14 games coming to Blazers Gold Pass – Why these 14?
Lakers on Dec. 23rd
The good ole’ rivalry between the Blazers and Lakers is alive and well with Lonzo Ball and co.
Hawks on Jan. 05
Blazers looking to avenge last year’s 109-104 overtime loss when Dennis Schroder scored 22 points in Portland.
Rockets on Jan. 10
For all those people out there who said “There’s no way James Harden and Chris Paul can play together” -- Look at them now. The Blazers will look to knock down one of the hottest teams in the league.
Timberwolves on Jan. 24
REMATCH. Minnesota beat Portland by ONE POINT IN THE FINAL SECONDS on Monday, Dec. 18th… We’ll say it again- REMATCH.
Mavs on Jan. 26
It’s always good to see the Iron Man, Wesley Matthews, and it could be one of your last shots to see Dirk Nowitzki before he retires.
Bulls on Jan. 31
Get ready to ring in the New Year with the Blazers facing a young team in the Bulls with rising star Lauri Markkanen.
Raptors on Feb. 02
It’s the backcourt battle: Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum against DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry. And btw, Portland is the REAL NORTH.
Jazz on Feb. 23
Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell is turning heads and Damian Lillard has already made it clear he knows Mitchell will have a bright future in the league.
Lakers on Mar. 05
Who doesn’t want to tweet #BeatLA all game long?
Warriors on Mar. 09
Portland has had some electric playoff games vs. Golden State in the last two seasons and you know that Damian Lillard is hungry to steal a win against the team from his hometown.
Celtics on Mar. 23
Catch a glimpse of the new-look and much-improved Boston Celtics.
Grizzlies on Mar. 28
Rip City vs. Grind City is always a great battle.
Spurs on April 07
It’s always nice for Blazer fans to see Portland have the chance take down former Trail Blazer LaMarcus Aldridge.
Nuggets on April 09
Jusuf Nurkic vs. former team. And, could there be playoff implications on the line?