2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
42-27, 2nd in Northwest
Lillard drops 34 as Blazers fall to Spurs (1:14)
McCollum goes down with leg injury (0:55)
Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports
2dMichael Wright

Blazers' McCollum to undergo MRI on left knee

CJ McCollum exited Portland's game against San Antonio on Saturday night with what the Blazers called a left leg injury. He will undergo an MRI on his left knee Sunday.

Harkless hammers down off-balanced dunk (0:36)
Nurkic throws down quick flush (0:21)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

LaMarcus Aldridge said he already texted Damian Lillard to congratulate him on moving past him into No. 2 on the Blazers' all-time scoring list: “Bittersweet. But great guy. He's worked hard and he's earned it. So I'm happy for him. I'm competitive, so it hurts. But I'm happy for him. He's averaging what, 27 over the last I don't know how many years. I think my highest [scoring average] there was 23. So that's a big difference. But he's a natural scorer, so I'm not surprised at all.”

Lillard holds off Randle's career game for Blazers win (1:36)
Lillard moves into 2nd all time on Blazers scoring list (0:18)
Randle goes coast-to-coast for the slam (0:29)
Randle balls out for 21 points in first quarter (1:06)
Lowe likes 'patience of Damian Lillard' in the NBA this week (2:06)
McCollum's 35 points propels Blazers past Clippers (1:09)
McCollum and Lillard's hot shooting lead Blazers past Suns (1:15)
Harkless glides down the lane and flushes dunk (0:18)
Nurkic rolls and slams home dunk (0:16)
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10d

NBA: Refs missed PG's elbow to head of Nurkic

Monty McCutchen, the NBA's VP of officiating, indicated in an appearance on ESPN's The Jump that officials missed a key call at the end of regulation of the Thunder's OT win over the Blazers on Thursday night.

E:60 Trailer: Enemy of the State (0:50)

This Just In  

Rasheed Wallace has been hired as the boy's basketball coach at Jordan High School in Durham, North Carolina

SportsCenter: Russ lifts Thunder over Blazers in OT

Scott Van Pelt breaks down the night in the NBA and College Basketball, plus he discusses a big win for the Boston Bruins.

Team Stats

Points Per Game114.08th
Rebounds Per Game47.93rd
Assists Per Game22.825th
Points Allowed110.414th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-194227.609
2017-184933.598
2016-174141.500
2015-164438.537
2014-155131.622