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_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 1977

- 1 mai 1977 - Conference Semifinals, G5 : Denver Nuggets-Portland Trailblazers 114-105 ap
liens youtube : Full Game - Portland remporte la série 4-2

- 13 mai 1977 - Conference Finals, G4 : Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 105-101
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12 - Portland remporte la série 4-0


_____________________________________________________ NBA Finals 1977

- 22 mai 1977, G1 : Philadelphia 76ers-Portland Trailblazers 107-101
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8

- 26 mai 1977, G2 : Philadelphia 76ers-Portland Trailblazers 107-89
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10

- 3 juin 1977, G5 : Philadelphia 76ers-Portland Trailblazers 104-110
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10

- 5 juin 1977, G6 : Portland Trailblazers-Philadelphia 76ers 109-107
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13 - Portland remporte la série 4-2


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1977/78

- 28 octobre 1977 : Portland Trailblazers-Philadelphia 76ers 98-94
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10

- 26 février 1978 : Chicago Bulls-Portland Trailblazers 99-100
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11


_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 1980

- 4 avril 1980 - 1st Round, G2 : Portland Trailblazers-Seattle Supersonics 105-95 ap
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10 - Seattle remporte la série 2-1


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1980/81

- 30 décembre 1980 : Portland Trailblazers-Philadelphia 76ers 109-108
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 11, Part 11, Part , Part 9, Part 10, Part 11


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1983/84

- 25 décembre 1983 : Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 141-121
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_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1984/85

- 24 novembre 1984 : Portland Trailblazers-Chicago Bulls 141-131
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9


_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 1985

- 18 avril 1985 - 1st Round, G1 : Dallas Mavericks-Portland Trailblazers 139-131 a2p
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7

- 20 avril 1985 - 1st Round, G2 : Dallas Mavericks-Portland Trailblazers 121-124 ap
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10 - Portland remporte la série 3-1

- 3 mai 1985 - Conference Semifinals, G3 : Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 126-130
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11 - Los Angeles remporte la série 4-1


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1985/86

- 14 février 1986 : Portland Trailblazers-Boston Celtics 119-120 ap
liens youtube : Full Game


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1987/88

- 1 janvier 1988 : Portland Trailblazers-Philadelphia 76ers 127-125
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9 - boxscore

- 26 février 1988 : Chicago Bulls-Portland Trailblazers 96-104
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10 - boxscore

- 14 avril 1988 : Utah Jazz-Portland Trailblazers 123-128
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8 - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1988/89

- 21 avril 1989 : Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 114-121
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8 - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 1990

- 5 mai 1990 - Conference Semifinals, G1 - Portland Trailblazers-San Antonio Spurs 107-94
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10

- 15 mai 1990 - Conference Semifinals, G5 - Portland Trailblazers-San Antonio Spurs 138-132 a2p
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9

- 19 mai 1990 - Conference Semifinals, G7 - Portland Trailblazers-San Antonio Spurs 108-105 ap
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9 - Portland remporte la série 4-3

- 21 mai 1990 - Conference Finals, G1 - Portland Trailblazers-Phoenix Suns 100-98
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6

- 29 mai 1990 - Conference Finals, G5 - Portland Trailblazers-Phoenix Suns 120-114
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11 - Portland remporte la série 4-2
Article sur la rencontre : Blazers grab lead in series (NY times)



_____________________________________________________ NBA Finals 1990

- 7 juin 1990, G2 - Detroit Pistons-Portland Trailblazers 105-106 ap
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11 - voir la série complète
Article sur la rencontre : Another thriller as Blazers tie series (NY times)


- 14 juin 1990, G5 - Portland Trailblazers-Detroit Pistons 90-92
lien youtube : Full Game - Detroit remporte la série 4-1 - voir la série complète
Article sur la rencontre : Pistons rally to repeat as N.B.A. Champions (NY times)



_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1990/91

- 6 novembre 1990 : Los Angeles Lakers-Portland Trailblazers 123-125 ap
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore

- 18 novembre 1990 : Portland Trailblazers-Chicago Bulls 125-112
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- 8 décembre 1990 : Chicago Bulls-Portland Trailblazers 101-109
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore

- 3 mars 1991 : Boston Celtics-Portland Trailblazers 107-116
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore

- 10 mars 1991 : Portland Trailblazers-Boston Celtics 109-111 ap
liens youtube : Full Game - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8 - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 1991

- 26 avril 1991 - 1st Round, G1 - Portland Trailblazers-Seattle Supersonics 110-102
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11 - boxscore - Portland remporte la série 3-2

- 21 mai 1991 - Conference Finals, G2 - Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 109-98
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10 - boxscore - voir la série complète
Article sur la rencontre : Trail Blazers get even with Lakers (NY times)


- 28 mai 1991 - Conference Finals, G5 - Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 95-84
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12 - boxscore - voir la série complète
Article sur la rencontre : Trail Blazers bounce back in game 5 (NY times)


- 30 mai 1991 - Conference Finals, G6 - Los Angeles Lakers-Portland Trailblazers 91-90
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13 - boxscore - LAL remporte la série 4-2 - voir la série complète
Article sur la rencontre : Lakers and Bulls in a dream matchup (NY times)



_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1991/92

- 29 novembre 1991 : Portland Trailblazers-Chicago Bulls 114-116 a2p
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13 - boxscore

- 15 mars 1992 : Boston Celtics-Portland Trailblazers 152-148 a2p
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13, Part 14, Part 15, Part 16 - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 1992

- 23 avril 1992 - 1st Round, G1 - Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 115-102
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12 - boxscore

- 3 mai 1992 - 1st Round, G4 - Los Angeles Lakers-Portland Trailblazers 76-102
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11 - boxscore - Portland remporte la série 3-1

- 7 mai 1992 - Conference Semifinals, G1 - Portland Trailblazers-Phoenix Suns 126-119
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13, Part 14 - boxscore - Portland remporte la série 4-1

- 26 mai 1992 - Conference Finals, G5 - Portland Trailblazers-Utah Jazz 127-121 ap
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12 - boxscore

- 28 mai 1992 - Conference Finals, G6 - Utah Jazz-Portland Trailblazers 97-105
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11 - boxscore - Portland remporte la série 4-2
Article sur la rencontre : Blazers silence Jazz and return to Finals (NY times)



_____________________________________________________ NBA Finals 1992

- 5 juin 1992, G2 - Chicago Bulls-Portland Trailblazers 104-115 ap
liens youtube : Part 1/, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13 - boxscore - Chicago remporte la série 4-2 - voir la série complète
Article sur la rencontre : Blazers beat Bulls in overtime to even series (NY times)



_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 1997

- 30 avril 1997 - 1st Round, G3 - Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 98-90
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9 - boxscore - LAL remporte la série 3-1
Article sur la rencontre : Blazers stop Lakers to keep series going (NY times)



_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1997/98

- 14 novembre 1997 : Portland Trailblazers-Phoenix Suns 139-140 a4p
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13, Part 14, Part 15, Part 16 - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 1999/00

- 29 février 2000 : Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 87-90
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9 - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 2000

- 23 avril 2000 - 1st Round , G1 - Portland Trailblazers-Minnesota Timberwolves 91-88
lien youtube : Highlights - boxscore

- 26 avril 2000 - 1st Round, G2 - Portland Trailblazers-Minnesota Timberwolves 86-82
lien youtube : Highlights - boxscore - Portland remporte la série 3-1

- 11 mai 2000 - Conference Semifinals, G3 - Utah Jazz-Portland Trailblazers 84-103
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11 - boxscore - Portland remporte la série 4-1

- 30 mai 2000 - Conference Finals, G5 - Los Angeles Lakers-Portland Trailblazers 88-96
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11 - boxscore - voir la série complète

- 2 juin 2000 - Conference Finals, G6 - Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 103-93
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11 - boxscore - voir la série complète
Article sur la rencontre : Blazers' play forces the Lakers to game 7 (NY times)


- 4 juin 2000 - Conference Finals, G7 - Los Angeles Lakers vs Portland Trail Blazers 89-84
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13 - boxscore - Los Angeles remporte la série 4-3 - voir la série complète
Article sur la rencontre : - Trail Blazers Follow plan to the bitter end (NY times)



_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 2002/03

- 13 avril 2003 : Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 101-99
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8 - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 2003

- 4 mai 2003 - 1st Round, G7 - Dallas Mavericks-Portland Trailblazers 107-95
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore - Dallas remporte la série 4-3


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 2008/09

- 9 mars 2009 : Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 111-94
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore

- 15 avril 2009 : Portland Trailblazers-Denver Nuggets 104-76
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 2009/10

- 11 mars 2010 : Golden State Warriors-Portland Trailblazers 105-110
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore

- 25 mars 2010 : Portland Trailblazers-Dallas Mavericks 101-89
lien youtube : Part 1, Part 2 - boxscore

- 11 avril 2010 : Los Angeles Lakers-Portland Trailblazers 88-91
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Saison Régulière 2010/11

- 7 février 2011 : Portland Trailblazers-Chicago Bulls 109-103
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore

- 8 mars 2011 : Miami Heat-Portland Trailblazers 96-105
lien youtube : Part 1, Part 2 - boxscore

- 25 mars 2011 : Portland Trailblazers-San Antonio Spurs 98-96
lien youtube : Full Game - boxscore

- 8 avril 2011 : Portland Trailblazers-Los Angeles Lakers 93-86
lien youtube : Part 1, Part 2 - boxscore


_____________________________________________________ Playoffs 2011

- 23 avril 2011 - 1st round '11, G4 - Portland Trailblazers vs Dallas Mavericks 84-82
liens youtube : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Highlights - boxscore - Dallas remporte la série 4-2
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LIONEL HOLLINS (1976-1980)

Position : Guard ▪ Height : 6-3 ▪ Weight : 185 lbs.
Born : October 19, 1953 in Ark City, Kansas
High School : Rancho in Las Vegas, Nevada
College : Arizona State University
Draft : Portland Trail Blazers, 1st round (6th pick, 6th overall), 1975 NBA Draft
NBA Debut : November 7, 1975



When thinking about his time with the Trail Blazers, during which he was a starting guard on the 1977 championship team, there are two things Lionel Hollins would like to take back. His jersey from the the clinching game of the 1977 NBA Finals, and the trade that sent him from Portland to Philadelphia in 1980.

"After we won the championship, I remember walking out of the arena and somebody had my jersey" Hollins said. "The thing is, I never remember even taking it off. But there were so many people in the locker room. It was just chaos."

The quickness and savvy of Hollins were key factors in the Blazers' championship run, but by the start of the 1979 season, Hollins became disgruntled about his contract. By February 1980, the Blazers traded him to Philadelphia for cash and a future draft pick that ended up being Kelvin Ransey. Today, he wishes he would have never left.

"Looking back at it, my Portland years were my best" said Hollins, who is now coaching the resurgent Memphis Grizzlies. "After I got traded, my role changed, and I went to a team that played more one-on-one. We didn't have the cohesiveness of the Portland teams. In Portland, we maximized our abilities every night we went out on the court. I don't think we did that in Philly."

Hollins' speed jump-started Portland's fast break, as he provided a moving target for the outlet pass of Bill Walton or Maurice Lucas. And his quickness in the halfcourt was another moving part to Jack Ramsay's motion offense.

During the Blazers' playoff run to the title, he led the team in scoring three times, including 31 points in a Game 2 win at the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals, and 25 points in a Game 4 win against Philadelphia in the NBA Finals.

"His nickname was 'Train', but he was a bullet train/i>" said Mychal Thompson, who played two seasons with Hollins. "He was a complete player : could pass, defend and score."

On top of it all, Hollins had a penchant for hitting big shots. Especially, it seemed, if it the Blazers were playing Chicago.

In the 1978 season, Hollins twice beat the Bulls in heartbreaking fashion, including playing a key role in what is widely considered the best Blazers comeback ever.
Trailing the Bulls by four points at Memorial Coliseum, Portland scored with 16 seconds left to cut the lead to two and set the stage for Hollins. After a timeout, Chicago inbounded at halfcourt, where Hall of Famer Norm Van Lier inbounded. Hollins stepped in front of his pass and raced down the court for a dunk to tie the game with seven seconds left. After another inbound at halfcourt, Bobby Gross tipped Van Lier's pass to Dave Twardzik, who fed Hollins for a game-winning layin with two seconds left.

"Besides winning the championship, that game versus Chicago when we came back and won, that is my best memory" Hollins said.

One month later, Chicago thought it exacted revenge at old Chicago Stadium. Leading by one in the final seconds, Blazers guard Johnny Davis had his shot blocked from behind, and the Bulls quickly executed a fast break to go up one with four seconds left. That's when Hollins took an inbounds pass from Corky Calhoun at halfcourt, dribbled three times and took an off-balance shot over the defense of Van Lier. From 30-feet away, it banked in at the buzzer.

"There were 22,000 people in there, and they were so loud in the timeout that we couldn't hear the play from Jack Ramsay. He had to write the play on the floor in chalk" Hollins said. "But when I hit that shot off the glass to win it ... it just went silent." (Jason Quick, oregonlive.com)

- NBA champion 1977
- All-Star 1978
- All-Defensive 1st team 1978
- All-Defensive 2nd team 1979
- All-Rookie 1st team 1976
- #14 Retired by the Portland Trail Blazers


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BOB GROSS (1976-1982)

Position : Forward-Guard ▪ Height : 6-6 ▪ Weight : 200 lbs.
Born : August 3, 1953 in San Pedro, California
High School : Fermin Lausen in San Pedro, California
College : California State University, Long Beach
Draft : Portland Trail Blazers, 2nd round (7th pick, 25th overall), 1975 NBA Draft
NBA Debut : October 28, 1975



Bobby Gross became entrenched in Trail Blazers lore for his play during the 1977 playoff run to the NBA title. "He was the grease, the guy who made it all work," Bill Walton said. "Maurice (Lucas) was the key, and our other players were good, but Bobby ... without him we wouldn't have won it."
A small forward who was in constant motion, Gross saved his best for the NBA Finals, leading the Blazers in scoring for the final two victories in Game 5 and Game 6. In Game 5, he scored 25 points on 10-of-13 shooting to go along with five assists and three steals. In the clinching Game 6, Gross had 24 points, making 12-of-16 shots.
It capped an impressive playoff run for Gross, who went against noted backcourt players Scott May of Chicago, David Thompson of Denver, Cazzie Russell of the Lakers and Julius Erving of the 76ers. Gross held all the players, except Erving, below their season averages while increasing his scoring from 11.4 in the regular season to 14.1 in the playoffs. He also averaged 5.9 rebounds and 4.2 assists in the postseason.

"Look at the record books, they don't lie," Walton said. "He went head-to-head with some greats and outplayed them all."

Gross was known for his activity on the court, be it on the fast-break, back-door cuts or using screens to run his defender ragged around the court. Walton said one reason Gross ran so much was because coach Jack Ramsay never stopped yelling at him.

"Ramsay was a big board guy – he loved writing things on the board before each game," Walton said. "The board would change every game, except for one thing : Across the top it said RUN, RUN, RUN and he would come in and say 'I want relentless, tenacious running until the other team quits!' Then he would turn around, look at Bobby and say, 'That means YOU!' "

Gross' running was essential to creating proper space to make Ramsay's motion offense work.

"Other players like Pete Marovich, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird created space with the ball," Walton said. "But Bobby Gross created space without the ball, by running. To do it without the ball is absolutely incredible."

Troubled by aching knees, Gross left the Blazers in 1982 and played 27 games with San Diego before retiring at age 30. He lives in Portland and works for Lorentz Bruun Construction Co. in its restoration division. He did not return phone messages for this story. (Jason Quick, oregonlive.com)

- NBA champion 1977
- All-Defensive 2nd team 1978
- #30 Retired by the Portland Trail Blazers




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BILL WALTON (1975-1978)

Position : Center ▪ Height : 6-11 ▪ Weight : 210 lbs.
Born : November 5, 1952 in La Mesa, California
High School : Helix in La Mesa, California
College : University of California, Los Angeles
Draft : Portland Trail Blazers, 1st round (1st pick, 1st overall), 1974 NBA Draft
NBA Debut : October 18, 1974



On leaving college, Walton was drafted by the San Diego Conquistadors of the American Basketball Association and also taken as the number one overall by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 1974 NBA Draft and was hailed as the savior of the Portland franchise. He signed with the Trail Blazers but his first two seasons were marred by injury (at different times he broke his nose, foot, wrist and leg) and the Blazers missed the playoffs both years. It was not until the 1976–77 season that he was healthy enough to play 65 games and, spurred by new head coach Jack Ramsay, the Trail Blazers became the Cinderella team of the NBA. Walton led the NBA in both rebounds per game and blocked shots per game that season, and he was selected to the NBA All-Star Game, but did not participate due to an injury. Walton was named to the NBA's First All-Defensive Team and the All-NBA Second Team for his regular season accomplishments. In the postseason, Walton led Portland to a sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers in the conference finals (arguably holding his own against Kareem Abdul-Jabbar during the series) and went on to help the Trail Blazers to the NBA title over the favored Philadelphia 76ers despite losing the first two games of the series. Walton was named the Finals MVP.
The following year, the Blazers won 50 of their first 60 games before Walton suffered a broken foot in what turned out to be the first in a string of foot and ankle injuries that cut short his career. He nonetheless won the league MVP that season (1978) and the Sporting News NBA MVP, as well. He played in his only All-Star Game in 1978 and was named to both the NBA's First All-Defensive Team and the All-NBA First Team. Walton returned to action for the playoffs, but was reinjured in the second game of a series against the Seattle SuperSonics. Without Walton to lead them, Portland lost the series to Seattle in six games. As it turned out, Walton would never play for the Trail Blazers again. During the offseason, Walton demanded to be traded, citing unethical and incompetent treatment of his and other players' injuries by the Blazers' front office. He did not get his wish and sat out the 1978–79 season in protest, signing with the San Diego Clippers when he became a free agent in 1979. (Wikipedia)

- NBA champion 1977
- MVP 1978
- All-NBA 1st team 1978
- All-NBA 2nd team 1977
- All-Defensive 1st team 1977 & 1978
- All-Star 1977 & 1978
- Hall of Fame : Inducted as Player in 1993
- NBA 50th Anniversary Team (1997)
- #32 Retired by the Portland Trail Blazers




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LARRY STEELE (1972-1980)

Position : Guard-Forward ▪ Height : 6-5 ▪ Weight : 180 lbs.
Born : May 5, 1949 in Greencastle, Indiana
High School : Bainbridge in Bainbridge, Indiana
College : University of Kentucky
Draft : Portland Trail Blazers, 3rd round (2nd pick, 37th overall), 1971 NBA Draft
NBA Debut : October 15, 1971



He was drafted by the Trail Blazers in 1971, with the 2nd pick in the 3rd round (37th overall) and by the Kentucky Colonels in the 1971 American Basketball Association draft. In 1974 he was drafted again by the Kentucky Colonels in the 5th round of the ABA draft of NBA players. Retrieved 11-20-10 He joined the Trail Blazers at the start of the Blazers’ second season and became a roster mainstay for nine years before injuries forced him into retirement at the end of the 1979-80 season. His 610 games in a Portland uniform ranks sixth on the club’s all-time list. Retrieved 11-18-10
Steele played his entire NBA career for the team (retiring from basketball at the end of the 1979-80 season). Steele led the NBA in steals in the 1973-74 NBA season — the first year steals were recorded by the league with 2.68 swipes per game. He played 20.7 MPG on the 1977 championship team (starting in only nine games) but averaging 10.1 points per game. During his nine-year NBA career, all with the Trail Blazers, he averaged 8.2 points, 2.9 assists, 1.39 steals and 24.2 minutes while starting 337 games. He was selected as a member of the 1992 Silver Anniversary Team; and his jersey number (15) was retired by the team on October 11, 1981. (Wikipedia)

- NBA champion 1977
- #15 Retired by the Portland Trail Blazers


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SIDNEY WICKS (1972-1976)

Position : Forward-Center ▪ Height : 6-8 ▪ Weight : 225 lbs.
Born : September 19, 1949 in Los Angeles, California
High School : Hamilton in Los Angeles, California
College : University of California, Los Angeles
Draft : Portland Trail Blazers, 1st round (2nd pick, 2nd overall), 1971 NBA Draft
NBA Debut : October 15, 1971

Coming out of UCLA in 1971, Sidney Wicks was taken with the second overall pick and he lived up to that great lineage of John Wooden-coached players. Immediately making his impact felt, Wicks was named not only Rookie of the Year in 1972 but an All-Star as well during his rookie campaign. One of the first true all-around players for the Trail Blazers, Wicks was a candidate to rack up a triple-double on any given night. Throughout his career, he led the Blazers in scoring and rebounding three out of five seasons (’72, ’75, ’76), assists twice (’73, ’74) and free throw attempts and makes every season in Rip City.

Standing 6-9, Sidney was an undersized power forward but he used his great strength, length and basketball IQ to have his way with the defense in the paint, which is where he did most of his damage. To this day, he holds the single-game record for rebounds with 27 and his six 20 point-20 rebound games trail only Bill Walton for most in franchise history. Wicks may have played 35+ years ago but his accomplishments still rank among the best in Trail Blazers history as he is fifth all-time in rebounds (4,086), free throws made (1,878), ninth in points (8,882), field goals made(3,502) and tenth in assists (1,647). (blazers.com)

- All-Rookie 1st team 1972
- All-Star 1972, 1973, 1974 & 1975




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GEOFF PETRIE (1971-1976)

Position : Guard ▪ Height : 6-4 ▪ Weight : 190 lbs.
Born : April 17, 1948 in Darby, Pennsylvania
High School : Springfield in Springfield, Pennsylvania
College : Princeton University
Draft : Portland Trail Blazers, 1st round (8th pick, 8th overall), 1970 NBA Draft
NBA Debut : October 16, 1970

At 6'4" he could play either guard or forward positions and was a long range shooter in an era devoid of the three-point line. He played in two All-Star games and in 1971, the Blazers' first year in existence, was named co-Rookie of the Year with the Boston Celtics' Dave Cowens after averaging 24.8 points per game. Until Damon Stoudamire's 54 point performance in 2005, Petrie held the Blazers' individual scoring record for one game at 51 — a feat he accomplished twice. His jersey number, 45, was retired by the Blazers. Following the 1975-76 NBA season he was traded to the Atlanta Hawks in a transaction that landed Portland Maurice Lucas. Petrie did not play any games for the Hawks after suffering a career-ending knee injury. (Wikipedia)

- Rookie of the year 1971
- All-Rookie 1st team 1971
- All-Star 1971 & 1974
- #45 Retired by the Portland Trail Blazers
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Trail Blazers Top 40 countdown : Portland's greatest players (oregonlive.com - octobre 2009)

As the Blazers prepared to start their 40th season, The Oregonian asked the question: Who were the best Blazers ever?

In conjunction with the Blazers' season-long celebration of their heritage, we picked the Top 40 players in franchise history. Some selections were easy. Some had been forgotten. And some were hotly debated. But in the end, the names that helped shape this franchise found their way onto the list.

To help with the list, The Oregonian tapped Bill Schonely, the team's radio voice from 1970-1998 and a team ambassador for the past six seasons; Chuck Charnquist, the team's historian and archivist; Wayne Thompson, The Oregonian beat writer for the first three seasons who has been associated with every Blazers season either as a writer or statistician for the team; Ken Wheeler, who covered the championship season and the early 1980s for the Oregon Journal, as well as current Oregonian beat writers Jason Quick and Joe Freeman.

The criteria were vague, although the aim was to pick the 40 best players in team history, not the 40 most popular. Statistics and awards were weighed heavily, as were roles played on winning teams. Bad character was not held against players, but good character was taken into account. Also, players were judged only on their time in a Blazers uniform.
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The history of the Portland Trail Blazers (blazersedge.com - juillet 2011)

- The early era
- The championship era Part 1
- The championship era Part 2
- The championship era Part 3
- The post-championship era
- The transition era
- The Drexler era part 1
- The Drexler era part 2
- The Drexler era part 3
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Champions NBA en 1977, dès leur première participation en PO, 7 ans après la création de la Franchise en 1970, les Blazers n'ont jusqu'à présent jamais réussi à remporter un deuxième titre, malgré des équipes souvent compétitives.

Entre 1983 et 2003, les Blazers se sont ainsi qualifiés 21 fois d'affilée pour les PO, n'atteignant la finale NBA qu'à 2 reprises, en 1990 et 1992.

Dernière Franchise du Nord-Ouest des Etats-Unis, depuis le déménagement des Sonics (Thunder) à OKC, les Blazers sont également les seuls à ne pas avoir gagné une série de PO au cours des 10 dernières années.

A Rip City, rien n'est jamais simple, rien n'est jamais acquis. Le parcours de la Franchise est d'ailleurs l'exact opposé de celui des Lakers, le rival historique. Si LAL est la Franchise des pivots dominants, Les Blazers sont incontestablements celles des pivots maudits (Walton, Bowie, Sabonis, Oden)...

Depuis 1970, les fans de Portland ont régulièrement envahi le Memorial Coliseum, puis le Rose Garden, pour apprécier un basket de qualité et assister à de grandes séries de PO. Même si les Blazers ne sont pratiquement jamais vainqueurs à la fin, l'histoire de cette franchise reste véritablement passionnante. Nous allons essayer de vous en faire découvrir les plus grands moments.
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