The “Portland Trail Blazers” is team situated in Portland, Oregon. The team is part of the Northwest Division, which plays in the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Blazers usually had their home games played at the Memorial Coliseum before they decided to move in Moda by the year 1995.
The team’s potential was noticed back in the year 1960 when Harrly Glickman, the Sports promoter, saw the Portland Trailer Blazers as a good prospect to join a professional basketball venue, the National Basketball Association (NBA).
In the year 1970, the franchise joined the NBA league where Portland was their only home city. For years, the team has accomplished much while enjoying the games and from 1977 until 1995, they were able to achieve an approximate 814 frequent games, which was also considered as the longest streak in the history of professional sports.
The Blazers has reached the NBA finals three times with one NBA championship in the year 1977, the team also appeared in the NBA finals during the years 1990 and 1992. The team has been the only NBA team situated in the Northwest Pacific after the two teams Memphis Grizzles and Seattle Supersonics moved to Oklahoma city in the year 2008.
Blazers’ games were played by the Hall of Fame players Bill Walton, Drazen Petrovic, Lenny Wilkens, Scottie Pippen and Arvydas Sabonis, at the time, Bill Walton was the team’s most notable player who was awarded as the NBA Final’s Most Valuable Player in the year 1997, he was also awarded as the MVP player in 1998.
The success of Blazers took place in the NBA playoffs for 30 seasons within their 40-season existence with a hit of twenty-one frequent appearance in the NBA playoffs from the year 1983 until 2003, it ranked as the second longest streak in the NBA history for the record.