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The Trail Blazers joined the league as an expansion team in 1970, and didn't have to wait long until they won their first Championship in 1977. Reckon they can win it this year? Here are the latest odds:
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The Portland Trail Blazers compete in the Western Conference Northwest Division and play home games at the Moda Center. Known for its passionate support, from 1977 to 1995, the team sold out every home game, 814 in total. This is the second-longest sellout streak in American major pro sports. Portland also has the second-longest streak of reaching the playoffs at 21 years between 1983 and 2004.
The team first joined the league in 1970 as an expansion franchise and didn’t show any signs of exploding into a dominant force right away. In fact, the Trail Blazers finished last in their division in each of their first four seasons and again in the sixth.
However, the Blazers went through one of the most dramatic turnarounds in NBA history during the 1976/77 season. The team came out with a new head coach in Jack Ramsey, and secured their first-ever winning record at 49-33. The team had recruited players like Bill Walton and Maurice Lucas in the previous years to build a team that could challenge.
Helped by a coach that didn’t put any pressure on the team, the Trail Blazers claimed victories over the Chicago Bulls and the Los Angeles Lakers to reach the conference finals. After beating the Denver Nuggets, the team reached the NBA Finals.
Despite losing the first two games to the Philadelphia 76ers, Portland won four in a row to claim their first-ever NBA Championship. Walton was named NBA MVP for that season. The team’s story from newcomers to champions in seven years was a fairytale.
That may be the team’s only NBA Championship, but it set the team up to constantly challenge in the playoffs. In fact, up until the 2003/04 season, the team reached the playoffs 26 out of 27 years. This period included a trip to the NBA Finals in 1992 with players like Buck Williams, but the Trail Blazers lost to the Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls.
However, once the Trail Blazers’ run of making the playoffs came to an end in 2004, the team hit their most unsuccessful period since joining the NBA. The franchise went five seasons without reaching the playoffs and struggling with losing records. The team briefly resurfaced in the postseason from 2008 to 2011. However, the Trail Blazers fell in the first round on each of their three trips to the playoffs.
The fortunes of the Trail Blazers started to turn in 2012 when the team picked Damian Lillard as the sixth pick in the NBA Draft. Lillard turned the team into contenders again, as the franchise made the playoffs every season from 2013 to 2021. Lillard picked up six NBA All-Star appearances in this time and continues to light up the court for Trail Blazer fans.