2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
53-29, 2nd in Northwest
Barkley sticking with Blazers to the Finals prediction (0:47)
Lillard, McCollum fuel Blazers to dominant 2-0 series lead (1:52)
Lillard: Have to come ready to play vs. Russ (1:39)
Lillard puts Felton on skates to beat the buzzer (0:23)
Lillard sets up Curry on back-to-back possessions (0:28)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Damian Lillard is not known as a great defender — something he even acknowledged himself after Game 1 — but is locking in on Russell Westbrook in Game 2. He's battling Westbrook's post-ups and not letting him get anything easy.

Lillard feeds McCollum for halftime buzzer-beater (0:28)

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

We're tied at 54 after a disjointed, frustrating first half in Portland that featured 29 fouls and 27 free throws. Nonetheless, the stars have shined: Paul George, Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum all have 16 points. The Blazers have controlled the game with both starting lineups on the court but struggled to score with Lillard on the bench to start the second quarter.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul George gets a 3 to drop that answered a tough 3 by Damian Lillard and George trots back on defense doing a shoulder shrug kind of thing.

McCollum shakes George for floater off glass (0:17)
Lillard finds his way for and-1 (0:20)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul George's two jumpers (that actually made it all the way to the basket; his first was blocked) have looked very pretty. All net on both.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Steven Adams asked if there's time during a playoff series to get together and hang out with Enes: "Yeah, there is. But I don't wanna."


Upset? Reacting to Game 1s

Brian Windhorst, Andrew Han and Rachel Nichols offer overall thoughts from opening weekend (3:20), if any favored team should be worried (10:20), offseason anxiety (39:00) and more.

Stephen A.: Lillard deserves first-team All-NBA over Curry (1:29)
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Kanter proves critical as Blazers end losing streak

Enes Kanter's 20 points and career-postseason-high 18 rebounds were key to Portland's 104-99 win over OKC in the series opener, which snapped a 10-game Blazers playoff losing streak that dated to 2016.

Lillard, McCollum lead Blazers to first playoff win in 3 years (1:49)

Team Stats

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

Team History