The Portland Trail Blazers will open their 2013-14 home schedule against the defending Western Conference champion San Antonio Spurs on Saturday, Nov. 2 at the Rose Garden. Portland will tip-off its 44th NBA season on the road vs. Phoenix on Wednesday, Oct. 30, it was announced today by the NBA.Continue Reading
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Portland dropped the first of its six consecutive road games, 99-83, as San Antonio's bench outscored the Trail Blazers reserves 39-17; Marcus Camby left the game in the second quarter and is 'day-to-day' with an ankle sprain.
The Portland Trail Blazers look to blemish the perfect home record of the Southwest division-leading San Antonio Spurs, who are getting a lift from rookie Kawhi Leonard after losing Manu Ginobli to a wrist injury.