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The Portland Trail Blazers tip-off their 41st NBA season by hosting the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday, Oct. 26, marking the second straight year the team has opened the season at the Rose Garden.
All 82 Trail Blazers games will be aired by national carriers or the Trail Blazers Broadcast Television Network. Portland’s complete broadcast schedule will be available in the coming weeks.
The schedule includes four four-game road trips and one five-game homestand (Feb. 16-March 1). For the fourth straight year, Portland will be featured nationally on Christmas Day when it travels to Golden State.
Among the top teams making the trip to the Rose City in 2010-11: the defending NBA champion L.A. Lakers on Feb. 23 and April 8; the LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh-led Miami Heat on Jan. 9; the defending Eastern Conference champion Boston Celtics on Jan. 27; the divisional rival Utah Jazz on Nov. 20 and Dec. 30; and Dwight Howard’s Orlando Magic on Dec. 9.
Portland will take on 10 of 14 Western Conference opponents twice at home and twice on the road, while playing Houston, the L.A. Clippers, Memphis and Sacramento only three times apiece. Of those matchups, the Trail Blazers host Houston and the L.A. Clippers twice, and Memphis and Sacramento once. The club will face each Eastern Conference team twice.
The Trail Blazers close out the 2010-11 NBA regular season at home on Wednesday, April 13, at Golden State.
Tickets for individual games will go on sale at trailblazers.com Sept. 27, at 12 p.m., and through all other outlets on Sept. 28 at 12 p.m. Season and partial season packages, group tickets and suites are available now. Call 503-797-9600 or visit trailblazers.com for more information.
2010-11 Trail Blazers Season Schedule
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