CLEVELAND – With two games remaining on this current six-game road trip, the Portland Trail Blazers (5-11) have talked about how important it is for them to get a win in Cleveland and then follow that up with a victory in Chicago.
Portland is looking to take advantage of the Cleveland Cavaliers (4-10) currently riding a five-game losing streak.
The Trail Blazers have listed Damian Lillard (back spasms) as probable and Hassan Whiteside (right hip tendinosis) as questionable for Saturday's game at Cleveland. However, Whiteside tells me he will not play tonight against Cleveland and is aiming for return against the Bulls.
You can watch all the action of the Blazers and Cavs on NBC Sports Northwest, the Official Network of the Portland Trail Blazers and you can stream the game on our website or by downloading the MyTeams app!
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Don't miss any of the coverage of tonight's game:
2:30pm Blazers Game Day with Chad Doing
4:00pm Blazers Warm-Up
4:30pm Trail Blazers Pregame Show
5:00pm Trail Blazers vs. Cavs
After the game catch Blazers Outsiders with hosts Joe Simons and Dan Marang!
“I was really proud of the way we competed. The way we came back after we got down early was really impressive. We made some mistakes at the end, but overall, I like the way we played.” – Blazers head coach Terry Stotts after Thursday night’s loss to the Bucks