A Long Shot To Blaze A Trail To The NBA Playoffs
Portland Trail Blazers Playoffs
The Portland Trail Blazers have a slim outside chance of making the 2013 NBA Playoffs but since we are highlighting every team either that is a lock for the playoffs or having an outside chance of making the playoffs, we’ll take a look at the Blazers. The Blazers currently have a record of 31-34 and are tied with the Dallas Mavericks, sitting 3 games behind the Los Angeles Lakers, who are in the final spot in the Western Conference.
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The Blazers are led by the dynamic duo of All Star LaMarcus Aldridge, who has a scoring average of 20.9 points per game and a rebounding average of 8.7 rebounds per game, and Damian Lillard, the favorite for Rookie of the Year, who has averages of 19.1 points per game and 6.5 assists per game. Also on their roster are a young, solid supporting cast of Wesley Matthews, JJ Hickson and Nicolas Batum.
Portland Trail Blazers Tickets
The Trail Blazers have tough games remaining against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Brooklyn Nets, Utah Jazz, Memphis Grizzlies and Los Angeles Clippers.
Portland Trail Blazers Ticket Prices
Here is a look at the average ticket prices for Portland Trail Blazers home and road games for the remainder of the 2012-2013 season. For the best deals on all Portland Trail Blazers tickets, you can find the best deals right here at SeatGeek.
|City||State||Venue Name||Date||Avg. Price|
|Philadelphia||PA||Wells Fargo Center||3/18/2013||$20.01|
|Milwaukee||WI||BMO Harris Bradley Center||3/19/2013||$22.15|
|Oklahoma City||OK||Chesapeake Energy Arena||3/24/2013||$100.52|
|Salt Lake City||UT||EnergySolutions Arena||4/1/2013||$24.76|
|Los Angeles||CA||Staples Center||4/16/2013||$76.94|