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How to stream Blazers vs. Hornets

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How to stream Blazers vs. Hornets

If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.

There are two games remaining on the Portland Trail Blazers (15-13) five-game road trip and on Saturday night the Blazers face the Charlotte Hornets (10-18) in the second night of a back-to-back for both Portland and Charlotte.

On Friday night, the Trail Blazers held off the Orlando Magic and ended up with a 95-88 victory. Jusuf Nurkic returned to the lineup on Friday after missing four straight games with a right ankle sprain.  Nurkic was on a minutes restriction and struggled to get back into the flow of the game right away.  He finished with nine points on 4-of-11 shooting and also pulled down 11 rebounds.

Damian Lillard had a game-high 21 points, while CJ McCollum chipped in with 20 points.  Al-Farouq Aminu scored 15 points for the second straight game.

Aminu is now shooting 58% from three-point range in his last five games.

[NBC Sports Gold “Blazers Pass” 14-game Blazers package for fans without NBC Sports Northwest $34.99 – click to learn more and buy]

As for Charlotte, the Hornets are also going to be playing in the second leg of a back-to-back after hosting the Miami Heat on Friday night.  With Friday’s 104-98 loss to the Heat, the Hornets have now lost five of their last six games.

Outside of Kemba Walker, who is averaging 22.1 points per game, and Dwight Howard, who is averaging 16.4 points, the Hornets have not found a consistent third scoring option.

Former Trail Blazer forward Nicolas Batum returned to action this season in mid November after coming back earlier than expected from an elbow injury that he suffered in early October.  In 14 games played this season, Batum is averaging 10 points per contest.

Charlotte is 8-7 at home this season.

The Blazers are currently not reporting any injuries, while the Hornets, will be without Cody Zeller (left knee surgery) vs. the Blazers. 

Saturday's meeting is the first of two between Portland and Charlotte this season.

You can catch our pregame coverage of the Blazers and Hornets game with Rip City Live at 3:00pm on Saturday as Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams get you set for all of the action.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our live streaming pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 3:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.

 


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Game Details:

Where:  Spectrum Center, Charlotte NC

Tip-off: 4:00pm

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (3:00pm), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 3:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620

How to stream Blazers vs. Magic

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How to stream Blazers vs. Magic

If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.

The Portland Trail Blazers (14-13) will look to make it two straight wins when Portland visits the Orlando Magic (11-18) on Friday.

Portland overcame a 16-point deficit to beat the Heat 102-95 in Miami on Wednesday night which snapped a five-game losing streak for the Trail Blazers.  CJ McCollum led the charge with 28 points and Al-Farouq Aminu added 15 points and 13 rebounds in the win.

Ed Davis finishied with 11 points and five rebounds.  Davis played a season-high 26 minutes. 

Center Jusuf Nurkic (sprained right ankle) missed his third consecutive game and backup center Meyers Leonard (illness) also did not play. 

[NBC Sports Gold “Blazers Pass” 14-game Blazers package for fans without NBC Sports Northwest $34.99 – click to learn more and buy]

After winning six of its first eight game, Orlando’s season is not looking as promising as the start to the season.  The Magic have lost three in a row and 14 of their last 17 overall.

The most recent loss for the Magic came at home on Wednesday night when the Clippers beat Orlando 106-95.

In the loss, Jonathon Simmons had 20 points, eight assists and six rebounds, while  Nikola Vucevic added 14 points, 12 rebounds and four steals.  

As for the injury reports, the Blazers have listed Nurkic (sprained right ankle) as questionable, while the Magic have listed Arron Afflalo (back spasms) and Aaron Gordon (concussion) as questionable.  Plus, Evan Fournier (sprained right ankle), Jonathan Isaac (sprained right ankle) and Terrence Ross (sprained right MCL/non-displaced fracture of right tibial plateau) are all listed as out vs. the Blazers.

Friday’s contest is the last of two meetings between the Trail Blazers and Magic this season.  Portland defeated Orlando 99-94 back on November 15th at the Moda Center.

Looking at the recent history between the Blazers and Magic, Orlando has won five of the last seven meetings against Portland at home in the Amway Center.

You can catch our pregame coverage of the Blazers and Magic contest with Rip City Live at 3:00pm on Wednesday as Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams get you set for all of the action.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our live streaming pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 3:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.

 


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Game Details:

Where:  Amway Center, Orlando FL

Tip-off: 4:00pm

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (3:00pm), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 3:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620

How to stream Blazers vs. Heat

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How to stream Blazers vs. Heat

If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.

The Portland Trail Blazers (13-13) continue its five-game road trip with the second contest on the docket in Miami (13-13) as the Blazers look to snap a five-game losing streak.  

Portland started off its current road test on Monday night against the Golden State Warriors.  The Trail Blazers trailed by as many as 24 points, but Portland made a run at a comeback and ended up outscoring Golden State 29-18 in the fourth quarter behind Damian Lillard’s 11 fourth-quarter points.

The Blazers eventually would fall to the defend champs 111-104 at Oracle Arena.

Lillard scored a game-high 39 points in the loss.

Blazers rookie Zach Collins played a career-high 25 minutes against the Warriors and finsiehd with nine points, seven rebounds and three steals.

[NBC Sports Gold “Blazers Pass” premium-game Blazers streaming package for fans without NBC Sports Northwest – $34.99 – click to learn more and buy]

The Miami Heat just wrapped up a three-game road trip that started with a 117-105 loss to the Spurs and ended with two wins over the Brooklyn Nets and Memphis Grizzlies. The Heat’s most recent win came on Monday night when Miami beat the Grizzlies 107-82.  

Goran Dragic had 19 points, five rebounds and five assists in Monday’s win.

This is the first of two meetings between the Blazers and Heat this season.

Looking at the injury reports, the Blazers have been without Jusuf Nurkic (right ankle) and Moe Harkless (left quad) for the last two games.  Both Nurkic and Harkless are listed as questionable for Wednesday’s contest.  For Miami, Rodney McGruder (left tibia surgery), Okaro White (left foot surgery) and Hassan Whiteside (left knee bone bruise) are all listed as OUT for Wednesday’s game vs. the Blazers.

Portland is now 6-5 on the road this season.

You can catch our pregame coverage of the Blazers and Heat game with Rip City Live at 3:30pm on Wednesday as Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams get you set for all of the action.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our live streaming pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 4:00pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.



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Game Details:

Where:  America Airlines Arena, Miami FL

Tip-off: 4:30pm

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (3:30pm), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 4:00pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620

How to stream Blazers vs. Warriors

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How to stream Blazers vs. Warriors

In addition to our normal game streaming for NBCS Northwest customers via the NBC Sports App, if you don't get NBCS Northwest but live in the Trail Blazer territory you can now sign up for our NBC Sports Gold “Blazers Pass” a 15-game Blazers package for fans without NBC Sports Northwest $34.99 – click to learn more and buy.

The Portland Trail Blazers (13-12) now hit the road for matchup on Monday night against the Golden State Warriors  (21-6).

Portland dropped its fourth straight game on Saturday night, 124-117 at the Moda Center to the Houston Rockets.  The Blazers were without Jusuf Nurkic (right ankle) and Maurice Harkless (left quad) for Saturday’s contest.

In the loss, Damian Lillard finished with 35 points, six assists and four rebounds.  Lillard also made a franchise-record-tying nine three-pointers on the night. CJ McCollum added 28 points and four assists.

Monday’s game marks the start of a five-game raod trip for the Blazers.

[If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.]

As for Golden State, the Warriors defeated the Detroit Pistons 102-98 on Friday night on the road. Kevin Durant finished with a double-double of 36 points and 10 rebounds.  He also dished out seven assists and five blocks. Kevin Thompson had 21 points in Friday’s victory.

The Trail Blazers have listed Maurice Harakless (left quad) as questionable for Monday's contest, while Jusuf Nurkic is out vs. the Warriors.  Draymond Green (right shoulder) is listed as probable, Zaza Pachulia (left shoulder) is doubtful, and Steph Curry (sprained right ankle) is out.

You can catch our pregame coverage of the Blazers and Warriors contest with a special hour-long Rip City Live at 6:00pm on Monday as Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams get you set for all of the action.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our live streaming pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 6:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.

 


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Game Details:

Where:  Oracle Arena, Oakland CA

Tip-off: 7:30pm

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (6:00pm), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 6:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620

How to stream Blazers vs. Wizards

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How to stream Blazers vs. Wizards

If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.

The Portland Trail Blazers (13-10) are looking to snap a two-game losing streak after falling to

The Milwaukee Bucks last Thursday, 103-9,1 followed by a loss on Saturday night to the New Orleans Pelicans with a final score of 123-116.  Portland is hoping to have a bounce back game with the Blazers hosting the Washington Wizards (12-11) on Tuesday night.

In Saturday’s loss, Damian Lillard had 29 points and eight assists.  The big storylines of the game included the continued inconsistent play of the Blazers and the bounce-back performance from Meyers Leonard.  The Blazers center scored 17 points in 16 minutes of work off the bench.

[NBC Sports Gold “Blazers Pass” 15-game Blazers package for fans without NBC Sports Northwest $34.99 – click to learn more and buy]

The Wizards will be playing in the second night of back-to-back game on Tuesday night after facing the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City on Monday.  The Jazz took it to the Wizards with a 116-69 win.  It was a very difficult night shooting for Washington on Monday.  The Wizards finished the game shooting 28.8% from the field and 20% from three-point range. 

With Monday’s loss, the Wizards fall to 6-6 on the road.  

It has been two weeks since John Wall was sidelined to deal with inflammation in his left knee.  Washington has gone 2-3 without their All-Star point guard in the lineup.

The Blazers are not reporting any injuries for Tuesday’s contest. On Monday night the Wizards were without John Wall (sore left knee) and Sheldon Mac (left Achilles surgery) vs. the Jazz.

This is the second meeting between Portland and Washington this season.  It was back on November 25th in Washington D.C. when the Blazers overcame a 17-point deficit in the fourth quarter and ended up beating the Wizards, 108-105 behind Lillard’s 29 points and McCollum scoring the Blazers' final seven points in the win.

You can catch our pregame coverage of the Blazers and Wizards contest with Rip City Live at 6:00pm on Tuesday as Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams get you set for all of the action.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our live streaming pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 6:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.

 


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Game Details:

Where:  Moda Center, Portland OR

Tip-off: 7:00pm

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (6:00pm), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 6:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620

How to stream Blazers vs. Pelicans

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How to stream Blazers vs. Pelicans

If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.

The Portland Trail Blazers (13-9) had its three-game winning streak snapped on Thursday night after the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Blazers, 103-91.  Portland will look to bounce back against the New Orleans Pelicans (11-11) on Saturday night at Moda Center.  

In the loss on Thursday, Jusuf Nurkic led the way for the Blazers with 25 points and 11 rebounds, while Damian Lillard added 18 points.  However, Portland struggled with turnovers all night and ended up turning the ball over 19 times as a team.

Al-Farouq Aminu returned against the Bucks on Thursday after missing the last 13 games with a right ankle sprain. Aminu came off the bench and finished with six points and five rebounds in 22 minutes of action.

[NBC Sports Gold "Blazers Pass" 15-game Blazers package for fans without NBC Sports Northwest $34.99 -- click to learn more and buy]

New Orleans will be playing the second night of back-to-back game when the Pelicans face the Blazers after New Orleans visited the Utah Jazz on Friday night.  The Jazz took a 114-108 win over New Orleans. 

The Pelicans not only lost the game on Friday, but New Orleans also lost Anthony Davis to a groin injury in the 4th quarter. Pelicans head coach Alvin Gentry told the media on Friday night that Davis will have an MRI in Portland on Saturday and then Gentry added it is "very unlikely" that Davis will play vs. the Blazers.

***UPDATE: The Pelicans announced Saturday morning that Davis is OUT for Saturday's game in Portland.

Portland is not reporting any injuries, while the Pelicans will be without Alexis Ajinca (right knee injury) and Solomon Hill (left hamstring tear).

Our Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams will help set the stage for Saturday’s Blazers and Pelicans game with Rip City Live on NBC Sports Northwest starting at 6:00pm.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming live on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 6:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.
 

 


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Game Details:

Where:  Moda Center, Portland OR

Tip-off: 7:00pm

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (6:00pm), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 6:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620

How to stream Blazers vs. Bucks

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How to stream Blazers vs. Bucks

If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.

The Portland Trail Blazers (13-8) are riding a three-game winning streak after beating the New York Knicks 103-91 at Madison Square Garden on Monday.  The Blazers now begin a four-game homestand starting with a rematch against the Milwaukee Bucks (10-9) on Thursday.  

With Portland’s win over the Knicks, the Blazers return to Moda Center with a 4-1 record on its five-game trip.  In Monday’s victory, Damian Lillard scored a team-high 32 points, while Pat Connaughton added 17 points on 7-of-9 shooting as Connaughton got his third straight start at small forward.

Al-Farouq Aminu told the media after Blazers practice on Wednesday that he will return to the Blazers lineup vs. the Bucks.  Aminu has missed the last 13 games with a right ankle injury.

Portland went 9-4 while Aminu was out. 

[NBC Sports Gold "Blazers Pass" 15-game Blazers package for fans without NBC Sports Northwest $34.99 -- click to learn more and buy]

As for Milwaukee, the Bucks are coming off a 112-87 road win over the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night.  In the win, Giannis Antetokounmpo had 32 points, five rebounds and five assists.

Milwaukee has gone 6-3 since acquiring Eric Bledsoe from the Phoenix Suns that sent center Greg Monroe to Phoenix.

In the first meeting between the Blazers and Bucks, Antetokounmpo had a career night finishing with a career-high 44 points, to go along with eight rebounds, four assists, two steals and two blocks.  The Greek Freak also made the go-head bucket after stripping the ball from CJ McCollum with 11.4 seconds to go on the clock.  The Bucks took a 113-110 victory over the Blazers.

Looking at the Bucks injury report, Matthew Dellavedova (left knee tendinitis), Jabari Parker (post-surgery, left knee) and Mirza Teletovic (left knee surgery) will all be out for Thursday’s contest vs. the Blazers. 

The Bucks are now 5-5 on the road this season.

Our Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams will help set the stage for Thursday’s Blazers and Bucks game with Rip City Live on NBC Sports Northwest starting at 6:00pm.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming live on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 6:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.

 


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Game Details:

Where:  Moda Center, Portland OR

Tip-off: 7:00pm

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (6:00pm), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 6:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620

How to stream Blazers at Knicks

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How to stream Blazers at Knicks

If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.

Monday marks the final game of the Trail Blazers (12-8) five-game road trip when Portland makes a stop in New York to face the 10-9 Knicks.   

The Blazers came back from a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Washington Wizards on Saturday, 108-105.  CJ McCollum scored 13 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter.

Damian Lillard led Portland with 29 points, six rebounds and six assists, while Jusuf Nurkic added 17 points, five rebounds, and four assists.  Nurkic also came up with three key fourth-quarter blocks.

On Saturday, Pat Connaughton started for the second consecutive game at small forward in place of Maurice Harkless.

Portland has now won four of its last six games and the Blazers now hold a 5-4 road record this season.

[NBC Sports Gold "Blazers Pass" 15-game Blazers package for fans without NBC Sports Northwest $34.99 -- click to learn more and buy]

The Knicks are coming off back-to-back losses.  New York lost to the Atlanta Hawks, 116-104, on Friday night and then the Knicks lost to the Houston Rockets, 117-102, on Saturday night. 

In the loss to the Rockets, Kristaps Porzingis (lower back tightness) and Enes Kanter (back spasms) did not play.

The Blazers announced on Sunday afternoon that Al-Farouq Aminu (right ankle) will not play vs. the Knicks.

Our Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams will help set the stage for Monday’s Blazers and Knicks game with Rip City Live on NBC Sports Northwest starting at 3:30pm.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming live on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 4:00pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.

 


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Game Details:

Where:  Madison Square Garden, New York City NY

Tip-off: 4:30pm

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (3:30pm), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 4:00pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620

How to stream Blazers at Wizards

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How to stream Blazers at Wizards

If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.

The Portland Trail Blazers (11-8) now get set for the second night of a back-to-back as the Blazers face the Washington Wizards (10-8) on Saturday.

It was a come from behind win for the Blazers over the Brooklyn Nets on Friday afternoon with a final score of 127-125. Jusuf Nurkic looked like the Nurkic of last March.  Nurkic finished with a season-high in points and rebounds with 29 points and 15 boards. He also had four blocks in the win.   Damian Lillard led the way in scoring with 34 points.  CJ McCollum added 26 points.

Blazers head coach Terry Stotts decided to change up the starting lineup on Friday vs. the Nets.  Pat Connaughton got the start at small forward in place of Moe Harkless. 

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The Wizards have not played a game since Wednesday when Washington lost in overtime 129-124 to the Charlotte Hornets.  In the loss, John Wall had a season-high 31 points to go with 11 assists, while Bradley Beal finished with 21 points.

Washington is 7-1 this season when the Wizards hold their opponents to under 100 points.

This is the first of two meetings between the Blazers and Wizards this season. Washington took the season series 2-0 last season. 

Portland is now looking at a 3-4 record on the road after Friday’s victory.

Our Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams will help set the stage for Friday’s Blazers and Wizards showdown with Rip City Live on NBC Sports Northwest starting at 3:00pm.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming live on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 3:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.

 


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Game Details:

Where:  Capitol One Arena, Washington DC

Tip-off: 4:00pm

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (3:00pm), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 3:30pm at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620

How to stream Blazers at Nets

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How to stream Blazers at Nets

If you already get NBCS Northwest on your TV at home, but you are not able to be home during a Trail Blazers game, you can now stream the game live at the NBC Sports App.  You can download the NBC Sports App at www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile.  Or, you can stream the game online at our live stream page, NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream.

The Portland Trail Blazers (10-8) continue its five-game road trip and next up it is the Brooklyn Nets (6-11) on Friday morning.   Friday’s game is the third game on the Blazers current east coast swing.

Portland is coming off a poor shooting night against the 76ers.  Damian Lillard was nearly the only Blazers that Portland could depend on offensively on Wednesday night in Philly.  Lillard scored 30 points in the 101-81 loss to the Sixers. Portland missed its first 13 shots and was unable to climb out of the big hole to start the game.

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The Nets are riding a two-game losing streak after losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers, 119-109 on Wednesday.  Brooklyn had a good night offensively vs. the Cavs.  The Nets shot 52 percent from the field and Brooklyn’s second unit chipped in 49 points in the loss.

It was back on November 10th in Portland when the Nets beat the Blazers 101-97.  In the loss, Jusuf Nurkic had 21 points.

Our Dan Sheldon, Dwight Jaynes, and Orlando Williams will help set the stage for Friday’s Blazers and Nets rematch with Rip City Live on NBC Sports Northwest starting at 8:00am.

And if you can’t get to a TV, you can check out our pregame coverage with The Scoop Pregame Show streaming live on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer at 8:30am at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest.

 


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Game Details:

Where:  Barclays Center, Brooklyn NY

Tip-off: 9:00am

Television: NBCS Northwest

Live NBC Sports Northwest coverage:  Rip City Live (8:00am), Talkin' Ball  (Immediately after the Blazers postgame show)

Live streaming of the game: Watch the game on your phone on the NBC Sports App.  Download the  app at http://www.nbcsports.com/sports-mobile .  Or check out NBCSportsNorthwest.com/BlazersStream online.

Live streaming coverage on Facebook: The Scoop Pregame Show streams at 8:30am at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. The Scoop Postgame Show will stream immediately after the game at Facebook.com/NBCSNorthwest. 

Radio: Rip City Radio 620