Betting on the Portland Trail Blazers
The Portland Trail Blazers NBA team is among those in the Northwest United States that receive the most betting action each and every year, ranking up there right alongside the Seattle Seahawks NFL football team and the Seattle Mariners MLB team.
We’ve dedicated this page to Blazers basketball fans in Oregon looking to bet money on the games throughout the 2018-19 season and playoffs. Here you’ll find the latest betting odds and lines for the team along with their current odds to win the NBA championship. In addition to current and historic team information, you’ll also find our list of the best and most trusted legal Oregon sports betting sites we recommend playing at this season.
Top Online Sportsbook For Portland Trail Blazers NBA Odds
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- New sign-ups can take advantage of 50% up to $250 welcome bonus
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- Sportsbook offers numerous betting odds and lines for traditional, live, mobile betting
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Portland Trail Blazers - Odds to win the 2019 NBA Championship
Despite earning the No.3 seed in the Western Conference, the Blazers entered the 2019 NBA Playoffs at +5000 which gave them a 1.96% chance to win it all. The teams’ odds continue to gain value and after beating the Thunder in the opening round, the Blazers actually gained an extra +3000 for a total of +8000 and a received a 1.23% chance of taking the Larry O'Brien Trophy back to Portland.
In other words, the Blazers appear to be receiving a significant amount of disrespect from the oddsmakers because midway through the playoffs, a $100 bet would win a staggering $8000 if Damien Lillard and company win three more series during the 2019 NBA Playoffs. Below you can find the odds on the Blazers and all teams currently. Be sure to check the sportsbook for updated odds, new betting lines and prop bets.
Odds to win the 2019 NBA Finals: Portland Trail Blazers +8000
- Golden State Warriors -150
- Houston Rockets +650
- Milwaukee Bucks +650
- Toronto Raptors +750
- Boston Celtics +1200
- Philadelphia 76ers +1800
- Denver Nuggets +2000
Odds to win the 2019 Western Conference: Portland Trail Blazers +1800
- Golden State Warriors -300
- Houston Rockets +300
- Denver Nuggets +1200
2018-19 Portland Trail Blazers - Roster, Coaches, Record, Stats
We compiled all of the most relevant information, statistics, and data to help assist you with a bet on the Blazers basketball team during the 2018-19 season.
Overall Record: 53-29 (.646)
Season Results: 2nd in Northwest Division, def. Thunder (4-1), Nuggets (0-1)
- Points Per Game:7 (6th)
- Points Allowed:5 (14th)
- Rebounds Per Game: 0 (3rd)
- Assists Per Game: 0 (25th)
- Field Goal %:7% (12th)
- FG %: 45.7% (13th)
- 3PT FG %: 9% (t-8th)
- 3PT FG %: 35.9% (t-18th)
- T/O Per Game:3 (t-12th)
- T/O Per Game: 11.9 (29th)
Player Stat Leaders - Per Game Average
- Points: Damian Lillard (25.8)
- Rebounds: Jusuf Nurkic (10.4)
- Assists: Damian Lillard (6.9)
- Steals: Maurice Harkless (1.1)
- Blocks: Jusuf Nurkic (1.4)
- PG Damian Lillard
- SG J. McCollum
- SF Maurice Harkless
- PF Al-Farouq Aminu
- C Enes Kanter
- PG Seth Curry
- PG Anfernee Simons
- SG Rodney Hood
- SG Evan Turner
- SF Jake Layman
- SF Gary Trent Jr.
- PF Meyers Leonard
- PF Skal Labissiere
- C Zach Collins
- C Jusuf Nurkic
Head coach: Terry Stotts
Assistant coaches: John McCullough, Jim Moran, Dale Osbourne, Nate Tibbetts, David Vanterpool
History of the Portland Trail Blazers
The Portland Trail Blazers basketball franchise is based in Portland, Oregon and was founded in 1970. The team currently competes as a member of the Western Conference Northwest Division in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and hosts home games at the Moda Center in Portland.
The team got its name from a contest that receives over 10,000 entries from Portland residents. The name “Pioneers” actually received the most votes but due to it being the name of Portland’s Lewis & Clark College, it was excluded from contention. The name “Trail Blazers” received 172 entries and was selected by the judging panel as the name for the newly established team.
The name is a reference to the Oregon Trail and the act of “trailblazing” where explorers made new paths in forests so wagons of settlers could follow a safe route when moving to the newly discovered western America during the early 1800s.
NBA Championships: 1 (1977)
Finals Appearances: 3 (1977, 1990, 1992)
Division Winner: 6 (1978, 1991, 1992, 1999, 2015, 2018)
Retired Numbers: 12 (1, 13, 14, 15, 20, 22, 30, 30, 32, 36, 45, 77)
Hall of Fame players: 6
- Lenny Wilkens
- Bill Walton
- Clyde Drexler
- Dražen Petrović
- Arvydas Sabonis
- Scottie Pippen