd) … Led the Heat in offensive, defensive and total rebounds, double-doubles, and blocks for the fourth consecutive season … Led Miami in scoring 10 times, in rebounds 38 times, in blocks 34 times and in steals eight times … Scored in double figures 39 times, including 11 games with 20-plus points … Grabbed double figure rebounds 35 times, including three games with at least 20 rebounds … Posted 28 double-doubles … Opened 74

the season with a 26-point, 22-reboiund effort at Orlando on Oct. 18 … Had season highs of 27 points and six blocks at Milwaukee on Jan. 17 … Sat out five games with a left knee contusion, 13 games with a left knee bone bruise, one game due to illness and nine games dealing with left hip pain … 2016-17: Appeared in 77 games (all starts) for Miami, averaging 17.0 points (55.7% FG, 62.8% FT), 14.1 rebounds, 2.09 blocks and 32.6 minutes … Named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending March 19 … Set franchise single-season records for defensive rebounds, total rebounds, rebounds per game and double-doubles … Topped the NBA in rebounds per game and ranked among the league leaders in defensive rebounds (2nd), total rebounds (3rd), offensive rebounds per game (4th), blocks per game (4th), double-doubles (t-4th), offensive rebounds (6th) and field goal percentage (8th) … Became the first player in franchise history to score 1,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds in the same season … Topped Miami in points 24 times, in rebounds 75 times, in blocks 49 times, and steals nine times … Scored in double figures 66 times, including 28 games with at least 20 points and four games with 30-plus points … Had double-digit rebounds 66 times and amassed 58 double-doubles … Had 15 consecutive double-doubles from Feb. 25 to March 26 … Had at least 20 rebounds in seven games … Recorded five games of at least 20 points and 20 rebounds … Missed four games due to a right retinal contusion and one game with a sprained right ankle … 2015-16: Appeared in 73 games (43 starts) for Miami, averaging 14.2 points (60.6% FG, 65.0% FT), 11.8 rebounds, 3.68 blocks and 29.1 minutes … Named to the NBA All-Defensive Second Team and finished third in voting for Defensive Player of the Year … Led the NBA in blocks and ranked among the league leaders in field goal percentage (3rd), total rebounds (3rd), rebounds per game (3rd), defensive rebounds per game (5th), offensive rebounds (t-7th), defensive rebounds (7th) and offensive rebounds per game (9th) … His 269 blocks were 92 more than the next highest player in the NBA and were the second-most in franchise history for a single season … Led Miami in field goal percentage, offensive, defensive and total rebounds and blocks … Led Miami in points 10 times, blocks 62 times, rebounds 55 times and steals 14 times … Scored in double figures 53 times, including 16 games with at least 20 points … Grabbed double figure rebounds 54 times … Had three games of 10-plus blocks … Posted a team-high 41 double-doubles … Recorded three triple-doubles … Became the second player in league history to shoot over 60.0% from the field and block at least 250 shots, joining Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1979-80) … Scored a season-high 27 points vs. Brooklyn on March 28 … Recorded a seasonhigh 23 rebounds against Washington on Feb. 20 … Blocked a season-high 11 shots


PLAYOFFS In 15 games (all starts) over two postseason appearance with Miami, holds averages of 9.7 points (62.9% FG, 59.6% FT), 9.3 rebounds, 2.27 blocks and 24.5 minutes … 2018: In five games (all starts) in a first round series against Philadelphia, averaged 5.2 points (45.0% FG, 61.5% FT), 6.0 rebounds, 1.20 blocks and 15.4 minutes … 2016: Started all 10 games for Miami in which he appeared, averaging 12.0 points (68.1% FG, 59.1% FT), 10.9 rebounds, 2.80 blocks and 29.1 minutes … Missed four games due to injury … Led the Heat in field goal percentage, blocks, double-doubles, offensive rebounds and total rebounds … Scored in double figures seven times, including one 20 point performance … Posted six double-doubles … Recorded 21 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks in his first career playoff game in the first round against Charlotte on April 17.

COLLEGE Played one season at Marshall University in 2009-10, averaging 13.2 points (52.4% FG, 58.8% FT), 8.9 rebounds, 5.35 blocks and 26.1 minutes in 34 games (23 starts) … Was named the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year after setting school records for single-season and career blocks (182), leading the nation while finishing with the second-most blocks ever by a freshman and the fourth-highest single-season total in Division I history … His 182 blocks also set the Conference USA single-season record … Earned AP Honorable Mention and Sporting News Second-Team All-America honors … Was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team and All-Defensive Team and earned All C-USA Second Team honors … Recorded the First triple-double in Conference USA and Marshall history when he tallied 17 points, 14 rebounds and 11 blocked shots against Brecia on Dec. 16, 2009 … Led the NCAA with three triple-doubles. PERSONAL Full name is Hassan Niam Whiteside … Is the son of Hasson Arbubakrr and Debbie Whiteside … Has six brothers and three sisters … Has one son … His father played in the NFL for the Minnesota Vikings and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as well as in the CFL … Is active in causes which bring awareness to autism and is inspired by his brother Nassan who is autistic … Traveled to Africa in the summer of 2018 to participate in the 16th edition of Basketball Without Borders Africa and played in the 2018 NBA Africa Game … Was hit by a car as a 10-year old, suffering a broken leg and requiring a defibrillator to be woken up after surgery.

NBA REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM G-GS 10-11 Sacramento 1-0 11-12 Sacramento 18-0 14-15 Miami 48-32 15-16 Miami 73-43 16-17 Miami 77-77 17-18 Miami 54-54 18-19 Miami 72-53 TOTALS 343-259

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST 2 0 0 --0 0 --0 0 --0 0 0 0 109 12 27 .444 0 0 --5 12 .417 16 23 39 0 1142 243 387 .628 0 0 --- 78 156 .500 145 337 482 6 2125 413 682 .606 0 0 --- 214 329 .650 238 627 865 30 2513 542 973 .557 0 0 --- 225 358 .628 293 795 1088 57 1364 312 578 .540 2 2 1.000 128 182 .703 174 444 618 54 1674 388 680 .571 2 16 .125 109 243 .449 257 560 817 56 8929 1910 3327 .574 4 18 .222 759 1280 .593 1123 2786 3909 203

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 2-0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 12-0 3 5 15 29 2.2 0.0 1.6 129-1 27 58 123 564 10.0 0.1 11.8 201-2 44 137 269 1040 11.8 0.4 14.2 226-2 57 154 161 1309 14.1 0.7 17.0 131-2 37 92 94 754 11.4 1.0 14.0 192-0 46 97 136 887 11.3 0.8 12.3 893-7 214 543 798 4583 11.4 0.6 13.4

NBA PLAYOFF STATISTICS SEASON/TEAM 2016 Miami 2018 Miami TOTALS

G-GS 10-10 5-5 15-15

MIN FGM 291 47 77 9 368 56

FGA 69 20 89

— 3-Pt. FG — –Rebounds– PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST .681 0 0 --- 26 44 .591 26 83 109 3 .450 0 0 --8 13 .615 10 20 30 1 .629 0 0 --- 34 57 .596 36 103 139 4

— Averages— PF-DQ STL TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 34-1 8 13 28 120 10.9 0.3 12.0 16-0 0 12 6 26 6.0 0.2 5.2 50-1 8 25 34 146 9.3 0.3 9.7

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WHITESIDE

at Denver on Jan. 15 … Missed one game due to a sore right knee, one game with right knee tendinitis, six games with a strained left hip and one game due to suspension … 2014-15: Split the season between Miami and Memphis, appearing in 48 games (32 starts), all with Miami, and posting averages of 11.8 points (62.8% FG, 50.0% FT), 10.0 rebounds, 2.56 blocks and 23.8 minutes … Signed by the Heat on Nov. 24 after being waived by Memphis on Nov. 22 … Finished fourth in voting for the NBA’s Most Improved Player Award … Set the Miami single-season record for field goal percentage … Led Miami in offensive, defensive and total rebounds, rebounds per game, field goal percentage, blocks and double-doubles … Led Miami in scoring seven times, rebounds and blocks 36 times each and steals four times … Scored in double figures on 34 occasions, including four games of 20-plus points … Grabbed double-figure rebounds 24 times, including four games with 20-plus rebounds … Logged 22 double-doubles and one triple-double … Recorded 14 points, 13 rebounds and a franchise-record 12 blocks in 24:37 of action at Chicago on Jan. 25, becoming the first player in NBA history to record a triple-double with blocks in less than 25 minutes of action since blocks became an official stat in 1973 … Had 16 points and 24 rebounds vs. Dallas on Jan. 30, including 14 rebounds in the first quarter … Recorded the first 20-point/20-rebound game of his career with 24 points and 20 rebounds at Minnesota on Feb. 4 … Recorded a career-high 25 rebounds against the L.A. Lakers on March 4 … Missed one game with a left toe injury, four games with a sprained right ankle, four games with a right hand laceration and one game due to an NBA-imposed suspension … 2011-12: Played in 18 games for Sacramento, averaging 1.6 points (44.4% FG, 41.7% FT), 2.2 rebounds, 0.83 blocks and 6.1 minutes … Led the Kings in rebounding once … Scored a season-high five points at Denver on March 5 … Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds against Houston on April 8 … Blocked a season-high three shots vs. Phoenix on April 3 … 2010-11: Appeared in one game for Sacramento in his rookie season, going scoreless in 1:45 of action at Minnesota on Oct. 27 … Missed the final 37 games of the season after suffering a partial patellar tendon tear in his left knee on Jan. 31.


PLAYER PROFILES

6 JAYLEN HOARD FORWARD / 6’9” / 220 lbs. BIRTHDATE March 30, 1999 BIRTHPLACE Le Havre, France COLLEGE Wake Forest HIGH SCHOOL Wesleyan Christian Acad. (High Point, N.C.) NBA EXPERIENCE None W/TRAIL BLAZERS None

HOW ACQUIRED/DRAFT BACKGROUND Signed a two-way NBA contract with the Trail Blazers on July 3, 2019. Went undrafted in the 2019 NBA Draft. COLLEGE In one season at Wake Forest, averaged 13.1 points (45.8% FG, 22.6% 3-PT, 71.7% FT), 7.6 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 30.2 minutes in 31 games (30 starts) … Had three games of 20-plus points … Recorded seven double-doubles … Became the sixth Demon Deacon freshman to record at least 400 points and 200 rebounds … His seven double-doubles were the fifth-most by a Wake Forest freshman … Recorded 19 points and 17 rebounds against Pittsburgh on Feb. 5, marking the most rebounds by a Wake Forest freshman since Tim Duncan in 1994 … Had two games of at least 20 points and 15 rebounds … With 19 points and 13 rebounds vs. North Carolina A&T on Nov. 10, became the first Wake Forest freshman with a double-double in his collegiate debut since Al-Farouq Aminu in 2008-09.

PERSONAL Born March 30, 1999 in Le Havre, France … Son of Katia and Antwon Hoard … Played for the Trail Blazers in the 2019 NBA Summer League, posting averages of 8.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 22.4 minutes in five games … Father played basketball at Murray State before an 18-year professional career overseas … Mother played college basketball at Washington and played on the French team at the 1994 FIBA Women’s World Championships … Younger sister, Anaia, has also played on French youth national teams.

NCAA STATISTICS (WAKE FOREST) SEASON/TEAM 18-19 Wake For. TOTALS

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— 3-Pt. FG — MIN FGM FGA PCT. FGM FGA PCT. FTM FTA 936 152 332 .458 12 53 .226 91 127 936 152 332 .458 12 53 .226 91 127

–Rebounds– PCT. OFF DEF TOT AST PF STL .717 80 156 236 47 68 19 .717 80 156 236 47 68 19

— Averages— TO BLK PTS RPG APG PPG 79 20 407 7.6 1.5 13.1 79 20 407 7.6 1.5 13.1


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The Trail Blazers believe our home court extends far beyond the arena and everything we do in our lives makes an impact, so we encourage fans to join us in our efforts to protect our planet and our community to ensure a brighter future for generations to come.

The Trail Blazers are committed to seeing all youth graduate from high school by supporting programs, investing resources, and raising awareness of successful youth and the schools and organizations that help them effectively navigate their academic journeys.

The Trail Blazers are committed to ensuring that youth have positive early experiences playing basketball by running year-round camps and clinics, supporting existing programs, and investing resources in the community that provide access to sport. www.trailblazers.com/community

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DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION STATEMENT Rip City brings people together to create lasting memories through the power of sports and entertainment. Our organization has an opportunity and responsibility to positively impact our staff, players, fans, and community. As such, we are committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion within our organization and our community, which includes: • Providing a safe and welcoming environment that champions differences and embraces the respectful open expression of ideas that are free from hateful, racist, profane, violent or harassing behaviors or comments. • Ensuring that our policies, practices and programs consider and seek to address societal inequities that disproportionately impact specific groups. • Utilizing our platform and resources to positively impact people throughout our community who have been underserved. • Cultivating a staff that reflects the community we serve and an inclusive culture where multiple perspectives are valued. We ask that you join us in this journey, and that you continue to advance this work within your own sphere of influence. We are all in this together—after all, we are all part of Rip City.

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Trail Blazers Ambassadors Portland Trail Blazers ambassadors engage in our community efforts by participating in important events, supporting local causes, and celebrating and promoting our fantastic partners.

Harry Glickman Glickman’s extensive involvement with sports in and around Oregon earned him the title of the “father” of professional sports in Oregon. Glickman graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Journalism in 1948 after serving in World War II. Glickman co-founded the Portland Trail Blazers in 1970 and served as the General Manager for the team from its inception until his retirement in 1987. Glickman was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1986 for his contributions to sport in Oregon and was cited as Portland, Oregon’s First Citizen of the Year in 1992. In 2019, Glickman received the John W. Bunn Lifetime Achievement Award from the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Bill Schonely Bill Schonely, also known as The Schonz and Mr. Rip City, was approached by Trail Blazers co-founder Harry Glickman in 1970 to assemble a radio network for the Blazers. One of Schonely’s most memorable moments in Trail Blazers history is coining the phrase “Rip City” during a game against the Los Angeles Lakers in 1970-71. Schonely has been recognized by various organizations for broadcasting. In 2002, he was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame and in 2012, he was awarded the Curt Gowdy Media Award from the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Brian Grant Brian Grant played 12 NBA seasons with Sacramento, Portland, Miami, LA Lakers and Phoenix from 1994-2006. Grant is known throughout Portland and other cities for his contributions to the community. During his time in the NBA, Grant started his own foundation to assist seriously ill children and their families and underserved youth. It was due to his generosity and selflessness, that Grant was awarded the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award in 1999. In 2010, after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Grant recreated the Brian Grant Foundation to empower people with Parkinson’s disease to live unique and fulfilling lives.

Bob Gross Bob Gross was born on August 3, 1953 in San Pedro, California. He attended Seattle University and played on their men’s basketball team from 1971-72. The following year he attended Long Beach State and played for their men’s basketball team from 197375 before being drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 1975 NBA Draft. Gross was part of the 1977 Portland Trail Blazers NBA Championship team and was awarded NBA All-Defensive Second Team honors in 1978. Gross’s number 30 jersey was retired on December 18, 2008 by the Portland Trail Blazers. He is one of 11 players to have his number retired by the Blazers.

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GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER SEASON & CAREER HIGHS KENT BAZEMORE

ZACH COLLINS (CONT’D)

2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 35 12/23/2018 ATL @ DET (Twice) FG 14 12/26/2018 IND @ ATL FG Att. 25 12/26/2018 IND @ ATL 3-PT FG 5 4/02/2019 ATL @ SA (Twice) 3-PT Att. 11 10/24/2018 DAL @ ATL FT 8 11/28/2018 ATL @ CHA FT Att. 10 11/28/2018 ATL @ CHA Off. Reb. 3 3/04/2019 ATL @ MIA (Twice) Def. Reb. 8 3/17/2019 ATL @ ORL Rebounds 8 3/17/2019 ATL @ ORL (3 times) Assists 8 12/08/2018 DEN @ ATL Steals 5 11/11/2018 ATL @ LAL Turnovers 5 2/25/2019 ATL @ HOU (6 times) Blocks 3 12/23/2018 ATL @ DET (Twice) Points 32 12/26/2018 IND @ ATL (Twice)

NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 31 12/23/2017 FG 7 4/03/2019 FG Att. 11 3/15/2019 3-PT FG 3 1/16/2019 3-PT Att. 5 4/01/2018 FT 8 10/27/2018 FT Att. 8 10/27/2018 Off. Reb. 6 1/30/2019 Def. Reb. 9 12/16/2017 Rebounds 10 3/06/2018 Assists 4 1/18/2019 Steals 3 12/11/2017 Turnovers 4 11/23/2018 Blocks 6 10/18/2018 Points 18 4/03/2019

NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 50 1/29/2017 FG ............... 14 12/26/2018 FG Att. 25 12/26/2018 3-PT FG 6 12/12/2017 3-PT Att. 11 10/24/2018 FT 10 10/29/2017 FT Att. 10 11/28/2018 Off. Reb. 6 2/07/2016 Def. Reb. 12 2/08/2016 Rebounds 13 2/08/2016 Assists 8 12/08/2018 Steals 6 3/19/2014 Turnovers 5 2/25/2019 Blocks 4 12/21/2016 Points 32 12/26/2018

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 29 5/09/2019 DEN @ POR FG 5 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN (3 times) FG Att. 11 4/17/2018 NO @ POR 3-PT FG 2 4/17/2018 NO @ POR 3-PT Att. 7 4/17/2018 NO @ POR FT 5 5/09/2019 DEN @ POR FT Att. 6 5/14/2019 POR @ GS Off. Reb. 4 5/18/2019 GS @ POR Def. Reb. 6 5/03/2019 DEN @ POR Rebounds 8 5/18/2019 GS @ POR (Twice) Assists 3 4/21/2018 POR @ NO (Twice) Steals 2 4/23/2019 OKC @ POR (Twice) Turnovers 3 5/03/2019 DEN @ POR (Twice) Blocks 5 5/09/2019 DEN @ POR Points 14 5/09/2019 DEN @ POR (Twice)

NY @ ATL IND @ ATL IND @ ATL ATL @ CLE DAL @ ATL MIL @ ATL ATL @ CHA (6 times) ATL @ ORL ORL @ ATL ORL @ ATL DEN @ ATL (3 times) SA @ LAL ATL @ HOU (21 times) MIN @ ATL IND @ ATL (Twice)

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes ...... 43 5/24/2015 ATL @ CLE FG ................. 8 4/22/2016 ATL @ BOS FG Att. 19 4/22/2016 ATL @ BOS 3-PT FG 4 4/26/2016 BOS @ ATL 3-PT Att. 10 5/02/2016 ATL @ CLE FT 8 4/16/2016 BOS @ ATL FT Att. 10 4/16/2016 BOS @ ATL Off. Reb. 4 5/02/2016 ATL @ CLE Def. Reb. 9 4/19/2016 BOS @ ATL Rebounds 12 5/02/2016 ATL @ CLE Assists 7 4/24/2017 WAS @ ATL Steals 3 4/24/2017 WAS @ ATL (3 times) Turnovers 7 4/28/2017 WAS @ ATL Blocks 2 4/19/2017 ATL @ WAS (5 times) Points 23 4/16/2016 BOS @ ATL

ZACH COLLINS

2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 27 4/01/2019 POR @ MIN (3 times) FG 7 4/03/2019 MEM @ POR (3 times) FG Att. 11 3/15/2019 POR @ NO 3-PT FG 3 1/16/2019 CLE @ POR 3-PT Att. 4 3/25/2019 BRK @ POR (4 times) FT 8 10/27/2018 POR @ MIA FT Att. 8 10/27/2018 POR @ MIA Off. Reb. 6 1/30/2019 UTA @ POR Def. Reb. 7 1/09/2019 CHI @ POR (3 times) Rebounds 9 3/29/2019 POR @ ATL (6 times) Assists 4 1/18/2019 NO @ POR (3 times) Steals 2 2/10/2019 POR @ DAL (Twice) Turnovers 4 11/23/2018 POR @ GS (3 times) Blocks 6 10/18/2018 LAL @ POR Points 18 4/03/2019 MEM @ POR

POR @ LAL MEM @ POR (4 times) POR @ NO CLE @ POR MEM @ POR (Twice) POR @ MIA POR @ MIA UTA @ POR POR @ CHA NY @ POR (Twice) NO @ POR (4 times) POR @ GS POR @ GS (4 times) LAL @ POR MEM @ POR

PAU GASOL 2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 23 11/04/2018 ORL @ SA (Twice) FG 6 1/26/2019 SA @ NO FG Att. 8 1/26/2019 SA @ NO 3-PT FG 1 3/10/2019 MIL @ SA (6 times) 3-PT Att. 2 11/04/2018 ORL @ SA (Twice) FT 4 10/22/2018 SA @ LAL FT Att. 6 11/04/2018 ORL @ SA Off. Reb. 5 10/27/2018 LAL @ SA Def. Reb. 11 1/09/2019 SA @ MEM Rebounds 12 1/09/2019 SA @ MEM (Twice) Assists 6 10/17/2018 MIN @ SA Steals 1 2/09/2019 SA @ UTA (5 times) Turnovers 2 10/29/2018 DAL @ SA Blocks 3 10/31/2018 SA @ PHO Points 13 1/26/2019 SA @ NO NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 56 12/19/2005 FG 17 1/10/2015 FG Att. 30 1/10/2015 3-PT FG 3 11/27/2017 3-PT Att. 7 11/25/2017 FT 15 1/06/2006 FT Att. 20 1/06/2006 Off. Reb. 11 4/09/2009 Def. Reb. 19 12/16/2009 Rebounds 22 3/29/2010 Assists 14 2/27/2016 Steals 4 3/11/2009 Turnovers 9 2/07/2007 Blocks 9 1/01/2015 Points 46 1/10/2015

DET @ MEM MIL @ CHI (4 times) MIL @ CHI DAL @ SA (8 times) SA @ CHA UTA @ MEM (3 times) UTA @ MEM DEN @ LAL LAL @ MIL LAL @ NO (Twice) POR @ CHI LAL @ HOU (Twice) MEM @ DAL (Twice) DEN @ CHI MIL @ CHI

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OWNERBLAZERS SEASON & CAREER HIGHS TRAIL PAU GASOL (CONT’D)

RODNEY HOOD (CONT’D)

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 49 6/11/2009 LAL @ ORL FG 14 4/20/2008 DEN @ LAL FG Att. 26 4/27/2005 MEM @ PHO 3-PT FG 2 4/17/2017 MEM @ SA (Twice) 3-PT Att. 3 5/03/2017 HOU @ SA (Twice) FT 11 6/06/2010 BOS @ LAL FT Att. 13 6/17/2010 BOS @ LAL (4 times) Off. Reb. 11 5/12/2012 DEN @ LAL Def. Reb. 15 4/21/2013 LAL @ SA Rebounds 19 5/29/2008 SA @ LAL Assists 10 4/26/2013 SA @ LAL Steals 3 5/29/2009 LAL @ DEN (Twice) Turnovers 6 4/21/2013 LAL @ SA (Twice) Blocks 6 6/06/2010 BOS @ LAL Points 36 4/20/2008 DEN @ LAL

NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 46 4/08/2016 FG 12 2/05/2018 FG Att. 26 2/09/2016 3-PT FG 8 3/28/2016 3-PT Att. 13 11/18/2017 FT 9 11/07/2017 FT Att. 10 11/07/2017 Off. Reb. 2 1/16/2019 Def. Reb. 8 4/08/2015 Rebounds 8 1/17/2018 Assists 8 4/11/2015 Steals 5 2/23/2016 Turnovers 5 2/18/2016 Blocks 3 11/07/2015 Points 32 1/02/2016

MARIO HEZONJA

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 40 5/20/2019 GS @ POR FG 8 5/09/2019 DEN @ POR FG Att. 17 4/25/2017 UTA @ LAC 3-PT FG 4 4/25/2017 UTA @ LAC 3-PT Att. 10 4/25/2017 UTA @ LAC FT 7 5/14/2019 POR @ GS FT Att. 9 5/09/2019 DEN @ POR Off. Reb. 3 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN (Twice) Def. Reb. 5 6/08/2018 GS @ CLE (3 times) Rebounds 8 6/08/2018 GS @ CLE Assists 3 5/05/2019 DEN @ POR (4 times) Steals 2 5/20/2019 GS @ POR (3 times) Turnovers 2 5/05/2019 DEN @ POR (7 times) Blocks 3 5/01/2019 POR @ DEN Points 25 5/09/2019 DEN @ POR

2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 42 4/05/2019 NY @ HOU FG 12 4/07/2019 WAS @ NY FG Att. 22 4/03/2019 NY @ ORL 3-PT FG 4 3/20/2019 UTA @ NY 3-PT Att. 8 10/24/2018 NY @ MIA FT 8 3/17/2019 LAL @ NY FT Att. 8 3/17/2019 LAL @ NY Off. Reb. 2 4/07/2019 WAS @ NY (7 times) Def. Reb. 15 4/05/2019 NY @ HOU Rebounds 16 4/05/2019 NY @ HOU Assists 11 4/05/2019 NY @ HOU Steals 5 1/11/2019 IND @ NY (Twice) Turnovers 6 4/10/2019 DET @ NY Blocks 1 3/24/2019 LAC @ NY (8 times) Points 30 4/07/2019 WAS @ NY NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 42 4/05/2019 FG 12 4/07/2019 FG Att. 22 4/03/2019 3-PT FG 8 12/17/2017 3-PT Att. 12 12/17/2017 FT 8 3/17/2019 FT Att. 8 3/17/2019 Off. Reb. 3 3/10/2017 Def. Reb. 15 4/05/2019 Rebounds 16 4/05/2019 Assists 11 4/05/2019 Steals 5 1/11/2019 Turnovers 6 4/10/2019 Blocks 3 4/04/2018 Points 30 4/07/2019

NY @ HOU (Twice) WAS @ NY NY @ ORL ORL @ DET ORL @ DET LAL @ NY LAL @ NY (Twice) ORL @ CHA NY @ HOU NY @ HOU NY @ HOU IND @ NY (3 times) DET @ NY DAL @ ORL (6 times) WAS @ NY

RODNEY HOOD 2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 43 3/25/2019 BRK @ POR FG 10 11/23/2018 CLE @ PHI FG Att. 20 11/23/2018 CLE @ PHI 3-PT Att. 5 11/23/2018 CLE @ PHI 3-PT Att. 9 12/05/2018 GS @ CLE FT 6 3/03/2019 POR @ CHA (6 times) FT Att. 8 12/18/2018 CLE @ IND Off. Reb. 2 1/16/2019 CLE @ POR (4 times) Def. Reb. 5 1/04/2019 UTA @ CLE (4 times) Rebounds 6 12/18/2018 CLE @ IND Assists 4 3/29/2019 POR @ ATL (6 times) Steals 3 4/05/2019 POR @ DEN (Twice) Turnovers 4 11/30/2018 CLE @ BOS Blocks 2 3/18/2019 IND @ POR Points 27 3/03/2019 POR @ CHA

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SKAL LABISSIERE 2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 41 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR FG 12 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR FG Att. 17 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR 3-PT FG 2 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR (Twice) 3-PT Att. 3 12/17/2018 SAC @ MIN (Twice) FT 3 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR FT Att. 4 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR (Twice) Off. Reb. 4 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR Def. Reb. 11 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR Rebounds 15 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR Assists 3 3/27/2019 POR @ CHI Steals 2 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR Turnovers 2 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR (Twice) Blocks 1 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR (6 times) Points 29 4/10/2019 SAC @ POR NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 41 4/10/2019 FG 12 4/10/2019 FG Att. 17 4/10/2019 3-PT FG 3 3/16/2018 3-PT Att. 5 3/25/2018 FT 9 11/11/2017 FT Att. 11 3/15/2017 Off. Reb. 7 1/02/2018 Def. Reb. 11 4/10/2019 Rebounds 15 4/10/2019 Assists 8 3/24/2017 Steals 3 1/19/2018 Turnovers 5 10/18/2017 Blocks 4 3/13/2017 Points 32 3/15/2017

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CJ MCCOLLUM

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 5 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN FG 1 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN FG Att. 2 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN 3-PT Att. 1 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN (Twice) FT Att. 1 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN Points 2 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN

2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 45 3/07/2019 OKC @ POR FG 17 11/06/2018 MIL @ POR FG Att. 27 12/12/2018 POR @ MEM 3-PT FG 7 3/01/2019 POR @ TOR (5 times) 3-PT Att. 14 2/05/2019 MIA @ POR FT 7 12/27/2018 POR @ GS FT Att. 7 1/26/2019 ATL @ POR (3 times) Off. Reb. 3 11/25/2018 LAC @ POR (Twice) Def. Reb. 9 2/07/2019 SA @ POR Rebounds 10 1/26/2019 ATL @ POR Assists 10 1/26/2019 ATL @ POR Steals 4 11/06/2018 MIL @ POR Turnovers 4 1/22/2019 POR @ OKC (5 times) Blocks 2 2/21/2019 POR @ BRK (3 times) Points 40 12/12/2018 POR @ MEM (Twice)

DAMIAN LILLARD 2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 48 3/25/2019 BRK @ POR FG 15 3/07/2019 OKC @ POR (Twice) FG Att. 30 3/25/2019 BRK @ POR 3-PT FG 10 11/28/2018 ORL @ POR 3-PT Att. 16 3/25/2019 BRK @ POR FT 18 3/07/2019 OKC @ POR FT Att. 20 3/07/2019 OKC @ POR Off. Reb. 4 2/21/2019 POR @ BRK Def. Reb. 8 1/30/2019 UTA @ POR (3 times) Rebounds 8 3/30/2019 POR @ DET (10 times) Assists 15 3/18/2019 IND @ POR Steals 5 2/07/2019 SA @ POR (Twice) Turnovers 7 12/30/2018 PHI @ POR Blocks 4 1/11/2019 CHA @ POR Points 51 3/07/2019 OKC @ POR NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 53 12/19/2014 FG 18 3/27/2018 FG Att. 34 4/08/2017 3-PT FG 10 11/28/2018 3-PT Att. 16 3/25/2019 FT 18 3/07/2019 FT Att. 20 3/07/2019 Off. Reb. 5 3/25/2018 Def. Reb. 17 3/04/2015 Rebounds 18 3/04/2015 Assists 16 12/20/2016 Steals 6 2/19/2016 Turnovers 8 4/14/2013 Blocks 4 1/11/2019 Points 59 4/08/2017

POR @ SA POR @ NO (3 times) UTA @ POR ORL @ POR BRK @ POR (Twice) OKC @ POR OKC @ POR POR @ OKC POR @ LAC POR @ LAC POR @ SAC GS @ POR POR @ DEN CHA @ POR UTA @ POR

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 58 5/03/2019 DEN @ POR FG 17 4/23/2019 OKC @ POR FG Att. 33 4/23/2019 OKC @ POR 3-PT FG 10 4/23/2019 OKC @ POR 3-PT Att. 18 4/23/2019 OKC @ POR (Twice) FT 13 5/09/2016 GS @ POR FT Att. 16 5/09/2016 GS @ POR Off. Reb. 3 5/07/2016 GS @ POR Def. Reb. 10 5/12/2019 POR @ DEN Rebounds 10 5/12/2019 POR @ DEN Assists 12 5/20/2019 GS @ POR Steals 4 5/01/2016 POR @ GS (Twice) Turnovers 8 4/19/2018 POR @ NO Blocks 2 4/16/2019 OKC @ POR Points 50 4/23/2019 OKC @ POR

NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 46 1/21/2017 FG 18 1/31/2018 FG Att. 31 1/04/2017 3-PT FG 7 3/01/2019 3-PT Att. 14 2/05/2019 FT 14 12/28/2017 FT Att. 14 12/28/2017 Off. Reb. 4 4/09/2018 Def. Reb. 10 11/01/2017 Rebounds 11 12/27/2015 Assists 10 1/26/2019 Steals 5 3/26/2016 Turnovers 8 11/13/2015 Blocks 3 1/13/2017 Points 50 1/31/2018

POR @ BOS CHI @ POR POR @ GS POR @ TOR (6 times) MIA @ POR PHI @ POR PHI @ POR POR @ DEN (Twice) POR @ UTA POR @ SAC ATL @ POR (Twice) PHI @ POR (Twice) POR @ MEM ORL @ POR (4 times) CHI @ POR

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 60 5/03/2019 DEN @ POR FG 17 5/12/2019 POR @ DEN FG Att. 39 5/03/2019 DEN @ POR 3-PT FG 7 4/29/2015 POR @ MEM 3-PT Att. 11 5/03/2019 DEN @ POR (Twice) FT 8 4/25/2015 MEM @ POR FT Att. 12 5/18/2019 GS @ POR Off. Reb. 3 4/22/2017 GS @ POR (3 times) Def. Reb. 8 5/12/2019 POR @ DEN Rebounds 9 5/12/2019 POR @ DEN Assists 7 5/20/2019 GS @ POR (Twice) Steals 4 5/03/2019 DEN @ POR Turnovers 5 4/19/2017 POR @ GS (Twice) Blocks 2 5/20/2019 GS @ POR (4 times) Points 41 5/03/2019 DEN @ POR (Twice)

JUSUF NURKIC 2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 38 1/01/2019 POR @ SAC FG 13 3/25/2019 BRK @ POR FG Att. 24 3/25/2019 BRK @ POR 3-PT FG 1 11/28/2018 ORL @ POR (3 times) 3-PT Att. 2 11/03/2018 LAL @ POR (4 times) FT 14 1/01/2019 POR @ SAC FT Att. 16 1/01/2019 POR @ SAC Off. Reb. 9 10/22/2018 WAS @ POR Def. Reb. 18 1/01/2019 POR @ SAC Rebounds 23 1/01/2019 POR @ SAC Assists 10 1/16/2019 CLE @ POR Steals 5 1/01/2019 POR @ SAC Turnovers 6 12/08/2018 MIN @ POR Blocks 6 1/21/2019 POR @ UTA (Twice) Points 32 3/25/2019 BRK @ POR

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OWNERBLAZERS SEASON & CAREER HIGHS TRAIL JUSUF NURKIC (CONT’D) NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 39 4/13/2016 FG 13 3/25/2019 FG Att. 24 3/25/2019 3-PT FG 1 11/28/2018 3-PT Att. 2 11/03/2018 FT 14 1/01/2019 FT Att. 16 1/01/2019 Off. Reb. 9 10/22/2018 Def. Reb. 18 1/01/2019 Rebounds 23 1/01/2019 Assists 10 1/16/2019 Steals 5 1/01/2019 Turnovers 8 4/13/2016 Blocks 6 1/21/2019 Points 33 3/28/2017

DEN @ POR BRK @ POR BRK @ POR ORL @ POR (3 times) LAL @ POR (4 times) POR @ SAC POR @ SAC (Twice) WAS @ POR POR @ SAC POR @ SAC CLE @ POR POR @ SAC (Twice) DEN @ POR POR @ UTA (3 times) DEN @ POR

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 33 4/21/2018 POR @ NO FG 9 4/21/2018 POR @ NO FG Att. 13 4/21/2018 POR @ NO 3-PT Att. 1 4/22/2017 GS @ POR FT 5 4/14/2018 NO @ POR FT Att. 5 4/14/2018 NO @ POR Off. Reb. 5 4/21/2018 POR @ NO Def. Reb. 11 4/22/2017 GS @ POR Rebounds 11 4/21/2018 POR @ NO (3 times) Assists 4 4/22/2017 GS @ POR Steals 3 4/21/2018 POR @ NO Turnovers 3 4/22/2017 GS @ POR Blocks 2 4/21/2018 POR @ NO (Twice) Points 18 4/21/2018 POR @ NO

ANFERNEE SIMONS NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 48 4/10/2019 FG 13 4/10/2019 FG Att. 21 4/10/2019 3-PT FG 7 4/10/2019 3-PT Att. 11 4/10/2019 FT 4 4/10/2019 FT Att. 6 4/10/2019 Off. Reb. 3 4/10/2019 Def. Reb. 3 4/10/2019 Rebounds 6 4/10/2019 Assists 9 4/10/2019 Steals 1 4/10/2019 Turnovers 2 4/10/2019 Points 37 4/10/2019

SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR (Twice) SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR (3 times) SAC @ POR

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 5 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN FG Att. 3 5/14/2019 POR @ GS 3-PT Att. 2 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN FT 2 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN (Twice) FT Att. 3 4/19/2019 POR @ OKC Steals 1 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN Points 2 5/07/2019 POR @ DEN (Twice)

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ANTHONY TOLLIVER 2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 30 3/29/2019 GS @ MIN (Twice) FG 6 2/23/2019 MIN @ MIL FG Att. 9 2/28/2019 MIN @ IND (3 times) 3-PT FG 5 2/23/2019 MIN @ MIL 3-PT Att. 8 2/28/2019 MIN @ IND (Twice) FT 5 3/29/2019 GS @ MIN FT Att. 6 3/29/2019 GS @ MIN Off. Reb. 2 11/12/2018 BRK @ MIN (Twice) Def. Reb. 9 3/29/2019 GS @ MIN Rebounds 9 3/29/2019 GS @ MIN 4 3/12/2019 MIN @ DEN Assists Steals 2 10/19/2018 CLE @ MIN Turnovers 3 3/10/2019 NY @ MIN Blocks 3 4/09/2019 TOR @ MIN (Twice) Points 17 2/23/2019 MIN @ MIL NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 48 4/14/2010 FG 14 4/07/2010 FG Att. 22 4/07/2010 3-PT FG 7 4/04/2018 3-PT Att. 12 3/24/2018 FT 11 3/31/2010 FT Att. 12 3/31/2010 Off. Reb. 8 3/27/2010 Def. Reb. 13 3/27/2010 Rebounds 21 3/27/2010 Assists 6 11/05/2010 Steals 4 3/17/2010 Turnovers 4 2/25/2017 Blocks 4 3/27/2011 Points 34 4/07/2010

GS @ POR GS @ MIN GS @ MIN PHI @ DET CHI @ DET GS @ UTA GS @ UTA DAL @ GS DAL @ GS DAL @ GS ATL @ MIN NO @ GS CHA @ SAC (Twice) BOS @ MIN (Twice) GS @ MIN

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 21 4/29/2013 IND @ ATL FG 3 4/29/2013 IND @ ATL FG Att. 4 4/27/2013 IND @ ATL 3-PT FG 3 4/29/2013 IND @ ATL 3-PT Att. 3 4/29/2013 IND @ ATL (Twice) FT 3 4/28/2014 MIA @ CHA FT Att. 3 4/28/2014 MIA @ CHA Off. Reb. 1 4/24/2016 CLE @ DET (5 times) Def. Reb. 2 4/22/2016 CLE @ DET (4 times) Rebounds 3 5/03/2013 IND @ ATL (Twice) Assists 1 4/20/2016 DET @ CLE (3 times) Steals 1 4/29/2013 IND @ ATL Turnovers 1 5/03/2013 IND @ ATL Blocks 1 4/24/2016 CLE @ DET (Twice) Points 9 4/29/2013 IND @ ATL

GARY TRENT JR. NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 48 4/10/2019 FG 8 4/10/2019 FG Att. 19 4/10/2019 3-PT FG 2 11/16/2018 3-PT Att. 5 4/10/2019 FT 2 4/10/2019 FT Att. 3 4/10/2019 Off. Reb. 1 4/03/2019 Def. Reb. 2 4/10/2019 Rebounds 2 4/10/2019 Assists 3 4/10/2019 Steals 1 4/10/2019 Turnovers 1 4/10/2019 Blocks 1 4/10/2019 Points 19 4/10/2019

SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR POR @ MIN SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR MEM @ POR SAC @ POR (Twice) SAC @ POR (Twice) SAC @ POR SAC @ POR SAC @ POR (4 times) SAC @ POR (Twice) SAC @ POR


GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER SEASON & CAREER HIGHS HASSAN WHITESIDE 2018-19 NBA SEASON HIGHS Minutes 35 11/10/2018 WAS @ MIA FG 4 2/25/2019 PHO @ MIA FG Att. 21 11/20/2018 BRK @ MIA 3-PT FG 1 11/12/2018 PHI @ MIA (Twice) 3-PT Att. 2 1/06/2019 MIA @ ATL (4 times) FT 9 11/07/2018 SA @ MIA FT Att. 11 11/07/2018 SA @ MIA Off. Reb. 11 11/20/2018 BRK @ MIA Def. Reb. 19 10/29/2018 SAC @ MIA Rebounds 24 10/29/2018 SAC @ MIA Assists 3 2/10/2019 MIA @ GS (4 times) Steals 4 2/05/2019 MIA @ POR Turnovers 6 10/29/2018 SAC @ MIA Blocks 9 11/07/2018 SA @ MIA Points 29 2/25/2019 PHO @ MIA (Twice) NBA CAREER HIGHS Minutes 47 12/20/2016 FG 14 2/25/2019 FG Att. 22 12/20/2016 3-PT FG 1 11/12/2018 3-PT Att. 2 1/06/2019 FT 10 2/25/2017 FT Att. 16 4/11/2015 Off. Reb. 11 11/20/2018 Def. Reb. 19 10/29/2018 Rebounds 25 11/15/2016 Assists 4 3/29/2018 Steals 4 2/05/2019 Turnovers 7 1/22/2018 Blocks 12 1/25/2015 Points 32 12/20/2016

ORL @ MIA PHO @ MIA (3 times) ORL @ MIA PHI @ MIA (4 times) MIA @ ATL (4 times) IND @ MIA (Twice) TOR @ MIA BRK @ MIA SAC @ MIA (Twice) ATL @ MIA (Twice) CHI @ MIA (Twice) MIA @ POR MIA @ HOU (Twice) MIA @ CHI ORL @ MIA (Twice)

NBA CAREER POSTSEASON HIGHS Minutes 39 5/05/2016 MIA @ TOR (Twice) FG 9 4/17/2016 CHA @ MIA FG Att. 11 4/17/2016 CHA @ MIA FT 7 4/23/2016 MIA @ CHA FT Att. 11 4/23/2016 MIA @ CHA Off. Reb. 5 5/01/2016 CHA @ MIA Def. Reb. 15 5/03/2016 MIA @ TOR Rebounds 18 4/23/2016 MIA @ CHA Assists 1 4/14/2018 MIA @ PHI (4 times) Steals 3 5/05/2016 MIA @ TOR Turnovers 4 4/21/2018 PHI @ MIA (Twice) Blocks 5 5/01/2016 CHA @ MIA Points 21 4/17/2016 CHA @ MIA

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OWNER NBA STANDINGS 2018-19 WESTERN CONFERENCE NORTHWEST DIVISION W Denver (2) 54 Portland (3) 53 Utah (5) 50 Oklahoma City (6) 49 Minnesota 36

PACIFIC DIVISION Golden State (1) LA Clippers (8) Sacramento L.A. Lakers Phoenix

57 48 39 37 19

L 28 29 32 33 46

Pct. GB .659 --.646 1 .310 4 .598 5 .439 18

HOME 34-7 32-9 29-12 27-14 25-16

ROAD 20-21 21-20 21-20 22-19 11-30

25 34 43 45 63

.695 .585 .476 .451 .232

--9 18 20 38

30-11 26-15 24-17 22-19 12-29

27-14 22-19 15-26 15-26 7-34

.646 .585 .402 .402 .402

--5 20 20 20

31-10 32-9 21-20 19-22 24-17

22-19 16-25 12-29 14-27 9-32

SOUTHWEST DIVISION Houston (4) San Antonio (7) Memphis New Orleans Dallas Mavericks

53 48 33 33 33

29 34 49 49 49

Western Conference Totals

VS. OPPONENTS HOME ROAD TOTAL Pct. 1-1 0-2 1-3 .250 --------1-1 1-1 2-2 .500 0-2 0-2 0-4 .000 2-0 1-1 3-1 .750 4-4 2-6 6-10 .375 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 2-0 6-3

1-1 2-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 6-3

2-2 3-1 2-1 2-2 3-0 12-6

.500 .750 .667 .500 1.000 .667

1-0 1-1 2-1 2-0 0-2 2-2 2-0 0-2 2-2 2-0 1-0 3-0 2-0 0-2 2-2 9-0 2-7 11-7 19-7 10-16 29-23

.667 .500 .500 1.000 .500 .611 .558

EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION Toronto (2) Philadelphia (3) Boston (4) Brooklyn (6) New York

58 51 49 42 17

24 31 33 40 65

.707 .622 .598 .512 .207

--7 9 16 41

32-9 31-10 28-13 23-18 9-32

26-15 20-21 21-20 19-22 8-33

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

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

1-1 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 9-1

.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .900

22 34 41 60 63

.732 .585 .500 .268 .232

--12 19 38 41

33-8 29-12 26-15 9-32 13-28

27-14 19-22 15-26 13-28 6-35

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

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

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

.500 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .800

.512 .476 .476 .390 .354

--3 3 10 13

25-16 25-16 19-22 22-19 17-24

17-24 14-27 20-21 10-31 12-29

Eastern Conference Totals

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

1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 4-1 11-4

2-0 2-0 0-2 1-1 2-0 7-3 24-6

1.000 1.000 .000 .500 1.000 .700 .800

TRAIL BLAZERS NBA TOTALS

32-9 21-20 53-29

.646

CENTRAL DIVISION Milwaukee (1) Indiana (5) Detroit (8) Chicago Cleveland

60 48 41 22 19

SOUTHEAST DIVISION Orlando (7) Charlotte Miami Washington Atlanta

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42 39 39 32 29

40 43 43 50 53


GENERALNBA 2018-19 MANAGER HONORS Award Winners Kia NBA Most Valuable Player .............................................. Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks NBA Coach of the Year ................................................................... Mike Budenholzer, Milwaukee Bucks Kia Defensive Player of the Year .........................................................................Rudy Gobert, Utah Jazz Kia Sixth Man Award ....................................................................................... Lou Williams, LA Clippers Kia Most Improved Player ...................................................................... Pascal Siakam, Toronto Raptors Kia Rookie of the Year.............................................................................. Luka Doncic, Dallas Mavericks NBA Sportsmanship Award ....................................................................Mike Conley, Memphis Grizzlies J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award .....................................Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers NBA Executive of the Year ........................................................................... Jon Horst, Milwaukee Bucks

2018-19

All-NBA

First Team F Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee F Paul George, Oklahoma City C Nikola Jokic, Denver G James Harden, Houston G Stephen Curry, Golden State Second Team F Kevin Durant, Golden State F Kawhi Leonard, Toronto C Joel Embiid, Philadelphia G Damian Lillard, Portland G Kyrie Irving, Boston Third Team F Blake Griffin, Detroit F LeBron James, L.A. Lakers C Rudy Gobert, Utah G Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City G Kemba Walker, Charlotte

All-Rookie

All-Defensive

First Team Luka Doncic, Dallas Trae Young, Atlanta Deandre Ayton, Phoenix Jaren Jackson Jr., Memphis Marvin Bagley III, Sacramento Second Team Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, LA Clippers Collin Sexton, Cleveland Landry Shamet, LA Clippers Mitchell Robinson, New York Kevin Huerter, Atlanta

First Team Rudy Gobert, Utah Paul George, Oklahoma City Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Marcus Smart, Boston Eric Bledsoe, Milwaukee Second Team Jrue Holiday, New Orleans Klay Thompson, Golden State Joel Embiid, Philadelphia Draymond Green, Golden State Kawhi Leonard, Toronto

NBA Players of the Week

NBA Monthly Awards

Week

Month

Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Eastern

Kemba Walker, Cha.

Western

Nikola Jokic, Den. Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. Stephen Curry, GSW Victor Oladipo, Ind. Russell Westbrook, OKC Pascal Siakim, Tor. CJ McCollum, Por. Nikola Vucevic, Orl. Anthony Davis, NOP Nov. 26 Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. Tobias Harris, LAC Dec. 3 Kawhi Leonard, Tor. Paul Millsap, Den. Dec. 10 Bradley Beal, Was. Stephen Curry, GSW Dec. 17 Trae Young, Atl. James Harden, Hou. Dec. 24 Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. Paul George, OKC Dec. 31 Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. James Harden, Hou. Jan. 7 Joel Embiid, Phi. Nikola Jokic, Den. Jan. 14 Kawhi Leonard, Tor. Donovan Mitchell, Utah Jan. 21 D'Angelo Russell, Bkn. James Harden, Hou. Jan. 28 Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. Paul George, OKC Feb. 4 Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. Nikola Jokic, Den. Feb. 11 Bojan Bogdanovic, Ind. Paul George, OKC March 4 Ben Simmons, Phi. Donovan Mitchell, Utah March 11 Andre Drummond, Det. Mike Conley, Mem. March 18 Bradley Beal, Was. Rudy Gobert, Utah March 25 Trae Young, Atl. James Harden, Hou. April 1 Andre Drummond, Det. Damian Lillard, Por. April 8 Kemba Walker, Cha. Russell Westbrook, OKC

Player

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

Coach

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

Rookie

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

Eastern

Western

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. Tobias Harris, LAC Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. James Harden, Hou.

Joel Embiid, Phi.

James Harden, Hou.

Nick Nurse, Tor. Nate McMillan, Ind. Mike Budenholzer, Mil. Mike Budenholzer, Mil. Steve Clifford, Cha.

Doc Rivers, LAC Mike D'Antoni, Hou. Steve Kerr, GSW Terry Stotts, Por. Terry Stotts, Por.

Trae Young, Atl. Kevin Knox, NYK Trae Young, Atl. Trae Young, Atl. Trae Young, Atl.

Luka Doncic, Dal. Luka Doncic, Dal. Luka Doncic, Dal. Luka Doncic, Dal. Luka Doncic, Dal.

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. Paul George, OKC Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mil. James Harden, Hou.

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OWNER RECORD BY LINEUP, SCORING, INJURIES 2018-19 RECORD BY STARTING LINEUP LINEUP

W

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PCT.

Aminu, Harkless, Nurkic, Layman, Lillard Aminu, Turner, Nurkic, McCollum, Lillard Aminu, Harkless, Kanter, McCollum, Lillard Labissiere, Layman, Leonard, Trent, Simons Aminu, Harkless, Nurkic, McCollum, Curry Aminu, Harkless, Leonard, McCollum, Lillard Aminu, Harkless, Nurkic, Curry, Lillard Aminu, Hood, Nurkic, McCollum, Lillard Aminu, Harkless, Kanter, Layman, Lillard Aminu, Harkless, Kanter, Hood, Lillard Aminu, Layman, Nurkic, McCollum, Lillard Aminu, Harkless, Nurkic, McCollum, Lillard TOTAL - 12 STARTING LINEUPS

4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 15 21 53

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 10 17 29

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 .667 .600 .553 .646

DOUBLE-DIGIT SCORING PLAYER

10-19

Al-Farouq Aminu Wade Baldwin IV Zach Collins Seth Curry Maurice Harkless Rodney Hood Enes Kanter Skal Labissiere Jake Layman Meyers Leonard Damian Lillard CJ McCollum Jusuf Nurkic Anfernee Simons Nik Stauskas Caleb Swanigan Gary Trent Jr. Evan Turner

32 --19 19 18 34 (9) 44 (12) --18 9 19 30 38 --7 1 1 23

20-29 4 ----5 2 8 (2) 12 (5) 1 4 --34 22 21 --1 -------

30-39 --------------------21 12 1 1 ---------

40+

--------------------6 2 -------------

GAMES MISSED DUE TO INJURY/ILLNESS PLAYER

Maurice Harkless CJ McCollum Jusuf Nurkic Evan Turner Seth Curry Anfernee Simons Caleb Swanigan Rodney Hood Enes Kanter Damian Lillard Nik Stauskas Gary Trent TOTAL

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GAMES

21 12 10 8 5 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 66

INJURY/ILLNESS

Left knee (20), Rest (1) Left ankle (1), Left knee (11) Right knee (1), Left leg (9) Left achilles inflammation (1), Left knee (6), Personal (1) Right knee (4), Left leg (1) Upper respiratory infection Right knee (1), personal (1) Right hip Personal Right knee (1) Left knee Gastroenteritis


GENERALTRAIL 2018-19 MANAGER BLAZERS STATISTICS

Lillard McCollum Nurkic Kanter Hood Aminu Curry Harkless Layman Turner Collins Stauskas Leonard Simons Labissiere Trent Swanigan Baldwin Portland Opponents

G 80 70 72 23 27 81 74 60 71 73 77 44 61 20 9 15 18 16 82 82

St Min FG 80 2838 681 70 2375 571 72 1974 420 8 512 124 4 659 98 81 2292 257 2 1399 212 53 1415 189 33 1327 216 2 1606 204 0 1356 189 0 673 96 2 878 132 1 141 28 1 63 13 1 111 16 0 145 14 0 94 10 - 19855 3470 - 19855 3371

FGA 1533 1243 826 215 217 593 465 388 424 443 400 229 242 63 19 50 44 33 7427 7384

Pct. .444 .459 .508 .577 .452 .433 .456 .487 .509 .460 .473 .419 .545 .444 .684 .320 .318 .303 .467 .457

3FG 237 167 3 3 29 96 113 33 59 11 40 43 50 10 2 5 1 2 904 878

3AT Pct. 643 .369 445 .375 29 .103 12 .250 84 .345 280 .343 251 .450 120 .275 181 .326 52 .212 121 .331 125 .344 111 .450 29 .345 2 1.000 21 .238 5 .200 9 .222 2520 .359 2443 .359

FT 468 159 282 50 33 150 44 49 50 75 94 32 43 9 3 3 6 8 1558 1438

FTA 513 192 365 68 41 173 52 73 71 106 126 36 51 16 6 7 7 11 1914 1868

Pct. .912 .828 .773 .735 .805 .867 .846 .671 .704 .708 .746 .889 .843 .563 .500 .429 .857 .727 .814 .770

Off 68 62 243 86 7 112 27 77 56 37 109 10 49 3 5 1 13 2 967 842

Def Reb Ast PF St 303 371 551 148 88 220 282 207 172 55 505 748 233 250 71 112 198 32 61 14 38 45 21 45 34 498 610 104 143 68 93 120 66 97 36 192 269 74 163 67 161 217 53 116 31 291 328 283 110 33 215 324 71 174 25 70 80 62 31 14 184 233 75 105 13 10 13 13 9 1 14 19 5 8 3 10 11 5 4 1 39 52 7 22 4 13 15 12 11 1 2968 3935 1887 1669 546 2670 3512 1906 1699 603

TO 212 106 168 39 19 72 61 45 46 114 77 40 43 11 4 4 16 14 1135 1014

Blk 34 28 103 9 7 33 12 53 30 18 66 4 9 0 3 2 0 2 413 420

Pts 2067 1468 1125 301 258 760 581 460 541 494 512 267 357 75 31 40 35 30 9402 9058

Avg 25.8 21.0 15.6 13.1 9.6 9.4 7.9 7.7 7.6 6.8 6.6 6.1 5.9 3.8 3.4 2.7 1.9 1.9 114.7 110.5

GAMES WITH 10 OR MORE REB Nurkic ................ 43 Aminu ................ 18 Kanter .................. 7 Turner .................. 4 Leonard ............... 3 Harkless............... 2 Layman ................ 2 Swanigan ............. 2 Labissiere ............ 1 McCollum............. 1

TRIPLE-DOUBLES Turner .................. 2 McCollum............. 1 Nurkic .................. 1

PF Disqualifications: Nurkic - 9, Collins - 4, Aminu - 1, *Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

2018-19 TRAIL BLAZERS MISCELLANEOUS GAMES LED TEAM IN SCORING Lillard ................. 51 McCollum........... 19 Nurkic .................. 8 Hood .................... 2 Kanter .................. 2 Collins .................. 1 Curry.................... 1 Harkless............... 1 Simons................. 1

GAMES LED IN MINUTES PLAYED Lillard ................. 56 McCollum........... 25 Aminu .................. 2 Layman ................ 2 Hood .................... 1 Kanter .................. 1 Nurkic .................. 1 Simons................. 1 Trent Jr. ................ 1

GAMES LED TEAM IN REB Nurkic ................ 48 Aminu ................ 17 Kanter .................. 7 Collins .................. 6 Leonard ............... 4 Harkless............... 3 Layman ................ 3 Lillard ................... 3 McCollum............. 3 Turner .................. 3 Swanigan ............. 2 Labissiere ............ 1

GAMES LED TEAM IN STEALS Lillard ................. 28 Nurkic ................ 25 Harkless............. 23 Aminu ................ 19 Turner ................ 14 McCollum........... 12 Collins .................. 8 Layman ................ 7 Curry.................... 5 Hood .................... 5 Stauskas .............. 3 Kanter .................. 2 Labissiere ............ 2 Leonard ............... 2 Swanigan ............. 2

GAMES LED TEAM IN ASSISTS Lillard ................. 56 Turner ................ 14 Nurkic ................ 12 McCollum............. 6 Leonard ............... 2 Stauskas .............. 2 Curry.................... 1 Simons................. 1

GAMES WITH 20 OR MORE POINTS Lillard ................. 61 McCollum........... 36 Nurkic ................ 22 Curry.................... 5 Kanter .................. 5 Aminu .................. 4 Layman ................ 4 Harkless............... 2 Hood .................... 2 Labissiere ............ 1 Simons................. 1 Stauskas .............. 1 GAMES WITH 30 OR MORE POINTS Lillard ................. 27 McCollum........... 14 Nurkic .................. 1 Simons................. 1 GAMES WITH 10 OR MORE ASSISTS Lillard ................. 13 Turner .................. 2 McCollum............. 1 Nurkic .................. 1

GAMES ON INACTIVE LIST Trent Jr. .............. 45 Simons............... 42 Harkless............. 15 McCollum........... 12 Nurkic .................. 9 Swanigan ............. 9 Turner .................. 8 Baldwin IV............ 7 Labissiere ............ 5 Curry.................... 4 Hood .................... 2 Kanter .................. 1

DOUBLE-DOUBLES Nurkic ................ 36 Lillard ................. 13 Aminu ................ 12 Kanter .................. 7 Turner .................. 3 Harkless............... 2 Leonard ............... 2 Labissiere ............ 1 Layman ................ 1 McCollum............. 1 Swanigan ............. 1 DISQUALIFICATIONS

Nurkic .................. 9 Collins .................. 4 Aminu .................. 1

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OWNER HOME, ROAD STATISTICS 2018-19 HOME GAMES G St Min FG FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. FT FTA Lillard 39 39 1365 330 705 .468 126 316 .399 218 241 McCollum 34 34 1122 282 600 .470 79 224 .353 79 91 Nurkic 37 37 991 223 427 .522 2 16 .125 125 170 Kanter 8 2 163 38 73 .521 2 5 .400 11 17 10 1 260 38 73 .521 9 30 .300 13 16 Hood Aminu 40 40 1112 133 295 .451 50 140 .357 91 105 Layman 35 17 671 117 228 .513 36 101 .356 25 35 Curry 39 2 762 113 256 .441 63 142 .444 32 36 Collins 40 0 741 115 233 .494 25 68 .368 51 70 Turner 38 2 856 121 253 .478 6 32 .188 42 63 Stauskas 24 0 385 59 134 .440 29 79 .367 26 30 Harkless 29 26 .644 81 164 .494 18 59 .305 23 34 Leonard 32 2 527 82 148 .554 30 66 .455 27 32 Simons 13 1 95 19 41 .463 9 22 .409 8 12 Labissiere 5 1 51 12 18 .667 2 2 1.000 3 6 Trent 10 1 91 10 36 .278 2 14 .143 3 7 Baldwin 9 0 55 6 21 .286 0 6 .000 7 9 Swanigan 10 0 72 6 22 .273 1 4 .250 3 4 Portland 41 - 9965 1785 3727 .479 489 1326 .369 787 978 Opponents 41 - 9965 1674 3723 .450 443 1226 .361 712 906 PF disqualifications: Nurkic - 4, Collins - 3, Portland Total - 7, Opponent Total - 8.

Pct. .905 .868 .735 .647 .813 .867 .714 .889 .729 .667 .867 .676 .844 .667 .500 .429 .778 .750 .805 .786

Off 30 32 142 35 2 41 28 13 64 24 6 27 34 3 4 1 1 6 793 417

Def Reb Ast 143 173 289 119 151 97 243 385 122 38 73 9 14 16 15 242 283 43 84 112 28 51 64 37 116 180 36 166 190 153 44 50 39 86 113 28 120 154 49 5 8 12 13 17 1 6 7 5 11 12 8 17 23 4 1518 2011 975 1310 1727 909

PF 60 74 118 18 17 70 55 56 93 57 14 75 68 9 6 3 7 11 811 857

St TO Blk Pts 45 100 18 1004 33 44 11 722 34 82 52 573 5 12 3 89 7 8 3 98 31 32 16 407 17 25 11 295 18 28 7 321 11 33 34 306 18 65 11 290 10 24 2 173 29 21 24 203 7 26 8 221 1 7 0 55 2 2 2 29 1 4 2 25 1 11 2 19 1 6 0 16 271 551 206 4846 294 498 203 4503

Avg. 25.7 21.2 15.5 11.1 9.8 10.2 8.4 8.2 7.7 7.6 7.2 7.0 6.9 4.2 5.8 2.5 2.1 1.6 118.2 109.8

G St Min FG FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. FT FTA Pct. Off Def Reb Ast Lillard 41 41 1473 351 828 .424 111 327 .339 250 272 .919 38 160 198 262 McCollum 36 36 1253 289 643 .449 88 221 .398 80 101 .792 30 101 131 110 Nurkic 35 35 982 197 399 .494 1 13 .077 157 195 .805 101 262 363 111 Kanter 15 6 349 86 142 .606 1 7 .143 39 51 .765 51 74 125 23 Hood 17 3 398 60 144 .417 20 54 .370 20 25 .800 5 24 29 19 Aminu 41 41 1180 124 298 .416 46 140 .329 59 68 .868 71 256 327 61 Harkless 31 27 771 108 224 .482 15 61 .246 26 39 .667 50 106 156 46 Curry 35 0 637 99 209 .474 50 109 .459 12 16 .750 14 42 56 29 Layman 36 16 655 99 196 .505 23 80 .288 25 36 .694 28 77 405 25 Turner 35 0 749 83 190 .437 5 20 .250 33 43 .767 13 125 138 130 Collins 37 0 314 74 167 .443 15 53 .283 43 56 .768 45 99 144 35 Stauskas 20 0 287 37 95 .389 14 46 .304 6 6 1.000 4 26 30 23 Leonard 29 0 350 50 94 .532 20 45 .444 16 19 .842 15 64 79 26 Trent 5 0 20 6 14 .429 3 7 .429 0 0 --0 4 4 0 Simons 7 0 45 9 22 .409 1 7 .143 1 4 .250 0 5 5 1 Swanigan 8 0 73 8 22 .364 0 1 .000 3 3 1.000 7 22 29 3 Labissiere 4 0 12 1 1 1.000 0 0 --0 0 --1 1 2 4 Baldwin 7 0 39 4 12 .333 2 3 .667 1 2 .500 1 2 3 4 Portland 41 --- 9890 1685 3700 .455 415 1194 .348 771 936 .824 474 1450 1924 912 Opponents 41 --- 9890 1697 3661 .464 435 1217 .357 726 962 .755 425 1360 1785 997 PF disqualifications: Nurkic - 5, Aminu - 1, Collins - 1; Portland Totals - 7, Opponent Totals - 7.

PF 88 98 132 43 28 73 88 41 61 53 81 17 37 1 0 11 2 4 858 842

St TO Blk Pts 43 112 16 1063 22 62 17 746 37 86 51 552 9 27 6 212 14 11 4 160 37 40 17 353 38 24 29 257 18 33 5 260 14 21 19 246 15 49 7 204 14 44 32 206 4 16 2 94 6 17 1 136 0 0 0 15 0 4 0 20 3 10 0 19 1 2 1 2 0 3 0 11 275 584 207 4556 309 516 217 4555

Avg. 25.9 20.7 15.8 14.1 9.4 8.6 8.3 7.4 6.8 5.8 5.6 4.7 4.7 3.0 2.9 2.4 0.5 1.6 111.1 111.1

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REBOUNDS

Lillard ....................35.5 McCollum..............33.9 Aminu ...................28.3 Nurkic ...................27.4 Hood .....................24.4 Harkless................23.6 Kanter ...................22.2 Turner ...................22.0 Curry.....................18.9 Layman .................18.7 Collins ...................17.6 *Stauskas .............15.3 Leonard ................14.4 *Swanigan ..............8.1 Trent Jr. ...................7.4 Simons....................7.0 Labissiere ...............7.0 *Baldwin IV .............5.9 Portland .............242.1 Opponents.........242.1

Lillard ....................25.8 McCollum..............21.0 Nurkic ...................15.6 Kanter ...................13.1 Hood .......................9.6 Aminu .....................9.4 Curry.......................7.9 Harkless..................7.7 Layman ...................7.6 Turner .....................6.8 Collins .....................6.6 *Stauskas ...............6.1 Leonard ..................5.9 Simons....................3.8 Labissiere ...............3.4 Trent Jr. ...................2.7 *Swanigan ..............1.9 *Baldwin IV .............1.9 Portland .............114.7 Opponents.........110.5

Nurkic ...................10.4 Kanter .....................8.6 Aminu .....................7.5 Lillard ......................4.6 Turner .....................4.5 Harkless..................4.5 Collins .....................4.2 McCollum................4.0 Leonard ..................3.8 Layman ...................3.1 *Swanigan ..............2.9 Labissiere ...............2.1 *Stauskas ...............1.8 Hood .......................1.7 Curry.......................1.6 *Baldwin IV .............0.9 Trent Jr. ...................0.7 Simons....................0.7 Portland ...............48.0 Opponents...........42.8

ASSISTS

Lillard ......................6.9 Turner .....................3.9 Nurkic .....................3.2 McCollum................3.0 *Stauskas ...............1.4 Kanter .....................1.4 Aminu .....................1.3 Hood .......................1.3 Harkless..................1.2 Leonard ..................1.2 Collins .....................0.9 Curry.......................0.9 *Baldwin IV .............0.8 Layman ...................0.7 Simons....................0.7 Labissiere ...............0.6 *Swanigan ..............0.4 Trent Jr. ...................0.3 Portland ...............23.0 Opponents...........23.2

STEALS

FIELD GOALS

3-PT FIELD GOALS

TURNOVERS

MINUTES

POINTS

Harkless................1.12 Lillard ....................1.10 Nurkic ...................0.99 Aminu ...................0.84 McCollum..............0.79 Hood .....................0.78 Kanter ...................0.61 Curry.....................0.49 Turner ...................0.45 Layman .................0.44 Labissiere .............0.33 Collins ...................0.32 *Stauskas .............0.32 *Swanigan ............0.22 Leonard ................0.21 Trent ......................0.07 *Baldwin IV ...........0.06 Simons..................0.05 Portland ...............6.66 Opponents...........7.35

Lillard ......................8.5 McCollum................8.2 Nurkic .....................5.8 Kanter .....................5.4 Hood .......................3.6 Aminu .....................3.2 Harkless..................3.2 Layman ...................3.0 Curry.......................2.9 Turner .....................2.8 Collins .....................2.5 *Stauskas ...............2.2 Leonard ..................2.2 Labissiere ...............1.4 Simons....................1.4 Trent Jr. ...................1.1 *Swanigan ..............0.8 *Baldwin IV .............0.6 Portland ...............42.3 Opponents...........41.1

Lillard ......................3.0 McCollum................2.4 Curry.......................1.5 Aminu .....................1.2 Hood .......................1.1 *Stauskas ...............1.0 Layman ...................0.8 Leonard ..................0.8 Harkless..................0.6 Collins .....................0.5 Simons....................0.5 Trent Jr. ...................0.3 Labissiere ...............0.2 Turner .....................0.2 Kanter .....................0.1 *Baldwin IV .............0.1 *Swanigan ..............0.1 Nurkic .....................0.0 Portland ...............11.0 Opponents...........10.7

FREE THROWS

Lillard ......................5.9 Nurkic .....................3.9 McCollum................2.3 Kanter .....................2.2 Aminu .....................1.9 Hood .......................1.2 Collins .....................1.2 Turner .....................1.0 Harkless..................0.8 *Stauskas ...............0.7 Leonard ..................0.7 Layman ...................0.7 Curry.......................0.6 *Baldwin IV .............0.5 Simons....................0.5 *Swanigan ..............0.3 Labissiere ...............0.3 Trent Jr. ...................0.2 Portland ...............19.0 Opponents...........17.5

BLOCKED SHOTS Nurkic ...................1.43 Harkless................0.88 Collins ...................0.86 Lillard ....................0.43 Layman .................0.42 Aminu ...................0.41 McCollum..............0.40 Kanter ...................0.39 Labissiere .............0.33 Hood .....................0.26 Turner ...................0.25 Curry.....................0.16 Leonard ................0.15 Trent Jr. .................0.13 *Baldwin IV ...........0.13 *Stauskas .............0.09 Simons..................0.00 *Swanigan ............0.00 Portland ...............5.04 Opponents...........5.12

Lillard ......................2.7 Nurkic .....................2.3 Kanter .....................1.7 Turner .....................1.6 McCollum................1.5 Collins .....................1.0 *Stauskas ...............0.9 Aminu .....................0.9 *Swanigan ..............0.9 *Baldwin IV .............0.9 Curry.......................0.8 Harkless..................0.8 Leonard ..................0.7 Hood .......................0.7 Layman ...................0.6 Simons....................0.6 Labissiere ...............0.4 Trent Jr. ...................0.3 Portland ...............13.8 Opponents...........12.4

FG PERCENTAGE

3-PT PERCENTAGE

FT PERCENTAGE

OFF REBOUNDS

PERSONAL FOULS

Labissiere ............ .684 Kanter .................. .577 Leonard ............... .545 Layman ................ .509 Nurkic .................. .508 Harkless............... .487 Collins .................. .473 Turner .................. .460 McCollum............. .459 Curry.................... .456 Hood .................... .452 Simons................. .444 Lillard ................... .444 Aminu .................. .433 *Stauskas ............ .419 Trent Jr. ................ .320 *Swanigan ........... .318 *Baldwin IV .......... .303 Portland .............. .467 Opponents.......... .457

Labissiere .......... 1.000 Leonard ............... .450 Curry.................... .450 McCollum............. .375 Lillard ................... .369 Hood .................... .345 Simons................. .345 *Stauskas ............ .344 Aminu .................. .343 Collins .................. .331 Layman ................ .326 Harkless............... .275 Kanter .................. .250 Trent Jr. ................ .238 *Baldwin IV .......... .222 Turner .................. .212 *Swanigan ........... .200 Nurkic .................. .103 Portland .............. .359 Opponents.......... .359

Lillard ................... .912 *Stauskas ............ .889 Aminu .................. .867 *Swanigan ........... .857 Curry.................... .846 Leonard ............... .843 McCollum............. .828 Hood .................... .805 Nurkic .................. .773 Collins .................. .746 Kanter .................. .735 *Baldwin IV .......... .727 Turner .................. .708 Layman ................ .704 Harkless............... .671 Simons................. .563 Labissiere ............ .500 Trent Jr. ................ .429 Portland .............. .814 Opponents.......... .770

Kanter .....................3.7 Nurkic .....................3.4 Collins .....................1.4 Aminu .....................1.4 Harkless..................1.3 McCollum................0.9 Lillard ......................0.9 Leonard ..................0.8 Layman ...................0.8 Swanigan ................0.7 Labissiere ...............0.6 Turner .....................0.5 Curry.......................0.4 Hood .......................0.3 Stauskas .................0.2 Simons....................0.2 Baldwin IV...............0.1 Trent Jr. ....................01 Portland ...............11.8 Opponents...........10.3

Nurkic .....................3.5 Harkless..................2.7 Kanter .....................2.7 McCollum................2.5 Collins .....................2.3 Lillard ......................1.9 Aminu .....................1.8 Leonard ..................1.7 Hood .......................1.7 Layman ...................1.6 Turner .....................1.5 Curry.......................1.3 *Swanigan ..............1.2 Labissiere ...............0.9 *Stauskas ...............0.7 *Baldwin IV .............0.7 Simons....................0.5 Trent Jr. ...................0.3 Portland ...............20.4 Opponents...........20.7

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OWNER GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 2018-19 SEASON RECORD Home Road Total 1-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 2-0

Date Oct. 18 Oct. 20

Opponent L.A. Lakers San Antonio

W/L, Score W 128-119 W 121-108

Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 27

Washington @Orlando @Miami

L 124-125 W 128-114 L 111-120

2-1 2-1 2-1

0-0 1-0 1-1

2-1 3-1 3-2

Oct. 29

@Indiana

W 103-93

2-1

2-1

4-2

Oct. 30

@Houston

W 104-85

2-1

3-1

5-2

Nov. 1 Nov. 3

New Orleans L.A. Lakers

W 132-119 L 110-114

3-1 3-2

3-1 3-1

6-2 6-3

Nov. 4

Minnesota

W 111-81

4-2

3-1

7-3

Nov. 6

Milwaukee

W 118-103

5-2

3-1

8-3

Nov. 8

LA Clippers

W 116-105

6-2

3-1

9-3

Nov. 11 Nov. 14 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 Nov. 21

Boston @L.A. Lakers @Minnesota @Washington @New York @Milwaukee

W L L W W L

100-94 117-126 96-112 119-109 118-114 100-143

7-2 7-2 7-2 7-2 7-2 7-2

3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4

10-3 10-4 10-5 11-5 12-5 12-6

Nov. 23 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Nov. 30 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 11 Dec. 12

@Golden State LA Clippers Orlando Denver @San Antonio @Dallas Phoenix Minnesota @Houston @Memphis

L L W L L L W W L L

97-125 100-104 115-112 112-113 118-131 111-102 108-86 113-105 104-111 83-92

7-2 7-3 8-3 8-4 8-4 8-4 9-4 10-4 10-4 10-4

5-5 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-9

12-7 12-8 13-8 13-9 13-10 13-11 14-11 15-11 15-12 15-13

Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 19

Toronto @LA Clippers Memphis

W 128-122 W 131-127 W 99-92

11-4 11-4 12-4

5-9 6-9 6-9

16-13 17-13 18-13

Dec. 21 Dec. 23 Dec. 25 Dec. 27

Utah Dallas @Utah @Golden State

L W L W

90-120 121-118 96-117 110-109

12-5 13-5 13-5 13-5

6-9 6-9 6-10 7-10

18-14 19-14 19-15 20-15

Dec. 29 Dec. 30

Golden State Philadelphia

L 105-115 W 129-95

13-6 14-6

7-10 7-10

20-16 21-16

Jan. 1 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 13

@Sacramento Oklahoma City Houston New York Chicago Charlotte @Denver

W L W W W W L

14-6 14-7 15-7 16-7 17-7 18-7 18-7

8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-11

22-16 22-17 23-17 24-17 25-17 26-17 26-18

94

113-108 109-111 110-101 111-101 124-112 127-96 113-116

TRAIL BLAZERS LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists Lillard-28 Nurkic-9 Turner-6 Lillard-29 Harkless-8 Lillard-9 Nurkic-8 Lillard-29 Nurkic-18 Lillard-8 Lillard-41 Aminu-15 Turner-7 Lillard-42 Lillard-7 Lillard-6 McCollum-7 Nurkic-7 Collins-17 Aminu-10 Stauskas-5 McCollum-17 Swanigan-10 Lillard-22 Swanigan-11 Lillard-7 Nurkic-22 Lillard-26 Aminu-10 Turner-7 Lillard-30 Aminu-13 Lillard-4 McCollum-30 Nurkic-13 McCollum-4 Stauskas-4 Leonard-12 Lillard-5 Nurkic-19 Nurkic-12 McCollum-40 Turner-11 McCollum-6 Nurkic-6 Lillard-25 Collins-9 Turner-7 Nurkic-9 Lillard-19 Nurkic-17 Lillard-12 Lillard-31 Nurkic-14 Lillard-11 McCollum-18 Nurkic-11 Lillard-5 Lillard-40 Nurkic-14 Nurkic-8 McCollum-31 Nurkic-11 Lillard-8 Lillard-22 Aminu-9 Lillard-5 McCollum-22 Lillard-23 Collins-9 Lillard-8 Lillard-30 Leonard-16 Lillard-4 Lillard-41 Nurkic-13 Turner-7 McCollum-33 Nurkic-11 Lillard-8 Lillard-37 Aminu-9 Lillard-10 Lillard-33 Aminu-13 Lillard-8 Lillard-25 Nurkic-14 Lillard-8 Lillard-28 Nurkic-11 Lillard-6 Lillard-34 Aminu-15 Turner-6 McCollum-40 Nurkic-10 Leonard-3 Lillard-3 Turner-3 Lillard-24 Nurkic-9 Nurkic-7 Lillard-39 Aminu-10 Nurkic-7 Lillard-24 Collins-7 Lillard-4 Leonard-7 Turner-4 Nurkic-7 Lillard-19 Nurkic-10 Nurkic-4 Lillard-33 Nurkic-12 Lillard-7 Lillard-20 Nurkic-10 Lillard-4 Nurkic-27 Aminu-12 Lillard-5 Nurkic-12 Lillard-40 Nurkic-10 Nurkic-7 McCollum-35 Aminu-8 Lillard-5 Leonard-8 Lillard-25 Nurkic-23 Nurkic-7 Lillard-23 Aminu-15 Turner-9 Nurkic-25 Nurkic-15 Lillard-12 Nurkic-20 Layman-11 Lillard-9 McCollum-24 Collins-9 Lillard-10 McCollum-30 Nurkic-11 Nurkic-8 Lillard-26 Aminu-12 Lillard-7


SEASON RECORD Home Road Total 18-7 8-12 26-19

Date Jan. 14

Opponent @Sacramento

W/L, Score L 107-115

Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 21

Cleveland New Orleans @Utah

W 129-112 W 128-112 W 109-104

19-7 20-7 20-7

8-12 8-12 9-12

27-19 28-19 29-19

Jan. 22 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 25

@Oklahoma City @Phoenix Atlanta Utah Miami San Antonio @Dallas @Oklahoma City Golden State @Brooklyn @Philadelphia @Cleveland

L W W W L W L L W W W W

114-123 120-106 120-111 132-105 108-118 127-118 101-102 111-120 129-107 113-99 130-115 123-110

20-7 20-7 21-7 22-7 22-8 23-8 23-8 23-8 24-8 24-8 24-8 24-8

9-13 10-13 10-13 10-13 10-13 10-13 10-14 10-15 10-15 11-15 12-15 13-15

29-20 30-20 31-20 32-20 32-21 33-21 33-22 33-23 34-23 35-23 36-23 37-23

Feb. 27 March 1 March 3

@Boston @Toronto @Charlotte

W 97-92 L 117-119 W 118-108

24-8 24-8 24-8

14-15 38-23 14-16 38-24 15-16 39-24

March 5 March 7 March 9 March 12 March 15 March 16

@Memphis Oklahoma City Phoenix @LA Clippers @New Orleans @San Antonio

L L W W W L

111-120 121-129 127-120 125-104 122-110 103-108

24-8 24-9 25-9 25-9 25-9 25-9

15-17 15-17 15-17 16-17 17-17 17-18

March 18 Indiana March 20 Dallas

W 106-98 W 126-118

26-9 27-9

17-18 43-27 17-18 44-27

March 23 Detroit

W 117-112

28-9

17-18 45-27

March 25 March 27 March 29 March 30

Brooklyn @Chicago @Atlanta @Detroit

W W W L

148-144 118-98 118-98 90-99

29-9 29-9 29-9 29-9

17-18 18-18 19-18 19-19

April 1

@Minnesota

W 132-122

29-9

20-19 49-28

April 3 April 5 April 7

Memphis @Denver Denver

W 116-89 L 110-119 W 115-108

30-9 30-9 31-9

20-19 50-28 20-20 50-29 20-20 51-29

April 9 April 10

@L.A. Lakers Sacramento

W 104-101 W 136-131

31-9 32-9

21-20 52-29 21-20 53-29

39-25 39-26 40-26 41-26 42-26 42-27

46-27 47-27 48-27 48-28

TRAIL BLAZERS LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists Lillard-35 Aminu-11 Lillard-5 Nurkic-11 Nurkic-5 Lillard-33 Nurkic-10 Nurkic-10 Lillard-24 Nurkic-12 Lillard-8 Lillard-26 Lillard-8 Lillard-8 Nurkic-8 Turner-8 Lillard-34 Nurkic-15 Lillard-8 Lillard-24 Nurkic-9 Turner-7 McCollum-28 McCollum-10 McCollum-10 Lillard-36 Collins-9 Lillard-11 McCollum-33 Layman-8 Lillard-10 McCollum-30 McCollum-9 Lillard-9 Lillard-30 Nurkic-10 Turner-7 Lillard-31 Nurkic-12 Lillard-6 Lillard-29 Nurkic-11 Lillard-8 Nurkic-27 Nurkic-12 Lillard-8 Nurkic-24 Layman-11 Lillard-8 McCollum-35 Harkless-8 Lillard-8 Nurkic-8 Lillard-33 Harkless-10 Lillard-4 McCollum-35 Lillard-8 Lillard-6 Hood-27 Nurkic-15 McCollum-6 Nurkic-6 McCollum-27 Nurkic-10 Nurkic-9 Lillard-51 Nurkic-17 Lillard-9 McCollum-26 Nurkic-9 Lillard-9 McCollum-35 Nurkic-12 Lillard-12 Lillard-24 Nurkic-12 Lillard-7 Lillard-34 Nurkic-16 Lillard-5 McCollum-5 Lillard-30 Nurkic-11 Lillard-15 Lillard-33 Kanter-10 Lillard-12 Nurkic-10 Lillard-28 Aminu-7 Lillard-9 Kanter-7 Nurkic-32 Nurkic-16 Lillard-12 Curry-20 Aminu-11 Turner-8 Lillard-36 Aminu-11 Lillard-7 Lillard-23 Kanter-15 Curry-3 Leonard-3 Lillard-3 Hood-21 Kanter-11 Lillard-12 Turner-11 Kanter-21 Kanter-15 Turner-11 Kanter-24 Aminu-14 Lillard-8 Lillard-30 Kanter-13 McCollum-6 Turner-6 Harkless-26 Kanter-16 Lillard-8 Simons-37 Labissiere-15 Simons-9

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Date Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 27 Oct. 29 Oct. 30 Nov. 1 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 8 Nov. 11 Nov. 14 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Nov. 30 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 11 Dec. 12 Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 23 Dec. 25 Dec. 27 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 1 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 5 Feb. 7

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

1 34-31 22-22 32-28 33-22 22-33 23-16 19-15 35-31 29-28 30-27 33-31 37-28 26-21 33-26 21-29 32-25 33-35 20-31 27-24 28-24 33-30 26-38 33-32 20-34 34-9 30-27 29-27 26-15 28-23 37-29 17-18 26-33 25-27 24-24 27-28 27-30 31-20 26-25 28-28 30-30 30-30 30-29 37-27 32-34 27-24 30-26 32-29 29-28 25-25 30-31 40-30 45-27 30-34 31-34

2 31-32 37-28 30-34 25-26 20-24 22-33 32-21 35-34 28-28 31-18 24-20 24-29 28-16 22-33 22-26 30-16 25-25 30-41 17-35 30-21 22-33 27-30 22-30 25-26 28-32 23-24 25-24 14-27 30-27 21-31 30-34 23-22 37-25 23-35 25-18 23-28 39-21 38-25 34-29 29-16 24-23 26-22 33-22 28-24 17-30 32-29 42-29 15-23 30-37 26-21 23-34 29-31 25-28 39-23

3 28-28 38-32 15-16 33-36 37-32 26-20 34-26 32-34 16-32 31-19 34-26 23-24 29-33 34-38 28-24 29-29 31-25 29-37 29-33 16-38 40-21 32-23 35-35 28-27 25-18 28-29 24-30 23-26 33-39 42-28 27-19 19-28 26-28 23-24 23-25 33-35 36-26 19-27 25-36 27-31 32-23 39-34 31-19 28-35 31-29 38-30 30-28 39-28 32-31 32-24 30-26 35-22 24-32 26-33

4 35-28 24-26 34-33 37-30 32-31 32-24 19-23 30-20 37-26 19-17 27-26 32-24 17-24 28-29 29-29 28-39 29-29 21-34 24-33 26-21 20-28 27-22 28-34 29-24 21-27 32-25 26-30 20-24 37-33 31-39 25-21 22-37 19-27 26-34 27-31 22-22 23-28 20-26 22-18 24-24 25-25 29-27 26-28 25-23 32-32 29-27 24-26 26-25 27-30 32-30 27-21 23-25 29-24 31-28

OT ----13-14 ----------------------------------------------------------14-11 --8-7 ----10-5 ---------------------------------

Final 128-119 121-108 124-125 128-114 111-120 103-93 104-85 132-119 110-114 111-81 118-103 116-105 100-94 117-126 96-112 119-109 118-114 100-143 97-125 100-104 115-112 112-113 118-131 102-111 108-86 113-105 104-111 83-92 128-122 131-127 99-92 90-120 121-118 96-117 110-109 105-115 129-95 113-108 109-111 110-101 111-101 124-112 127-96 113-116 107-115 129-112 128-112 109-104 114-123 120-106 120-111 132-105 108-118 127-118

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Att. 19,996 19,461 19,187 15,114 19,600 15,788 18,055 18,921 19,848 19,522 19,512 19,170 19,712 18,997 18,978 16,647 19,812 17,591 19,596 19,138 18,865 19,459 18,354 19,341 19,001 19,359 18,055 16,282 19,458 16,030 19,412 19,127 19,707 18,306 19,596 19,797 19,393 17,583 19,393 19,577 19,026 19,393 19,393 19,520 17,583 19,089 19,598 18,306 18,203 15,441 19,629 19,393 19,468 19,393


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Date Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 March 1 March 3 March 5 March 7 March 9 March 12 March 15 March 16 March 18 March 20 March 23 March 25 March 27 March 29 March 30 April 1 April 3 April 5 April 7 April 9 April 10

Opponent @Dallas @Oklahoma City Golden State @Brooklyn @Philadelphia @Cleveland @Boston @Toronto @Charlotte @Memphis Oklahoma City Phoenix @LA Clippers @New Orleans @San Antonio Indiana Dallas Detroit Brooklyn @Chicago @Atlanta @Detroit @Minnesota Memphis @Denver Denver @L.A. Lakers Sacramento

1 24-25 26-36 31-33 23-21 27-25 29-18 25-24 24-31 32-25 33-20 30-31 24-23 23-30 30-37 21-23 28-31 26-17 32-28 31-27 27-14 38-30 14-11 38-23 28-30 29-22 29-25 26-25 30-39

2 33-22 23-32 33-28 27-29 32-31 42-30 18-18 30-30 24-25 30-41 31-27 42-24 27-22 26-20 29-25 27-17 39-35 27-28 31-35 32-27 22-21 20-20 37-41 34-29 21-34 31-24 27-23 32-48

3 35-31 33-19 30-34 34-22 41-26 17-36 31-22 30-32 25-30 23-21 22-27 36-30 35-32 31-25 26-24 33-24 36-31 30-36 33-28 28-24 30-25 25-35 22-36 24-10 37-28 26-32 20-26 36-26

4 9-24 29-33 35-15 29-27 30-33 35-26 23-28 33-26 37-28 25-38 30-28 25-43 40-20 35-28 27-36 18-26 25-35 28-20 25-30 31-33 28-22 31-33 35-22 30-20 23-35 29-27 31-27 38-18

OT --------------------8-16 --------------28-24 -------------------

Final 101-102 111-120 129-107 113-99 130-115 123-110 97-92 117-119 118-108 111-120 121-129 127-120 125-104 122-110 103-108 106-98 126-118 117-112 148-144 118-98 118-98 90-99 132-122 116-89 110-119 115-108 104-101 136-131

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Att. 20,340 18,203 19,549 17,732 20,619 19,432 18,624 19,800 18,355 13,801 20,037 19,851 16,686 16,117 18,354 19,393 19,803 19,815 20,188 20,227 16,182 18,592 11,209 19,608 19,928 19,890 18,997 19,814

TRAIL BLAZERS RECORD WHEN... Leading or tied after one quarter ............41-15 Behind after one quarter.........................12-14 Leading or tied at halftime ......................43-11 Behind at halftime ...................................10-18 Leading or tied after three quarters ..........48-4 Behind after three quarters.......................5-25 Scored 100 or more points .....................51-23 Held under 100 points ................................2-6 Opponents score 100 or more points ......39-27 Opponents held under 100 points ............14-2

Shoot 50% or better..................................21-3 Shoot under 45% ....................................12-19 Opponents shoot 50% or better................8-14 Opponents shoot under 45% ....................32-7 Games decided by 1 point ..........................1-3 Games decided by 2 points ........................0-2 Games decided by 3 points ........................3-1 Games decided by 9 points or fewer ......24-21 Games decided by 10 pts. or greater........29-8 Games decided by 20 pts. or greater........10-4 Games decided by 30 pts. or greater..........3-2 Opponents with +.500 records ...............27-19 Opponents with -.500 records ................25-10

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OWNER SEASON, OPPONENT HIGHS & LOWS 2018-19 TRAIL BLAZERS HIGHS Field Goals

Field Goal Att. Field Goal Pct.

53 53 105 121 .590

20 52 53 66 70 31 35 32 2 11 21 16

(2) at Minnesota, April 1 (2ot) vs. Brooklyn, March 25 at LA Clippers, Dec. 17 at Washington, Nov. 18 (4), last at Boston, Feb. 27 (3), last vs. Philadelphia, Dec. 30 vs. Charlotte, Jan. 11

Disqualifications

vs. Sacramento, April 10 (2ot) vs. Brooklyn, March 25 vs. Philadelphia, Dec. 30

Biggest Margin

19 43 45 3-Point FG Pct. .621 3-Point FGs 3-Point FGAs

Free Throws

30 38 38 47 Free Throw Pct. 1.000 Free Throw Att.

Off. Rebounds Def. Rebounds Total Rebounds Assists Personal Fouls Disqualifications Steals Turnovers Blocked Shots Points Biggest Margin

OPPONENT HIGHS

vs. Sacramento (of 91), April 10 Field Goals (2ot) vs. Brooklyn (of 121), March 25 Field Goal Att. at Brooklyn (made 46), Feb. 21 (2ot) vs. Brooklyn (made 53), March 25 Field Goal Pct. vs. Philadelphia (49-of-83), Dec. 30 3-Point FGs 3-Point FGAs vs. Orlando (of 39), Nov. 28 3-Point FG Pct. vs. Milwaukee (made 17), Nov. 6 (2ot) vs. Brooklyn (made 14), March 25 Free Throws at Cleveland (18-of-29), Feb. 25 Free Throw Att. at Washington (of 35), Nov. 18 (ot) vs. Oklahoma City (of 47), March 7 Free Throw Pct. at Oklahoma City (made 28), Feb. 11 (ot) vs. Oklahoma City (made 38), March 7 Off. Rebounds (3) last at Phoenix (20-of-20), Jan. 24 Def. Rebounds Total Rebounds at Oklahoma City, Jan. 22 vs. Philadelphia, Dec. 30 Assists (ot) vs. Washington, Oct. 22 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 4 Personal Fouls (ot) vs. Washington, Oct. 22

136 148 34

TRAIL BLAZERS LOWS Field Goals 32 Field Goal Att. 75 Field Goal Pct. .362

3-Point FGs 4 3-Point FGAs 18 3-Point FG Pct. .171 Free Throws 5 Free Throw Att. 8 Free Throw Pct. .545 Off. Rebounds Def. Rebounds Total Rebounds

4 26 33

Assists Personal Fouls Steals Turnovers Blocked Shots

13 9 1 4 1

Points Biggest Loss

83 43

Points

(2) vs. Sacramento (of 96), April 10 at Milwaukee (made 15), Nov. 21 at San Antonio (11-of-15), Dec. 2

33 39 44 1.000

at LA Clippers (of 39), Dec. 17 at LA Clippers (made 33), Dec. 17 vs. Brooklyn, (made 31), March 25 vs. Detroit, (14-of-14), March 23

25 46 59 59

at LA Clippers, March 12 at Milwaukee, Nov. 21 at Milwaukee, Nov. 21 (2ot) vs. Brooklyn, March 25

35 36 31 31 2 3 16 20 11

vs. Utah, Dec. 21 (ot) at Golden State, Dec. 27 vs. Oklahoma City, March 7 (2ot) vs. Brooklyn, March 25 at LA Clippers, Dec. 17 (2ot) vs. Brooklyn, March 25 at Oklahoma City, Jan. 22 vs. L.A. Lakers, Nov. 3 (2), last at Golden State, Nov. 23

143 144 43

at Milwaukee, Nov. 21 (2ot) vs. Brooklyn, March 25 at Milwaukee, Nov. 21

OPPONENT LOWS Field Goals 29 Field Goal Att. 75 Field Goal Pct. .312

LOWS

1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 1st Half

3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 42at LA Clippers, Dec. 17 15 vs. Washington, Oct. 22 2nd Half 4th Qtr. 40at LA Clippers, March 12 9 at Dallas, Feb. 10 2nd Half 75at LA Clippers, March 12 39 at Sacramento, Jan. 1 OT

98

18 45 .733

vs. Minnesota (of 93), Nov. 4 at Memphis (made 40), March 7 vs. Minnesota (29-of-93), Nov. 4 (5), at Detroit (of 25), March 30 at LA Clippers (made 9), March 12 at Boston (5-of-28), Feb. 27 (ot) at Golden State (of 15), Dec. 27 vs. Milwaukee (made 7), Nov. 6 (ot) at Golden State (6-of-15), Dec. 27 at Toronto, March 1 (2) vs. Sacramento, April 10 vs. Detroit, March 23 vs. Houston, Jan. 5 vs. Charlotte, Jan. 11 vs. Cleveland, Jan. 16 vs. Cleveland, Jan. 16 at Chicago, March 27 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 4 vs. Philadelphia, Dec. 30

OPPONENT QUARTERS

1st Qtr. 45 vs. Utah, Jan. 30 14 at Detroit, March 30 2nd Qtr. 42(3), vs. Phoenix, March 9 14 at Memphis, Dec. 12 1st Half 75 at Minnesota, April 1 34 at Detroit, March 30

OT

at Milwaukee (of 108), Nov. 21 at Milwaukee (made 57), Nov. 21 (ot), at Sacramento (made 44), Jan. 1 at San Antonio (50-of-83), Dec. 2

at Memphis (of 87), Dec. 12 vs. Memphis (made 35), Dec. 19 5 (2), last at Golden State (38-of-105), Dec. 27 3-Point FGs 3-Point FGAs 15 3-Point FG Pct. .179 at Detroit (of 21), March 30 at Utah (made 8), Jan. 21 Free Throws 6 vs. L.A. Lakers (6-of-35), Nov. 3 Free Throw Att. 8 Free Throw Pct. .400 vs. Milwaukee (of 8), Nov. 6 vs. Milwaukee (made 5), Nov. 6 Off. Rebounds 2 at Golden State (12-of-22), Nov. 23 Def. Rebounds 23 Total Rebounds 29 (2), last vs. San Antonio, Feb. 7 (3), last vs. Miami, Feb. 5 Assists 13 (3), last vs. San Antonio, Feb. 7 Personal Fouls 10 Steals 0 at Milwaukee, Nov. 21 Turnovers 3 at Atlanta, March 29 Blocked Shots 0 (2), vs. Cleveland, Jan. 16 (2), vs. Golden State, Feb. 13 Points 81 (4), last at Denver, Jan. 13 Biggest Loss 34 at Memphis, Dec. 12 at Milwaukee, Nov. 21

TRAIL BLAZERS QUARTERS HIGHS

Steals Turnovers Blocked Shots

57 108 115 .602

16vs. Brooklyn, March 25 8 (2) vs. Oklahoma City, March 7

HIGHS

LOWS

39 vs. Sacramento, April 10 9 vs. Phoenix, Dec. 6 48 vs. Sacramento, April 10 16 (3), vs. Housotn, Jan. 5 87 vs. Sacramento, April 10 31 at Detroit, March 30 39 vs. Toronto, Dec. 14 10 vs. Memphis, April 3 43 vs. Phoenix, March 9 12 vs. Golden State, Feb. 13 73 vs. Phoenix, March 9 30 vs. Memphis, April 3 16 vs. Oklahoma City, March 7 7 at Golden State, Dec. 27


ALL-TIME RECORDS


OWNERBLAZERS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS TRAIL Minutes Played

Opponent

Date

Free Throw Percentage

(min. 15 FT attempts)

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

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

Points

Total Rebounds

Game .........59 Half ............34 Quarter ......28 OT Period ...12 ...................12

Damian Lillard ............Utah......................... 4/8/17 Damian Lillard ..........at Orlando .......... 10/25/18 CJ McCollum..............Chicago ................. 1/31/18 Derek Anderson .........at Sacramento ....... 1/20/04 Jarrett Jack................. at Charlotte .................2/9/07

Field Goals Made Game .........22 20 20 20 20 20 Half ............14 14 Quarter ......11

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 CJ McCollum..............Chicago ................. 1/31/18

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 ........10 Half ..............7 7 7 .....................7 .....................7 .....................7 Quarter .......7

Damian Lillard ..........Orlando .............. 11/28/18 Wesley Matthews .......at Minnesota............ 1/7/11 Wesley Matthews .......at Sacramento ....... 4/15/12 Damian Lillard ............at Minnesota........ 12/18/13 Damian Lillard ............Oklahoma City....... 1/10/16 Damian Lillard ............Golden State ......... 2/19/16 Damian Lillard ............Orlando ............... 11/28/18 Damian Lillard ..........Orlando .............. 11/28/18

Game ......27 26 26 26 Half .........16 16 16 Quarter ...12 12 12

Offensive Rebounds Game ......11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 Game ......22 20 20 20 20

Assists

Game ......20 20 Half .........14 Quarter ....14

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

Steals

Game ....1.000 Terry Porter (7-7)........at Golden St. ....... 11/14/92

Free Throws Made Game .........19 Half ............15 Quarter ......13 12

Brandon Roy ..............Phoenix ............... 12/18/08 Steve Johnson ...........at New Jersey.......... 1/9/87 Steve Johnson ...........at New Jersey (OT) ...1/9/87 Walt Williams..............Vancouver ............. 3/26/98

Free Throws Attempted Game .........22 22 Half ............17 17 Quarter ......14 ...................14 14 14

Calvin Natt .................at Detroit................ 2/23/80 Kiki Vandeweghe ........Seattle ................... 3/21/86 Steve Johnson ...........at New Jersey.......... 1/9/87 LaMarcus Aldridge .....at Golden St. ....... 11/23/13 Kiki Vandeweghe ........Utah....................... 11/2/85 Walt Williams..............Vancouver ............. 3/26/98 LaMarcus Aldridge .....at Golden St. ....... 11/23/13 LaMarcus Aldridge .....Denver ................... 1/23/14

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

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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 LaMarcus Aldridge ....Houston ................... 12/12/13 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

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

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

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

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

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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 .........21 Damon Stoudamire.....at Golden St. ......... 4/15/05 Half ............13 Damon Stoudamire.....at Golden St. ......... 4/15/05

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted

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 Jusuf Nurkic...............at LA Clippers............ 1/30/18 LeRoy Ellis ................at New York................ 12/8/70 LeRoy Ellis ................Philadelphia............... 2/20/71 Sidney Wicks .............at Detroit.................... 12/8/73

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 Rasheed Wallace ......at Philadelphia........... 1/23/98 Nicolas Batum ...........Cleveland .................. 1/16/13


GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER TEAM RECORDS One game .......... 156 156 One half ............... 86 1st quarter ........... 49 2nd quarter .......... 45 ............................. 45 3rd quarter ........... 45 4th quarter ........... 49 49 Overtime .............. 22

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 at Denver..................................11/12/14 Milwaukee ..................................3/10/92 Boston ..........................................1/3/76 at Denver....................................2/13/81 Milwaukee ..................................3/18/14

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 ............ 21 21 One half ............... 12 ............................. 12 12 ............................. 12 ............................. 12 ............................. 12

at Philadelphia .........................12/14/13 Charlotte ......................................1/2/14 at New Orleans ..........................1/14/05 at Minnesota ............................12/18/13 Charlotte ......................................1/2/14 Indiana .......................................12/3/15 Oklahoma City ...........................1/10/16 at Milwaukee ..............................12/7/16

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted One game ............ 46 at Dallas (OT) .............................3/20/16 ............................. 44 Oklahoma City ...........................1/10/16 One half .............. 27 at Minnesota ............................12/18/13

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

Offensive Rebounds 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

Disqualifications 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 48 points .......124-76 at Phoenix ................................10/18/17 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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OWNERBLAZERS ALL-TIME LOWS TRAIL Points

One game ............ 58 One half ............... 24 24 1st quarter ............. 7 2nd quarter ............ 6 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 Toronto .....................................10/30/17 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 ............................... 2 ............................... 2 Defensive ............. 13 Total ..................... 22

vs. L.A. Lakers ..............................2/6/10 at San Antonio ............................1/16/15 at San Antonio ..........................12/30/16 Denver ........................................11/2/02 at Boston ....................................2/10/06

Miscellaneous Assists ................... 5 Personal Fouls ....... 8 Steals..................... 0 Turnovers ............... 3 3 ...............................3 ...............................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 Utah .............................................4/8/17 Brooklyn (2OT) .........................3/25/19

Margin of Loss 65 points .......59-124 56 points .......74-130 52 points .....104-156 45 points .......85-130 45 points .......90-135 43 points .....100-143 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 Golden State ........................12/17/16 at Milwaukee ............................10/21/18 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

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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

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

Free Throws Attempted

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 ......................7 Anferenee Simons Sacramento..........4/10/19

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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Total Rebounds Player...........Avg/Opp........... Year/Date

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

Blocked Shots

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

G

Points

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

*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.


GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER TOP PERFORMANCES 59 54 52 52 51 51 51 51 50 50 50 50 49 48 48 48 47 47 46 46 44 44 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43

Damian Lillard ..............Utah ................................. 4/8/17 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 Damian Lillard ..............Golden State ................. 2/19/16 Damian Lillard ............Oklahoma City (OT) ....... 3/7/19 Clyde Drexler ...............Sacramento (2OT) ........... 1/6/89 Damian Lillard ..............at Toronto ......................... 3/4/16 CJ McCollum ...............Chicago ......................... 1/31/18 Damian Lillard ..............at Sacramento ................. 2/9/18 Damian Lillard ..............at Miami ......................... 3/19/17 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 LaMarcus Aldridge .......Denver ........................... 1/23/14 Damian Lillard ..............Golden State ................. 2/14/18 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 Damian Lillard ..............at San Antonio ............. 12/19/14 CJ McCollum ...............at Minnesota .................... 1/1/17

Rebounds 27 26 26 26 26 26 25 25 25 25 24 24 23 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 LaMarcus Aldridge .......Houston ....................... 12/12/13 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 Jusuf Nurkic ...............at Sacramento (OT) ....... 1/1/19

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

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Field Goals Made

22 Andre Miller..................at Dallas (OT) ................ 1/30/10 20 Geoff Petrie ..................at Golden State ............... 2/8/73 20 Geoff Petrie ..................at Philadelphia ............... 3/20/74

Field Goals Made (cont'd) 20 20 20 19

Lionel Hollins ...............Boston ........................... 2/22/77 Clyde Drexler ...............New York .......................... 1/22/89 Damon Stoudamire.......at New Orleans................ 1/14/05 Nine players tied

Field Goals Attempted 40 37 36 35 35 35 34 34

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 Damian Lillard ............... Utah................................ 4/8/17

Free Throws Made 19 18 18 18 18 17 17 16 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 Damian Lillard ............. Oklahoma City (OT) ...... 3/7/19 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 LaMarcus Aldridge ........ at Golden State .......... 11/23/13

Free Throws Attempted 22 22 21 21 20 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 Damian Lillard ............. Oklahoma City (OT) ...... 3/7/19

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

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 trailblazers.com

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Points


OWNER INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS OPPONENT Points Game ...........65 64 Half ..............45 OT Period.....11 .....................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 Ricky Rubio .......at Utah ..................... 11/1/17

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

Offensive Rebounds

Field Goals Made

Game .....13 Larry Smith ................at Golden State ....... 2/4/81 13 Moses Malone ...........at Houston ............. 1/14/82 13 J.J. Hickson ...............at Denver ............... 2/25/14

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

Defensive Rebounds

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 ...........11 Kyrie Irving.........at Cleveland............. 1/28/15 Half ................8 Tim Thomas ......Milwaukee ................. 1/5/01 .......................8 Kevin Love .........at Cleveland........... 11/23/16

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game ...........19 Kyrie Irving.........at Cleveland............. 1/28/15 Half ..............13 J.R. Smith ..........at New York .............. 3/14/12

Free Throws Made Game ...........24 DeMar DeRozan..at Toronto ................. 3/4/16 Half ..............15 Nate Archibald .....at K.C.-Omaha....... 1/21/75

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 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Darwin Cook..............at New Jersey (OT) .. 12/3/83 Sam Lacey ................at Kansas City ......... 2/5/75 Henry Bibby...............Philadelphia ............. 3/1/77 Randy Smith..............Buffalo ................. 12/13/77 Randy Smith..............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

Free Throws Attempted

Blocked Shots

Game ...........34 DeAndre Jordan ..at L.A. Clippers .... 11/30/15 Half ..............26 DeAndre Jordan ..at L.A. Clippers .... 11/30/15

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

Free Throw Percentage

Turnovers

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

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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GENERAL MANAGER OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS One game.......... 162 One half .............. 87 1st quarter ........... 46 ............................ 46 2nd quarter......... 48 3rd quarter ........... 47 4th quarter ........... 50 Overtime .............. 21

Opponent Date at Denver (143-162) ................2/13/81 Sacramento ...........................4/10/19 Atlanta ...................................11/18/70 at Cleveland ..........................11/23/16 Sacramento ...........................4/10/19 at Phoenix ...............................4/21/91 at Golden State .......................3/21/89 at Indiana ..................................3/9/00

Field Goals Made

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

Field Goals Attempted

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

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

Three-Point Field Goals Made

One game............ 21 at Cleveland ..........................11/23/16 One half ............... 16 at Cleveland ..........................11/23/16

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted

One game ........... 45 at Milwaukee ........................11/21/18 One half .............. 31 Boston..................................11/11/18

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

Free Throws Attempted One game............ 63 at Utah ..................................11/17/88

Free Throw Percentage

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

Rebounds

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 Cleveland (4OT) ....................10/18/74 48 Chicago .................................11/15/16

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

Personal Fouls

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

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

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

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

Disqualifications

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

Highest Scores

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

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OPPONENT TEAM GAME LOWS Points

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 ......................................12/6/02 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

Free Throws Attempted 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 1 ..............................1 ..............................1

at Denver ................................12/5/96 Miami ......................................1/18/01 at New Orleans .....................11/18/16 at L.A. Lakers ..........................3/26/17

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 ....... 8 Steals ....................0 ..............................0 Turnovers ............. ^2

at Oklahoma City ....................11/1/09 Cleveland ................................3/17/11 at Detroit .................................12/9/14 at Sacramento.........................4/23/88 Cleveland ...............................1/16/19 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

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Points


OWNER TOP PERFORMANCES OPPONENT Points

65 64 58 55 55 55 53 53 52 51 50 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 Russell Westrbrook ..........at Oklahoma City ......... 3/7/17 Nate Archibald .................at Cincinnati ............... 2/23/72 Kyrie Irving .......................at Cleveland ............... 1/28/15 DeMarcus Cousins ..........at Sacramento ......... 12/20/16 Phil Chenier .....................at Baltimore ............... 12/6/72 Michael Jordan ................at Chicago ................... 1/8/87 Michael Jordan ................at Chicago ................. 2/26/88 Bradley Beal.....................Washington ................ 12/5/17 Lew Alcindor ....................at Milwaukee .............. 1/19/75 Amar'e Stoudemire ..........at Phoenix.................... 1/7/05 Kevin Durant ....................Golden State.............. 2/14/18 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 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 Andre Drummond ............Detroit ........................ 11/8/15 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 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 Chris Paul ........................L.A. Clippers ................ 1/6/16

Field Goals Made

30 23 22 22 21 21 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 Russell Westbrook ...........at Oklahoma City ......... 3/7/17 Bradley Beal.....................Washington ................ 12/5/17

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106

Field Goals Attempted

45 39 39 39 39 38 38 37 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 Russell Westbrook ...........at Oklahoma City ......... 3/7/17 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 Bradley Beal.....................Washington ................ 12/5/17

Free Throws Made

24 23 19 19 19 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

DeMar DeRozan ..............at Toronto ..................... 3/4/16 Nate Archibald .................at K.C.-Omaha........... 1/21/75 Moses Malone .................at Atlanta ................... 12/8/89 James Harden..................at Houston ................... 2/8/15 James Harden..................at Houston ............... 11/18/15 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

34 25 25 23 22 22 22 21

DeAndre Jordan...............at L.A. Clippers ........ 11/30/15 Nate Archibald .................at K.C.-Omaha........... 1/21/75 DeMar DeRozan ..............at Toronto ..................... 3/4/16 James Harden..................at Houston ................... 2/8/15 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


GENERALLEADERS YEARLY MANAGER 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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 Aldridge ............ 82 Lillard ................ 82 Lillard ................ 75 McCollum ......... 80 McCollum ......... 81 Lillard ................ 80

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 2499 2925 2676 2796 2923 2838

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 36.2 35.7 35.7 35.0 36.1 35.5

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 Aldridge ............ 69 1603 Aldridge ............ 71 1661 Lillard ................ 75 1879 Lillard ................ 75 2024 Lillard ................ 73 1962 Lillard ................ 80 2067

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 23.2 23.4 25.1 27.0 26.9 25.8

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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 Aldridge ............ 69 Aldridge ............ 71 Lillard ................ 75 McCollum ......... 80 McCollum ......... 81 Lillard ................ 80

FGM 784 784 836 740 692 580 632 531 600 548 585 681 682 680 618 719 808 *849 829 670 645 694 632 641 597 553 485 441 249 542 590 603 515 633 332 536 600 561 633 491 707 483 638 652 659 618 692 667 681

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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 Aldridge ............ 69 Aldridge ............ 71 Lillard ................ 75 Lillard ................ 75 McCollum ......... 81 Lillard ................ 80

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 1423 1415 1474 1488 1505 1533

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 9.5 9.3 8.2 8.7 8.2 8.5 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 20.6 19.9 19.7 19.8 18.6 19.2

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 13-14 Lopez.............. 355 644 .551 14-15 Kaman ............ 283 549 .515 15-16 Plumlee .......... 267 517 .516 16-17 Harkless ......... 314 624 .503 17-18 Nurkic ............. 480 951 .505 18-19 Nurkic ............. 420 826 .508 **Minimum reduced to 150 FGs (50 gm. sched.) ***Minimum reduced to 200 FGs (66 gm. sched.)

3pt FIELD GOALS

G 3ptM Bates ................ 16 8 Bates ................ 77 14 Bates ................ 75 12 Townes ............. 55 9 Buse ................. 41 9 83-84 Paxson.............. 81 17 84-85 Colter ................ 78 26 85-86 Colter ................ 81 27 86-87 Vandeweghe ..... 79 39 87-88 R. Anderson...... 62 42 88-89 Porter................ 81 79 89-90 Porter................ 80 89 90-91 Porter................ 81 130 91-92 Porter................ 82 128 92-93 Porter................ 81 143 93-94 Porter................ 77 110 94-95 C. Robinson ...... 75 142 95-96 C. Robinson ...... 78 178 96-97 K. Anderson ...... 82 132 97-98 Rider ................. 74 135 98-99 W. Williams ....... 48 63 99-00 S. Smith ............ 82 96 00-01 Stoudamire ....... 82 82 01-02 R. Wallace......... 79 114 02-03 D. Anderson ...... 76 116 03-04 Stoudamire ....... 82 156 04-05 Stoudamire ....... 81 181 05-06 Blake................. 68 76 06-07 Webster ............ 82 91 123 07-08 Webster ............ 75 08-09 Fernandez ........ 78 159 09-10 Fernandez ........ 62 98 10-11 Matthews .......... 82 154 11-12 Matthews .......... 66 129 12-13 Lillard ................ 82 185 13-14 Lillard ................ 82 218 14-15 Matthews .......... 60 173 15-16 Lillard ................ 75 229 16-17 Lillard ................ 75 214 17-18 Lillard ................ 73 227 18-19 Lillard ................ 80 *237 * All -time high 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83

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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 2.7 2.9 3.1 2.9 *3.1 3.0

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OWNER LEADERS YEARLY 3pt FG ATTEMPTS 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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 Lillard ................ 82 Matthews .......... 60 Lillard ................ 75 Lillard ................ 75 Lillard ................ 73 Lillard ................ 80

3ptA 32 54 41 35 59 74 83 98 135 219 238 313 338 345 282 383 471 366 420 144 263 230 317 331 427 490 184 250 317 398 266 378 337 503 554 445 610 579 629 *643

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 6.8 7.4 8.1 7.7 *8.6 8.0

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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 Lillard .............. 218 McCollum ......... 55 McCollum ....... 197 Crabbe ............ 134 McCollum ....... 189 Curry .............. 113

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 .398 554 .394 139 .396 472 .417 302 .444 476 .397 251 .450

**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.)

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FREE THROWS 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 92-83 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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 Lillard ................ 82 Aldridge ............ 71 Lillard ................ 75 Lillard ................ 75 Lillard ................ 73 Lillard ................ 80

FTM 463 441 384 314 394 345 335 223 320 231 207 294 388 345 369 *523 467 476 438 421 416 401 327 353 283 360 334 323 184 289 309 215 231 299 207 245 394 281 416 343 351 223 282 371 306 414 488 493 468

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 4.5 4.3 5.5 6.5 *6.8 5.9

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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 Lillard ................ 82 Aldridge ............ 71 Lillard ................ 75 Lillard ................ 75 Lillard ................ 73 Lillard ................ 80

FTA 600 *621 531 412 558 512 438 300 403 360 323 446 478 410 449 602 527 587 548 472 524 505 416 471 382 542 435 405 226 340 347 290 313 393 254 343 481 373 505 440 444 274 348 426 362 464 545 538 513

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 5.2 5.1 6.2 7.3 7.4 6.4

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 13-14 Lillard ................371 426 .871 14-15 Lillard ................344 398 .864 15-16 Lillard ................414 464 .892 16-17 McCollum .........268 297 .912 17-18 Lillard ................493 538 .916 18-19 Lillard ................168 513 .912 **Minimum 75 FTs (50 gm. sched.)

* All -time high

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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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 Aldridge ............ 69 Aldridge ............ 71 Plumlee ............ 82 Aminu ............... 61 Nurkic ............... 79 Nurkic ............... 72

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 10.4 766 11.1 726 10.2 628 7.7 451 7.4 708 9.0 748 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 13-14 Lopez................ 82 326 4.0 14-15 Lopez................ 59 190 3.2 15-16 Davis................. 81 224 2.8 16-17 Vonleh............... 74 131 1.8 17-18 Nurkic ............... 79 189 2.4 18-19 Nurkic ............... 72 243 3.4 (Off. rebounds not an official stat before 73-74)

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

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ASSISTS

BLOCKED SHOTS

GP DRB Avg. 73-74 Wicks ................ 75 488 6.5 74-75 Wicks ................ 82 646 7.9 75-76 Walton .............. 51 549 10.8 76-77 Walton .............. 65 *723 11.1 77-78 Walton .............. 58 648 *11.2 78-79 Lucas ................ 69 524 7.6 79-80 Washington....... 80 517 6.5 80-81 M. Thompson .... 79 463 5.9 81-82 M. Thompson .... 79 663 8.4 82-83 M. Thompson .... 80 570 7.1 83-84 M. Thompson .... 79 453 5.7 84-85 Bowie................ 76 449 5.9 85-86 M. Thompson .... 82 427 5.2 86-87 S. Johnson ........ 79 372 4.7 87-88 Kersey .............. 79 446 5.6 88-89 Duckworth ........ 79 389 4.9 89-90 B. Williams ........ 82 550 6.7 90-91 B. Williams ........ 80 524 6.6 91-92 B. Williams ........ 80 444 5.6 92-93 B. Williams ........ 82 458 5.6 93-94 B. Williams ........ 81 528 6.5 94-95 Dudley .............. 82 439 5.4 95-96 Dudley .............. 80 481 6.0 96-97 Dudley .............. 81 389 4.8 97-98 Sabonis ............ 73 580 7.9 98-99 Sabonis ............ 50 305 6.1 99-00 R. Wallace......... 81 437 5.4 00-01 R. Wallace......... 77 455 5.9 01-02 R. Wallace......... 79 509 6.4 02-03 R. Wallace......... 74 435 5.9 03-04 Randolph .......... 81 609 7.5 04-05 Randolph .......... 46 300 6.5 05-06 Randolph .......... 74 399 5.4 06-07 Randolph .......... 68 489 7.2 07-08 Przybilla ............ 77 454 5.9 08-09 Przybilla ............ 82 513 6.3 09-10 Camby .............. 23 172 7.5 10-11 Camby .............. 59 424 7.2 11-12 Camby .............. 40 249 6.3 12-13 Hickson............. 80 562 7.0 13-14 Aldridge ............ 69 600 8.7 14-15 Aldridge ............ 71 549 7.7 15-16 Plumlee ............ 82 427 5.2 16-17 Aminu ............... 61 374 6.1 17-18 Nurkic ............... 79 519 6.6 18-19 Nurkic ............... 72 505 7.0 (Def. rebounds not an official stat before 73-74)

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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 Lillard ................ 82 Lillard ................ 82 Lillard ................ 75 Lillard ................ 75 Lillard ................ 73 Lillard ................ 80

Ast. 390 413 440 326 424 330 313 380 325 273 555 555 426 395 522 600 715 *831 770 726 649 512 559 740 562 640 584 245 312 406 468 490 285 500 458 306 417 430 400 445 566 390 531 457 507 512 440 481 551

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 5.6 6.2 6.8 5.9 6.6 6.9

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 13-14 Matthews .............82 76 0.9 14-15 Matthews .............60 77 1.3 15-16 McCollum ............80 97 1.2 16-17 Harkless ..............77 85 1.3 17-18 Napier ..................74 81 1.1 18-19 Lillard ...................80 88 1.1 (Steals not an official statistic before 1973-74)

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 87-88 Cald. Jones....... 79 88-89 Cald. Jones....... 72 89-90 Cooper.............. 79 90-91 Kersey .............. 73 C. Robinson ...... 82 91-92 C. Robinson ...... 82 92-93 C. Robinson ...... 82 93-94 C. Robinson ...... 82 94-95 Dudley .............. 82 95-96 Dudley .............. 80 96-97 Dudley .............. 81 97-98 Cato .................. 74 98-99 Sabonis ............ 50 99-00 R. Wallace......... 81 00-01 R. Wallace......... 77 01-02 R. Wallace......... 79 02-03 R. Wallace......... 74 03-04 Ratliff ................ 32 04-05 Ratliff ................ 63 05-06 Przybilla ............ 56 06-07 Outlaw .............. 67 07-08 Aldridge ............ 76 08-09 Przybilla ............ 82 09-10 Oden................. 21 10-11 Camby .............. 59 11-12 Camby .............. 40 12-13 Aldridge ............ 74 13-14 Lopez................ 82 14-15 Lopez................ 59 15-16 Plumlee ............ 82 16-17 Harkless ........... 77 17-18 Nurkic ............... 79 18-19 Nurkic ............... 72 * All -time high 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

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 91 139 84 85 70 111 103

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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 1.7 1.4 1.0 0.9 1.4 1.4

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OWNER LEADERS YEARLY PERSONAL FOULS 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

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 Randolph .......... 81 Przybilla ............ 76 Khryapa ............ 69 Magloire............ 81 Aldridge ............ 76

50-40 POINTS CLUB

PF 265 277 305 295 289 289 294 268 329 307 258 233 318 274 278 270 *340 302 300 304 263 274 287 263 286 251 251 268 175 216 206 212 223 227 239 209 226 240

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 3.7 3.1 3.0 2.8 3.2

08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

........................GP Oden................. 61 Oden................. 21 G. Wallace ........ 23 Aldridge ............ 55 Aldridge ............ 74 Lillard ................ 82 Williams ............ 74 Lillard ................ 82 Plumlee ............ 82 Harkless ........... 77 Nurkic ............... 79 Nurkic ............... 72

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 90-91 91-92 92-93

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 Duckworth ....................... 81 C. Robinson ..................... 82 C. Robinson ..................... 82

59 Damian Lillard vs. Utah ............................... 4/8/17 54 Damon Stoudamire at New Orleans ......... 1/14/05 52 Brandon Roy vs. Phoenix........................ 12/18/08 52 Andre Miller at Dallas................................ 1/30/10 51 Geoff Petrie at Houston ............................ 1/20/73 51 Geoff Petrie vs. Houston ........................... 3/16/73 51 Damian Lillard vs. Golden State ............... 2/19/16 51 Damian Lillard vs. Oklahoma City ........... 3/7/19 50 Clyde Drexler vs. Sacramento .................... 1/6/89 50 Damian Lillard at Toronto ............................ 3/4/16 50 CJ McCollum vs. Chicago ......................... 1/31/18 50 Damian Lillard at Sacramento .................... 2/9/18 50 *Damian Lillard vs. Oklahoma City........ 4/23/19 49 Damian Lillard at Miami ............................ 3/19/17 48 Kiki Vandeweghe at Seattle ........................ 3/5/87 48 Clyde Drexler vs. New York ..................... 11/22/89 48 Clyde Drexler vs. San Antonio ................ 11/24/91 47 Kiki Vandeweghe at Kansas City ............ 10/27/84 47 Darius Miles at Denver ............................. 4/19/05 46 Geoff Petrie vs. Seattle ............................. 3/19/71 46 Maurice Lucas at Boston .......................... 1/12/78 46 *LaMarcus Aldridge at Houston.................. 4/20/14 45 *Bonzi Wells at Dallas ................................ 4/23/03 44 LaMarcus Aldridge vs. Denver .................. 1/23/14 44 Damian Lillard vs. Golden State ............... 2/14/18 43 Geoff Petrie vs. Seattle ............................. 2/12/71 43 Geoff Petrie vs. Philadelphia ..................... 2/23/71 43 Geoff Petrie vs. Seattle ........................... 11/22/73 43 Geoff Petrie at Philadelphia ....................... 3/2074 43 Lionel Hollins vs. Boston ........................... 2/22/77 43 Clyde Drexler at Denver.......................... 12/20/88 43 Clyde Drexler vs. L.A. Lakers .................... 4/21/89 43 Zach Randolph vs. Memphis .................... 3/29/07 43 *LaMarcus Aldridge at Houston.................. 4/23/14 43 Damian Lillard at San Antonio ................. 12/19/14 43 CJ McCollum at Minnesota ......................... 1/1/17 42 Geoff Petrie at Golden State....................... 2/8/73 42 Clyde Drexler at Chicago .......................... 2/26/88 42 Clyde Drexler at Philadelphia ..................... 3/3/88 42 Clyde Drexler at Utah ............................... 4/14/88 42 Clyde Drexler at Phoenix ........................ 12/16/88 42 *Clyde Drexler at L.A. Lakers ..................... 4/29/92 42 Rasheed Wallace vs. Denver .................... 2/20/01 42 Zach Randolph at Memphis ...................... 1/27/07 42 *Brandon Roy vs. Houston ......................... 4/21/09 42 Brandon Roy at Houston ........................ 10/31/09 42 LaMarcus Aldridge vs. Chicago .................. 2/7/11 42 Damian Lillard at Dallas ............................ 11/4/16 42 CJ McCollum at Memphis ......................... 3/28/18 42 Damian Lillard at Miami........................ 10/27/18 * Accomplished in a Playoff Game

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PF 238 84 63 153 187 197 197 164 253 214 247 250

41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

Avg. 3.9 4.0 2.7 2.8 2.5 2.4 2.7 2.0 3.1 2.8 3.1 3.5 No. 5 8 8 10 6 8 7 7 15 8 10 7 10 3 3 9 8 *16 8 6 6 7 5 11 8

........................... GP Drexler ............................. 68 Dudley ............................. 82 McKie .............................. 81 C. Robinson ..................... 81 Sabonis ........................... 73 R. Wallace........................ 49 Sabonis ........................... 66 Wells ................................ 66 00-01 Kemp ............................... 68 01-02 Pippen ............................. 62 02-03 R. Wallace........................ 74 Wells ................................ 75 03-04 Stoudamire ...................... 82 McInnis ............................ 39 04-05 Ratliff ............................... 63 05-06 Khryapa ........................... 69 06-07 Aldridge ........................... 63 07-08 Aldridge ........................... 76 08-09 Aldridge ........................... 81 Oden................................ 61 09-10 Aldridge ........................... 78 Przybilla ........................... 30 10-11 Aldridge ........................... 81 11-12 Aldridge ........................... 55 Wallace ............................ 42 12-13 Aldridge ........................... 74 Babbitt ............................. 62 Claver .............................. 49 Price ................................ 39 13-14 Lopez............................... 82 14-15 Afflalo .............................. 78 Crabbe ............................. 51 Kaman ............................. 74 Matthews ......................... 60 Wright .............................. 48 15-16 Plumlee ........................... 82 16-17 Harkless .......................... 77 17-18 Collins.............................. 66 18-19 ........................................ 72 * All -time high 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00

No. 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 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 2 9

Geoff Petrie at Detroit ................................. 3/2/71 Geoff Petrie at Seattle .............................. 3/23/73 Maurice Lucas vs. Atlanta ......................... 2/11/77 Jim Paxson vs. Chicago ............................ 3/16/84 Clyde Drexler vs. Dallas ............................ 3/14/86 Kiki Vandeweghe at Seattle .................... 11/18/87 Clyde Drexler at L.A. Clippers................... 2/17/88 Clyde Drexler vs. San Antonio ................ 12/11/88 Clyde Drexler at Houston.......................... 3/20/89 Clyde Drexler at Boston ............................ 3/15/92 *Terry Porter at Utah................................... 5/19/92 Clyde Drexler vs. L.A. Clippers ................. 11/5/94 Clifford Robinson vs. Minnesota ................. 1/7/96 Brandon Roy vs. Denver ......................... 12/25/09 Brandon Roy at Golden State ................... 3/11/10 Damian Lillard at Sacramento .................... 1/7/14 Damian Lillard vs. Washington .................... 3/8/16 *CJ McCollum at Golden State................... 4/16/17 Damian Lillard at New Orleans................. 3/27/18 Damian Lillard at Orlando .................... 10/25/18 Damian Lillard vs. Orlando .................. 11/28/18 *CJ McCollum vs. Denver .......................... 5/3/19 Jim Barnett vs. New York .......................... 11/8/70 Geoff Petrie at Seattle ................................ 1/1/71 Geoff Petrie at San Diego ........................... 3/7/71 Geoff Petrie at Atlanta ............................ 11/15/73 Billy Ray Bates at San Diego .................... 3/29/81 *Mychal Thompson at Kansas City............... 4/3/81 Jim Paxson vs. Houston............................ 1/15/85 Steve Johnson at Cleveland ................... 11/26/86 Kiki Vandeweghe at San Antonio .............. 12/9/86 Clyde Drexler vs. San Antonio ................ 12/20/87 Terry Porter at Golden State ..................... 3/18/88 Clyde Drexler vs. Sacramento .................. 4/23/89 Terry Porter at Golden State ................... 11/14/92 Clifford Robinson at Utah.......................... 4/15/93 Isaiah Rider vs. Boston ............................. 2/16/97 Zach Randolph at Charlotte........................ 2/9/07 LaMarcus Aldridge vs. San Antonio ............ 2/1/11 Gerald Wallace at Oklahoma City ............. 3/27/11 Damian Lillard at Oklahoma City ............ 12/23/14 Damian Lillard vs. Golden State ................. 1/8/16 *Damian Lillard vs. Golden State .................. 5/7/16 Damian Lillard at Cleveland .................... 11/23/16 Damian Lillard at Denver ........................ 12/15/16 Damian Lillard at Phoenix ......................... 2/24/18 CJ McCollum vs. Milwaukee .................. 11/6/18 Damian Lillard at Washington.............. 11/18/18 CJ McCollum at Memphis .................... 12/12/18 Damian Lillard vs. Golden State .......... 12/29/18

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GENERALLEADERS CAREER MANAGER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drexler ..................... 867 Kersey...................... 831 Porter ....................... 758 Aldridge ................... 648 C. Robinson ............. 644 Paxson..................... 627 Steele ...................... 610 Williams ................... 557 M. Thompson ........... 551 Lillard ...................... 549

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

Drexler ................ 29,496 Porter .................. 23,978 Aldridge .............. 22,972 Kersey................. 21,760 Lillard .................. 19,907 C. Robinson ........ 19,839 Wallace ............... 19,309 M. Thompson ...... 18,913 Paxson................ 18,398 Stoudamire ......... 17,497

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

Drexler ................ 18,040 Lillard ................. 12,909 Aldridge .............. 12,562 Porter .................. 11,330 C. Robinson ........ 10,405 Kersey................. 10,067 Paxson................ 10,003 Petrie .................... 9,732 M.Thompson.......... 9,215 Wallace ................. 9,119

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

Porter .................... 5,319 Drexler .................. 4,933 Lillard ................... 3,479 Stoudamire ........... 3,018 Strickland.............. 2,573 Petrie .................... 2,057 Paxson.................. 2,007 M. Thompson ........ 1,848 Kersey................... 1,762 Steele ................... 1,719

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

Drexler .................. 6,889 Aldridge ................ 5,121 Lillard ............4,277 Paxson.................. 4,058 Porter .................... 4,001 Kersey................... 3,981 Petrie .................... 3,970 C. Robinson .......... 3,936 M. Thompson ........ 3,777 Wallace ................. 3,634

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

Drexler ................ 14,425 Aldridge .............. 10,565 Lillard ............9,862 C. Robinson .......... 8,820 Petrie .................... 8,719 Porter .................... 8,506 Kersey................... 8,361 Paxson.................. 8,075 Wicks .................... 7,605 M. Thompson ........ 7,476

FG Percentage

(2,000 FGs made minimum)

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

Williams ................. .550 Natt ........................ .543 Vandeweghe .......... .526 M. Thompson .......... .505 Paxson.................... .503 Sabonis .................. .500 Wallace ................... .497 Aldridge .................. .485 Steele ..................... .483 Drexler .................... .478

3-pt. FGs Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lillard ................... 1,506 Matthews ................. 826 McCollum ............... 823 Porter ....................... 773 Batum ...................... 751 Stoudamire .............. 717 C. Robinson ............. 492 Blake........................ 492 9. Drexler ..................... 464 10. Aminu ...................... 417

3-pt. FGs Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Lillard ................... 4,090 Matthews .............. 2,096 Batum ................... 2,071 McCollum ............ 2,051 Porter .................... 2,006 Stoudamire ........... 1,998 Drexler .................. 1,531 C. Robinson .......... 1,408 Blake..................... 1,236 Aminu ................... 1,180

3-pt. Percentage

(250 3-pt. made minimum)

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

Crabbe .................... .411 McCollum .............. .401 Blake....................... .398 Matthews ................ .394 Porter ...................... .385 Leonard .................. .385 Webster .................. .372 Lillard ..................... .368 Fernandez .............. .364 Batum ..................... .363

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

Drexler .................. 3,798 Lillard ................... 2,849 Porter .................... 2,555 Aldridge ................ 2,259 Kersey................... 2,071 C. Robinson .......... 2,041 Wicks .................... 1,878 Paxson.................. 1,800 Petrie .................... 1,792 M. Thompson ........ 1,661

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

Drexler .................. 4,816 Lillard ................... 3,205 Porter .................... 3,020 C. Robinson .......... 3,004 Kersey................... 2,963 Aldridge ................ 2,839 Wicks .................... 2,635 M. Thompson ........ 2,594 Paxson.................. 2,237 Petrie .................... 2,229

FT Percentage

(500 FTs made minimum)

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

Lillard ..................... .889 Vandeweghe .......... .881 S. Smith .................. .870 Jack ........................ .853 Porter ..................... .846 Stoudamire ............. .846 D. Anderson ............ .843 McCollum .............. .839 Andre Miller ............ .835 Nicolas Batum ........ .834

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

Aldridge ................ 5,434 Drexler .................. 5,339 Kersey................... 5,078 M. Thompson ........ 4,878 Williams ................ 4,861 Wicks .................... 4,086 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 Aldridge ................ 1,736 Williams ................ 1,694 M. Thompson ........ 1,489 Duckworth ............ 1,163 C. Robinson .......... 1,067 Randolph ................. 946 Przybilla ................... 911 Gross ....................... 908

Personal Fouls 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Drexler .................. 2,699 Kersey................... 2,638 C. Robinson .......... 2,052 Steele ................... 1,832 Duckworth ............ 1,753 Williams ................ 1,726 Aldridge ................ 1,696 M. Thompson ........ 1,696 9. Wallace ................. 1,629 10. Porter .................... 1,489

Disqualifications 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 ..................... 22

Consecutive Games Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

C. Robinson .............461 Lillard ......................275 Porter .......................198 Williams ...................196 Owens .....................188

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

Aldridge ................ 3,698 M. Thompson ........ 3,389 Kersey................... 3,178 Williams ................ 3,167 Drexler .................. 3,112 Wallace ................. 2,892 Sabonis ................ 2,702 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 ............. 724 Wallace .................... 693 Aldridge ................... 658 Przybilla ................... 623 Kersey...................... 622 Drexler ..................... 594 Walton ..................... 533 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 trailblazers.com

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OWNERBLAZERS YEARLY NBA RANKINGS TRAIL 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 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 TOTALS

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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 6-T 8 12-T 15-T 7 5-T

*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)

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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 31 32 28 25 28 32 1342

HOME L Rank

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 10 9 13 16 13 9 641

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 7 4 8-T 12-T 9-T 3-T

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ROAD L Rank

9 28 4 37 8 33 5 36 10 31 11 30 14 27 22 19 12 29 12 29 15 26 15 26 15 26 15 26 12 29 13 28 15 26 20 21 11 30 24 17 27 14 24 17 21 20 17 24 17 23 18 23 20 21 20 21 13 12 29 12 22 19 19 22 23 18 16 25 9 32 6 35 14 27 13 28 20 21 24 17 18 23 8 25 11 30 23 18 19 22 16 25 16 25 21 20 21 20 792 1195

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 4-T 11-T 16-T 16-T 7-T 7-T

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


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 '13-14 '14-15 '15-16 '16-17 '17-18 '18-19

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 3207 3175 3167 3243 3222 3470

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 7134 7049 7040 7059 7132 7427

.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 .450 .450 .450 .459 .452 .467

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 26 25 29 35 25 51 74 98 117 216 228 341 325 275 272 462 480 501 324 246 407 369 466 379 381 420 364 426 538 596 491 518 478 673 770 807 864 852 845 904

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 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 2071 2231 2336 2272 2308 2520

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— .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 .372 .362 .370 .375 .366 .359

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 1569 1272 1424 1513 1372 1558

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 1926 1589 1889 1940 1715 1914

.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 .815 .801 .754 .780 .800 .814

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 3808 3760 3730 3580 3728 3935

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 1904 1799 1748 1733 1599 1887

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 1576 1494 1782 1736 1599 1669

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 8753 8429 8622 8851 8661 9402

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 97.5 106.7 102.8 105.1 107.9 105.6 114.7

Bold indicates all-time high for Trail Blazers. Bold in personal foul column is all-time low. 1998-99 (50 games) and 2011-12 (66 games) were lockout-shortened seasons.

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GENERAL MANAGER YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATS - OFFENSE


OWNER YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATS - DEFENSE 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 '13-14 '14-15 '15-16 '16-17 '17-18 '19-20

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 3248 3130 3146 3213 3146 3371

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 7203 7123 6945 7069 7042 7384

.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 .451 .439 .453 .455 .447 .457

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 55 34 54 55 57 59 83 116 141 198 190 236 244 277 296 442 472 457 373 220 394 406 466 438 417 440 498 467 533 487 480 529 442 521 534 524 700 762 794 878

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— .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 .355 .338 .371 .370 .364 .359

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 1396 1298 1562 1706 1362 1438

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 1822 1713 2129 2173 1803 1868

.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 .766 .758 .734 .785 .755 .770

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 3566 3656 3583 3608 3518 3515

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 1675 1669 1770 1688 1655 1906

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 1698 1534 1597 1624 1564 1699

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 8426 8082 8554 8894 8448 9058

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 97.8 100.7 102.8 98.6 104.3 108.5 103.0 110.5

—— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 186 129 206 188 206 232 248 421 462 546 565 730 805 811 830 1189 1355 1279 1087 691 1195 1103 1285 1285 1222 1283 1306 1293 1499 1301 1399 1440 1217 1531 1504 1552 1888 2058 2179 2443

Bold indicates all-time low by Trail Blazers defense. Bold in personal foul column is opponents' all-time high. 1998-99 (50 games) and 2011-12 (66 games) were lockout-shortened seasons.

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GENERALWINNING, YEARLY MANAGERLOSING STREAKS 1970-71 .......... 5 1971-72 .......... 3 1972-73 .......... 3 1973-74 .......... 3 1974-75 .......... 6 1975-76 .......... 7 1976-77 .......... 6 1977-78 .......... 8 1978-79 .......... 5 1979-80 .......... 9 1980-81 .......... 9 1981-82 .......... 7 1982-83 .......... 6 1983-84 .......... 8 1984-85 .......... 5 1985-86 .......... 4 1986-87 .......... 5 1987-88 .......... 9 1988-89 .......... 4 1989-90 ........ 10 1990-91 ........16* 1991-92 .......... 7 1992-93 .......... 8 1993-94 .......... 6 1994-95 .......... 4 1995-96 .......... 7 1996-97 ........ 11 1997-98 .......... 5 1998-99 .......... 8 1999-00 ........ 11 2000-01 ........ 10 2001-02 ........ 12 2002-03 .......... 8 2003-04 .......... 5 2004-05 .......... 3 2005-06 .......... 4 2006-07 .......... 5 2007-08 ........ 13 2008-09 .......... 6 2009-10 .......... 6 2010-11 .......... 6 2011-12 .......... 3 2012-13 .......... 5 2013-14 ........ 11 2014-15 .......... 9 2015-16 .......... 6 2016-17 .......... 6 2017-18 ........ 13 2018-19 .......... 6

Home Winning Streak

1970-71 .......... 5 1971-72 .......... 2 1972-73 .......... 3 1973-74 .......... 4 1974-75 ........ 10 1975-76 .......... 6 1976-77 ........ 15 1977-78 ........26* 1978-79 ........ 10 1979-80 .......... 6 1980-81 .......... 7 1981-82 .......... 6 1982-83 ........ 15 1983-84 .......... 9 1984-85 ........ 11 1985-86 .......... 8 1986-87 ........ 12 1987-88 ........ 11 1988-89 ........ 12 1989-90 ........ 12 1990-91 ........ 13 1991-92 ........ 13 1992-93 .......... 7 1993-94 ........ 11 1994-95 .......... 6 1995-96 ........ 11 1996-97 .......... 9 1997-98 .......... 6 1998-99 ........ 17 1999-00 ........ 16 2000-01 ........ 10 2001-02 .......... 8 2002-03 .......... 4 2003-04 .......... 6 2004-05 .......... 4 2005-06 .......... 4 2006-07 .......... 4 2007-08 ........ 12 2008-09 ........ 12 2009-10 .......... 6 2010-11 .......... 8 2011-12 .......... 6 2012-13 .......... 9 2013-14 .......... 8 2014-15 .......... 7 2015-16 .......... 8 2016-17 .......... 8 2017-18 .......... 9 2018-19 .......... 8

Road Winning Streak

1970-71 .......... 3 1971-72 .......... 1 1972-73 .......... 2 1973-74 .......... 2 1974-75 .......... 2 1975-76 .......... 3 1976-77 .......... 3 1977-78 .......... 4 1978-79 .......... 4 1979-80 .......... 3 1980-81 .......... 5 1981-82 .......... 3 1982-83 .......... 2 1983-84 .......... 4 1984-85 .......... 2 1985-86 .......... 4 1986-87 .......... 3 1987-88 .......... 5 1988-89 .......... 3 1989-90 .......... 6 1990-91 ..........9* 1991-92 .......... 4 1992-93 .......... 3 1993-94 .......... 3 1994-95 .......... 3 1995-96 .......... 3 1996-97 .......... 4 1997-98 .......... 4 1998-99 .......... 6 1999-00 .......... 5 2000-01 .......... 5 2001-02 .......... 6 2002-03 .......... 5 2003-04 .......... 4 2004-05 .......... 2 2005-06 .......... 2 2006-07 .......... 3 2007-08 .......... 3 2008-09 .......... 3 2009-10 .......... 5 2010-11 .......... 7 2011-12 .......... 1 2012-13 .......... 2 2013-14 .......... 7 2014-15 .......... 7 2015-16 .......... 6 2016-17 .......... 4 2017-18 .......... 7 2018-19 .......... 4

Overall Losing Streak

1970-71 .......... 9 1971-72 ........13* 1972-73 .......... 9 1973-74 .......... 9 1974-75 .......... 6 1975-76 .......... 4 1976-77 .......... 5 1977-78 .......... 5 1978-79 .......... 6 1979-80 ........ 10 1980-81 .......... 5 1981-82 .......... 5 1982-83 .......... 4 1983-84 .......... 5 1984-85 .......... 7 1985-86 ........ 12 1986-87 .......... 4 1987-88 .......... 5 1988-89 .......... 6 1989-90 .......... 3 1990-91 .......... 4 1991-92 .......... 3 1992-93 .......... 4 1993-94 .......... 4 1994-95 .......... 4 1995-96 .......... 6 1996-97 .......... 5 1997-98 .......... 5 1998-99 .......... 2 1999-00 .......... 3 2000-01 .......... 5 2001-02 .......... 6 2002-03 .......... 3 2003-04 .......... 5 2004-05 .......... 7 2005-06 ........ 11 2006-07 .......... 5 2007-08 .......... 5 2008-09 .......... 3 2009-10 .......... 3 2010-11 .......... 6 2011-12 .......... 7 2012-13 ........13* 2013-14 .......... 4 2014-15 .......... 5 2015-16 .......... 7 2016-17 .......... 6 2017-18 .......... 5 2018-19 .......... 3

Home Losing Streak

1970-71 .......... 5

1971-72 .......... 6 1972-73 .......... 6 1973-74 .......... 4 1974-75 .......... 3 1975-76 .......... 4 1976-77 .......... 3 1977-78 .......... 2 1978-79 .......... 1 1979-80 .......... 3 1980-81 .......... 2 1981-82 .......... 3 1982-83 .......... 2 1983-84 .......... 3 1984-85 .......... 4 1985-86 .......... 5 1986-87 .......... 2 1987-88 .......... 2 1988-89 .......... 4 1989-90 .......... 1 1990-91 .......... 2 1991-92 .......... 2 1992-93 .......... 4 1993-94 .......... 3 1994-95 .......... 3 1995-96 .......... 6 1996-97 .......... 2 1997-98 .......... 3 1998-99 .......... 1 1999-00 .......... 4 2000-01 .......... 3 2001-02 .......... 3 2002-03 .......... 2 2003-04 .......... 4 2004-05 ........ 6 2005-06 .......... 5 2006-07 .......... 4 2007-08 .......... 3 2008-09 .......... 2 2009-10 .......... 2 2010-11 .......... 2 2011-12 .......... 4 2012-13 ..........8* 2013-14 .......... 2 2014-15 .......... 1 2015-16 .......... 3 2016-17 .......... 3 2017-18 .......... 6 2018-19 .......... 1

Road Losing Streak

1970-71 ........ 13 1971-72 ........ 19 1972-73 ........ 11 1973-74 ........21* 1974-75 .......... 8 1975-76 .......... 5 1976-77 .......... 6 1977-78 .......... 6 1978-79 .......... 7 1979-80 ........ 12 1980-81 ........ 13 1981-82 .......... 5 1982-83 .......... 5 1983-84 .......... 6 1984-85 .......... 8 1985-86 ........ 13 1986-87 .......... 5 1987-88 .......... 4 1988-89 .......... 9 1989-90 .......... 4 1990-91 .......... 2 1991-92 .......... 3 1992-93 .......... 3 1993-94 .......... 5 1994-95 .......... 6 1995-96 .......... 7 1996-97 .......... 6 1997-98 .......... 4 1998-99 .......... 3 1999-00 .......... 2 2000-01 .......... 3 2001-02 .......... 4 2002-03 .......... 3 2003-04 ........ 10 2004-05 ........ 10 2005-06 ........ 16 2006-07 .......... 5 2007-08 .......... 9 2008-09 .......... 5 2009-10 .......... 4 2010-11 .......... 4 2011-12 .......... 6 2012-13 .......... 7 2013-14 .......... 4 2014-15 .......... 7 2015-16 .......... 6 2016-17 .......... 8 2017-18 .......... 5 2018-19 .......... 6

*Bold indicates franchise record

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 MAURICE LUCAS (3) 12/18/76 L.A. Lakers ....................... 26 2/3/77 at Indiana ......................... 35 2/19/77 at Denver ......................... 35

Rebounds 26 25 20 20 25 22 23 22 22 27 22 21 20 22 22 26 22 21 26 21 22 20

MYCHAL THOMPSON (4) Points 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 (5) 1/20/12 at Toronto ...................... 33 4/17/13 Golden State ................. 30 11/23/13 at Golden State ............. 30 12/12/13 Houston ......................... 31 1/20/14 at Houston ..................... 27 JUSUF NURKIC (2) 3/9/17 Philadelphia ..................... 28 1/1/19 Portland ........................... 24

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23 21 21 25 20 20 23

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OWNER MONTH-BY-MONTH RECORDS 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 8-4 1994-95 ..................................6-6 7-7 9-6 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 2013-14 ............0-1 13-2 12-4 8-6 7-5 2014-15 ............1-1 12-3 13-3 6-9 6-3 2015-16 ............1-2 6-9 7-10 9-5 9-2 2016-17 ............2-1 8-9 4-11 8-7 2-7 2017-18 ............4-3 9-6 5-8 11-5 6-4 2018-19 ............5-2 8-7 8-7 11-4 5-4 64-68 383-308 370-318 385-318 308-311 .548 .498 .485 .554 .538

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 8-9 10-6 8-8 13-3 12-3 10-5 409-334 .550

April

May

3-0 3-3 5-0 2-3 2-3 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 6-1 3-6 4-2 4-3 2-4 5-1 213-177 .546

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1-3 .250

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 MYCHAL THOMPSON (2) 4/5/83 L.A. Lakers ................ 24 - 12 - 11 1/6/84 Denver ...................... 24 - 16 - 11

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................................ Pts-Reb-Ast 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 (PO).............. 15 - 11 - 10 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

...................... Pts-Reb-Ast 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 (4) 1/21/13 Detroit ....................... 12 - 10 - 11 1/26/13 L.A. Clippers.............. 20 - 10 - 12 11/2/13 San Antonio .............. 11 - 12 - 11 1/8/14 Orlando ..................... 14 - 10 - 14 JUSUF NURKIC (1) 1/16/19 Cleveland ...................... 10-10-10 CJ MCCOLLUM (1) 1/26/19 Atlanta........................... 28-10-10 EVAN TURNER (2) 4/1/19 at Minnesota ................. 13-11-10 4/3/19 Memphis ....................... 13-12-11 All Triple-doubles in Pts-Reb-Ast unless noted. *Pts-Reb-Stl **Pts-Ast-Stl


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 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

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 5 8 10 9 15 7

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 3 15 5 17 9T 16 13 14 8 20 7 12

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 7 13 27 28 15 14T 11 11 15 18T 5 13

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 1 1 19 14 3 2

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 3 4T 16 1 4 8 15 14 9 5 3 7

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 1 2 5 14 3T 3

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 9 12 21 23 30 25

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 6 2T 26 26 13 11T

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 12T 8T 24T 28T 14T 9

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 30 14 27 18T 25 18 25T 10T 26 7 25 16

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PTS 4 15 10 10 7 11 3 12 14 21 6 9 15 6 4 3 1 2 6 4 3 4 4 3 10 16 11 19 5 5 14 14 15 21 27 30 29 27T 14 21 24 16 15 4 9 6 8 16 6

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GENERALOFFENSIVE YEARLY MANAGERRANKINGS


OWNERBLAZERS IN OVERTIME TRAIL 1970-71 (1-2)

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

1972-73 (1-1) 10/22 at Seattle 3/25 Buffalo

111 -121 131 -130 101 -100 117 -118 117 -127

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

1987-88 (1-1) 3/17 4/22

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at Denver Denver

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

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)

128 -123 147 -142 118 -121 125 -121 126 -120

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

144 -140 119 -121 132 -128 134 -136 128 -120

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

95 -93 125 -123 130 -124 98 -100 101 -102 109 -111 109 -105

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

107 -98 114 -116 102 -105 128 -132 124 -116 148 -152

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

123 -134 121 -115 103 -101 104 -93 106 -98 113 -111 118 -127 117 -122

1990-91 (4-3)

1991-92 (2-4)

1992-93 (5-3) L W W W W W L L

1993-94 (2-1) 12/14 at Dallas 12/26 G.S. 1/18 at Denver

W 100 -93 L 106 -108 W 104 -103

2/15

at Phoenix

L 113 -120

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)

L W L L W W

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

1994-95 (0-1) 1995-96 (3-3)

1996-97 (2-5)

100 -107 103 -101 100 -104 121 -124 114 -110 113 -108

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

11/20 11/26 2/20 3/9

at Charlotte Houston at Sac. at Indiana

1999-00 (3-1)

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

2001-02 (3-2) 1/17 1/22 3/2 3/9 4/14

Miami Sac. at Milw. at Denver Lakers

L W W L W

90 -92 116 -110 104 -103 106 -109 128 -120

11/3 at Lakers 12/14 at Minn.

L W

95 -98 98 -92

2002-03 (4-2)

12/28 1/22 1/24 2/11

at Sac. W 119 -113 at Atlanta (2) W 112 -110 at N.O. W 97 -96 San Ant. L 111 -116

2011-12 (1-3)

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)

2012-13 (5-1)

2003-04 (6-5) W W L L W W W L W L L

112 -110 97 -95 108 -119 96 -103 109 -105 102 -95 94 -91 85 -93 115 -108 100 -110 104 -105

2004-05 (0-2) 12/10 at Utah 1/18 at Sac.

L 87 -92 L 107 -113

2005-06 (1-1) 12/9 1/22

N.O./Okla. Dallas

W L

2006-07 (5-5)

98 -95 89 -95

12/6 12/22 1/6 1/24 1/27 2/2 2/6 2/9 3/16 3/23

at Milw. Toronto at Sac. Minnesota at Mem. (2) at Denver Phoenix at Charlotte at Lakers at Atlanta

L L W W W L L W L W

94 -102 100 -101 110 -105 101 -98 135 -132 107 -114 102 -109 108 -100 111 -116 102 -100

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

117 -113 115 -109 109 -116 111 -109 94 -88 103 -105 120 -114

2007-08 (5-2)

2008-09 (1-4) 11/6 12/12 1/17 3/19 3/23

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

2009-10 (1-5)

2010-11 (2-3) 11/4 1/9 1/19 2/23 2/25

Okla. City Miami at Sac. Lakers Denver

L L W L W

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

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

11/17 2/15 12/26 2/7 3/9 3/18 4/13

at Toronto at Detroit Clippers at Indiana at Houston Milwaukee Golden St.

W W W L L W W

118 -110 111 -109 116 -112 113 -118 113 -118 120 -115 119 -117

12/19 12/23 12/30 2/7 3/4

at San Ant. at Okla. City Toronto at Dallas at Clippers

W W W L W

129 -119 115 -111 102 -97 101 -111 98 -93

11/18 12/1 2/8 3/8 3/20

at Houston Dallas at Memphis Washington at Dallas

L L W W L

103-108 112 -115 112 -106 116 -109 120 -132

10/29 11/2 11/11 1/8 1/21 2/13 2/28 3/9 3/11

at Denver at Phoenix Sacramento Detroit (2) at Boston Atlanta at Detroit Philadelphia Washington

W L W L W L L W L

115-113 115-118 122-120 124-125 127-123 104-109 113-120 114-108 124-125

11/1 1/1 2/8

at Utah at Chicago Charlotte

L 103-112 W 124-120 W 109-103

10/22 12/23 12/27 1/1 3/7 3/25

Washington L Dallas W at Golden St. W at Sac. W Okla. City L Brooklyn (2) W

2013-14 (5-2)

2014-15 (4-1)

2015-16 (2-3)

2016-17 (4-5)

2017-18 (2-1) 2018-19 (4-2)

124-125 121-118 110-109 113-108 121-129 148-144

106 -107 100 -107 94 -90 101 -106 107 -106

The Overtime Chart G Overall ................ 231 Home ............. 102 Away.............. 129 2 OTs ..................... 25 Home ............... 11 Away................ 14 3 OTs ....................... 4 Home ................. 1 Away.................. 3 4 OTs ....................... 3 Home ................. 3 Away.................. 0

W 126 59 67 13 6 7 3 0 3 1 1 0

Last OT game 3/7/19 ..............Oklahoma City Last 2 OT game 3/25/19 ............Brooklyn Last 3 OT game 12/19/14 ..........at San Antonio Last 4 OT game 11/14/97 ..........Phoenix

L 105 43 62 12 5 7 1 1 0 2 2 0

Pct. .545 .578 .519 .520 .545 .500 .750 .000 1.000 .333 .333 .000 L

121-129

W

148-144

W

129-119

L

139-140


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 LaMarcus Aldridge........ 8th LaMarcus Aldridge........ 7th Damian Lillard ............. 6th Damian Lillard ...........6thT Damian Lillard ...........4thT Damian Lillard ............. 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 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19

G 82 79 80 73 79 79 81 78 76 78 55 74 69 71 75 75 73 80

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 1603 23.2 1661 23.4 1879 25.1 2024 27.0 1962 26.9 2067 25.8

FG Pct.

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 Robin Lopez ..................7th

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 2013-14

FG 376 491 381 600 421 325 515 500 494 413 358 340 385 394 380 361 466 542 387 590 319 319 418 355

FGA 711 930 720 1095 761 571 894 857 889 754 595 563 681 723 681 674 875 1045 726 1178 619 601 744 644

Pct. .529 .528 .529 .548 .553 .569 .576 .583 .556 .548 .602 .604 .565 .545 .558 .536 .533 .519 .533 .501 .515 .531 .562 .551

FT Pct.

Year 1971-72 1978-79 1980-81 1984-85 1985-86 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1989-90 1993-94 2000-01 2001-02 2003-04 2004-05 2011-12 2013-14 2015-16 2016-17 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19

FT 315 261 170 369 217 523 467 159 421 204 309 174 127 182 191 371 414 268 488 493 468

FTA 379 299 199 412 244 602 527 181 472 234 347 196 145 199 206 426 464 294 545 538 513

Pct. .831 .873 .854 .896 .889 .869 .886 .878 .892 .872 .890 .888 .876 .914 .927 .871 .892 .912 .895 .916 .912

Rank Stan McKenzie.............. 9th Dave Twardzik ............... 7th Billy Ray Bates............ 10th Kiki Vandeweghe ......... 2nd Jim Paxson ................... 4th Kiki Vandeweghe .......... 8th Kiki Vandeweghe .......... 7th Kiki Vandeweghe ........ 10th Terry Porter ................... 6th Terry Porter ................... 9th Steve Smith ................ 6th Damon Stoudamire....... 4th Damon Stoudamire..... 10th Damon Stoudamire....... 4th Jamal Crawford ..............1st Damian Lillard ............. 8th Damian Lillard ............. 6th CJ McCollum ............... 1st Damian Lillard ............. 7th Damian Lillard .............3rd Damian Lillard .............3rd

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

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 CJ McCollum ............... 8th Allen Crabbe ................ 2nd CJ McCollum ............... 7th Seth Curry .................... 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 2015-16 197 472 2016-17 134 302 2016-17 185 439 2018-19 113 251

Pct. .481 .459 .415 .406 .414 .459 .444 .417 .444 .421 .450

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 LaMarcus Aldridge........ 7th LaMarcus Aldridge........ 9th

Year 1976-77 1976-77 1979-80 1981-82 1989-90 1997-98 2003-04 2009-10 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

G Reb. 65 934 79 899 80 842 79 921 82 800 73 729 81 851 74 871 80 828 69 766 71 726

Avg. 14.4 11.4 10.5 11.7 9.8 10.0 10.5 11.8 10.4 11.1 10.2

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 Damian Lillard ............. 8th Damian Lillard .........10thT

Year 1980-81 1981-82 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98 2015-16 2017-18

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 75 512 6.8 73 481 6.6

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 2013-14 2017-18

G Blk. 68 107 65 211 58 146 79 170 76 203 82 163 85 307 63 158 76 163 56 130 74 146 82 139 79 111

Avg. 1.57 3.25 2.52 2.15 2.67 1.99 3.61 2.51 2.14 2.32 1.97 1.70 1.41

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 Robin Lopez ................. 8th Jusuf Nurkic ..............9thT

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OWNER IN TRAIL BLAZERS HISTORY FIRSTS 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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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.

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

May 11 - LeRoy Ellis of the Baltimore Bullets is the first selection by Portland in the NBA expansion draft.

Jan. 20 - Geoff Petrie scores 51 points in Houston to become the first Trail Blazer to break the 50-point mark.

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.

March 16 - Geoff Petrie repeats his 51-point performance in Memorial Coliseum, also against Houston.

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.

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

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. 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

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.

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. 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.

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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.


OWNERBLAZERS YEARLY MILESTONES TRAIL 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.

1984

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.

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1978

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.

Feb. 12 - Denver trips Portland, 103-101, ending the Trail Blazers’ 34-game win streak in Memorial Coliseum.

April 24 - Portland sells out (12,666) for the 400th consecutive game in a playoff contest vs. Denver.

Feb. 28 - The Trail Blazers defeat Philadelphia, 113-92, to record their 50th win in 60 games.

May 28 - Mike Schuler is named head coach of the Trail Blazers, replacing Jack Ramsay who guided the team for 10 seasons.

April 9 - Portland defeats the Lakers, 114-99, in Memorial Coliseum to finish the season with the NBA's best record, 58-24.

1979

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.

May 2 - The Trail Blazers join forces with radio station KEX.

Sept. 9 - Jon Spoelstra is named general manager of the team; Bucky Buckwalter is named vice president-basketball operations.

March 24 - The Trail Blazers retire a player’s number for the first time in ceremonies honoring Lloyd Neal (No. 36). 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.

1987

March 19 - Harry Glickman, executive vice president and founder of the club, is named president of the Trail Blazers.

1980

April 24 - Mike Schuler is honored as NBA Coach of the Year, the first Trail Blazers head coach to win the Red Auerbach Trophy.

1981

May 31 - Larry Weinberg announces he has sold the Trail Blazers to Seattle computer magnate Paul Allen.

Oct. 30 - The first Trail Blazers college scholarship program is announced with Portland, the first team in the NBA to offer scholarships, awarding four. March 21 - Jack Ramsay signs new three-year contract, with two option years, to coach the Trail Blazers.

1988

May 18 - Stu Inman is named the team's general manager.

Nov. 4 - The Trail Blazers honor Maurice Lucas by retiring his uniform number (No. 20).

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).

Jan. 6 - Portland extends its sellout streak to 500 games, the longest in NBA history.

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 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.

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1989

Feb. 18 - Rick Adelman is named interim head coach following the firing of Mike Schuler. April 14 - KEX radio, 1190 AM, is named the flagship station for the Trail Blazers. 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.


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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.

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. 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. 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. 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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.


OWNERBLAZERS YEARLY MILESTONES TRAIL 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. 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.

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. 19 - Scottie Pippen tallies his 2,000th career steal at Orlando. Pippen ranks sixth 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. 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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.


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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. March 4 - Player Personnel Director Kevin Pritchard takes over as interim head coach, replacing Maurice Cheeks. 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 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.

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).

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. trailblazers.com

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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.


OWNERBLAZERS YEARLY MILESTONES TRAIL 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.

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. 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. 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. June 6 - Neil Olshey is named the 10th general manager in team history.

May 13 - Brandon Roy is named to the All-NBA Second Team. He becomes the first Trail Blazer to garner All-NBA accolades since Clyde Drexler in 1991-92.

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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. 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.

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.

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.

Aug. 7 - Terry Stotts is named Trail Blazers head coach, the 14th head coach in franchise history.

2011

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). 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. 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.

2012

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.

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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).

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

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. 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. 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 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.


GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER YEARLY MILESTONES 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)

April 16 - Portland records its 54th win of the season in a 110-104 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers. The 21-game improvement from 2012-13 is the largest increase in wins between 82-game seasons in team history.

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.

April 20 - LaMarcus Aldridge tallies a Trail Blazers franchise playoff record with 46 points to go with 18 rebounds in Game 1 at Houston, giving Portland a 1-0 series lead over the Rockets.

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. Dec. 2 - Head Coach Terry Stotts is named NBA Western Conference Coach of the Month for the month of November. Stotts led Portland to a 13-3 start to win the award. Dec. 16 - LaMarcus Aldridge is named NBA Western Conference Player of the Week, becoming the first Trail Blazer to win the award three times in a season since Clyde Drexler in 1990-91, and the second player in franchise history to win it six times, joining Drexler (10). Dec. 30 - LaMarcus Aldridge records his 10,000th career point on his first basket against the New Orleans Pelicans. Aldridge becomes just the sixth player in franchise history to score at least 10,000 points with the Trail Blazers and the second fastest to do so (539 games).

2014

Jan. 2 - In a game vs. Charlotte, the Trail Blazers score a franchise-record 21 3-pointers in a single game for the second time of the season (also Dec. 14 at Philadelphia). Portland is the first NBA team ever to record at least 21 3-pointers in two games in a single season. Jan. 23 - Against the Denver Nuggets, LaMarcus Aldridge scores a career-high 44 points. Aldridge becomes the first Trail Blazer to record at least 44 points and 13 rebounds in a game since Maurice Lucas on Jan. 12, 1979 (46 points, 17 rebounds). Jan. 30 - Damian Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge are named 2014 NBA All-Star reserves by a vote of Western Conference head coaches. Feb. 15 - Damian Lillard becomes the first player in NBA history to compete in three events on All-Star Saturday night.

April 23 - LaMarcus Aldridge scores 43 points in Game 2 at Houston, making him the first NBA player to notch consecutive 40-point playoff games since LeBron James in 2009. Portland takes a 2-0 series lead over the Rockets in the series heading back to Portland. May 2 - In one of the most memorable and improbable plays in NBA history, Damian Lillard takes an inbound pass with 0.9 seconds on the clock, down 98-96 to Houston, and sinks a go-ahead, series-clinching 3-pointer to defeat the Rockets 4-2 and advance the Trail Blazers past the First Round of the NBA Playoffs for the first time in 14 years. June 4 - LaMarcus Aldridge and Damian Lillard are named to the All-NBA Third Team, becoming the first Trail Blazers to be named All-NBA in the same year since Maurice Lucas and Bill Walton in 1977-78. Nov. 17 - Damian Lillard is named NBA Western Conference Player of the Week for the week ending on Nov. 16, after averaging 28.0 points (58.8% FG), 4.7 rebounds, 8.7 assists and 1.33 steals in wins vs. Charlotte, at Denver and vs. Brooklyn. Nov. 30 - In beating the Timberwolves, 107-93, Terry Stotts earns his 100th win as the head coach of the Trail Blazers. He becomes just the eighth coach in Trail Blazers history to notch at least 100 wins. Dec. 8 - LaMarcus Aldridge is named the Western Conference Player of the Week for the week ending on Dec. 7. In a 3-0 week with wins at Denver, vs. Indiana and at New York, Aldridge averaged 27.0 points (third in NBA) and 11.7 rebounds (sixth in NBA). He also shot 45.7% from the field. Dec. 9 - LaMarcus Aldridge passes Terry Porter to become the second-leading scorer in Trail Blazers franchise history (11,331). Dec. 22 - LaMarcus Aldridge is named the Western Conference Player of the Week after averaging 26.3 points, 14.3 rebounds and 2.25 steals in four games (all wins) vs. the Spurs (twice), Bucks and Pelicans. Aldridge recorded adouble-double in all four contests. Dec. 26 - The Trail Blazers connect on a season-high 18 three-pointers against Philadelphia, marking the first time in franchise history that Portland has made at least 15 threepointers in back-to-back games (17 on 12/23 at OKC).

2015

Jan. 5 - Terry Stotts is named the Western Conference Coach of the Month for the month of December after guiding Portland to a 13-3 record. For Stotts, it is his second Coach of the Month award in seven years as a head coach. Jan. 8 - The Trail Blazers sign Neil Olshey to a multi-year contract extension and name him the President of Basketball Operations. Jan. 17 - Wesley Matthews makes seven three-pointers at Memphis and moves past Terry Porter for the most threepointers made in Trail Blazers history (773). April 6 - Portland qualifies for the playoffs for the 30th time since entering the NBA in 1970 and the first time since 2010-11. April 11 - Terry Stotts captures his 200th win as a head coach in the NBA in a 111-99 victory over the Utah Jazz. The Trail Blazers complete the regular season series sweep against the Jazz for the first time in the 40-year history of the series.

Jan. 29 - LaMarcus Aldridge is selected to represent the Western Conference in his fourth consecutive NBA All-Star Game, joining Clyde Drexler (8) and Sidney Wicks as the only Portland players to be named All-Stars at least four times. Feb. 8 - Damian Lillard is selected to his second consecutive All-Star Game, becoming only the fourth Trail Blazer to be selected twice in his first three NBA seasons (Lucas-3, Wicks-3, Roy-2). trailblazers.com

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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).


OWNERBLAZERS YEARLY MILESTONES TRAIL March 1 - Damian Lillard makes his 546th career threepointer against Sacramento, the most by any NBA player in his first three seasons in league history. March 2 - Damian Lillard is selected as the Western Conference Player of the Week for the week ending on March 1 after averaging 26.0 points, 4.7 rebounds and 5.7 assists in three games (all wins) vs. San Antonio. March 11 - With his first three-pointer on the night against Houston, Damian Lillard becomes the only player in NBA history to make 150 three-pointers in each of his first three NBA seasons. March 27 - Damian Lillard scored 11 points at Phoenix, surpassing the 1,500 point mark on the season. Lillard joins Sidney Wicks as the only other Trail Blazer to score at least 1,500 points in each of his first three seasons. March 30 - The Trail Blazers clinch a playoff berth with a 109-86 win over the Phoenix Suns. Portland ups its franchise total to 31 playoff appearances, tied for third-most by any team since Portland joined the NBA in 1970.

Feb. 6 - With a 96-79 victory over Houston, Terry Stotts becomes the fifth-winningest coach in franchise history. Feb. 10 - Damian Lillard surpasses Brandon Roy (1,607 points) for 15th on Portland's all-time scoring list. Feb. 19 - Damian Lillard scores a career-high 51 points on 18-of-28 shooting against Golden State, and ties a franchise record with nine three-point field goals. Lillard becomes the only NBA player to ever record 50+ points, 7+ assists and 6+ steals in a game since steals became a stat in 1973-74. Feb. 21 - With his first three three-pointers against Utah, Damian Lillard becomes the only NBA player to ever make 150+ three-pointers in each of his first four seasons. March 1 - Terry Stotts earns NBA Coach of the Month honors in the Western Conference for the month of February. It's his third such honor with the Trail Blazers, tied for the most in franchise history (Rick Adelman, Nate McMillan).

April 3 - Portland (49-26) claims the Northwest Division title for the first time since 2008-09.

March 11 - With his fourth three-pointer at Golden State, Damian Lillard (785 3-PT) surpasses Klay Thompson (784 3-PT) for the most three-pointers by any NBA player in their first four seasons.

April 8 - With 12 three-pointers against the Timberwolves, Portland breaks the franchise record for the most threes in a single season (770, 2013-14).

March 12 - The Trail Blazers make 17 three-point field goals against Orlando to set a franchise record of eight straight games with 10 or more three-pointers (Feb. 28 - March 12).

April 15 - LaMarcus Aldridge makes eight field goals at Dallas to finish with 659 on the season, most in the NBA. Aldridge becomes the first Trail Blazer to ever lead the league in field goals made.

April 5 - With his second three-point field goal at Sacramento, Damian Lillard breaks his own franchise record for the most three-point field goals in a single season (218, 2013-14).

April 15 - Portland finishes the season with 51 wins, marking its 13th 50+ win season in franchise history, and their first time having 50+ wins in back-to-back seasons since 2008-09 and 2009-10 (54 wins in 2013-14). April 29 - CJ McCollum scores 33 points in Game 5 at Memphis on 12-of-20 shooting (7-11 3-PT), making him the only NBA player ever to record 33+ points and at least seven three-pointers as a reserve in a playoff game. McCollum also sets a Trail Blazers franchise record for most points scored off of the bench in a playoff game (29, Billy Ray Bates, 4/2/80 at SEA). April 29 - Meyers Leonard shoots 10-of-13 (76.9%) from beyond the arc in Portland's first round series against Memphis, setting the Trail Blazers franchise records for three-point percentage in both a single playoff series (minimum of five three-point attempts) and an entire postseason.

April 6 - Portland defeats Oklahoma City, 120-115, to clinch a playoff berth for the third consecutive season and the 32nd time in franchise history. April 6 - Portland becomes the first team in NBA history to make the playoffs despite returning two or fewer players who played 1,000+ minutes with the team the previous season (Lillard/Kaman). April 13 - Damian Lillard surpasses Wesley Matthews as the franchise's all-time leader in three-point field goals (828). April 13 - Damian Lillard wraps up the season ranked sixth in the NBA in scoring (25.1) and tied for eighth in the league in assists (6.8), making him the first Trail Blazer ever to finish a season in the top-10 in both points and assists. April 13 - The Trail Blazers finish the season with 864 three-point field goals, breaking the previous franchise record for most three-pointers made in a single season (807, 2014-15).

May 21 - LaMarcus Aldridge is named to the All-NBA Second Team, making him the first Portland player to earn Second Team honors since Brandon Roy in 2008-09. Oct. 28 - The Trail Blazers defeat New Orleans, 112-94, setting a new NBA record with 15 consecutive home-opening victories dating back to 2001 (Boston Celtics - 14, 10/12/79 to 11/6/92). Nov. 2 - Damian Lillard starts his 250th consecutive game against Minnesota, making him the first player to start 250 consecutive games to open his career since Artis Gilmore (1976-1979). Dec. 26 - The Trail Blazers defeat the Cavaliers, 105-76, making Terry Stotts the sixth coach in franchise history to win at least 150 games as Portland's head coach.

2016

Jan. 10 - Damian Lillard makes seven three-pointers in the second half against Oklahoma City to tie a franchise record for three-pointers in any half. Lillard scores 28 points on 8-of-13 shooting (7-11 3-PT) in the second half alone. Feb. 2 - Damian Lillard scores his 6,000th point in his 289th career game, becoming the third-fastest Trail Blazer to score 6,000+ points (Petrie/Wicks-255 games).

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April 22 - CJ McCollum is named the KIA NBA Most Improved Player, becoming the third Trail Blazers player to garner the honor (Duckworth, Randolph). McCollum raised his scoring average by 14.0 points from the previous season. April 29 - The Trail Blazers advance past the L.A. Clippers in six games in the First Round of the 2016 NBA Playoffs, marking the second time in the past three seasons (11th time overall) that Portland has advanced to the Western Conference Semifinals.


GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER YEARLY MILESTONES

May 11 - Damian Lillard concludes his five-game series against Golden State having averaged 31.8 points. That represents the highest scoring average by any Trail Blazer in a playoff series, all-time (31.4-Drexler, 1992 vs. Phx.). May 11 - Damian Lillard finishes his 11-game postseason run with 42 three-point field goals, setting a new franchise record for the most threes by any Trail Blazer in a single postseason (40-Terry Porter, 1990). May 26 - Damian Lillard is named to the All-NBA Second Team, becoming the eighth Portland player ever to earn Second Team honors. Nov. 4 - Head Coach Terry Stotts wins his 300th career game with a 105-95 victory over Dallas.

April 12 - CJ McCollum finishes the season shooting 91.2% from the free throw line, the best percentage in the league. Oct. 18 - Portland defeats Phoenix 124-76, representing the largest margin of victory in a season-opening game in NBA history. Nov. 27 - With five assists against the Knicks, Damian Lillard moves past Rod Strickland (2,573) for fourth on Portland's all-time assist list.

2018 Jan. 22 - Damian Lillard is named Western Conference Player of the Week, averaing 29.3 points, 5.0 rebounds and 8.0 assists while leading Portland to a 3-0 record. Jan. 30 - Jusuf Nurkic records 16 of his 20 rebounds in the second half, matching the franchise record for rebounds in a half (Ellis/Walton).

Nov. 25 - A 119-104 victory over the Pelicans is the 2,000th win in Trail Blazers team history, making Portland the 15th NBA franchise to win 2,000 games.

Jan. 31 - CJ McCollum scores a career-high 50 points in 29 minutes against the Bulls, making him the second player in NBA history to score at least 50 points in fewer than 30 minutes. McCollum scored 28 of his points in the first quarter on 11-of-14 shooting, setting franchise records for points and field goals in a quarter.

Nov. 25 - With his 191st victory, Terry Stotts passes Mike Dunleavy (190) for the fourth most wins in as head coach of the Trail Blazers.

Feb. 1 - Terry Stotts is named NBA Western Conference Coach of the Month for January after leading Portland to a 11-5 record, including a perfect 7-0 mark at Moda Center.

Dec. 3 - Damian Lillard makes the 2,500th field goal of his career (342 games), becoming the third-fastest Trail Blazer to make 2,500 field goals.

Feb. 2 - Damian Lillard becomes the seventh player in franchise history to score 10,000 points. LIllard is the fastest player to do so, reaching the milestone in 441 games.

Jan. 11 - Terry Stotts wins his 200th game as head coach of the Trail Blazers. He is the fourth Portland coach to win 200+ games (Ramsay, Adelman, McMillan).

Feb. 9 - Damian Lillard scores 50 points in 29 minutes at Sacramento, becoming the third player in NBA history (McCollum/K. Thompson) to score at least 50 points in fewer than 30 minutes.

2017

March 9 - Jusuf Nurkic records 28 points, 20 rebounds, eight assists and six blocks in a 114-108 overtime victory over the 76ers. Nurkic is the first NBA player to log 28+ points, 20+ rebounds, 8+ assists and 6+ blocks in a game since Charles Barkley (11/28/86, vs. Por.).

Feb. 14 - With 44 points against the Warriors, Damian Lillard becomes the first player in franchise history to score at least 39 points in three straight games.

March 19 - Damian Lillard makes the 1,000th 3-pointer of his career, becoming the first Trail Blazers player to make 1,000 3-pointers and joining Klay Thompson (1,060) as the only two NBA players to make 1,000 3-pointers in their first five seasons.

March 5 - Damian Lillard passes 1,500 points for the sixth straight season, tying Clyde Drexler for the most seasons with 1,500 points as a Trail Blazer.

March 28 - Damian Lillard joins LeBron James and Oscar Robertson as the only players in NBA history with 1,500+ points and 400+ assists in each of their first five seasons. March 28 - Jusuf Nurkic scores 33 points (12-15 FG) to go along with 16 rebounds against the Nuggets, making him the first player in franchise history to record 30+ points and 15+ rebounds while shooting 80.0% or better from the field. April 1 - CJ McCollum becomes the first Trail Blazer to shoot 100% from the foul line in 10 straight games since Damon Stoudemire (13, Jan. 18-Feb. 13, 2005). April 3 - After going an NBA-best 13-3 in March, Terry Stotts and Damian Lillard become the first Trail Blazers in team history to win Coach of the month and Player of the month honors in the same month. Stotts has won the award four times, the most of any Portland coach. Lillard becomes the fourth Portland player to win the award. April 8 - With 59 points on 18 -of-34 shooting (9-14 3-PT), Damian Lillard sets a new franchise record for most points in a game and becomes the only player in NBA history with 59+ points and 9+ 3-pointers. Lillard also matched his own franchise record for most 3-pointers in a game. April 9 - The Trail Blazers clinch their fourth consecutive berth in the NBA playoffs and 33rd overall, fourth-most by any team since they joined the NBA in 1970-71. April 12 - Damian Lillard finishes the season with 2,024 points, fifth most in franchise history.

Feb. 18 - Playing in the third All-Star game of his career, Damian Lillard ties for the Team Stephen lead in scoring with 21 points.

March 6 - With nine free throws against the Knicks, Damian Lillard passes LaMarcus Aldridge (2,259 free throws) for third place on Portland's all-time free throw list. March 12 - Damian Lillard is named Western Conference Player of the Week after leading the league in scoring with 34.7 points to go with 3.7 rebounds and 5.0 assists. April 1 - The Trail Blazers clinch their fifth consecutive playoff berth. April 2 - Damian Lillard is named Wester Conference Player of the Week for the third time during the 2017-18 season after averaging 28.3 points, 6.3 rebounds and 8.7 assists for the week. April 11 - With a 102-93 victory over the Jazz, the Trail Blazers win the Northwest Division title and earn the three seed in the Western Conference. May 24 - Damian Lillard is named All-NBA First Team, becoming the third player in franchise history to receive the honor (Drexler, Walton). Lillard's 26.9 points per game tied for the fourth highest in team history and his 227 three-pointers were the second most in a Trail Blazers season. Oct. 25 - Damian Lillard scores 34 second-half points against Orlando, breaking his own franchise record for points in a half. Nov. 12 - CJ McCollum earns the first Western Conference Player of the Week honor of his career after averaging 25.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists during a 3-0 week by Portland. trailblazers.com

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May 11 - The Trail Blazers make 71 three-point field goals in their five-game series against Golden State in the Western Conference Semifinals, setting a new NBA Playoff record for the most three-pointers made in any five-game series.


OWNERBLAZERS YEARLY MILESTONES TRAIL Nov. 16 - With his fourth assist against Minnesota, Damian Lillard passes Damon Stoudamire for third place on Portland's all-time assists list. Nov. 23 - With a three-pointer at the 4:04 mark of the third quarter at Golden State, Damian Lillard passes Terry Porter for third place on the Trail Blazers all-time scoring list. Nov. 28 - Portland's 115-112 win over Orlando marks the 400th career win for Terry Stotts, making him the 47th coach in NBA history to reach 400 wins. Nov. 28 - Damian Lillard makes a franchise-record 10 three-pointers (of 15) against the Magic. Seven of his three-pointers come in the third quarter, setting a franchise record for three-pointers in a quarter. Dec. 27 - With a 110-109 victory at Golden State, Terry Stotts wins his 292nd game with the Trail Blazers, passing Rick Adelman (291) for the second-most wins in Trail Blazers history.

2019 Jan. 1 - Jusuf Nurkic records 24 points, 23 rebounds, seven assists, five steals and five blocks at Sacramento, becoming the first player in NBA history to record a 5x5 with at least 20 points and 20 rebounds. Jan. 16 - Jusuf Nurkic finishes with 10 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and five blocks against Cleveland. He is the first player in league history to have those numbers in 28 minutes or less. Jan. 18 - Terry Stotts wins his 300th game with the Trail Blazers, joining Jack Ramsay as the second coach in franchise history to reach 300 wins.

Feb. 7 - With his second three-pointer against the Spurs, CJ McCollum passes Terry Porter for third on Portland's all-time three-pointers list. Feb. 17 - Playing in the fourth All-Star game of his career, Damian Lillard records 18 points, six rebounds, five assists and two steals. March 1 - Terry Stotts is named the NBA Western Conference Coach of the Month for February, becoming the first coach to earn the honor in sixth consecutive seasons. March 25 - The Trail Blazers clinch their sixth consecutive postseason appearance and the 35th trip to the playoffs in franchise history. April 1 - Damian Lillard is named Western Conference Player of the Week after averaging 25.3 points, 5.8 rebounds and 7.3 assists while leading Portland to a 3-1 record. April 3 - Evan Turner has a triple-double for the second straight game, becoming the first player in NBA history to notch consecutive double-doubles off the bench. April 3 - Damian Lillard reaches 2,000 points in a season for the second time in his career, joining Clyde Drexler as the only Trail Blazers with two seasons of at least 2,000 points. April 7 - Damian Lillard sets a new franchise record for three-pointers in a season and becomes the third-fastest player in league history to reach 1,500 threes (548 games).

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April 10 - The Trail Blazers clinch the three seed in the Western Conference for the second season in a row. May 12 - The Trail Blazers beat Denver on the road in Game 7 of the Western Conference Semifinals, 100-96, to advance to the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2000. Sep. 5 - Trail Blazers founder Harry Glickman receives the John W. Bunn Lifetime Achievement Award from the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.


GENERAL MANAGER COACHING HISTORY

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 Terry Stotts Terry Stotts Terry Stotts Terry Stotts Terry Stotts Terry Stotts

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 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 .537 44 38 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 54 28 .659 51 31 .622 44 38 .537 41 41 .500 49 33 .598 53 29 .646 2134 1836 .538

W —

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— — — — — 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

— — 5 1 5 0 0 8 116

— — 6 4 6 4 4 8 147

— — .455 .200 .455 .000 .000 .500 .441

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 .........................7 Total 49

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 .348 574 325 249 .566 3888 2134 1836 .538

G 0 0 0 0 59 8 69 12 36 10 0 18 0 51 263

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 19 32 116 147 trailblazers.com

Pct. .000 .000 .000 .000 .492 .250 .522 .250 .500 .300 .000 .333 .000 .373 .441

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OWNERBLAZERS ALL-STAR GAME STATISTICS TRAIL YEAR MIN

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5 2 9 11 27

.400 .000 .222 .636 .407

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0 0 0 0 0

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.714 .600 .368 .333 .444 .667 .333 .429 .493

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8

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LAMARCUS ALDRIDGE 10 11 13 18 52

CLYDE DREXLER 1986 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 Totals

15 15 25 19 19 28 11 15 147

KEVIN DUCKWORTH 1989 7 1991 19 Totals 26

LIONEL HOLLINS 1978

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FT FTA

PCT. REB AST

PF

PTS

AVG.

STEVE JOHNSON 1988

DID NOT PLAY—INJURED

DAMIAN LILLARD 2014 2015 2018 2019 Totals

9 16 21 25 71

3 4 9 6 22

8 12 14 17 51

.375 .333 .643 .353 .431

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

-----------

1 2 3 6 12

0 2 2 5 9

1 0 0 0 1

9 11 21 18 59.......... 14.8

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

1971 5 1974 26 Totals 31

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

0 8 8............ 4.0

2 3 5

6 .333 8 .375 14 .357

0 0 0

0 0 0

-------

3 0 3

4 3 7

2 1 3

4 7 11............ 5.5

8 .625

0

0

---

1

5

0

10.......... 10.0

3 0

.667 ---

9 5

5 5

2 2

18 14

3

.667

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

.500

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

MAURICE LUCAS 1977 1978 1979 Totals

JIM PAXSON

GEOFF PETRIE

TERRY PORTER

1991 15 1993 19 Totals 34

CLIFFORD ROBINSON 1994

18

5

BRANDON ROY

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

BILL WALTON 1977 1978

3 1 4

14

SIDNEY WICKS 1972 1973 1974 1975 Totals

134

3 0 3

DID NOT PLAY—INJURED 31 6 14 .429 3

KERMIT WASHINGTON 1980

6 .500 7 .142 13 .308

10 24 24 23 81

1

2 4 5 7 18

6 .167 5 10 6 19 40

.400 .400 .833 .368 .450


GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER NBA HONORS Bill Walton ......................................................... 1977-78

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 LaMarcus Aldridge............................3rd team, 2013-14 Damian Lillard ................................ 3rd team, 2013-14 LaMarcus Aldridge........................... 2nd team, 2014-15 Damian Lillard ............................... 2nd team, 2015-16 Damian Lillard .................................1st team, 2017-18 Damian Lillard ............................... 2nd team, 2018-19

NBA FINALS MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

Bill Walton ......................................................... 1976-77

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

Kevin Duckworth ............................................... 1987-88 Zach Randolph ................................................. 2003-04 CJ McCollum ................................................... 2015-16

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 Damian Lillard ................................................. 2018-19

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

COACH OF THE YEAR

Mike Schuler ..................................................... 1986-87 Mike Dunleavy .................................................. 1998-99

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 LaMarcus Aldridge................................................. 2014 Damian Lillard ...................................................... 2014 LaMarcus Aldridge................................................. 2015 Damian Lillard ...................................................... 2015 Damian Lillard ...................................................... 2018 Damian Lillard ...................................................... 2019

ALL-STAR GAMES

Clyde Drexler ............................................................... 8 LaMarcus Aldridge....................................................... 4 Damian Lillard ............................................................ 4 Sidney Wicks ............................................................... 4 Maurice Lucas ............................................................. 3 Brandon Roy ................................................................ 3 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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OWNERBLAZERS WEEKLY, MONTHLY AWARDS TRAIL Player of the Week

Player

Season

Week Ending

Coach

Season

Month

Player

Season

Month

Rookie

Season

Month

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 ................. 1/23/2011 LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2010-11 ................. 2/13/2011 LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2012-13................. 3/17/2013 LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2013-14 ............... 11/24/2013 LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2013-14 ................. 12/8/2013 LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2013-14 ............... 12/15/2013 Damian Lillard........................................................................... 2014-15............... 11/16/2014 LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2014-15 ................. 12/7/2014 LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2014-15 ............... 12/21/2014 Damian Lillard........................................................................... 2014-15 ................... 3/1/2015 Damian Lillard........................................................................... 2016-17................. 3/19/2017 Damian Lillard........................................................................... 2017-18 ................. 1/21/2018 Damian Lillard........................................................................... 2017-18 ................. 3/11/2018 Damian Lillard........................................................................... 2017-18 ................... 4/1/2018 CJ McCollum........................................................................... 2018-19..................... 11/5/18 Damian Lillard ......................................................................... 2018-19 ....................... 4/1/19

Coach/Player/Rookie of the 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 Terry Stotts ............................................................................... 2013-14 .................November Terry Stotts ............................................................................... 2014-15 .................December Terry Stotts ............................................................................... 2015-16 ...................February Terry Stotts ............................................................................... 2016-17 ....................... March Terry Stotts ............................................................................... 2017-18 .................... January Terry Stotts.............................................................................. 2018-19 ..................February Terry Stotts.............................................................................. 2018-19 .......................March Kelvin Ransey ........................................................................... 1980-81 ....................... March Clyde Drexler ............................................................................ 1991-92 .................November LaMarcus Aldridge.................................................................... 2010-11 ...................February Damian Lillard........................................................................... 2016-17 ....................... March 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

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GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER ALL-TIME ATTENDANCE

1970-71 40 6,010 1971-72 40 6,988 1972-73 41 8,134 1973-74 41 7,988 1974-75 41 10,768 1975-76 41 10,097 1976-77 41 12,178 1977-78 41 12,666 1978-79 41 12,666 1979-80 41 12,666 1980-81 41 12,666 1981-82 41 12,666 1982-83 41 12,666 1983-84 41 12,666 1984-85 41 12,666 1985-86 41 12,666 1986-87 41 12,666 1987-88 41 12,666 1988-89 41 12,854 1989-90 41 12,884 1990-91 41 12,884 1991-92 41 12,888 1992-93 41 12,888 1993-94 41 12,888 1994-95 40 12,888 1995-96 41 20,740 1996-97 41 20,800 1997-98 41 20,577 1998-99 25 19,462 1999-00 41 20,369 2000-01 41 20,292 2001-02 41 19,459 2002-03 41 19,421 2003-04 41 16,684 2004-05 41 16,594 2005-06 41 15,049 2006-07 41 16,360 2007-08 41 19,550 2008-09 41 20,524 2009-10 41 20,498 2010-11 41 20,510 2011-12 33 20,496 2012-13 41 19,830 2013-14 41 19,746 2014-15 41 19,546 2015-16 41 19,368 2016-17 41 19,318 2017-18 41 19,398 2018-19 41 19,496 Totals 1,982 15,381 MODA CENTER ONLY 24 yrs. 960 19,325

240,388 279,506 333,480 327,495 441,506 413,992 499,302 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 519,306 527,008 528,244 528,244 528,408 528,408 528,408 515,520 850,338 852,799 843,647 486,556 835,111 831,976 797,821 796,250 684,038 680,374 617,019 670,778 801,566 841,499 840,411 840,924 676,384 813,012 809,602 801,377 794,085 792,029 795,328 799,345 30,484,544

PLAYOFF HOME GAMES Games Avg. Att. Total Att.

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

5 2 5 2 2 8 130

20,243 19,743 19,678 20,040 19,974 20,101 16,228

101,214 39,486 98,392 40,079 39,948 160,807 2,109,588

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 46 43 46 43 43 49 2,112

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 19,800 19,554 19,402 19,351 19,425 19,595 15,432

240,388 279,506 333,480 327,495 441,506 413,992 627,803 557,304 531,972 531,972 544,638 519,306 557,304 557,304 569,970 544,638 544,638 544,638 539,888 682,852 644,200 670,176 554,184 554,184 528,520 893,140 895,875 886,821 630,818 997,264 852,556 818,401 856,812 684,038 680,374 617,019 670,778 801,566 902,698 901,146 901,992 676,384 813,012 910,816 840,863 892,477 832,108 835,276 960,152 32,593,244

18,552,269

59

20,341

1,200,117

1,019

19,384

19,752,386

MEMORIAL COLISEUM ONLY 25 yrs. 1,022 11,1675 11,932,275

71

12,809

909,471

1,093

11,748

12,840,858

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REGULAR SEASON HOME GAMES Season Games Avg. Att. Total Att.


OWNERBLAZERS IN THE OLYMPICS TRAIL

Steve Smith 2000 (USA) Portland 1999-2001

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 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, '96 2000 2000 2008, '12

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

Jim Brewer 1972 USA Fernando Martin 1984 Spain Drazen Petrovic 1988 Yugoslavia Drazen Petrovic 1992 Croatia Aleksandar Djordjevic 1996 Yugoslavia Rudy Fernandez 2008, '12 Spain Pau Gasol 2008, '12 Spain Victor Claver 2012 Spain Sergio Rodriguez 2012 Spain

BRONZE MEDALISTS Drazen Petrovic Stacey Augmon Arvydas Sabonis

Nate McMillan 2008 (USA) Portland 2005-2012

1984 1988

Yugoslavia USA 1992, '96 Lithuania

Arvydas Sabonis 1988, 1992, 1996 (Lithuania/USSR) Portland 1995-01, 2002-03


GENERAL TRAIL BLAZERS MANAGER IN THE HALL OF FAME

Lenny Wilkens 1989 Portland 1974-1976

HALL OF FAMERS Players: Clyde Drexler Neil Johnston Drazen Petrovic Scottie Pippen Arvydas Sabonis Bill Walton Lenny Wilkens Coaches: Jack Ramsay Lenny Wilkens

Scottie Pippen 2010 Portland 2000-2003

Jack Ramsay 1992 Portland 1976-1986

WITH PORTLAND

INDUCTED

1983-1995 1972-1974 1989-1990 2000-2003 1995-2001, 2002-2003 1974-1978 1974-1975

2004 1990 2002 2010 2011 1993 1989

1976-1986 1974-1976

1992 1989

John W. Bunn Lifetime Achievement Award Harry Glickman 1970-1987

2019

Curt Gowdy Award Winner: Bill Schonely 1970-1998

2012

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OWNERBLAZERS RETIRED JERSEYS TRAIL

NUMBER 1* 13 14 15 20 22 30 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

*Honorary number

Dave Twardzik #13 Portland 1976-80

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Larry Steele #15 Portland 1971-80

Bob Gross #30 Portland 1975-82

Terry Porter #30 Portland 1985-95


GENERAL MANAGER UNIFORM NUMBERS OVER THE YEARS Ken Johnson Kevin Duckworth Enes Kanter

0

Voshon Lenard Freddy Jones Taurean Green Damian Lillard

1

*LARRY WEINBERG Rod Strickland Derek Anderson Jarrett Jack Ike Diogu Armon Johnson Shawne Williams Jared Jeffries Dorell Wright Evan Turner Anfernee Simons

2

Linton Townes Perry Young Mark Bryant Stacey Augmon Steve Blake Dan Dickau Wesley Matthews Brian Roberts Wade Baldwin IV Gary Trent Jr.

3

Herm Gilliam Jeff Lamp Clifford Robinson Damon Stoudamire Juan Dixon Jeremy Richardson Gerald Wallace Jonny Flynn Sasha Pavlovic CJ McCollum

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 Arron Afflalo Maurice Harkless

5

Jim McMillian Eddie Jordan Jermaine O'Neal Jeff McInnis Desmond Ferguson Ha Seung-Jin Ime Udoka Rudy Fernandez Raymond Felton Will Barton Steve Blake Pat Connaughton Rodney Hood

6

Michael Holton Walter Davis Joe Wolf Mitchell Butler Bonzi Wells Juwan Howard Eric Maynor Shabazz Napier Nik Stauskas Jaylen Hoard

7

Hank McDowell Brooke Steppe Kenny Anderson Charles Smith Wesley Person Dan Dickau Charles Smith Brandon Roy

8

Charles Jones Ennis Whatley Steve Smith Martell Webster Patrick Mills Luke Babbitt Al-Farouq Aminu

9

Lionel Hollins Danny Ainge Ruben Nembhard Rick Brunson Raef LaFrentz Elliot Williams Gerald Henderson Gary Trent Jr. Nassir Little

10

Phil Lumpkin Steve Hawes Corky Calhoun Ron Brewer Jay Buse Fernando Martin Craig Neal Dontonio Wingfield Antonio Daniels Omar Cook Joel Przybilla Tim Frazier Jake Layman

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 Pau Gasol

17

Charlie Davis Willie McCarter Bob Verga Mario Elie Vincent Askew Chris Johnson Earl Watson Ed Davis Skal Labissiere

18

Victor Claver

19

Lenny Wilkens Aleksandar Djordjevic Sean Higgins Nick Van Exel Joel Freeland

20

MAURICE LUCAS Steve Colter

21

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 Noah Vonleh Hassan Whiteside

22

Clyde Mayes Jeff Judkins CLYDE DREXLER

23

Steve Jones T.R. Dunn Roy Hamilton Byron Irvin Aaron McKie Gary Grant Mitchell Butler Darius Miles Martell Webster Marcus Camby Allen Crabbe

24

Willie Norwood Audie Norris Adrian Branch Chris Dudley Qyntel Woods Stephen Graham Luke Schenscher Von Wafer Andre Miller Ronnie Price Mason Plumlee Anfernee Simons Kent Bazemore

27

John Johnson Caldwell Jones Elmore Spencer Travis Diener Jusuf Nurkic

28

Kaniel Dickens

29

Slavko Vranes

30

Darrall Imhoff Rick Roberson BOB GROSS TERRY PORTER Rasheed Wallace

31

Peter Verhoeven Sam Bowie Alaa Abdelnaby Tracy Murray Reggie Jordan Kelvin Cato Matt Carroll Sebastian Telfair Jeff Pendergraph Jarron Collins Festus Ezeli Seth Curry

32

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 Alonzo Gee Zach Collins

34

Bill Stricker Bill Turner Robin Jones Kenny Carr Ronnie Murphy Rolando Ferreira Isaiah Rider Antonio Harvey Dale Davis James Jones Hasheem Thabeet Cliff Alexander

35

Ed Manning LaRue Martin Kevin Gamble Richard Anderson Kevin Thompson Joe Kleine Chris Kaman

36

LLOYD NEAL

38

25

Ron Knight Anthony Cook Viktor Khryapa

26

Stan McKenzie Barry Clemens Petur Gudmundsson Reggie Slater Shawn Kemp Earl Barron Kurt Thomas

LeRoy Ellis Bob Davis Tom Owens Jerome Kersey Steve Kerr Travis Outlaw Mo Williams James Robinson

40

41

Dorie Murrey Jim Marsh Nikita Wilson Thomas Robinson

42

Terry Dischinger Greg Lee Wally Walker Kim Anderson Kermit Washington Wayne Cooper Walt Williams Theo Ratliff Shavlik Randolph Robin Lopez

43

Bill Smith Mychal Thompson Anthony Tolliver

44

Gary Gregor Ollie Johnson Jacky Dorsey Clemon Johnson Kevin Kunnert Drazen Petrovic Harvey Grant Brian Grant Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje Channing Frye Anthony Tolliver Luis Montero Mario Hezonja

45

HISTORY

00

GEOFF PETRIE Geoff Crompton

48

Walt Gilmore

50

Chris Engler Joe Binion Tom Scheffler Robert Reid Greg Anthony Zach Randolph Caleb Swanigan

51

Michael Ruffin

52

Jim Brewer Buck Williams Greg Oden

53

James Edwards Alton Lister

54

Dale Schlueter Tom Piotrowski Reggie Smith Brian Skinner Tim Quarterman

55

Kiki Vandeweghe Will Perdue

77

*JACK RAMSAY

83

Craig Smith

88

Nicolas Batum Current players listed in bold. All capitals indicates number retired. *Honorary number.

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OWNERBLAZERS TRADE HISTORY TRAIL NOTES TO TRADE HISTORY

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 used is given. 4. Names in boldface indicate players who actually played for the Trail Blazers or are on the current roster entering 2019-20.

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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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. trailblazers.com

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OWNERBLAZERS TRADE HISTORY TRAIL 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, five-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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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.

2015

Feb. 19 ......... Acquired Arron Afflalo and Alonzo Gee in exchange for Will Barton, Victor Claver, Thomas Robinson and a 2016 first round pick (lottery protected). June 24 ........ Acquired Gerald Henderson and Noah Vonleh in exchange for Nicolas Batum. June 25 ........ Acquired Mason Plumlee and the draft rights to Pat Connaughton in exchange for the draft rights to Rondae Hollis-Jefferson July 14.......... Acquired Maurice Harkless from Orlando in exchange for a 2020 second round draft pick (protected from picks 31 through 55). July 27.......... Acquired Brendan Haywood, Mike Miller and two future second round draft picks in exchange for cash considerations. trailblazers.com

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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.


OWNERBLAZERS TRADE HISTORY TRAIL 2016 Feb. 18 ......... Acquired a future first round draft pick (Moritz Wagner) and forward Anderson Varejao from Cleveland in exchange for a future second round draft pick. Feb. 18 ......... Acquired guard Brian Roberts and a future second round draft pick from Miami in exchange for cash considerations. June 23 ........ Acquired the draft rights to forward Jake Layman from Orlando in exchange for a future second round pick and cash considerations. July 6............ Acquired guard Shabazz Napier from Orlando in exchange for cash considerations. 2017 Jan. 6 ........... Acquired an unprotected 2017 first round draft pick (Harry Giles) from Cleveland in exchange for a 2018 first round pick (Moritz Wagner). Feb. 13 ......... Acquired center Jusuf Nurkic and the rights to Memphis' 2017 first round pick from Denver in exchange for Mason Plumlee, a 2018 second round pick and cash considerations. June 22 ........ Acquired the draft rights to center Zach Collins from Sacramento in exchange for the draft rights to Justin Jackson and Harry Giles. June 28 ........ Traded Tim Quarterman to Houston in exchange for cash considerations. July 25 ......... Acquired forward Andrew Nicholson from the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for Allen Crabbe. 2018 Feb. 8 ........... Acquired the draft rights to Milovan Rakovic from Chicago in exchange for Noah Vonleh and cash considerations. June 21 ........ Acquired the draft rights to Gary Trent Jr. from Sacramento in exchange for two future second round picks and cash considerations. 2019 Feb. 4 ........... Acquired Rodney Hood from Cleveland in exchange for Wade Baldwin IV, Nik Stauskas, a 2021 second round pick, a 2023 second round pick and a traded player exception. Feb. 7 ........... Acquired Skal Labissiere and a traded player exception from Sacramento in exchange for Caleb Swanigan. June 24 ........ Acquired Kent Bazemore from Atlanta in exchange for Evan Turner and a traded player exception. July 6............ Acquired Hassan Whiteside from Miami in a four-team trade that sent Maurice Harkless to th LA Clippers and Meyers Leonard to Miami. In the trade, Philadelphia acquired Josh Richardson from Miami, Miami acquired Jimmy Butler from Philadelphia and the LA Clippers acquired the draft rights to Mathias Lessort and a conditional 2023 first round pick from Miami. July 8............ Traded Jake Layman to Minnesota in exchange for the draft rights to Bojan Dubljevic and a traded player exception.

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2003

Round

2002

From

2019

1. Nassir Little (25) ................ North Carolina 2. No selection - traded

2018

1. *Anfernee Simons (24) ...... IMG Academy 2. No selection - traded

2017 1. 1. 1. 2.

Justin Jackson (15) ............. North Carolina Harry Giles (20)................... Duke *Caleb Swanigan (26) ......... Purdue No selection - traded

2016

1. No selection - traded 2. No selection - traded

2015

1. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (10) ....... Arizona 2. No selection - traded

2014

1. No selection - traded 2. No selection - traded

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

1. *Qyntel Woods (21) ........... NE Mississippi CC 2. Jason Jennings (43) .......... Arkansas State 2. Frederico Kammerichs (51) .. Argentina

2001 1. *Zach Randolph (19) ..............Michigan State 2. *Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje (50) .Georgetown

2000

1. *Erick Barkley (28) .............. St. John's 2. No selection - traded

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

2011

1993

2010

1992

1. *Nolan Smith (21) .............. Duke 2. Jon Diebler (51) .................. Ohio State

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

2007 1. 2. 2. 2. 2.

1. *James Robinson (21) ......... Alabama 2. *Kevin Thompson (48) ......... North Carolina St. 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 Brandon Rush (13) ............ Kansas Joey Dorsey (33) ............... Memphis 1989 Omer Asik (36) .................. Turkey 1. *Byron Irvin (22) .................. Missouri Mike Taylor (55) ................. Idaho (D-League) 2. *Clifford Robinson (36) ........ Connecticut

2008 1. 2. 2. 2.

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Player

1. *Travis Outlaw (23) ............ Starkville HS (MS) 2. Nedzad Sinanovic (54) ...... Bosnia-Herzegovina

*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

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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.

*Walter Berry (14) ................ St. John’s *Arvydas Sabonis (24)......... Lithuania Panagiotis Fasoulas (37) .... North Carolina St. Juden Smith (49) ................ Texas-El Paso trailblazers.com

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*Drazen Petrovic (60) .......... Croatia David Shaffer (83) .............. Florida State Jerry Adams (106) .............. Oregon Tony Hampton (129) ........... Montana State Randy Schiff (152).............. Linfield

1985 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

*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

1982 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

*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

1981 1. 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

*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

1980 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Ron Lester (10) ................... Iowa David Lawrence (32) ........... McNeese State Bruce Collins (33) ................ Weber State *Michael Harper (56) ........... North Park Kelvin Henderson (79) ......... St. Louis Larry Belin (102) .................. New Mexico

1980 (continued) 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Perry Mirkovich (125) .......... Lethbridge (Canada) Greg Sims (148) .................. UCLA John Stroeder (168) ............ Montana Rick Boucher (188) .............. Maine Dave Kufeld (205) ................ Yeshiva

1979 1. 2. 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

1978 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.

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

1976 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

*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

1975 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

*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. 2. 2. 3. 4.

*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

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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

1973 1. 2. 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.

*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

1972 (continued)

15. Rich Haubeggar (188) ........ Wake Forest 16. Mose Adolph (193) ............. Los Angeles State

1971 1. 2. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

*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

TRAIL BLAZERS IN THE 1970 NBA EXPANSION DRAFT 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

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

SECOND PICK

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 OWNER 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

FG

55 178 233

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

116 .474 361 .493 477 .488

0 0 0

0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

FT

25 76 101

FTA Pct.

44 .568 101 .752 145 .697

REB

89 260 349

AST

12 30 42

PF-DQ

39-0 132-1 171-1

ST

4 25 29

BL

12 16 28

PTS

135 432 567

Avg.

3.1 6.1 4.9

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. 2003-04 2004-05 Portland

GP

MIN

32 728 54 1867 86 1595

FG

118 337 455

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

264 .447 670 .503 934 .487

4 15 19

11 .374 39 .385 50 .380

FT

79 220 299

FTA Pct.

95 .832 254 .866 349 .857

REB

144 392 536

AST

47 111 158

PF-DQ

75-0 150-3 255-3

ST

24 49 73

BL

PTS

18 319 26 909 44 1228

Avg.

10.0 16.8 14.3

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

1970-71 81 1971-72 80 1972-73 76 Portland 237

MIN

2303 2445 1822 6570

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

378 895 329 753 214 525 921 2173

.422 .437 .408 .424

— — — —

— — — —

— — — —

FT

267 151 73 491

FTA Pct.

369 201 102 672

.724 .751 .716 .731

REB

AST

282 380 229 413 157 294 668 1087

PF-DQ

214-2 209-2 155-2 578-6

ST

— — — —

BL

PTS

— 1023 — 809 — 501 — 2333

Avg.

12.6 10.1 6.6 9.8

Arron Afflalo

#4 6-5 215 b. 10/15/85 UCLA '07 Acquired: Traded by Denver with Alonzo Gee in exchange for Will Barton, Victor Claver, Thomas Robinson and a 2016 1st round pick (lottery protected), 2/19/15. Departed: Signed with New York as a free agent, 7/9/15. 2014-15

GP

25

MIN

FG

752

94

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

227 .414

36

90 .400

FT

40

FTA Pct.

47 .851

REB

67

AST

28

PF-DQ

59-1

ST

9

BL

2

PTS

264

Avg.

10.6

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

1990-91 80 1710 1991-92 81 1595 Portland 161 3305

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

337 714 .472 102 251 .406 299 676 .442 78 230 .339 636 1390 .458 180 481 .374

FT

114 108 222

FTA Pct.

138 .826 131 .824 269 .825

REB

205 148 353

AST

285 202 487

PF-DQ

ST

195-2 63 148-0 73 343-2 136

BL

PTS

13 890 13 784 26 1674

Avg.

11.1 9.7 10.4

LaMarcus Aldridge

#12 6-11 260 b. 7/19/85 Texas '06 Acquired: Traded by Chicago with a future second-round draft pick in exchange for Viktor Khryapa and draft rights to Tyrus Thomas, 6/28/06. Departed: Signed with San Antonio as a free agent, 7/9/15. GP

2006-07 63 2007-08 76 2008-09 81 2009-10 78 2010-11 81 2011-12 55 2012-13 74 2013-14 69 2014-15 71 Portland 648

MIN

FG

1392 241 2649 561 3004 601 2922 579 3211 707 1994 483 2790 638 2498 652 2512 659 22972 5121

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

479 1160 1243 1169 1415 943 1318 1423 1415 10565

.503 .484 .484 .495 .500 .512 .484 .458 .466 .485

FT

FTA Pct.

0 2 .000 83 115 1 7 .143 227 298 7 28 .250 261 334 5 16 .313 230 304 4 23 .174 351 444 2 11 .182 223 274 2 14 .143 282 348 3 15 .200 296 360 37 105 .352 306 362 61 221 .276 2259 2839

REB

AST

Cliff Alexander

#34 6-8 245 b. 11/16/95 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/24/15. Departed: Waived, 7/7/16. 2015-16

GP

8

MIN

36

FG

5

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

10 .500

FT

FTA Pct.

PF-DQ

.722 312 24 186-3 .762 578 122 240-7 .781 605 157 207-4 .757 627 160 231-2 .791 709 170 220-3 .814 442 134 153-1 .810 670 192 187-1 .822 765 178 147-1 .845 726 124 125-0 .796 5434 1261 1696-22

REB

6

AST

0

ST

BL

22 73 55 94 77 77 67 48 82 94 51 45 62 91 63 68 48 68 527 658

PTS

Avg.

565 1350 1470 1393 1769 1191 1560 1603 1661 12562

9.0 17.8 18.1 17.9 21.8 21.7 21.1 23.2 23.4 19.4

PTS

Avg.

Kansas '15 PF-DQ

1-0

ST

1

BL

2

10

1.3

Al-Farouq Aminu

#8 6-9 220 b. 9/21/90 Wake Forest '10 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/9/15. Departed: Signed with Orlando as a free agent, 7/6/19. GP

2015-16 82 2016-17 61 2017-18 69 2018-19 81 Portland 293

MIN

2341 1773 2072 2292 8478

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

299 719 183 466 230 582 257 593 969 2360

.416 126 349 .361 .393 70 212 .330 .395 125 339 .369 .433 96 280 .343 .411 417 1180 .353

FT

115 96 59 150 420

FTA Pct.

156 136 80 173 545

REB

.737 499 .706 451 .738 525 .867 610 .771 2085

AST

138 99 84 104 425

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

171-0 72 53 839 102-1 60 44 532 136-0 79 40 644 143-1 68 33 760 552-2 279 170 2775

10.2 8.7 9.3 9.4 9.5

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. 1974-75 1975-76 Portland

150

GP

MIN

43 453 52 614 95 1067

FG

47 88 135

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

105 .448 181 .486 286 .472

— — —

— — —

— — —

FT

26 51 77

FTA Pct.

30 .867 61 .836 91 .846

REB

29 62 91

AST

81 85 166

PF-DQ

44-0 58-0 102-0

ST

16 20 36

1 2 3

120 227 347

2.8 4.4 3.7


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS 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

2001-02 70 2002-03 76 2003-04 51 2004-05 47 Portland 244

MIN

1860 2556 1810 1239 7365

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

247 612 355 832 230 612 152 391 984 2447

.404 85 228 .373 .427 116 331 .350 .376 79 259 .305 .389 58 151 .384 .402 338 969 .349

FT

178 231 155 70 634

FTA Pct.

208 269 188 87 752

.856 .859 .824 .805 .843

REB

189 264 182 128 763

AST

216 325 228 143 812

PF-DQ

ST

113-1 68 141-1 90 79-0 66 89-0 36 422-2 260

BL

PTS

8 757 16 1057 3 694 4 432 31 2940

Avg.

10.8 13.9 13.6 9.2 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

1996-97 82 3081 1997-98 45 1472 Portland 127 4553

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

485 1137 .427 132 366 .361 204 527 .387 47 133 .353 689 1664 .414 179 499 .359

FT

334 112 446

FTA Pct.

435 .768 145 .772 580 .769

REB

363 134 497

AST

PF-DQ

584 222-2 245 99-1 829 321-3

ST BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

162 15 1436 61 1 567 223 16 2003

17.5 12.6 15.8

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

GP

21

MIN

224

FG

24

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

77 .312

FT

15

FTA Pct.

28 .536

REB

45

AST

15

PF-DQ

42-0

ST

4

BL

5

63

3.0

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. MIN

FG

160 145 305

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

413 .387 348 .417 761 .401

42 135 .311 49 141 .348 91 276 .330

FT

54 32 86

FTA Pct.

72 .750 38 .842 110 .782

REB

286 231 517

AST

108 98 206

PF-DQ

133-1 100-1 233-2

ST

50 44 94

BL

16 12 28

PTS

416 371 787

Avg.

6.7 5.2 5.9

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

1998-99 50 806 1999-00 82 1548 2000-01 58 856 Portland 190 3210

FG

104 169 97 370

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

251 416 253 920

.414 49 .406 88 .383 65 .402 202

125 233 159 517

.392 .378 .409 .391

FT

62 88 23 173

FTA Pct.

89 114 35 238

.697 .772 .657 .727

REB

63 133 61 257

AST

100 208 82 390

Vincent Askew

#17 6-6 235 b. 2/28/66 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/26/97. Departed: Waived, 3/24/98. 1997-98

GP

30

MIN

443

FG

19

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

54 .352

0

2 .000

FT

28

FTA Pct.

39 .718

REB

68

AST

38

PF-DQ

ST

75-0 66 143-0 59 63-0 40 281-0 165

BL

PTS

3 319 9 5.4 3 282 15 1115

Avg.

6.4 6.3 4.9 5.9

Memphis State '88 PF-DQ

39-0

ST

19

BL

5

PTS

66

Avg.

2.2

Stacey Augmon

#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. GP

MIN

1996-97 40 650 1997-98 71 1445 1998-99 48 874 1999-00 59 692 2000-01 66 1182 Portland 284 4843

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

74 143 154 372 78 174 83 175 127 266 516 1130

.517 .414 .448 .474 .477 .457

0 1 0 0 0 1

0 7 2 2 4 15

.000 .143 .000 .000 .000 .067

FT

41 94 52 37 57 281

FTA Pct.

56 156 76 55 87 430

.732 .603 .684 .673 .655 .653

REB

89 235 125 116 159 724

AST

41 88 58 53 98 338

Dennis Awtrey

#21 6-10 240 b. 2/22/48 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 12/1/81. Departed: Waived, 12/21/81. 1981-82

GP

10

MIN

121

FG

5

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

15 .333

0

0 .000

FT

5

FTA Pct.

9 .556

REB

14

AST

8

PF-DQ

ST

87-0 32 144-0 57 81-0 57 69-0 27 105-0 48 457-0 221

BL

PTS

7 189 32 403 18 208 11 203 21 311 89 1314

Avg.

4.7 5.7 4.3 3.4 4.7 4.6

Santa Clara '70 PF-DQ

28-1

ST

1

BL

2

PTS

15

Avg.

1.5

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

MIN

2010-11 24 137 2011-12 40 537 2012-13 62 730 Portland 126 1,404

FG

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

30 95 137 262

AST

6 16 29 51

PF-DQ

15-0 46-0 82-1 143-1

ST

2 10 14 26

BL

2 4 5 11

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36 202 244 482

Avg.

1.5 5.1 3.9 3.8

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GP

1987-88 62 1297 1988-89 72 1082 Portland 134 2379


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER

SIDNEY WICKS - 1971-1976

GEOFF PETRIE - 1970-1976

Rookie of the Year, 1972

Co-Rookie of the Year, 1971

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

1

MIN

7

FG FGA

1

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1 1.000

0

0 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

0

AST

0

Tuskegee '80 PF-DQ

2-0

ST

0

BL

0

PTS

2

Avg.

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

GP

4

MIN

18

FG FGA

0

0

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

.000

0

0 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

2

AST

1

PF-DQ

3-0

ST

1

BL

0

PTS

0

Avg.

0.0

Wade Baldwin IV

#2 6-4 200 b. 3/29/96 Vanderbilt '16 Acquired: Signed a two-way contract with the Trail Bazers on 10/19/17 before signing a regular contract on 3/12/18. Departed: Traded with Nik Stauskas, a 2021 second round pick, a 2023 2nd round pick and a TPE to Cleveland in exchange for Rodney Hood. 2017-18 2018-19 Portland

GP

7 16 23

MIN

80 94 174

FG FGA

14 10 24

21 33 54

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

.667 .303 .444

4 2 6

5 .800 9 .222 14 .429

FT

6 8 14

FTA Pct.

10 .600 11 .727 21 .667

REB

8 15 23

AST

5 12 17

PF-DQ

12-0 11-0 23-0

ST

2 1 3

BL

1 2 3

PTS

38 30 68

Avg.

5.4 1.9 3.1

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

8 19 27

MIN

38 228 266

FG FGA

8 24 32

22 68 90

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

.364 .353 .355

3 1 4

8 .375 7 .143 15 .266

FT

0 9 9

FTA Pct.

0 .000 10 .900 10 .900

REB

3 18 21

AST

6 34 40

PF-DQ

2-0 29-0 31-0

ST

2 17 19

BL

0 1 1

PTS

19 58 77

Avg.

2.4 3.1 2.8

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. 1970-71

GP

MIN

78 2371

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

559 1283 .436

FT

326

FTA Pct.

402 .811

REB

376

AST

323

Earl Barron

#40 7-0 250 b. 8/14/81 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 4/12/11. Departed: Waived, 12/20/11. 2010-11

GP

2

MIN

37

FG FGA

3

11

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

.273

0

0 .000

FT

1

FTA Pct.

2 .500

REB

14

AST

3

PF-DQ

190-1

ST

BK

PTS

— 1444

Avg.

18.5

Memphis '05 PF-DQ

4-0

ST

0

BL

0

PTS

7

Avg.

3.5

Will Barton

#5 6-6 185 b. 1/6/91 Memphis '12 Acquired: Selected in the second round (40th pick), 2012. Departed: Traded with Victor Claver, Thomas Robinson and a 2016 1st round pick (lottery protected) in exchange for Arron Afflalo and Alonzo Gee, 2/19/15. GP

MIN

2012-13 73 894 2013-14 41 387 2014-15 30 300 Portland 144 1581

152

FG

118 65 38 221

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

309 156 100 565

.382 .417 .380 .391

9 65 10 33 4 18 23 116

.138 .303 .222 .198

FT

50 26 10 86

FTA Pct.

65 32 15 112

.769 .813 .667 .768

REB

145 74 34 253

AST

58 33 27 118

PF-DQ

56-0 31-0 20-0 107-0

ST

34 9 14 57

BL

9 7 4 20

PTS

295 166 90 551

Avg.

4.0 4.0 3.0 3.8


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Nicolas Batum

#88 6-8 220 b. 12/14/88 France Acquired: Traded by Houston in exchange for the draft rights to Darrell Arthur and Joey Dorsey, 6/26/08. Departed: Traded to Charlotte for Gerald Henderson and Noah Vonleh, 6/24/15. GP

2008-09 79 2009-10 37 2010-11 80 2011-12 59 2012-13 73 2013-14 82 2014-15 71 Portland 481

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1454 161 361 918 139 268 2522 367 807 1791 289 641 2807 352 833 2956 381 819 2380 240 600 14828 1929 4329

.446 .519 .455 .451 .423 .465 .400 .446

62 168 54 132 118 342 107 274 165 444 145 402 100 309 751 2071

.369 .409 .345 .391 .372 .361 .324 .363

FT

42 43 138 133 178 163 84 781

FTA Pct.

52 51 164 159 210 203 98 937

REB

AST

.808 220 74 .843 141 44 .841 361 123 .836 271 84 .848 412 360 .803 611 420 .857 416 341 .834 2432 1446

Billy Ray Bates

#12 6-4 210 b. 5/31/56 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/23/80. Departed: Waived, 9/17/82. GP

MIN

1979-80 16 235 1980-81 77 1560 1981-82 75 1229 Portland 168 3024

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

72 146 439 902 327 692 838 1740

.493 .487 .473 .482

8 19 14 54 12 41 34 114

.421 .259 .293 .298

FT

28 170 166 364

FTA Pct.

39 199 211 449

.718 .854 .787 .811

REB

29 157 108 294

AST

31 196 111 338

PF-DQ

139-0 83-1 194-2 105-0 139-0 156-1 106-0 922-4

ST

BL

PTS

50 40 426 24 25 375 68 49 990 57 60 818 91 83 1047 75 57 1070 78 40 664 443 354 5390

Avg.

5.4 10.1 12.4 13.9 14.3 13.0 9.4 11.2

Kentucky State '78 PF-DQ

ST

26-0 14 120-0 82 100-0 41 246-0 137

BL

PTS

2 180 6 1062 5 832 13 2074

Avg.

11.3 13.8 11.1 12.3

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

FG FGA

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

69 189 200 483 269 672

.365 .414 .400

7 27 .259 29 92 .315 36 119 .303

FT

83 201 284

FTA Pct.

103 .806 242 .831 345 .823

REB

57 120 177

AST

78 172 150

PF-DQ

81-1 152-1 233-2

ST

16 26 42

BL

2 5 7

PTS

228 630 858

Avg.

4.3 8.5 6.8

#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. 1986-87

GP

7

MIN

19

FG

6

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

8 .750

0

3 .000

FT FTA

1

Pct.

1 1.000

REB

7

AST

1

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

11

MIN

51

FG

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

10 .400

0

0 .000

FT

6

FTA Pct.

10 .600

REB

18

AST

1

PF-DQ

8-0

ST

2

BL

0

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

13

1.9

California '99 PF-DQ

5-0

ST

2

BL

2

14

1.3

Steve Blake

#2, 25, 5 6-3 172 b. 2/26/80 Maryland '03 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/29/05; Signed as a free agent, 7/13/07; Signed as a free agent, 7/10/14. Departed: Traded to Milwaukee with Ha Seung-Jin and Brian Skinner in exchange for Jamaal Magloire; Traded to the LA Clippers with Travis Outlaw and cash in exchange for Marcus Camby; Traded to Brooklyn with Rondae Hollis-Jefferson for Mason Plumlee and the draft rights to Pat Connaughton, 6/25/15. GP

2005-06 68 2007-08 81 2008-09 69 2009-10 51 2014-15 81 Portland 350

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1781 206 470 2424 261 640 2188 277 647 1397 143 355 1529 122 327 9319 1009 2439

.438 76 184 .413 .408 121 298 .406 .428 140 328 .427 .403 78 207 .377 .373 77 219 .352 .414 492 1236 .398

FT

72 49 63 24 29 237

FTA Pct.

91 64 75 32 41 303

.791 .766 .840 .750 .707 .782

REB

AST

146 306 195 413 173 348 118 203 137 288 769 1558

PF-DQ

107-0 133-0 126-1 84-0 118-0 568-1

ST

42 55 69 37 41 244

BL

PTS

5 560 4 692 4 757 2 388 5 350 20 2747

Avg.

8.2 8.5 11.0 7.6 4.3 7.8

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

33 2 9 44

MIN

245 5 26 276

FG FGA

13 0 1 14

32 1 5 38

Pct. 3FG 3AT

.406 .000 .200 .368

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Pct.

.000 .000 .000 .000

FT FTA

13 0 2 15

25 0 2 27

Pct.

.520 .000 1.000 .556

REB

55 1 1 57

AST

4 1 1 6

PF-DQ

38-0 0-0 2-0 40-0

ST

3 1 0 4

BL

16 0 1 17

PTS

39 0 4 43

Avg.

1.1 0.0 0.4 0.9

Sam Bowie

#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. GP

MIN

1984-85 76 2216 1985-86 38 1132 1986-87 5 163 1987-88 1988-89 20 412 Portland 139 3923

FG

299 167 30

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

557 .537 0 0 .000 160 225 345 .484 0 0 .000 114 161 66 .455 0 0 .000 20 30 —Missed season with broken right leg— 69 153 .451 5 7 .714 28 49 565 1121 .504 5 7 .714 322 465

.711 .708 .667

REB

656 327 33

.571 106 .692 1122

AST

215 99 9

PF-DQ

278-9 142-4 19-0

36 43-0 359 482-13

ST

BL

55 203 21 96 1 10

PTS

Avg.

758 448 80

10.0 11.8 16.0

7 33 171 84 342 1457

8.6 10.5

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FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Adrian Branch

#24 6-7 195 b. 11/17/63 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/7/88. Departed: Waived, 10/13/89. 1988-89

GP

67

MIN

811

FG

202

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

436 .463

7

31 .226

FT

87

FTA Pct.

120 .725

REB

132

AST

60

Maryland '85 PF-DQ

99-0

ST

45

BL

3

PTS

498

Avg.

7.4

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

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

67 1016

90

184 .489

14

29 .483

257

75

129-2

42

43

194

2.9

0

5 .000

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 .494 1979-80 82 2815 548 1182 .464 1980-81 29 548 95 246 .386 Portland 192 5817 1077 2306 .467

— 6 1 7

— — 32 .188 3 .333 35 .200

FT

210 184 26 420

FTA Pct.

256 219 34 509

.820 .840 .765 .825

REB

229 214 33 476

AST

165 216 55 436

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

181-3 102 79 1078 154-0 98 48 1286 42-0 34 9 217 377-3 234 136 2581

Avg.

13.3 15.7 7.5 13.4

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

GP 21

MIN 184

FG 28

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. 70 .400 13 32 .406

FT 13

FTA Pct. REB 19 .684 15

AST PF-DQ 20 26-0

ST BL 8 2

PTS 82

Avg. 3.9

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. 1997-98 2001-02 Portland

GP

MIN

FG FGA

38 622 59 520 97 1142

49 45 94

Pct. 3FG 3AT

141 .348 112 .402 253 .371

22 6 28

Pct.

61 .361 11 .545 72 .388

FT

42 29 71

FTA

Pct.

62 .677 41 .707 103 .689

REB

56 69 125

AST

100 114 214

PF-DQ

55-0 51-0 106-0

ST

25 25 50

BL

3 2 5

PTS

162 125 287

Avg.

4.3 2.1 2.9

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

1988-89 56 803 1989-90 58 562 1990-91 53 781 1991-92 56 800 1992-93 80 1396 1993-94 79 1441 1994-95 49 658 Portland 431 6441

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

120 247 70 153 99 203 95 198 186 370 185 384 101 192 856 1747

.486 .458 .488 .480 .503 .482 .526 .490

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

0 0 1 3 1 1 2 8

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .125

FT

40 28 74 40 104 72 41 399

FTA Pct.

69 50 101 60 148 104 63 595

REB AST

.580 179 .560 146 .733 190 .667 201 .703 324 .692 315 .651 161 .671 1516

33 13 27 41 41 37 28 220

PF-DQ

144-3 93-0 120-0 105-0 226-1 187-0 109-1 984-5

ST

BL

PTS

20 7 280 18 9 168 15 12 272 26 8 230 37 23 476 32 29 442 19 16 244 167 104 2112

Avg.

5.0 2.9 5.1 4.1 6.0 5.6 5.0 4.9

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. 1982-83

GP

41

MIN

FG

643

72

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

182 .396

9

35 .257

FT

41

FTA Pct.

46 .891

REB

54

AST

115

PF-DQ

60-0

ST

44

BL

2

PTS

194

Avg.

4.7

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. 1996-97 2001-02 Portland

GP

49 11 60

MIN

FG

465 90 555

52 10 62

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

125 .416 23 .435 148 .418

12 1 13

39 .308 3 .333 42 .309

FT

32 8 40

FTA Pct.

50 .640 12 .667 62 .645

REB

53 14 67

AST

30 5 35

PF-DQ

55-1 10-0 65-1

ST

13 0 13

BL

2 1 3

PTS

148 29 177

Avg.

3.0 2.6 2.9

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, 6/30/78. GP

MIN

1976-77 70 743 1977-78 79 1370 Portland 149 2113

FG

85 175 260

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

183 .464 365 .479 548 .474

— — ---

— — ---

— — ---

FT

66 66 132

FTA Pct.

85 .776 76 .868 161 .820

REB

144 215 359

AST

35 87 122

PF-DQ

123-1 141-3 264-4

ST

24 42 66

BL

8 15 23

PTS

236 416 652

Avg.

3.4 5.3 4.4

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

2009-10 23 718 2010-11 59 1540 2011-12 40 894 Portland 122 3152

154

FG

72 117 67 256

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

145 294 161 600

.497 .398 .416 .427

0 0 0 0

1 .000 1 .000 0 --2 .000

FT

18 43 18 79

FTA Pct.

31 70 38 139

REB

.581 255 .614 606 .474 354 .568 1215

AST

35 121 75 231

PF-DQ

56-0 140-0 88-0 284-0

ST

BL

26 47 40 92 33 56 99 195

PTS

162 277 152 591

Avg.

7.0 4.7 3.8 4.8


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS 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

6

MIN

16

FG

2

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

3 .667

0

0 .000

FT

4

FTA Pct.

6 .667

REB

1

AST

1

California '99 PF-DQ

1-0

ST

0

BL

0

PTS

8

Avg.

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

1982-83 82 1983-84 82 1984-85 48 1985-86 55 1986-87 49 Portland 316

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2331 362 717 2455 518 923 1120 190 363 1557 232 466 1443 201 399 8906 1503 2868

.505 .561 .523 .498 .504 .524

2 0 0 0 0 2

6 5 3 4 2 20

.333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .100

FT

FTA Pct.

255 366 247 367 118 164 149 217 126 169 895 1283

REB

.697 589 .673 642 .720 323 .687 492 .746 499 .698 2545

AST

Matt Carroll

#33 6-6 212 b. 8/28/80 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 11/7/03. Departed: Waived, 1/7/04. 2003-04

GP

13

MIN

48

FG FGA

5

Pct. 3FG 3AT

11 .455

1

Pct.

3 .333

FT FTA

2

Pct.

2 1.000

REB

3

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

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

AST

1

Avg.

12.0 15.6 10.4 11.1 10.8 12.4

Notre Dame '03 PF-DQ

3-0

ST

0

BL

0

PTS

13

Avg.

1.0

Kelvin Cato

#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. MIN

FG

98 58 156

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

229 .428 129 .450 358 .436

0 1 1

FT

3 .000 86 1 1.000 34 4 .250 120

FTA Pct.

125 .688 67 .507 192 .625

REB

252 150 402

AST

PF-DQ

23 164-3 19 100-3 42 264-6

ST

BL

29 94 23 56 52 150

PTS

282 151 433

Avg.

3.8 3.5 3.7

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

GP

28 19 47

MIN

250 125 375

FG

25 10 35

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

79 .316 30 .333 109 .321

13 3 16

47 .277 16 .188 63 .254

FT

22 6 28

FTA Pct.

27 .815 8 .750 35 .800

REB

19 5 24

AST

32 15 47

PF-DQ

22-0 11-0 33-0

ST

8 7 15

BL

1 0 1

PTS

85 29 114

Avg.

3.0 1.5 2.4

Victor Claver

#18 6-10 235 b. 8/30/88 Spain Acquired: Selected in the first round (22nd pick), 2009. Departed: Traded with Will Barton, Thomas Robinson and a 2016 1st round pick (lottery protected) in exchange for Arron Afflalo and Alonzo Gee, 2/19/15. 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Portland

GP

MIN

49 812 21 184 10 76 80 1072

FG

74 17 9 100

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

189 42 20 251

.392 .405 .450 .398

25 87 3 18 6 11 34 116

.287 .167 .545 .293

FT

14 10 0 24

FTA Pct.

30 .467 11 .909 0 --41 .585

REB

119 39 20 178

AST

43 12 1 56

PF-DQ

75-? 16-? 12 103

ST

26 3 1 30

BL

12 3 1 16

PTS

187 47 24 258

Avg.

3.8 2.2 2.4 3.2

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

1974-75 77 952 1975-76 49 443 Portland 126 1395

FG

168 70 238

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

355 .473 143 .490 498 .478

— — —

— — —

— — —

FT

45 31 76

FTA Pct.

60 .750 35 .886 95 .800

REB

161 70 231

AST

76 33 109

PF-DQ

139-0 57-0 196-0

ST

68 27 95

BL

2 7 9

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

381 171 552

4.9 3.5 4.4

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. 2010-11

GP

5

MIN

24

FG

1

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

6 .167

0

0

---

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0

---

REB

7

AST

1

PF-DQ

5-0

ST

0

BL

0

2

0.4

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

1984-85 78 1462 1985-86 81 1868 Portland 159 3330

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

216 477 .453 272 597 .456 488 1074 .454

26 74 .351 27 83 .325 53 157 .338

FT

98 135 233

FTA Pct.

130 .754 164 .823 294 .793

REB

150 177 327

AST

243 257 500

PF-DQ

ST

142-0 75 188-0 113 330-0 188

BL

PTS

9 556 10 706 19 1262

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7.1 8.7 7.9

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GP

1997-98 74 1007 1998-99 43 546 Portland 117 1553


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Pat Connaughton

#5 6-5 210 b. 1/6/93 Notre Dame '15 Acquired: Acquired from the Brooklyn Nets along with Mason Plumlee and a traded player exception in exchange for Steve Blake and the draft rights to Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, 6/26/15. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/18. GP

MIN

2015-16 34 143 2016-17 39 316 2017-18 82 1488 Portland 155 1947

FG

13 37 165 215

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

49 72 390 511

.265 .514 .423 .421

5 21 .238 17 33 .515 74 210 .352 96 264 .364

FT

5 7 37 49

FTA Pct.

REB

51.000 32 9 .778 52 44 .841 161 58 .845 245

AST

10 28 91 129

Anthony Cook

#38 6-9 240 b. 3/19/67 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 10/5/95. Departed: Waived, 1/5/96. 1995-96

GP

11

MIN

60

FG

7

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

16 .438

0

2 .000

FT

1

FTA Pct.

4 .250

REB

12

AST

2

PF-DQ

6-0 23-0 120-0 149-0

ST

2 6 23 31

BL

0 2 22 24

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

36 98 441 575

1.1 2.5 5.4 3.7

Arizona '89 PF-DQ

8-0

ST

0

BL

1

15

1.4

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

GP

17

MIN

139

FG FGA

7

Pct. 3FG 3AT

27 .259

0

Pct.

1 .000

FT FTA

0

Pct.

0 .000

REB

6

AST

24

PF-DQ

14-0

ST

10

BL

0

PTS

14

Avg.

0.8

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

1982-83 80 1983-84 81 1989-90 79 1990-91 67 1991-92 35 Portland 342

MIN

2099 1662 1176 746 344 6027

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

320 723 304 663 138 304 57 145 35 82 854 1917

.443 .459 .454 .393 .427 .445

0 0 0 0 0 0

5 7 3 1 0 16

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT

135 185 25 33 7 385

FTA Pct.

197 230 39 42 11 519

REB

.685 611 .804 476 .641 339 .786 188 .636 101 .742 1715

AST

116 76 44 22 21 279

PF-DQ

318-5 247-2 211-2 120-0 57-0 953-9

ST

BL

PTS

27 136 775 26 106 793 18 95 301 7 61 147 4 27 77 82 425 2093

Avg.

9.7 9.8 3.8 2.2 2.2 6.1

Allen Crabbe

#23 6-6 215 b. 4/9/92 California '13 Acquired: Acquired from the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for a 2015 secound round pick and 2016 secound round pick on June 27, 2013. Departed: Traded to the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for Andrew Nicholson on July 25, 2017. GP

MIN

2013-14 15 100 2014-15 51 683 2015-16 81 2105 2016-17 79 2254 Portland 226 5142

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

12 33 63 153 311 678 303 647 689 1511

.364 6 14 .429 .412 30 85 .353 .459 112 284 .394 .468 134 302 .444 .456 282 686 .411

FT

3 12 98 105 218

FTA Pct.

4 16 113 124 257

REB

.750 9 .750 73 .867 216 .847 226 .848 524

AST

6 39 99 94 238

PF-DQ

10-1 74-1 192-2 171-0 447-4

ST

2 19 63 54 138

BL

PTS

3 33 15 168 64 832 20 845 52 1878

Avg.

2.2 3.3 10.3 10.7 8.3

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. 2011-12

GP

MIN

60 1613

FG FGA

283

Pct. 3FG 3AT

737 .384

Pct.

80 260 .308

FT FTA

Pct.

191 206 .927

REB

118

AST

191

PF-DQ

74-0

ST

55

BL

14

PTS

837

Avg.

14.0

Geoff Crompton

#45 6-11 288 b. 7/4/55 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

6

MIN

33

FG

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

8 .500

0

0 .000

FT

1

FTA Pct.

5 .200

REB

18

AST

2

John Crotty

#12 6-2 194 b. 7/15/69 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 8/29/97. Departed: Waived, 3/18/99. 1997-98 1998-99 Portland

GP

26 3 29

MIN

379 19 398

FG

29 4 33

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT

90 .322 8 .500 98 .337

6 1 7

Pct.

20 .300 1 1.000 21 .333

FT FTA

32 3 35

Pct.

34 .941 3 1.000 37 .946

REB

32 1 33

AST

63 5 68

PF-DQ

4-0

ST

0

BL

2

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

9

1.5

Virginia '91 PF-DQ

28-0 1-0 29-0

ST

10 2 12

BL

1 0 1

96 12 108

3.7 4.0 3.7

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

FG

106 126 232

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

214 .495 291 .433 505 .459

0 0 0

2 .000 4 .000 6 .000

FT

31 32 63

FTA Pct.

48 .646 45 .711 93 .677

REB

160 189 349

AST

14 30 44

PF-DQ

97-0 139-1 236-1

ST

24 39 63

BL

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

22 32 54

243 284 527

3.9 5.1 4.4

Seth Curry

#31 6-2 185 b. 8/23/90 Duke '13 Acquired: Sighed as a free agent, 7/6/18. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/19. 2018-19

156

GP

MIN

74 1399

FG

212

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

465 .456 113 251 .450

FT

44

FTA Pct.

52 .846

REB

120

AST

66

PF-DQ

97-0

ST

36

12

581

7.9


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS 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. 2002-03

GP

MIN

67

872

FG

84

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

186 .452

18

59 .305

FT

65

FTA Pct.

76 .855

REB

72

AST

85

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

9

MIN

41

FG

6

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

28 .214

FT

4

FTA Pct.

6 .667

REB

5

PF-DQ

43-0

ST

33

BL

9

PTS

251

Avg.

3.7

Weber State '72

AST

2

PF-DQ

5-0

ST

BL

PTS

16

Avg.

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. 1972-73 1973-74 Portland

GP

MIN

69 1333 8 90 77 1423

FG

243 14 257

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

590 .412 40 .350 630 .408

— — —

— — —

— — —

FT

126 3 129

FTA Pct.

161 .783 4 .750 165 .782

REB

111 11 122

AST

175 11 186

PF-DQ

174-7 7-0 181-7

ST

— 2 2

BL

— 0 0

PTS

612 31 643

Avg.

8.9 3.9 8.4

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

2000-01 81 2001-02 78 2002-03 78 2003-04 76 Portland 313

MIN

2162 2447 2282 1682 8573

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

242 487 296 580 237 438 133 281 909 1786

.497 .510 .541 .473 .509

0 0 0 0 0

4 0 0 0 4

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT

96 150 105 65 416

FTA Pct.

152 212 166 106 636

REB AST

.632 606 .708 688 .633 564 .513 398 .654 2256

103 96 94 72 365

PF-DQ

199-0 193-1 189-1 154-1 735-3

ST

BL

PTS

44 76 580 62 83 742 51 70 579 43 62 331 200 291 2232

Avg.

7.2 9.5 7.4 4.4 7.1

#17 6-10 240 b. 6/5/89 North Carolina '10 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/9/15. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/18. GP

MIN

2015-16 81 1684 2016-17 46 789 2017-18 78 1471 Portland 205 3944

FG

206 75 170 451

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

337 142 292 771

.611 .528 .582 .585

0 0 0 0

0 --0 --1 .000 1 .000

FT

114 50 74 238

FTA Pct.

204 81 111 396

REB AST

.559 599 .617 244 .667 575 .601 1418

88 26 40 154

PF-DQ

202-2 137-1 188-1 527-4

ST

BL

PTS

57 72 526 15 22 200 32 52 414 104 146 1140

Avg.

6.5 4.3 5.3 5.6

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

1976-77 79 1451 1977-78 82 2188 Portland 161 3639

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

234 531 .441 343 756 .454 577 1287 .448

— — —

— — —

— — —

FT

166 188 354

FTA Pct.

209 .794 227 .828 436 .812

REB

126 173 299

AST

148 217 365

PF-DQ

ST

128-1 41 173-0 81 301-1 122

BL

PTS

11 634 14 874 25 1508

Avg.

8.0 10.7 9.4

Walter Davis

#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. 1990-91

GP

32

MIN

439

FG

87

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

195 .446

1

3 .333

FT

21

FTA Pct.

23 .913

REB

58

AST

41

PF-DQ

42-0

ST

18

BL

0

PTS

196

Avg.

6.1

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. 2003-04 2006-07 Portland

GP

20 50 70

MIN

151 444 595

FG

16 54 70

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

49 .327 151 .358 200 .350

7 16 23

20 .350 61 .262 81 .284

FT

7 42 49

FTA Pct.

8 .875 53 .792 61 .803

REB

10 43 53

AST

20 70 90

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

GP

3

MIN

12

FG FGA

3

Pct. 3FG 3AT

3 1.000

0

Pct.

0 .000

FT

1

FTA

Pct.

2 .500

REB

2

AST

0

Travis Diener

#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. 2009-10

GP

5

MIN

26

FG

1

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

4 .250

0

2 .000

FT

1

FTA Pct.

2 .500

REB

1

PF-DQ

22-0 55-0 77-0

ST

8 14 22

BL

0 1 1

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

46 166 212

2.3 3.3 3.0

Idaho '00 PF-DQ

3-0

ST

0

BL

0

7

2.3

Marquette '05

AST

4

PF-DQ

1-0

ST

1

BL

0

PTS

3

Avg.

0.6

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. 2008-09

GP

19

MIN

73

FG

6

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

19 .316

0

0 .000

FT

15

FTA Pct.

20 .750

REB

17

AST

0

PF-DQ

9-0

ST

1

BL

2

PTS

27

trailblazers.com

Avg.

1.4

157

HISTORY

Ed Davis


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER 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. 1972-73

GP

MIN

63

970

FG

161

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

338 .476

FT

64

FTA Pct.

96 .667

REB

190

AST

103

PF-DQ

125-1

ST

BL

PTS

386

Avg.

6.1

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

2005-06 76 1920 2006-07 55 1243 Portland 131 3163

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

357 821 .435 65 170 .382 189 444 .426 52 143 .364 546 1265 .432 117 313 .374

FT

156 60 216

FTA Pct.

194 .804 72 .833 266 .812

REB

177 85 262

AST

149 82 231

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

8

61

FG

8

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

16 .500

5

7 .714

FT

4

FTA Pct.

5 .800

REB

5

AST

5

Jacky Dorsey

#44 6-7 230 b. 12/18/54 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 4/24/78. Departed: Waived, 4/4/78. 1977-78

GP

MIN

4

51

FG

9

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

19 .474

---

---

---

FT

7

FTA Pct.

11 /636

REB

10

AST

3

PF-DQ

ST

157-0 58 112-0 49 269-0 107

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

6 935 7 490 13 1425

12.3 8.9 10.9

Yugoslavia PF-DQ

3-0

ST

0

BK

0

25

3.1

Georgia '78 PF-DQ

8-0

ST

0

BK

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

1983-84 82 1984-85 80 1985-86 75 1986-87 82 1987-88 81 1988-89 78 1989-90 73 1990-91 82 1991-92 76 1992-93 49 1993-94 68 1994-95 41 Portland 867

MIN

FG

1408 252 2555 573 2576 542 3144 707 3060 849 3064 829 2683 670 2852 645 2751 694 1671 350 2334 473 1428 305 29526 6889

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

559 1661 1142 1408 1679 1672 1357 1338 1476 816 1105 712 14425

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

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

.729 235 153 209-2 107 29 .759 476 441 265-3 177 68 .769 421 600 270-8 197 46 .760 518 566 281-7 204 71 .811 533 467 250-2 203 52 .799 615 450 269-2 213 54 .774 507 432 222-1 145 51 .794 546 493 226-2 144 60 .794 500 512 229-2 138 70 .839 309 278 159-1 95 37 .777 445 333 202-2 98 34 .835 234 208 117-0 74 22 .789 5339 4933 2699-32 1795 594

PTS

628 1377 1389 1782 2185 2123 1703 1767 1903 976 1303 904 18040

Avg.

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

Kevin Duckworth

#00 7-0 280 b. 4/1/64 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

1986-87 51 1987-88 78 1988-89 79 1989-90 82 1990-91 81 1991-92 82 1992-93 74 Portland 527

MIN

FG

753 112 2223 450 2662 554 2462 548 2511 521 2222 362 1762 301 14595 2848

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

228 907 1161 1146 1084 786 688 6000

.491 .496 .477 .478 .481 .461 .438 .475

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 2 0 2 3 2 10

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

REB

.692 192 .770 576 .757 635 .740 509 .772 531 .690 497 .730 387 .746 3327

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

23 165-3 16 18 66 280-5 31 32 60 300-6 56 49 91 271-2 36 34 89 251-5 33 34 99 264-5 38 37 70 222-1 45 39 498 1753-27 255 243

PTS

307 1231 1432 1327 1282 880 729 7188

Avg.

6.0 15.8 18.1 16.2 15.8 10.7 9.9 13.6

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

1993-94 6 1994-95 82 1995-96 80 1996-97 81 2001-02 43 2002-03 3 Portland 295

MIN

86 2245 1924 1840 327 11 6433

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

6 25 181 446 162 358 126 293 20 50 0 1 495 1173

.240 .406 .453 .430 .400 .000 .422

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 0 2 0 4

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT

2 85 80 65 8 0 240

FTA Pct.

4 183 157 137 15 0 496

REB

.500 24 .464 764 .510 720 .474 593 .533 80 .000 2 .484 2183

AST

5 34 37 41 13 0 130

PF-DQ

18-0 286-6 251-4 247-3 42-0 3-0 847-13

ST

4 43 41 39 3 0 130

BL

PTS

3 14 126 447 100 404 96 317 14 48 0 0 399 1230

Avg.

2.3 5.5 5.1 3.9 1.1 0.0 4.2

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

1977-78 63 768 1978-79 80 1828 1979-80 82 1841 Portland 225 4437

158

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

100 240 246 549 240 551 586 1340

.417 .448 .436 .437

— — 0 0

— — — — 3 .000 3 .000

FT

37 122 84 243

FTA Pct.

56 158 111 325

.661 .772 .757 .748

REB

147 344 324 815

AST

45 103 147 295

PF-DQ

ST

74-0 46 166-1 86 145-1 102 385-2 234

BL

PTS

8 237 23 614 31 564 62 1415

Avg.

3.8 7.7 6.9 6.3


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS 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 1994-95

GP

MIN

28

266

FG

32

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

83 .386

0

0 .000

FT

11

FTA Pct.

17 .647

REB

43

AST

8

PF-DQ

44-0

ST

5

BL

8

PTS

75

Avg.

2.7

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. 1992-93

GP

MIN

82 1757

FG

240

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

524 .458

45 129 .349

FT

183

FTA Pct.

214 .855

REB

216

AST

177

PF-DQ

145-0

ST

74

BL

20

PTS

708

Avg.

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. 1970-71

GP

MIN

74 2581

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

485 1095 .433

FT

209

FTA Pct.

261 .801

REB

907

AST

235

PF-DQ

258-5

ST

BL

PTS

— 1179

Avg.

15.9

Chris Engler

#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. GP

7

MIN

17

FG

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

8 .500

0

0 .000

FT FTA

3

Pct.

3 1.000

REB

8

AST

1

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

18

MIN

70

FG

11

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

42 .262

FT

5

FTA Pct.

7 .714

REB

20

AST

6

PF-DQ

0-0

ST

1

BL

1

PTS

11

Avg.

1.6

Rhode Island '70 PF-DQ

15-0

ST

BL

PTS

27

Avg.

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. 2011-12

GP

MIN

60 1906

FG

261

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

642 .407

62 203 .305

FT

100

FTA Pct.

124 .806

REB

149

AST

390

PF-DQ

122-0

ST

78

BK

10

PTS

684

Avg.

11.4

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

7

MIN

32

FG FGA

5

Pct. 3FG 3AT

12 .417

3

Pct.

8 .375

FT FTA

0

Pct.

2 .000

REB

4

AST

1

PF-DQ

0-0

ST

0

BL

0

PTS

13

Avg.

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

2008-09 78 2009-10 62 2010-11 78 Portland 218

MIN

1993 1441 1821 5255

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

268 630 160 423 213 575 641 1628

.425 159 398 .399 .378 98 266 .368 .370 116 361 .321 .394 373 1025 .364

FT

120 85 126 331

FTA Pct.

143 98 146 387

.839 .867 .863 .855

REB AST

207 164 172 543

PF-DQ

159 127 193 479

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

12

MIN

34

FG

1

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

18 .056

0

0 .000

FT

7

FTA Pct.

8 .875

REB

13

ST

111-0 87-0 134-1 332-1

AST

1

69 62 87 218

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

12 815 11 503 14 668 37 1986

10.4 8.1 8.6 9.1

Houston '88 PF-DQ

7-0

ST

0

BL

1

9

0.8

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. 2011-12

GP

18

MIN

281

FG

34

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

90 .378

8

25 .320

FT

18

FTA Pct.

25 .720

REB

31

AST

68

PF-DQ

15-0

ST

3

BL

1

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

94

5.2

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. 2004-05

GP

43

MIN

499

FG

56

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

140 .400

31

80 .388

FT

21

FTA Pct.

25 .840

REB

61

AST

30

PF-DQ

35-0

ST

15

BL

4

164

trailblazers.com

3.8

159

HISTORY

1986-87


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Tim Frazier

#10 6-1 180 b. 11/1/90 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 3/30/15. Departed: Waived, 2/18/16. 2014-15 2015-16 Portland

GP

5 35 40

MIN

68 272 340

FG

8 20 28

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

18 .444 60 .333 78 .359

2 3 5

6 .333 17 .176 23 .217

FT

5 8 13

FTA Pct.

6 .833 15 .533 21 .619

REB

9 39 48

AST

17 42 59

Penn State '14 PF-DQ

10-0 31-0 41-0

ST

2 10 12

BL

0 1 1

PTS

23 51 74

Avg.

4.6 1.5 1.9

Joel Freeland

#19 6-11 248 b. 2/7/87 England Acquired: Selected in the first round (30th pick), 2006. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/15. GP

MIN

2012-13 51 477 2013-14 52 727 2014-15 48 617 Portland 151 1821

FG

58 77 74 209

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

142 162 151 455

.408 .475 .490 .459

0 0 0 0

0 --2 .000 0 --2 .000

FT

18 20 21 59

FTA Pct.

27 29 25 81

.667 .690 .840 .728

REB

119 208 191 518

AST

13 36 16 65

PF-DQ

67-0 95-0 93-0 255-0

ST

13 10 9 32

BL

11 22 23 56

PTS

134 174 169 477

Avg.

2.6 3.3 3.5 3.2

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

2007-08 78 1342 2008-09 63 746 Portland 141 2088

FG

221 113 334

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

453 .488 267 .423 720 .464

3 11 14

10 .300 33 .333 43 .326

FT

85 26 111

FTA Pct.

109 .780 36 .722 145 .766

REB AST

354 140 494

PF-DQ

57 24 81

208-1 106-0 314-1

Bernie Fryer

#13 6-3 185 b. 12/25/49 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 6/27/73. Departed: Waived, 10/8/74. 1973-74

GP

MIN

80 1674

FG

226

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

491 .460

FT

107

FTA Pct.

135 .793

REB

159

AST

279

ST

29 17 46

BL

27 16 43

PTS

530 263 793

Avg.

6.8 4.2 5.6

Brigham Young '72 PF-DQ

187-1

ST

92

BL

10

PTS

559

Avg.

7.0

Mike Gale

#11 6-4 190 b. 7/18/50 Elizabeth City St. '71 Acquired: Traded by San Antonio with 1982 1st round draft pick for Ron Brewer, 12/19/80 (1982 draft pick traded to Detroit for Kenny Carr 6/23/82). Departed: Traded to Golden State for two 2nd round draft picks (1982—Audie Norris and 1985—Mike Smrek), 6/8/81. 1980-81

GP

42

MIN

476

FG

71

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

145 .490

1

4 .250

FT

36

FTA Pct.

42 .857

REB

47

AST

70

Kevin Gamble

#35 6-5 215 b. 11/13/65 Acquired: Drafted 3rd round, 63rd pick, 1987. Departed: Waived, 12/9/87. 1987-88

GP

9

MIN

19

FG

0

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

3 .000

0

1 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

3

AST

1

PF-DQ

61-0

ST

39

BL

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

5

179

4.3

Iowa '87 PF-DQ

2-0

ST

2

0

0

0.0

Alonzo Gee

#33 6-6 219 b. 5/29/87 Alabama '09 Acquired: Traded by Denver with Arron Afflalo in exchange for Will Barton, Victor Claver, Thomas Robinson and a 2016 1st round pick (lottery protected), 2/19/15. Departed: Signed with New Orleans as a free agent, 7/9/16. 2014-15

GP

15

MIN

151

FG

21

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

49 .429

3

11 .273

FT

6

FTA Pct.

12 .500

REB

24

AST

6

PF-DQ

16-0

ST

7

BL

1

PTS

51

Avg.

3.4

Eddie Gill

#4 6-0 190 b. 8/16/78 Weber State '00 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 2/5/04. Departed: Traded with cash considerations to New Jersey for draft rights to Viktor Khryapa, 6/22/04. 2003-04

GP

22

MIN

157

FG

15

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

38 .417

3

8 .375

FT

17

FTA Pct.

20 .850

REB

17

AST

16

Herm Gilliam

#3 6-3 190 b. 5/5/ Acquired: Purchased from Seattle, 9/2/76. Departed: Waived, 10/17/77. 1976-77

GP

MIN

80 1665

FG

326

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

744 .438

FT

92

FTA Pct.

120 .767

REB

201

AST

170

#48 6-6 225 b. 2/27/47 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 25th pick, 1970. Departed: Waived, 9/27/71. GP

27

MIN

261

FG

23

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

54 .426

FT

12

FTA Pct.

26 .462

REB

73

AST

12

Stephen Graham

#24 6-6 215 b. 6/11/82 Acquired: Claimed off waivers from Cleveland, 10/24/06. Departed: Waived, 1/2/07. 2006-07

160

GP

14

MIN

165

FG

17

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

40 .425

3

11 .273

FT

8

FTA Pct.

9 .889

REB

21

16-0

ST

9

BL

1

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

50

2.3

Purdue '68

Walt Gilmore 1970-71

PF-DQ

AST

5

PF-DQ

168-1

ST

76

BL

6

744

9.3

Ft. Valley State '70 PF-DQ

49-1

ST

BL

PTS

58

Avg.

2.1

Oklahoma State '05 PF-DQ

25-0

ST

4

BL

1

PTS

45

Avg.

3.2


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS

MAURICE LUCAS - 1976-80, 1987-88

BILL WALTON - 1974-1978

Brian Grant

#44 6-9 254 b. 3/5/72 Xavier '94 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/23/97. Departed: Traded to Miami in a three-team exchange that sent Gary Grant to Cleveland, Chris Gattling and Clarence Weatherspoon from Miami to Cleveland, and Shawn Kemp from Cleveland to Portland, 8/31/00. GP

1997-98 61 1998-99 48 1999-00 63 Portland 172

MIN

1921 1525 1322 4768

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

283 557 183 382 173 352 639 1291

.508 .479 .491 .494

0 0 1 1

1 0 2 3

.000 .000 .500 .333

FT

171 184 112 467

FTA Pct.

228 226 166 620

REB AST

PF-DQ

.750 555 86 .814 470 67 .675 344 64 .753 1369 217

ST

184-3 136-1 166-2 486-6

BL

PTS

44 45 737 21 34 550 32 28 459 97 107 1746

Avg.

12.1 11.5 7.1 10.2

Gary Grant

#14 6-3 185 b. 4/21/65 Michigan '88 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 3/25/97. Departed: Traded to Cleveland in a three-team exchange that sent Brian Grant to Miami, Chris Gattling and Clarence Weatherspoon from Miami to Cleveland, and Shawn Kemp from Cleveland to Portland, 8/31/00. Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/29/00. Departed: Waived, 3/5/01. 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 Portland

GP

22 2 3 4 31

MIN

359 7 24 17 407

FG

43 0 6 5 54

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

93 1 14 7 115

.462 .000 .429 .714 .470

7 0 0 0 7

19 0 0 0 19

.368 .000 .000 .000 .368

FT

12 0 0 0 12

FTA Pct. REB

14 0 0 0 14

.857 .000 000 .000 .857

AST

48 0 3 0 51

PF-DQ

84 3 1 1 89

ST

30-0 0-0 3-0 1-0 34-0

17 0 1 0 18

BL

2 0 0 0 2

PTS

105 0 12 10 127

Avg.

4.8 0.0 4.0 2.5 4.1

Harvey Grant

#44 6-9 225 b. 7/4/65 Oklahoma '88 Acquired: Traded by Washington for Kevin Duckworth, 6/24/93. Departed: Traded to Washington with Rod Strickland for Rasheed Wallace and Mitchell Butler, 7/15/96. GP

1993-94 77 1994-95 75 1995-96 76 Portland 228

MIN

2112 1771 2394 6277

Taurean Green

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

356 774 286 621 314 679 956 2074

.460 .461 .462 .461

2 7 8 26 21 67 31 100

.286 .308 .313 .310

FT

84 103 60 247

FTA Pct.

131 146 110 387

.641 .705 .545 .638

REB

351 284 361 996

AST

107 82 111 300

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

179-1 70 49 798 163-0 56 53 683 173-1 60 43 709 515-2 186 145 2190

#0 6-0 177 b. 11/28/86 Florida '07 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 52nd pick, 2007. Departed: Traded to Denver in exchange for Von Wafer, 2/21/08. 2007-08

GP

8

MIN

44

FG

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

16 .250

1

8 .125

FT

8

FTA Pct.

81.000

REB

4

AST

8

PF-DQ

3-0

ST

1

BL

0

PTS

17

Avg.

10.4 9.1 9.3 9.6

Avg.

2.1

Gary Gregor

#44 6-7 230 b. 8/13/45 South Carolina '68 Acquired: Traded by Atlanta for Jerry Chambers, 6/17/70. Departed: Signed with Philadelphia as veteran free agent, 3/20/73. Portland received as compensation from Philadelphia (Milwaukee’s 1974 2nd round draft pick--Rubin Collins). GP

MIN

1970-71 44 1153 1971-72 82 2371 Portland 126 3524

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

181 421 .430 399 884 .451 580 1305 .444

— — —

— — —

— — —

FT

59 114 173

FTA Pct.

89 .663 151 .755 240 .721

REB

334 591 925

AST

81 187 268

PF-DQ

120-2 201-2 321-4

ST

— — —

BL

PTS

— 421 — 912 — 1333

trailblazers.com

Avg.

9.6 11.1 10.6

161

HISTORY

1978 2nd Team All-NBA, 1st Team All-Defense

1978 NBA Most Valuable Player


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Bob Gross

#30 6-6 200 b. 8/3/53 Long Beach State '75 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 25th pick, 1975. Departed: Became free agent after 1981-82 season. GP

1975-76 76 1976-77 82 1977-78 72 1978-79 53 1979-80 62 1980-81 82 1981-82 59 Portland 486

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1474 209 400 2232 376 711 2163 381 720 1441 209 443 1581 221 472 1934 253 479 1377 173 322 12202 1822 3547

.523 .529 .529 .472 .468 .528 .537 .514

— — — — 1 0 3 4

— — — — 10 9 6 25

— — — — .100 .000 .500 .160

FT

FTA Pct.

97 142 183 215 152 190 96 119 95 114 135 159 78 104 836 1043

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

.683 307 163 186-3 91 43 515 .851 394 242 255-7 107 57 935 .800 400 254 234-5 100 52 914 .807 250 184 161-4 70 47 514 .833 249 228 179-3 60 47 538 .849 328 251 238-5 90 67 641 .750 259 125 162-2 75 41 427 .802 2187 1447 1415-29 593 354 4484

Avg.

6.8 11.4 12.7 9.7 8.7 7.8 7.2 9.2

Petur Gudmundsson

#40 7-2 250 b. 10/30/58 Washington '80 Acquired: Drafted 3rd round, 61st pick, 1981. Departed: Traded to Detroit for Portland’s own 1984 3rd round draft pick (Tim Kearney), 8/18/83. 1981-82

GP

68

MIN

845

FG

83

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

166 .500

1

11.000

FT

52

FTA Pct.

76 .684

REB

186

AST

59

PF-DQ

163-2

ST

13

BL

30

PTS

219

Avg.

3.2

Ha Seung-Jin

#5 7-3 305 b. 8/4/85 Yonsei University Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 46th pick, 2004. Departed: Traded to Milwaukee with Steve Blake and Brian Skinner for Jamaal Magloire, 7/31/06. 2004-05 2005-06 Portland

GP

19 27 46

MIN

104 212 316

FG

10 18 28

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

23 .435 31 .581 54 .519

0 0 0

0 0 0

-------

FT

6 8 14

FTA Pct.

11 .545 17 .471 28 .500

REB

18 49 67

AST

2 1 3

PF-DQ

21-0 41-0 62-0

ST

1 3 4

BL

5 8 13

PTS

26 44 70

Avg.

1.4 1.6 1.5

Shaler Halimon

#11 6-6 200 b. 3/30/45 Utah State '68 Acquired: Traded by Chicago for 1971 2nd round draft pick (Willie Sojourner), 10/20/70. Departed: Waived, 7/7/71. 1970-71

GP

MIN

79 1629

FG

300

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

775 .387

FT

107

FTA Pct.

161 .665

REB

415

AST

211

Roy Hamilton

#23 6-2 180 b. 7/20/57 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 9/24/80. Departed: Waived, 10/13/80. 1980-81

GP

1

MIN

5

FG

1

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

3 .333

0

0 .000

FT

1

FTA Pct.

2 .500

REB

3

AST

0

PF-DQ

178-1

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

707

8.9

UCLA '79 PF-DQ

1-0

ST

0

BL

0

3

3.0

Maurice Harkless

#4 6-9 220 b. 5/11/93 St. John's '12 Acquired: Acquired from Orlando in exchange for a conditional 2020 2nd round pick, 7/14/15. Departed: Traded to the LA Clippers as part of a four-team trade that brought Hassan Whiteside to Portland from Miami and sent Meyers Leonard to Miami. GP

2015-16 78 2016-17 77 2017-18 59 2018-19 60 Portland 274

MIN

1457 2223 1264 1415 6359

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

195 411 314 624 147 297 189 388 845 1720

.474 39 .503 68 .495 49 .487 33 .491 189

140 194 118 120 572

.279 .351 .415 .275 .330

FT

69 77 42 49 237

FTA Pct.

111 124 59 73 367

REB

.622 280 .621 341 .712 162 .671 269 .646 1052

AST

67 88 53 74 282

Michael Harper

#32 6-10 215 b. 12/9/57 Acquired: Drafted 3rd round, 56th pick, 1980. Departed: Waived, 10/27/82. GP

MIN

1980-81 55 461 1981-82 68 1433 Portland 123 1894

FG

56 184 240

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

136 .412 370 .497 506 .474

0 0 0

3 .000 1 .000 4 .000

FT

37 96 133

FTA Pct.

85 .435 153 .627 238 .559

REB

93 339 432

AST

17 54 71

Antonio Harvey

#34 6-11 250 b. 4/6/70 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/31/99. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/01. 1999-00 2000-01 Portland

GP

19 12 31

MIN

137 72 209

FG

17 13 30

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

30 .567 28 .464 58 .517

0 0 0

0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

FT

7 5 12

FTA Pct.

12 .583 6 .833 18 .667

REB

33 14 47

AST

5 4 9

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

124-0 49 35 498 214-4 85 70 773 103-0 48 43 385 163-0 67 53 460 604-4 249 201 2116

Avg.

6.4 10.0 6.5 7.7 7.3

North Park '80 PF-DQ

73-0 229-7 302-7

ST

BL

23 20 55 82 78 102

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

149 464 613

2.7 6.8 5.0

Pfeiffer '93 PF-DQ

20-0 10-0 30-0

ST

1 1 2

BL

6 6 12

41 31 72

2.2 2.6 2.3

Steve Hawes

#10 6-9 220 b. 5/26/50 Washington '72 Acquired: Traded by Houston for John Johnson, 11/13/75. Departed: Traded with Geoff Petrie to Atlanta for 2nd pick (Maurice Lucas) in ABA Dispersal Draft, 8/5/76. 1975-76

GP

MIN

66 1360

FG

194

Gerald Henderson

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

390 .497

FT

87

FTA Pct.

120 .725

REB

479

AST

105

PF-DQ

163-4

ST

44

BL

25

PTS

475

Avg.

7.2

#9 6-5 215 b. 12/9/87 Duke '09 Acquired: Traded by Charlotte along with Noah Vonleh for Nicolas Batum, 6/24/15. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/16. 2015-16

162

GP

MIN

72 1431

FG

232

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

529 .439

48 136 .353

FT

112

FTA Pct.

146 .767

REB

211

AST

75

PF-DQ

87-0

ST

39

BL

19

PTS

624

Avg.

8.7


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Steve Henson

#12 6-1 180 b. 2/2/68 Kansas State '90 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 11/20/94. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/95. 1994-95

GP

37

MIN

380

FG

37

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

86 .430

23

52 .442

FT

22

FTA Pct.

25 .880

REB

26

AST

85

PF-DQ

52-1

ST

9

BL

0

PTS

119

Avg.

3.2

JJ Hickson

#21 6-9 239 b. 9/4/88 N.C State '08 Acquired: Claimed off waivers, 3/21/12; Signed as free agent, 7/13/12. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/13. 2011-12 2012-13 Portland

GP

MIN

19 600 80 2323 99 2923

FG

119 418 537

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

219 .543 744 .562 963 .558

0 0 0

1 .000 2 .000 3 .000

FT

49 182 231

FTA Pct.

76 .645 268 .679 344 .672

REB

158 828 986

AST

23 88 111

Sean Higgins

#19 6-9 215 b. 12/30/68 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/2/97. Departed: Waived, 11/14/97. 1997-98

GP

2

MIN

12

FG

0

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

5 .000

0

2 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

0

AST

0

PF-DQ

41-0 160-0 201-0

ST

12 48 60

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

18 287 51 1018 69 1305

15.1 12.7 13.2

Michigan '90 PF-DQ

3-0

ST

2

BL

0

0

0.0

Lionel Hollins

#14/9 6-3 185 b. 10/19/53 Arizona State '75 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 6th pick, 1975. Departed: Traded to Philadelphia for Cleveland’s 1981 1st round draft pick and cash, 2/8/80. (Draft pick traded to Chicago for Kelvin Ransey, 6/10/80). MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1891 311 738 .421 2224 452 1046 .432 2741 531 1202 .442 1967 402 886 .454 413 82 213 .385 9236 1778 4085 .435

— — — — 1 1

— — — — — — — — 10 .100 10 .100

FT

FTA Pct.

178 247 215 287 223 300 172 221 34 53 822 1108

.721 .749 .743 .778 .642 .742

REB

AST

PF-DQ

175 306 235-5 210 313 265-5 277 380 268-4 149 325 199-3 20 50 35-0 831 1374 1002-17

ST

BL

PTS

131 28 800 166 38 1119 157 29 1285 114 24 976 30 1 199 598 120 4379

Avg.

10.8 14.7 15.9 15.3 10.0 13.6

Michael Holton

#6 6-4 185 b. 8/4/61 UCLA '83 Acquired: Signed as free agent from Chicago, 7/31/86 (As compensation, Chicago received Portland’s 1992 2nd round draft pick). Departed: Selected by Charlotte in expansion draft, 6/23/88. GP

MIN

1986-87 58 479 1987-88 82 1279 Portland 140 1758

FG

70 163 233

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

171 .409 353 .462 524 .445

7 3 10

23 .304 15 .200 38 .263

FT

44 107 151

FTA Pct.

55 .800 129 .829 184 .821

REB

38 149 187

AST

73 211 284

Juwan Howard

#6 6-9 250 b. 2/7/73 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 9/17/09. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/10. 2009-10

GP

MIN

73 1632

FG

191

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

375 .509

0

1 .000

FT

55

FTA Pct.

70 .786

REB

335

AST

61

Darrall Imhoff

#35 6-10 235 b. 10/11/38 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 12/3/71. Departed: Retired in 1972. 1971-72

GP

40

MIN

404

FG

42

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

103 .408

FT

21

FTA Pct.

35 .600

REB

107

AST

50

PF-DQ

51-0 154-0 205-0

ST

16 41 57

BL

2 10 12

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

191 436 627

3.3 5.3 4.5

Michigan '94 PF-DQ

191-1

ST

27

BL

10

437

6.0

California '60 PF-DQ

76-2

ST

BL

105

2.6

Byron Irvin

#23 6-5 190 b. 12/2/66 Missouri '89 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 22nd pick, 1989. Departed: Traded with Portland's 1991 1st round draft pick (Pete Chillcut), Chicago's 1992 2nd round pick (Brett Roberts) and cash to Sacramento for Danny Ainge, 8/1/90. 1989-90

GP

50

MIN

488

FG

96

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

203 .473

5

14 .357

FT

61

FTA Pct.

91 .670

REB

74

AST

47

PF-DQ

40-0

ST

28

BL

1

PTS

258

Avg.

5.2

Jarrett Jack

#1 6-3 198 b. 10/28/83 Georgia Tech '05 Acquired: Traded by Denver to Portland for the draft rights to Linas Kleiza and Ricky Sanchez, 6/28/05. Departed: Traded to Indiana with Josh McRoberts, the draft rights to Brandon Rush and cash considerations in exchange for Ike Diogu and the draft rights to Jerryd Bayless, 7/9/08. GP

2005-06 79 2006-07 79 2007-08 82 Portland 240

MIN

1599 2651 2229 6479

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

189 428 320 705 267 620 776 1753

.422 20 76 .263 .454 63 180 .350 .431 65 190 .342 .443 148 446 .332

FT

128 243 215 586

FTA Pct.

160 279 248 687

.800 .871 .867 .853

REB

160 208 234 602

AST

219 417 313 949

Jaren Jackson

#21 6-6 200 b. 10/27/67 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 12/21/93. Departed: Waived, 10/31/94. 1993-94

GP

29

MIN

187

FG

34

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

87 .391

0

6 .000

FT

12

FTA Pct.

14 .857

REB

17

AST

27

PF-DQ

ST

138-0 41 202-0 86 129-0 61 469-0 188

BL

PTS

2 526 9 946 1 814 12 2286

Avg.

6.7 12.0 9.9 9.5

Georgetown '89 PF-DQ

20-0

ST

4

BL

2

PTS

80

Avg.

2.8

Jim Jackson

#19 6-6 220 b. 10/14/70 Ohio State '92 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/2/99. Departed: Traded to Atlanta with Isaiah Rider for Steve Smith and Ed Gray, 8/2/99. 1998-99

GP

MIN

49 1175

FG

152

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

370 .411

25

90 .278

FT

85

FTA Pct.

101 .842

REB

159

AST

128

PF-DQ

80-0

ST

43

BL

6

PTS

414

trailblazers.com

Avg.

8.4

163

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GP

1975-76 74 1976-77 76 1977-78 81 1978-79 64 1979-80 20 Portland 315


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Abdul Jeelani

#11 6-8 210 b. 2/10/54 Wis.-Parkside '76 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 8/21/79. Departed: Selected by Dallas in expansion draft, 5/28/80. 1979-80

GP

MIN

77 1286

FG

288

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

565 .510

0

6 .000

FT

161

FTA Pct.

204 .789

REB

270

AST

95

PF-DQ

155-0

ST

40

BL

40

PTS

737

Avg.

9.6

Jared Jeffries

#1 6-11 240 b. 11/25/81 Indiana '02 Acquired: Acquired from New York with Dan Gadzuric, Georgios Printezis, Kostas Papanikolaou, a future second round pick and cash considerations in exchange for Raymond Felton and Kurt Thomas, 7/16/12. Departed: Waived, 4/18/13. 2012-13

GP

38

MIN

350

FG

16

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

54 .296

0

2 .000

FT

12

FTA Pct.

23 .522

REB

60

AST

14

Armon Johnson

#1 6-3 175 b. 2/23/89 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 34th pick, 2010. Departed: Waived, 2/27/12. 2010-11 2011-12 Portland

GP

38 1 39

MIN

277 5 282

FG

46 1 47

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

101 .455 11.000 102 .461

5 0 5

12 .417 0 --12 .417

FT

13 0 13

FTA Pct.

22 .591 0 --22 .591

REB

36 1 37

AST

45 0 45

Chris Johnson

#17 6-11 210 b. 7/17/85 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 3/14/11. Departed: Waived, 3/15/12. 2010-11 2011-12 Portland

GP

10 20 30

MIN

106 93 199

FG

7 11 18

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

18 .389 23 .478 41 .439

0 0 0

0 0 0

-------

FT

13 10 23

FTA Pct.

18 .722 12 .833 30 .767

REB

27 18 45

AST

2 1 3

PF-DQ

58-0

ST

6

BL

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

6

44

1.2

Nevada '10 PF-DQ

31-0 0-0 31-0

ST

5 1 6

1 0 1

110 2 112

2.9 2.0 2.9

LSU '10 PF-DQ

18-0 20-0 38-0

ST

3 1 4

6 8 14

27 32 59

2.7 1.6 2.0

Clemon Johnson

#44 6-10 240 b. 9/12/56 Florida A&M '78 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 44th pick, 1978.Departed: Traded to Indiana for New Jersey’s 1981 2nd round draft pick, 10/9/79. 1978-79

GP

74

MIN

794

FG

102

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

217 .470

FT

36

FTA Pct.

74 .486

REB

226

AST

78

Dave Johnson

#4 6-7 210 b. 11/16/70 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 26th pick, 1992. Departed: Waived, 11/3/93 1992-93

GP

42

MIN

356

FG

57

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

149 .383

3

14 .214

FT

40

FTA Pct.

59 .678

REB

48

AST

13

PF-DQ

121-1

ST

23

BL

36

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

240

3.2

Syracuse '92 PF-DQ

23-0

ST

8

BL

1

157

3.7

John Johnson

#27 6-7 200 b. 10/18/47 Iowa '70 Acquired: Traded by Cleveland with Rick Roberson and Los Angeles’ 1973 1st round draft pick (Barry Parkhill) for 1973 1st round draft pick (Jim Brewer) and 1973 3rd round draft pick (Jim O’Brien), 4/24/73. Departed: Traded to Houston for Steve Hawes, 11/13/75. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1973-74 69 2287 459 990 .464 1974-75 80 2540 527 1082 .487 1975-76 9 212 41 88 .466 Portland 158 5039 1027 2160 .475

— — — —

— — — —

— — — —

FT

212 236 23 471

FTA Pct.

261 301 27 589

REB

.812 515 .784 501 .852 40 .800 1056

AST

284 240 20 544

PF-DQ

ST

221-1 69 249-3 75 31-0 7 501-4 151

BL

PTS

29 1130 39 1290 8 107 76 2527

Avg.

16.4 16.1 11.7 16.0

Ken Johnson

#00 6-8 250 b. 11/7/62 Michigan State '85 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 28th pick by Chicago, 1985, and traded to Portland with rights to Ben Coleman for Mike Smrek. Departed: Waived, 11/11/87. 1985-86

GP

64

MIN

815

FG

113

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

214 .528

0

0 .000

FT

37

FTA Pct.

85 .435

REB

243

AST

19

PF-DQ

147-1

ST

13

BL

22

PTS

263

Avg.

4.1

Ollie Johnson

#44 6-6 200 b. 5/11/49 Temple '72 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 30th pick, 1972. Departed: Selected by New Orleans in expansion draft, 5/20/74. GP

MIN

1972-73 78 2138 1973-74 79 1718 Portland 157 3856

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

308 620 .497 209 434 .482 517 1054 .491

— — —

— — —

— — —

FT

156 77 233

FTA Pct.

206 .757 94 .819 300 .777

REB

417 324 741

AST

200 167 367

PF-DQ

166-0 179-2 345-2

ST

— 60 60

BL

PTS

— 772 30 495 30 1267

Avg.

9.9 6.3 8.1

Steve Johnson

#33 6-10 235 b. 11/3/57 Oregon State '81 Acquired: Traded by San Antonio for Mychal Thompson and the rights to Larry Krystkowiak, 6/19/86. Departed: Selected by Minnesota in expansion draft, 6/15/89. GP

1986-87 79 1987-88 43 1988-89 72 Portland 194

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2345 494 889 1050 258 488 1477 296 565 4872 1048 1942

.556 .529 .524 .540

0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1

.000 .000 .000 .000

FT

342 146 129 617

FTA Pct.

490 249 245 984

REB

.698 566 .586 242 .527 358 .627 1166

AST

Nate Johnston

#33 6-8 210 b. 12/18/66 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 1/8/90. Departed: Waived, 6/29/90 1989-90

164

GP

15

MIN

74

FG

14

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

37 .378

0

3 .000

FT

7

FTA Pct.

11 .636

REB

21

PF-DQ

155 340-16 57 151-4 105 254-3 317 745-23

AST

1

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

49 76 1330 17 32 662 20 44 721 86 152 2713

16.8 15.4 10.0 14.0

Tampa '88 PF-DQ

11-0

ST

3

BL

3

35

2.3


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS

JIM PAXSON - 1979-1988

MYCHAL THOMPSON - 1978-1986

First Trail Blazer to score 10,000 career points

Averaged 16.8 points, 8.9 rebounds with Portland

#27 6-11 225 b. 8/4/50 Albany State '73 Acquired: Signed as free agent from Chicago, 10/1/85. As compensation, Chicago received Portland’s 1987 2nd round draft pick (Winston Garland). Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/89. GP

1985-86 80 1986-87 78 1987-88 79 1988-89 72 Portland 309

MIN

1437 1578 1778 1279 6072

FG

126 111 128 77 442

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

254 224 263 183 924

.496 .496 .487 .421 .478

0 0 0 0 0

7 2 4 1 14

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT

124 97 78 48 347

FTA Pct.

150 124 106 61 441

REB

.827 355 .782 455 .736 408 .787 300 .787 1518

AST

74 64 81 59 278

Charles Jones

#8 6-8 215 b. 1/12/62 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 4/16/87. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/88. 1987-88

GP

37

MIN

186

FG

16

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

40 .400

0

1 .000

FT

19

FTA Pct.

33 .576

REB

31

AST

8

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

244-2 38 61 376 227-5 23 77 319 251-0 29 99 334 166-0 24 85 202 888-7 114 322 1231

4.7 4.1 4.2 2.8 4.0

Louisville '84 PF-DQ

28-0

ST

3

BL

6

51

1.4

Freddy Jones

#0 6-2 225 b. 3/11/79 Oregon '02 Acquired: Traded with future considerations by Toronto in exchange for Juan Dixon, 2/22/07. Departed: Traded with Zach Randolph and Dan Dickau to New York in exchange for Channing Frye and Steve Francis, 6/28/07. 2006-07

GP

24

MIN

449

FG

43

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

112 .384

7

27 .259

FT

22

FTA Pct.

26 .846

REB

33

AST

53

PF-DQ

41-1

ST

18

BL

4

PTS

115

Avg.

4.8

James Jones

#33 6-8 220 b. 10/4/80 Miami (FL) '03 Acquired: Traded by Phoenix with the draft rights to Rudy Fernandez for cash considerations, 7/11/07. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/08. 2007-08

GP

MIN

58 1276

FG

143

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

327 .437

91 205 .444

FT

86

FTA Pct.

98 .878

REB

161

AST

34

PF-DQ

96-0

ST

24

BL

15

PTS

463

Avg.

8.0

Robin Jones

#34 6-9 225 b. 2/2/54 St. Louis '75 Acquired: Signed as a free agent 8/11/76. Departed: Traded, with cash, to Houston for Tom Owens, 8/10/77. 1976-77

GP

MIN

63 1065

FG

139

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

299 .465

---

---

---

FT

66

FTA Pct.

109 .606

REB

296

AST

80

PF-DQ

124-3

ST

37

BL

38

PTS

344

Avg.

5.5

Steve Jones

#23 6-5 205 b. 10/17/42 Oregon '64 Acquired: Traded by Golden State for 1976 6th round draft pick (Dwayne Barnett), 10/23/75. Departed: Waived, 9/30/76. 1975-76

GP

64

MIN

819

FG

168

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

380 .442

---

---

---

FT

78

FTA Pct.

94 .830

REB

75

AST

63

Eddie Jordan

#5 6-1 170 b. 1/29/55 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 1/3/84. Departed: Waived, 2/5/84. 1983-84

GP

MIN

FG

13

183

13

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

41 .317

0

3 .000

PF-DQ

96-0

ST

17

BL

6

PTS

Avg.

414

6.5

Rutgers '77

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

7

10 .700

13

39

32-0

21

0

33

2.5

trailblazers.com

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HISTORY

Caldwell Jones


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Reggie Jordan

#31 6-4 190 b. 1/26/68 New Mexico State '91 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/30/96. Departed: Traded to Detroit (along with Randolph Childress and Aaron McKie) for Stacey Augmon, 1/24/97 1996-97

GP

MIN

FG

9

99

8

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

16 .500

0

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

4

10 .400

23

11

13-0

5

3

20

2.2

0 .000

Jeff Judkins

#22 6-6 185 b. 3/23/56 Utah '78 Acquired: Traded from Detroit for 1984 3rd round draft pick (Tim Kearney), 8/22/82. Departed: Waived, 3/22/83. 1982-83

GP

34

MIN

FG

309

39

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

88 .443

2

8 .250

FT

25

FTA Pct.

30 .833

REB

43

AST

17

PF-DQ

39-0

ST

15

BL

PTS

2

105

Avg.

3.1

Chris Kaman

#35 7-0 265 b. 4/28/82 Central Michigan '03 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/10/14. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/16. 2014-15 2015-16 Portland

GP

MIN

74 1398 16 112 90 1510

FG

283 20 303

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

549 .515 43 .465 592 .512

0 1 1

0 — 4 .250 4 .250

FT

72 3 75

FTA Pct.

102 .706 31.000 105 .714

REB

484 24 508

AST

65 11 76

PF-DQ

140-1 15-0 155-1

ST

18 1 19

BL

54 1 55

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

638 44 682

8.6 2.8 7.6

Enes Kanter

#00 6-11 250 b. 5/20/92 Kentucky '11 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 2/13/19. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/19. 2018-19

GP

23

MIN

512

FG

124

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

215 .577

3

12 .250

FT

50

FTA Pct.

68 .735

REB

198

AST

32

PF-DQ

61-0

ST

14

BL

9

301

13.1

Shawn Kemp

#40 6-10 280 b. 11/26/69 Concord HS (IN) Acquired: Acquired in a three-way trade from Cleveland that sent Brian Grant to Miami and Gary Grant to Cleveland, 8/30/00. Departed: Waived, 8/20/02. GP

MIN

2000-01 68 1083 2001-02 75 1232 Portland 143 2315

FG

168 175 343

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

413 .407 407 .430 820 .418

4 0 4

11 .364 4 .000 15 .267

FT

FTA Pct.

101 104 205

131 .771 131 .794 262 .782

REB

AST

259 288 547

PF-DQ

65 52 117

184-3 184-1 368-4

ST

45 43 88

BL

23 33 56

PTS Avg.

441 454 895

6.5 6.1 6.3

Steve Kerr

#4 6-3 180 b. 9/27/65 Arizona '88 Acquired: Traded from San Antonio with Derek Anderson for Steve Smith, 7/25/01. Departed: Traded with Erick Barkley and a 2nd round pick to San Antonio for Antonio Daniels, Amal McCaskill and Charles Smith, 8/5/02. 2001-02

GP

65

MIN

775

FG

102

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

217 .470

26

66 .394

FT

39

FTA Pct.

40 .975

REB

60

AST

63

PF-DQ

49-0

ST

13

BL

1

PTS

269

Avg.

4.1

Jerome Kersey

#25 6-7 225 b. 6/26/62 Longwood College '84 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 46th pick, 1984. Departed: Selected by Toronto in 1995 Expansion draft. GP

1984-85 77 1985-86 79 1986-87 82 1987-88 79 1988-89 76 1989-90 82 1990-91 73 1991-92 77 1992-93 65 1993-94 78 1994-95 63 Portland 831

MIN

FG

958 178 1217 258 2088 373 2888 611 2716 533 2483 519 2359 424 2553 398 1719 281 1276 203 1143 203 21400 3981

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

372 470 733 1225 1137 1085 887 852 642 469 489 8361

.478 .549 .509 .499 .469 .478 .478 .467 .438 .433 .415 .476

0 3 0 6 1 23 3 15 6 21 3 20 4 13 1 8 8 28 1 8 7 27 34 172

FT

FTA Pct.

.000 117 181 .000 156 229 .043 262 364 .200 291 396 .286 258 372 .150 269 390 .308 232 327 .125 174 262 .286 116 183 .125 101 135 .259 95 124 .198 2071 2963

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

.646 206 63 147-1 49 29 .681 293 83 208-2 85 32 .720 496 194 328-5 122 77 .735 657 243 302-8 127 65 .694 629 243 277-6 137 84 .690 690 188 304-7 121 63 .709 481 227 251-4 101 76 .664 633 243 254-1 114 71 .634 406 121 181-2 80 41 .748 331 75 213-1 71 48 .766 256 82 173-1 52 35 .699 5078 1762 2638-38 1059 621

PTS

473 672 1009 1516 1330 1310 1084 971 686 508 508 10067

Avg.

6.1 8.5 12.3 19.2 17.5 16.0 14.8 12.6 10.6 6.5 8.1 12.1

Viktor Khryapa

#38 6-9 210 b. 8/3/82 Russia Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 22nd pick, 2004. Departed: Traded to Chicago with draft rights to Tyrus Thomas for draft rights to LaMarcus Aldridge and a future second-round draft pick, 6/28/06. GP

MIN

2004-05 32 523 2005-06 69 1492 Portland 101 2015

FG

54 158 212

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

124 .435 342 .462 466 .455

4 10 14

11 .364 30 .333 41 .341

FT

23 77 100

FTA Pct.

42 .548 111 .694 153 .654

REB

108 307 415

AST

25 88 113

PF-DQ

80-0 209-7 289-7

ST

20 50 70

BL

18 29 47

PTS

135 403 538

Avg.

4.2 5.8 5.3

Joe Kleine

#35 7-1 271 b. 1/4/62 Arkansas '85 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 10/6/99. Departed: Traded to Indiana with Jermaine O'Neal for Dale Davis, 9/1/00. 1999-00

GP

7

MIN

31

FG

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

11 .364

0

0 .000

FT

3

FTA Pct.

31.000

REB

6

AST

2

Negele Knight

#11 6-1 182 b. 3/6/67 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/27/94. Departed: Waived, 12/18/94. 1994-95

166

GP

3

MIN

43

FG

7

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

15 .467

0

0 .000

FT

4

FTA Pct.

41.000

REB

3

PF-DQ

7-0

ST

1

BL

0

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

11

1.6

Dayton '90

AST

11

PF-DQ

5-0

ST

1

BL

0

18

6.0


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Ron Knight

#38 6-7 220 b. 8/4/47 Acquired: Drafted 5th round, 76th pick, 1970. Departed: Waived, 9/11/72. GP

MIN

1970-71 52 662 1971-72 49 483 Portland 101 1145

FG

99 112 211

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

230 .430 257 .436 487 .433

— — —

— — —

— — —

FT

19 31 50

FTA Pct.

38 .500 62 .500 100 .500

REB

167 116 283

Los Angeles State '70

AST

50 33 83

PF-DQ

99-1 52-0 151-1

ST

— — —

BL

— — —

PTS

217 255 472

Avg.

4.2 5.2 4.7

Kevin Kunnert

#44 7-0 231 b. 11/11/51 Iowa '73 Acquired: Awarded to Portland from San Diego with Kermit Washington, a 1980 1st round draft pick (pick traded to New Jersey for Calvin Natt) and cash for San Diego’s signing of veteran free agent Bill Walton, 9/18/79. Departed: Retired, 1982. 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 Portland

GP

MIN

18 302 55 842 21 237 94 1381

FG

50 101 20 171

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

114 216 48 378

.439 .468 .417 .452

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

.000 .000 .000 .000

FT

26 42 9 77

FTA Pct.

43 54 17 114

.605 .778 .529 .675

REB

112 287 66 465

AST

29 67 18 114

PF-DQ

59-1 143-1 51-1 253-3

ST

7 17 3 27

BL

22 32 6 60

PTS

126 244 49 419

Avg.

7.0 4.4 2.3 4.5

Raef LaFrentz

#9 6-11 240 b. 5/29/76 Kansas '98 Acquired: Traded by Boston with Dan Dickau and the draft rights to Randy Foye for Sebastian Telfair, Theo Ratliff and a 2008 2nd round pick, 6/28/06. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/09. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

27 352 39 102 .382 39 291 27 61 .443 DNP - Right Shoulder 66 643 66 163 .405

2 0

23 .087 4 .000

2

27 .074

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

31

45 .689

137

14

116-2

19

28

165

2.5

PTS

Avg.

20 11

26 .769 19 .579

70 67

8 6

Jeff Lamp

#3 6-6 193 b. 3/9/59 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 15th pick, 1981. Departed: Waived, 6/21/84. GP

MIN

1981-82 54 617 1982-83 59 690 1983-84 64 660 Portland 177 1967

FG

100 107 128 335

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

196 252 261 709

.510 .425 .490 .472

0 1 2 3

1 6 13 20

.000 .167 .154 .150

FT

50 42 60 152

FTA Pct.

61 52 67 180

.820 .808 .896 .844

REB

64 76 63 203

57-2 59-0

7 12

11 17

100 65

3.7 1.7

Virginia '81

AST

28 58 51 137

PF-DQ

83-0 67-0 67-0 217-0

ST

16 20 22 58

BL

1 3 4 8

250 257 318 825

4.6 4.4 5.0 4.7

Jake Layman

#10 6-9 215 b. 3/7/94 Maryland '16 Acquired: Acquired in a draft night trade from Orlando in exchange for a 2019 2nd round pick and cash, 6/24/16. Departed: Traded to Minnesota in a sign-and-trade in exchange for the draft rights to Bojan Dubljevic, 7/8/19. GP

MIN

2016-17 35 249 2017-18 35 160 2018-19 71 1327 Portland 141 1736

FG

26 14 216 256

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

89 47 424 560

.292 .298 .509 .457

13 51 .255 4 20 .200 59 181 .326 76 252 .302

FT

13 2 50 65

FTA Pct.

17 3 71 91

.765 .667 .704 .714

REB

24 16 217 257

AST

11 11 53 75

Dennis Layton

#12 6-1 180 b. 12/24/48 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/1/73. Departed: Waived, 12/1/73. 1973-74

GP

22

MIN

FG

327

55

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

112 .491

FT

14

FTA Pct.

26 .538

REB

33

AST

51

Greg Lee

#42 6-3 191 b. 12/12/51 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/7/75. Departed: Waived, 11/11/75. 1975-76

GP

5

MIN

FG

35

2

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

4 .500

FT FTA

2

Pct.

2 1.000

REB

2

AST

11

PF-DQ

22-0 13-0 116-0 151-0

ST

9 6 31 46

BL

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

3 4 30 37

78 34 541 653

2.2 1.0 7.6 4.6

USC '71 PF-DQ

45-0

ST

9

1

124

5.6

UCLA '74 PF-DQ

6-0

ST

2

BL

0

6

1.2

Voshon Lenard

#0 6-4 205 b. 5/14/73 Minnesota '95 Acquired: Traded by Denver for Ruben Patterson and Charles Smith in a four-team, nine-player trade, 2/23/06. Departed: Free agent in 2006. 2005-06

GP

14

MIN

220

FG

33

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

88 .375

15

43 .349

FT

11

FTA Pct.

18 .611

REB

19

AST

23

PF-DQ

18-0

ST

13

BL

2

PTS

92

Avg.

6.6

Meyers Leonard

#11 7-1 255 b. 2/27/92 Illinois '12 Acquired: Drafted from Illinois, 1st round, 11th pick, 2012. Departed: Traded to Miami in a four-team trade that brought Hassan Whiteside to Portland from Miami and sent Maurice Harkless to the LA Clippers. GP

2012-13 69 2013-14 40 2014-15 55 2015-16 61 2016-17 74 2017-18 33 2018-19 61 Portland 393

MIN

1206 355 847 1333 1222 254 878 6095

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

151 277 41 91 125 245 195 435 146 378 46 78 132 242 836 1746

.545 3 .451 0 .510 47 .448 86 .386 74 .590 11 .545 50 .479 271

7 6 112 228 213 26 111 703

.429 .000 .420 .377 .347 .423 .450 .385

FT

72 16 30 35 35 9 43 240

FTA Pct.

89 21 32 46 40 11 51 290

REB

.809 255 .762 111 .938 250 .761 314 .875 237 .818 70 .843 233 .828 1470

AST

33 18 32 92 71 17 75 338

PF-DQ

168-0 76-0 113-0 183-3 172-1 36-0 105-0 853-4

ST

BL

PTS

11 38 377 7 5 98 10 14 327 8 18 511 13 28 401 7 0 112 13 9 357 69 112 2183

trailblazers.com

Avg.

5.5 2.5 5.9 8.4 5.4 3.4 5.9 5.6

167

HISTORY

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Portland


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Lafayette Lever

#12 6-3 175 b. 8/16/60 Arizona State '82 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 11th pick, 1982. Departed: Traded with Wayne Cooper, Calvin Natt, a 1985 1st round draft pick (Blair Rasmussen) and a 1984 2nd round draft pick (Willie White) to Denver for Kiki Vandeweghe, 6/8/84. GP

MIN

1982-83 81 2020 1983-84 81 2010 Portland 162 4030

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

256 594 .431 313 701 .447 569 1295 .439

5 3 8

15 .333 15 .200 30 .267

FT

116 159 275

FTA Pct.

159 .730 214 .743 373 .737

REB

225 218 443

AST

426 372 798

Alton Lister

#53 7-0 245 b. 10/1/58 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/2/97. Departed: Waived, 2/2/99. 1997-98

GP

7

MIN

FG

44

3

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

8 .375

0

0 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

11

AST

1

PF-DQ

ST

179-2 153 178-1 135 357-3 288

BL

PTS

19 633 31 788 50 1421

Avg.

7.8 9.7 8.8

Arizona State '81 PF-DQ

12-0

ST

1

BL

1

PTS

6

Avg.

0.9

Robin Lopez

#42 7-0 265 b. 4/1/88 Stanford '08 Acquired: Traded by New Orleans with Terrel Harris in exchange for the draft rights to Jeff Withey, a future 2nd round pick and cash considerations, 7/10/13. Departed: Signed with New York as a free agent, 7/9/15. GP

MIN

2013-14 82 2603 2014-15 59 1638 Portland 141 4241

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

355 644 .551 234 437 .535 589 1081 .545

0 0 0

1 .000 1 .000 2 .000

FT

198 98 296

FTA Pct.

REB

242 .818 700 127 .772 394 369 .802 1094

AST

73 55 128

PF-DQ

196-2 122-0 318-2

ST

BL

PTS

25 139 908 16 84 566 41 223 1474

Avg.

11.1 9.6 10.5

Maurice Lucas

#20 6-9 218 b. 2/18/52 Marquette '74 Acquired: Drafted from Kentucky 1st round, 2nd selection, 1976 ABA Dispersal Draft. Departed: Traded with two 1st round draft picks—San Diego’s 1980 (Mike Gminski) and Golden State’s 1981 (Albert King) to New Jersey for Calvin Natt, 2/8/80. Acquired: Traded from Seattle to Portland for 1990 2nd round draft pick (Abdul Shaamsid-Deen). Departed: Retired, 1988. GP

1976-77 79 1977-78 68 1978-79 69 1979-80 41 1987-88 73 Portland 330

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2863 632 1357 .466 2119 453 989 .458 2462 568 1208 .470 1176 243 552 .440 1191 168 373 .450 9811 2064 4479 .461

— — — 2 0 2

FT

FTA Pct.

— — 335 438 — — 207 270 — — 270 345 5 .400 100 137 3 .000 109 148 8 .125 1021 1338

REB

.765 899 .767 621 .783 716 .730 325 .736 315 .763 2876

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

229 294-6 83 56 173 221-3 61 56 215 254-3 66 81 125 141-2 23 35 94 188-0 33 10 836 1098-14 266 238

PTS

1599 1113 1406 588 445 5151

Avg.

20.2 16.4 20.4 14.3 6.1 15.6

Phil Lumpkin

#10 6-0 167 b. 12/20/51 Miami-Ohio '74 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 34th selection, 1974. Departed: Traded to Phoenix for Los Angeles’ 1976 2nd round draft pick, 6/9/75 (1976 2nd round pick traded for 1977 New Orleans 2nd round draft pick—Kim Anderson). 1974-75

GP

48

MIN

792

FG

86

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

190 .453

FT

30

FTA Pct.

39 .769

REB

59

AST

177

PF-DQ

80-1

ST

20

BL

3

PTS

202

Avg.

4.2

Jamaal Magloire

#21 6-11 265 b. 5/21/79 Kentucky '00 Acquired: Traded by Milwaukee for Steve Blake, Brian Skinner and Ha Seung-Jin, 7/31/06. Departed: Free agent in 2007. 2006-07

GP

MIN

81 1703

FG

199

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

395 .504

0

0

FT

131

FTA Pct.

242 .541

REB

492

AST

30

PF-DQ

226-0

ST

21

BL

66

PTS

529

Avg.

6.5

Ed Manning

#35 6-7 210 b. 1/2/44 Jackson State '67 Acquired: Selected from Chicago in expansion draft, 5/11/70. Departed: Waived, 9/14/71. 1970-71

GP

MIN

79 1558

FG

243

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

559 .435

FT

75

FTA Pct.

93 .806

REB

411

AST

111

PF-DQ

198-3

ST

BL

PTS

561

Avg.

7.1

Sean Marks

#4 6-10 250 b. 8/23/75 California '98 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 11/6/10. Departed: Traded to Charlotte (along with Joel Przybilla, Dante Cunningham and two conditional first round picks) for Gerald Wallace, 2/24/11. 2010-11

GP

29

MIN

208

FG

19

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

44 .432

2

21.000

FT

5

FTA Pct.

8 .625

REB

40

AST

4

Jim Marsh

#41 6-7 215 b. 4/26/46 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 7/16/71. Departed: Waived, 9/11/72. 1971-72

GP

39

MIN

375

FG

39

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

117 .333

FT

41

FTA Pct.

59 .695

REB

84

AST

30

PF-DQ

44-0

ST

3

BL

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

5

45

1.6

USC '68 PF-DQ

50-0

ST

119

3.1

Brian Martin

#21 6-9 212 b. 8/18/62 Kansas '84 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/24/86. Departed: Elected to play in Europe in 1986. 1985-86

GP

5

MIN

14

FG

2

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

5 .400

0

0 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

2 .000

REB

0

AST

0

PF-DQ

5-0

ST

0

BL

1

4

0.8

Fernando Martin

#10 6-10 238 b. 3/25/62, d. 12/3/89 Spain Acquired: Signed as free agent, 5/6/86. Departed: Elected to return to Spain following 1986-87 season. 1986-87

168

GP

24

MIN

146

FG

9

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

31 .290

0

1 .000

FT

4

FTA Pct.

11 .364

REB

28

AST

9

PF-DQ

24-0

ST

7

BL

1

PTS

22

Avg.

0.9


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS LaRue Martin

#35 6-11 210 b. 3/30/50 Loyola-Chicago '72 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 1st pick, 1972. Departed: Traded to Seattle, waived in 1976. GP

MIN

1972-73 77 996 1973-74 50 538 1974-75 81 1372 1975-76 63 889 Portland 271 3795

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

145 366 101 232 236 522 109 302 591 1422

.396 .435 .452 .361 .416

— — — — —

— — — — —

— — — — —

FT

50 42 99 57 248

FTA Pct.

77 66 142 77 362

REB

.649 358 .636 181 .697 408 .740 311 .685 1258

AST

PF-DQ

42 162-0 20 90-0 69 239-5 72 126-6 203 617-11

ST

— 7 33 6 46

BL

PTS

— 340 26 244 49 571 23 275 98 1430

Avg.

4.4 4.9 7.0 4.4 5.3

Wesley Matthews

#2 6-5 214 b. 10/14/86 Marquette '09 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/21/10. Departed: Signed with Dallas as a free agent, 7/9/15. GP

2010-11 82 2011-12 66 2012-13 69 2013-14 82 2014-15 60 Portland 359

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2758 440 979 .449 154 378 2228 314 763 .412 129 337 2403 352 808 .436 169 425 2780 445 1009 .441 201 511 2024 337 752 .448 173 445 12193 1888 4311 .438 826 2096

.407 .383 .398 .393 .389 .394

FT

FTA Pct.

266 315 147 171 149 187 252 301 109 145 923 1119

REB

.844 258 .860 224 .797 191 .837 289 .752 222 .825 1184

AST

164 113 174 197 139 787

Clyde Mayes

#22 6-9 225 b. 3/17/53 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/11/77. Departed: Waived, 2/22/77. 1976-77

GP

5

MIN

24

FG

2

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

9 .222

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

6

AST

0

PF-DQ

195-2 148-0 172-0 176-0 132-1 823-3

ST

102 96 90 76 77 441

BL

9 15 18 14 10 66

PTS

Avg.

1300 904 1022 1343 956 5525

15.9 13.7 14.8 16.4 15.9 15.4

PTS

Avg.

Furman '75 PF-DQ

5-0

ST

0

BL

0

4

0.8

Eric Maynor

#6 6-3 175 b. 6/11/87 VCU '09 Acquired: Acquired from Oklahoma City in exchange for the draft rights to Georgios Printezis, 2/21/13. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/13. GP

27

MIN

572

FG

70

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

166 .422

19

50 .380

FT

28

FTA Pct.

41 .683

REB

28

AST

109

Willie McCarter

#17 6-3 175 b. 7/26/46 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/4/71. Departed: Waived, 2/1/72. 1971-72

GP

39

MIN

612

FG

103

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

257 .401

FT

37

FTA Pct.

55 .673

REB

43

AST

85

PF-DQ

36-0

ST

12

BL

1

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

187

6.9

Drake '69 PF-DQ

58-0

ST

BL

243

6.2

Hank McDowell

#7 6-9 214 b. 11/13/59 Memphis State '81 Acquired: Claimed on waivers from Golden State, 12/8/82. Departed: Traded to Indiana for 1986 3rd round draft pick (Juden Smith), 10/7/83. 1982-83

GP

MIN

FG

42

375

45

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

97 .464

0

2 .000

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

33

43 .767

89

20

58-0

6

7

123

2.9

Jeff McInnis

#5 6-4 179 b. 10/24/74 North Carolina '97 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/14/02. Departed: Traded with Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje to Cleveland in exchange for Darius Miles, 1/21/04. GP

MIN

2002-03 75 1311 2003-04 39 1269 Portland 114 2580

FG

188 196 384

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

423 .444 416 .471 839 .458

6 15 21

35 .171 47 .319 82 .256

FT

50 58 108

FTA Pct.

67 .746 76 .763 143 .755

REB AST

97 170 94 196 191 366

PF-DQ

ST

117-1 94-2 211-3

21 36 57

BL

2 2 4

PTS

432 465 897

Avg.

5.8 11.9 7.9

Aaron McKie

#23 6-5 209 b. 10/2/62 Temple '94 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 17th pick, 1994. Departed: Traded to Detroit with Randolph Childress and Reggie Jordan for Stacey Augmon, 1/24/97. GP

MIN

1994-95 45 827 1995-96 81 2259 1996-97 41 775 Portland 167 3861

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

116 261 337 722 53 156 506 1139

.444 .467 .340 .444

11 28 .393 38 117 .325 23 55 .418 72 200 .360

FT

50 152 41 243

FTA Pct.

73 199 49 321

.685 .764 .837 .757

REB AST

129 89 304 204 93 84 526 377

PF-DQ

ST

97-1 205-5 61-1 363-7

36 92 34 162

BL

PTS

16 293 29 864 15 170 60 1327

Avg.

6.5 10.7 4.1 7.9

Stan McKenzie

#40 6-5 210 b. 10/6/44 New York U. '66 Acquired: Selected from Phoenix in expansion draft, 5/11/70. Departed: Traded to Houston for Greg Smith, 10/27/72. GP

MIN

1970-71 82 2290 1971-72 82 2036 1972-73 7 107 Portland 171 4433

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

398 902 410 834 13 36 821 1772

.441 .492 .361 .463

— — — —

— — — —

— — — —

FT

331 315 14 660

FTA Pct.

396 379 16 791

.836 .831 .875 .834

REB

309 272 21 602

AST

235 148 8 391

PF-DQ

238-2 240-2 15-0 493-4

ST

— — — —

BL

PTS

— 1127 — 1135 — 40 — 2302

Avg.

13.7 13.8 5.7 13.5

Jim McMillian

#5 6-5 220 b. 3/11/48 Columbia '70 Acquired: Signed as veteran free agent, 12/15/78; New York received as compensation 1979 2nd round draft pick (Kim Goetz). Departed: Waived, 2/17/79. 1978-79

GP

23

MIN

278

FG

33

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

74 .446

FT

17

FTA Pct.

21 .810

REB

39

AST

33

PF-DQ

18-0

ST

10

BL

3

PTS

trailblazers.com

83

Avg.

3.6

169

HISTORY

2012-13


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Josh McRoberts

#4 6-10 240 b. 2/28/87 Duke '07 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 37th selection, 2007. Departed: Traded to Indiana with Jarrett Jack, the draft rights to Brandon Rush and cash considerations in exchange for Ike Diogu and the draft rights to Jerryd Bayless, 7/9/08. 2007-08

GP

8

MIN

28

FG

6

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

10 .600

0

1 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0

---

REB

10

AST

2

PF-DQ

1-0

ST

1

BL

0

PTS

12

Avg.

1.5

Darius Miles

#23 6-9 235 b. 10/9/81 East St. Louis HS (Ill.) Acquired: Traded by Cleveland to Portland for Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje and Jeff McInnis, 1/21/04.Departed: Waived, 4/14/08. GP

MIN

FG

2003-04 42 1191 222 2004-05 63 1699 336 2005-06 40 1286 235 2006-07 DNP-Right Knee 2007-08 DNP-Right Knee Portland 145 4176 793

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

422 .526 697 .482 510 .461

2 8 2

10 .200 23 .348 10 .200

85 129 87

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

PTS

Avg.

1629 .487

12

43 .279

301

499 .603

673

284

373-1 159 151 1899

13.1

121 .702 215 .600 163 .534

192 299 182

82 129 73

84-0 189-0 100-1

ST

42 75 42

BL

34 78 39

531 809 559

12.6 12.8 14.0

Andre Miller

#24 6-2 200 b. 3/19/76 Utah '99 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 24, 2009. Departed: Traded to Denver for Raymond Felton, with Rudy Fernandez and Petteri Koponen going to Dallas as part of a three-team trade, 6/23/11. GP

MIN

2009-10 82 2500 2010-11 81 2650 Portland 163 5150

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

404 908 .445 388 844 .460 792 1752 .452

16 80 .200 4 37 .108 20 117 .171

FT

322 249 571

FTA Pct.

392 .821 292 .853 684 .835

REB

AST

266 445 302 566 568 1011

PF-DQ

ST

169-1 93 171-0 114 340-1 207

BL

PTS

9 1146 12 1029 21 2175

Avg.

14.0 12.7 13.3

Patty Mills

#8 6-0 175 b. 8/11/88 St. Mary's (CA) '09 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 55th selection, 2009. Departed: Free agent in 2010. Acquired: Signed as free agent, 9/24/10. 2009-10 2010-11 Portland

GP

10 64 74

MIN

38 783 821

FG

10 135 145

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

24 .417 328 .412 352 .412

2 4 .500 47 133 .353 49 137 .358

FT

4 36 40

FTA Pct.

7 .571 47 .766 54 .741

REB

2 51 53

AST

5 109 114

PF-DQ

6-0 63-0 69-0

ST

0 27 27

BL

0 1 1

PTS

26 353 379

Avg.

2.6 5.5 5.1

Sergei Monia

#12 6-8 216 b. 4/15/83 Russia Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 23rd pick, 2004. Departed: Traded to Sacramento as part of a four-team, nine-player deal, 2/23/06. 2005-06

GP

23

MIN

336

FG

29

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

85 .341

9

33 .273

FT

8

FTA Pct.

12 .667

REB

51

AST

19

Luis Montero

#44 6-7 200 b. 4/6/93 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/9/15. Departed: Waived, 10/15/16 2015-16

GP

12

MIN

42

FG

5

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

19 .263

1

9 .111

FT

3

FTA Pct.

4 .750

REB

4

AST

1

#34 6-5 232 b. 7/29/64 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 17th pick, 1987. Departed: Waived, 12/7/88. GP

18

MIN

89

FG

14

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

49 .286

1

4 .250

FT

7

FTA Pct.

11 .636

REB

11

41-0

ST

6

BL

5

PTS

75

Avg.

3.3

Westchester C.C. '14

Ronnie Murphy 1987-88

PF-DQ

AST

6

PF-DQ

1-0

ST

0

BL

0

PTS

14

Avg.

1.2

Jacksonville '87 PF-DQ

14-0

ST

5

BL

1

PTS

36

Avg.

2.0

Tracy Murray

#31 6-7 228 b. 7/25/71 UCLA '93 Acquired: Traded by Milwaukee for Alaa Abdelnaby, 7/1/92. Departed: Traded to Houston with Clyde Drexler for Otis Thorpe, draft rights to Marcelo Nicola and a 1995 1st round draft pick, 2/14/95. Draft pick traded to Detroit (Randolph Childress) for 1st round pick (Shawn Respert). Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/29/03. Departed: Waived, 11/21/03. GP

MIN

1992-93 48 495 1993-94 65 820 1994-95 29 313 2003-04 7 35 Portland 149 1663

FG

108 167 63 3 341

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

260 355 153 12 780

.415 .470 .412 .250 .437

21 70 .300 50 109 .459 16 41 .390 2 5 .400 89 225 .396

FT

35 50 28 0 113

FTA Pct.

40 72 34 1 147

.875 .694 .824 .000 .769

REB

83 111 37 5 236

AST

11 31 14 1 57

PF-DQ

59-0 76-0 42-0 3-0 180-0

ST

8 21 7 1 37

BL

5 20 1 0 26

PTS

272 434 170 8 884

Avg.

5.7 6.7 5.9 1.1 5.9

Dorie Murrey

#41 6-8 215 b. 9/7/43 Detroit '66 Acquired: Selected from Seattle in expansion draft, 5/11/70. Departed: Traded to Baltimore for 1971 2nd round draft pick (Rick Fisher), 10/22/70. 1970-71

GP

2

MIN

20

FG

1

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

6 .167

FT

9

FTA Pct.

11 .818

REB

7

AST

1

PF-DQ

3-0

ST

BL

PTS

11

Avg.

5.5

Shabazz Napier

#6 6-1 175 b. 7/14/91 Connecticut '14 Acquired: Acquired from the Orlando Magic in exchange for cash considerations, 7/7/16. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/18. GP

MIN

2016-17 53 512 2017-18 74 1535 Portland 127 2047

170

FG

73 223 296

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

183 .399 34 92 .370 531 .420 82 218 .376 714 .415 116 310 .374

FT

38 116 154

FTA Pct.

49 .776 138 .841 187 .824

REB

61 170 231

AST

67 150 217

PF-DQ

ST

38-0 32 84-0 81 122-0 113

BL

2 14 16

PTS

218 644 862

Avg.

4.1 8.7 6.8


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Calvin Natt

#33 6-6 220 b. 1/8/57 NE Louisiana '79 Acquired: Traded by New Jersey for Maurice Lucas and two 1st round draft picks (San Diego’s 1980—Mike Gminski and Golden State’s 1981—Albert King), 2/8/80. Departed: Traded to Denver with Lafayette Lever, Wayne Cooper, 1985 1st round draft pick (Blair Rassmussen) and 1984 2nd round draft pick (Willie White) for Kiki Vandeweghe, 6/8/84. GP

1979-80 25 1980-81 74 1981-82 75 1982-83 80 1983-84 79 Portland 333

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

811 201 419 .480 2111 395 794 .497 2599 515 894 .576 2879 644 1187 .543 2638 500 857 .583 11038 2255 4151 .543

2 4 2 3 2 13

4 8 8 20 17 57

FT

FTA Pct.

.500 107 139 .500 200 283 .250 294 392 .150 339 428 .118 275 345 .228 1215 1587

REB

.770 178 .707 431 .750 613 .792 599 .797 476 .766 2297

AST

57 159 150 171 179 716

Craig Neal

#10 6-5 165 b. 2/16/64 Acquired: Drafted 3rd round, 71st pick, 1988. Departed: Waived, 1/11/89. 1988-89

GP

21

MIN

FG

159

11

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

35 .314

2

9 .222

FT

1

FTA Pct.

2 .500

REB

11

AST

32

PF-DQ

ST

BL

57-0 24 12 188-2 73 18 175-1 62 36 184-2 63 29 218-3 69 22 822-8 291 117

PTS

511 994 1326 1630 1277 5738

Avg.

20.4 13.4 17.7 20.4 16.2 17.2

Georgia Tech '88 PF-DQ

24-0

ST

9

BL

0

PTS

25

Avg.

1.2

Lloyd Neal

#36 6-7 225 b. 12/10/50 Tennessee State '72 Acquired: Drafted 3rd round, 31st pick, 1972. Departed: Retired in 1979 because of injury. MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2723 455 921 1517 246 502 2278 409 869 2320 435 904 955 160 340 1174 272 540 48 4 11 11015 1981 4087

.494 .490 .471 .481 .471 .504 .364 .485

— — — — — — — —

— — — — — — — —

— — — — — — — —

FT FTA

187 117 189 186 77 127 1 884

Pct.

293 168 295 268 114 177 1 1316

REB

.638 967 .696 494 .641 687 .694 585 .675 255 .718 373 1.000 9 .672 3370

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

146 305-6 — — 1097 89 190-0 45 73 609 139 239-2 43 87 1007 118 254-4 53 107 1056 58 148-0 8 35 397 81 128-0 29 21 671 1 7-0 0 1 9 632 1271-12 178 324 4846

Avg.

13.4 7.6 12.3 15.5 6.8 11.0 2.3 11.1

Ruben Nembhard

#9 6-3 215 b. 2/20/72 Weber State '95 Acquired: Signed as a free agent to a 10-day contract, 1/31/97; Signed to a second 10-day contract, 2/7/97. Departed: Not re-signed, 2/19/97. 1996-97

GP

2

MIN

FG

19

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

8 .500

0

2 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

0

AST

5

PF-DQ

3-0

ST

3

BL

0

PTS

8

Avg.

4.0

Audie Norris

#24 6-9 250 b. 12/18/60 Jackson State '82 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 37th pick, 1982. Departed: Elected to play in Europe, 1985. GP

MIN

1982-83 30 311 1983-84 79 1157 1984-85 78 1117 Portland 187 2585

FG

26 124 133 283

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

63 246 245 554

.413 .504 .543 .511

0 0 0 0

0 0 3 3

.000 .000 .000 .000

FT

14 104 135 253

FTA Pct.

30 149 203 382

Willie Norwood

.467 .698 .665 .662

#24 6-7 215 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 3/6/78. Departed: Waived, 5/3/78. 1977-78

GP

19

MIN

351

FG

40

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

99 .404

FT

30

REB

69 257 250 576

AST

24 76 47 147

b. 8/8/47

FTA Pct.

46 .652

REB

65

AST

19

#21 6-10 245 b. 3/21/75 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/25/10. Departed: Retired, 11/4/10. GP

5

MIN

45

FG

3

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

5 .600

FT

1

FTA Pct.

2 .500

REB

7

AST

0

Greg Oden

#52 7-0 270 b. 1/22/88 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 1st pick, 2007. Departed: Waived, 3/15/12. 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Portland

GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

DNP - Right Knee 61 1314 198 351 .564 21 502 92 152 .605 DNP - Left Knee DNP - Left Knee 82 1816 290 503 .577

61-0 231-2 221-7 513-9

ST

13 30 42 85

BL

2 34 33 69

PTS

66 352 401 819

Avg.

2.2 4.5 5.1 4.4

Alcorn A&M '69

Fabricio Oberto 2010-11

PF-DQ

PF-DQ

56-1

ST

18

BL

0

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

110

5.8

Argentina PF-DQ

10-0

ST

0

BL

0

7

5.8

Ohio State '07

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

0 0

0 0

-----

144 49

226 .637 64 .766

424 178

31 19

238-2 84-7

25 8

69 48

540 233

8.9 11.1

0

0

---

193

290 .666

602

50

322-9

33 117

773

9.4

Jermaine O'Neal

#5 6-11 226 b. 10/13/78 Eau Claire HS (S.C.) Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 17th pick, 1996. Departed: Traded to Indiana with Joe Kleine in exchange for Dale Davis, 9/1/00. GP

MIN

1996-97 45 458 1997-98 60 808 1998-99 36 311 1999-00 70 859 Portland 211 2436

FG

69 112 36 108 325

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

153 231 83 222 689

.451 .485 .434 .486 .471

0 0 0 0 0

1 2 1 1 5

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT

47 45 18 57 167

FTA Pct.

78 89 35 98 300

.603 .506 .514 .582 .556

REB

124 201 97 229 651

AST PF-DQ

8 46-0 17 101-0 13 41-0 18 127-1 56 315-1

ST

BL

2 26 15 58 4 14 11 55 32 153

PTS

185 269 90 273 817

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Avg.

4.1 4.5 2.5 3.9 3.9

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GP

1972-73 82 1973-74 80 1974-75 82 1975-76 68 1976-77 58 1977-78 61 1978-79 4 Portland 435


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER

CLYDE DREXLER - 1983-1995

TERRY PORTER - 1986-1995

Four-time All-NBA selection

All-time assists leader, second in scoring

Travis Outlaw

#25 6-9 218 b. 9/18/84 Starkville HS Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 23rd pick, 2003. Departed: Traded to L.A. Clippers with Steve Blake and cash considerations for Marcus Camby, 2/16/10. GP

2003-04 8 2004-05 59 2005-06 69 2006-07 67 2007-08 82 2008-09 81 2009-10 11 Portland 377

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

19 3 7 793 133 267 1153 162 368 1532 246 567 2186 417 964 2246 385 850 231 38 101 8160 1384 3124

.429 0 0 --.498 4 10 .400 .440 14 53 .264 .434 10 37 .270 .433 40 101 .396 .453 89 236 .377 .376 12 31 .387 .443 169 468 .361

FT

2 49 62 143 218 175 21 670

FTA Pct.

4 75 89 181 294 242 24 909

REB

.500 4 .653 121 .697 189 .790 217 .741 376 .723 331 .875 38 .737 1276

AST

1 35 34 52 106 83 8 319

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

1-0 1 0 8 77-0 30 40 319 112-0 31 46 400 150-1 61 74 645 173-0 59 63 1092 168-0 47 57 1034 13-0 7 8 109 694-1 236 288 3607

Avg.

1.0 5.4 5.8 9.6 13.3 12.8 9.9 9.6

Tom Owens

#25 6-10 220 b. 6/28/49 South Carolina '71 Acquired: Acquired from Houston or Robin Jones and cash, 8/10/77. Departed: Traded to Indiana for 1984 1st round draft pick (Sam Bowie), 6/5/81. GP

1977-78 82 1978-79 82 1979-80 76 1980-81 79 Portland 319

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1714 313 639 .490 2791 600 1095 .548 2337 518 1008 .514 1843 322 630 .511 8685 1753 3372 .520

— — 1 0 1

— — — — 2 .500 4 .000 6 .167

FT

FTA Pct.

206 278 320 403 213 283 191 250 930 1214

REB

.741 541 .794 740 .753 573 .764 456 .766 2310

AST

160 301 194 140 795

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

263-7 33 37 832 329-15 59 58 1520 270-5 45 53 1250 273-10 36 47 835 1135-37 173 195 4437

Avg.

10.1 18.5 16.4 10.6 13.9

Robert Pack

#14 6-2 180 b. 2/3/69 USC '91 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 9/16/91. Departed: Traded to Denver for 1993 2nd round draft pick, reacquired by Portland (Kevin Thompson), 10/23/92. 1991-92

GP

72

MIN

894

FG

115

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

272 .423

0

10 .000

FT

102

FTA Pct.

127 .803

REB

97

AST

140

PF-DQ

101-0

ST

40

BL

4

PTS

332

Avg.

4.6

Georgios Papagiannis

#19 7-1 240 b. 7/3/97 Greece Acquired: Signed to a 10-day contract on 3/8/18 and a standard NBA contract on 3/18/18. Departed: Waived on 7/17/18 2017-18

GP

1

MIN

4

FG

1

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

11.000

0

0

---

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0

---

REB

1

AST

0

PF-DQ

0-0

ST

2

BL

0

PTS

2

Avg.

2.0

Ruben Patterson

#21 6-5 231 b. 7/31/75 Cincinnati '98 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/2/01. Departed: Traded to Denver as part of a four-team, nine-player deal, 2/23/06. GP

2001-02 75 2002-03 78 2003-04 73 2004-05 70 2005-06 45 Portland 341

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1765 319 619 1655 254 516 1651 200 395 1957 319 601 1056 188 379 8084 1280 2510

.515 .492 .506 .531 .496 .510

9 36 3 20 2 12 2 25 0 7 16 100

.250 .150 .167 .080 .000 .160

FT

FTA Pct.

192 274 138 220 105 190 169 282 138 226 742 1192

REB

.701 298 .627 264 .553 268 .599 273 .611 154 .622 1257

AST

107 101 139 138 60 545

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

140-1 79 37 839 161-0 73 29 649 152-0 84 21 507 164-0 106 21 809 79-0 42 12 514 696-1 384 120 3318

Avg.

11.2 8.3 6.9 11.4 11.4 9.7

Sasha Pavlovic

#3 6-7 235 b. 11/15/83 Montenegro Acquired: Acquired from Boston along with two second round draft picks, with Jon Diebler going to Houston as part of a three-team trade, 7/20/12. Departed: Waived, 7/6/13. 2012-13

172

GP

39

MIN

528

FG

42

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

119 .353

18

60 .300

FT

1

FTA Pct.

6 .167

REB

56

AST

32

PF-DQ

59-0

ST

14

BL

5

PTS

103

Avg.

2.6


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Jim Paxson

#4 6-6 210 b. 7/9/57 Dayton '79 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 12th pick, 1979. Departed: Traded to Boston for Jerry Sichting and cash, 2/23/88. GP

1979-80 72 1980-81 79 1981-82 82 1982-83 81 1983-84 81 1984-85 68 1985-86 75 1986-87 72 1987-88 17 Portland 627

MIN

FG

1270 189 2701 585 2756 662 2740 682 2686 680 2253 508 1931 372 1798 337 263 43 18398 4058

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

460 1092 1258 1323 1322 988 792 733 107 8075

.411 .536 .526 .515 .514 .514 .470 .460 .402 .503

1 22 2 30 8 35 4 25 17 59 6 39 20 62 26 98 3 8 87 378

FT

FTA Pct.

.045 64 90 .067 182 248 .229 220 287 .160 388 478 .288 345 410 .154 196 248 .323 217 244 .265 174 216 .375 14 18 .230 1800 2239

REB

AST

PF-DQ

.711 109 144 97-0 .734 211 299 172-1 .767 221 276 159-0 .812 174 231 160-0 .841 173 251 165-0 .790 222 264 115-0 .889 148 278 156-3 .806 139 237 134-0 .778 18 27 29-0 .804 1415 2007 1187-4

ST

48 140 129 140 122 101 94 76 7 857

BL

5 9 12 17 10 5 5 12 1 76

PTS

443 1354 1552 1756 1722 1218 981 874 103 10003

Avg.

6.2 17.1 18.9 21.7 21.3 17.9 13.1 12.1 6.1 16.0

Jeff Pendergraph

#31 6-9 240 b. 4/29/87 Arizona State '09 Acquired: Traded by Sacramento for Sergio Rodriguez, the draft rights to Jon Brockman (38th overall pick) and cash considerations, 6/25/09. Departed: Waived, 10/25/10. 2009-10

GP

39

MIN

405

FG

43

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

65 .662

0

0 .000

FT

18

FTA Pct.

20 .900

REB

98

AST

1

PF-DQ

76-0

ST

7

BL

16

PTS

104

Avg.

2.7

Will Perdue

#55 7-0 240 b. 8/29/65 Vanderbilt '88 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 9/13/00. Departed: Traded to Los Angeles Clippers for draft rights to Doren Sheffer, 10/29/01. 2000-01

GP

13

MIN

58

FG

6

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

9 .667

0

0 .000

FT

2

FTA Pct.

4 .500

REB

18

AST

2

PF-DQ

8-0

ST

3

BL

2

PTS

14

Avg.

1.1

#7 6-6 200 b. 3/28/71 Auburn '94 Acquired: Traded by Memphis with 2004 1st round draft pick (Sergei Monia) and cash considerations for Bonzi Wells, 12/3/03. Departed: Traded with Rasheed Wallace to Atlanta in exchange for Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Dan Dickau and Theo Ratliff, 2/9/04. 2003-04

GP

33

MIN

621

FG

80

FGA Pct. 3FG

168 .476

36

3AT Pct.

76 .474

FT

19

FTA Pct.

25 .760

REB

74

AST

38

PF-DQ

22-0

ST

11

BL

6

PTS

215

Avg.

6.5

Geoff Petrie

#45 6-5 195 b. 4/1/48 Princeton '70 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 8th pick, 1970. Departed: Traded with Steve Hawes to Atlanta for 2nd pick (Maurice Lucas) in ABA dispersal draft, 8/5/76. GP

1970-71 82 1971-72 60 1972-73 79 1973-74 73 1974-75 80 1975-76 72 Portland 446

MIN

FG

3032 784 2155 465 3134 836 2800 740 3109 602 2557 543 16787 3970

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1770 1115 1801 1537 1319 1177 8719

.443 .417 .464 .481 .456 .461 .455

— — — — — — —

— — — — — — —

BUCK WILLIAMS - 1989-1996

Three-time All-NBA Defensive Team

FT

FTA Pct.

— 463 600 — 202 256 — 298 383 — 291 341 — 261 311 — 277 334 — 1792 2225

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

.772 280 390 196-1 — .789 133 248 108-0 — .778 273 350 163-2 — .853 208 315 199-2 84 .839 209 424 215-1 81 .829 168 330 194-0 82 .805 1271 2057 1075-6 247

BL

— — — 15 13 5 33

PTS

2031 1132 1970 1771 1465 1363 9732

Avg.

24.8 18.9 24.9 24.3 18.3 18.9 21.8

JEROME KERSEY - 1984-1995

4th all-time in points, 2nd in rebounds

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FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Drazen Petrovic

#44 6-5 195 b. 10/22/64, Croatia Acquired: Drafted 3rd round, 60th pick, 1986. Departed: Traded to New Jersey for 1992 1st round draft pick, 1/23/91 (Portland traded draft pick to Denver---Bryant Stith---for Walter Davis). 1989-90 1990-91 Portland

GP

MIN

77 967 18 133 95 1100

FG

207 32 239

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

427 .485 71 .451 498 .480

34 1 35

74 .459 6 .167 80 .438

FT

135 15 150

FTA Pct.

160 .844 22 .682 182 .824

REB

111 18 129

AST

116 20 136

Tom Piotrowski

#54 7-1 240 b. 10/17/60 Acquired: Drafted 3rd round, 62nd pick, 1983. Departed: Waived, 9/26/84. 1983-84

GP

18

MIN

FG

78

12

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

26 .462

0

0 .000

FT

6

FTA Pct.

6 1.000

REB

16

AST

5

PF-DQ

134-0 21-0 155-0

ST

23 6 29

BL

2 0 2

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

583 80 663

7.6 4.4 7.0

LaSalle '83 PF-DQ

22-0

ST

1

BL

3

30

1.7

Scottie Pippen

#33 6-8 228 b. 9/25/65 Central Arkansas '87 Acquired: Traded by Houston to Portland for Stacey Augmon, Kelvin Cato, Ed Gray, Carlos Rogers, Brian Shaw and Walt Williams, 10/2/99. Departed: Became unrestricted free agent, 7/1/03. GP

1999-00 82 2000-01 64 2001-02 62 2002-03 64 Portland 272

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2749 388 860 2133 269 596 1996 246 599 1911 265 597 8789 1168 2652

.451 82 .451 64 .411 54 .444 38 .440 242

263 186 177 133 759

.327 .344 .305 .286 .319

FT

160 119 113 121 513

FTA Pct.

223 161 146 148 678

REB

AST

.717 513 406 .739 333 294 .774 321 363 .818 278 285 .757 1445 1348

PF-DQ

208-0 158-2 162-3 149-0 677-5

ST

BL

117 41 94 35 101 35 105 25 417 136

PTS Avg.

1022 721 659 689 3091

12.5 11.3 10.6 10.8 11.4

Mason Plumlee

#24 6-11 255 b. 3/5/90 Duke '13 Acquired:Traded by Brooklyn with the draft rights to Pat Connaughton in exchange for Steve Blake and the draft rights to Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, 6/25/15. Departed: Traded to Denver with a 2018 second round pick and cash considerations for Jusuf Nurkic and a 2017 first round pick, 2/13/17. GP

MIN

2015-16 82 2084 2016-17 54 1516 Portland 136 3600

FG

267 235 502

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

517 .516 442 .532 959 .523

0 0 0

4 .000 5 .000 9 .000

FT

215 127 342

FTA Pct.

REB

335 .642 628 224 .567 432 559 .612 1061

AST

226 214 440

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

253-4 68 85 749 149-3 50 63 597 402-7 118 148 1346

Avg.

9.1 11.1 9.9

Terry Porter

#30 6-3 195 b. 4/8/63 Wis.-Stevens Point '85 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 24th selection, 1985. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/95. GP

1985-86 79 1986-87 80 1987-88 82 1988-89 81 1989-90 80 1990-91 81 1991-92 82 1992-93 81 1993-94 77 1994-95 35 Portland 758

MIN

FG

1214 212 2714 376 2991 462 3102 540 2781 448 2665 486 2784 521 2883 503 2074 348 770 105 23978 4001

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

447 770 890 1146 969 944 1129 1108 836 267 8506

.474 .488 .519 .471 .462 .515 .461 .454 .416 .393 .470

13 42 13 60 24 69 79 219 89 238 130 313 128 324 143 345 110 282 44 114 773 2006

FT

FTA Pct.

.310 125 155 .217 280 334 .348 274 324 .361 272 324 .374 421 472 .415 279 339 .395 315 368 .414 327 388 .390 204 234 .386 58 82 .385 2555 3020

REB

AST

Ronnie Price

#24 6-2 190 b. 6/21/83 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/18/12. Departed: Waived, 2/21/13. 2012-13

GP

39

MIN

510

FG

39

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

120 .325

10

39 .256

FT

17

PF-DQ

ST

.806 117 198 136-0 81 .838 337 715 192-0 159 .846 378 831 204-1 150 .840 367 770 187-1 146 .892 272 726 150-0 151 .823 282 649 151-2 158 .856 255 477 155-1 127 .843 316 419 122-0 101 .872 215 401 132-0 79 .707 81 133 60-0 30 .846 2620 5319 1489-5 1182

FTA Pct.

24 .708

REB

44

AST

73

BL

1 9 16 8 4 12 12 10 18 2 92

PTS

562 1045 1222 1431 1406 1381 1485 1476 1010 312 11330

Avg.

7.1 13.1 14.9 17.7 17.6 17.0 18.1 18.2 13.1 8.9 14.9

Utah Valley '05 PF-DQ

61-1

ST

26

BL

3

PTS

105

Avg.

2.7

Joel Przybilla

#10 7-1 259 b. 10/10/79 Minnesota '00 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/25/04. Departed: Traded to Charlotte with Dante Cunningham, Sean Marks and two conditional first round picks for Gerald Wallace, 2/24/11. Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 2/27/12. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/12. GP

2004-05 76 2005-06 56 2006-07 43 2007-08 77 2008-09 82 2009-10 30 2010-11 31 2011-12 27 Portland 422

MIN

1858 1395 701 1819 1952 681 445 449 9300

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

199 333 131 239 37 78 144 250 168 269 45 86 21 34 22 48 767 1337

.598 .548 .474 .576 .625 .523 .618 .568 .574

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 --0 --0 --1 .000 1 .000 0 --0 --0 --2 .000

FT

90 82 10 83 112 33 13 11 434

FTA Pct.

174 154 27 122 169 51 23 18 738

REB

.517 588 .533 391 .370 168 .680 649 .663 717 .647 238 .565 121 .611 138 .588 3010

AST

PF-DQ

74 239-1 43 149-1 12 124-0 27 234-1 27 215-0 8 95-2 13 63-0 6 66-0 210 1185-5

ST

BL

24 163 20 130 10 67 13 93 34 97 8 43 5 14 4 16 118 623

PTS Avg.

488 344 84 371 448 123 55 55 1968

6.4 6.1 2.0 4.8 5.5 4.1 1.8 2.0 4.7

Tim Quarterman

#55 6-6 190 b. 10/27/94 LSU '16 Acquired: Signed as a free agent,7/25/16. Departed: Traded to Houston in exchange for cash considerations, 6/28/17. 2016-17

174

GP

16

MIN

80

FG

13

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

29 .448

5

13 .385

FT

0

FTA Pct.

3 .000

REB

14

AST

11

PF-DQ

6-0

ST

2

BL

3

PTS

31

Avg.

1.9


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Shavlik Randolph

#42 6-10 240 b. 11/24/83 Duke '06 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/25/08. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/09. Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 12/30/09. Departed: Became a free agent, 1/18/10. 2008-09 2009-10 Portland

GP

10 3 13

MIN

37 6 43

FG

8 1 9

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

13 .615 3 .333 16 .563

1 0 1

11.000 0 --11.000

FT

1 2 3

FTA Pct. REB

4 .250 21.000 6 .500

18 1 19

AST

0 1 1

PF-DQ

ST

4-0 0-0 4-0

0 0 0

BL

1 0 1

PTS

18 4 22

Avg.

1.8 1.3 1.7

Zach Randolph

#50 6-9 255 b. 7/16/81 Michigan State '01 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 19th pick, 2001. Departed: Traded with Freddy Jones and Dan Dickau to New York in exchange for Channing Frye and Steve Francis, 6/28/07. GP

2001-02 41 2002-03 77 2003-04 81 2004-05 46 2005-06 74 2006-07 68 Portland 387

MIN

FG

238 48 1301 264 3067 663 1603 332 2545 536 2425 600 11179 2443

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

107 515 1368 741 1229 1286 5246

.449 .485 .482 .448 .436 .467 .466

0 0 0 5 1 5 0 6 16 55 14 48 31 119

FT

FTA Pct.

--18 27 .000 122 161 .200 299 393 .000 207 254 .291 245 343 .292 394 481 .261 1285 1659

REB

.667 69 .758 343 .761 851 .815 442 .714 592 .819 688 .775 2985

AST

13 41 163 86 144 147 594

PF-DQ

29-0 141-0 227-0 112-3 185-1 184-1 878-5

ST

BL

7 4 42 14 68 41 34 17 57 14 53 15 261 105

PTS Avg.

114 650 1626 871 1333 1608 6202

2.8 8.4 20.1 18.9 18.0 23.6 16.0

Kelvin Ransey

#14 6-2 180 b. 5/3/58 Ohio State '80 Acquired: 1980 draft rights traded by Chicago with one 1st round draft pick (Darnell Valentine) to Portland for Cleveland’s 1981 1st round draft pick (Al Wood) and rights to Ronnie Lester. Departed: Traded to Dallas for Wayne Cooper and Boston’s 1985 1st round draft pick (Terry Porter), 6/22/82. GP

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1980-81 80 2431 525 1162 .452 1981-82 78 2418 504 1095 .460 Portland 158 4849 1029 2257 .456

3 3 6

31 .097 38 .079 69 .087

FT

164 242 406

FTA Pct.

219 .749 318 .761 537 .756

REB

AST

195 555 186 555 381 1110

PF-DQ

ST

201-1 88 169-1 97 370-2 185

BL

PTS

9 1217 4 1253 13 2470

Avg.

15.2 16.1 15.6

#42 6-10 230 b. 4/17/73 Wyoming '95 Acquired: Traded by Atlanta with Shareef Abdur-Rahim and Dan Dickau for Rasheed Wallace and Westley Person, 2/9/04. Departed: Traded to Boston with Sebastian Telfair and a 2008 2nd round pick for Raef LaFrentz, Dan Dickau and the draft rights to Randy Foye, 6/28/06. GP

2003-04 32 2004-05 63 2005-06 55 Portland 150

MIN

1016 1731 1301 4048

FG

95 115 108 318

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

176 257 189 622

.540 .447 .571 .511

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

---------

FT

44 74 54 172

FTA Pct. REB

70 107 83 260

.629 .692 .651 .662

233 331 279 843

AST

20 34 28 82

PF-DQ

ST

111-1 183-4 143-1 437-6

BL

24 141 23 158 18 88 65 387

PTS

234 304 270 808

Avg.

7.3 4.8 4.9 5.4

Robert Reid

#50 6-8 215 b. 8/30/55 St. Mary's (TX) '77 Acquired: Traded by Charlotte for Richard Anderson, 10/17/89. Departed: Waived, 12/6/89 1989-90

GP

12

MIN

85

FG

13

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

33 .394

1

3 .333

FT

4

FTA Pct.

8 .500

REB

8

AST

8

PF-DQ

17-0

ST

2

BL

2

PTS

31

Avg.

2.6

Jeremy Richardson

#3 6-7 190 b. 2/11/83 Delta State '06 Acquired: Signed to a 10-day contract, 3/2/07. Departed: Declined to re-sign, 3/11/07. 2006-07

GP

1

MIN

1

FG

0

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

0

---

0

0

---

FT

0

FTA Pct. REB

0

---

0

AST

0

PF-DQ

ST

0-0

0

BL

0

PTS

0

Avg.

0.0

Isaiah Rider

#34 6-5 215 b. 3/12/71 UNLV '93 Acquired: Traded by Minnesota in exchange for James Robinson, Bill Curley and a conditional 1st round draft pick, 7/23/96. Departed: Traded to Atlanta for Steve Smith and Ed Gray, 8/2/99. GP

1996-97 76 1997-98 74 1998-99 47 Portland 197

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2563 456 983 .464 99 2786 551 1302 .423 135 1385 249 605 .412 42 6734 1256 2890 .434 276

257 420 111 788

.385 .321 .378 .350

FT

212 221 111 544

FTA Pct. REB

261 267 147 675

.812 .828 .755 .805

304 346 196 846

AST

198 231 104 533

PF-DQ

ST

199-2 188-1 100-0 487-3

45 55 25 125

BL

PTS

19 1223 19 1458 9 651 47 3332

Avg.

16.1 19.7 13.9 16.9

Rick Roberson

#30 6-9 235 b. 7/7/47 Cincinnati '69 Acquired: Traded by Cleveland with John Johnson and Los Angeles’ 1973 1st round draft pick (Barry Parkhill) for two 1973 draft picks (1st—Jim Brewer and 3rd—Jim O’Brien), 4/24/73. Departed: Traded to New Orleans for Barry Clemens, Kansas City’s 1976 2nd round draft pick (Major Jones) and cash, 9/16/74. 1973-74

GP

MIN

69 2060

FG

364

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

797 .457

FT

205

FTA Pct.

316 .649

REB

701

AST

133

PF-DQ

252-4

ST

65

BL

55

PTS

933

Avg.

13.5

Brian Roberts

#2 6-1 173 b. 12/3/85 Dayton '08 Acquired: Traded by Miami with a future second round draft pick in exchange for cash considerations ,2/18/16. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/16. 2015-16

GP

21

MIN

137

FG

23

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

50 .460

6

15 .400

FT

8

FTA Pct.

10 .800

REB

12

AST

16

PF-DQ

12-0

ST

3

BL

1

PTS

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Avg.

2.9

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Theo Ratliff


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Clifford Robinson

#3 6-10 225 b. 12/16/66 Connecticut '89 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 36th pick, 1989.Departed: Became restricted free agent, 7/1/97;Portland renounced rights, 8/23/97. GP

1989-90 82 1990-91 82 1991-92 82 1992-93 82 1993-94 82 1994-95 75 1995-96 78 1996-97 81 Portland 644

MIN

FG

1565 298 1940 373 2124 398 2575 632 2853 641 2725 597 2980 553 3077 444 19839 3936

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

751 806 854 1336 1404 1320 1306 1053 8820

.397 .463 .466 .473 .457 .452 .423 .426 .446

12 44 6 19 1 11 19 77 13 53 142 383 178 471 121 350 492 1408

FT

FTA Pct.

.273 138 251 .316 205 314 .091 219 330 .247 287 416 .245 352 460 .371 265 382 .378 360 542 .346 215 309 .349 2041 3004

REB

AST PF-DQ

.550 308 72 .653 349 151 .664 416 137 .690 542 182 .765 550 159 .694 423 198 .664 444 190 .696 321 261 .679 3352 1350

ST

BL

226-4 53 53 263-2 78 76 274-11 84 107 287-8 98 163 263-0 118 111 240-3 79 82 248-3 86 68 251-6 99 66 2052-37 696 726

PTS

746 957 1016 1570 1647 1601 1644 1224 10405

Avg.

9.1 11.7 12.4 19.1 20.1 21.3 21.1 15.1 16.2

James Robinson

#26 6-2 180 b. 8/31/70 Alabama '89 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 21st pick, 1993. Departed: Traded to Minnesota with Bill Curley and a 1997 1st round draft pick (Paul Grant) for Isaiah Rider, 7/23/96. GP

MIN

1993-94 58 673 1994-95 71 1539 1995-96 76 1627 Portland 205 3839

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

104 285 255 624 229 574 588 1483

.365 23 73 .409 76 223 .399 102 284 .396 201 580

.315 .341 .359 .347

FT

45 65 89 199

FTA Pct.

67 110 135 312

.672 .591 .659 .638

REB

78 132 157 367

AST

68 180 159 407

PF-DQ

ST

69-0 30 142-0 48 146-0 34 357-0 112

BL

PTS

15 276 13 651 25 649 53 1576

Avg.

4.8 9.2 8.5 7.7

Rumeal Robinson

#21 6-2 195 b. 12/13/66 Michigan '90 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 1/10/96. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/96. Portland renounced its rights, 7/23/96. Acquired: Signed to a 10-day contract, 2/24/97; Signed to a second 10-day contract, 3/4/97. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/97; Portland renounced its rights, 8/23/97. 1995-96 1996-97 Portland

GP

MIN

43 715 27 295 70 1010

FG

92 33 125

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

221 .416 82 .402 303 .413

30 79 .380 9 23 .391 39 102 .382

FT

33 20 53

FTA Pct.

51 .647 23 .870 74 .716

REB

78 30 108

AST

142 52 194

PF-DQ

79-1 40-0 119-1

ST

35 18 53

BL

14 27 41

PTS

247 95 342

Avg.

5.7 3.5 4.9

Thomas Robinson

#41 6-10 237 b. 3/17/91 Kansas '12 Acquired: Traded by Houston in exchange for the NBA rights to Kostas Papanikolaou and Marko Todorovic, and two future 2nd round picks, 7/10/13. Departed: Traded with Will Barton, Victor Claver and a 2016 1st round pick (lottery protected) in exchange for Arron Afflalo and Alonzo Gee, 2/19/15. GP

MIN

2013-14 70 873 2014-15 32 391 Portland 102 1264

FG

141 47 188

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

293 .481 91 .516 384 .490

0 0 0

1 .000 0 --1 .000

FT

57 21 78

FTA Pct.

101 .564 48 .438 149 .523

REB

307 133 440

AST

34 9 43

PF-DQ

131-0 16-0 185

ST

23 16 39

BL

20 11 31

PTS

339 115 454

Avg.

4.8 3.6 4.5

Sergio Rodriguez

#11 6-3 176 b. 6/12/86 Spain Acquired: Traded by Phoenix for cash considerations, 6/28/06. Departed: Traded to Sacramento with the draft rights to the 38th pick (Jon Brockman) and cash considerations for the 31st pick (Jeff Pendergraph), 6/25/09. GP

MIN

2006-07 67 862 2007-08 72 628 2008-09 80 1225 Portland 285 3763

FG

FGA

101 239 69 196 129 329 466 1115

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

.423 24 85 .282 21 .352 17 58 .293 25 .392 37 114 .325 61 .418 110 348 .316 175

FTA Pct.

26 38 77 234

.808 .658 .792 .748

REB

91 58 130 368

AST

218 123 286 839

PF-DQ

ST

262-0 35 57-0 24 133-0 54 346-0 163

BL

PTS

2 247 0 180 2 356 9 1217

Avg.

3.7 2.5 4.5 4.3

Carlos Rogers

#4 6-11 220 b. 2/6/71 Tennessee State '94 Acquired: Traded from Toronto with Damon Stoudamire and Walt Williams for Kenny Anderson, Gary Trent and Alvin Williams plus two 1st round draft picks (Bryce Drew, Mirsad Turkan) and one 2nd round draft pick (Tyson Wheeler), 2/13/97. Departed: Traded to Houston with Stacey Augmon, Kelvin Cato, Ed Gray, Brian Shaw and Walt Williams for Scottie Pippen, 10/2/99. 1997-98 1998-99 Portland

GP

3 2 5

MIN

25 8 33

FG

2 2 4

FGA

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

4 .500 2 1.000 6 .667

0 0 0

1 .000 0 .000 1 .000

FT

0 1 1

FTA Pct.

0 .000 4 .250 4 .250

REB

2 1 3

AST

2 1 3

Ron Rowan

#11 6-5 200 b. 4/23/63 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 3/15/87. Departed: Became free agent, 7/1/87. 1986-87

GP

7

MIN

16

FG

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

9 .444

1

11.000

FT

3

FTA Pct.

4 .750

REB

1

AST

1

PF-DQ

1-0 2-0 3-0

ST

1 0 1

BL

0 0 0

PTS

4 5 9

Avg.

1.3 2.5 1.9

St. John's '86 PF-DQ

1-0

ST

4

BL

0

PTS

12

Avg.

1.7

Brandon Roy

#7 6-6 210 b. 7/23/84 Washington '06 Acquired: Traded by Minnesota for the draft rights to Randy Foye (seventh overall pick) via Boston, 6/28/06. Departed: Waived as team's amnesty player, 12/15/10. GP

2006-07 57 2007-08 74 2008-09 78 2009-10 65 2010-11 47 Portland 321

176

MIN

FG

2015 349 2792 531 2903 633 2419 491 1310 209 11439 2213

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

765 1170 1318 1038 523 4814

.456 55 .454 73 .480 83 .473 73 .400 38 .460 322

146 215 220 221 114 916

FT

FTA Pct.

.377 202 241 .340 281 373 .377 416 505 .330 343 440 .333 117 138 .352 1359 1697

REB

AST PF-DQ

.838 250 230 .753 348 430 .824 370 400 .780 285 305 .848 121 129 .801 1374 1494

139-1 147-1 127-1 136-0 76-0 625-3

ST

67 79 88 61 37 332

BL

10 16 22 16 12 76

PTS

955 1416 1765 1398 573 6107

Avg.

16.8 19.1 22.6 21.5 12.2 19.0


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Delaney Rudd

#11 6-2 195 b. 11/8/62 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 1/2/93. Departed: Became free agent, 7/1/93. 1992-93

GP

15

MIN

FG

95

7

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

36 .194

1

11 .091

FT

11

FTA Pct.

14 .786

REB

9

Wake Forest '85

AST

PF-DQ

17

7-0

ST

1

BL

0

PTS

26

Avg.

1.7

Michael Ruffin

#51 6-8 248 b. 1/21/77 Tulsa '99 Acquired: Traded as part of a three-team trade for Ike Diogu, 2/18/09. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/09. 2008-09

GP

11

MIN

FG

35

2

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

7 .286

0

0 .000

FT

2

FTA Pct.

21.000

REB

11

AST

PF-DQ

0

7-0

ST

3

BL

1

PTS

6

Avg.

0.5

Arvydas Sabonis

#11 7-3 292 b. 12/19/64 Lithuania Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 24th pick, 1986. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/01. Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 9/23/02. Departed: Became unrestricted free agent, 7/1/03. GP

1995-96 73 1996-97 69 1997-98 73 1998-99 50 1999-00 66 2000-01 61 2002-03 78 Portland 470

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1735 394 723 1762 328 658 2333 407 826 1349 232 478 1688 302 598 1299 247 516 1209 172 361 11375 2082 4160

.545 39 .498 49 .493 30 .485 7 .505 7 .479 1 .476 3 .500 136

104 132 115 24 19 15 6 415

FT

FTA Pct.

.375 231 305 .371 223 287 .261 323 405 .292 135 175 .368 167 198 .067 121 156 .500 129 164 .328 1329 1690

REB

.757 588 .777 547 .798 729 .771 393 .843 513 .766 331 .787 335 .786 3436

AST PF-DQ

130 146 218 119 118 91 142 964

Tom Scheffler

#50 6-11 240 b. 10/27/54 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 7/30/84. Departed: Waived, 8/5/85. 1984-85

GP

39

MIN

FG

268

21

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

51 .412

0

0 .000

FT

10

FTA Pct.

20 .500

REB

76

AST

11

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

211-2 64 78 1058 203-4 63 84 928 267-7 65 80 1167 147-2 34 63 606 184-3 43 78 778 137-2 40 62 616 141-0 61 49 476 1290-20 270 494 5629

14.5 13.4 16.0 12.1 11.8 10.1 6.1 12.0

Purdue '77 PF-DQ

48-0

ST

8

BL

11

52

1.3

#24 7-1 265 b. 12/31/82 Georgia Tech '05 Acquired: Signed to two 10-day contracts (3/15/07, 3/25/07) before being signed for remainder of 2006-07 season, 4/4/07. Departed: Free agent in 2007. 2006-07

GP

11

MIN

FG

118

7

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

23 .304

0

0

FT

5

FTA Pct.

7 .714

REB

25

AST

1

PF-DQ

25-2

ST

2

BL

4

PTS

19

Avg.

1.7

Dale Schlueter

#54 6-10 230 b. 11/12/45 Colorado State '67 Acquired: Selected from San Francisco in expansion draft, 5/11/70. Departed: Traded to Philadelphia for Dave Wohl, 10/2/72. Acquired: Traded by Phoenix to Portland for 1978 4th round draft pick (Wayne Smith), 7/15/77. Departed: Retired, 4/24/78. GP

MIN

1970-71 80 1823 1971-72 81 2693 1977-78 10 109 Portland 171 4625

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

257 527 353 672 8 19 618 1218

.488 .525 .421 .507

— — — —

— — — —

DAMON STOUDAMIRE - 1998-2005

— — — —

Second-highest scoring game in team history (54).

FT

143 241 9 393

FTA Pct.

218 326 18 562

REB

.656 629 .739 860 .500 21 .699 1510

AST

192 285 18 495

PF-DQ

265-4 277-3 20-0 562-7

ST

— — 3 3

BL

PTS

— 657 — 947 2 25 2 1629

Avg.

8.2 11.7 2.5 9.5

ARVYDAS SABONIS - 1995-01, 2002-03 International star before joining Trail Blazers

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HISTORY

Luke Schenscher


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Detlef Schrempf

#12 6-10 235 b. 1/21/63 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/2/99. Departed: Retired, 7/1/01. GP

1999-00 77 2000-01 26 Portland 103

MIN

1662 397 2059

FG

187 39 226

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

433 .432 95 .411 528 .428

21 3 24

52 .404 8 .375 60 .400

FT

179 23 202

FTA Pct.

215 .833 27 .852 242 .835

REB

332 78 410

Washington '85

AST PF-DQ

197 182-0 44 43-0 242 225-0

ST

37 7 44

BL

17 3 20

PTS

574 104 678

Avg.

7.5 4.0 6.6

Brian Shaw

#7 6-6 200 b. 4/22/66 UC-Santa Barbara '88 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 5/6/99. Departed: Traded to Houston with Stacey Augmon, Kelvin Cato, Ed Gray, Carlos Rogers and Walt Williams for Scottie Pippen, 10/2/99. 1998-99

GP

1

MIN

5

FG

0

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1 .000

0

0 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

1

AST PF-DQ

1

Mark Sibley

#11 6-2 175 b. 11/13/50 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/31/73. Departed: Waived, 5/30/74. 1973-74

GP

28

MIN

124

FG

20

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

56 .357

FT

6

FTA Pct.

7 .857

REB

25

AST

13

0-0

ST

0

BL

0

PTS

0

Avg.

0.0

Northwestern '73 PF-DQ

23-0

ST

4

BL

1

PTS

46

Avg.

1.6

Jerry Sichting

#14 6-1 180 b. 11/29/56 Purdue '79 Acquired: Traded, along with cash, by Boston to Portland for Jim Paxson, 2/23/88. Departed: Waived, 7/24/89. 1987-88 1988-89 Portland

GP

28 25 53

MIN

324 390 714

FG

49 46 95

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

90 .544 104 .442 194 .490

8 3 11

14 .571 12 .250 26 .423

FT

9 7 16

FTA Pct.

11 .818 8 .875 19 .842

REB

15 29 44

AST

33 59 92

PF-DQ

30-0 17-0 47-0

ST

7 15 22

BL

0 0 0

PTS

115 102 217

Avg.

4.1 4.1 4.1

Brian Skinner

#54 6-9 265 b. 5/19/76 Baylor '98 Acquired: Traded to Portland from Sacramento as part of a four-team, nine-player trade on 2/23/06. Departed: Traded to Milwaukee with Steve Blake and Ha Seung-Jin for Jamaal Magloire, 7/31/06. 2005-06

GP

27

MIN

515

FG

44

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

91 .484

---

---

---

FT

15

FTA Pct.

29 .517

REB

127

AST

13

Reggie Slater

#40 6-7 250 b. 8/27/70 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 10/5/95. Departed: Waived, 12/8/95. 1995-96

GP

4

MIN

20

FG

3

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

5 .600

0

0 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

3

AST

0

PF-DQ

65-1

ST

14

BL

23

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

103

3.8

Wyoming '92 PF-DQ

1-0

ST

1

BL

2

6

1.5

Bill Smith

#43 7-0 220 b. 2/14/49 Syracuse '71 Acquired: Drafted 3rd round, 42nd pick, 1971. Departed: Retired in 1973 because of injury. 1971-72 1972-73 Portland

GP

22 8 30

MIN

448 43 491

FG

72 9 81

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

173 .416 15 .600 188 .431

— — —

— — —

— — —

FT

38 5 43

FTA Pct.

64 .594 8 .625 72 .597

REB

135 8 143

AST

19 1 20

PF-DQ

73-3 8-0 81-3

ST

— — —

BL

— — —

182 23 205

8.3 2.9 6.8

Charles Smith

#7 6 - 4 200 b . 8/22/75 New Mexico '97 Acquired: Traded by San Antonio along with Amal McCaskill and Antonio Daniels for Steve Kerr, Erick Barkley and a 2003 2nd round draft pick. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/03. Acquired: Signed as free agent, 8/4/05. Departed: Traded to Denver as part of a four-team, nine-player deal, 2/23/06. 2002-03 2005-06 Portland

GP

3 21 24

MIN

13 208 211

FG

1 30 31

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

4 .250 71 .423 75 .336

0 15 15

1 .000 37 .405 38 .395

FT

3 5 8

FTA Pct.

4 .750 8 .625 12 .666

REB

0 16 16

AST

1 9 10

Craig Smith

#83 6-7 265 b. 11/10/83 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 12/16/11. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/12. 2011-12

GP

47

MIN

464

FG

59

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

117 .504

0

1 .000

FT

38

FTA Pct.

53 .717

REB

110

AST

19

PF-DQ

3-0 27-0 30-0

ST

1 5 6

BL

0 6 6

PTS

5 80 85

Avg.

1.7 3.8 3.5

Boston College '06 PF-DQ

55-0

ST

16

BL

5

PTS

156

Avg.

3.3

Greg Smith

#4 6-5 200 b. 1/28/47 Western Kentucky '68 Acquired: Traded by Houston for Stan McKenzie, 10/27/72. Departed: Waived, 11/7/75. GP

MIN

1972-73 72 1569 1973-74 67 878 1974-75 55 519 1975-76 1 3 Portland 195 2969

178

FG

229 99 71 0 399

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

469 228 146 1 844

.488 .434 .486 .000 .473

— — — — —

— — — — —

— — — — —

FT

75 48 32 0 155

FTA Pct.

128 79 48 0 255

.586 .608 .667 .000 .608

REB

375 189 89 0 653

AST

PF-DQ

117 210-8 78 126-1 27 96-1 0 2-0 222 434-10

ST

— 41 22 0 63

BL

— 6 6 0 12

PTS

533 246 174 0 953

Avg.

7.4 3.7 3.2 0.0 4.9


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Nolan Smith

#4 6-2 185 b. 7/25/88 Duke '11 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 21st pick, 2011. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/13. 2011-12 2012-13 Portland

GP

44 40 84

MIN

541 288 829

FG

67 42 109

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

180 .372 114 .368 294 .371

13 6 19

45 .289 28 .214 73 .260

FT

20 20 40

FTA Pct.

28 .714 28 .714 56 .714

REB

56 27 83

AST

62 35 97

PF-DQ

55-0 26-0 81-0

ST

18 7 25

BL

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

3 1 4

167 110 277

3.8 2.8 3.3

Reggie Smith

#54 6-10 251 b. 8/21/70 TCU '92 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 31st pick, 1992. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/94. 1992-93 1993-94 Portland

GP

23 43 66

MIN

68 316 384

FG

10 29 39

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

27 .370 72 .403 99 .394

0 0 0

1 .000 0 .000 1 .000

FT

3 18 21

FTA Pct.

14 .214 38 .474 52 .404

REB

21 99 120

AST

1 4 5

PF-DQ

16-0 47-0 63-0

ST

4 12 16

1 6 7

23 76 99

1.0 1.8 1.5

Steve Smith

#8 6-8 221 b. 3/31/69 Michigan State '91 Acquired: Traded by Atlanta with Ed Gray for Isaiah Rider and Jim Jackson, 8/2/99. Departed: Traded to San Antonio in exchange for Derek Anderson, Steve Kerr and a 2003 2nd round draft pick, 7/25/01. GP

MIN

1999-00 82 2689 2000-01 81 2542 Portland 163 5231

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

420 900 .467 96 241 .398 359 788 .456 78 200 .339 779 1688 .461 174 471 .369

FT

289 309 598

FTA Pct.

340 .850 347 .890 687 .870

REB

313 272 585

AST PF-DQ

209 213 422

Willie Smith

#11 6-2 170 b. 10/26/53 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 7/31/78. Departed: Waived, 11/3/78. 1978-79

GP

13

MIN

131

FG

23

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

44 .523

FT

12

FTA Pct.

17 .706

REB

13

AST

17

ST

214-0 203-0 417-0

71 48 119

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

31 1225 24 1105 55 2330

14.9 13.6 14.3

Missouri '76 PF-DQ

19-0

ST

10

BL

1

58

4.5

#27 7-0 270 b. 12/6/69 UNLV '92 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 1/10/96. Departed: Became restricted free agent, 7/1/96; Portland renounced rights, 7/23/96. 1995-96

GP

11

MIN

37

FG

5

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

12 .417

0

0 .000

FT

4

FTA Pct.

6 .667

REB

9

AST

1

PF-DQ

4-0

ST

0

BL

2

PTS

14

Avg.

1.3

Nik Stauskas

#6 6-6 205 b. 10/7/93 Michigan '14 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/5/18. Departed: Traded to Cleveland with Wade Baldwin IV, a 2021 2nd round pick, a 2023 2nd round pick and a TPE in exchange for Rodney Hood. 2018-19

GP

44

MIN

673

FG

96

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

229 .419

43 125 .344

FT

32

FTA Pct.

36 .889

REB

80

AST

62

PF-DQ

31-0

ST

14

BL

4

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

267

6.1

Larry Steele

#15 6-5 180 b. 5/5/49 Kentucky '71 Acquired: Drafted 3rd round, 37th pick, 1971. Departed: Retired in 1981 because of injury. GP

1971-72 72 1972-73 66 1973-74 81 1974-75 76 1975-76 81 1976-77 81 1977-78 65 1978-79 72 1979-80 16 Portland 610

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1311 148 308 1301 159 329 2648 325 680 2389 265 484 2382 322 651 1680 326 652 1132 210 447 1488 203 483 446 62 146 14777 2020 4180

.481 .483 .478 .548 .495 .500 .470 .420 .425 .483

— — — — — — — — 0 0

LARRY STEELE - 1971-1980 NBA Steals Leader, 1974

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 4 .000 4 .000

FT

FTA Pct.

70 97 71 89 135 171 122 146 154 203 183 227 100 122 112 136 22 27 969 1218

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

.722 282 161 198-8 — .798 154 156 181-4 — .789 310 323 295-10 217 .836 226 287 254-6 183 .759 292 324 289-8 170 .806 188 172 216-3 118 .820 113 87 138-2 59 .824 171 142 208-4 74 .815 45 67 53-0 25 .796 1781 1719 1832-45 846

BL

— 366 — 389 32 785 16 652 19 798 13 835 5 520 10 518 1 146 96 5009

5.1 5.9 9.7 8.6 9.9 10.3 8.0 7.2 9.1 8.2

LLOYD NEAL - 1973-1979

First number to be retired, March 24, 1979 trailblazers.com

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HISTORY

Elmore Spencer


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Vladimir Stepania

#11 7-0 244 b. 5/8/76 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 10/22/03. Departed: Waived, 12/29/04. 2003-04

GP

MIN

42

FG

453

43

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

103 .417

0

0 .000

FT

22

FTA Pct.

36 .611

REB

125

Republic of Georgia

AST

23

Brook Steppe

#7 6-5 195 b. 11/7/59 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/24/89. Departed: Waived, 5/3/89. 1988-89

GP

MIN

27

FG

244

33

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

78 .423

5

9 .556

FT

32

FTA Pct.

37 .865

REB

32

AST

16

PF-DQ

61-0

ST

11

BL

15

PTS

108

Avg.

2.6

Georgia Tech '82 PF-DQ

32-0

ST

11

BL

1

PTS

103

Avg.

3.8

Damon Stoudamire

#3 5-10 171 b. 9/3/73 Arizona '95 Acquired: Traded from Toronto with Carlos Rogers and Walt Williams for Kenny Anderson, Gary Trent and Alvin Williams plus two 1st round picks (Portland's 1998---Mirsad Turkan and New York's 1998--Bryce Drew) and one 1998 2nd round pick (Tyson Wheeler). Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/05. GP

1997-98 22 1998-99 50 1999-00 78 2000-01 82 2001-02 75 2002-03 59 2003-04 82 2004-05 81 Portland 529

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

806 94 258 .364 26 99 1673 249 629 .396 44 142 2372 386 894 .432 80 212 2655 406 935 .434 82 219 2796 369 918 .402 104 295 1315 156 415 .376 44 114 3118 408 1018 .401 156 427 2762 457 1165 .392 181 490 17497 2525 6232 .405 717 1998

.263 .310 .377 .374 .353 .386 .365 .369 .359

FT

FTA Pct.

59 75 89 122 122 145 172 207 174 196 53 67 127 145 182 199 978 1156

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

.787 81 181 38-0 33 .730 167 312 81-0 49 .841 243 405 173-0 77 .831 303 468 202-1 106 .888 292 490 153-0 67 .791 155 204 67-0 39 .876 308 500 173-2 99 .915 310 458 158-0 86 .846 1859 3018 1045-3 556

BL

2 4 1 8 6 6 9 2 38

PTS

273 631 974 1066 1016 409 1099 1277 6745

Avg.

12.4 12.6 12.5 13.0 13.5 6.9 13.4 15.8 12.8

Bill Stricker

#34 6-9 210 b. 1/22/48 University of Pacific '70 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/26/70. Departed: Waived, 11/16/70. 1970-71

GP

MIN

1

FG

2

2

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

3 .667

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

0

AST

0

PF-DQ

1-0

ST

BL

PTS

4

Avg.

4.0

Rod Strickland

#1 6-3 185 b. 7/11/66 DePaul '89 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/3/92. Departed: Traded with Harvey Grant to Washington for Rasheed Wallace and Mitchell Butler, 7/15/96. Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 3/5/01. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/01. GP

1992-93 78 1993-94 82 1994-95 64 1995-96 67 2000-01 21 Portland 312

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2474 396 816 .485 2889 528 1093 .483 2267 441 946 .466 2526 471 1023 .460 351 41 98 .418 10507 1877 3976 .472

FT

FTA Pct.

4 30 .133 273 381 2 10 .200 353 471 46 123 .374 283 380 38 111 .342 276 423 0 1 .000 15 26 90 275 .327 1200 1681

REB

AST PF-DQ

.717 337 559 .749 370 740 .745 317 562 .652 297 640 .577 35 72 .714 1356 2573

153-1 171-0 118-0 135-2 21-0 598-3

ST

131 147 123 97 10 508

BL

24 24 9 16 1 74

PTS

1069 1411 1211 1256 97 5044

Avg.

13.7 17.2 18.9 18.7 4.6 16.2

Lamont Strothers

#12 6-4 195 b. 5/10/68 C. Newport '91 Acquired: Traded by Golden State for 2nd round draft picks in 1995 (Tyus Edney) and 1999 (Tim Young), 6/25/91. Departed: Waived, 11/2/92 1991-92

GP

4

MIN

17

FG

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

12 .333

0

2 .000

FT

2

FTA Pct.

4 .500

REB

1

AST

1

PF-DQ

2-0

ST

1

BL

1

PTS

10

Avg.

2.5

Caleb Swanigan

#50 6-9 250 b. 4/18/97 Purdue '17 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 26th pick, 6/22/17. Departed: Traded to Sacramento in exchange for Skal Labissiere, 2/7/19. 2017-18 2018-19 Portland

GP

27 18 45

MIN

189 145 334

FG

24 14 38

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

60 .400 44 .318 104 .365

1 1 2

8 .125 5 .200 13 .154

FT

12 6 18

FTA Pct.

18 .667 7 .857 25 .720

REB

54 52 106

AST

14 7 21

PF-DQ

37-1 22-0 59-1

ST

5 4 9

BL

3 0 3

PTS

61 35 96

Avg.

2.3 1.9 2.2

Sebastian Telfair

#31 6-0 168 b. 6/9/85 A. Lincoln HS (NY) Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 13th selection, 2004. Departed: Traded to Boston with Theo Ratliff and a 2008 2nd round pick for Dan Dickau, Raef LaFrentz and the draft rights to Randy Foye, 6/28/06. GP

MIN

2004-05 68 1330 2005-06 68 1641 Portland 136 2971

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

169 430 .393 228 578 .394 397 1008 .394

17 69 .246 57 162 .352 74 231 .320

FT

105 130 235

FTA Pct.

133 .789 175 .743 308 .763

REB

104 120 224

AST

224 247 471

Ira Terrell

#33 6-8 205 b. 6/19/54 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 2/17/79. Departed: Waived, 8/28/79. 1978-79

GP

18

MIN

160

FG

30

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

54 .556

FT

8

FTA Pct.

15 .533

REB

37

AST

15

PF-DQ

ST

120-0 353 167-1 66 287-1 101

BL

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

4 460 6 643 10 1103

6.8 9.5 8.1

SMU '76 PF-DQ

27-0

ST

7

6

68

3.8

Hasheem Thabeet

#34 7-3 263 b. 2/16/87 Connecticut '09 Acquired: Traded by Houston with Jonny Flynn and a 2012 second round pick for Marcus Camby, 3/15/12. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/12. 2011-12

180

GP

15

MIN

116

FG

8

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

18 .444

0

0 .000

FT

13

FTA Pct.

20 .650

REB

35

AST

0

PF-DQ

15-0

ST

1

BL

8

PTS

29

Avg.

1.9


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS James Thomas

#12 6-8 235 b. 12/22/80 Texas '04 Acquired: Signed to a 10-day contract, 1/9/05; signed to second 10-day contract, 1/19/05. Departed: Waived, 1/31/05. 2004-05

GP

MIN

9

112

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

11

18 .611

0

0 .000

FT

2

FTA Pct.

6 .333

REB

35

AST

4

PF-DQ

12-0

ST

4

BL

PTS

4

24

Avg.

2.7

Kurt Thomas

#40 6-9 230 b. 10/4/72 TCU '95 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 12/11/11. Departed: Traded to New York with Raymond Felton 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. 2011-12

GP

MIN

53

803

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

73

157 .465

0

0

FT

14

FTA Pct.

20 .700

REB

188

AST

46

PF-DQ

123-0

ST

24

BL

PTS

31

160

Avg.

3.0

Bernard Thompson

#33 6-6 207 b. 8/30/62 Fresno State '84 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 19th pick, 1984. Departed: Traded to Phoenix for 1987 2nd round draft pick (Nikita Wilson), 6/14/85. 1984-85

GP

MIN

59

535

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

79

212 .373

0

8 .000

FT

39

FTA Pct.

51 .765

REB

76

AST

52

Kevin Thompson

#35 6-11 260 b. 2/7/71 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 48th pick, 1993. Departed: Waived, 10/31/95. 1993-94

GP

MIN

14

58

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

6

14 .429

0

1 .000

FT

1

FTA Pct.

2 .500

REB

13

PF-DQ

79-0

ST

31

BL

PTS

10

197

Avg.

3.3

N.C. State '93

AST

3

PF-DQ

11-0

ST

0

BL

PTS

2

13

Avg.

0.9

Mychal Thompson

#43 6-10 226 b. 1/30/55 Minnesota '79 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 1st pick, 1978. Departed: Traded with rights to Larry Krystkowiak to San Antonio for Steve Johnson, 6/19/86. MIN

2144

FG

460

2790 569 3129 681 3017 505 2648 487 2616 572 2569 503 18913 3777

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

938 .490

1151 1303 1033 929 1111 1011 7476

FT

FTA Pct.

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

— — — 154 269 .572 604 176 270-10 67 —Missed entire season with broken left ankle— .494 0 1 .000 207 323 .641 686 284 260-5 62 .523 0 0 .000 280 446 .628 921 319 233-2 69 .489 0 1 .000 249 401 .621 753 380 213-1 68 .524 0 2 .000 266 399 .667 688 308 237-2 84 .515 0 0 .000 307 449 .684 618 205 216-0 78 .498 0 0 .000 198 309 .641 608 176 267-5 76 .505 0 4 .000 1661 2596 .640 4878 1848 1696-25 504

BL

PTS

Avg.

170 107 110 108 104 35 768

1345 1642 1259 1240 1451 1204 9215

17.0 20.8 15.7 15.7 18.4 14.7 16.7

134 1074

14.7

Otis Thorpe

#33 6-10 246 b. 8/5/62 Providence '84 Acquired: Traded by Houston with draft rights to Marcelo Nicola and 1995 1st round draft pick (traded to Detroit) for Clyde Drexler and Tracy Murray, 2/14/95. Departed: Traded to Detroit for Randolph Childress and Bill Curley, 9/20/95. 1994-95

GP

MIN

34

908

FG

179

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

315 .568

0

4 .000

FT

100

FTA Pct.

154 .649

REB

236

AST PF-DQ

Anthony Tolliver

#44 6-9 240 b. 6/1/85 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 12/17/09. Departed: Waived, 12/29/09. 2009-10

GP

MIN

2

4

FG

0

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1 .000

0

1 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0

---

REB

1

ST

54 122-2

19

BL

15

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

458

13.5

Creighton '07

AST PF-DQ

0

ST

1-0

0

BL

0

0

0.0

Linton Townes

#2 6-6 195 b. 11/30/59 James Madison '82 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 33rd pick, 1982. Departed: Traded to Cleveland for 1987 2nd round draft pick (Lester Fonville), 9/6/83. 1982-83

GP

MIN

55

516

FG

105

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

234 .449

9

25 .360

FT

28

FTA Pct.

38 .737

REB

65

AST

31

PF-DQ

81-0

ST

19

BL

5

PTS

247

Avg.

4.5

Gary Trent

#33 6-8 250 b. 9/22/74 Ohio '96 Acquired: Acquired from Milwaukee along with a 1997 first round pick in exchange for the rights to Shawn Respert, 6/28/95. Departed: Traded with Kenny Anderson 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

1995-96 69 1996-97 82 1997-98 41 Portland 192

MIN

1219 1918 1005 4142

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

220 429 361 674 177 359 758 1462

.513 .536 .493 .518

0 0 4 4

9 11 9 29

.000 .000 .444 .138

FT

78 160 113 351

FTA Pct.

141 229 163 533

.553 .699 .693 .658

REB

238 428 234 900

AST

50 87 58 195

PF-DQ

ST

116-0 25 186-2 48 115-2 27 417-4 100

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

11 518 35 882 19 471 65 1871

7.5 10.8 11.5 9.7

Bill Turner

#34 6-7 225 b. 2/18/44 Akron '67 Acquired: Acquired on waivers from Golden State, 10/10/72. Departed: Waived, 11/10/72. 1972-73

GP

2

MIN

8

FG

2

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

6 .333

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

2

AST

0

PF-DQ

3-0

ST

BL

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2.0

181

HISTORY

GP

1978-79 73 1979-80 1980-81 79 1981-82 79 1982-83 80 1983-84 79 1984-85 79 1985-86 82 Portland 551


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Evan Turner

#1 6-7 220 b. 10/27/88 Ohio State '10 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/7/16. Departed: Traded to Atlanta along with a TPE in exchange for Kent Bazemore. GP

2016-17 65 2017-18 79 2018-19 73 Portland 217

MIN

1658 2034 1605 5297

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

235 552 258 577 204 443 697 1572

.426 .447 .460 .443

31 118 .263 42 132 .318 11 52 .212 84 302 .278

FT

85 91 75 251

FTA Pct.

103 107 106 316

.825 .850 .708 .794

REB

247 244 328 819

AST

205 173 283 661

PF-DQ

ST

121- 53 163- 47 110- 33 394- 133

BL

PTS

24 586 29 649 18 494 71 1729

Avg.

9.0 8.2 6.8 9.9

Dave Twardzik

#13 6-1 180 b. 9/20/50 Old Dominion '72 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 26th selection, 1972, but signed with ABA; Signed as free agent 6/2/76. Departed: Retired because of injury, 1981. GP

1976-77 74 1977-78 75 1978-79 64 1979-80 67 Portland 280

MIN

1937 1820 1570 1594 6921

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

263 430 242 409 203 381 183 394 891 1614

.612 .592 .533 .464 .552

— — — 4 4

— — — — — — 7 .571 7 .571

FT

FTA Pct.

239 284 183 234 261 299 197 252 880 1069

.842 .782 .873 .782 .823

REB

202 134 119 156 611

AST

Ime Udoka

#5 6-5 220 b. 8/9/77 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 10/2/06. Departed: Free agent in 2007. 2006-07

GP

MIN

75 2144

FG

237

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

514 .461

89 219 .406

FT

66

FTA Pct.

89 .742

REB

279

PF-DQ

ST

247 228-6 128 244 186-2 107 176 185-5 84 273 149-2 77 940 748-15 396

BL

PTS

15 765 4 667 4 667 1 567 24 2666

Avg.

10.3 8.9 10.4 8.5 9.5

Portland State '00

AST

112

PF-DQ

207-2

ST

71

BL

17

PTS

207

Avg.

8.4

Darnell Valentine

#14 6-1 183 b. 2/3/59 Kansas '81 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 16th pick, 1981. Departed: Traded, along with 1988 2nd round draft pick (Tom Garrick) to Los Angeles Clippers for Boston’s 1986 1st round draft pick (Arvydas Sabonis) and 1988 2nd round draft pick (Rolando Ferreira), 1/14/86. GP

1981-82 82 1982-83 47 1983-84 68 1984-85 75 1985-86 28 Portland 300

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1387 187 453 1298 209 460 1893 251 561 2278 321 679 734 92 206 7590 1060 2359

.413 .454 .447 .473 .447 .449

0 0 0 0 1 1

9 1 3 2 3 18

.000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .056

FT

FTA Pct.

152 200 169 213 194 246 230 290 71 100 816 1049

.760 .793 .789 .793 .710 .778

REB

AST

149 270 117 293 127 395 219 522 72 139 684 1619

PF-DQ

187-1 139-1 179-1 189-1 78-0 772-4

ST

94 101 107 143 49 494

BL

PTS

3 526 5 587 6 696 5 872 1 256 20 2937

Avg.

6.4 12.5 10.2 11.6 9.1 9.8

Nick Van Exel

#19 6-1 190 b. 11/27/71 Cincinnati '93 Acquired: Traded by Golden State for Dale Davis and Dan Dickau, 7/20/04. Departed: Waived, 8/3/05. 2004-05

GP

MIN

53 1619

FG

214

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

561 .381 100 257 .389

FT

58

FTA Pct.

74 .784

REB

161

AST

227

PF-DQ

70-0

ST

44

BL

0

PTS

586

Avg.

11.1

Kiki Vandeweghe

#55 6-8 220 b. 8/1/58 UCLA '80 Acquired: Traded by Denver for Calvin Natt, Wayne Cooper, Lafayette Lever, a 1985 1st round draft pick (Blair Rasmussen) and a 1984 2nd round draft pick (Willie White), 6/8/84. Departed: Traded to New York for 1989 1st round pick (Byron Irvin), 2/23/89. GP

1984-85 72 1985-86 79 1986-87 79 1987-88 37 1988-89 18 Portland 285

MIN

FG

2502 618 2791 719 3029 808 1038 283 432 103 9792 2531

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1158 1332 1545 557 217 4809

.534 .540 .523 .508 .475 .526

11 33 1 8 39 81 22 58 16 38 89 218

FT

FTA Pct.

.333 369 412 .125 523 602 .481 467 527 .379 159 181 .421 29 33 .408 1547 1755

.896 .869 .886 .878 .879 .881

REB

228 216 251 109 35 839

AST

106 187 220 71 34 618

Bob Verga

#17 6-1 190 b. 9/7/45 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 12/26/73. Departed: Waived, 5/30/74. 1973-74

GP

21

MIN

216

FG

42

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

93 .452

FT

20

FTA Pct.

32 .625

REB

18

AST

17

#31 6-9 214 b. 2/15/59 Acquired: Drafted 4th round, 85th pick, 1981. Departed: Waived, 10/23/84. GP

MIN

FG

149 87 50 286

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

296 171 100 567

.503 .509 .500 .504

0 0 0 0

0 1 1 2

.000 .000 .000 .000

FT

51 21 17 89

FTA Pct.

72 31 25 128

.708 .677 .680 .695

REB

254 96 61 411

ST

116-0 37 161-0 54 137-0 52 68-0 21 40-0 7 522-0 171

BL

22 17 17 7 4 67

1616 1962 2122 747 251 6698

PTS

Avg.

BL

PTS

Avg.

22.4 24.8 26.9 20.2 13.9 23.5

Duke '67

Peter Verhoeven 1981-82 71 1207 1982-83 48 527 1983-84 43 327 Portland 162 2061

PF-DQ

AST

52 32 20 104

PF-DQ

22-0

ST

12

0

104

5.0

Fresno State '81 PF-DQ

215-4 95-2 75-0 385-6

ST

42 18 22 82

BL

22 9 11 42

PTS

349 195 117 661

Avg.

4.9 4.1 2.7 4.1

Noah Vonleh

#21 6-10 240 b. 8/24/95 Indiana '14 Acquired: Acquired, along with Gerald Henderson and a traded player exception, from Charlotte in exchange for Nicolas Batum, 6/24/15. Departed: Traded to Chicago, along with cash considerations, in exchange for the draft rights to Milovan Rakovic and a traded player exception, 2/8/18. GP

MIN

2015-16 78 1174 2016-17 74 1265 2017-18 33 476 Portland 185 2915

182

FG

117 130 47 294

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

278 270 96 644

.421 .481 .490 .457

11 7 2 20

46 20 6 72

.239 .350 .333 .278

FT

38 60 23 121

FTA Pct.

51 94 31 176

.745 .638 .742 .688

REB

305 387 167 859

AST

30 31 13 74

PF-DQ

152-1 154-3 42-1 348-5

ST

27 30 6 63

BL

26 27 11 64

PTS

283 327 119 729

Avg.

3.6 4.4 3.6 3.9


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Slavko Vranes

#29 7-5 260 b.1/30/83 Acquired: Signed to a 10-day contract, 1/5/04. Departed: Contract not renewed. 2003-04

GP

MIN

1

FG

3

0

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1 .000

0

0 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

0

Serbia-Montenegro

AST

0

PF-DQ

1-0

ST

0

BL

0

PTS

0

Avg.

0.0

Von Wafer

#24 6-5 210 b. 7/21/85 FSU '05 Acquired: Traded by Denver to Portland for Taurean Green, 2/21/08. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/01/08. 2007-08

GP

8

MIN

FG

64

7

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

23 .304

3

11 .272

FT

2

FTA Pct.

4 .500

REB

9

AST

2

PF-DQ

3-0

ST

0

BL

2

PTS

19

Avg.

2.4

Wally Walker

#42 6-7 190 b. 7/18/54 Virginia '76 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 5th selection, 1976. Departed: Traded to Seattle for Detroit’s 1978 1st round draft pick (Ron Brewer) and San Antonio’s 1979 2nd round draft pick (Andrew Fields), 11/11/77. 1976-77 1977-78 Portland

GP

66 9 75

MIN

627 101 728

FG

137 19 156

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

305 .449 41 .463 346 .451

— — —

— — —

— — —

FT

67 5 72

FTA Pct.

100 .670 8 .625 108 .667

REB

108 18 126

AST

51 8 59

PF-DQ

92-0 13-0 105-0

ST

14 2 16

BL

2 0 2

PTS

341 43 384

Avg.

5.2 4.8 5.1

Gerald Wallace

#3 6-7 220 b. 7/23/82 Alabama '01 Acquired: Traded by Charlotte in exchange for Joel Przybilla, Dante Cunningham, Sean Marks and two conditional first round picks, 2/24/11. Departed: Traded to New Jersey in exchange for Mehmet Okur, Shawne WIlliams and a 2012 protected first round pick, 3/15/12. 2010-11 2011-12 Portland

GP

MIN

23 821 42 1503 65 2324

FG

134 203 337

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

269 .498 430 .472 699 .482

27 80 .338 26 98 .265 53 178 .298

FT

69 125 194

FTA Pct.

90 .767 161 .776 251 .773

REB

175 277 452

AST

57 115 172

PF-DQ

ST

63-1 46 107-1 62 170-2 108

BL

15 25 40

PTS

364 557 921

Avg.

15.8 13.3 14.2

#30 6-11 230 b. 9/1/74 North Carolina '97 Acquired: Traded by Washington with Mitchell Butler in exchange for Harvey Grant and Rod Strickland, 7/15/96. Departed: Traded to Atlanta with Wesley Person in exchange for Shareef-Abdur-Rahim, Dan Dickau and Theo Ratliff, 2/9/04. GP

1996-97 62 1997-98 77 1998-99 49 1999-00 81 2000-01 77 2001-02 79 2002-03 74 2003-04 45 Portland 544

MIN

FG

1892 380 2896 466 1414 242 2845 542 2940 590 2963 603 2684 515 1675 296 19309 3634

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

681 875 476 1045 1178 1287 1094 669 7305

FT

FTA Pct.

.558 9 33 .273 169 265 .533 8 39 .205 184 278 .508 13 31 .419 131 179 .519 8 50 .160 233 331 .501 52 162 .321 245 320 .469 114 317 .360 201 274 .471 110 307 .358 200 272 .442 59 173 .341 115 155 .497 373 1112 .335 1478 2074

BRANDON ROY - 2006-11 Three-time NBA All-Star

REB

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

.638 419 74 198-1 48 59 .662 478 195 268-6 75 88 .732 241 60 175-6 48 54 .704 566 142 216-2 87 107 .766 602 212 206-2 90 135 .734 645 152 212-0 101 101 70 77 .735 548 153 223-2 .742 298 114 131-1 36 72 .712 3797 1102 1629-20 555 693

PTS

938 1124 628 1325 1477 1521 1340 766 9119

Avg.

15.1 14.6 12.8 16.4 19.2 19.3 18.1 17.0 16.8

JOEL PRZYBILLA - 2004-12

Fourth on all-time blocked shots list

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HISTORY

Rasheed Wallace


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Bill Walton

#32 6-11 225 b. 11/5/52 UCLA '74 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 1st pick, 1974. Departed: Signed by San Diego as veteran free agent, 5/13/79; Portland received as compensation Kermit Washington, Kevin Kunnert, a 1980 1st round draft pick (pick traded to New Jersey for Calvin Natt) and cash. GP

1974-75 35 1975-76 51 1976-77 65 1977-78 58 1978-79 Portland 209

MIN

1153 1687 2264 1929

FG

177 345 491 460

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

FT

FTA Pct.

345 .513 — — — 94 137 732 .471 — — — 133 228 930 .528 — — — 228 327 882 .522 — — — 177 246 —Missed season with stress fracture in foot— 7033 1473 2889 .510 — — — 632 938

.686 .583 .697 .720

REB

441 681 934 766

.674 2822

AST

PTS

Avg.

923 578-15 204 533 3578

17.1

167 220 245 291

PF-DQ

115-4 144-3 174-5 145-3

ST

BL

29 94 448 49 82 823 66 211 1210 60 146 1097

12.8 16.1 18.6 18.9

Kermit Washington

#42 6-8 230 b. 9/2/51 American Univ. '73 Acquired: Awarded from San Diego with Kevin Kunnert, 1980 1st round draft pick (pick traded to New Jersey for Calvin Natt) and cash as compensation for signing free agent Bill Walton, 9/18/79. Departed: Retired in 1982. Rights traded to Golden State for 1988 3rd round draft pick (Anthony Mason), 10/11/87. GP

MIN

1979-80 80 2657 1980-81 73 2120 1981-82 20 418 Portland 173 5195

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

421 761 325 571 38 78 784 1410

.553 .569 .487 .556

0 0 0 0

3 1 0 4

.000 .000 .000 .000

FT

231 181 24 436

FTA Pct.

360 288 41 689

REB

.642 842 .628 686 .585 117 .633 1645

AST

Earl Watson

#17 6-1 200 b. 6/12/79 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/11/13. Departed: Became a free agent., 7/1/14 2013-14

GP

24

MIN

161

FG

3

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

11 .273

2

7 .286

FT

4

FTA Pct.

4 1.000

REB

15

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

167 307-8 73 131 1073 149 258-5 85 86 831 29 56-0 9 16 100 345 621-13 167 233 2004

AST

28

13.4 11.4 5.0 11.6

UCLA '01 PF-DQ

33-0

ST

5

BL

1

17

0.5

Martell Webster

#8,23 6-7 235 b. 12/4/86 Seattle Prep (Wash.) Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 6th pick, 2005. Departed: Traded to Minnesota for Ryan Gomes and the draft rights to Luke Babbitt, 6/24/10. GP

2005-06 61 2006-07 82 2007-08 75 2008-09 1 2009-10 82 Portland 301

MIN

1070 1759 2132 5 2005 6972

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

139 348 195 492 277 656 0 1 259 639 870 2136

.399 65 182 .357 .396 91 250 .364 .422 123 317 .388 .000 0 1 .000 .405 124 332 .373 .407 403 1082 .372

FT

61 93 122 0 126 402

FTA Pct.

71 132 166 0 155 524

.859 .705 .735 .000 .813 .767

REB

130 240 296 0 268 934

AST

34 52 90 0 62 238

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

90-0 21 14 404 126-0 35 19 574 159-0 42 28 799 0-0 0 0 0 153-1 45 40 768 528-1 143 101 2545

Avg.

6.6 7.0 10.7 0.0 9.4 8.5

Bonzi Wells

#6 6-5 210 b. 9/28/76 Ball State '98 Acquired: Draft rights acquired from Detroit for 1999 1st round draft pick (Jumaine Jones), 6/21/99. Departed: Traded to Memphis for Wesley Person, 2004 conditional 1st round draft pick and cash considerations, 12/3/03. GP

1998-99 7 1999-00 66 2000-01 75 2001-02 74 2002-03 75 2003-04 13 Portland 310

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

35 11 20 .555 1 3 .333 1162 236 480 .492 20 53 .377 1995 387 726 .533 17 50 .340 2438 487 1039 .469 66 172 .384 2396 437 990 .441 38 130 .292 404 68 175 .389 1 8 .125 8340 1626 3430 .474 143 416 .344

FT

FTA Pct.

8 18 88 129 159 240 215 290 226 313 21 27 717 1017

REB

.444 9 .682 182 .663 367 .741 444 .722 394 .778 61 .705 1457

AST

3 97 208 204 246 35 793

PF-DQ

ST

5-0 1 153-3 69 203-1 94 208-0 113 220-2 123 38-0 20 827-6 420

BL

PTS

1 31 12 580 20 950 25 1255 18 1138 3 158 79 4112

Avg.

4.4 8.8 12.7 17.0 15.2 12.2 13.3

Ennis Whatley

#8 6-3 180 b. 8/11/62 Alabama '83 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 10/3/91. Departed: Became free agent, 7/1/92. Acquired: Signed to a 10-day contract, 1/30/97. Departed: Not re-signed. 1991-92 1996-97 Portland

GP

23 3 26

MIN

209 22 231

FG

21 2 23

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

51 .412 4 .500 55 .418

0 0 0

4 .000 0 .000 4 .000

FT

27 0 27

FTA Pct.

31 .871 0 .000 31 .871

REB

21 3 24

AST

34 3 37

Clinton Wheeler

#11 6-1 185 b. 10/27/59 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/28/89. Departed: Waived, 4/23/89. 1988-89

GP

20

MIN

211

FG

21

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

45 .467

0

1 .000

FT

7

FTA Pct.

10 .700

REB

19

AST

33

Sidney Wicks

#21 6-9 225 b. 9/19/49 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 2nd pick, 1971. Departed: Sold to Boston, 10/12/76. GP

1971-72 82 1972-73 80 1973-74 75 1974-75 82 1975-76 79 Portland 398

184

MIN

FG

3245 784 3152 761 2853 685 3162 692 3044 580 15456 3502

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

1837 1684 1492 1391 1201 7605

.427 .452 .459 .497 .483 .460

— — — — — —

— — — — — —

FT

FTA Pct.

— 441 621 — 384 531 — 314 412 — 394 558 — 345 512 — 1878 2634

REB

AST

PF-DQ

12-0 5-0 17-0

ST

14 0 14

BL

3 0 3

PTS

69 4 73

Avg.

3.0 1.3 2.8

William Patterson '81 PF-DQ

17-0

ST

19

BL

0

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

49

2.5

UCLA '71 PF-DQ

ST

BL

.710 943 350 186-1 — — .723 870 440 253-3 — — .762 684 326 214-2 90 63 .706 877 287 289-5 108 80 .674 712 244 250-5 77 53 .713 4086 1647 1192-16 275 196

2009 1906 1684 1778 1505 8882

24.5 23.8 22.5 21.7 19.1 22.3


GENERALTRAIL FORMER MANAGER BLAZERS Lenny Wilkens

#19 6-1 181 b. 10/28/37 Providence '60 Acquired: Playing rights transferred from Cleveland to Portland for cash, 10/7/74. Departed: Retired at end of 1974-75 season. 1974-75

GP

MIN

65 1161

FG

134

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

305 .439

FT

152

FTA Pct.

198 .768

REB

120

AST

235

PF-DQ

96-1

ST

77

BL

9

PTS

420

Avg.

6.5

Alvin Williams

#21 6-5 185 b. 8/6/74 Villanova '97 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 48th pick, 1997. Departed: Traded with Kenny Anderson and Gary Trent 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. 1997-98

GP

41

MIN

864

FG

109

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

238 .458

7

24 .292

FT

58

FTA Pct.

79 .734

REB

60

AST

83

PF-DQ

60-0

ST

30

BL

2

PTS

283

Avg.

6.9

Buck Williams

#52 6-8 225 b. 3/8/60 Maryland '82 Acquired: Traded by New Jersey for Sam Bowie and a 1989 1st round draft pick (Mookie Blaylock). Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/96. GP

1989-90 82 1990-91 80 1991-92 80 1992-93 82 1993-94 81 1994-95 82 1995-96 70 Portland 557

MIN

FG

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

2801 413 754 2582 358 595 2519 340 563 2498 270 528 2636 291 524 2422 309 604 1672 192 384 17130 2173 3952

.548 .602 .604 .511 .555 .512 .500 .550

0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3

0 0 1 1 1 2 3 8

FT

FTA Pct.

.000 288 408 .000 217 308 .000 221 293 .000 138 214 .000 201 296 .500 138 205 .667 125 187 .375 1328 1911

REB

.706 800 .705 751 .754 704 .645 690 .679 843 .673 669 .668 404 .695 4861

AST

PF-DQ

ST

BL

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

116 285-4 69 39 1114 97 247-2 47 47 933 108 244-4 62 41 901 75 270-0 81 61 678 80 239-1 58 47 783 78 254-2 67 69 757 42 187-1 40 47 511 596 1726-14 424 351 5677

13.6 11.7 11.3 8.3 9.7 9.2 7.3 10.2

Elliot Williams 2011-12

GP

24

MIN

149

FG

37

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

74 .500

8

27 .296

FT

6

FTA Pct.

18 .333

REB

19

AST

6

Mo Williams

#25 6-1 195 b. 12/19/82 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 8/8/13. Departed: Became a free agent, 7/1/14. 2013-14

GP

MIN

74 1833

FG

280

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

672 .417

83 225 .369

LaMARCUS ALDRIDGE - 2006-15 Franchise leader in total rebounds

FT

78

FTA Pct.

89 .876

REB

153

AST

321

PF-DQ

18-0

ST

6

BL

3

88

3.7

Alabama '03 PF-DQ

197-1

ST

55

BL

10

721

9.7

WESLEY MATTHEWS - 2010-15 Second on all-time three-point list

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HISTORY

#9 6-5 185 b. 6/20/89 Memphis '10 Acquired: Drafted 1st round, 22nd pick, 2010. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/13.


FORMER TRAIL BLAZERS OWNER Walt Williams

#42 6-8 230 b. 5/16/70 Maryland '92 Acquired: Traded from Toronto with Carlos Rogers and Damon Stoudamire for Kenny Anderson, Gary Trent and Alvin Williams plus two 1st round draft picks (Mirsad Turkan and Bryce Drew) and one 2nd round pick (Tyson Wheeler), 2/13/98. Departed: Traded to Houston with Stacey Augmon, Kelvin Cato, Ed Gray, Carlos Rogers and Brian Shaw for Scottie Pippen, 10/2/99. 1997-98 1998-99 Portland

GP

MIN

31 594 48 1044 79 1638

FG

85 147 232

FGA Pct. 3FG

225 .378 347 .424 572 .405

3AT

Pct.

31 90 .344 63 144 .438 94 234 .402

FT

59 89 148

FTA Pct.

65 .908 107 .832 172 .860

REB

82 143 225

AST PF-DQ

53 61-2 80 101-2 133 162-4

ST

19 37 56

BL

12 28 40

PTS

Avg.

PTS 19

Avg. 1.3

260 446 706

8.4 9.3 8.9

Nikita Wilson

#41 6-8 200 b. 2/25/64 LSU '87 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 30th pick, 1987. Departed: Elected to play in Europe, 1987. 1987-88

GP 15

MIN 54

FG7

FGA Pct. 3FG0 3AT0 .000 Pct. 23 .304

FT5

FTA6 .833 Pct.

REB 11

AST3

Dontonio Wingfield

#10 6-8 256 b. 6/23/74 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 10/5/95. Departed: Waived, 3/5/98. 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 Portland

GP

MIN

44 487 47 569 3 9 94 1065

FG

60 79 0 139

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

157 193 3 353

.382 .409 .000 .394

19 63 26 77 0 0 45 140

.302 .338 .000 .321

FT

26 27 1 54

FTA Pct.

34 40 2 76

.765 .675 .500 .711

REB

104 137 4 245

AST

28 45 0 73

PF-DQ 7-0

ST0

BL0

Cincinnati '96 PF-DQ

73-1 101-1 2-0 176-2

ST

20 14 0 34

BL

6 6 0 12

PTS

165 211 1 377

Avg.

3.8 4.5 0.3 4.0

Dave Wohl

#13 6-2 185 b. 11/2/49 Pennsylvania '71 Acquired: Traded by Philadelphia for Dale Schlueter, 10/2/72. Departed: Waived, 12/1/72. 1972-73

GP

22

MIN

393

FG

47

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

114 .412

FT

24

FTA Pct.

33 .727

REB

20

AST

68

Joe Wolf

#6 6-11 230 b. 12/17/64 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 12/5/92. Departed: Became free agent, 7/1/93. 1992-93

GP

21

MIN

156

FG

20

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

43 .465

0

1 .000

FT

12

FTA Pct.

14 .857

REB

45

AST

5

Qyntel Woods

#24 6-8 221 b. 2/16/81 Acquired: Drafted in 1st round, 21st pick, 2002. Departed: Waived, 1/18/05. GP

MIN

2002-03 53 334 2003-04 62 673 Portland 115 1007

FG

59 88 147

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

118 .500 237 .371 355 .414

3 10 13

9 .333 29 .345 38 .342

FT

7 38 45

FTA Pct.

20 .350 60 .633 80 .563

REB

53 136 189

AST

12 46 58

PF-DQ

45-0

ST

BL

PTS

118

Avg.

5.4

North Carolina '87 PF-DQ

22-0

ST

7

BL

0

PTS

52

Avg.

2.5

NE Mississippi CC PF-DQ

36-1 88-1 124-2

ST

15 20 35

BL

1 14 15

PTS

128 224 352

Avg.

2.4 3.6 3.1

Dorell Wright

#1 6-9 205 b. 12/2/85 South Kent Prep HS (CT) Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 7/10/13. Departed: Became an unrestricted free agent, 7/1/15. GP

MIN

2013-14 68 984 2014-15 48 592 Portland 116 1576

FG

111 72 183

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

297 .374 69 202 .342 190 .379 41 108 .380 487 .376 110 310 .355

FT

52 34 86

FTA Pct.

69 .754 42 .810 111 .775

REB

191 111 302

AST

64 41 105

Charles Yelverton

#11 6-2 190 b. 12/5/48 Acquired: Drafted 2nd round, 25th pick, 1971. Departed: Waived, 9/19/72. 1971-72

GP

MIN

69 1227

FG

206

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

530 .389

FT

133

FTA Pct.

188 .707

REB

201

AST

81

Danny Young

#21 6-4 175 b. 7/26/62 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 11/3/88. Departed: Waived, 1/7/92. GP

MIN

1988-89 48 952 1989-90 82 1393 1990-91 75 897 1991-92 18 134 Portland 223 3376

FG

115 138 103 16 372

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

250 328 271 40 889

.460 .421 .380 .400 .418

17 50 .340 16 59 .271 36 104 .346 3 10 .300 72 223 .323

FT

50 91 41 10 192

FTA Pct.

64 112 45 14 235

.781 .813 .911 .714 .817

REB

74 122 75 9 280

AST

123 231 141 20 515

Perry Young

#2 6-5 210 b. 8/4/63 Acquired: Signed as free agent, 2/24/87. Departed: Waived, 3/16/87. 1986-87

186

GP

4

MIN

52

FG

4

FGA Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct.

17 .235

0

0 .000

FT

0

FTA Pct.

0 .000

REB

7

PF-DQ

62-0 55-1 117-1

ST

23 20 43

BL

16 11 27

PTS

Avg.

PTS

Avg.

343 219 562

5.0 4.6 4.8

Fordham'71 PF-DQ

145-2

ST

BL

545

7.9

Wake Forest '84 PF-DQ

ST

50-0 55 84-0 82 49-0 50 6-0 6 189-0 193

BL

PTS

3 297 4 383 7 283 0 45 14 1008

Avg.

6.2 4.7 3.8 2.5 4.5

Virginia Tech '85

AST

7

PF-DQ

11-0

ST

4

BL

1

PTS

8

Avg.

2.0


Clyde Drexler is the all-time franchise leader in several statistical categories, including points scored (18,040) games played (867) and steals (1,795).


1970-71 OWNER

Left to right, first row: Leo Marty, Geoff Petrie, Walt Glimore, Ed Manning, Dale Schlueter, LeRoy Ellis, Ron Knight, Gary Gregor, Shaler Halimon, Rolland Todd. Second row: Dr. Frank Smith, Dr. Larry Mudrick, Stu Inman, Rick Adelman, Stan McKenzie, Jim Barnett, Claude English, Dan Trutanich, Bill Schonely, Harry Glickman.

IN REVIEW --- The Trail Blazers inaugural season was far more exciting for fans than the club's 29-53 finish indicates . . . The record was the best of the three 1970 NBA expansion teams (Buffalo was 22-60 and Cleveland 15-67) and was the second-best ever by a first-year franchise. Plenty of action was provided at both ends of the floor: Coach Rolland Todd's club had the league's fourth most productive offense, averaging 115.5 points a game behind only the world champion Milwaukee Bucks, Boston and Cincinnati, but the Blazers were dead last in points allowed, giving up 120.0 per contest. Combined, Portland and its opponents averaged 93 field goals, 206 field goal attempts and nearly 111 rebounds a game. The Blazers came on strong at the end of the season, winning six of their final seven and the last five in a row to match their longest victory streak. Among the memorable homecourt efforts was the 114-96 victory over the defending champion New York Knicks before the biggest crowd of the first season---12,086 on Jan. 9, a 123-111 win over eventual titlist Milwaukee on Feb. 2, and 137-125 over Northwest rival Seattle on Feb. 12. HONORS --- Geoff Petrie, Portland's 1st pick in the 1970 Draft, shared NBA Rookie of the Year honors with Boston's Dave Cowens after scoring 2,031 points and averaging 24.8 a game, seventh highest in the league . . . He became only the seventh rookie in history to top the 2,000-point mark . . .A unanimous 1st team pick on the NBA All-Rookie Team, Petrie was the first Blazer to be selected for the NBA All-Star Game. CHANGES --- Rolland Todd named first head coach April 2; Leo Marty became the first trainer. . . EXPANSION DRAFT: Rick Adelman, Jerry Chambers, LeRoy Ellis, Fred Hetzel, Joe Kennedy, Ed Manning, Stan McKenzie, Dorie Murrey, Pat Riley, Dale Schlueter, Larry Siegfried . . . KEY DRAFT PICKS: Geoff Petrie, Princeton (1st round), Ron Knight , L.A. State (5th) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Traded Larry Siegfried to San Diego for Jim Barnett, Jerry Chambers to Atlanta for Gary Gregor, 2nd round draft pick to Chicago for Shaler Halimon; sold Pat Riley to LA Lakers. Overall record: 29-53 (15th in league, 9th in conference, 5th in division) Home record: 18-21(13th in league) including "homecourt" win at McArthur Court in Eugene Road record: 9-28 (15th in league); Neutral court record: 2-3

1970-71 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS Geoff Petrie Jim Barnett LeRoy Ellis Stan McKenzie Rick Adelman Gary Gregor Shaler Halimon Dale Schlueter Ed Manning Dorie Murrey* Ron Knight Bill Stricker* Walt Gilmore Claude English Portland Opponents

G

82 78 74 82 81 44 79 80 79 2 52 1 27 18 82 82

St

68 74 71 29 60 35 23 12 2 0 21 0 9 1

Min

3032 2371 2581 2290 2303 1153 1629 1823 1558 20 662 2 261 70 19755 19755

* Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

188

FG

784 559 485 398 378 181 300 257 243 1 99 2 23 11 3721 3900

FGA

1770 1283 1095 902 895 421 775 527 559 6 230 3 54 42 8562 8333

Pct.

.443 .436 .443 .441 .422 .430 .387 .488 .435 .167 .430 .667 .426 .262 .435 .468

FT

FTA

463 600 326 402 209 261 331 396 267 369 59 89 107 161 143 218 75 93 9 11 19 38 0 0 12 26 5 7 2025 2671 2037 2758

Pct.

.772 .811 .801 .836 .724 .663 .665 .656 .806 .818 .500 .000 .462 .714 .758 .739

RB

280 376 907 309 282 334 415 629 411 7 167 0 73 20 4210 4885

Ast.

390 323 235 235 380 81 211 192 111 1 50 0 12 6 2227 2267

PF-dq

196-1 190-1 258-5 238-2 214-2 120-2 178-1 265-4 198-3 3-0 99-1 1-0 49-1 15-0 2024-23 2035-32

Points

2031 1444 1179 1127 1023 421 707 657 561 11 217 4 58 27 9467 9837

Avg.

24.8 18.5 15.9 13.7 12.6 9.6 8.9 8.2 7.1 5.5 4.2 4.0 2.1 1.5 115.5 120.0


Date Opponent Score 1. 10/16 Cleveland 115 -112 2. 10/18 Boston 115 -133 3. 10/20 Cleveland 120 -98 4. 10/23 @ Seattle 111 -141 5. 10/24 @ San Francisco 115 -118 6. 10/25 Chicago 116 -131 7. 10/27 Buffalo 119 -108 8. 10/30 Seattle 104 -115 9. 10/31 Buffalo 107 -102 10. 11/3 Los Angeles 108 -128 11. 11/5 Baltimore 135 -131 12. 11/6 San Francisco 103 -110 13. 11/8 New York 113 -125 14. 11/10 Cincinnati 121 -138 15. 11/11 @ Phoenix 100 -114 16. 11/12 Cleveland 103 -105 17. 11/14 Cleveland 126 -116 18. 11/16 San Diego 118 -136 19. 11/17 Buffalo 101 -102 20. 11/18 Atlanta 146 -131 21. 11/21 (n) Buffalo @Seattle 112 -108 22. 11/22 Milwaukee 104 -126 23. 11/24 @ Baltimore 104 -156 24. 11/25 @ Boston 115 -122 25. 11/27 @ Cleveland 111 -102 26. 11/28 @ Buffalo 95 -111 27. 11/29 @ Milwaukee 111 -124 28. 12/1 San Diego 114 -120 29. 12/4 Phoenix 121 -126 30. 12/6 @ Los Angeles 120 -131 31. 12/8 @ New York 121 -139 32. 12/9 @ Cleveland 109 -102 33. 12/11 @ Buffalo 120 -105 34. 12/12 @ Atlanta 101 -107 35. 12/15 Detroit 103 -111 36. 12/18 (n) S.F. @ San Diego 118 -122 37. 12/19 (n) S.D. @ Oakland 108 -118 38. 12/20 Philadelphia 132 -134 (ot) 39. 12/26 @ Phoenix 103 -115 40. 12/27 Boston 135 -123 41. 1/1 @ Seattle 118 -121 42. 1/2 Chicago 113 -136 43. 1/4 @ Cleveland 119 -106 44. 1/5 (n) Boston @ Phila. 124 -120 45. 1/6 @ Cincinnati 128 -133 (ot) 46. 1/8 @ Chicago 113 -105 47. 1/9 New York 114 -96 48. 1/14 @ Buffalo 113 -119 49. 1/19 @ Chicago 111 -123 50. 1/20 @ Buffalo 106 -126 51. 1/22 @ Detroit 123 -112 52. 1/23 @ Milwaukee 117 -142 53. 1/24 @ Buffalo 111 -123 54. 1/27 @ Cleveland 104 -118 55. 1/29 Phoenix 122 -131 56. 1/31 @ Los Angeles 120 -133 57. 2/2 Milwaukee 123 -111 58. 2/4 Atlanta 137 -123 59. 2/5 San Francisco 123 -117 60. 2/7 Cleveland 112 -103 61. 2/12 Seattle 137 -125 62. 2/16 Cincinnati (Eugene) 102 -109 63. 2/17 @ Seattle 126 -130 64. 2/18 Los Angeles 114 -136 65. 2/20 Philadelphia 105 -118 66. 2/21 Cleveland 123 -105 67. 2/23 @ Philadelphia 113 -119 68. 2/24 @ Atlanta 107 -118 69. 2/26 @ Baltimore 97 -114 70. 2/27 @ New York 102 -113 71. 3/2 @ Detroit 122 -128 72. 3/3 (n) Phila. @ Boston 104 -120 73. 3/5 @Cincinnati @ Omaha 111 -117 74. 3/7 @ San Diego 121 -135 75. 3/8 Buffalo 98 -114 76. 3/11 Baltimore 136 -118 77. 3/12 Detroit 129 -133 78. 3/14 Buffalo 122 -112 79. 3/19 Seattle 135 -128 80. 3/20 @ Buffalo 132 -129 81. 3/21 @ Cleveland 113 -110 82. 3/23 @ Cleveland 114 -112 (n) Neutral site *Includes 1-0 record at neutral sites. **Includes 1-3 record at neutral sites.

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Record Home Road 1-0 1 -0 1-1 1 -1 2-1 2 -1 2-2 0 -1 2-3 0 -2 2-4 2 -2 3-4 3 -2 3-5 3 -3 4-5 4 -3 4-6 4 -4 5-6 5 -4 5-7 5 -5 5-8 5 -6 5-9 5 -7 5-10 0 -3 5-11 5 -8 6-11 6 -8 6-12 6 -9 6-13 6 -10 7-13 7 -10 8-13 8 -11 8-14 8 -11 8-15 0 -4 8-16 0 -5 9-16 1 -5 9-17 1 -6 9-18 1 -7 9-19 8 -12 9-20 8 -13 9-21 1 -8 9-22 1 -9 10-22 2 -9 11-22 3 -9 11-23 3 -10 11-24 8 -14 11-25 3 -11 11-26 3 -12 11-27 8 -15 11-28 3 -13 12-28 9 -15 12-29 3 -14 12-30 9 -16 13-30 4 -14 14-30 5 -14 14-31 5 -15 15-31 6 -15 16-31 10 -16 16-32 6 -16 16-33 6 -17 16-34 6 -18 17-34 7 -18 17-35 7 -19 17-36 7 -20 17-37 7 -21 17-38 10 -17 17-39 7 -22 18-39 11 -17 19-39 12 -17 20-39 13 -17 21-39 14 -17 22-39 15 -17 22-40 15 -18 22-41 8 -23 22-42 15 -19 22-43 15 -20 23-43 16 -20 23-44 7 -24 23-45 7 -25 23-46 7 -26 23-47 7 -27 23-48 7 -28 23-49 7 -29 23-50 7 -30 23-51 7 -31 23-52 16 -21 24-52 17 -21 24-53 17 -22 25-53 18 -22 26-53 *19 -22 27-53 8 -31 28-53 9 -31 29-53 **10 -31

Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 31 Barnett 22 Ellis 26 Barnett 14 Manning 21 Ellis, Petrie 14 Manning 19 Petrie, McKenzie 8 Ellis 38 Petrie 16 Ellis 26 Petrie 11 Ellis 27 Petrie 26 Ellis 20 Barnett 16 Ellis 38 Barnett 11 Ellis 18 Barnett 14 Manning 30 Barnett 12 Ellis 23 Petrie 16 Ellis 40 Barnett 12 Ellis 23 Barnett 14 Barnett 27 Petrie 9 Ellis 27 Barnett 12 Ellis 29 Barnett 14 Ellis 24 Barnett 8 Halimon 24 Petrie 19 Ellis 34 Barnett 16 Ellis 28 Ellis, Halimon 19 Ellis 17 McKenzie 12 Ellis 22 Petrie 9 Halimon 28 Petrie 11 Ellis 20 Barnett 9 Ellis, Halimon 23 Halimon 14 Schlueter 27 Petrie 25 Ellis 27 Barnett 17 Ellis 33 Petrie 12 Schlueter 29 Ellis 17 Ellis 30 Petrie 21 Ellis 25 Petrie, Barnett 9 Ellis, Schlueter 25 Petrie 14 Ellis 33 Barnett 9 Schlueter, Gregor 20 Barnett 17 Ellis 23 Petrie 13 Ellis 25 Ellis 10 Ellis 31 Barnett 13 Barnett 32 Petrie 11 Schlueter 31 Petrie 15 Ellis 40 Petrie 9 Ellis, Schlueter 32 Petrie 11 Schlueter 39 Petrie 13 Schlueter 28 Petrie 17 Schlueter 32 Petrie 21 Schlueter 27 Petrie 11 Schlueter 32 Barnett 12 Ellis 23 Petrie 15 Ellis 27 Ellis 10 Ellis 35 Barnett 10 Schlueter 28 Petrie 13 Gregor 20 Schlueter 13 Schlueter 28 Petrie 9 Gregor 29 Petrie 13 Manning 27 Barnett 17 Ellis 24 Barnett, Ellis 10 Gregor 27 Barnett 11 Gregor 27 Ellis 17 Ellis 25 Petrie 20 Ellis, Gregor 24 Petrie 13 Halimon 43 Petrie 10 Ellis, Gregor 31 Petrie 16 Ellis 26 Petrie 13 Schlueter 36 Petrie 11 Ellis 33 Ellis 20 Ellis 38 Petrie 11 Adelman 43 Petrie 13 Ellis 26 Barnett 15 Schlueter 28 Petrie 16 Schlueter 25 Petrie 11 Schlueter, Gregor 41 Petrie 12 Schlueter 19 Barnett 10 Ellis 25 Petrie 16 Gregor 40 Petrie 11 Ellis, Schlueter 20 Petrie 9 Ellis, Schlueter 30 Petrie 14 Gregor 33 Petrie 17 Ellis 21 Petrie 17 Schlueter 46 Petrie 18 Ellis 31 Petrie 15 Ellis 23 Petrie 12 Knight 37 Petrie 18 Ellis

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GENERAL MANAGER 1970-71


OWNER 1971-72

Left to right, first row: Larry Steele, Geoff Petrie, Jim Marsh, Ron Knight, Darrall Imhoff, Dale Schlueter, Sidney Wicks, Gary Gregor, Stan McKenzie, Charles Yelverton, Rick Adelman. Second row: Leo Marty, Mike Hope, John White, Dr. Frank Smith, Dan Trutanich, Stu Inman, Rolland Todd, Bill Schonely, Dr. Larry Mudrick, Berlyn Hodges, George Rickles, Harry Glickman.

IN REVIEW --- Director of Player Personnel Stu Inman took over the reins of the club as interim coach when second-year head man Rolland Todd was dismissed on February 3 . . . At that juncture, the Trail Blazers were 12-44and had lost nine in a row . . . The Blazers finished with an 18-64 mark (last in the league) after going 29-52 in their inaugural campaign . . . Portland was just 4-37 away from home and lost its last 18 road outings . . . The Trail Blazers ranked 15th among the league's 17 teams in offensive production, averaging 106.8 ppg, and were last in defensive prowess, giving up 116.5 ppg . . . Highlights of the season came in mid-December when Portland pulled out overtime wins on the road three nights apart, coming from behind to defeat the Pistons in Detroit, 131-130, and then winning in Buffalo 101-100 . . . The Blazers salved some of the wounds from an otherwise disappointing year when they routed the N.Y Knicks, 133-88, in their final home outing March 18. HONORS --- Sidney Wicks, Portland's first choice (No. 2 overall) in the 1971 NBA Draft, became the second Blazer in a row to earn Rookie of the Year honors . . . The All-American forward out of UCLA also became the eighth rookie in league history to top 2,000 points (2,009), after teammate Geoff Petrie did it the year before . . . He averaged 24.5 ppg, 12th highest among the league leaders . . . Stan McKenzie ranked ninth in free throw percentage (.831) .. . . Wicks was a unanimous pick on the 1971-72 All-Rookie team and the second Blazer to participate in the NBA All-Star Game. CHANGES --- Stu Inman is named interim coach on February 3, replacing Rolland Todd . . . KEY DRAFT PICKS: Sidney Wicks, UCLA (1st round), Charles Yelverton, Fordham (2nd), Larry Steele, Kentucky (3rd), Bill Smith, Syracuse (3rd) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Traded Jim Barnett to San Francisco for three draft picks---one future (Charles Yelverton, Bill Smith, Dave Twardzik), LeRoy Ellis to LA Lakers for a future draft pick (Ollie Johnson). Overall record: 18-64 (17th in league, 9th in conference, 5th in division) Home record: 13-27 (16th in league); Road record: 4-37 (17th in league); Neutral court record: 0-1

1971-72 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS Sidney Wicks Geoff Petrie Stan McKenzie Dale Schlueter Gary Gregor Rick Adelman Bill Smith Charlie Yelverton Willie McCarter* Ron Knight Larry Steele Jim Marsh Darral Imhoff Portland Opponents

G

82 60 82 81 82 80 22 69 39 49 72 39 40 82 82

St

82 57 30 69 52 70 10 6 2 0 32 0 0

Min

3245 2155 2036 2693 2371 2445 448 1227 612 483 1311 375 404 19805 19805

* Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

190

FG

784 465 410 353 399 329 72 206 103 112 148 39 42 3462 3841

FGA

1837 1115 834 672 884 753 173 530 257 257 308 117 103 7840 7906

Pct.

.427 .417 .492 .525 .451 .437 .416 .389 .401 .436 .481 .333 .408 .442 .486

FT

FTA

441 621 202 256 315 379 241 326 114 151 151 201 38 64 133 188 37 55 31 62 70 97 41 59 21 35 1835 2494 1875 2499

Pct.

.710 .789 .831 .739 .755 .751 .594 .707 .673 .500 .722 .695 .600 .736 .750

RB

943 133 272 860 591 229 135 201 43 116 282 84 107 3996 4439

Ast.

350 248 148 285 187 413 19 81 45 33 161 30 50 2090 2312

PF-dq

186-1 108-0 240-2 277-3 201-2 209-2 73-3 145-2 58-0 52-0 198-8 50-0 76-1 1873-24 1903-19

Points

2009 1132 1135 947 912 809 182 545 243 255 366 119 105 8759 9557

Avg.

24.5 18.9 13.8 11.7 11.1 10.1 8.3 7.9 6.2 5.2 5.1 3.1 2.6 106.8 116.5


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Date Opponent Score Record Home 10/15 Seattle 88 -119 L 0-1 0 -1 10/17 Milwaukee 94 -127 L 0-2 0 -2 10/19 Detroit 99 -101 L 0-3 0 -3 10/23 Cincinnati 104 -100 W 1-3 1 -3 10/26 Chicago 111 -123 L 1-4 1 -4 10/29 Buffalo 119 -120 L 1-5 1 -5 11/4 @ Houston 112 -110 W 2-5 11/6 @ Boston 109 -124 L 2-6 11/7 @ Cleveland 99 -120 L 2-7 11/9 @ Buffalo 100 -109 L 2-8 11/10 @ Detroit 122 -139 L 2-9 11/12 Cleveland 104 -106 L 2-10 1 -6 11/13 Los Angeles 108 -130 L 2-11 1 -7 11/16 Milwaukee 105 -125 L 2-12 1 -8 11/18 @ Golden State 105 -115 L 2-13 11/19 Cleveland 118 -105 W 3-13 2 -8 11/20 Seattle 100 -104 L 3-14 2 -9 11/23 @ Chicago 94 -130 L 3-15 11/24 @ Cincinnati 112 -114 L 3-16 11/26 @ Milwaukee 105 -120 L 3-17 11/27 @ Philadelphia 93 -116 L 3-18 11/30 Phoenix 111 -121 (ot) L 3-19 2 -10 12/1 @ Phoenix 103 -139 L 3-20 12/3 Golden State 115 -107 W 4-20 3 -10 12/5 @ Los Angeles 107 -123 L 4-21 12/7 @ Detroit 131 -130 (ot) W 5-21 12/8 @ Baltimore 97 -115 L 5-22 12/10 @ Buffalo 101 -100 (ot) W 6-22 12/11 @ New York 102 -134 L 6-23 12/14 Los Angeles 114 -129 L 6-24 3 -11 12/17 Philadelphia 127 -126 W 7-24 4 -11 12/18 @ Seattle 105 -107 L 7-25 12/19 Detroit 114 -113 W 8-25 5 -11 12/21 Houston 119 -132 L 8-26 5 -12 12/23 New York 117 -120 L 8-27 5 -13 12/25 Chicago 88 -109 L 8-28 5 -14 12/27 @ Atlanta 121 -135 L 8-29 12/28 @ Cleveland 111 -112 L 8-30 12/29 @ Milwaukee 84 -123 L 8-31 12/30 @ Chicago 92 -117 L 8-32 1/2 Buffalo 108 -90 W 9-32 6 -14 1/4 Atlanta 91 -103 L 9-33 6 -15 1/6 @ Golden State 115 -119 L 9-34 1/7 Boston 114 -120 L 9-35 6 -16 1/8 Cleveland 125 -102 W 10-35 7 -16 1/11 Baltimore 114 -106 W 11-35 8 -16 1/14 @ Buffalo 102 -100 W 12-35 1/15 @ Chicago 100 -120 L 12-36 1/16 @ Milwaukee 97 -126 L 12-37 1/21 @ Philadelphia 122 -136 L 12-38 1/22 @ Baltimore 99 -116 L 12-39 1/23 @ Boston 105 -115 L 12-40 1/25 @ Houston 104 -118 L 12-41 1/28 Golden State 102 -105 L 12-42 8 -17 1/30 @ Los Angeles 131 -153 L 12-43 2/1 Phoenix 117 -129 L 12-44 8 -18 2/4 Houston 114 -113 W 13-44 9 -18 2/5 Phoenix 117 -118 (ot) L 13-45 9 -19 2/6 @ Phoenix 94 -107 L 13-46 2/8 Cincinnati 104 -100 W 14-46 10 -19 2/11 Philadelphia 110 -106 W 15-46 11 -19 2/12 @ Seattle 97 -125 L 15-47 2/13 Seattle 117 -127 (ot) L 15-48 11 -20 2/15 Boston 104 -111 L 15-49 11 -21 2/18 @ Los Angeles 114 -125 L 15-50 2/19 Los Angeles 94 -115 L 15-51 11 -22 2/20 @ Seattle 105 -109 L 15-52 2/22 @ New York 105 -122 L 15-53 2/23 @ Cincinnati 106 -110 L 15-54 2/25 @ Cleveland 104 -113 L 15-55 2/27 @ Atlanta 110 -113 L 15-56 2/29 Chicago 92 -116 L 15-57 11 -23 3/3 Baltimore 80 -90 L 15-58 11 -24 3/4 Atlanta 101 -120 L 15-59 11 -25 3/7 Buffalo 98 -94 W 16-59 12 -25 3/9 (n) Houston @ Seattle111-114 L 16-60 12 -26 3/14 Milwaukee 98 -109 L 16-61 12 -27 3/16 @ Golden State 94 -107 L 16-62 3/17 Golden State 114 -109 W 17-62 13 -27 3/18 New York 133 -86 W 18-62 *14 -27 3/21 @ Phoenix 128 -160 L 18-63 3/26 @ Houston 109 -131 L 18-64 (n) Neutral site game *Includes 0-1 record at neutral site.

Road

1 -0 1 -1 1 -2 1 -3 1 -4

1 1 -6 1 -7 1 -8 1 -9 1 -10 1 -11 2 -11 2 -12 3 -12 3 -13 3 -14

3 -15 3 -16 3 -17 3 -18 3 -19

4 -19 4 -20 4 -21 4 -22 4 -23 4 -24 4 -25 4 -26

4 -27 4 -28 4 -29 4 -30 4 -31 4 -32 4 -33 4 -34

4 -35 4 -36 4 -37

Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 22 McKenzie 12 Schlueter 23 Wicks 9 Wicks 25 McKenzie 11 Wicks 34 Wicks 15 Wicks 24 Wicks 15 Wicks 28 Wicks 10 Smith 31 Wicks 11 Wicks 25 Wicks 13 Schlueter 13 McCarter 11 Smith 34 Wicks 12 Wicks 31 Wicks 8 Wicks, Gregor 18 Schlueter 13 Schlueter 33 Wicks 12 Smith 20 Wicks 13 Smith -5 29 Wicks 10 Wicks, Yelverton 15 Wicks 31 McKenzie 27 Wicks 9 Smith 23 Wicks 9 Smith, Wicks 29 McKenzie 17 Wicks 30 Wicks 11 Wicks 22 Wicks 12 Schlueter 23 Wicks 16 Schlueter 27 Wicks 10 Gregor 35 Petrie 16 Schlueter 20 Gregor 16 Wicks 36 Petrie 16 Wicks, Schlueter 24 Wicks 10 Schlueter 28 Petrie 14 Wicks 16 McCarter 11 Schlueter 31 Wicks 19 Schlueter 28 Gregor 12 Wicks 28 Wicks 17 Wicks 26 Wicks 17 Wicks 24 Wicks,McKenzie 14 Gregor 27 McKenzie 12 Wicks 24 Wicks 19 Schlueter 23 Petrie 15 Schlueter 26 Petrie 11 Wicks 18 Schlueter 12 Schlueter 23 Wicks 14 Wicks 30 Wicks 13 Gregor 22 Wicks 16 Schlueter 29 Wicks 19 Wicks 24 Petrie 15 Gregor 22 Petrie 19 Wicks 25 Petrie, Gregor 17 Schlueter 28 Wicks 11 Schlueter 21 Petrie 9 Gregor 25 Wicks 16 Wicks 30 Wicks 20 Schlueter 19 Wicks 10 Wicks 25 Wicks 13 Wicks 30 Wicks 16 Wicks 25 Wicks 25 Wicks 22 McKenzie 11 Schlueter 25 Petrie 18 Schlueter 30 Wicks 9 Schlueter, Gregor 32 Wicks 16 Wicks 33 Petrie 17 Schlueter 30 Petrie 12 Schlueter 28 Wicks 7 Schlueter, Steele 21 Wicks 9 Imhoff 32 Wicks 14 Schlueter 30 Wicks 12 Schlueter 24 Adelman 11 Wicks 23 Wicks 22 Wicks 24 Wicks 15 Wicks 21 Wicks, Petrie 9 Schlueter 30 Wicks 13 Schlueter 29 Petrie 12 Wicks 32 Wicks 15 Schlueter 20 Wicks, Petrie 13 Wicks 28 Wicks 20 Schlueter 24 Wicks 12 Wicks 24 Wicks 13 Schlueter 30 Wicks 14 Wicks 28 Wicks 8 Wicks 28 Wicks 16 Wicks 39 Petrie 23 Wicks 30 Wicks 14 Schlueter 31 Wicks 7 Wicks, Schlueter 26 Petrie 16 Schlueter

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GENERAL MANAGER 1971-72


OWNER 1972-73

Left to right, first row: Jack McCloskey, Charlie Davis, Greg Smith, Bob Davis, Terry Dischinger, LaRue Martin, Geoff Petrie, Harry Glickman, Sidney Wicks, Bill Smith, Lloyd Neal, Larry Steele, Ollie Johnson, Rick Adelman, Berlyn Hodges. Second row: Mike Hope, Bill Schonely, John White, Dr. Larry Mudrick, Wally Scales, George Rickles, Dr. Frank Smith, Leo Marty. Not pictured: Stu Inman, Neil Johnston.

IN REVIEW --- Under new head coach Jack McCloskey, the Blazers struggled to a 21-61 finish and won just 13 times at home . . . But Portland, with two of the league's top-10 scorers (Geoff Petrie, 24.9 ppg, and Sidney Wicks, 23.8 ppg) providing the punch, played an upbeat, fastbreak brand of basketball that helped boost home attendance by more than 1,000 a game over the previous season. Portland's rivalry with its neighbor to the north, Seattle, helped fuel fan interest. The two teams split their six-game series, with all six contests down-to-the-wire affairs. A pair of home wins during a three-night span helped get the Blazers faithful buzzing. On March 16, Portland posted a season-high point total in a 141-128 rout of Houston fired by Petrie's second 51-point game of the season. Two nights later, the Blazers rallied to clip the eventual world champion New York Knicks, 99-96, with Petrie getting 34 points. HONORS --- Lloyd Neal, Portland's fifth selection (3rd round, 31st pick overall) in the 1972 Draft, was named to the NBA All-Rookie team . . . Neal, at 6-7 and 225, started 81 games at center and led the team in rebounding (11.8 rpg), and finished third in scoring (13.4 ppg) . . . Geoff Petrie, who topped the team in scoring (24.9 ppg), ranked seventh in the NBA and Sidney Wicks (23.8 ppg) ninth . . . Petrie registered a team record 51 points twice, both times against the Houston Rockets . . . Wicks made his second straight NBA All Star Game appearance, scoring 13 points. CHANGES --- Jack McCloskey is named head coach on April 3 and Neil Johnston becomes Portland's first assistant coach . . . KEY DRAFT PICKS: LaRue Martin, Loyola-Chicago (1st round), Bob Davis, Weber State (2nd), Dave Twardzik, Old Dominion (2nd), Ollie Johnson, Temple (2nd), Lloyd Neal, Tennessee State (3rd). . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Acquired Terry Dischinger from Detroit in a three-way exchange involving Philadelphia; Traded Dale Schlueter to Philadelphia for Dave Wohl, Stan McKenzie to Houston for Greg Smith. Overall record: 21-61 (tie, 15th in league, 9th in conference, 5th in division) Home record: 13-28 (16th in league), Road record: 8-33 (16th in league)

1972-73 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS Geoff Petrie Sidney Wicks Lloyd Neal Ollie Johnson Charlie Davis Greg Smith Rick Adelman Terry Dischinger Larry Steele Stan McKenzie* Dave Wohl* LaRue Martin Bill Smith Bill Turner* Bob Davis Portland Opponents

G

79 80 82 78 69 72 76 63 66 7 22 77 8 2 9 82 82

St

77 80 81 54 11 18 37 13 35 0 3 1 0 0 0

Min

3134 3152 2723 2138 1333 1569 1822 970 1301 107 393 996 43 8 41 19730 19730

* Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

192

FG

836 761 455 308 243 229 214 161 159 13 47 145 9 2 6 3588 3709

FGA

1801 1684 921 620 590 469 525 338 329 36 114 366 15 6 28 7842 7780

Pct.

.464 .452 .494 .497 .412 .488 .408 .476 .483 .361 .412 .396 .600 .333 .214 .458 .477

FT

FTA

298 383 384 531 187 293 156 206 126 161 75 128 73 102 64 96 71 89 14 16 24 33 50 77 5 8 0 0 4 6 1531 2129 1800 2327

Pct.

.778 .723 .638 .757 .783 .586 .716 .667 .798 .875 .727 .649 .625 .000 .667 .719 .774

RB

273 870 967 417 111 375 157 190 154 21 20 358 8 2 5 3928 4236

Ast.

350 440 146 200 175 117 294 103 156 8 68 42 1 0 2 2102 2271

PF-dq

163-2 253-3 305-6 166-0 174-6 210-8 155-2 125-1 181-4 15-1 45-0 162-0 8-0 3-0 5-0 1970-33 1885-18

Points

1970 1906 1097 772 612 533 501 386 389 40 118 340 23 4 16 8707 9218

Avg.

24.9 23.8 13.4 9.9 8.9 7.4 6.6 6.1 5.9 5.7 5.4 4.4 2.9 2.0 1.8 106.2 112.4


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. 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 10/13 10/14 10/17 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/24 10/27 10/29 11/2 11/4 11/6 11/12 11/14 11/17 11/18 11/21 11/22 11/25 11/26 11/28 11/29 12/2 12/5 12/6 12/8 12/9 12/10 12/12 12/15 12/16 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/22 12/25 12/26 12/29 12/30 1/2 1/4 1/5 1/7 1/9 1/12 1/15 1/16 1/17 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/11 2/13 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/23 2/24 2/25 2/27 3/2 3/4 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/13 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/23 3/25 3/26

Opponent Seattle Phoenix Milwaukee @ Los Angeles Golden State @ Seattle Atlanta Chicago Detroit @ Golden State Los Angeles New York K.C.-Omaha Cleveland Golden State Seattle @ New York @ Boston @ Philadelphia @ Cleveland @ Detroit @ K.C.-Omaha Atlanta @ Atlanta @ Baltimore @ Houston @ Phoenix @ Los Angeles Milwaukee @ Seattle Boston @ K.C. Omaha @ Chicago @ Milwaukee Chicago Seattle @ Los Angeles @ Phoenix Phoenix K.C.-Omaha @ Golden State Philadelphia Detroit Baltimore @ Buffalo @ Detroit @ Chicago @ Boston @ Milwaukee @ Houston Phoenix @ Phoenix Houston K.C.-Omaha Seattle @ Golden State Philadelphia Baltimore Buffalo Boston Los Angeles @ Phoenix @ New York @ Cleveland @ Baltimore @ Philadelphia Chicago Cleveland Detroit Los Angeles @ Atlanta @ Milwaukee @ Buffalo Golden State Houston New York @ K.C.-Omaha @ Chicago @ Detroit @ Seattle Buffalo Milwaukee

Score 84 -92 120 -124 111 -108 104 -126 97 -104 119 -120 (ot) 110 -118 95 -118 111 -119 104 -118 120 -134 95 -111 102 -100 100 -91 105 -97 100 -102 80 -108 107 -126 117 -106 105 -102 116 -120 102 -110 103 -106 121 -122 102 -115 108 -114 97 -116 101 -137 94 -115 96 -95 116 -123 95 -113 109 -100 104 -123 97 -127 116 -113 92 -116 99 -106 104 -107 104 -87 83 -108 135 -102 96 -101 93 -105 100 -120 101 -112 89 -100 99 -117 105 -108 130 -115 116 -120 117 -109 120 -123 97 -105 117 -118 111 -123 116 -105 97 -102 120 -100 105 -112 103 -110 119 -118 106 -110 102 -121 110 -128 111 -115 110 -125 106 -92 109 -113 102 -114 129 -135 96 -116 101 -106 101 -109 141 -128 99 -96 105 -106 109 -123 109 -122 118 -112 113 -107 (ot) 99 -118

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Record 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-11 2-11 3-11 4-11 4-12 4-13 4-14 5-14 6-14 6-15 6-16 6-17 6-18 6-19 6-20 6-21 6-22 6-23 7-23 7-24 7-25 8-25 8-26 8-27 9-27 9-28 9-29 9-30 10-30 10-31 11-31 11-32 11-33 11-34 11-35 11-36 11-37 11-38 12-38 12-39 13-39 13-40 13-41 13-42 13-43 14-43 14-44 15-44 15-45 15-46 16-46 16-47 16-48 16-49 16-50 16-51 17-51 17-52 17-53 17-54 17-55 17-56 17-57 18-57 19-57 19-58 19-59 19-60 20-60 21-60 21-61

Home 0 -1 0 -2 1 -2 1 -3 1 -4 1 -5 1 -6 1 -7 1 -8 2 -8 3 -8 4 -8 4 -9

4 -10

4 -11 4 -12

4 -13 5 -13 5 -14 6 -14 7 -14 7 -15 7 -16

7 -17 7 -18 7 -19 7 -20 8 -20 8 -21 9 -21 9 -22 9 -23

9 -24 10 -24 10 -25 10 -26

10 -27 11 -27 12 -27

13 -27 13 -28

Road

0 -1 0 -2

0 -3

0 -4 0 -5 1 -5 2 -5 2 -6 2 -7 2 -8 2 -9 2 -10 2 -11 2 -12 3 -12 3 -13 4 -13 4 -14 4 -15 4 -16 4 -17

4 -18 4 -19 4 -20 4 -21 4 -22 5 -22 6 -22

6 -23

7 -23 7 -24 7 -25 7 -26 7 -27

7 -28 7 -29 7 -30

7 -31 7 -32 7 -33 8 -33

Scoring Leader 26 Wicks 30 Petrie 33 Wicks 16 Adelman,Dischinger 28 Wicks 29 Petrie 31 Wicks 30 Petrie 31 Wicks 30 Wicks 26 Wicks, Petrie 21 Wicks 29 Neal 27 Wicks 25 Wicks, Petrie 27 Wicks 17 O.Johnson 23 Wicks 30 Wicks 27 Petrie 39 Petrie 23 Petrie 30 Petrie 39 Petrie 36 Petrie 34 Petrie 20 C.Davis 18 Petrie 17 C.Davis 29 Petrie 38 Petrie 23 Wicks 31 Wicks 32 Wicks 24 Petrie 38 Wicks 17 Wicks 32 Wicks 33 Wicks 23 Wicks 22 Wicks 29 Petrie 35 Petrie 30 Petrie 25 Wicks 29 Wicks 21 Petrie 20 Petrie 31 Wicks 51 Petrie 33 Wicks 33 Petrie 28 Wicks 26 Wicks 31 Wicks 42 Petrie 33 Neal 30 Petrie 25 Petrie 31 Petrie 27 Petrie 23 Petrie 31 Wicks 22 Petrie 25 Wicks 30 Wicks 26 Petrie 27 Wicks 24 Petrie, Neal 26 Wicks 22 Petrie 14 Wicks, Steele 33 Wicks 33 Petrie 51 Petrie 34 Petrie 26 Wicks 32 Petrie 27 Wicks 41 Petrie 39 Petrie 29 Petrie

Rebounding Leader 15 Neal 14 Wicks 14 Wicks 13 Wicks 17 Neal 14 Neal, O.Johnson 12 Neal 11 Neal, Martin 16 Wicks 15 Wicks 16 Neal 12 O.Johnson 13 Wicks 18 Neal 16 Wicks 17 Neal 12 Neal, O.Johnson 15 Wicks 20 Neal 13 Wicks 10 Neal 15 Neal 15 Wicks 14 Neal 17 Neal 12 Neal 16 Neal 6 Neal,G.Smith,O.Johnson 11 Neal 13 Neal, Wicks 10 Wicks 11 Neal 22 Wicks 10 Wicks, Neal 7 Wicks, G.Smith 11 G.Smith 17 Wicks 11 Wicks 13 Wicks, Martin 17 Neal 15 Wicks 22 Wicks 18 Wicks 21 Neal 17 Neal 14 Neal, Wicks 12 Neal 14 Wicks 16 Neal 15 Wicks 12 Wicks 13 Martin 12 Neal 15 Wicks 13 Wicks 15 Neal 13 Neal, Wicks 14 Neal 18 Neal 15 Neal 22 Neal 12 Neal 10 Neal 10 Wicks,Neal,Dischinger 10 Wicks 12 Neal 8 Wicks 18 Neal 18 Neal 17 Neal, Wicks 9 Neal 11 G.Smith 11 Wicks, Neal 16 Wicks 9 Neal 18 Wicks 11 Neal 13 Neal 9 Wicks 20 Neal 12 G.Smith 10 G.Smith, Neal

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1972-73

GENERAL MANAGER 1972-73


OWNER 1973-74

Left to right, first row: Harry Glickman, John Johnson, Larry Steele, Greg Smith, Geoff Petrie, Ollie Johnson, Jack McCloskey. Second row: Wally Scales, Neil Johnston, Sidney Wicks, LaRue Martin, Rick Roberson, Lloyd Neal, Stu Inman, Dr. Larry Mudrick. Third row: Berlyn Hodges, John White, George Rickles, Bernie Fryer, Mark Sibley, Bill Schonely, Dr. Frank Smith, Leo Marty.

IN REVIEW --- The Blazers, in their fourth NBA season, improved by six games in the win column over the previous campaign but were still near the bottom of the league with a 27-55 record. Portland's one-two scoringpunch of Geoff Petrie and Sidney Wicks added some luster to the season along with third-year guard-forward Larry Steele, who became the club's first NBA statistical leader. Petrie finished eighth in the NBA scoring race with a 24.3 ppg average and Wicks 11th (22.5). The quickhanded Steele averaged 2.68 steals a game to lead the league in that category. Jack McCloskey's club put together two good runs, opening the season by winning seven of their first 11 outings, then then took eight of 12 beginning in mid-December. But the road bugaboo continued to plague the Blazers. They won only five times all year away from home and in one stretch lost a club record 21 straight on the road. Biggest success came on opening night in Memorial Coliseum when the Blazers crunched the eventual Central Division champion Capital (Washington) Bullets, 132-87. On November 3, a crowd of 12,086 turned out to watch Portland defeat the defending NBA champion New York Knicks, 107-104. It was the first plus-12,000 crowd in franchise history. HONORS --- Sidney Wicks and Geoff Petrie were selected to represent Portland in the NBA All Star Game . . . Wicks, making his third straight All Star appearance, scored 16 points, and Petrie, in his second All Star Game, eight points . . . Larry Steele was the NBA leader in steals with 217 (a 2.68 per game average) . . . With Steele leading the way, Portland topped the league in swipes with 797. CHANGES --- KEY ROSTER MOVES: Acquired John Johnson, Rick Roberson and a 1973 1st round draft pick (Barry Parkhill, Virginia) from Cleveland in exchange for 973 1st round and 3rd round draft picks; Traded Rick Adelman to Chicago for cash and a 1974 2nd round draft choice (Phil Lumpkin). Overall record: 27-55 (16th in league, 9th in conference, 5th in division) Home record: 22-19 (tie, 11th in league), Road record: 5-36 (16th in league)

Geoff Petrie Sidney Wicks John Johnson Rick Roberson Larry Steele Lloyd Neal Bernie Fryer Ollie Johnson Dennis Layton* Bob Verga LaRue Martin Charlie Davis* Greg Smith Mark Sibley Portland Opponents

G

73 75 69 69 81 80 80 79 22 21 50 8 67 28 82 82

1973-74 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS St

73 75 65 63 80 20 12 16 0 0 4 0 2 0

Min

2800 2853 2287 2060 2648 1517 1674 1718 327 216 538 90 878 124 19730 19730

FG

740 685 459 364 325 246 226 209 55 42 101 14 99 20 3585 3664

* Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

194

FGA

1537 1492 990 797 680 502 491 434 112 93 232 40 228 56 7684 7571

Pct.

FT

FTA

.481 291 341 .459 314 412 .464 212 261 .457 205 316 .478 135 171 .490 117 168 .460 107 135 .482 77 94 .491 14 26 .452 20 32 .435 42 66 .350 3 4 .434 48 79 .357 6 7 .467 1591 2112 .484 1825 2299

Pct.

Off

Def Reb

.853 64 144 .762 196 488 .812 160 355 .649 251 450 .789 89 221 .696 150 344 .793 60 99 .819 116 208 .538 7 26 .625 11 7 .636 74 107 .750 2 9 .608 65 124 .857 9 16 .753 1254 2598 .794 1197 2678

Ast.

208 315 684 326 515 284 701 133 310 323 494 89 159 279 324 167 33 51 18 17 181 20 11 11 189 78 25 13 3852 2106 3875 2308

PF-DQ

199-2 214-2 221-1 252-4 295-10 190-0 187-1 179-2 45-0 22-0 90-0 7-0 126-1 23-0 2050-23 1961-20

Stl

Blk

Pts

Avg.

84 15 1771 24.3 90 63 1684 22.5 69 29 1130 16.4 65 55 933 13.5 217 32 785 9.7 45 73 609 7.6 92 10 559 7.0 60 30 495 6.3 9 1 124 5.6 12 0 104 5.0 7 26 244 4.9 2 0 31 3.9 41 6 246 3.7 4 1 46 1.6 797 341 8761 106.8 866 415 9153 111.6


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. 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 10/13 10/19 10/20 10/23 10/24 10/26 10/27 10/28 10/30 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/13 11/14 11/15 11/17 11/20 11/22 11/23 11/24 11/25 11/29 11/30 12/1 12/4 12/5 12/7 12/8 12/11 12/13 12/14 12/16 12/18 12/21 12/22 12/27 12/28 12/30 1/1 1/4 1/6 1/8 1/13 1/17 1/19 1/20 1/22 1/23 1/25 1/29 1/31 2/2 2/3 2/5 2/6 2/8 2/10 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/17 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/24 2/26 2/28 3/1 3/3 3/6 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/24 3/26 3/27

Opponent Capital K.C.-Omaha Seattle @ Cleveland @ Philadelphia Atlanta Detroit @ Los Angeles Los Angeles New York Buffalo Chicago @ Milwaukee @ Detroit @ Atlanta @ Houston @ Chicago Seattle @ Seattle Los Angeles @ Los Angeles @ Golden State Phoenix Los Angeles @ New York @ Buffalo @ Milwaukee @ Detroit Capital @ Phoenix Golden State Milwaukee Phoenix Boston Philadelphia @ Golden State @ Seattle Chicago Buffalo Houston Golden State K.C.-Omaha @ K.C.-Omaha @ Atlanta @ Milwaukee @ Chicago @ K.C.-Omaha @ Detroit Cleveland Milwaukee @ Phoenix Seattle @ Los Angeles Detroit @ Seattle K.C.-Omaha Houston Phoenix Boston Cleveland @ Phoenix @ New York @ Capital @ Chicago @ Houston Philadelphia @ Golden State Chicago Detroit Los Angeles @ Capital @ Buffalo @ Boston New York Atlanta @ K.C.-Omaha @ Cleveland @ Philadelphia @ Boston Milwaukee @ Golden State Golden State

Score 132 -87 111 -99 123 -108 96 -103 110 -132 127 -110 98 -111 98 -111 114 -112 107 -100 122 -108 104 -106 100 -108 111 -108 114 -123 96 -87 101 -106 131 -125 106 -127 108 -125 109 -137 89 -119 99 -107 134 -115 100 -113 110 -114 86 -116 91 -106 82 -87 119 -108 109 -101 98 -121 133 -117 120 -124 (ot) 110 -105 118 -117 93 -110 99 -92 119 -120 113 -119 106 -105 129 -110 99 -103 99 -126 106 -121 97 -99 96 -103 95 -121 84 -87 106 -126 100 -112 102 -97 91 -124 102 -104 94 -107 99 -104 106 -112 113 -104 104 -106 101 -106 100 -112 116 -119 (ot) 101 -116 100 -117 115 -133 110 -118 109 -129 95 -91 95 -99 107 -102 103 -106 112 -122 93 -110 107 -105 128 -127 105 -114 103 -107 113 -106 118 -126 110 -120 120 -143 132 -122

W W W L L W L L W W W L L W L W L W L L L L L W L L L L L W W L W L W W L W L L W W L L L L L L L L L W L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L W L W L L L W W L L W L L L W

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 7-5 7-6 8-6 8-7 9-7 9-8 10-8 10-9 10-10 10-11 10-12 10-13 11-13 11-14 11-15 11-16 11-17 11-18 12-18 13-18 13-19 14-19 14-20 15-20 16-20 16-21 17-21 17-22 17-23 18-23 19-23 19-24 19-25 19-26 19-27 19-28 19-29 19-30 19-31 19-32 20-32 20-33 20-34 20-35 20-36 20-37 21-37 21-38 21-39 21-40 21-41 21-42 21-43 21-44 21-45 21-46 22-46 22-47 23-47 23-48 23-49 23-50 24-50 25-50 25-51 25-52 26-52 26-53 26-54 26-55 27-55

Home 1 -0 2 -0 3 -0 4 -0 4 -1 5 -1 6 -1 7 -1 7 -2

8 -2 8 -3 8 -4 9 -4

9 -5 10 -5 10 -6 11 -6 11 -7 12 -7 13 -7 13 -8 13 -9 14 -9 15 -9

15 -10 15 -11 16 -11 16 -12 16 -13 16 -14 17 -14 17 -15 17 -16

17 -17 18 -17 18 -18 19 -18

20 -18 21 -18

21 -19 22 -19

Road

0 -1 0 -2 0 -3

0 -4 1 -4 1 -5 2 -5 2 -6 2 -7 2 -8 2 -9 2 -10 2 -11 2 -12 2 -13 3 -13

4 -13 4 -14

4 -15 4 -16 4 -17 4 -18 4 -19 4 -20 4 -21 4 -22 4 -23

4 -24 4 -25 4 -26 4 -27 4 -28 4 -29

4 -30 4 -31 4 -32 4 -33 4 -34 5 -34 5 -35 5 -36

Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 29 Petrie 17 Roberson 25 Petrie 11 Wicks 32 Petrie 15 Neal 22 Wicks 16 Neal 26 Petrie 12 Wicks 30 Wicks 14 Wicks 37 Petrie 8 Neal 19 Neal, Layton 23 Neal 26 Petrie 15 Roberson 21 Neal, Wicks 13 Roberson 31 Wicks 16 Roberson 27 Petrie 17 Roberson 23 Petrie 13 Roberson 36 Petrie 14 Roberson 40 Petrie 12 J.Johnson 23 Wicks 13 Wicks 29 Petrie 9 Roberson 43 Petrie 10 J.Johnson 16 Wicks 8 J.Johnson 27 Petrie 15 Wicks 23 Roberson 10 Neal 26 Wicks 10 Steele 24 J.Johnson 12 J.Johnson 31 J.Johnson 14 Neal 28 Petrie 10 Roberson 24 Wicks, Roberson 11 Roberson 21 Petrie 9 Neal 19 Steele 22 Wicks 22 Wicks 19 Roberson 25 Petrie 10 J.Johnson 25 Wicks 12 Roberson 26 J.Johnson 10 J.Johnson 37 Petrie 15 Roberson 38 Petrie 12 J.Johnson, Wicks 26 Petrie 10 Wicks 31 Petrie 8 Roberson 25 Petrie 11 Wicks 24 J.Johnson 15 Roberson 39 Petrie 14 Roberson 32 J.Johnson 10 Roberson 26 Petrie, Wicks 14 Wicks 27 Petrie, Wicks 15 Roberson 23 Petrie 14 Wicks 23 Wicks 11 Wicks 27 Wicks 7 Wicks 21 Wicks 8 Martin 26 Wicks 10 Roberson 22 Verga 9 Wicks 31 Wicks 14 Roberson 25 Wicks 14 Roberson 38 Wicks 12 Wicks 26 Wicks 14 Wicks 24 Wicks 12 Wicks 27 Petrie 13 Roberson 28 Petrie 9 Roberson 25 Wicks 14 Roberson 27 J.Johnson 16 Roberson 37 Roberson 10 Roberson 27 Roberson, Fryer 16 Roberson 22 Wicks 13 Wicks 23 Wicks 11 Wicks 34 Wicks 18 Roberson 26 Wicks, Petrie 11 Wicks 22 Petrie 11 Wicks 23 Petrie 7 Steele 32 Petrie 13 Roberson 32 Petrie 10 Roberson 33 Petrie 13 Neal 32 Petrie 12 Neal 28 Wicks 17 Neal 22 Petrie 10 J.Johnson 26 Petrie 12 Roberson 32 J.Johnson 17 Roberson 29 Petrie 12 Wicks 37 Petrie 10 Roberson 31 Petrie 13 Roberson 34 Petrie 12 J.Johnson 43 Petrie 13 J.Johnson 23 Petrie 14 J.Johnson 26 Steele 10 Wicks 32 Petrie 13 J.Johnson 30 Wicks 13 Neal

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1973-74

GENERAL MANAGER 1973-74


OWNER 1974-75

Left to right, first row: Phil Lumpkin, Lenny Wilkens, Tom Meschery, Ron Culp, John Johnson, Dan Anderson. Second row: Lloyd Neal, Barry Clemens, Sidney Wicks, Bill Walton, LaRue Martin, Geoff Petrie, Larry Steele, Greg Smith.

IN REVIEW --- Future Hall of Famer Lenny Wilkens took over the coaching reigns and guided the Trail Blazers to a 38 -44 finish, the best in the young franchise's first five seasons and just three victories shy of earning theclub's first playoff appearance. The Blazers, 13 games under .500 on February 23 (24-37), came on strong to win 14 of their last 21 and just miss a post-season berth. They launched the late run by winning six straight, at the time the longest victory streak in club history. Portland opened the year with a thrilling 131-129 four-overtime victory over Cleveland at home and closed it out with three straight wins, including 124-106 and 126-97 romps over the Lakers. Wilkens, who was player-coach and appeared in 65 games, saw his final NBA action wearing a Blazers uniform on April 6, 1975, when he scored 15 points and dishing out six assists in a 29-point win over the Lakers. In all, he averaged 16.5 ppg in 1,077 games over 15 seasons for four different teams. The 1974-75 season also marked the arrival on the Portland scene of another future Hall of Famer, Bill Walton. The three-time College Player of the Year from UCLA was taken as the No. 1 choice in the 1974 NBA Draft by the Blazers. However, injuries kept the big redhead on the bench for all but 35 games of his rookie season. In those outings, he averaged 12.8 ppg and 12.6 rpg. Sidney Wicks was Portland's leader with 21.7 ppg and 10.7 rpg while starting all 82 games. In a 117-116 OT win over the Lakerson February 26, he pulled down a club-record 27 rebounds. HONORS --- Sidney Wicks was selected to play in his fourth straight NBA All-Star Game . . . He scored 16 points and had nine rebounds . . . Wicks finished 12th in NBA race with a 21.7 ppg . . . Larry Steele was third in steals with a 2.41 per game average . . . The Blazers as a team led the league in field goal accuracy, shooting .480, and in assists, averaging 26.9 per game. CHANGES --- Lenny Wilkens was named head coach on May 24, succeeding Jack McCloskey . . . Tom Meschery became an assistant coach . . . Ron Culp was named trainer, succeeding Leo Marty. . . Larry Weinberg became president on January 7 . . . KEY DRAFT PICKS: Bill Walton, UCLA (1st round) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Traded Rick Roberson to New Orleans for Barry Clemens. Overall record: 38-44 (12th in league, tie, 6th in conference, 3rd in division) Home record: 28-15 (8th in league) Road record: 10-31 (tie, 14th in league)

Sidney Wicks Geoff Petrie John Johnson Bill Walton Lloyd Neal Larry Steele LaRue Martin Lenny Wilkens Barry Clemens Phil Lumpkin Greg Smith Dan Anderson Portland Opponents

196

G

82 80 80 35 82 76 81 65 77 48 55 43 82 82

1974-75 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS St

82 80 74 28 31 63 27 13 4 8 0 0

Min

3162 3109 2540 1153 2278 2389 1372 1161 952 792 519 453 19880 19880

FG

692 602 527 177 409 265 236 134 168 86 71 47 3414 3379

FGA

1391 1319 1082 345 869 484 522 305 355 190 146 105 7113 7502

Pct.

FT

FTA

.497 394 558 .456 261 311 .487 236 301 .513 94 137 .471 189 295 .548 122 146 .452 99 142 .439 152 198 .473 45 60 .453 30 39 .486 32 48 .448 26 30 .480 1680 2265 .450 1714 2178

Pct.

Off

Def Reb

.706 231 646 .839 38 171 .784 162 339 .686 92 349 .641 186 501 .836 86 140 .697 136 272 .768 38 82 .750 33 128 .769 10 49 .667 29 60 .867 8 21 .742 1049 2758 .787 1207 2572

Ast.

PF-DQ

877 287 289-5 209 424 215-1 501 240 249-3 441 167 115-4 687 139 239-2 226 287 254-6 408 69 239-5 120 235 96-1 161 76 139-0 59 177 80-1 89 27 96-1 29 81 44-0 3807 2209 2055-29 3779 2090 2085-34

Stl

Blk

Pts

Avg.

108 80 1778 21.7 81 13 1465 18.3 75 39 1290 16.1 29 94 448 12.8 43 87 1007 12.3 183 16 652 8.6 33 49 571 7.0 77 9 420 6.5 68 2 381 4.9 20 3 202 4.2 22 6 174 3.2 16 1 120 2.8 755 399 8508 103.8 927 383 8472 103.3


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. 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 10/18 10/19 10/22 10/23 10/25 10/27 10/29 11/1 11/3 11/6 11/8 11/9 11/10 11/12 11/14 11/16 11/19 11/22 11/23 11/27 11/28 11/30 12/3 12/4 12/6 12/7 12/10 12/11 12/15 12/17 12/21 12/22 12/26 12/29 1/1 1/3 1/5 1/7 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/19 1/21 1/22 1/24 1/25 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/1 2/4 2/5 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/14 2/15 2/18 2/20 2/21 2/23 2/25 2/26 3/1 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/18 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/30 4/1 4/4 4/6

Opponent Cleveland Detroit @ Golden State @ Seattle Golden State Seattle LA Lakers Buffalo Golden State @ Boston @ Philadelphia @ Atlanta @ New Orleans New York Atlanta LA Lakers Chicago Washington Seattle Houston @ Phoenix New Orleans @ Chicago @ Washington @ Buffalo @ New York Atlanta @ Phoenix LA Lakers Milwaukee Detroit @ LA Lakers @ Golden State K.C.-Omaha Boston Seattle New Orleans New York @ Phoenix @ Cleveland @ Houston @ Milwaukee @ K.C.-Omaha @ Detroit Philadelphia @ Golden State Golden State Phoenix @ Seattle Seattle @ Chicago @ K.C.-Omaha @ Cleveland Washington Houston @ Seattle Boston @ Houston @ New Orleans @ Buffalo @ Washington Philadelphia @ LA Lakers Golden State Cleveland Phoenix Chicago @ Philadelphia @ New York @ Boston Buffalo Milwaukee @ Golden State @ Phoenix Phoenix @ Atlanta @ Detroit @ Milwaukee @ Seattle @ LA Lakers K.C.-Omaha LA Lakers

Score Record 131 -129 (4ot) W 1-0 99 -122 L 1-1 107 -106 W 2-1 97 -107 L 2-2 97 -99 L 2-3 120 -94 W 3-3 102 -105 L 3-4 113 -106 W 4-4 100 -109 L 4-5 110 -128 L 4-6 89 -105 L 4-7 119 -115 W 5-7 101 -102 L 5-8 105 -103 W 6-8 104 -92 W 7-8 112 -99 W 8-8 98 -92 (ot) W 9-8 99 -117 L 9-9 110 -117 L 9-10 111 -97 W 10-10 88 -85 W 11-10 117 -85 W 12-10 91 -96 L 12-11 87 -114 L 12-12 105 -114 L 12-13 112 -120 L 12-14 103 -107 L 12-15 100 -104 L 12-16 100 -97 W 13-16 119 -103 W 14-16 108 -97 W 15-16 102 -115 L 15-17 101 -112 L 15-18 99 -103 L 15-19 94 -108 L 15-20 93 -98 L 15-21 111 -102 W 16-21 106 -92 W 17-21 113 -110 W 18-21 81 -89 L 18-22 127 -106 W 19-22 108 -122 L 19-23 106 -109 L 19-24 94 -96 L 19-25 119 -97 W 20-25 109 -114 (ot) L 20-26 128 -113 W 21-26 115 -107 W 22-26 103 -106 L 22-27 91 -93 L 22-28 90 -102 L 22-29 82 -90 L 22-30 90 -98 L 22-31 100 -96 W 23-31 92 -100 L 23-32 90 -88 W 24-32 100 -102 L 24-33 83 -107 L 24-34 102 -114 L 24-35 106 -116 L 24-36 98 -113 L 24-37 99 -77 W 25-37 117 -116 (2ot) W 26-37 122 -86 W 27-37 117 -98 W 28-37 120 -98 W 29-37 88 -82 W 30-37 88 -91 L 30-38 103 -116 L 30-39 98 -103 L 30-40 102 -95 W 31-40 95 -89 W 32-40 95 -97 L 32-41 112 -108 W 33-41 94 -92 W 34-41 105 -89 W 35-41 107 -110 L 35-42 105 -128 L 35-43 88 -98 L 35-44 124 -106 W 36-44 116 -110 W 37-44 126 -97 W 38-44

Home 1 -0 1 -1 1 -2 2 -2 2 -3 3 -3 3 -4

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

9 -7 10 -7 11 -7 12 -7 12 -8 12 -9 12 -10 13 -10 14 -10

15 -10 16 -10 17 -10 17 -11

18 -11 18 -12 18 -13

19 -13 20 -13 21 -13 22 -13 23 -13

24 -13 25 -13 26 -13

27 -13 28 -13

Road 1 -0 1 -1

1 -2 1 -3 2 -3 2 -4

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

3 -10 3 -11

4 -11 4 -12 5 -12 5 -13 5 -14 5 -15 5 -16 5 -17 5 -18 5 -19 5 -20 6 -20 6 -21 6 -22 6 -23 6 -24 7 -24

7 -25 7 -26 7 -27 7 -28 8 -28 9 -28 9 -29 9 -30 9 -31 10 -31

Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 29 Wicks,J.Johnson 24 Walton 27 J.Johnson 13 Walton 27 Petrie 20 Walton 24 Petrie 17 Walton 27 Wicks 25 Walton 28 J.Johnson 17 Walton 24 Wicks 16 Walton 27 Wicks 14 Walton 21 Wicks 21 Walton 26 Wicks 11 Walton 23 Wicks 12 Wicks 28 Petrie 11 Walton 25 Walton 16 Walton 26 J.Johnson 12 Wicks 22 Petrie 16 J.Johnson 15 Neal 26 Wicks 25 Wicks 18 Wicks 22 Wicks 10 Walton 20 Petrie 16 Neal 32 J.Johnson 17 Neal 29 Wicks 17 Wicks 23 J.Johnson, Neal 15 Neal 21 J.Johnson 20 Wicks 23 Wicks 12 Wicks 24 J.Johnson 13 J.Johnson 37 Petrie 11 Neal 27 Petrie 16 Martin 31 Wicks 10 J.Johnson 24 Wicks,Clemens 15 Wicks 25 Wicks 19 Wicks 27 Wicks,J.Johnson 9 Wicks,Martin 27 J.Johnson 16 Wicks 23 Wicks 12 Wicks,Neal 25 Wicks 11 Neal 23 Wicks 17 Wicks 24 Wicks 14 Wicks 24 Wicks 19 Wicks 22 Neal 14 Wicks 33 Wicks 11 Wicks 17 Petrie 9 Wicks 27 Petrie 11 Walton 31 Wicks 14 Wicks 20 Steele 12 Wicks 25 Walton 11 Walton 18 Petrie 13 Walton 22 Petrie,Wicks 20 Walton 29 Petrie 12 Walton 36 Wicks 13 Walton 22 Petrie 16 Walton,Wicks 19 Neal 15 Walton 21 J.Johnson 13 Walton 20 Petrie 14 Walton 25 Petrie,Wicks 8 Martin 26 J.Johnson 11 Walton 20 Wicks 9 Walton 20 J.Johnson 13 Wicks 26 J.Johnson 10 Neal 18 Wicks 10 Walton 25 Wicks 12 Neal 23 Wicks 6 Neal 21 Neal 11 Neal 25 Wicks 15 Wicks 27 Neal 27 Wicks 28 Neal 14 Wicks,Neal 24 Wicks 13 Neal 35 Wicks 13 Wicks 29 Petrie 14 Neal 25 Wicks 13 Wicks 26 Wicks 11 Neal 24 J.Johnson 11 Neal 27 Wicks 14 Wicks 21 Wicks 15 Neal 20 Wicks,J.John.,Wilkens 9 Wicks,Neal,Wilk.,Petrie 23 Wicks 10 Neal 29 Neal 10 Neal 24 Wicks 14 Wicks 31 Wicks 12 Wicks 23 Steele 13 Neal 24 J.Johnson 11 Wicks 22 Wicks,Petrie 19 Wicks 31 Petrie 12 Neal 21 Neal 14 Neal,Wicks

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1974-75

GENERAL MANAGER 1974-75


OWNER 1975-76

Left to right, first row: Larry Weinberg, Harry Glickman, Bob Gross, Lionel Hollins, Dan Anderson, Geoff Petrie, Lenny Wilkens, Tom Meschery. Second row: Lloyd Neal, Barry Clemens, Sidney Wicks, Bill Walton, LaRue Martin, Steve Hawes, Steve Jones, Larry Steele. Third row: Bill Schonely, John White, Dr. Robert Cook, Ron Culp, Stu Inman, Wally Scales, Dr. Larry Mudrick, George Rickles, Berlyn Hodges.

IN REVIEW --- After coming close to securing a playoff berth the previous season, the Trail Blazers won one less game than 1974-75 (37-45) and finished fifth in the Pacific Division, six games out of contention for post-season action. Injuries to key players, particularly Bill Walton and Lloyd Neal, helped frustrate Coach Lenny Wilkens efforts to build on the advances made during 1974-75. Walton sat out 31 games with ankle problems and Portland was 11-20 in those games. With Walton back in action, the Blazers surged in mid-season, winning seven in a row and 10 of 12, including three out of five on a tough Eastern road swing. That pulled them within four games of .500---23-27---on February 6, but injuries again forced Wilkens to scramble for starters and the team lost seven of its next eight. During the stretch when the Blazers were 12-2, Walton averaged 21.1 points and 17.8 rebounds, including a 36-point, 22-rebound game in a victory at Atlanta and 27 points and 22 rebounds in a 23-point win over the Lakers nine nights later. Sidney Wicks led the Blazers in scoring for the season, averaging 19.1 ppg with Geoff Petrie (18.9 ppg) and Walton (18.1 ppg) right behind. Walton topped rebounders with a 13.0 average. HONORS --- Larry Steele finished third in the NBA in steals (2.41 per game), Lloyd Neal was 10th in blocked shots (1.57 per game) and Sidney Wicks 12th in scoring (19.1 ppg). CHANGES --- KEY DRAFT PICKS: Lionel Hollins, Arizona State (1st round), Bob Gross, Long Beach State (2nd) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Acquired Steve Jones from Golden State in exchange for a 1976 6th round pick; Traded John Johnson to Houston for Steve Hawes Overall record: 37-45 (14th in league, 6th in conference, 5th in division) Home record: 26-15 (11th in league), Road record: 11-30 (14th in league);

Sidney Wicks Geoff Petrie Bill Walton Lloyd Neal John Johnson* Lionel Hollins Larry Steele Steve Hawes Bob Gross Steve Jones LaRue Martin Dan Anderson Barry Clemens Greg Lee* Greg Smith* Portland Opponents

G

79 72 51 68 9 74 81 66 76 64 63 52 49 5 1 82 82

1975-76 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS St

78 72 42 59 0 30 72 25 13 0 16 1 2 0 0

Min

3044 2557 1687 2320 212 1891 2382 1360 1474 819 889 614 443 35 3 19730 19730

FG

580 543 345 435 41 311 322 194 209 168 109 88 70 2 0 3417 3405

* Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

198

FGA

1201 1177 732 904 88 738 651 390 400 380 302 181 143 4 1 7292 7531

Pct.

FT

FTA

Pct.

Off

Def Reb

.483 345 512 .674 245 467 .461 277 334 .829 38 130 .471 133 228 .583 132 549 .481 186 268 .694 145 440 .466 23 27 .852 13 27 .421 178 247 .721 39 136 .495 154 203 .759 77 215 .497 87 120 .725 166 313 .523 97 142 .683 138 169 .442 78 94 .830 13 62 .361 57 77 .740 68 243 .486 51 61 .836 15 47 .490 31 35 .886 27 43 .500 2 2 1.000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .469 1699 2350 .723 1116 2843 .452 1825 2333 .782 1121 2657

Ast.

PF-DQ

712 244 250-5 168 330 194-0 681 220 144-3 585 118 254-4 40 20 31-1 175 306 235-5 292 324 289-8 479 105 163-5 307 163 186-3 75 63 96-0 311 72 126-1 62 85 58-0 70 33 57-0 2 11 6-0 0 0 2-0 3959 2094 2091-35 3778 1920 2128-29

Stl

Blk

Pts

Avg.

77 53 1505 19.1 82 5 1363 18.9 49 82 823 16.1 53 107 1056 15.5 7 8 105 11.7 131 28 800 10.8 170 19 798 9.9 44 25 475 7.2 91 43 515 6.8 17 6 414 6.5 6 23 275 4.4 20 2 227 4.4 27 7 171 3.5 2 0 6 1.2 0 0 0 0.0 776 408 8533 104.1 917 386 8635 105.3


1975-76

Date Opponent Score 1. 10/24 @ Seattle 97 -105 2. 10/25 Phoenix 88 -89 3. 10/28 @ New Orleans 90 -99 4. 10/31 @ Boston 94 -112 5. 11/1 @Milwaukee 113 -97 6. 11/4 Atlanta 97 -98 7. 11/7 Kansas City 92 -88 8. 11/9 New York 115 -96 9. 11/11 New Orleans 106 -104 10. 11/14 Chicago 93 -89 11. 11/15 Cleveland 95 -99 12. 11/18 @ New York 92 -101 13. 11/19 @ Detroit 114 -120 14. 11/21 @ Philadelphia 111 -131 109 -104 15. 11/22 @ Buffalo 16. 11/26 LA Lakers 118 -101 17. 11/28 @ Phoenix 101 -110 18. 11/29 Buffalo 130 -115 19. 11/30 @ Los Angeles 109 -116 20. 12/2 @ Cleveland 80 -91 21. 12/3 @ Milwaukee 92 -114 22. 12/4 @ Atlanta 87 -94 23. 12/6 @ Chicago 90 -77 24. 12/9 Washington 95 -116 25. 12/11 @ Golden State 89 -101 26. 12/13 Detroit 101 -91 27. 12/14 Phoenix 96 -105 28. 12/16 Philadelphia 98 -105 29. 12/20 New Orleans 97 -105 30. 12/21 Golden State 102 -108 31. 12/23 Seattle 125 -100 32. 12/26 @ LA Lakers 95 -104 33. 12/28 Golden State 96 -92 34. 1/1 Houston 107 -110 35. 1/3 Boston 125 -97 36. 1/4 @ LA Lakers 101 -110 37. 1/6 New York 97 -112 38. 1/10 @ Houston 94 -105 39. 1/11 @ Atlanta 116 -109 40. 1/13 @ Boston 94 -106 41. 1/16 @ Detroit 111 -104 42. 1/17 @ Kansas City (O) 102 -94 43. 1/20 @ New York 104 -107 44. 1/23 LA Lakers 119 -96 45. 1/24 @ Golden State 125 -123 (ot) 46. 1/27 Washington 118 -105 47. 1/28 Seattle 124 -104 48. 1/30 @ LA Lakers 121 -113 49. 2/1 Milwaukee 107 -97 50. 2/6 @ Seattle 109 -100 51. 2/8 Golden State 105 -109 52. 2/11 @ Philadelphia 106 -118 53. 2/12 @ Washington 81 -92 54. 2/14 Seattle 108 -122 55. 2/15 Boston 109 -105 56. 2/17 @ Buffalo 113 -116 57. 2/19 @ Cleveland 94 -112 58. 2/20 @ Chicago 74 -130 59. 2/21 @ Kansas City 116 -97 60. 2/24 Philadelphia 102 -106 61. 2/28 Kansas City 119 -105 62. 2/29 Atlanta 102 -98 63. 3/2 Chicago 116 -105 64. 3/5 Cleveland 100 -113 65. 3/6 Phoenix 118 -99 66. 3/7 @ Phoenix 84 -106 67. 3/10 @ Houston 110 -113 68. 3/12 @ New Orleans 101 -110 69. 3/14 Detroit 114 -103 70. 3/16 Buffalo 95 -112 71. 3/19 Houston 111 -105 100 -97 (ot) 72. 3/23 Milwaukee 73. 3/25 @ Washington 108 -105 74. 3/27 @ Detroit 94 -112 75. 3/28 @ Milwaukee 100 -115 76. 3/30 Kansas City 114 -113 77. 4/2 @ Phoenix 103 -106 78. 4/3 Phoenix 112 -97 79. 4/6 LA Lakers 106 -104 80. 4/8 @ Golden State 106 -121 81. 4/9 Chicago 100 -88 82. 4/11 @ Seattle 131 -132 (O) - Game on 1/17/76 was played in Omaha.

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Record 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 1-5 2-5 3-5 4-5 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-9 6-9 7-9 7-10 8-10 8-11 8-12 8-13 8-14 9-14 9-15 9-16 10-16 10-17 10-18 10-19 10-20 11-20 11-21 12-21 12-22 13-22 13-23 13-24 13-25 14-25 14-26 15-26 16-26 16-27 17-27 18-27 19-27 20-27 21-27 22-27 23-27 23-28 23-29 23-30 23-31 24-31 24-32 24-33 24-34 25-34 25-35 26-35 27-35 28-35 28-36 29-36 29-37 29-38 29-39 30-39 30-40 31-40 32-40 33-40 33-41 33-42 34-42 34-43 35-43 36-43 36-44 37-44 37-45

Home 0 -1

0 -2 1 -2 2 -2 3 -2 4 -2 4 -3

5 -3 6 -3

6 -4 7 -4 7 -5 7 -6 7 -7 7 -8 8 -8 9 -8 9 -9 10 -9 10 -10

11 -10 12 -10 13 -10 14 -10 14 -11 14 -12 15 -12

15 -13 16 -13 17 -13 18 -13 18 -14 19 -14

20 -14 20 -15 21 -15 22 -15

23 -15 24 -15 25 -15 26 -15

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

1 -4 1 -5 1 -6 2 -6 2 -7 2 -8 2 -9 2 -10 2 -11 3 -11 3 -12

3 -13

3 -14 3 -15 4 -15 4 -16 5 -16 6 -16 6 -17 7 -17 8 -17 9 -17 9 -18 9 -19 9 -20 9 -21 9 -22 10 -22

10 -23 10 -24 10 -25

11 -25 11 -26 11 -27 11 -28 11 -29 11 -30

Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 25 Petrie 12 Wicks 33 Walton 18 Wicks, Walton 24 Petrie 13 Walton 26 Walton 12 Walton 25 Neal 15 Neal 24 Petrie 10 Wicks 18 J.Johnson 18 Martin 24 Petrie 22 Martin 19 Petrie, J.Johnson 16 Walton 31 Neal 19 Walton 25 Neal 17 Walton 20 Petrie 12 Walton 24 Neal 15 Neal, Hawes 20 Neal 11 Neal 28 Neal, Petrie 8 Neal 29 Wicks 15 Walton 23 Petrie 15 Neal 32 Petrie 10 Neal, Walton 21 Petrie, Neal 17 Walton 20 Hollins 13 Walton 17 Anderson 11 Martin 24 Walton 20 Walton 24 Wicks 22 Walton 23 Petrie 12 Wicks 16 Steele 12 Hawes 21 Hawes 14 Hawes 24 Neal 12 Hawes, Wicks 28 Petrie 14 Wicks 22 Petrie 13 Neal 20 Wicks 14 Hawes 31 Petrie 11 Wicks 34 Petrie 16 Wicks 24 Petrie 14 Wicks 30 Walton 17 Walton 24 Wicks 15 Wicks 30 Steele 13 Walton 18 Wicks, Walton 9 Walton, Wicks 18 Wicks, Hollins 12 Walton 36 Walton 22 Walton 32 Walton 19 Walton 26 Steele 14 Walton 23 Neal 20 Walton 23 S.Jones 19 Walton 27 Walton 22 Walton 30 Petrie 26 Walton 23 Wicks 21 Walton 26 Petrie 15 Wicks 30 Petrie, Wicks 13 Walton 26 Petrie, Wicks 16 Walton 25 Wicks 11 Wicks 24 Gross 17 Walton, Gross 35 Wicks 16 Hawes 14 Martin, Anderson 15 Martin 29 Petrie 10 Martin 22 Petrie 13 Hawes 24 Petrie, Wicks 10 Steele 12 Hawes, Wicks 23 Wicks 17 Hollins 11 Martin 27 Wicks 12 Wicks 28 Petrie 16 Hawes 28 Wicks 14 Hawes 20 Wicks, Petrie 13 Hawes, Wicks 29 Petrie 13 Hawes, Neal 27 Petrie 14 Hawes 32 Petrie 13 Hawes 20 Wicks 7 Hawes 22 Wicks 7 Hawes 25 Wicks 10 Hawes 25 Petrie 14 Neal 28 Petrie 11 Walton 27 Wicks 11 Neal 25 Wicks, Neal 14 Neal, Hawes 25 Wicks 13 Wicks 21 Wicks 10 Wicks, Walton 16 Wicks 10 Wicks, Walton 34 Wicks 7 Wicks, Hawes 25 Walton, Steele 9 Wicks, Walton 25 Neal 10 Walton 26 Walton 10 Walton, Wicks 21 Wicks 17 Walton 17 Steele 11 Walton 33 Walton 15 Hawes

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GENERAL MANAGER 1975-76

199


OWNER 1976-77

Left to right, first row: Larry Weinberg, Harry Glickman, Herm Gilliam, Dave Twardzik, Johnny Davis, Lionel Hollins, Jack Ramsay, Jack McKinney. Second row: Lloyd Neal, Larry Steele, Corky Calhoun, Bill Walton, Maurice Lucas, Wally Walker, Robin Jones, Bob Gross. Third row: Bill Schonely, Dr. Robert Cook, Ron Culp, Wally Scales, Dr. Larry Mudrick, George Rickles, Berlyn Hodges.

IN REVIEW --- Blazermania is born. The Trail Blazers crowned a storybook season by besting favored Philadelphia to win the NBA Championship, a first-ever world title for Portland. The capper came June 5 in MemorialColiseum when Coach Jack Ramsay's club pulled out a 109-107 thriller in the sixth and deciding game. The Blazers became only the second team in NBA history to go all the way in their first trip to the playoffs. Portland, with the third best regular season record in the west, opened post-season play by getting past Chicago in a tough best-of-three series, then took Denver in six games in the conference semifinals. Next, the Blazers swept the LA Lakers, the team with the league's best regular season record, in four games. That set up the showdown with Julius Erving and the Sixers. Philadlephia won the first two matchups. But Portland took the next four to become only the second team in history to win a title after starting out 0-2. HONORS --- Bill Walton was NBA Finals MVP . . . Among his contributions was a 20 points, 23 rebounds and 8 blocked shots in the title contest, the latter an NBA Finals record . . . Walton was named to the All-NBA 2nd team, and was a 1st team pick on the All-Defensive team . . . He led the league in rebounding (14.4 rpg) and blocked shots (3.25 bpg) . . . Bobby Gross was seventh in FG percentage (.529) and Walton right behind in eighth (.528) . . . Maurice Lucas was ninth in rebounding (11.4 rpg) and Lionel Hollins seventh in steals (2.18 spg). CHANGES --- Jack Ramsay was named head coach on June 1, replacing Lenny Wilkens . . . Jack McKinney became assistant coach . . . KEY DRAFT PICKS: Wally Walker, Virginia (1st round), Johnny Davis, Dayton (3rd); Maurice Lucas, ABA Dispersal Draft (1st round). . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Signed free agents Dave Twardzik, Corky Calhoun and Robin Jones; Acquired Herm Gilliam from Seattle for cash; Traded Geoff Petrie and Steve Hawes to Atlanta for 2nd pick in ABA Dispersal Draft (Maurice Lucas); Sold Sidney Wicks to Boston; Traded Moses Malone to Buffalo for a 1978 1st round draft pick. Overall record: 49-33 (tie, 4th in league, 3rd in conference, 2nd in division) Home record: 35-6 (1st in league), Road record: 14-27 (tie, 7th in league) Western Conference, NBA Champions (overall playoff record 14-5)

Maurice Lucas Bill Walton Lionel Hollins Bob Gross Larry Steele Dave Twardzik Herm Gilliam Johnny Davis Lloyd Neal Robin Jones Wally Walker Corky Calhoun Clyde Mayes* Portland Opponents

G

79 65 76 82 81 74 80 79 58 63 66 70 5 82 82

1976-77 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS St

79 65 65 81 9 74 14 3 5 15 0 0 0

Min

2863 2264 2224 2232 1680 1937 1665 1451 955 1065 627 743 24 19730 19730

FG

632 491 452 376 326 263 326 234 160 139 137 85 2 3623 3408

* Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

200

FGA

1357 930 1046 711 652 430 744 531 340 299 305 183 9 7537 7404

Pct.

FT

FTA

.466 335 438 .528 228 327 .432 215 287 .529 183 215 .500 183 227 .612 239 284 .438 92 120 .441 166 209 .471 77 114 .465 66 109 .449 67 100 .464 66 85 .222 0 0 .481 1917 2515 .460 1889 2514

Pct.

Off

Def Reb

.765 271 628 .697 211 723 .749 52 158 .851 173 221 .806 71 117 .842 75 127 .767 64 137 .794 62 64 .675 87 168 .606 103 193 .670 45 63 .776 40 104 .000 6 0 .762 1260 2703 .751 1197 2510

Ast.

PF-DQ

899 229 294-6 934 245 174-5 210 313 265-5 394 242 255-7 188 172 216-3 202 247 228-6 201 170 168-1 126 148 128-1 255 58 148-0 296 80 124-3 108 51 92-0 144 35 123-1 6 0 5-0 3963 1990 2220-38 3707 1817 2242-37

Stl

Blk

Pts

Avg.

83 56 1599 20.2 66 211 1210 18.6 166 38 1119 14.7 107 57 935 11.4 118 13 835 10.3 128 15 765 10.3 76 6 744 9.3 41 11 634 8.0 8 35 397 6.8 37 38 344 5.5 14 2 341 5.2 24 8 236 3.4 0 2 4 0.8 868 492 9163 111.7 840 478 8705 106.2


1976-77

Date Opponent Score Record 1. 10/23 NY Nets 114 -104 W 1-0 2. 10/26 Golden State 110 -96 W 2-0 3. 10/28 @ Golden State 92 -112 L 2-1 4. 10/30 Detroit 131 -97 W 3-1 5. 11/2 Atlanta 129 -116 W 4-1 6. 11/5 Philadelphia 146 -104 W 5-1 7. 11/7 NY Knicks 119 -93 W 6-1 8. 11/9 Kansas City 119 -102 W 7-1 9. 11/11 @ Atlanta 105 -107 L 7-2 10. 11/13 @ San Antonio 101 -113 L 7-3 11. 11/16 @ New Orleans 98 -100 L 7-4 12. 11/19 Milwaukee 124 -111 W 8-4 13. 11/21 Buffalo 121 -98 W 9-4 14. 11/24 Chicago 117 -115 (ot) W 10-4 15. 11/26 @ LA Lakers 96 -99 L 10-5 16. 11/27 Washington 103 -95 W 11-5 17. 11/28 Indiana 145 -115 W 12-5 18. 11/30 @ Milwaukee 106 -115 L 12-6 19. 12/1 @ Indiana 101 -100 W 13-6 20. 12/3 @ Phoenix 113 -99 W 14-6 21. 12/4 Milwaukee 112 -108 W 15-6 22. 12/5 Cleveland 93 -89 W 16-6 23. 12/7 @ NY Knicks 111 -94 W 17-6 24. 12/8 @ Boston 95 -104 L 17-7 25. 12/10 @ Buffalo 103 -102 W 18-7 26. 12/11 @ Philadelphia 107 -108 L 18-8 27. 12/14 Houston 104 -84 W 19-8 28. 12/17 Denver 127 -105 W 20-8 29. 12/18 LA Lakers 111 -115 (ot) L 20-9 30. 12/21 Kansas City 99 -94 W 21-9 31. 12/25 Seattle 110 -95 W 22-9 32. 12/26 @ Seattle 87 -89 L 22-10 33. 12/28 @ Chicago 84 -79 W 23-10 34. 12/29 @ Detroit 111 -120 L 23-11 35. 12/30 @ Milwaukee 107 -127 L 23-12 36. 1/1 Chicago 89 -92 W 24-12 37. 1/2 @ LA Lakers 99 -104 L 24-13 38. 1/4 Boston 128 -84 W 25-13 39. 1/7 New Orleans 130 -118 W 26-13 40. 1/9 San Antonio 150 -113 W 27-13 41. 1/11 NY Knicks 131 -111 W 28-13 42. 1/14 @ Boston 107 -92 W 29-13 43. 1/15 @ Washington 107 -113 L 29-14 44. 1/16 @ Atlanta 120 -125 L 29-15 45. 1/18 @ NY Nets 109 -94 W 30-15 46. 1/20 @ Cleveland 99 -91 W 31-15 47. 1/22 @ Houston 107 -110 L 31-16 48. 1/23 @ San Antonio 118 -123 L 31-17 49. 1/26 @ Denver 107 -102 W 32-17 50. 1/27 San Antonio 112 -104 W 33-17 51. 1/30 Phoenix 97 -91 W 34-17 52. 2/2 @ Kansas City 107 -119 L 34-18 53. 2/3 @ Indiana 107 -98 W 35-18 54. 2/5 Washington 104 -116 L 35-19 55. 2/8 Denver 111 -119 L 35-20 56. 2/11 Atlanta 108 -121 L 35-21 57. 2/15 @ Cleveland 96 -117 L 35-22 58. 2/16 @ Detroit 118 -125 L 35-23 59. 2/18 @ Chicago 90 -87 W 36-23 60. 2/19 @ Denver 124 -133 L 36-24 61. 2/22 Boston 113 -111 W 37-24 62. 2/25 Houston 106 -123 L 37-25 63. 3/1 Philadelphia 108 -107 W 38-25 64. 3/4 Cleveland 101 -113 L 38-26 65. 3/5 Seattle 134 -104 W 39-26 66. 3/8 @ Buffalo 95 -102 L 39-27 67. 3/10 @ NY Knicks 104 -108 L 39-28 68. 3/11 @ Kansas City 112 -114 L 39-29 69. 3/15 New Orleans 131 -104 W 40-29 70. 3/17 @ Golden State 115 -106 W 41-29 71. 3/18 Indiana 134 -110 W 42-29 72. 3/20 @ Phoenix 106 -126 L 42-30 73. 3/22 @ New Orleans 95 -106 L 42-31 74. 3/23 @ Houston 104 -109 L 42-32 75. 3/25 @ NY Nets 131 -103 W 43-32 76. 3/27 @ Philadelphia 116 -128 L 43-33 77. 3/29 Buffalo 127 -101 W 44-33 78. 4/1 Golden State 109 -98 W 45-33 79. 4/3 @ Seattle 119 -104 W 46-33 80. 4/5 Detroit 110 -105 W 47-33 81. 4/9 Phoenix 122 -111 W 48-33 82. 4/10 LA Lakers W 49-33 145 -116 See Playoff section for 1977 Playoff game-by-game scores

Home 1 -0 2 -0 3 -0 4 -0 5 -0 6 -0 7 -0

8 -0 9 -0 10 -0 11 -0 12 -0

13 -0 14 -0

15 -0 16 -0 16 -1 17 -1 18 -1

19 -1 20 -1 21 -1 22 -1 23 -1

24 -1 25 -1 25 -2 25 -3 25 -4

26 -4 26 -5 27 -5 27 -6 28 -6

29 -6 30 -6

31 -6 32 -6 33 -6 34 -6 35 -6

Road 0 -1

0 -2 0 -3 0 -4

0 -5 0 -6 1 -6 2 -6 3 -6 3 -7 4 -7 4 -8

4 -9 5 -9 5 -10 5 -11 5 -12

6 -12 6 -13 6 -14 7 -14 8 -14 8 -15 8 -16 9 -16 9 -17 10 -17

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

11 -21 11 -22 11 -23 12 -23 12 -24 12 -25 12 -26 13 -26 13 -27 14 -27

Scoring Leader 24 Lucas 21 Walton 21 Walton 24 Lucas 22 Walton 26 Walton 22 Gross 22 Hollins 28 Walton 18 Walton 21 Walton 27 Walton 19 Twardzik 25 Lucas 26 Walton 30 Lucas 25 Lucas 26 Walton 23 Lucas 24 Walton 25 Walton 22 Lucas 22 Lucas 25 Lucas 18 Walton 30 Walton 22 Gross 22 Walton 28 Walton 24 Walton 26 Walton 26 Walton 29 Walton 20 Hollins 20 Davis 20 Neal 31 Lucas 21 Hollins 19 Lucas, Davis 22 Twardzik 36 Lucas 16 Walton, Gross 18 Walton 28 Steele 21 Lucas 32 Lucas 22 Lucas 28 Walton 22 Lucas 23 Lucas 21 Lucas 24 Lucas 35 Lucas 21 Lucas 28 Hollins 41 Lucas 25 Lucas 25 Lucas 23 Lucas 35 Lucas 43 Hollins 27 Lucas 34 Lucas 17 Gross 28 Twardzik 26 Lucas 29 Lucas 26 Lucas, Hollins 22 Hollins 27 Steele 28 Hollins 16 Lucas, Walton 29 Lucas 26 Walton 22 Lucas 30 Lucas 26 Hollins 30 Walton 26 Walton 18 Neal 18 Walton, Gilliam 27 Hollins

Rebounding Leader 18 Lucas 19 Walton 17 Walton 14 Walton 22 Walton 16 Walton 12 Walton 18 Walton 18 Walton 19 Walton 13 Lucas 15 Walton 19 Walton 16 Walton, Lucas 21 Walton 18 Walton 13 Walton 13 Walton, Lucas 18 Walton 17 Walton 15 Walton 18 Walton 15 Walton 12 Lucas 15 Walton 19 Walton 12 Walton 16 Walton 26 Walton 17 Walton 17 Walton 18 Walton 19 Walton 15 Walton 12 Neal 13 Lucas 10 Lucas 15 Walton 11 Lucas 15 Walton 16 Lucas 17 Walton 18 Walton 14 Lucas 15 Walton 13 Walton 19 Lucas 11 Walton 14 Lucas 11 Lucas 14 Lucas 11 Lucas 22 Lucas 15 Jones 10 Jones 9 Jones 16 Jones 13 Jones 16 Lucas 20 Lucas 10 Lucas 9 Lucas 15 Walton 12 Lucas 14 Jones 11 Jones 9 Jones 16 Lucas 11 Lucas 12 Walton 13 Lucas 9 Lucas, Walton 8 Lucas 11 Walton 11 Walton 12 Lucas 16 Walton 14 Walton 16 Walton 15 Walton 11 Walton 16 Walton

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OWNER 1977-78

Left to right, first row: Larry Weinberg, Harry Glickman, Johnny Davis, Dave Twardzik, Lionel Hollins, T.R. Dunn, Jack Ramsay, Jack McKinney. Second row: Larry Steele, Lloyd Neal, Tom Owens, Maurice Lucas, Bill Walton, Corky Calhoun, Bob Gross, Willie Norwood, Ron Culp. Third row: John White, Berlyn Hodges, Dr. Robert Cook, Dr. Larry Mudrick, Wally Scales, Roger Sabrowski, Bill Schonely, George Rickles, Art Johnson.

IN REVIEW --- Through the first 60 games, the defending NBA champions were making prognosticators look good. Before the season started, they labeled the1977-78 Blazers the "team of destiny." Coach Jack Ramsay'sclub appeared to be just that, dominating the league for the first four months. It was 50-10 going into March; it was 30-1 at home, including a club-record 26 wins in a row; it had outscored its opponents by 9.9 points a game. Then disaster struck. Bill Walton was lost for the season after suffering a broken foot 13 minutes into Game 60 at Philadelphia. A night later, Lloyd Neal went to the sidelines for good with a knee injury. In the final 22 games, during which Portland won just eight times, four other regulars missed a total of 23 games because of various hurts. Even so, the Blazers finished with the league's best record, 58-24, but going into the playoffs were just a shadow of the powerhouse that rolled through February. Portland was ousted in the Western Conference semifinals in six games by Seattle. As a team, Portland led the league in defense, with a 101.5 ppg average, and had the best point differential (+6.2). HONORS --- Bill Walton, who led the team in scoring (18.9 ppg), rebounding (13.2 rpg) and blocked shots (2.52 bpg), was selected the league's Most Valuable Player . . . Walton was a 1st team All-NBA choice and Maurice Lucas 2nd team . . . Walton, Lucas and Lionel Hollins were all on the league's All-Defensive 1st team and Bobby Gross the 2nd team . . . Walton was fourth in the league in blocked shots and Gross seventh in FG percentage (.528) . . . Walton (15 points), Lucas (12 points) and Hollins (10 points) all took part in the 1978 NBA All-Star Game. KEY DRAFT PICKS: Kim Anderson, Missouri, and T.R. Dunn, Alabama, (2nd round) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Acquired Tom Owens from Houston in exchange for Robin Jones and cash; Traded Wally Walker to Seattle for a 1st and a 2nd round draft choice; Reacquired Dale Schlueter from Phoenix for a 4th round draft pick. Overall record: 58-24 (1st in league, 1st in conference, 1st in division) Home record: 36-5 (2nd in league), Road record: 22-19 (1st in league) Lost to Seattle in Western Conference Semifinals (4-2)

Bill Walton Maurice Lucas Lionel Hollins Bob Gross Lloyd Neal Johnny Davis Tom Owens Dave Twardzik Larry Steele Jacky Dorsey* Willie Norwood Corky Calhoun Wally Walker* T.R. Dunn Dale Schlueter Portland Opponents

G

58 68 81 72 61 82 82 75 65 4 19 79 9 63 10 82 82

1977-78 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS St

58 63 81 71 12 36 24 46 6 0 2 10 0 0 0

Min

1929 2119 2741 2163 1174 2188 1714 1820 1132 51 351 1370 101 768 109 19730 19730

FG

* Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

202

FGA

Pct.

FT

FTA

460 882 .522 177 246 453 989 .458 207 270 531 1202 .442 223 300 381 720 .529 152 190 272 540 .504 127 177 343 756 .454 188 227 313 639 .490 206 278 242 409 .592 183 234 210 447 .470 100 122 9 19 .474 7 11 40 99 .404 30 46 175 365 .479 66 76 19 41 .463 5 8 100 240 .417 37 56 8 19 .421 9 18 3556 7367 .483 1717 2259 3289 7318 .449 1747 2282

Pct.

Off

Def Reb

.720 118 648 .767 186 435 .743 81 196 .800 180 220 .718 116 257 .828 65 108 .741 195 346 .782 36 98 .820 34 79 .636 6 4 .652 22 43 .868 73 142 .625 7 10 .661 63 84 .500 5 16 .760 1187 2686 .766 1187 2523

Ast.

PF-DQ

766 291 145-3 621 173 221-3 277 380 268-4 400 254 234-5 373 81 128-0 173 217 173-0 541 160 263-7 134 244 186-2 113 87 138-2 10 3 8-0 65 19 56-1 215 87 141-3 17 8 13-0 147 45 74-0 21 18 20-0 3873 2067 2068-30 3710 1818 2093-36

Stl

Blk

Pts

Avg.

60 146 1097 18.9 61 56 1113 16.4 157 29 1285 15.9 100 52 914 12.7 29 21 671 11.0 81 14 874 10.7 33 37 832 10.1 107 4 667 8.9 59 5 520 8.0 0 1 25 6.3 18 0 110 5.8 42 15 416 5.3 2 0 43 4.8 46 8 237 3.8 3 2 25 2.5 798 390 8829 107.7 748 390 8325 101.5


Date Opponent Score Record 1. 10/21 @ Seattle 106 -99 W 1-0 2. 10/22 San Antonio 130 -115 W 2-0 3. 10/25 Buffalo 107 -85 W 3-0 4. 10/26 @ Denver 108 -111 L 3-1 5. 10/28 Philadelphia 98 -94 W 4-1 6. 11/1 New York 113 -104 W 5-1 7. 11/5 Seattle 116 -94 W 6-1 8. 11/6 Indiana 108 -106 W 7-1 9. 11/8 Kansas City 130 -104 W 8-1 10. 11/11 @ Atlanta 132 -92 W 9-1 11. 11/12 @ Houston 102 -104 L 9-2 12. 11/13 @ Milwaukee 109 -106 W 10-2 13. 11/16 @ Indiana 104 -111 L 10-3 14. 11/19 Cleveland 109 -67 W 11-3 15. 11/20 Detroit 118 -101 W 12-3 16. 11/23 Chicago 116 -111 W 13-3 17. 11/26 New Jersey 114 -102 W 14-3 18. 11/27 @ LA Lakers 100 -93 W 15-3 19. 11/29 Phoenix 108 -96 W 16-3 20. 12/2 @ Phoenix 106 -103 W 17-3 21. 12/6 @ Cleveland 116 -94 W 18-3 22. 12/7 @ Philadelphia 100 -122 L 18-4 23. 12/9 @ Boston 118 -87 W 19-4 24. 12/10 @ New York 107 -106 W 20-4 25. 12/13 Buffalo 111 -108 W 21-4 26. 12/14 Washington 117 -104 W 22-4 27. 12/20 Boston 104 -99 W 23-4 28. 12/23 LA Lakers 108 -98 W 24-4 29. 12/25 Golden State 109 -97 W 25-4 30. 12/27 @ Chicago 106 -115 L 25-5 31. 12/28 @ Detroit 111 -106 W 26-5 32. 12/30 @ Golden State 108 -99 W 27-5 33. 1/1 Kansas City 107 -102 W 28-5 34. 1/3 Chicago 92 -90 W 29-5 35. 1/7 Detroit 109 -105 W 30-5 36. 1/8 New Orleans 122 -100 W 31-5 37. 1/10 New York 126 -113 W 32-5 38. 1/13 @ Washington 93 -102 L 32-6 39. 1/15 @ Boston 107 -103 (ot) W 33-6 40. 1/17 @ Buffalo 96 -94 W 34-6 41. 1/18 @ New Jersey 127 -101 W 35-6 42. 1/20 @ New Orleans 100 -101 L 35-7 43. 1/22 @ San Antonio 95 -106 L 35-8 44. 1/24 @ Kansas City 120 -97 W 36-8 45. 1/26 New Jersey 112 -77 W 37-8 46. 1/29 Houston 123 -88 W 38-8 47. 1/31 Milwaukee 136 -116 W 39-8 48. 2/3 Golden State 112 -92 W 40-8 49. 2/9 @ Cleveland 94 -88 W 41-8 50. 2/10 @ Indiana 112 -108 W 42-8 51. 2/12 Denver 103 -101 L 42-9 52. 2/14 Phoenix 112 -100 W 43-9 53. 2/15 Atlanta 102 -99 W 44-9 54. 2/17 @ Denver 105 -112 L 44-10 55. 2/19 Indiana 127 -104 W 45-10 56. 2/21 @ San Antonio 118 -114 (ot) W 46-10 57. 2/22 @ Washington 105 -97 W 47-10 58. 2/24 @ Kansas City 107 -96 W 48-10 59. 2/27 @ Chicago 100 -99 W 49-10 60. 2/28 Philadelphia 113 -92 W 50-10 61. 3/2 @ New York 117 -128 L 50-11 62. 3/4 Cleveland 105 -100 W 51-11 63. 3/5 Milwaukee 126 -88 W 52-11 64. 3/7 @ New Orleans 82 -84 L 52-12 65. 3/9 @ Houston 97 -94 W 53-12 66. 3/10 @ Atlanta 105 -114 L 53-13 67. 3/12 @ Buffalo 90 -96 L 53-14 68. 3/14 New Orleans 103 -109 L 53-15 69. 3/17 San Antonio 99 -118 L 53-16 70. 3/18 Atlanta 105 -86 W 54-16 71. 3/21 Seattle 102 -96 W 55-16 72. 3/23 @ Milwaukee 109 -116 L 55-17 73. 3/24 @ Detroit 95 -107 L 55-18 74. 3/26 @ Philadelphia 100 -116 L 55-19 75. 3/28 Boston 92 -104 L 55-20 76. 3/29 @ Phoenix 94 -127 L 55-21 77. 3/31 @ LA Lakers 103 -101 W 56-21 78. 4/2 @ Seattle 86 -101 L 56-22 79. 4/4 Houston 89 -101 L 56-23 80. 4/6 @ Golden State 96 -115 L 56-24 81. 4/7 Denver 97 -93 W 57-24 82. 4/9 LA Lakers 114 -99 W 58-24 See Playoff section for 1978 Playoff game-by-game scores

Home 1 -0 2 -0 3 -0 4 -0 5 -0 6 -0 7 -0

8 -0 9 -0 10 -0 11 -0 12 -0

13 -0 15 -0 15 -0 16 -0 17 -0

18 -0 19 -0 20 -0 21 -0 22 -0

23 -0 24 -0 25 -0 26 -0 26 -1 27 -1 28 -1 29 -1

30 -1 31 -1 32 -1

32 -2 32 -3 33 -3 34 -3

34 -4

34 -5 35 -5 36 -5

Road 1 -0 1 -1

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

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

8 -5 9 -5 10 -5

10 -6 11 -6 12 -6 13 -6 13 -7 13 -8 14 -8

15 -8 16 -8

16 -9 17 -9 18 -9 19 -9 20 -9 20 -10 20 -11 21 -11 21 -12 21 -13

21 -14 21 -15 21 -16 21 -17 22 -17 22 -18 22 -19

Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 24 Lucas 13 Walton 36 Hollins 16 Walton 27 Lucas 12 Walton 22 Lucas 13 Walton 25 Walton 17 Walton 23 Walton 12 Walton 25 Owens 8 Owens,Luc.,Walt.,Walker 22 Twardzik 14 Walton 20 Lucas 9 Owens 27 Walton 15 Walton 31 Walton 12 Walton 32 Walton 10 Walton, Lucas 21 Steele 13 Lucas 17 Steele, Owens 16 Walton 32 Walton 8 Gross 15 Walton 22 Walton 27 Walton 11 Walton 33 Neal 17 Walton 23 Walton 17 Walton 22 Hollins 18 Walton 27 Gross 10 Walton 27 Lucas 13 Walton 21 Walton 18 Lucas 20 Davis 12 Walton 26 Lucas 14 Walton 21 Lucas 18 Walton 22 Walton 17 Walton 20 Lucas 14 Walton 19 Lucas, Gross 12 Walton 26 Lucas 13 Lucas 31 Neal 16 Neal 18 Hollins 26 Walton 25 Walton 15 Walton 27 Hollins 17 Walton 21 Hollins,Gross 11 Walton, Neal 27 Hollins 14 Walton 22 Owens 19 Walton 24 Walton 14 Walton 23 Lucas 10 Walton, Lucas 17 Walton 15 Walton 30 Walton 11 Neal 24 Walton 10 Lucas 17 Lucas 14 Walton 18 Hollins 10 Walton 27 Walton 14 Walton, Owens 22 Lucas 13 Walton 24 Hollins 10 Walton, Neal 26 Hollins 10 Walton 35 Lucas 14 Lucas 24 Hollins 11 Walton, Lucas 24 Walton 14 Walton 22 Walton 16 Lucas 19 Davis 12 Walton 31 Lucas 15 Walton 26 Walton 17 Walton 34 Walton 18 Walton 19 Neal 7 Walton 26 Neal 15 Walton 35 Neal 15 Neal 27 Neal 10 Neal, Gross 25 Owens 11 Owens 26 Gross 12 Owens 20 Owens, Lucas 18 Owens 21 Lucas 13 Owens 17 Owens 19 Owens 23 Davis 12 Lucas 18 Gross 11 Owens 22 Owens 14 Owens 17 Lucas 10 Gross 27 Owens 14 Owens 26 Owens, Hollins 16 Owens 38 Hollins 10 Owens 28 Hollins 13 Owens 26 Owens 14 Owens 21 Owens 14 Lucas 21 Owens 7 Owens 26 Lucas 10 Lucas 16 Hollins 11 Lucas 21 Owens 13 Owens 21 Davis 16 Lucas 31 Lucas 19 Lucas 23 Owens 9 Lucas

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1977-78

GENERAL MANAGER 1977-78


OWNER 1978-79

Left to right, first row: Larry Weinberg, Harry Glickman, Ron Brewer, Dave Twardzik, Willie Smith, Lionel Hollins, T.R. Dunn, Jack McKinney, Jack Ramsay. Second row: Lloyd Neal, Larry Steele, Mychal Thompson, Tom Owens, Maurice Lucas, Clemon Johnson, Bob Gross, Ira Terrell, Ron Culp. Not in picture: Bill Walton, Kim Anderson, Jim McMillian, Bill Schonely, Jimmy Jones, Dr. Robert Cook, Dr. Larry Mudrick.

IN REVIEW --- Two of top front-court performers were onlookers for most of the season while two rookies stepped forward as the Blazers made it into post-season action for the third straight year. Bill Walton, 1977-78league MVP, missed the entire campaign with an ankle injury, and Lloyd Neall Mr. Reliable in the paint for Portland for seven seasons, played just four games before going to the sidelines for good with ailing knees. He retired at the end of the season.Forward Mychal Thompson, first choice in the 1978 draft (originally Indiana's but acquired in an exchange that included Johnny Davis and Portland's own 1st round pick), had an outstanding rookie season, averaging 14.7 points and 8.3 rebounds, was a strong candidate for NBA Rookie of the Year honors. He had a spectacular NBA debut, getting a team-high 23 points and 10 rebounds in his first game ever then coming back two nights later to score a season-high 37 points and claim 14 rebounds in a win over Kansas City. Guard Ron Brewer, Portland's own 1st round selection, averaged 13.3 ppg, fifth best on the team, while drawing 48 starts. The Blazers, four games under .500 at the season's midway point, went 14-3 during March and early April to finish the season 45-37. Highlight of the run was a three-game road sweep of Cleveland, Washington and Milwaukee. HONORS --- Mychal Thompson and Rod Brewer were selected on the NBA All-Rookie Team . . . Dave Twardzik ranked seventh in free throw percentage (.873), and Tom Owens was ninth in field goal percentage (.548) . . . Maurice Lucas played in his third straight NBA All-Star Game. KEY DRAFT PICKS: Mychal Thompson, Minnesota, and Ron Brewer, Arkansas (both 1st round), Clemon Johnson, Florida A&M (2nd) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Traded Johnny Davis and a 1st round pick to Indiana for a 1978 1st round pick (used to select Mychal Thompson); Traded Corky Calhoun to Indian for a 1980 2nd round pick; Signed veteran free agent Jim McMillian giving New York a 1979 2nd round pick as compensation. Overall record: 45-37 (10th in league, 6th in conference, 4th in division) Home record: 33-8 (2nd in league) , Road record: 12-29 (tie, 13th in league); Lost to Phoenix in Western Conference First Round (2-1)

Maurice Lucas Tom Owens Lionel Hollins Mychal Thompson Ron Brewer Dave Twardzik Bob Gross T.R. Dunn Larry Steele Willie Smith* Ira Terrell Jim McMillian* Clemon Johnson Kim Anderson* Lloyd Neal Portland Opponents

G

69 82 64 73 81 64 53 80 72 13 18 23 74 21 4 82 82

1978-79 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS St

65 82 56 33 48 48 34 15 26 0 0 3 0 0 0

Min

2462 2791 1967 2144 2454 1570 1441 1828 1488 131 160 278 794 224 48 19780 19780

FG

568 600 402 460 434 203 209 246 203 23 30 33 102 24 4 3541 3448

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FGA

1208 1095 886 938 878 381 443 549 483 44 54 74 217 77 11 7338 7059

Pct.

FT

FTA

Pct.

Off

Def Reb

.470 270 345 .783 192 524 .548 320 403 .794 263 477 .454 172 221 .778 32 117 .490 154 269 .572 198 406 .494 210 256 .820 88 141 .533 261 299 .873 39 80 .472 96 119 .807 106 144 .448 122 158 .772 145 199 .420 112 136 .824 58 113 .523 12 17 .706 7 6 .556 8 15 .533 10 27 .446 17 21 .810 16 23 .470 36 74 .486 83 143 .312 15 28 .536 17 28 .364 1 1 1.000 2 7 .483 1806 2362 .765 1256 2435 .488 1889 2501 .755 1080 2350

Ast.

PF-DQ

716 215 254-3 740 301 329-15 149 325 199-3 604 176 270-10 229 165 181-3 119 176 185-5 250 184 161-4 344 103 166-1 171 142 208-4 13 17 19-0 37 15 27-0 39 33 18-0 226 78 121-1 45 15 42-0 9 1 7-0 3691 1946 2187-49 3430 1963 2206-48

Stl

Blk

Pts

Avg.

66 81 1406 20.4 59 58 1520 18.5 114 24 976 15.3 67 134 1074 14.7 102 79 1078 13.3 84 4 667 10.4 70 47 514 9.7 86 23 614 7.7 74 10 518 7.2 10 1 58 4.5 7 6 68 3.8 10 3 83 3.6 23 36 240 3.2 4 5 63 3.0 0 1 9 2.3 776 512 8888 108.4 797 422 8785 107.1


Date Opponent Score Record 1. 10/15 Chicago 97 -108 L 0-1 2. 10/17 Kansas City 115 -112 W 1-1 3. 10/18 @ Denver 113 -125 L 1-2 4. 10/20 @ Golden State 108 -111 L 1-3 5. 10/22 Phoenix 116 -124 L 1-4 6. 10/24 Washington 104 -102 W 2-4 7. 10/28 Milwaukee 106 -95 W 3-4 8. 10/31 Detroit 112 -96 W 4-4 9. 11/3 San Diego 119 -98 W 5-4 10. 11/5 New York 111 -96 W 6-4 11. 11/7 @ Washington 103 -143 L 6-5 12. 11/8 @ Boston 112 -109 W 7-5 13. 11/10 @ New Jersey 86 -91 L 7-6 14. 11/12 Cleveland 98 -91 W 8-6 15. 11/14 New Orleans 123 -103 W 9-6 16. 11/18 Indiana 123 -111 W 10-6 17. 11/19 @ Seattle 85 -88 L 10-7 18. 11/21 @ Milwaukee 93 -123 L 10-8 19. 11/22 @ Kansas City 96 -115 L 10-9 20. 11/24 Chicago 99 -100 L 10-10 21. 11/25 Houston 105 -127 W 11-10 22. 11/28 Boston 102 -97 W 12-10 23. 11/30 @ Cleveland 98 -97 W 13-10 24. 12/2 @ New York 77 -111 L 13-11 25. 12/6 @ Indiana 109 -115 L 13-12 26. 12/8 @ Chicago 99 -100 L 13-13 27. 12/9 @ Houston 110 -116 L 13-14 28. 12/12 LA Lakers 117 -115 W 14-14 29. 12/15 @ Denver 116 -113 W 15-14 30. 12/17 Denver 123 -110 W 16-14 31. 12/23 Washington 114 -109 W 17-14 32. 12/25 Golden State 115 -102 W 18-14 33. 12/28 @ Phoenix 127 -129 (ot) L 18-15 34. 12/29 @ LA Lakers 95 -118 L 18-16 35. 1/2 Seattle 108 -109 L 18-17 36. 1/5 Detroit 98 -96 W 19-17 37. 1/9 Indiana 104 -112 L 19-18 38. 1/11 @ Detroit 101 -104 L 19-19 39. 1/12 @ Boston 125 -128 L 19-20 40. 1/14 @ Philadelphia 106 -112 L 19-21 41. 1/17 @ Atlanta 110 -111 L 19-22 42. 1/19 @ New Orleans 101 -107 L 19-23 43. 1/20 @ San Antonio 118 -115 W 20-23 44. 1/24 @ San Diego 121 -122 L 20-24 45. 1/25 Golden State 108 -103 W 21-24 46. 1/28 Philadelphia 116 -94 W 22-24 47. 1/30 Denver 82 -76 W 23-24 48. 1/31 @ Seattle 112 -115 L 23-25 49. 2/2 New Jersey 117 -100 W 24-25 50. 2/6 Phoenix 110 -93 W 25-25 51. 2/9 San Antonio 125 -106 W 26-25 52. 2/11 Atlanta 91 -97 W 27-25 53. 2/13 New Orleans 120 -101 W 28-25 54. 2/15 @ Houston 116 -119 L 28-26 55. 2/16 @ San Antonio 120 -121 (ot) L 28-27 56. 2/18 Boston 111 -104 W 29-27 57. 2/20 @ Chicago 97 -99 L 29-28 58. 2/21 @ Atlanta 83 -106 L 29-29 59. 2/23 @ New Jersey 99 -110 L 29-30 60. 2/25 @ Detroit 126 -119 (ot) W 30-30 61. 2/27 Philadelphia 118 -115 W 31-30 62. 3/1 Houston 98 -118 L 31-31 63. 3/4 Cleveland 106 -102 W 32-31 64. 3/6 @ New York 118 -110 W 33-31 65. 3/7 @ New Orleans 103 -102 W 34-31 66. 3/9 @ Indiana 116 -125 L 34-32 67. 3/11 @ Kansas City 115 -100 W 35-32 68. 3/13 Atlanta 103 -82 W 36-32 69. 3/14 @ San Diego 105 -110 L 36-33 70. 3/17 New Jersey 124 -113 W 37-33 71. 3/20 San Diego 115 -109 W 38-33 72. 3/21 @ LA Lakers 114 -110 W 39-33 73. 3/24 Kansas City 100 -98 W 40-33 74. 3/25 Milwaukee 110 -122 (ot) L 40-34 75. 3/27 New York 123 -112 W 41-34 76. 3/29 @ Cleveland 120 -103 W 42-34 77. 3/30 @ Washington 132 -104 W 43-34 78. 4/1 @ Milwaukee 109 -107 W 44-34 79. 4/3 Seattle 106 -102 W 45-34 80. 4/4 @ Phoenix 95 -106 L 45-35 81. 4/6 @ Golden State 87 -91 L 45-36 82. 4/7 LA Lakers 98 -99 L 45-37 See Playoff section for 1979 Playoff game-by-game scores

Home 0 -1 1 -1 1 -2 2 -2 3 -2 4 -2 5 -2 6 -2

7 -2 8 -2 9 -2

9 -3 10 -3 11 -3

12 -3 13 -3 14 -3 15 -3 15 -4 16 -4 16 -5

17 -5 18 -5 19 -5 20 -5 21 -5 22 -5 23 -5 24 -5 25 -5

26 -5 26 -6 27 -6

28 -6 29 -6 30 -6 31 -6 31 -7 32 -7

33 -7 33 -8

Road 0 -1 0 -2

0 -3 1 -3 1 -4

1 -5 1 -6 1 -7

2 -7 2 -8 2 -9 2 -10 2 -11 3 -11

3 -12 3 -13

3 -14 3 -15 3 -16 3 -17 3 -18 4 -18 4 -19

4 -20

4 -21 4 -22 4 -23 4 -24 4 -25 5 -25

6 -25 7 -25 7 -26 8 -26 8 -27 9 -27

10 -27 11 -27 12 -27 12 -28 12 -29

Scoring Leader 23 M.Thompson 37 M.Thompson 32 Owens 24 R.Brewer 29 Steele 29 M.Thompson 25 Owens,Hollins 19 Hollins 22 Owens 30 Lucas 21 Owens 23 Owens 25 Owens 24 Lucas 22 Lucas 29 Hollins 18 Owens 25 R.Brewer 21 Twardzik 24 Owens 33 Lucas 22 Owens 23 Lucas 16 Lucas 28 Lucas 27 Owens 25 Owens 27 Owens 32 Lucas 35 Owens 23 Owens 27 Hollins 27 Hollins 17 Owens 26 Hollins 26 Lucas 23 Twardzik 24 Lucas 46 Lucas 27 Lucas 31 Lucas 26 R.Brewer 32 Lucas 30 Owens 22 Hollins 33 Hollins 21 Hollins 23 Owens 18 Owens,Hollins 27 Hollins 24 Lucas 24 Lucas 28 Hollins 30 R.Brewer 21 M.Thompson 29 Lucas 28 Lucas 29 Lucas 21 Lucas,R.Brewer 29 Hollins 27 Lucas 19 Hollins 25 M.Thompson 34 Owens 21 R.Brewer 37 Owens 25 M.Thompson,Lucas 19 M.Thompson 26 M.Thompson 24 Lucas 27 M.Thompson 20 Lucas,Owens 24 R.Brewer 23 M.Thompson 29 M.Thompson 24 Lucas 30 Owens 30 Lucas 24 Owens 18 Owens 20 Owens 20 Lucas

Rebounding Leader 10 M.Thompson 13 M.Thompson 12 Owens 15 Owens 10 M.Thompson 14 M.Thompson 9 Owens 17 M.Thompson 22 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 10 M.Thompson,Owens 11 Lucas 13 M.Thompson,Owens 15 Lucas 13 Owens 15 M.Thompson 13 Owens 9 M.Thompson 7 M.Thompson,Owens 12 Lucas 9 Lucas 13 Lucas 13 Lucas 7 Owens,Steele 13 Owens 19 Lucas 14 Owens 7 Lucas 13 Lucas 16 Owens 11 Owens 10 Lucas 11 Owens 8 Lucas 13 M.Thompson 14 Lucas 12 Lucas 15 Lucas 17 Lucas 9 Lucas 17 Owens 11 Gross 15 Lucas 9 Owens 13 Owens 13 Lucas 18 Owens 9 Owens 10 C.Johnson 11 Owens 15 Lucas 12 Owens 16 Lucas 10 Owens 15 Lucas 14 Lucas 13 Lucas 12 Lucas 12 Lucas 18 Lucas 12 M.Thompson 8 Lucas,Owens 15 Owens 17 Owens 12 Gross 15 M.Thompson 16 Lucas 11 Owens 12 Lucas 15 Lucas 10 M.Thompson 12 Lucas 15 Owens 14 M.Thompson 13 M.Thompson 16 M.Thompson 9 M.Thompson 9 Dunn 13 Lucas 11 Lucas 10 Lucas 11 Lucas

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1978-79

GENERAL MANAGER 1978-79


OWNER 1979-80

Left to right, first row: Larry Weinberg, Harry Glickman, Jim Paxson, Ron Brewer, Dave Twardzik, T.R. Dunn, Larry Steele, Calvin Natt, Jack Ramsay, Bucky Buckwalter. Second row: Dr. Robert Cook, Dr. Larry Mudrick, Abdul Jeelani, Mychal Thompson, Kevin Kunnert, Tom Owens, Kermit Washington, Bob Gross, Jim Brewer, Ron Culp, Stu Inman. Third row: Berlyn Hodges, Bill Schonely, Wally Scales, John Spoelstra, George Rickles.

IN REVIEW --- New faces came on the scene, among them Calvin Natt, Kermit Washington, Kevin Kunnert, Jim Paxson and Billy Ray Bates. Gone were three players who had big roles in the 1977 championshiprun---Bill Walton, Maurice Lucas and Lionel Hollins.The Blazers opened strong, winning their first nine games, but then dropped into a mid-season slump during which they lost 10 in a row and 15 of 19. They finished the season 38-44, and below the .500 mark for the first time since the 1975-76 season. A pair of victories over San Diego in the final week of the season helped Portland hold off the Clippers for the sixth and final spot in the Western Conference Playoffs. The Blazers finished three wins ahead of the Clippers in the final standings. Calvin Natt, acquired on February 8, played a big role in Portland making it to the playoffs. He averaged a team-best 20.4 ppg in 25 games in a Blazers uniform. Portland's defense was the second best in the league, allowing just 103.3 ppg, but the offense ranked next to last, producing 102.5 ppg. HONORS --- Calvin Natt was named to the NBA All-Rookie team . . . Kermit Washington was selected on the All-Defensive second team and played in the 1980 All-Star Game . . . He finished eighth in the NBA in FG shooting (.553) and was ninth in rebounding (10.5 rpg). CHANGES --- Bucky Buckwalter was advanced to assistant coach replacing Jack McKinney . . . KEY DRAFT PICKS: Jim Paxson, Dayton (1st round) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Received Kermit Washington and Kevin Kunnert plus a 1st round draft choice from San Diego as compensation for the Clippers signing veteran free agent Bill Walton; Acquired Jim Brewer from Detroit for a 2nd round draft pick in 1981; Traded Clemon Johnson to New Jersey for a 1981 2nd round pick; Traded Lionel Hollins to Philadelphia for a 1981 1st round draft pick and cash; Traded Maurice Lucas and two 1st round draft picks to New Jersey for Calvin Natt; Signed free agents Abdul Jeelani and Billy Ray Bates; Larry Steele and Dave Twardzik both retired at the end of the season because of injures. Overall record: 38-44 (13th in league, 6th in conference, 4th in division) Home record: 26-15 (tie, 12th in league) , Road record: 12-29 (tie, 12th in league) Lost to Seattle in Western Conference First Round (2-1)

1979-80 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS

G St Min FG FGA Calvin Natt 25 22 811 201 419 Tom Owens 76 73 2337 518 1008 Ron Brewer 82 82 2815 548 1182 Maurice Lucas* 41 17 1176 243 552 K. Washington 80 72 2657 421 761 Billy Ray Bates 16 0 235 72 146 Lionel Hollins* 20 5 413 82 213 Abdul Jeelani 77 6 1286 288 565 Larry Steele 16 14 446 62 146 Bob Gross 62 37 1581 221 472 Dave Twardzik 67 47 1594 183 394 Kevin Kunnert 18 0 302 50 114 T.R. Dunn 82 27 1841 240 551 Jim Paxson 72 2 1270 189 460 Jim Brewer 67 5 1016 90 184 Portland 82 19880 3408 7167 Opponents 82 19880 3349 7008 * Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

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Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. FT FTA Pct. Off Def .480 2 4 .500 107 139 .770 66 112 .514 1 2 .500 213 283 .753 189 384 .464 6 32 .188 184 219 .840 54 160 .440 2 5 .400 100 137 .730 85 240 .553 0 3 .000 231 360 .642 325 517 .493 8 19 .421 28 39 .718 13 16 .385 1 10 .100 34 53 .642 5 15 .510 0 6 .000 161 204 .789 114 156 .425 0 4 .000 22 27 .815 13 32 .468 1 10 .100 95 114 .833 84 165 .464 4 7 .571 197 252 .782 52 104 .439 0 0 .000 26 43 .605 37 75 .436 0 3 .000 84 111 .757 132 192 .411 1 22 .045 64 90 .711 25 84 .489 0 5 .000 14 29 .483 101 156 .476 26 132 .197 1560 2100 .743 1295 2408 .478 55 186 .296 1716 2281 .752 1138 2358

Reb 178 573 214 325 842 29 20 270 45 249 156 112 324 109 257 3703 3496

Ast. PF-DQ Stl Blk Pts Avg. 57 57-0 24 12 511 20.4 194 270-5 45 53 1250 16.4 216 154-0 98 48 1286 15.7 125 141-1 23 35 588 14.3 167 307-8 73 131 1073 13.4 31 26-0 14 2 180 11.3 50 35-0 30 1 199 10.0 95 155-0 40 40 737 9.6 67 53-0 25 1 146 9.1 228 179-3 60 47 538 8.7 273 149-2 77 1 567 8.5 29 59-1 7 22 126 7.0 147 145-1 102 31 564 6.9 144 97-0 48 5 443 6.2 75 129-2 42 43 194 2.9 1898 1956-23 708 472 8402 102.5 2008 1880-23 756 395 8469 103.3


Date Opponent Score Record 1. 10/12 Utah 101 -85 W 1-0 2. 10/14 Denver 109 -93 W 2-0 3. 10/16 San Diego 88 -81 W 3-0 4. 10/18 @ Utah 107 -92 W 4-0 5. 10/19 @LA Lakers 99 -82 W 5-0 6. 10/21 Golden State 91 -74 W 6-0 7. 10/23 Kansas City 90 -88 W 7-0 8. 10/24 @ Denver 88 -87 W 8-0 9. 10/26 Chicago 95 -93 W 9-0 10. 10/28 Phoenix 88 -89 L 9-1 11. 10/31 @ Golden State 106 -111 L 9-2 12. 11/3 @ San Diego 123 -102 W 10-2 13. 11/4 San Antonio 127 -124 (ot) W 11-2 14. 11/7 @ Indiana 90 -97 L 11-3 15. 11/8 @ Milwaukee 89 -98 L 11-4 16. 11/10 @ Chicago 94 -90 W 12-4 17. 11/11 @ Kansas City 112 -109 W 13-4 18. 11/13 Milwaukee 92 -101 L 13-5 19. 11/16 @ Phoenix 97 -98 L 13-6 20. 11/17 Cleveland 103 -96 W 14-6 21. 11/18 Seattle 100 -95 W 15-6 22. 11/20 LA Lakers 114 -99 W 16-6 23. 11/23 @ Seattle 90 -94 L 16-7 24. 11/25 Phoenix 86 -87 L 16-8 25. 11/28 @ Atlanta 99 -106 L 16-9 26. 11/30 @ San Antonio 100 -107 L 16-10 27. 12/1 @ Houston 112 -120 (ot) L 16-11 28. 12/3 @ Utah 82 -87 (ot) L 16-12 29. 12/7 Chicago 93 -95 L 16-13 30. 12/9 San Diego 96 -98 L 16-14 31. 12/11 @ Chicago 93 -104 L 16-15 32. 12/12 @ Kansas City 85 -124 L 16-16 33. 12/15 Denver 106 -98 W 17-16 34. 12/16 Houston 123 -101 W 18-16 35. 12/19 @ Denver 106 -114 L 18-17 36. 12/21 New Jersey 100 -97 W 19-17 37. 12/23 New York 103 -111 L 19-18 38. 12/25 Golden State 113 -91 W 20-18 39. 12/26 @ Phoenix 99 -119 L 20-19 40. 12/28 @ Seattle 97 -128 L 20-20 41. 12/30 Seattle 100 -107 L 20-21 42. 1/1 Washington 109 -99 W 21-21 43. 1/2 @ Golden State 92 -111 L 21-22 44. 1/4 Utah 115 -97 W 22-22 45. 1/6 Detroit 119 -102 W 23-22 46. 1/8 Indiana 118 -122 L 23-23 47. 1/11 @ New Jersey 128 -107 W 24-23 48. 1/13 @ Washington 95 -127 L 24-24 49. 1/16 @ Philadelphia 110 -121 L 24-25 50. 1/18 @ Boston 93 -111 L 24-26 51. 1/20 @ Milwaukee 88 -89 L 24-27 52. 1/24 LA Lakers 111 -103 W 25-27 53. 1/26 @ Denver 96 -100 L 25-28 54. 1/29 Milwaukee 96 -103 L 25-29 55. 1/31 Kansas City 94 -93 W 26-29 56. 2/5 @ Kansas City 105 -99 W 27-29 57. 2/8 @ San Diego 104 -118 L 27-30 58. 2/12 Atlanta 89 -95 L 27-31 59. 2/13 @ LA Lakers 103 -129 L 27-32 60. 2/15 Boston 91 -106 L 27-33 61. 2/17 Golden State 103 -98 W 28-33 62. 2/19 @ New York 103 -113 L 28-34 63. 2/23 @ Detroit 130 -107 W 29-34 64. 2/24 @ Cleveland 115 -100 W 30-34 65. 2/26 @ Philadelphia 96 -98 L 30-35 L 30-36 66. 2/29 Utah 87 -91 67. 3/2 Chicago 110 -107 W 31-36 68. 3/4 Seattle 97 -98 L 31-37 69. 3/8 @ Utah 110 -117 L 31-38 70. 3/7 Denver 113 -104 W 32-38 71. 3/9 LA Lakers 142 -121 W 33-38 72. 3/12 @ LA Lakers 94 -102 L 33-39 73. 3/14 @ Milwaukee 110 -120 L 33-40 74. 3/15 @ Chicago 108 -110 L 33-41 75. 3/18 Milwaukee 123 -122 W 34-41 76. 3/19 @ Golden State 115 -113 (ot) W 35-41 77. 3/21 Phoenix 100 -111 L 35-42 78. 3/23 San Diego 98 -91 W 36-42 79. 3/25 Kansas City 106 -102 W 37-42 80. 3/27 @ San Diego 96 -93 W 38-42 81. 3/28 @ Phoenix 100 -114 L 38-43 82. 3/30 @ Seattle 104 -130 L 38-44 See Playoff section for 1980 Playoff game-by-game scores

Home 1 -0 2 -0 3 -0 4 -0 5 -0 6 -0 6 -1 7 -1

7 -2 8 -2 9 -2 10 -2 10 -3

10 -4 10 -5 11 -5 12 -5 13 -5 13 -6 14 -6 14 -7 15 -7 16 -7 17 -7 17 -8

18 -8 18 -9 19 -9 19 -10 19 -11 20 -11

20 -12 20 -13 21 -13 21 -14 22 -14 23 -14

24 -14 24 -15 25 -15 26 -15

Road

1 -0 2 -0 3 -0 3 -1 4 -1 4 -2 4 -3 5 -3 6 -3 6 -4

6 -5 6 -6 6 -7 6 -8 6 -9 6 -10 6 -11 6 -12

6 -13 6 -14 6 -15

7 -15 7 -16 7 -17 7 -18 7 -19 7 -20 8 -20 8 -21 8 -22 8 -23 9 -23 10 -23

10 -24 10 -25 10 -26 10 -27 11 -27

12 -27 12 -28 12 -29

Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 29 Owens 8 Owens,J.Brewer 27 Owens 12 Washington 18 Owens,Dunn 11 Washington 21 Owens,R.Brewer 11 Washington 18 R.Brewer 12 Washington 21 Owens 11 J.Brewer 17 Owens 9 Washington 20 R.Brewer 14 Washington 25 Owens 12 Washington 18 Lucas 14 Washington 20 Lucas 9 Kunnert 19 Dunn,Jeelani 10 Owens 24 Owens 9 Washington 28 Owens 11 Owens 19 R.Brewer 10 Washington 32 Owens 11 Owens 22 Lucas 13 Owens 17 R.Brewer 17 Washington 23 Owens 14 Washington 27 Washington 17 Washington 21 R.Brewer 15 Washington 24 Owens,Lucas 14 Washington 17 Lucas 9 Washington 28 Lucas 13 Washington,Lucas 27 Jeelani 17 Washington 24 R.Brewer 15 Lucas 28 Jeelani 14 Washington 16 Washington 10 Lucas 23 R.Brewer 10 Owens 21 R.Brewer 14 Lucas,Washington 21 R.Brewer 10 Lucas,Washington 16 Washington 10 Washington,Owens 23 Washington 14 Washington 33 R.Brewer 11 Lucas 26 Washington 12 Washington 21 Twardzik 15 Washington 29 Lucas 13 Washington 32 Owens 10 Washington 16 Hollins 7 Gross 17 Washington,Owens 16 Washington 25 R.Brewer 12 Washington 30 Lucas 8 Washington,Lucas,Owens 16 Washington 18 Washington 28 Owens 14 Washington 28 R.Brewer 9 Dunn,J.Brewer 27 R.Brewer,Wash. 6 Gross,Owens 30 Owens 11 Washington 23 R.Brewer 13 Lucas 13 Lucas 26 R.Brewer 22 Gross 15 Owens 19 R.Brewer 13 Owens 27 R.Brewer,Owens 16 Washington 17 Owens,Gross 14 Owens 20 Jeelani 12 Owens 20 R.Brewer 19 Washington 24 Owens 15 Washington 23 R.Brewer 11 Washington 22 Owens 14 Owens 20 R.Brewer 10 Washington 22 Jeelani 11 Washington 26 Jeelani 10 Jeelani,Natt 21 Natt 13 Natt 39 Natt 9 Owens 23 Natt 10 Washington 23 Natt 9 Washington 20 Natt 8 Washington,Natt,J.Brewer 31 Natt 10 Natt 25 Natt 13 Natt 26 R.Brewer 9 Jeelani 29 Natt 19 Washington 23 Twardzik 10 Washington 23 Owens 15 Owens 24 Natt 10 Washington 28 Jeelani 10 Owens 25 R.Brewer 14 Washington 24 Natt 10 Washington 16 Bates 10 Owens 28 Natt 13 Washington 24 Natt 12 Washington 18 Owens 9 Natt 20 Bates 8 Owens 10 Washington,Owens 18 Washington

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1979-80

GENERAL MANAGER 1979-80


OWNER 1980-81

Left to right, first row: Jack Ramsay, Bucky Buckwalter, Bob Gross, Jim Paxson, Billy Ray Bates, Mike Gale, Kelvin Ransey, Dave Twardzik, Harry Glickman, Larry Weinberg. Second row: Ron Culp, Calvin Natt, Mychal Thompson, Jeff Crompton, Kermit Washington, Michael Harper, Tom Owens, Kevin Kunnert.

IN REVIEW --- The Trail Blazers set a club record for December, going 13-2, part of a stretch when they won 14 of 15 games. And, they finished the season by winning 12 of their last 16 games and 16 of their last 22,including the capturing their final three on the road. Those runs helped boost the final record to 45-37, seven victories better than the previous season. Balanced scoring and a relatively injury-free season were contributing factors in the improvement. Seven Blazer regulars averaged in double-digit scoring, led by second-year guard Jim Paxson's 17.1 ppg and Mychal Thompson's 17.0 ppg. Rookie Kelvin Ransey took over the starting point guard role in November and ended the season with a club-record 555 assists, the league's seventh highest total for the year. For the fourth straight year since winning the title in 1977 Portland exited the playoffs after one round but only after a hard-fought best-of-three series with Kansas City. The Kings took the first one in overtime, 98-97. The Blazers came back to win Game 2, also in OT, 124-119, with Mychal Thompson scoring a Portland playoff record 40 points. KC clinched the series with a 104-95 victory. In that loss, the Blazers shot 54 percent from the floor and converted two more field goals than the Kings but were only five-of-eight from the line, playoff lows for the club. HONORS --- Kelvin Ransey was named to the NBA All-Rookie team . . . Kermit Washington for the second straight year was selected on the NBA's All-Defensive second team . . . Ransey was seventh in the league in assists (6.9 apg); Washington sixth in FG percentage (.569); Billy Ray Bates 10th in FT percentage (.854); Mychal Thompson eighth in blocked shots (2.15 bpg). KEY DRAFT PICKS: Ron Lester, Iowa (1st round), Michael Harper, North Park (3rd). . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Traded draft rights to Ron Lester to Chicago for the rights to Kelvin Ransey and an exchange of 1981 1st round draft picks; Traded T.R. Dunn and a 1983 1st round draft pick to Denver for a 1983 1st round draft pick (used to draft Clyde Drexler) and a 1984 2nd round pick; Traded Jim Brewer to the LA Lakers for a 1984 2nd round pick (used to draft Jerome Kersey); Traded Ron Brewer to San Antonio for Mike Gale and a 1st round draft pick in 1982. Overall record: 45-37 (tie, 8th in league, 4th in conference, 3rd in division) Home record: 30-11 (tie, 6th in league) , Road record: 15-26 (tie, 11th in league) Lost to Kansas City in Western Conference First Round (2-1)

1980-81 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS

G St Min FG FGA Jim Paxson 79 79 2701 585 1092 Mychal Thompson 79 75 2790 569 1151 Kelvin Ransey 80 57 2431 525 1162 Billy Ray Bates 77 4 1560 439 902 Calvin Natt 74 62 2111 395 794 Kermit Washington 73 45 2120 325 571 Tom Owens 79 47 1843 322 630 Bob Gross 82 24 1934 253 479 Ron Brewer* 29 10 548 95 246 Kevin Kunnert 55 1 842 101 216 Mike Gale 42 0 476 71 145 Roy Hamilton 1 0 5 1 3 Mike Harper 55 0 461 56 136 Geoff Crompton 6 0 33 4 8 Portland 82 19855 3741 7535 Opponents 82 19855 3584 7351 * Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

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Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. FT FTA Pct. Off Def .536 2 30 .067 182 248 .734 74 137 .494 0 1 .000 207 323 .641 223 463 .452 3 31 .097 164 219 .749 42 153 .487 14 54 .259 170 199 .854 71 86 .497 4 8 .500 200 283 .707 149 282 .569 0 1 .000 181 288 .628 236 450 .511 0 4 .000 191 250 .764 165 291 .528 0 9 .000 135 159 .849 126 202 .386 1 3 .333 26 34 .765 13 20 .468 0 0 .000 42 54 .778 98 189 .490 1 4 .250 36 42 .857 9 38 .333 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 2 1 .412 0 3 .000 37 85 .435 28 65 .500 0 0 .000 1 5 .200 7 11 .496 25 148 .169 1573 2191 .718 1243 2388 .488 34 149 .228 1805 2377 .759 1249 2419

Reb 211 686 195 157 431 686 456 328 33 287 47 3 93 18 3631 3668

Ast. PF-DQ Stl Blk Pts Avg. 299 172-1 140 9 1354 17.1 284 260-5 62 170 1345 17.0 555 201-1 88 9 1217 15.2 196 120-0 82 6 1062 13.8 159 188-2 73 18 994 13.4 149 258-5 85 86 831 11.4 140 273-10 36 47 835 10.6 251 238-5 90 67 641 7.8 55 42-0 34 9 217 7.5 67 143-1 17 32 244 4.4 70 61-0 39 5 179 4.3 0 1-0 0 0 3 3.0 17 73-0 23 20 149 2.7 2 4-0 0 2 9 1.5 2244 2034-30 769 480 9080 110.7 2109 1932-30 802 422 9007 109.8


Date Opponent Score Record 1. 10/10 @ Utah 86 -96 L 0-1 2. 10/12 Seattle 107 -96 W 1-1 3. 10/15 @ Golden State 92 -95 L 1-2 4. 10/17 Houston 99 -102 L 1-3 5. 10/21 LA Lakers 107 -103 W 2-3 6. 10/24 Dallas 120 -105 W 3-3 7. 10/26 @ Seattle 98 -111 L 3-4 8. 10/28 @ San Antonio 112 -120 L 3-5 9. 10/29 @ Kansas City 98 -115 L 3-6 10. 11/1 Utah 87 -95 L 3-7 11. 11/2 Cleveland 102 -96 W 4-7 12. 11/4 @ LA Lakers 118 -119 L 4-8 13. 11/7 Golden State 122 -113 W 5-8 14. 11/8 San Diego 106 -110 (ot) L 5-9 15. 11/11 Kansas City 101 -102 L 5-10 16. 11/14 @ Dallas 106 -113 L 5-11 17. 11/15 @ Denver 123 -125 L 5-12 18. 11/16 @ Phoenix 107 -119 L 5-13 19. 11/18 Denver 122 -103 W 6-13 20. 11/20 Milwaukee 93 -97 L 6-14 21. 11/23 Dallas 116 -96 W 7-14 22. 11/25 @ Atlanta 108 -112 L 7-15 23. 11/26 @ Boston 101 -126 L 7-16 24. 11/28 @ Philadelphia 103 -116 L 7-17 25. 11/29 @ New York 110 -111 L 7-18 26. 12/2 New Jersey 105 -118 L 7-19 27. 12/4 @ San Diego 103 -100 W 8-19 28. 12/5 Chicago 116 -115 W 9-19 29. 12/7 San Antonio 116 -115 W 10-19 30. 12/9 Seattle 111 -98 W 11-19 31. 12/12 Houston 106 -100 W 12-19 32. 12/14 @ Phoenix 116 -110 W 13-19 33. 12/17 @ Golden State W 14-19 115 -113 34. 12/19 @ LA Lakers 110 -106 W 15-19 35. 12/20 Atlanta 122 -119 (ot) W 16-19 36. 12/21 Phoenix 100 -111 L 16-20 37. 12/23 LA Lakers 108 -102 W 17-20 38. 12/25 Golden State 115 -114 W 18-20 39. 12/26 @ Seattle 96 -90 W 19-20 40. 12/30 Philadelphia 109 -108 W 20-20 41. 1/1 Denver 122 -119 W 21-20 42.1/3 @ Utah 103 -109 L 21-21 43. 1/4 Boston 111 -120 L 21-22 44. 1/6 Detroit 110 -90 W 22-22 45. 1/9 @ San Antonio 86 -102 L 22-23 46. 1/10 @ Houston 105 -106 L 22-24 47. 1/14 @ Kansas City 110 -91 W 23-24 48. 1/16 @ Chicago 113 -112 W 24-24 49. 1/18 @ Milwaukee 103 -110 L 24-25 50. 1/20 @ Cleveland 94 -99 L 24-26 51. 1/23 New York 117 -90 W 25-26 52. 1/25 San Antonio 118 -100 W 26-26 53. 1/26 @ LA Lakers 112 -124 L 26-27 54. 1/29 @ San Diego 108 -106 W 27-27 55. 2/3 Washington 111 -104 (ot) W 28-27 56. 2/4 @ Golden State 100 -115 L 28-28 57. 2/6 @ San Antonio 96 -122 L 28-29 58. 2/8 Kansas City 129 -123 (ot) W 29-29 59. 2/12 Seattle 109 -112 L 29-30 60. 2/13 @ Denver 143 -162 L 29-31 61. 2/15 Utah 118 -84 W 30-31 62. 2/17 @ Washington 124 -104 W 31-31 63. 2/19 @ Detroit 115 -106 W 32-31 64. 2/20 @ New Jersey 113 -123 (ot) L 32-32 65. 2/22 @ Indiana 113 -109 (ot) W 33-32 66. 2/24 San Diego 107 -121 L 33-33 67. 2/27 Phoenix 121 -117 W 34-33 68. 3/1 Utah 108 -97 W 35-33 69. 3/3 Indiana 117 -112 W 36-33 70. 3/5 @ Kansas City 100 -106 L 36-34 71. 3/6 @ Phoenix 107 -128 L 36-35 72. 3/8 Golden State 120 -112 (ot) W 37-35 73. 3/10 @ Denver 142 -137 W 38-35 74. 3/13 @ Houston 104 -126 L 38-36 75. 3/15 Dallas 135 -110 W 39-36 76. 3/17 San Diego 127 -112 W 40-36 77. 3/20 Houston 107 -103 W 41-36 78. 3/21 LA Lakers 111 -117 L 41-37 79. 3/24 Phoenix 120 -111 W 42-37 80. 3/25 @ Seattle 112 -103 W 43-37 81. 3/27 @ Dallas 123 -109 W 44-37 82. 3/29 @ San Diego 144 -129 W 45-37 See Playoff section for 1981 Playoff game-by-game scores

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

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

6 -4 6 -5 7 -5

7 -6 8 -6 9 -6 10 -6 11 -6

12 -6 12 -7 13 -7 14 -7 15 -7 16 -7 16 -8 17 -8

18 -8 19 -8 20 -8 21 -8 21 -9 22 -9

22 -10 23 -10 24 -10 25 -10 26 -10 27 -10 28 -10 29 -10 29 -11 30 -11

Road 0 -1 0 -2

0 -3 0 -4 0 -5 0 -6

0 -7 0 -8 0 -9

0 -10 0 -11 0 -12 0 -13 1 -13

2 -13 3 -13 4 -13

5 -13 5 -14 5 -15 5 -16 6 -16 7 -16 7 -17 7 -18 7 -19 8 -19 8 -20 8 -21 8 -22 9 -22 10 -22 10 -23 11 -23

11 -24 11 -25 12 -25 12 -26

13 -26 14 -26 15 -26

Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 26 R.Brewer 12 M.Thompson 18 M.Thompson,Bates 13 Kunnert 19 Paxson 12 Washington 20 Washington 15 Washington 18 Owens 16 Washington 22 M.Thompson 11 Washington 16 M.Thompson 10 Washington 24 Natt 12 Washington 19 Washington 10 Natt,Gross 21 M.Thompson 17 Washington 18 R.Brewer 11 M.Thompson 26 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 27 Owens 17 Washington 26 Owens 11 Washington 20 Natt 12 Washington 19 Natt 14 M.Thompson 27 Washington 12 Washington,Owens 21 Natt 11 M.Thompson,Owens 25 Paxson 11 Washington 18 M.Thompson 10 M.Thompson 20 Paxson,Owens 11 Washington 18 Paxson 10 Washington,M.Thompson 17 R.Brewer 9 M.Thompson,Kunnert 27 Natt 18 Owens 28 Natt 11 M.Thompson 26 Bates 11 Owens 21 M.Thompson,Paxson 8 Owens 21 Ransey 11 M.Thompson 21 Bates 8 Washington 30 Paxson 9 Natt 18 Bates, Ransey 10 Kunnert 24 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 23 M.Thompson 10 M.Thompson,Natt 21 M.Thompson 11 M.Thompson 29 Paxson 9 M.Thompson,Natt 22 Bates 7 Paxson 25 Ransey 13 M.Thompson 23 Owens 10 Kunnert 27 M.Thompson 14 Owens 25 M.Thompson 10 M.Thompson 29 Ransey 11 M.Thompson,Washington 21 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 22 M.Thompson 10 M.Thompson,Owens 21 Paxson 12 Washington 18 Paxson 8 M.Thompson 30 Paxson 11 Washington 32 Ransey 14 Washington 21 Paxson 5 Owens 23 M.Thompson 17 M.Thompson 20 Owens 11 Owens 23 Paxson 14 M.Thompson 21 Paxson 12 M.Thompson 21 Bates 13 Owens 30 Paxson 12 Washington 24 Bates 14 Washington 21 Ransey 13 M.Thompson 17 M.Thompson 9 M.Tho.,Ransey, Bates 24 M.Thompson 14 M.Thompson 27 M.Thompson 8 M.Thompson 25 Natt 9 Natt 25 Bates 8 Washington 24 Ransey 11 M.Thompson 24 Bates 8 M.Thompson 26 Ransey 11 M.Thompson,Washington 23 Natt 11 Owens 23 Bates 16 Washington 33 Ransey 9 Washington 29 Ransey 9 M.Thompson 28 M.Thompson 11 Washington 21 M.Thompson 16 Washington 20 M.Thompson,Ransey 7 Washington 33 M.Thompson 13 Natt 35 Ransey 16 Washington 20 Ransey 10 Washington 35 Bates 10 Kunnert 24 Paxson 8 M.Thompson 21 Paxson,Bates 10 Washington 24 Ransey 19 Washington 33 Ransey 14 Washington 24 M.Tho..,Ransey,Bates 9 M.Thompson 29 M.Thompson 11 M.Thompson 40 Bates 10 M.Thompson

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HISTORY

1980-81

GENERAL MANAGER 1980-81


OWNER 1981-82

Left to right, first row: Larry Weinberg, Harry Glickman, Billy Ray Bates, Jim Paxson, Kelvin Ransey, Jeff Lamp, Darnell Valentine, Jim Lynam, Jack Ramsay. Second row: Ron Culp, Bob Gross, Mychal Thompson, Kevin Kunnert, Petur Gudmundsson, Michael Harper, Peter Verhoeven, Calvin Natt, Bucky Buckwalter.

IN REVIEW --- Even though they finished the year at 42-40, two games above .500, the 1981-82 Trail Blazers became the first Portland team to miss the NBA Playoffs in six seasons. While only 12 of the 22 other teams in the league had better records, four of those were in the tough Pacifi Division and seven were in the Western Conference. The Blazers were adversely affected when Kermit Washington, their rebounding leader the previous two seasons, was hobbled by an ankle injury suffered prior to the start of regular season play. Washington, an NBA All-Defensive team choice the previous two seasons and Portland's leading rebounder and field goal shooter in both campaigns, saw action in only 20 of the team's first 38 games and averaged just 5.0 points and 5.9 rebounds before the gimpy ankle forced his retirement from basketball on January 26. Despite the loss of Washington and injuries to other key front-line players for varied lengths of time, the Blazers were still in the hunt for a playoff spot going into the final week of action. After defeating Golden State, 116-106 in overtime to improve to 41-37, Portland dropped three of its last four games and Phoenix took the final spot in the six-team Western Conference playoffs. HONORS --- Mychal Thompson was fourth in the league in rebounding (11.7 rpg), fifth highest one season average in club history; Calvin Natt ranked fifth in FG percentage (.576) which was a club record; Kelvin Ransey, who equaled his previous year's team-record 555 assists, was ninth in that category (7.1 apg). CHANGES --- Stu Inman added the duties of general manager to those of director of player personnel; Jim Lynam was named assistant coach . . . KEY DRAFT PICKS: Jeff Lamp, Virginia, and Darnell Valentine, Kansas (both 1st round), Petur Gudmundsson, Washington (3rd); Peter Verhoeven, Fresno State (4th) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Traded Tom Owens to Indiana for a 1984 1st round draft pick (used to draft Sam Bowie); Traded Mike Gale to Golden State for two 2nd round draft picks; Kermit Washington retired on January 26. Overall record: 42-40 (tie, 13th in league, 8th in conference, 5th in division) Home record: 27-14 (10th in league) , Road record: 15-26 (tie, 14th in league)

1981-82 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS

G St Min FG FGA Mychal Thompson 79 78 3129 681 1303 Jim Paxson 82 82 2756 662 1258 Calvin Natt 75 70 2599 515 894 Kelvin Ransey 78 68 2418 504 1095 Billy Ray Bates 75 0 1229 327 692 Bob Gross 59 24 1377 173 322 Michael Harper 68 37 1433 184 370 DarnellValentine 82 14 1387 187 453 KermitWashington 20 4 418 38 78 Peter Verhoeven 71 23 1207 149 296 Jeff Lamp 54 0 617 100 196 PeturGudmundsson 68 6 845 83 166 Kevin Kunnert 21 0 237 20 48 Carl Bailey 1 0 7 1 1 Dennis Awtrey* 10 3 121 5 15 Portland 82 19780 3629 7187 Opponents 82 19780 3637 7293 * Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

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Pct. .523 .526 .576 .460 .473 .537 .497 .413 .487 .503 .510 .500 .417 1.000 .333 .505 .499

3FG 3AT Pct. 0 0 .000 8 35 .229 2 8 .250 3 38 .079 12 41 .293 3 6 .500 0 1 .000 0 9 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 29 140 .207 54 206 .262

FT 280 220 294 242 166 78 96 152 24 51 50 52 9 0 5 1719 1629

FTA 446 287 392 318 211 104 153 200 41 72 61 76 17 0 9 2387 2149

Pct. Off Def .628 258 663 .767 75 146 .750 193 420 .761 39 147 .787 53 55 .750 101 158 .627 127 212 .760 48 101 .585 40 77 .708 106 148 .820 24 40 .684 51 135 .529 20 46 .000 0 0 .556 7 7 .720 1142 2355 .758 1221 2367

Reb 921 221 613 186 108 259 339 149 117 254 64 186 66 0 14 3497 3588

Ast. PF-DQ Stl Blk Pts Avg. 319 233-2 69 107 1642 20.8 276 159-0 129 12 1552 18.9 150 175-1 62 36 1326 17.7 555 169-1 97 4 1253 16.1 111 100-0 41 5 832 11.1 125 162-2 75 41 427 7.2 54 229-7 55 82 464 6.8 270 187-1 94 3 526 6.4 29 56-0 9 16 100 5.0 52 215-4 42 22 349 4.9 28 83-0 16 1 250 4.6 59 163-2 13 30 219 3.2 18 51-1 3 6 49 2.3 0 2-0 0 0 2 2.0 8 28-1 1 2 15 1.5 2054 2012-22 706 367 9006 109.8 2114 2142-31 708 427 8957 109.2


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Date 10/30 11/1 11/3 11/4 11/6 11/8 11/10 11/12 11/13 11/15 11/20 11/25 11/27 11/29 12/1 12/2 12/4 12/5 12/8 12/10 12/11 12/13 12/15 12/19 12/22 12/25 12/26 12/30 1/1 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/10 1/12 1/14 1/16 1/19 1/20 1/22 1/24 1/29 2/2 2/3 2/5 2/7 2/10 2/11 2/13 2/14 2/16 2/19 2/21 2/23 2/24 2/26 2/27 3/2 3/5 3/7 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/21 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/6 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/18

Opponent Phoenix Seattle LA Lakers @ Golden State Utah Denver Dallas @ San Diego @ LA Lakers San Antonio New Jersey @ Seattle @ Utah Chicago @ Denver @ Kansas City @ San Antonio @ Houston Golden State @ Phoenix @ LA Lakers Detroit San Diego @ Dallas LA Lakers Seattle @ San Diego @ Phoenix Philadelphia Kansas City San Antonio Denver Houston Indiana @ Houston @ Dallas @ Atlanta @ Philadelphia @ Washington @ Boston San Diego Kansas City @ Utah Utah New York @ Cleveland @ Milwaukee @ Detroit @ Indiana Washington Boston Atlanta @ Chicago @ Kansas City @ New Jersey @ New York Phoenix Cleveland @ Golden State @ Dallas @ San Antonio @ Houston LA Lakers Golden State @ Utah Dallas Milwaukee Houston @ Golden State @ Seattle Kansas City San Antonio @ Denver @ LA Lakers Denver @ Phoenix San Diego Golden State @ Seattle @ San Diego Phoenix Seattle

Score 103 -95 104 -94 102 -100 109 -108 119 -109 120 -116 117 -95 115 -122 115 -119 105 -110 106 -86 103 -110 103 -93 114 -109 121 -113 112 -107 111 -127 98 -110 108 -122 110 -117 116 -124 105 -99 118 -101 95 -102 110 -122 99 -94 128 -116 112 -113 105 -120 127 -116 (ot) 115 -110 121 -124 109 -111 105 -93 111 -100 110 -103 101 -112 110 -115 97 -110 123 -119 96 -93 102 -97 118 -122 121 -100 100 -98 105 -91 105 -116 128 -120 91 -107 97 -100 117 -127 97 -109 122 -123 123 -111 106 -110 105 -107 119 -108 (ot) 110 -111 106 -102 102 -104 112 -108 107 -112 108 -120 109 -95 131 -129 (ot) 109 -101 104 -109 95 -108 89 -102 101 -109 109 -99 109 -105 121 -127 111 -129 136 -122 106 -104 124 -104 116 -106 (ot) 86 -88 123 -129 99 -113 119 -114

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Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 7-1 7-2 7-3 8-3 8-4 9-4 10-4 11-4 12-4 12-5 12-6 12-7 12-8 12-9 13-9 14-9 14-10 14-11 15-11 16-11 16-12 16-13 17-13 18-13 18-14 18-15 19-15 20-15 21-15 21-16 21-17 21-18 22-18 23-18 24-18 24-19 25-19 26-19 27-19 27-20 28-20 28-21 28-22 28-23 28-24 28-25 29-25 29-26 29-27 30-27 30-28 31-28 31-29 32-29 32-30 32-31 33-31 34-31 35-31 35-32 35-33 35-34 35-35 36-35 37-35 37-36 37-37 38-37 39-37 40-37 41-37 41-38 41-39 41-40 42-40

Home 1 -0 2 -0 3 -0 4 -0 5 -0 6 -0 6 -1 7 -1 8 -1

8 -2 9 -2 10 -2 10 -3 11 -3 11 -4 12 -4 13 -4 13 -5 13 -6 14 -6

15 -6 16 -6 17 -6 18 -6

18 -7 18 -8 18 -9

19 -9 19 -10

19 -11 20 -11 21 -11 21 -12 21 -13 22 -13 23 -13 24 -13 25 -13 26 -13 26 -14 27 -14

Road

1 -0

1 -1 1 -2 1 -3 2 -3 3 -3 4 -3 4 -4 4 -5 4 -6 4 -7 4 -8 5 -8 5 -9

6 -9 7 -9 7 -10 7 -11 7 -12 8 -12 8 -13 9 -13 9 -14 10 -14 10 -15

10 -16 11 -16 11 -17 11 -18 12 -18 12 -19 13 -19 13 -20 14 -20

14 -21 14 -22 14 -23 14 -24 15 -24 15 -25 15 -26

Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 24 M.Thompson 11 Natt 21 M.Thompson 13 Natt 23 Natt,Paxson 12 M.Thompson 22 Paxson 11 M.Thompson 30 M.Thompson 13 M.Thompson 30 Natt 19 M.Thompson 21 Paxson 7 M.Thompson,Verhoeven 33 Natt 14 Natt 34 Natt 16 M.Thompson 26 Paxson 10 Harper 27 M.Thompson 15 M.Thompson 37 M.Thompson 13 Natt 30 M.Thompson 9 Verhoeven 24 Verhoeven 9 Gudmundsson 30 Natt 14 Natt 13 M.Thompson 26 Paxson 25 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 18 Paxson 16 M.Thompson 26 Paxson 15 M.Thompson 29 Paxson 21 M.Thompson 38 M.Thompson 11 M.Thompson 30 Natt 13 M.Thompson 28 Ransey 12 Gudmundsson 25 Ransey 11 Washington 20 Paxson 7 Natt 28 Verhoeven 15 M.Thompson 27 Paxson 16 M.Thompson 27 Ransey 9 Natt 21 Natt 10 Natt 28 Natt 13 Washington 25 M.Thompson,Bates 9 Washington,M.Thompson 27 M.Thompson 15 M.Thompson,Natt 25 M.Thompson 10 Washington 22 M.Thompson 14 M.Thompson 22 M.Th.,Paxson,Ransey12 M.Thompson 24 Ransey 13 Natt 22 Bates 7 M.Thompson,Harper 26 Ransey 9 M.Thompson 17 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 33 Ransey 9 M.Thompson,Natt 25 Natt 19 M.Thompson 27 Natt 17 M.Thompson 20 Ransey 10 M.Thompson 29 Bates 19 M.Thompson 28 M.Thompson 18 M.Thompson 24 Natt 11 Natt 25 M.Thompson 9 M.Thompson,Natt 25 Natt 11 M.Thompson 18 Harper 21 M.Thompson 24 Paxson 15 M.Thompson 29 M.Thompson 11 M.Thompson 18 Ransey 12 M.Thompson 22 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 26 Natt 10 M.Thompson,Gross 26 M.Thompson 12 Natt 25 Ransey 10 M.Thompson 30 Ransey 12 M.Thompson 28 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 29 M.Thompson 10 M.Thompson 23 Bates 11 Harper 23 Ransey 14 M.Thompson 24 M.Thompson 18 M.Thompson 26 Paxson 11 Natt 26 Natt 15 Natt 16 M.Thompson 30 M.Thompson 24 Ransey 7 M.Thompson 37 M.Thompson 18 M.Thompson 23 M.Thompson 11 M.Thompson 22 M.Thompson 7 Natt,Gudmundsson 23 Paxson 18 M.Thompson 33 Paxson 12 Natt 28 M.Thompson 13 Natt 27 M.Thompson 13 Natt 23 Ransey 12 Natt 28 Natt 9 Natt,Harper 17 Paxson,Gross 11 Gross 22 Bates 11 Gudmundsson 24 Paxson 13 M.Thompson,Natt 18 Ransey 13 Natt 27 Bates 8 Natt 25 M.Thompson 20 M.Thompson 25 Paxson 19 M.Thompson

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1981-82

GENERAL MANAGER 1981-82


OWNER 1982-83

Left to right, first row: Bucky Buckwalter, Jim Lynam, Jack Ramsay, Harry Glickman, Bill Schonely, Ron Culp. Second row: Lafayette Lever, Don Buse, Jeff Lamp, Jeff Judkins, Calvin Natt, Audie Norris, Mychal Thompson, Larry Weinberg, Wayne Cooper, Peter Verhoeven, Hank McDowell, Kenny Carr, Linton Townes, Jim Paxson, Darnell Valentine.

IN REVIEW --- For the first time since winning the NBA championship in 1977, the Trail Blazers advanced beyond one round of action in post-season play. Finishing the regular season at 46-36, the most wins sincethe 1977-78 campaign, the Blazers took two straight from the fourth-seeded Seattle SuperSonics in the playoff's first round to advance to the Western Conference semifinals against the Los Angeles Lakers. The defending world champions prevailed in that series, four games to one. Portland, 31-10 in the friendly confines of Memorial Coliseum, sustained a 15-game homecourt win streak from mid-November through mid-January. It equaled the second longest home string in franchise history. One of the keys to the success of the 1982-83 season was a relatively injury-free run by the six core players in Coach Jack Ramsay's rotation---Jim Paxson, Calvin Natt, Mychal Thompson, Kenny Carr, Wayne Cooper and Fats Lever. Collectively, they missed only eight games because of hurts the entire season. Paxson (21.7 ppg) and Natt (20.4 ppg) were 17th and 23rd respectively among the league's scoring leaders. Lever, in his first season, led the Blazers in assists with a 5.3 apg average and was 10th in the NBA in steals. HONORS --- Jim Paxson was selected to play in the 1983 NBA All-Star Game . . . Lafayette Lever was 10th in the NBA in steals (1.89 spg). KEY DRAFT PICKS: Lafayette Lever, Arizona State (1st round), Linton Townes, James Madison, and Audie Norris, Jackson State, (both 2nd) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Acquired Kenny Carr from Detroit for a 1982 1st round draft pick; Traded Kelvin Ransey to Dallas in exchange for Wayne Cooper and a 1985 1st round draft choice (used to select Terry Porter); Acquired Jeff Judkins from Detroit in exchange for a 1984 3rd round draft choice; Acquired Don Buse from Indiana for cash and use of consultation services of Jon Spoelstra, vice president for marketing; Claimed Hank McDowell on waivers from Golden State. Overall record: 46-36 (9th in league, 5th in conference, 4th in division) Home record: 31-10 (tie, 7th in league) , Road record: 15-26 (tie, 14th in league) Lost to LA Lakers in Western Conference Semifinals (4-1) --- Overall Playoff record 3-4

Jim Paxson Calvin Natt Mychal Thompson Darnell Valentine Kenny Carr Wayne Cooper Lafayette Lever Don Buse Linton Townes Jeff Lamp Peter Verhoeven Jeff Judkins Hank McDowell Audie Norris Portland Opponents

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G 81 80 80 47 82 80 81 41 55 59 48 34 42 30 82 82

St 81 80 80 36 27 59 45 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

1982-83 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS Min FG FGA 2740 682 1323 2879 644 1187 3017 505 1033 1298 209 460 2331 362 717 2099 320 723 2020 256 594 643 72 182 516 105 234 690 107 252 527 87 171 309 39 88 375 45 97 311 26 63 19755 3459 7124 19755 3503 7211

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. FT FTA Pct. Off Def .515 4 25 .160 388 478 .812 68 106 .543 3 20 .150 339 428 .792 214 385 .489 0 1 .000 249 401 .621 183 570 .454 0 1 .000 169 213 .793 34 83 .505 2 6 .333 255 366 .697 182 407 .443 0 5 .000 135 197 .685 214 397 .431 5 15 .333 116 159 .730 85 140 .396 9 35 .257 41 46 .891 19 35 .449 9 25 .360 28 38 .737 30 35 .425 1 6 .167 42 52 .808 25 51 .509 0 1 .000 21 31 .677 44 52 .443 2 8 .250 25 30 .833 18 25 .464 0 2 .000 33 43 .767 39 50 .413 0 0 .000 14 30 .467 25 44 .486 35 150 .233 1855 2512 .738 1180 2380 .486 55 188 .293 1572 2046 .768 1126 2364

Reb 174 599 753 117 589 611 225 54 65 76 96 43 89 69 3560 3490

Ast. PF-DQ Stl Blk Pts Avg. 231 160-0 140 17 1756 21.7 171 184-2 63 29 1630 20.4 380 213-1 68 110 1259 15.7 293 139-1 101 5 587 12.5 116 306-10 62 42 981 12.0 116 318-5 27 136 775 9.7 426 179-2 153 15 633 7.8 115 60-0 44 2 194 4.7 31 81-0 19 5 247 4.5 58 67-0 20 3 257 4.4 32 95-2 18 9 195 4.1 17 39-0 15 2 105 3.1 20 58-0 6 7 123 2.9 24 61-0 13 2 66 2.2 2030 1960-23 749 384 8808 107.4 2072 2232-32 658 500 8633 105.3


Date Opponent Score Record 1. 10/29 @ Kansas City 111 -113 L 0-1 2. 10/30 @ San Antonio 107 -112 L 0-2 3. 11/2 @ Phoenix 87 -92 L 0-3 4. 11/4 San Antonio 107 -108 (ot) L 0-4 5. 11/6 New York 110 -102 W 1-4 6. 11/7 @ LA Lakers 89 -103 L 1-5 7. 11/9 Golden State 111 -96 W 2-5 8. 11/11 Houston 111 -90 W 3-5 9. 11/12 @ Denver 128 -111 W 4-5 10. 11/14 Phoenix 94 -102 L 4-6 11. 11/16 Atlanta 106 -87 W 5-6 12. 11/19 New Jersey 118 -108 W 6-6 13. 11/21 Cleveland 129 -79 W 7-6 14. 11/23 @ Philadelphia 106 -103 W 8-6 15. 11/24 @ Boston 95 -104 L 8-7 16. 11/26 @ Detroit 118 -132 (ot) L 8-8 17. 11/27 @ Washington 90 -107 L 8-9 18. 11/30 San Diego 121 -114 W 9-9 19. 12/2 @ Utah 112 -119 L 9-10 20. 12/3 @ LA Lakers 100 -115 L 9-11 21. 12/7 Utah 137 -121 W 10-11 22. 12/9 @ Golden State 107 -98 W 11-11 23. 12/12 Phoenix 99 -94 W 12-11 24. 12/14 LA Lakers 107 -103 W 13-11 25. 12/16 @ San Diego 111 -103 W 14-11 26. 12/18 Dallas 108 -105 W 15-11 27. 12/21 @ Seattle 94 -99 L 15-12 28. 12/23 Houston 88 -82 W 16-12 29. 12/25 Seattle 95 -88 W 17-12 30. 12/26 @ San Diego 105 -112 L 17-13 31. 12/28 @ Phoenix 94 -116 L 17-14 32. 12/30 @ Kansas City 113 -107 W 18-14 33. 1/1 Golden State 102 -74 W 19-14 34. 1/2 Denver 122 -104 W 20-14 35. 1/4 Indiana 119 -117 W 21-14 36. 1/6 @ Golden State 93 -94 L 21-15 37. 1/9 Seattle 110 -101 W 22-15 38. 1/14 @ Seattle 102 -99 W 23-15 39. 1/15 Kansas City 121 -110 W 24-15 40. 1/20 @ Dallas 112 -121 L 24-16 41. 1/22 @ Houston 113 -96 (ot) W 25-16 42. 1/23 @ San Antonio 108 -107 W 26-16 43. 1/25 LA Lakers 120 -125 L 26-17 44. 1/27 Utah 120 -106 W 27-17 45. 1/28 @ Denver 109 -118 L 27-18 46. 2/1 Milwaukee 99 -115 L 27-19 47. 2/4 Philadelphia 115 -109 W 28-19 48. 2/6 Dallas 105 -112 L 28-20 49. 2/8 @ Chicago 109 -93 W 29-20 50. 2/10 @ Milwaukee 92 -102 L 29-21 51. 2/15 San Diego 115 -106 W 30-21 52. 2/17 Boston 121 -114 W 31-21 53. 2/18 @ Utah 101 -97 W 32-21 54. 2/20 Washington 104 -95 W 33-21 55. 2/22 @ Houston 113 -107 W 34-21 56. 2/23 @ San Antonio 114 -124 L 34-22 57. 2/25 @ Dallas 117 -133 L 34-23 58. 2/27 @ Cleveland 92 -98 L 34-24 59. 3/2 @ San Diego 104 -102 W 35-24 60. 3/4 Denver 138 -142 L 35-25 61. 3/6 Utah 105 -110 L 35-26 62. 3/8 @ Atlanta 93 -110 L 35-27 63. 3/9 @ Indiana 101 -97 W 36-27 64. 3/12 @ New York 95 -97 L 36-28 65. 3/13 @ New Jersey 94 -109 L 36-29 66. 3/15 Kansas City W 37-29 115 -98 67. 3/18 Chicago 101 -117 L 37-30 68. 3/20 @ Denver 118 -106 W 38-30 69. 3/22 San Antonio 119 -102 W 39-30 70. 3/24 Houston 104 -97 W 40-30 71. 3/27 @ Kansas City 95 -110 L 40-31 72. 3/29 Detroit 114 -107 W 41-31 73. 3/31 @ Phoenix 89 -106 L 41-32 74. 4/2 Dallas 110 -98 W 42-32 75. 4/5 LA Lakers 107 -101 W 43-32 76. 4/7 @ Golden State 107 -118 L 43-33 77. 4/8 Phoenix 98 -99 L 43-34 78. 4/10 Seattle 93 -102 L 43-35 79. 4/12 @ Seattle 101 -106 L 43-36 80. 4/14 San Diego 120 -83 W 44-36 81. 4/15 Golden State 112 -106 W 45-36 82. 4/17 @ LA Lakers 119 -108 W 46-36 See Playoff section for 1983 Playoff game-by-game scores

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Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 29 Paxson 10 Carr,Cooper 33 Paxson 10 M.Thompson 15 Paxson,M.Thompson 9 M.Thompson 22 M.Thompson 14 Carr 33 Paxson 12 M.Thompson 22 Paxson 7 Natt 20 M.Thompson 7 Natt,M.Thompson 24 Paxson 8 M.Thompson,Cooper 27 Natt 12 M.Thompson,Carr 20 Natt,Valentine 11 Natt 25 M.Thompson 11 M.Thompson 27 Natt 12 M.Thompson 23 Paxson 11 M.Thompson 22 Natt 12 Carr 23 M.Thompson 13 M.Thompson 31 Natt 9 Carr,Natt 19 Paxson 10 M.Thompson 23 M.Thompson 11 Carr 29 Natt 13 M.Thompson 24 M.Thompson 10 Carr 35 Paxson 13 Carr 30 Natt 14 Natt 20 Paxson 15 Cooper 24 Paxson 15 M.Thompson 21 Paxson 11 M.Thompson 22 Natt 10 Carr 22 M.Thompson 20 M.Thompson 24 Paxson 15 M.Thompson 22 Paxson 13 Carr 24 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 20 Valentine 7 Carr,Cooper 26 M.Thompson 15 M.Thompson 21 M.Thompson 11 M.Thomp.,Carr,Verhoeven 31 Paxson 14 Cooper 32 Paxson 10 Cooper,Natt 20 Natt 17 Carr 31 Natt 8 M.Thompson 24 M.Thompson 10 Cooper,Natt 29 Paxson 8 M.Thompson 34 Natt 12 Cooper 33 Natt 14 Natt 25 M.Thompson 12 Natt 29 Paxson 12 Natt 22 Paxson 10 Natt 26 Natt 11 Natt 22 Natt 9 M.Thompson 28 Natt 13 Cooper 27 Paxson 12 M.Thompson,Cooper 34 Paxson 9 M.Thompson,Natt 22 Paxson 14 Cooper 21 Natt 16 M.Thompson 26 Carr 12 M.Thompson 32 Paxson 12 M.Thompson 26 Paxson 12 M.Thompson 28 Paxson 12 M.Thompson 20 Paxson,Natt 9 M.Thompson 19 Carr 12 M.Thompson 24 Paxson,Natt 11 Natt 24 Natt 10 Carr 33 Natt 8 Carr 27 Paxson 12 M.Thompson 22 Paxson 9 Cooper 26 Paxson 18 M.Thompson 30 Natt 9 Cooper 32 Paxson 13 Cooper 32 Paxson 10 Natt 31 Paxson 11 Cooper 29 Paxson 12 Carr 22 M.Thompson 16 Cooper 25 Paxson 11 M.Thompson 25 M.Thompson 10 M.Thompson 22 Natt 7 M.Thompson 22 Natt 13 Cooper 27 Natt 12 Cooper 24 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 21 Paxson 8 McDowell 20 Paxson,Natt 10 Cooper 27 Natt 16 M.Thompson 26 Paxson 14 M.Thompson 24 Natt 11 M.Thompson 30 Paxson 15 Cooper 28 Paxson 9 Natt

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1982-83

GENERAL MANAGER 1982-83


OWNER 1983-84

Left to right, first row: Harry Glickman, Bill Schonely, Lafayette Lever, Jeff Lamp, Jim Paxson, Darnell Valentine, Jack Ramsay, Bucky Buckwalter, Rick Adelman. Second row: Clyde Drexler, Kenny Carr, Wayne Cooper, Tom Piotrowski, Peter Verhoeven, Audie Norris, Mychal Thompson, Calvin Natt, Ron Culp.

IN REVIEW --- The Trail Blazers posted the second-best record in the west (48-34), a two-victory improvement over the previous season's mark and good enough to nail down the third seed in the Western Conference playoffs. Their impressive 33-8 homecourt record was the best in the NBA; they were 15-1 going into January and didn't lose their third game at home until February 12, being 24-3 at that juncture. On March 16, Portland and Chicago went four overtimes before the Bulls pulled out a 156-155 victory. The game, the highest scoring in franchise history, lasted a club-record 3 hours and 24 minutes. Jim Paxson scored a career-high 41 points in a losing cause. The long ordeal didn't seem to faze the Blazers. They returned to the court less than 24 hours later and outscored Golden State, 133-96, a victory than launched them on an eight-game winning streak, their longest of the year. Jack Ramsay became the second winningest coach in NBA history on March 23 after his team defeated Phoenix, 124-98. He finished the year with 703 career victories, second only to Red Auerbach of Boston. Portland converted a team-record .505 from the field for the season, the league's fourth best mark. The second place finish in the west went for naught in the playoffs. The Blazers lost out to sixth-seeded Phoenix in the first round, 3-2. HONORS --- Guard Jim Paxson became the third Trail Blazer to be named an NBA all-star, being selected 2nd team All-NBA . . . Paxson also was selected to play in his second consecutive NBA All-Star Game, this time scoring 10 points on 5-of-9 shooting in 14 minutes . . . Calvin Natt was fifth in the league in FG percentage, hitting at .583, second-highest ever by a Trail Blazer. KEY DRAFT PICKS: Clyde Drexler, Houston (1st round); Granville Waiters, Ohio State (2nd); Tom Piotrowski, LaSalle (3rd) . . . TRADES: Granville Waiters to Indiana for a 2nd round draft pick; Peter Gudmundsson to Detroit for a 3rd round draft choice; Linton Townes to Cleveland for a 2nd round pick; Hank McDowell to Indiana for a 3rd round pick. Overall record: 48-34 (6th in league, 2nd in conference, 2nd in division) Home record: 33-8 (1st in league) , Road record: 15-26 (8th in league) Lost to Phoenix in Western Conference First Round (3-2)

1983-84 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS

G St Min FG FGA Jim Paxson 81 81 2686 680 1322 Calvin Natt 79 74 2638 500 857 Mychal Thompson 79 74 2648 487 929 Kenny Carr 82 57 2455 518 923 Darnell Valentine 68 60 1893 251 561 Wayne Cooper 81 38 1662 304 663 Lafayette Lever 81 22 2010 313 701 Clyde Drexler 82 3 1408 252 559 Jeff Lamp 64 0 660 128 261 Audie Norris 79 1 1157 124 245 Peter Verhoeven 43 0 327 50 100 Eddie Jordan* 13 0 183 13 41 Tom Piotrowski 18 0 78 12 26 Portland 82 19805 3632 7189 Opponents 82 19805 3566 6943 * Did not complete season with Trail Blazers

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Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. FT FTA Pct. Off Def Reb Ast. PF-DQ .514 17 59 .288 345 410 .841 68 105 173 251 165-0 .583 2 17 .118 275 345 .797 166 310 476 179 218-3 .524 0 2 .000 266 399 .667 235 453 688 308 237-2 .561 0 5 .000 247 367 .673 208 434 642 157 274-3 .447 0 3 .000 194 246 .789 49 78 127 395 179-1 .459 0 7 .000 185 230 .804 176 300 476 76 247-2 .447 3 15 .200 159 214 .743 96 122 218 372 178-1 .451 1 4 .250 123 169 .728 112 123 235 153 209-2 .490 2 13 .154 60 67 .896 23 40 63 51 67-0 .504 0 0 .000 104 149 .698 82 175 257 76 231-2 .500 0 1 .000 17 25 .680 27 34 61 20 75-0 .317 0 3 .000 7 10 .700 3 10 13 39 32-0 .462 0 0 .000 6 6 1.000 6 10 16 5 22-0 .505 25 129 .288 1988 2637 .754 1251 2194 3445 2082 2134-16 .514 57 208 .274 1797 2366 .760 1059 2185 3244 2119 2184-23

Stl 122 69 84 68 107 26 135 107 22 30 22 21 1 814 649

Blk 10 22 108 33 6 106 31 29 4 34 11 0 3 397 440

Pts Avg. 1722 21.3 1277 16.2 1240 15.7 1283 15.6 696 10.2 793 9.8 788 9.7 628 7.7 318 5.0 352 4.5 117 2.7 33 2.5 30 1.7 9277 113.1 8986 109.6


Date Opponent Score Record 1. 10/28 San Diego 107 -93 W 1-0 2. 10/29 @ Golden State 95 -97 L 1-1 3. 11/1 @ San Antonio 126 -124 W 2-1 4. 11/2 @ Dallas 117 -123 L 2-2 5. 11/4 New York 106 -97 W 3-2 6. 11/6 Phoenix 122 -96 W 4-2 7. 11/8 @ Houston 122 -104 W 5-2 8. 11/10 Cleveland 115 -110 W 6-2 9. 11/12 @ Utah 122 -136 L 6-3 10. 11/13 Atlanta 135 -105 W 7-3 11. 11/15 Utah 114 -112 W 8-3 12. 11/19 LA Lakers 110 -117 L 8-4 13. 11/22 Denver 156 -116 W 9-4 14. 11/25 @ Seattle 100 -90 W 10-4 15. 11/26 Seattle 122 -94 W 11-4 16. 11/28 @ Kansas City 104 -113 L 11-5 17. 11/30 @ Cleveland 105 -112 L 11-6 18. 12/2 @ Boston 106 -115 L 11-7 19. 12/3 @ New Jersey 128 -122 (ot) W 12-7 20. 12/6 San Antonio 130 -118 W 13-7 21. 12/7 @ Utah 111 -116 L 13-8 22. 12/9 Detroit 123 -117 W 14-8 23. 12/11 Golden State 105 -101 W 15-8 24. 12/13 Seattle 102 -89 W 16-8 25. 12/15 New Jersey 118 -105 W 17-8 26. 12/16 @ Denver 119 -115 W 18-8 27. 12/18 @ LA Lakers 115 -122 L 18-9 28. 12/21 @ Phoenix 112 -116 W 19-9 29. 12/23 Houston 97 -84 W 20-9 30. 12/25 LA Lakers 141 -121 W 21-9 31. 12/27 @ Detroit 100 -140 L 21-10 32. 12/29 @ Chicago 99 -100 L 21-11 33. 12/30 @ Milwaukee 88 -93 L 21-12 34. 1/1 Philadelphia 103 -115 L 21-13 35. 1/3 Kansas City 123 -104 W 22-13 36. 1/6 Denver 144 -129 W 23-13 37. 1/8 @ Seattle 110 -125 L 23-14 38. 1/10 San Antonio 133 -120 W 24-14 39. 1/12 @ Houston 120 -117 W 25-14 40. 1/13 @ Dallas 110 -113 L 25-15 41. 1/16 @ San Antonio 111 -126 L 25-16 42. 1/17 Dallas 121 -114 W 26-16 43. 1/19 @ Golden State 103 -107 L 26-17 44. 1/21 Kansas City 114 -94 W 27-17 45. 1/24 @ San Diego 113 -118 L 27-18 46. 1/31 @ LA Lakers 124 -129 L 27-19 47. 2/1 @ Phoenix 106 -109 L 27-20 48. 2/3 Milwaukee 116- 110 W 28-20 49. 2/5 Phoenix 97 -82 W 29-20 50. 2/7 Dallas 101 -85 W 30-20 51. 2/8 @ San Diego 114 -105 W 31-20 52. 2/10 Denver 123 -117 W 32-20 53. 2/12 Utah 112 -114 L 32-21 54. 2/17 Washington 87 -96 L 32-22 55. 2/19 Boston 101 -107 L 32-23 56. 2/21 @ New York 106 -89 W 33-23 57. 2/22 @ Washington 104 -101 W 34-23 58. 2/24 @ Philadelphia 119 -114 W 35-23 59. 2/26 @Indiana 100 -102 L 35-24 60. 2/28 San Diego 117 -99 W 36-24 61. 3/1 San Antonio 121 -98 W 37-24 62. 3/3 Indiana 118 -98 W 38-24 63. 3/6 @ Kansas City 110 -128 L 38-25 64. 3/9 @ Atlanta 104 -101 W 39-25 65. 3/11 @ Denver 123 -149 L 39-26 66. 3/13 @ Utah 119 -124 L 39-27 67. 3/16 Chicago 155 -156 (4ot) L 39-28 68. 3/17 Golden State 133 -96 W 40-28 69. 3/20 San Diego 106 -105 W 41-28 70. 3/23 Phoenix 124 -98 W 42-28 71. 3/24 @ Golden State 106 -94 W 43-28 72. 3/27 Seattle 93 -87 W 44-28 73. 3/29 Kansas City 120 -113 W 45-28 74. 3/31 @ Houston 106 -102 W 46-28 75. 4/3 @ Dallas 91 -88 W 47-28 76. 4/5 Houston 114 -129 L 47-29 77. 4/6 @ San Diego 112 -121 L 47-30 78. 4/8 LA Lakers 113 -119 L 47-31 79. 4/10 @ Phoenix 88 -100 L 47-32 80. 4/11 @ LA Lakers 108 -121 L 47-33 81. 4/13 Golden State 102 -101 W 48-33 82. 4/15 @ Seattle 103 -108 L 48-34 See Playoff section for 1984 Playoff game-by-game scores

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Scoring Leader Rebounding Leader 21 Cooper 13 Cooper 27 Paxson 12 Carr 26 Natt 10 M.Thompson 23 Paxson 10 M.Thompson,Natt 25 Paxson, Natt 9 M.Thompson 20 Paxson 11 Cooper 26 Natt 16 M.Thompson 23 Paxson 8 M.Thompson 33 Paxson 8 Carr 24 Paxson 11 Cooper 26 Cooper 12 Natt 21 Paxson 11 Cooper 22 Lever 12 M.Thompson,Carr 18 Carr 9 Natt 20 Paxson 10 Natt 28 M.Thompson 11 Carr 24 Paxson 8 Carr 18 Valentine 16 M.Thompson 28 Lever 11 Carr,Cooper 26 Paxson 7 M.Thompson 21 M.Thompson 15 Cooper 28 M.Thompson 14 M.Thompson 27 Paxson 17 Carr 18 Paxson,M.Thompson 11 Natt 20 M.Thompson 9 Cooper 22 Paxson,Natt 17 Cooper 22 M.Thompson,Carr 11 Carr 31 Paxson 16 Carr 24 Paxson 12 Carr,Norris 27 Paxson 11 M.Thompson 19 M.Thompson 12 Carr 18 Paxson,Cooper 11 Cooper 17 M.Thompson 8 Carr 19 M.Thompson 8 M.Thompson,Drexler 39 Paxson 12 M.Thompson 32 Paxson 16 M.Thompson 20 Paxson,M.Thompson 9 M.Thompson 22 Cooper 7 Cooper 28 Natt 11 Natt 24 Paxson 11 Carr 23 Paxson 10 M.Thompson 31 Natt 8 Cooper 22 Paxson 11 Carr 25 M.Thompson 13 M.Thompson 21 Carr 13 Carr 33 Natt 11 M.Thompson 25 Natt 9 M.Thompson,Lever 32 Natt 8 Cooper 22 Paxson 10 Carr 23 Carr 11 Carr 26 Carr 13 Carr 22 Paxson 10 M.Thompson 26 Paxson 11 Cooper 17 Paxson 8 Natt 24 Paxson 14 M.Thompson 20 Paxson 14 M.Thompson 24 Carr 8 Natt 31 Natt 11 Natt 20 Natt 12 M.Thompson 26 Paxson 12 Carr 20 Paxson,Lever 8 Carr,M.Thompson,Cooper 23 M.Thompson 13 Carr 23 Carr 10 Carr,M.Thompson 20 Carr,Natt 15 M.Thompson 29 Natt 8 Carr,Natt,Norris 21 Carr,M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 41 Paxson 12 Natt 29 Paxson 7 Cooper,Drexler 27 Paxson 8 Natt 25 Carr 14 M.Thompson 27 Paxson 12 M.Thompson 24 Paxson 13 Drexler 21 Paxson 12 M.Thompson 23 Carr 13 Carr 22 Paxson 10 Carr 26 Paxson 6 Carr 32 Paxson 10 M.Thompson 25 Carr 8 Natt 21 Carr 13 Carr 22 Paxson 9 Carr 27 Natt 9 Carr 30 Paxson 8 M.Thompson

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1983-84

GENERAL MANAGER 1983-84


OWNER 1984-85

Left to right, first row: Bucky Buckwalter, Rick Adelman, Jack Ramsay, Larry Weinberg, Harry Glickman, Ron Culp, Bill Schonely. Second row: Darnell Valentine, Jerome Kersey, Clyde Drexler, Kiki Vandeweghe, Mychal Thompson, Sam Bowie, Tom Scheffler, Audie Norris, Kenny Carr, Bernard Thompson, Jim Paxson, Steve Colter.

IN REVIEW --- Biggest news of the 1984-85 season was the blockbuster trade that took place during the summer. To acquire Kiki Vandeweghe, the NBA's No. 3 scorer the previous season with a 29.4 ppg average, the Blazers sent to Denver Calvin Natt, Lafayette Lever and Wayne Cooper plus two draft choices. Despite the added firepower which boosted Portland to fourth in the league's scoring race with a 115.5 ppg average and give them a plus 3.4 ppg scoring advantage over their foes (fifth in the NBA), the Blazers finished the regular season 42-40, down six wins from the year before. Not being able to win consistently away from Memorial Coliseum haunted the Blazers. They were 12-29 on the road, their worst travel record since the 1979-80 campaign. Portland went into the playoffs for the eighth time in nine seasons with the west's No. 5 seed. And, for the second year in a row, the Blazers advanced to the conference semifinals, disposing of No. 4 Dallas in four games in the opening round. But their second round foe was the red-hot Los Angeles Lakers who won the series matchup in five games. The Lakers went on to capture the 1985 NBA title. Seven Blazers ended the season with double-digit scoring averages, led by Vandeweghe's 22.4 ppg.and followed by Mychal Thompson (18.4), Jim Paxson (17.9) and Clyde Drexler (17.2). HONORS --- Sam Bowie was named to the NBA All-Rookie team, the eighth Trail Blazer in franchise history to be so honored . . . Bowie blocked 203 shots in 76 games, a 2.67 bpg average, the third highest in the NBA and the second-most ever by a Portland player . . . Kiki Vandeweghe ranked second in the league in free throw shooting accuracy, making .896 of his attempts (369 of 412) . . . Clyde Drexler was eighth in steals with a 2.63 per game average. CHANGES --- Rick Adelman was named an assistant coach . . . KEY DRAFT PICKS: Sam Bowie, Kentucky, and Bernard Thompson, Fresno State (1st round), Victor Fleming, Xavier, Steve Colter, New Mexico State, and Jerome Kersey, Longwood College (all 2nd) . . . KEY ROSTER MOVES: Traded Calvin Natt, Lafayette Lever, Wayne Cooper, a 1985 1st round draft choice and a 1984 2nd round pick to Denver for Kiki Vandeweghe. Overall record: 42-40 (tie, 9th in league, 5th in conference, 2nd in division) Home record: 30-11 (tie, 6th in league) , Road record: 12-29 (tie, 13th in league) Lost to LA Lakers in Western Conference Semifinals (4-1)---Overall Playoff record 4-5 G Kiki Vandeweghe 72 Mychal Thompson 79 Jim Paxson 68 Clyde Drexler 80 Darnell Valentine 75 Kenny Carr 48 Sam Bowie 76 Steve Colter 78 Jerome Kersey 77 Audie Norris 78 BernardThompson 59 Tom Scheffler 39 Portland 82 Opponents 82

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1984-85 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS STATISTICS Min FG FGA 2502 618 1158 2616 572 1111 2253 508 988 2555 573 1161 2278 321 679 1120 190 363 2216 299 557 1462 216 477 958 178 372 1117 133 245 535 79 212 268 21 51 19880 3708 7374 19880 3697 7494

Pct. 3FG 3AT Pct. FT FTA Pct. Off Def .534 11 33 .333 369 412 .896 74 154 .515 0 0 .000 307 449 .684 211 407 .514 6 39 .154 196 248 .790 69 153 .494 8 37 .216 223 294 .759 217 259 .473 0 2 .000 230 290 .793 54 165 .523 0 3 .000 118 164 .720 90 233 .537 0 0 .000 160 225 .711 207 449 .453 26 74 .351 98 130 .754 40 110 .478 0 3 .000 117 181 .646 95 111 .543 0 3 .000 135 203 .665 90 160 .373 0 8 .000 39 51 .765 37 39 .412 0 0 .000 10 20 .500 18 58 .503 51 202 .252 2002 2667 .751 1202 2298 .493 59 232 .254 1737 2269 .766 1268 2336

Reb 228 618 222 476 219 323 656 150 206 250 76 76 3500 3604

Ast. PF-DQ Stl Blk Pts Avg. 106 116-0 37 22 1616 22.4 205 216-0 78 104 1451 18.4 264 115-0 101 5 1218 17.9 441 265-3 177 68 1377 17.2 522 189-1 143 5 872 11.6 56 141-0 25 17 498 10.4 215 278-9 55 203 758 10.0 243 142-0 75 9 556 7.1 63 147-1 49 29 473 6.1 47 221-7 42 33 401 5.1 52 79-0 31 10 197 3.3 11 48-0 8 11 52 1.3 2225 1957-21 821 516 9469 115.5 2235 2160-29 726 459 9190 112.1


Date Opponent Score Record 1. 10/27 @ Kansas City 140 -119 W 1-0 2. 10/30 Seattle 115 -83 W 2-0 3. 11/1 @ Phoenix 130 -139 (3ot) L 2-1 4. 11/3 @ LA Clippers 131 -112 W 3-1 5. 11/4 @ LA Lakers 116 -124 L 3-2 6. 11/6 Phoenix 116 -99 W 4-2 7. 11/8 @ Denver 125 -128 L 4-3 8. 11/9 LA Lakers 126 -130 L 4-4 9. 11/11 Golden State 109 -97 W 5-4 10. 11/13 Dallas 94 -101 L 5-5 11. 11/15 Utah 129 -120 W 6-5 12. 11/16 @ Seattle 89 -91 L 6-6 13. 11/18 LA Clippers 113 -105 W 7-6 14. 11/20 New Jersey 117 -107 (ot) W 8-6 15. 11/24 Chicago 141 -131 W 9-6 16. 11/27 @ Cleveland 115 -106 W 10-6 17. 11/28 @ Detroit 113 -120 L 10-7 18. 11/30 @ Philadelphia 116 -126 L 10-8 19. 12/1 @ New York 115 -93 W 11-8 20. 12/4 Phoenix 112 -104 W 12-8 21. 12/6 San Antonio 113 -96 W 13-8 22. 12/8 Houston 120 -127 L 13-9 23. 12/11 @ Denver 122 -123 L 13-10 24. 12/13 @ LA Clippers 100 -106 L 13-11 25. 12/14 @ Golden State 92 -105 L 13-12 26. 12/18 @ Seattle 99 -109 L 13-13 27. 12/20 Kansas City 113 -118 L 13-14 28. 12/22 @ Phoenix 108 -110 L 13-15 29. 12/25 Golden State 106 -97 W 14-15 30. 12/27 @ San Antonio 120 -141 L 14-16 31. 12/29 @ Houston 92 -108 L 14-17 32. 1/1 Philadlephia 106 -111 L 14-18 33. 1/3 123 -89 W 15-18 Seattle 34. 1/4 @ LA Lakers 95 -120 L 15-19 35. 1/6 Indiana 118 -101 W 16-19 36. 1/8 Dallas 102 -108 L 16-20 37. 1/11 @ San Antonio 123 -103 W 17-20 38. 1/13 @ Dallas 101 -124 L 17-21 39. 1/15 Houston 121 -117 W 18-21 40. 1/18 @ Utah 122 -127 L 18-22 41. 1/19 Denver 120 -123 L 18-23 42. 1/22 @ Chicago 115 -123 L 18-24 43. 1/23 @ Indiana 136 -104 W 19-24 44. 1/27 @ Boston 127 -128 L 19-25 45. 1/29 LA Lakers 106 -122 L 19-26 46. 1/31 @ Golden State 129 -109 W 20-26 47. 2/1 San Antonio 93 -104 L 20-27 48. 2/2 Milwaukee 95 -105 L 20-28 49. 2/5 Utah 126 -106 W 21-28 50. 2/7 New York 133 -122 W 22-28 51. 2/12 Boston 111 -103 W 23-28 52. 2/15 Washington 93 -89 W 24-28 53. 2/17 Kansas City 115 -96 W 25-28 54. 2/19 @ Kansas City 96 -116 L 25-29 55. 2/20 @ Dallas 98 -104 L 25-30 56. 2/22 @ Houston 103 -117 L 25-31 57. 2/24 @ San Antonio 137 -121 W 26-31 58. 2/26 LA Clippers 110 -99 W 27-31 59. 2/28 @ Golden State 120 -124 L 27-32 60. 3/1 Cleveland 103 -111 L 27-33 61. 3/3 Utah 121 -93 W 28-33 62. 3/5 @ Atlanta 100 -91 W 29-33 63. 3/6 @ Washington 121 -127 (2ot) L 29-34 64. 3/8 @ New Jersey 128 -110 W 30-34 65. 3/10 @ Milwaukee 94 -110 L 30-35 66. 3/12 @ Kansas City 114 -120 L 30-36 67. 3/15 Golden State 126 -101 W 31-36 68. 3/17 Atlanta 114 -101 W 32-36 69. 3/19 Detroit 143 -123 W 33-36 70. 3/21 @ Phoenix 104 -114 L 33-37 71. 3/23 LA Clippers 126 -123 W 34-37 72. 3/25 @ LA Clippers 120 -99 W 35-37 73. 3/26 LA Lakers 116 -113 (ot) W 36-37 74. 3/29 @ Seattle 125 -99 W 37-37 75. 3/30 @ Denver 117 -129 L 37-38 76. 4/2 Houston 127 -113 W 38-38 77. 4/5 Seattle 145 -120 W 39-38 78. 4/7 @ LA Lakers 133 -135 (ot) L 39-39 79. 4/9 Phoenix 116 -100 W 40-39 80. 4/11 @ Utah 107 -145 L 40-40 81. 4/12 Dallas 131 -111 W 41-40 117 -112 W 42-40 82. 4/14 Denver See Playoff section for 1985 Playoff game-by-game scores

Home 1 -0

2 -0 2 -1 3 -1 3 -2 4 -2 5 -2 6 -2 7 -2

8 -2 9 -2 9 -3

9 -4 10 -4 10 -5 11 -5 12 -5 12 -6 13 -6 13 -7

13 -8 13 -9 13 -10 14 -10 15 -10 16 -10 17 -10 18 -10

19 -10 19 -11 20 -11

21 -11 22 -11 23 -11 24 -11 25 -11 26 -11 27 -11 28 -11 29 -11 30 -11

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

2 -4

3 -4 3 -5 3 -6 4 -6

4 -7 4 -8 4 -9 4 -10 4 -11 4 -12 4 -13 4 -14 5 -14 5 -15 5 -16 5 -17 6 -17 6 -18 7 -18

7 -19 7 -20 7 -21 8 -21 8 -22 9 -22 9 -23 10 -23 10 -24 10 -25

10 -26 11 -26 12 -26 12 -27 12 -28 12 -29

Scoring Leader 47 Vandeweghe 22 Vandeweghe 28 Paxson 31 Vandew.,M.Thomp. 23 Drexler 29 Vandeweghe 32 M.Thompson 28 M.Thompson 30 Paxson 25 Paxson,M.Thompson 30 Vandeweghe 23 M.Thompson 31 M.Thompson 28 Vandeweghe 31 Paxson 22 Vandeweghe,Carr 29 Vandeweghe 26 Drexler 25 Drexler 23 Vandeweghe 28 M.Thompson 30 Vandeweghe 28 Vandew.,M.Thomp. 26 Vandeweghe 20 Vandeweghe 22 M.Thompson 24 Paxson 28 Drexler 26 Drexler 22 M.Thompson 19 M.Thompson 27 Vandeweghe 30 Vandeweghe 19 Drexler 26 Vandeweghe 29 Paxson 25 Vandeweghe 24 M.Thompson 40 Paxson 29 Vandeweghe 27 Vandeweghe 25 M.Thompson 28 Paxson 24 Paxson 24 M.Thompson 32 Vandeweghe 19 Bowie 26 M.Thompson 21 M.Thompson 27 Vandeweghe 23 Valentine 21 M.Thompson 26 M.Thompson 20 Drelxer 19 Drexler 26 Bowie 37 Drexler 33 M.Thompson 31 Paxson 10 Drexler 25 Colter 28 Vandeweghe 35 Colter 35 Vandeweghe 20 Bowie 30 Carr 30 Vandeweghe 35 Vandeweghe 30 M.Thompson 26 Drexler 26 Vandeweghe 27 Vandeweghe 21 Vandeweghe 24 Vandeweghe 23 M.Thompson 30 Drexler 20 Paxson 24 Vandeweghe 27 Vandeweghe 19 Kersey 38 Vandeweghe 35 Drexler

Rebounding Leader 11 M.Thompson 8 M.Thompson 10 Drexler,Carr 12 Bowie 8 Drexler,M.Thompson 9 Bowie 15 M.Thompson 7 M.Thompson 12 Bowie 10 M.Thompson 12 Norris 11 M.Thompson 12 M.Thompson 14 Norris 8 Carr 12 Bowie 6 Carr,M.Thompson 8 M.Thompson 12 Drexler 16 Carr 13 Carr 13 M.Thompson 12 Bowie 9 M.Thompson,Carr 11 Carr 9 M.Thompson 13 Bowie 11 Bowie 14 Bowie 7 Bowie,M.Thompson 11 M.