2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
53-29, 2nd in Northwest
Lowe: Blazers could look into trading for Love (1:14)
Kawhi Leonard's big bounce vs. Damian Lillard sends the Thunder home (0:42)

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Portland has given F Jake Layman his qualifying offer, making him a restricted free agent, league sources tell ESPN.

Pippen: Bazemore-Turner 'an even swap at the end of the day' (0:38)
Bagley: I'm a better MC than Lillard (0:50)

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Nassir Little falling to No. 25 was a surprise to many — including ESPN's draft analytics model, which gives him a 47% chance to be at least a starter and a 5% shot to be an all-star level player.

Little's physical tools could make him a draft-day steal (13:47)
NBA draft profile: Nassir Little (0:42)
Bowen: Lillard, McCollum extensions key for Blazers (1:08)

Don't Ease Me In

Stugotz talks to Blazers guard CJ McCollum, who happens to be a more polished podcast host than he is, about the media, airplane etiquette, and baby wipes (4:41). Plus, can an interview be good if the host fails to ask a question? Stugotz takes a trip with a Hall of Famer to find out (30:07).

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Al-Farouq Aminu has shared a cool idea about the upcoming FIBA World Cup. Recently, FIBA and its partner TCL announced that there will be a "TCL Player of The Game" trophy given to the best player of each game during this year's FIBA World Cup. Through the designing process of the trophy, FIBA and TCL want to symbolize and then spread the spirit of basketball and the culture of the hosting country. Now, FIBA and TCL would like to find a more creative name for the trophy in the coming weeks. Asked what he would like to name the trophy, Aminu said that they should name it after him. Aminu told ESPN that he would play for Nigeria's National Team in the FIBA World Cup.

Body of Work (2:48)
Kanter makes camper cover up Curry jersey (0:20)
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Blazers reach new deal with team prez Olshey

Trail Blazers president of basketball operations Neil Olshey, who has constructed a perennial Western Conference playoff team in his seven seasons, has received a contract extension.

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Portland Trail Blazers President of Basketball Operations Neil Olshey has agreed to a contract extension through 2024. After consecutive seasons as the third seed in the Western Conference playoffs, the Blazers advanced to the WCF for the first time in 19 years this season. Portland has reached playoffs six straight times.

This Just In  

The Portland Trail Blazers and coach Terry Stotts have agreed to a multi-year contract extension. The Blazers announced the extension Tuesday but did not disclose terms. Stotts just completed his seventh season as the Blazers' head coach and has guided Portland six consecutive playoff appearances.

Pippen: Now isn't the time to offer Lillard supermax (1:38)
Curry: 'Tattletale' moment capped off memorable week vs. Seth (0:47)

Team Stats

Points Per Game114.76th
Rebounds Per Game48.03rd
Assists Per Game23.025th
Points Allowed110.514th

Team History