The Trail Blazers have seen average NBA regular season ticket prices for their games fluctuate significantly over the last six years. Until the 2013-14 season, the two years prior saw average ticket prices below $20 for the Trail Blazers regular season. The following year, in 2013-2014, prices rose 128% to an average price of $41 and then the next two years saw prices rise and dip at a small percentage. The Portland Trail Blazers largest increase came this current 2016-2017 season with an increase of 150% to a ticket price of $85, the highest average price in the last six years.
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2016 Trail Blazers Season Preview
The Portland Trail Blazers surprised fans with a successful season for Portland after losing 4 out of 5 of their starting lineup. The Trail Blazers came back strong and finished the season with 44 wins and beat the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round of the playoffs, taking their spot as the fifth seed in the Western Conference. A big win for Portland as they start the 2016-2017 season is returning with star backcourt players Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum. The 2016-2017 season comes with one of the highest payrolls in the league, giving them the opportunity to make some important moves by gaining players such as Evan Turner and former Warrior Fetus Ezeli, who will bring his strong center skills and championship experience to Portland. The Trail Blazers will be a strong contender for the playoffs this season with a young and deep talented roster as well as strong veteran players that will prove to be an exciting team to watch. Come to TicketCity for the some of the best deals on home or away Portland Trail Blazers’ tickets!
Portland Trail Blazers Basketball at Moda Center Address: 1 N Center Ct St, Portland, Oregon, 97227
The Trail Blazers play their home games at the Moda Center, located in Portland, Oregon. When filled to capacity, the Moda Center holds nearly 20 thousand screaming fans. Formerly known as the Rose Garden, the selling of naming rights to Moda Health will allow the arena to enhance the fan’s experience at the game, according to the Trail Blazers’ owner. The Portland Trail Blazers home bench is on the Moda Center court side in front of sections 122. Moda Center parking information is covered in our Trail Blazers event guide.
Trail Blazers vs. Lakers
The Trail Blazers and the Lakers have played an astonishing 45+ playoff games dating back to 1977 to go along with over 205 regular season games. The organizations have met three times in the Western Conference Finals that has only made this rivalry that much better. With Portland and Los Angeles both in the same conference, this match-up will only continue to get better in future seasons.
Trail Blazers vs. Thunder
This rivalry can be traced back to when the Thunder organization played in Seattle. The close proximity of the franchises led to a mutual hatred that still continues today even though both teams are not regionally close. The rivalry renewed in 2007 during the NBA Draft when the Trail Blazers selected Greg Oden over Kevin Durant with the first overall pick. Oden became an oft-injured center while Durant established himself as one of the best players in the league.
Trail Blazers vs. Jazz
The Trail Blazers and Jazz have been two of the more consistent teams in the Western Conference and find themselves both in the Northwest Division. In the 1990s, it was not uncommon for Portland and Utah to meet in the playoffs. Both franchises met four times during the decade that included a Trail Blazers victory in the 1992 Western Conference Finals.
Trail Blazers vs. Mavericks
These Western Conference foes have battled it out in the regular season over 135 times. The Trail Blazers and Mavericks have met multiple times in the playoffs over the years with both teams having equal success against one another in the postseason. Portland and Dallas will only continue to add to their rivalry in the upcoming seasons as both teams play in the same conference.
Trail Blazers in the NBA Finals, Western Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs
The Trail Blazers have an NBA championship to go along with multiple Western Conference titles on their resume that began in 1970. Portland has also added over 3 division titles throughout the years and will only see that number continue to increase in future seasons. Decorated players like Bill Walton and Clyde Drexler have worn the Trail Blazers uniform over the years.
2015 Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview
The 2015-16 Portland Trail Blazers season will be defined by some major changes to the team’s roster over the offseason. Longtime superstar LaMarcus Aldridge left the franchise in the offseason, leaving the Trail Blazers with a major scoring hole in their front court. Portland will have to rely even heavier on star point guard Damian Lillard, who is expected to take an even higher percentage of the shots this season. Despite the departure of Aldridge, Portland still has one of the best defensive front courts in the Western Conference, with Mason Plumlee and Al-Farouq Aminu both crashing the glass for near double digit rebounds a season ago. Without Aldridge, it is hard to consider the Blazers a threat to win the Western Conference this season, but Damian Lillard has turned into a legitimate superstar in the NBA, and the heights that the Blazers will soar in 2015-16 will rest solely on his shoulders.
2014 Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview
The Portland Trail Blazers rebounded from an off year in 2012 and had an outstanding 2013-14 NBA season. The Trail Blazers won 54 games, and Portland made the NBA playoffs for the first time since 2011. Led by superstar LeMarcus Alderidge, Portland dismantled favored Houston in the first round of the playoffs earning the Trail Blazers their first playoff series victory since 2000. When looking at the 2014-15 Portland Trail Blazers schedule, the question is whether or not the Blazers can take the next step and turn into one of the NBA Western Conference’s elite teams. Key acquisitions for the Trail Blazers in the offseason were Steve Blake and Chris Kamen, who add much needed playoff experience to a young Portland team. Still, the Portland Trail Blazers will only go as far as their star duo of Damien Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge take them. Look for the Blazers to be a matchup that no one wants come playoff time.
2013 Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview
Portland had a rough go of it in the 2012-13 Season, winning only 33 games for 4th place in the Northwest Division. Management let every bench player go that was not already under contract, and used the cap space to pick up Robin Lopez, Mo Williams and Thomas Robinson. While everyone knows LaMarcus Aldridge by now, be prepared to hear a lot more about Damian Lillard and Nicolas Batum. Lillard was last season’s Rookie of the Year and they’ll need an even bigger performance from the youngster to get back to the postseason. The Trail Blazers will open the season in Denver on Nov. 1 before returning home for a three-game homestand against the Spurs, Rockets and Kings. Other key home games will be vs. Chicago on Nov. 22, vs. Oklahoma City on Dec. 4, and vs. Miami on Dec. 28.
2012 Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview
Over the past several years, the Portland Trail Blazers have dealt with major injuries to star players and massive contracts that simply didn't result in success in the win-loss column. As a result, during the team's tumultuous 2011-12 campaign, the Trail Blazers fired coach Nate McMillian, traded away a series of their expiring contracts and decided to embark on a full-scale rebuilding project to plan for the future. While the team finished with a 28-38 record last season, the team is hoping that its new blend of savvy veterans and young talent will be enough to get them back into the Western Conference playoff conversation and back to the glory days of the franchise. During the middle of the 2011-12 season, the Trail Blazers got serious about their rebuilding project by shipping off former cornerstones like Gerald Wallace, Marcus Camby, Raymond Felton and Jamal Crawford. The team brought in new coach Terry Stotts, who brings a wealth of experience to the young rostewr. While the team scored a series of lottery picks like point guard Damian Lillard, center Meyers Leonard and guard Will Barton, the Trail Blazers' upcoming season will largely be predicated on the ability of the players on their current roster to play up to expectations and fulfill the promise they had when they were signed in the first place. The Trail Blazers' scoring attack revolves around their duo of dynamic forwards, Nicolas Batum and LaMarcus Aldrige. Both of these players have All-Star quality talent, but it’s the pieces that surround them that will make the difference in the team's playoff chances. At point guard, the keys to the offense will be handed to the rookie Damian Lillard, who will be spelled occasionally by Nolan Smith and Ronnie Price. At the shooting guard position, Wesley Matthews and Will Barton are solid, if not unspectacular, while at center, the Trail Blazers boast one of the best in the business in J.J. Hickson. Ultimately, with a strong starting five, the Trail Blazers will need a welcome boost from their bench players to put them over the top in the Western Conference playoff race. The Trail Blazers have succeeded in dumping some of the large contracts that have held them hostage over the past several years, but this year's season will be judged on how quickly the young players come along and whether or not the team can successfully build for the future. The team is loaded with talent and if they come along a bit sooner than expected, the Trail Blazers could be a surprise playoff team before all is said and done.
2011 Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview
While the post-lockout era began with sad news for Trailblazers fans—the too-early retirement of one of their native sons, Brandon Roy—what is left on the court is enough to carry them on. Forward LaMarchcus Aldridge is one of the most exciting and intriguing in the league, and his breakout 2010-11 season left fans in the Rose City eagerly anticipating what he can do to follow it up. With the forever-young Marchcus Camby and a group of young players like guard Wes Matthews and forward Nicolas Batum, the Trailblazers were emerging, but it was the mid-season trade for forward Gerald Wallace from Charlotte is what made them stronger and a true playoff contender. Traded at the deadline, Wallace brought a ferocious play that might have been missing from the Blazers, evidenced by his leading the team in steals despite his limited time there. With a whole training camp and start of the season soon to be under their collective belts, The Portland Trailblazers will be one of the more intriguing teams to watch in the NBA.
2010 Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview
The Portland Trail Blazers suffered through a litany of injuries last season, but still managed to sneak into the playoffs before losing to the Phoenix Suns in the first round. Portland now returns healthy to begin the season, and expectations are high as the team is loaded with the most talent it has had in years, and fans are looking forward to a deep playoff run. Perhaps the biggest injury to hit the Blazers last year was to Brandon Roy. The 6-foot-6 guard is one of the most dynamic scorers in the league if he's healthy, and averaged over 21 points a game last season. Highly touted center Greg Oden has yet to make an impact in his young career, but he has a tremendous upside and can play a big role both offensively and defensively if he can stay on the court. The Blazers also made several moves during the offseason to improve their lineup, highlighted by the addition of Wesley Matthews, should be solid off the bench. Although they lost Travis Outlaw to the New Jersey Nets, Rudy Fernandez has proven he's a capable young players, and barring another injury-plagued season, there's no reason to believe Portland won't contend in the Western Conference.
2009 Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview
The Portland Trailblazers look like one of the best teams in the NBA as they head into the 2009-2010 season. The young Portland squad was a 4 seed in the playoffs last season and has no doubt set their sights on making the Western Conference Finals this year. The Blazers are led by SG Brandon Roy, PF Lamarcus Aldridge and spark plug Rudy Fernandez. If Portland Head Coach Nate McMillan can keep the Trailblazers improving, and the team stays healthy, then the Blazers should be one of the premiere teams in the NBA for years to come.
2008 Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview
The Portland Trail Blazers are potentially the next great NBA dynasty. With Greg Oden, Brandon Roy and loads of young talent supporting them, the Portland Trail Blazers are likely to be a team to be reckoned with for years to come. Watch a game in the famed Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon, and you’ll see one of the brightest young teams play in front of the loudest and most supportive set of fans in the NBA.
Portland Trail Blazers News - 11/23/2016
The Trail Blazers lost 4 spots last week in the power rankings from No. 10 to No. 14. The Portland Trail Blazers experienced a three-game losing streak, trailing all games by 10-plus points. When they met up with the Nets they were able to break the losing streak and win with a final score of 129-109. The team was missing Al-Farouq Aminu due to a calf injury for several games and his presence was missed on the court. The Portland Trail Blazers will finish off the week with games against the Cavaliers and the Pelicans, with average ticket prices falling in the $60 range for each game.
Portland Trail Blazers News - 11/8/2016
The Trail Blazers dropped one spot from the No. 8 spot they were at in the NBA rankings after losses against the Warriors and Suns. The following two games they gained the wins against the Mavericks and Grizzlies, hopefully causing Portland to climb back up in the rankings. The rest of this week is busy for the Trail Blazers, with four more games to be played. Portland will host three matchups, the highest average ticket price for these games hits $41 for the Trail Blazers vs. Kings game.