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The Portland Trail Blazers best season came in their seventh season in the league. The NBA Draft gave the team their center, Bill Walton, in 1974 and the ABA dispersal draft in the summer before gave the team another star in power forward Maurice Lucas. The powerful front court gave the team a formidable 1-2 punch inside that led to a 49-33 season and the team’s first postseason appearance and the fans first chance to purchase Trail Blazers playoff tickets. That year Bill Walton was finally healthy after spending his first two seasons sidelined by a foot injury. Lucas was an enforcer and a scorer at the four spot, which freed up Walton to work his magic as an all around player. Dave Twardzik and Lionel Hollins were the backcourt on Coach Jack Ramsay’s Portland Trail Blazers. The team defeated the Bulls in the first round, and the Nuggets in the second before meeting the Lakers and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the conference finals. Walton dominated and the Blazers went to the NBA Finals to play the Philadelphia 76ers. Portland won four straight after losing the first two games of the best of seven series.

Through a series of trades and strategic moves by the front office, the team expects that sales of Portland Trail Blazers tickets will be extremely strong due to the team’s strong prospects for going deep into the postseason. Spaniard Rudy Fernandez- a stellar guard- and Brandon Roy promise to deliver many a night of hot shooting excitement.

The Portland Trail Blazers were able to keep afloat leading up to the 2012 NBA season at the Rose Garden. Trail Blazers tickets for this season will see Jamal Crawford instead of Brandon Roy, Raymond Felton instead of Andre Miller, and a familiar face at center in place of another consistently on the injured list. The differences from last season to this may simply be an offense capable of putting up more points and a defense incapable of stopping just a few more points a game. Essentially, this roster may simply be another way to get to the same point, the number eight seed in the postseason.

Portland has not won an NBA title since, but they have come close. Clyde Drexler was the star of a run and gun Trail Blazers that competed for dominance in the Western Conference with the Los Angeles Lakers in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. Drexler had help from point guard Terry Porter, forward Jerome Kersey, forward Buck Williams, and center Kevin Duckworth. Under the direction of Rick Adelman, Portland gave the fans Trail Blazer playoff tickets that went deep into the postseason. In 1990 and 1992, Portland reached the NBA Finals. The team met the Pistons and the Bulls though, and the dynasty teams put an end to the championship hopes.

This season the Portland Trail Blazers have a regular season schedule chalk full of Western Conference opponents. That schedule makes going to the postseason difficult, but the team is so talented that their youth and excitement could make Trail Blazers playoff tickets available for the first time in six seasons. Brandon Roy and La Marcus Aldridge have been putting up impressive numbers and great performances in the last two seasons, and this year they will be joined by Greg Oden. Oden was forced to sit out his rookie season with a right knee injury. Oden is a hyped center that fans hope ends up being more Bill Walton than Sam Bowie. Oden has shown a post presence and knows how to rebound and play defense. His performance in college only excited NBA executives even more, and this year he will show them what he has.

Felton is a very capable point guard with the ability to push the ball and a player still perfecting defense. He replaces Miller, an older point guard incapable of running the court with as much fervor as Felton and equally unable to play D. The Trail Blazers are at least happy to get younger at the point, especially since Roy is no longer available to take up the responsibilities of running offensive sets.

Crawford is a temperamental scoring machine with the penchant for throwing up three pointers without a care in the world. He is no Roy. He is not the defender and floor general of Roy, but he is a dangerous scorer of a different ilk. Portland’s new backcourt joins the same old front court. Marcus Camby, Aldridge and Gerald Wallace are a solid group. The Trailblazers and their dedicated fan base regrets having to admit that Felton or Wallace is the second best player on the basketball team.

The Blazers postseason fate depends on more than just those three players. Brandon Roy became a combo guard last year, but should get some kind of help from the three potential starting point guards. Steve Blake is a solid bench player, but Jerryd Bayless and Sergio Rodriguez are young guys trying to learn one of the toughest positions in basketball. Bayless can be a little out of control, but his upside is incredible. Rodriguez has flashed greatness, but has not been able to play consistently enough to take the point away from Blake. One of these three has to emerge as the starter based on a great performance for Portland Trail Blazers playoff tickets to the Rose Garden to become a reality this season.

The other additions include rookie point guard Nolan Smith and undersized power forward Craig Smith. The Portland Trail Blazers essentially added a solid 4 and a potential solid backup point guard. Nolan Smith has a high basketball IQ and the experience in the spotlight to surprise his many doubters. Craig Smith is just 6-7, but has 265 pounds to clear out his space and put in an easy basket. The TicketSpecialists have the Portland Trail Blazers tickets to see the entire 2012 NBA schedule at the Rose Garden. Look for amazing seats to enjoy the potential playoff team.

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Brooklyn Nets vs. Portland Trail Blazers Apr 6, 2015
Mon 7:00PM
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY
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Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Portland Trail Blazers Jan 28, 2015
Wed 7:00PM
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland, OH
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Atlanta Hawks vs. Portland Trail Blazers Jan 30, 2015
Fri 7:30PM
Philips Arena
Atlanta, GA
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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Portland Trail Blazers Jan 31, 2015
Sat 7:30PM
BMO Harris Bradley Center
Milwaukee, WI
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Utah Jazz Feb 3, 2015
Tue 7:00PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Phoenix Suns Feb 5, 2015
Thu 7:30PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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Dallas Mavericks vs. Portland Trail Blazers Feb 7, 2015
Sat 7:30PM
American Airlines Center
Dallas, TX
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Houston Rockets vs. Portland Trail Blazers Feb 8, 2015
Sun 6:00PM
Toyota Center - TX
Houston, TX
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Los Angeles Lakers Feb 11, 2015
Wed 7:00PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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Utah Jazz vs. Portland Trail Blazers Feb 20, 2015
Fri 7:00PM
EnergySolutions Arena
Salt Lake City, UT
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Memphis Grizzlies Feb 22, 2015
Sun 6:00PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. San Antonio Spurs Feb 25, 2015
Wed 7:30PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Feb 27, 2015
Fri 7:30PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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Sacramento Kings vs. Portland Trail Blazers Mar 1, 2015
Sun 3:00PM
Sleep Train Arena (formerly Power Balance Pavilion)
Sacramento, CA
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Los Angeles Clippers vs. Portland Trail Blazers Mar 4, 2015
Wed 7:30PM
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Dallas Mavericks Mar 5, 2015
Thu 7:30PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Portland Trail Blazers Mar 7, 2015
Sat 7:00PM
Target Center
Minneapolis, MN
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Houston Rockets Mar 11, 2015
Wed 7:30PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Detroit Pistons Mar 13, 2015
Fri 7:00PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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Toronto Raptors vs. Portland Trail Blazers Mar 15, 2015
Sun 7:00PM
Air Canada Centre
Toronto, ONT
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Washington Wizards vs. Portland Trail Blazers Mar 16, 2015
Mon 7:00PM
Verizon Center - DC
Washington, DC
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Miami Heat vs. Portland Trail Blazers Mar 18, 2015
Wed 7:30PM
American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL
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Orlando Magic vs. Portland Trail Blazers Mar 20, 2015
Fri 7:00PM
Amway Center
Orlando, FL
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Memphis Grizzlies vs. Portland Trail Blazers Mar 21, 2015
Sat 7:00PM
Fedex Forum
Memphis, TN
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Portland Trail Blazers vs. Golden State Warriors Mar 24, 2015
Tue 7:30PM
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden)
Portland, OR
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The Portland Trail Blazers best season came in their seventh season in the league. The NBA Draft gave the team their center, Bill Walton, in 1974 and the ABA dispersal draft in the summer before gave the team another star in power forward Maurice Lucas. The powerful front court gave the team a formidable 1-2 punch inside that led to a 49-33 season and the team’s first postseason appearance and the fans first chance to purchase Trail Blazers playoff tickets. That year Bill Walton was finally healthy after spending his first two seasons sidelined by a foot injury. Lucas was an enforcer and a scorer at the four spot, which freed up Walton to work his magic as an all around player. Dave Twardzik and Lionel Hollins were the backcourt on Coach Jack Ramsay’s Portland Trail Blazers. The team defeated the Bulls in the first round, and the Nuggets in the second before meeting the Lakers and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the conference finals. Walton dominated and the Blazers went to the NBA Finals to play the Philadelphia 76ers. Portland won four straight after losing the first two games of the best of seven series.

Through a series of trades and strategic moves by the front office, the team expects that sales of Portland Trail Blazers tickets will be extremely strong due to the team’s strong prospects for going deep into the postseason. Spaniard Rudy Fernandez- a stellar guard- and Brandon Roy promise to deliver many a night of hot shooting excitement.

The Portland Trail Blazers were able to keep afloat leading up to the 2012 NBA season at the Rose Garden. Trail Blazers tickets for this season will see Jamal Crawford instead of Brandon Roy, Raymond Felton instead of Andre Miller, and a familiar face at center in place of another consistently on the injured list. The differences from last season to this may simply be an offense capable of putting up more points and a defense incapable of stopping just a few more points a game. Essentially, this roster may simply be another way to get to the same point, the number eight seed in the postseason.

Portland has not won an NBA title since, but they have come close. Clyde Drexler was the star of a run and gun Trail Blazers that competed for dominance in the Western Conference with the Los Angeles Lakers in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. Drexler had help from point guard Terry Porter, forward Jerome Kersey, forward Buck Williams, and center Kevin Duckworth. Under the direction of Rick Adelman, Portland gave the fans Trail Blazer playoff tickets that went deep into the postseason. In 1990 and 1992, Portland reached the NBA Finals. The team met the Pistons and the Bulls though, and the dynasty teams put an end to the championship hopes.

This season the Portland Trail Blazers have a regular season schedule chalk full of Western Conference opponents. That schedule makes going to the postseason difficult, but the team is so talented that their youth and excitement could make Trail Blazers playoff tickets available for the first time in six seasons. Brandon Roy and La Marcus Aldridge have been putting up impressive numbers and great performances in the last two seasons, and this year they will be joined by Greg Oden. Oden was forced to sit out his rookie season with a right knee injury. Oden is a hyped center that fans hope ends up being more Bill Walton than Sam Bowie. Oden has shown a post presence and knows how to rebound and play defense. His performance in college only excited NBA executives even more, and this year he will show them what he has.

Felton is a very capable point guard with the ability to push the ball and a player still perfecting defense. He replaces Miller, an older point guard incapable of running the court with as much fervor as Felton and equally unable to play D. The Trail Blazers are at least happy to get younger at the point, especially since Roy is no longer available to take up the responsibilities of running offensive sets.

Crawford is a temperamental scoring machine with the penchant for throwing up three pointers without a care in the world. He is no Roy. He is not the defender and floor general of Roy, but he is a dangerous scorer of a different ilk. Portland’s new backcourt joins the same old front court. Marcus Camby, Aldridge and Gerald Wallace are a solid group. The Trailblazers and their dedicated fan base regrets having to admit that Felton or Wallace is the second best player on the basketball team.

The Blazers postseason fate depends on more than just those three players. Brandon Roy became a combo guard last year, but should get some kind of help from the three potential starting point guards. Steve Blake is a solid bench player, but Jerryd Bayless and Sergio Rodriguez are young guys trying to learn one of the toughest positions in basketball. Bayless can be a little out of control, but his upside is incredible. Rodriguez has flashed greatness, but has not been able to play consistently enough to take the point away from Blake. One of these three has to emerge as the starter based on a great performance for Portland Trail Blazers playoff tickets to the Rose Garden to become a reality this season.

The other additions include rookie point guard Nolan Smith and undersized power forward Craig Smith. The Portland Trail Blazers essentially added a solid 4 and a potential solid backup point guard. Nolan Smith has a high basketball IQ and the experience in the spotlight to surprise his many doubters. Craig Smith is just 6-7, but has 265 pounds to clear out his space and put in an easy basket. The TicketSpecialists have the Portland Trail Blazers tickets to see the entire 2012 NBA schedule at the Rose Garden. Look for amazing seats to enjoy the potential playoff team.

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