It’s time to go back to 1992.
It was May 28th when the Portland Trail Blazers and Utah Jazz met in what ended up being a decisive Game 6.
The Trail Blazers had a total of seven players score in double figures.
This 1992 Western Conference matchup was the third playoff meeting between the Blazers and Jazz, with each team winning one series apiece.
This was the Jazz first Western Conference Finals appearance in franchise history, while Portland won their second Western Conference title in the past three years behind superstar Clyde Drexler.
In Game 6, Terry Porter, shot just 1-for-6 from three-point range. However, in Portland’s series-clinching 105-97 win over Utah, that one three-pointer helped him set an NBA Playoff record (for a six-game series), after connecting on 18 three-pointers (in 34 attempts) for the series.
Be sure to check out this week’s Talkin’ Blazers Podcast former Portland Trail Blazer Travis Outlaw joins Channing Frye and Dan Sheldon:
Catch the re-air of the Game 6 battle between Portland and Utah at 6:00pm tonight on NBC Sportsnet Northwest.
Starters for Game 6 Blazers vs. Jazz
HOW TO WATCH: 1992 Western Conference Finals Game 6
WHEN: Wednesday, April 15 at 6:00pm
Channel: NBC Sports Northwest, Channel 737 (Portland), 617 (Seattle)
Stream the game here.
Or stream the game on your phone with the 'MyTeams' App -- available in the App Store for iPhones and on Google play.