Tickets to the Portland Trail Blazers

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About The Portland Trail Blazers

The Portland Trail Blazers, sometimes referred to as the Portland Blazers or just Trail Blazers, entered the NBA in 1970. They are the only major professional sports team in the state of Oregon. Portland Trail Blazers tickets are always in high demand. From 1977 to 1995, the team sold out 814 consecutive home games—that's a record for American professional sports teams. The Blazers played in the Memorial Coliseum until 1995 when they moved next store to the Moda Center (formerly the Rose Garden Arena). Both venues are located in downtown Portland next to the Willamette River.

The Trail Blazers won the NBA Championship in 1977 and reached the finals in 1990 and 1992. From 1983 to the 2003, the team qualified for the postseason 21 straight times. In the team's first 40 years of existence they qualified for the playoffs 28 times. In 1999, the Blazers were 15 minutes away from reaching a fourth NBA Finals but blew a 15-point fourth quarter lead to Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, and the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers would go on to win the first of three consecutive titles while the Blazers went into a tailspin. The team entered a period where they were known as the "Jail Blazers"

The Blazers turned their reputation around by jettisoning troubled players, replacing key executives, and hiring coach Nate McMillan. The team became competitive again after acquiring Brandon Roy, LaMarcus Aldridge, and Nicolas Batum. Other great Blazers include Bill Walton, Maurice Lucas, Clyde Drexler (probably the greatest Portland Trail Blazer of all-time), Geoff Petrie, Scottie Pippen, and Terry Porter. Jack Ramsay coached the team to their only NBA Championship. The Blazers are aligned in Northwest Division of the Western Conference. Their main rivals are the Los Angeles Lakers, Oklahoma City Thunder, and Utah Jazz.