Portland Trail Blazers vs. Brooklyn Nets: Live Updates




PG Damian Lillard

SG CJ McCollum

SF Carmelo Anthony

PF Zach Collins

C Jusuf Nurkic


PG Caris LeVert

SG Joe Harris

Temple SF Garrett

PF Rodions Kurucs

C Jarrett Allen

Updated: This post was updated after Phoenix closed their 128-102 win over Dallas and Memphis wrapped up their 119-106 win over Milwaukee.

The Portland Trail Blazers’ season will end Thursday night if they fail to beat the Brooklyn Nets.

Memphis’ ninth-place victory over Milwaukee earlier Thursday and Phoenix’s pounding of Dallas in 10th place means Portland would drop to 10th place and no longer compete with a loss.

A win for the Blazers would leave them at No.8 and they would play No.9 Memphis in the play-in round. If Portland lost, the Grizzlies would drop to 8th and Phoenix to 9th.

Be sure to come back all day for updates before, during and after the Blazers game, which starts at 6 p.m.


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What: Portland Trail Blazers (34-39) vs. Brooklyn Nets (35-36), 6 p.m. PT Thursday.

Or: The Field House, Orlando, Floride

TV channel: NBC Sports Northwest (à Portland: Comcast 37/737), TNT (54/754)

Radio: Radio Rip City (KPOJ 620 AM)

How to watch the live stream online: You can watch this match live with your cable provider’s login details on NBC Sports Live, or you can watch the match live for FREE with FuboTV (free trial). You can also get this game on Hulu + Live (free trial), if you prefer those platforms and their pricing plans. There are a variety of other streaming options you can try: www.nba.com/blazers/watch.


Blazers: Nassir Little (dehydration) is out. Forwards Trevor Ariza and Caleb Swanigan have pulled out of the NBA bubble.

Nets: Chris Chiozza (right abductor tightness) and Donta Hall (right ankle sprain) are questionable. Jamal Crawford (hamstring) came out.

– Aaron Fentress | [email protected] | @AaronJFentress (Twitter), @AaronJFentress (Instagram), @AaronFentress (Facebook).

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