Portland Trail Blazers Odds
Yes, it’s an almost six-hour drive from Vancouver to Portland. No, Damian Lillard hasn’t won an NBA Championship just yet. However, the love for the Blazers is strong North of the border.
Where can you find the best Blazers odds at Canadian online sportsbooks? See below for tonight’s game lines and more Blazers betting insights.
Tonight’s Blazers game odds
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Next Up: Utah Jazz
- Opponent Record: 48-33
- Scoring Rank: 7 (113.6 PPG)
- Location: Moda Center
- Date: Sunday, April 10, 2022
Betting Insights For The Jazz Game
- The Trail Blazers put up just 1.3 fewer points per game (106.6) than the Jazz give up to opponents (107.9).
- Portland is 21-17-1 against the spread and 21-18 overall when it scores more than 107.9 points.
- The Jazz average 46.2 rebounds a contest, 3.2 more rebounds per game than the Trail Blazers' average.
- When Utah earns the rebounding advantage they are 26-27-2 against the spread. When recording fewer boards, Portland is 8-32-0.
Portland Last 10 Games
|Overall Record||ATS Record||O/U/P||AVG Total||AVG Pts Scored||AVG Pts Allowed|
Betting Lines And Odds For Trail Blazers Vs. Jazz
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Trail Blazers Betting Trends
- Portland has played 81 games, with 30 wins against the spread.
- The Trail Blazers have yet to cover the spread this season when underdogs by 18.5 points or more.
- Portland's games this season have hit the over on 37 of 81 set point totals (45.7%).
Recent Meetings With The Jazz
|Date||Home Team||Away Team||Result|
|3/9/2022||Jazz||Trail Blazers||123-85, UTA|
|12/29/2021||Trail Blazers||Jazz||120-105, UTA|
|11/29/2021||Jazz||Trail Blazers||129-107, UTA|
|5/12/2021||Jazz||Trail Blazers||105-98, POR|
|4/8/2021||Jazz||Trail Blazers||122-103, UTA|
Trail Blazers Player Insights
- The Trail Blazers receive 15.1 points, 11.1 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game from Jusuf Nurkic.
- Josh Hart gets the Trail Blazers 14.9 points, 7.2 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game. He also posts 1.1 steals and 0.2 blocked shots.
- Anfernee Simons gives the Trail Blazers 17.3 points, 2.6 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game. He also puts up 0.5 steals and 0.1 blocked shots.
- The Trail Blazers receive 9.9 points, 3.4 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game from Eric Bledsoe.
- Damian Lillard is putting up 24.0 points, 4.1 rebounds and 7.3 assists per game, making 40.2% of his shots from the field and 32.4% from 3-point range, with 3.2 treys per contest.
Injuries For Utah Vs Portland
Jazz: Bojan Bogdanovic: Out (Rest), Udoka Azubuike: Out (Ankle), Trent Forrest: Out (Concussion)
Trail Blazers: Damian Lillard: Out (Abdominal), Jusuf Nurkic: Out (Foot), Joe Ingles: Out (ACL), Eric Bledsoe: Out (Achilles), Justise Winslow: Out (Calf), Kris Dunn: Out (Ankle), Josh Hart: Out (Knee), Anfernee Simons: Out (Quad), Drew Eubanks: Out (Wrist), Nassir Little: Out (Shoulder), Trendon Watford: Out (Knee)
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Blazers live betting odds
You can take your Blazers basketball betting to another level with live betting. It goes way beyond all the standard pregame basketball lines and futures bets with live NBA odds at online sportsbooks in Canada during Portland Trail Blazers games.
Live odds change as fast as the action on the court, so any of the best sports betting apps are required tools to get your bets down fast enough. Top books to choose from include the BetMGM Sportsbook app and Caesars Sportsbook app in Canada.
Download an app and get in on all the Portland Trail Blazers live betting action from in-game lines to live props right from your phone.
Trail Blazers props & futures
Prop bets are about games within each game, often surround player and team statistics, and may include bets like:
- Damian Lillard to score more or less than 29.5 points
- Jusuf Nurkić to grab more or less than 10.5 rebounds
- Anfernee Simons to collect more than 43.5 points, rebounds, and assists
- Damian Lillard to score more than 30.5 points in a Blazers win
Futures are seasonal bets that might include:
- Portland’s odds to win the NBA finals, the Northwest Division, the Western Conference (playoffs), or simply making the playoffs
- Odds on Portland to win more or less than a certain number of regular-season games
- Team season Scoring/Rebounding/Assist leaders
- Player season Scoring/Rebounding/Assist numbers
Online futures wagering on basketball may also include bets on the winners of high-profile NBA awards like:
- NBA Most Valuable Player odds
- Defensive Player of the Year
- Rookie of the Year
- Most Improved Player; and
- Sixth Man of the Year
You book all futures bets at the currently posted odds. These sports betting odds are available all year long and change alongside a team or player’s chances. However, you lock in the odds for your bet as they are at the time you place it.
Blazers Vegas odds vs. Canadian sportsbooks
A typical Blazers game line will open up the same at online sportsbooks in Canada as it does at your favourite Las Vegas resort. However, this line might change by tip-off, and possibly only at one or the other. No matter where they are, sportsbooks set or copy lines with the goal of drawing an equal amount of bets to both sides. Profits are earned off the vig baked into these odds, not on whether one side or the other wins.
When significantly more money is bet on one side or the other, the sportsbook will adjust the line to try to even out the betting again. Only the sportsbook with the significant betting differential will make that change.
Others keep the lines the same, which is why a line might change in Vegas but not in Canada. Plus, since the Blazers enjoy a lot of interest North of the border, betting is more likely to force game line movement at Canadian online sportsbooks than somewhere else like Vegas. Of course, that’s even more true for the Blazers lines in Oregon.
Portland Trail Blazers home games
- Name: Moda Center (Formerly the Rose Garden 1995–2013)
- Address: 1 North Center Court Street
- Location: Portland, Oregon
- Owner: Vulcan Inc.
- Operator: Rip City Management
- Basketball Capacity: 19,393
- Groundbreaking: July 12, 1993
- Opening date: Oct. 12, 1995
- Construction cost: $262 million
- Other tenants: Portland Winterhawks (WHL) (1995–2021), Portland Forest Dragons (AFL) (1997–1999), Portland Pythons (WISL) (1998–1999), Portland Fire (WNBA) (2000–2002), Portland LumberJax (NLL) (2006–2009), Portland Thunder/Steel (AFL) (2014–2016), OSAA Men’s State Basketball Tournament (2010–2014)
- Previous home: Memorial Coliseum (1970–1995)
Blazers play-by-play & radio
Portland Trail Blazers games air on NBC Sports Northwest and the flagship radio station in the network that airs game broadcasts is Rip City Radio 620 AM. The Trail Blazers’ Broadcast Team includes:
- Kevin Calabro: TV Play-by-Play
- Lamar Hurd: TV Analyst
- Michael Holton: TV Studio Analyst
- Brooke Olzendam: Courtside Reporter
- Travis Demers: Radio Play-by-Play
- Orlando Williams: In-Studio Analyst
- Jamie Hudson: TV Host
- Jay Allen: Host & Reporter
- Craig Birnbach: TV Host
- Neil Everett: TV Host
- Bill Schonely: Founding Broadcaster/Ambassador
Blazers draft picks
The Trail Blazers had no draft picks in the 2021 NBA Draft. Here’s a look at significant picks the team has taken since they drafted Damian Lillard sixth overall in 2012:
- 2020 16th overall Isaiah Stewart (traded to Houston Rockets and Detroit Pistons in November 2020)
- 2019 25th overall Nassir Little
- 2018 24th overall Anfernee Simons
- 2015 23rd overall Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (traded at draft)
- 2013 10th overall CJ McCollum
- 2012 11th overall Meyers Leonard (Traded to Miami Heat in 2019)
Blazers franchise scoring leaders
Here are the Blazers’ all-time leaders in a few key stat categories:
- Games: Clyde Drexler 867
- Points Per Game: Damian Lillard 24.6
- Rebounds Per Game: Bill Walton 13.5
- Assists Per Game: Rod Strickland 8.2
- Steals Per Game: Clyde Drexler 2.1
- Blocks Per Game: Theo Ratliff 2.6
- Triple-Doubles: Clyde Drexler 18
Blazers coaching staff
- Head Coach: Chauncey Billups (15th head coach in Trail Blazers history, five-time All-Star player, 2004 NBA Finals MVP)
- Assistant Coach: Scott Brooks
- Assistant Coach: Roy Rogers
- Assistant Coach: Steve Hetzel
- Assistant Coach: Edniesha Curry
- Assistant Coach: Matt Brase
- Assistant Coach: Rodney Billups
Past Blazers coaches
The Blazers won an NBA Championship during Jack Ramsay’s tenure as head coach, from 1976 to 1986. His overall record was 453-367 with the team and Ramsay is considered one of the top 10 coaches in NBA history.
Other Blazer coaching greats include Rick Adelman, who coached from 1988 to 1994, amassed a 291-154 record and led the team to two NBA Finals (1990, 1992), and Mike Dunleavy, who coached from 1997 to 2001, amassed a 190-106 record and won 1998–99 NBA Coach of the Year.
More recently, Nate McMillan coached from 2005 to 2012, going 266-269 and Terry Stotts from 2012 to 2021, going 402-318.
What is the Blazers logo & mascot?
The Portland Trail Blazers’ official mascot has been Blaze, the Trail Cat, since 2002. The team’s Pinwheel-style logo is a graphic interpretation of two basketball teams facing each other and has been used in one form or another since the 1970s.
Who owns the Blazers?
The Paul G. Allen Trust, with Jody Allen as chairwoman, owns the Portland Trail Blazers. The trust took over upon Paul Allen’s death in 2018. A Microsoft co-founder, Allen bought the Portland Trail Blazers in 1988 from real estate developer Larry Weinberg for just $70 million.
How much are Blazers tickets?
The Average Ticket Price at Moda Center for a Blazers game is $54. Season tickets range from $19 to $263 per game. Courtside seats range from $450 to $5,000 each.
Where to watch or stream Blazers games online
Get an NBA League Pass subscription to watch live games and replays over the internet. You can also stream certain regular-season and playoff games with the ESPN and Watch TNT mobile apps. Use either as a companion to the live Blazers betting odds available at Canadian online sportsbooks during games.
Trail Blazers franchise by the numbers
- Franchise Value: $2.05 billion
- Owners: The Paul G. Allen Trust (Jody Allen Chairwoman)
- Paid: $70 million in 1988
- Numbers Retired: The Blazers have retired 12 numbers:
- 1 Larry Weinberg (Owner)
- 13 Dave Twardzik
- 14 Lionel Hollins
- 15 Larry Steele
- 20 Maurice Lucas
- 22 Clyde Drexler
- 30 Bob Gross
- 30 Terry Porter
- 32 Bill Walton
- 36 Lloyd Neal
- 45 Geoff Petrie
- 77 Jack Ramsay (Head Coach)
- NBA Championships: 1 (1977)
- NBA Finals: 3 (1977, 1990, 1992)
- Best Blazers Season: 1991 (63-19) .768 winning percentage
- Most Points in a Single Game: Damian Lillard, 61 points, twice on Jan. 20, 2020, and Aug. 11, 2020
- Biggest win by score: The Blazers beat the Cleveland Cavaliers by 50 on Nov. 21, 1982.
- Franchise’s biggest win: The Portland Trail Blazers went down 0-2 to the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1977 NBA Finals, then won four straight to win the title in six games.