Trail Blazers vs Thunder Sunday, 03/24/13 AT 04:00PM

  1. Postgame Notes: Out Of Gas In OKC

    Written by ripcitysarah on Mar 24, 2013

    Head Coach Terry Sotts, Wesley Matthews and Eric Maynor after Portland's battle with OKC through three quarters and a spill Continue Reading

  2. Turnovers And Rough Shooting Derail Trail Blazers in Oklahoma City

    Written by erikgundersen on Mar 24, 2013

    Nicolas Batum was active from the outset for the Trail Blazers (32-37) but his 13 points, eight rebounds and eight assists Continue Reading

  3. Trail Blazers Close Trip Against Explosive Thunder

    Written by erikgundersen on Mar 24, 2013

    On Sunday afternoon, the Trail Blazers (33-36) will look to end their five-game road trip in improbable fashion when they Continue Reading

  4. Trail Blazers Mobile App Now Available On Android

    Written by trailblazers on Mar 19, 2013

    The Trail Blazers official mobile app, "Trail Blazers Mobile", is now available for Android users. The Android app, like Continue Reading

  5. LaMarcus Aldridge Named NBA Western Conference Player Of The Week

    Written by trailblazers on Mar 18, 2013

    Portland Trail Blazers forward/center LaMarcus Aldridge was named the NBA's Western Conference Player of the Week, it was Continue Reading

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Trail Blazers @ Thunder Game Thread

The Thunder are already an elite team and they'll be playing at home where they sport an impressive 30-5 record. So if you're Portland, you can't make life any easier on OKC and put them at the line. Oklahoma City gets to the free-throw line more than any team in the entire NBA, as they attempt 27.5 free-throws per game. And it all starts with Kevin Durant and Russell Westrbook who each rank in the Top 7 in the league in foul shot attempts. Not only does OKC get to the line frequently, but they convert 82.7% of the time -- tops in the league. Just how important is it for Portland to keep Oklahoma City off the charity stripe? In their 106-92 loss to the Thunder back on November 2nd, the Trail Blazers allowed 32 attempts, but when OKC made the trek to the Pacific Northwest, Portland played tougher, smarter defense and only surrendered 22 freebies. While the Blazers still lost that contest, 87-83, they had their chances to knock off their division rivals in the final minutes.

So Rip City, what are your keys to victory? Continue>>>

My Starting 5

Actual score:

Average predicted score:

Player Pts Ast RB
#12   LaMarcus Aldridge 10 0 12
#88   Nicolas Batum 13 8 8
#8   Luke Babbitt 0 0 0
#2   Wesley Matthews 8 0 1
#4   Nolan Smith 0 0 1
#21   J.J. Hickson 12 2 7
#0   Damian Lillard 19 6 4
#11   Meyers Leonard 9 2 1
#5   Will Barton 2 0 0
#19   Joel Freeland 0 0 0
#1   Jared Jeffries 0 0 0
#6   Eric Maynor 10 4 0
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