2019–20 Portland Trail Blazers season

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2019–20 Portland Trail Blazers season
Head coachTerry Stotts
General managerNeil Olshey
OwnersEstate of Paul Allen
ArenaModa Center
Results
Record35–39 (.473)
PlaceDivision: 4th (Northwest)
Conference: 8th (Western)
Playoff finishFirst Round
(Lost to Lakers 1–4)

Stats at Basketball-Reference.com
Local media
TelevisionNBC Sports Northwest
RadioKPOJ, Portland Trail Blazers Radio
< 2018–19 2020–21 >

The 2019–20 Portland Trail Blazers season was the franchise's 50th season in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Trail Blazers entered the season following a playoff defeat from the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals.

The season was suspended by the league officials following the games of March 11[1] after it was reported that Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19.[2]

On June 4, the Trail Blazers were one of 22 teams invited to the NBA Bubble.

On August 15, the Portland Trail Blazers clinched the 8th seed after defeating the Memphis Grizzlies in a play-in game. With the Blazers clinching a playoff berth, this was the 3rd consecutive season where 4 of 5 teams in the Northwest Division clinched the playoffs.

Despite their first losing season since the 2012–13 season, the Portland Trail Blazers are tied at 7 seasons with the Toronto Raptors with the 2nd most active playoff streak behind the Houston Rockets.

The Trail Blazers faced off against the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round of the playoffs, marking the first meeting between the two teams in the playoffs since 2002. Despite a strong Game 1 victory, Damian Lillard was forced to leave the bubble after suffering a right knee injury in Game 4, and the Trail Blazers lost the series in 5 games.

Draft picks

Round Pick Player Position Nationality School / club team
1 25 Nassir Little SF  United States North Carolina

Roster

2019–20 Portland Trail Blazers roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Name Height Weight DOB (YYYY-MM-DD) From
G 10 Adams, Jaylen 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 225 lb (102 kg) 1996–05–04 St. Bonaventure
F 00 Anthony, Carmelo 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 240 lb (109 kg) 1984–05–29 Syracuse
F 8 Ariza, Trevor 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 215 lb (98 kg) 1985–06–30 UCLA
C 4 Brown, Moses (TW) 7 ft 1 in (2.16 m) 245 lb (111 kg) 1999–10–13 UCLA
F/C 33 Collins, Zach 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 235 lb (107 kg) 1997–11–19 Gonzaga
F 35 Gabriel, Wenyen 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 205 lb (93 kg) 1997–03–26 Kentucky
F 44 Hezonja, Mario 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 225 lb (102 kg) 1995–02–25 Croatia
F 6 Hoard, Jaylen (TW) 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 215 lb (98 kg) 1999–03–30 Wake Forest
F 5 Hood, Rodney Injured 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 206 lb (93 kg) 1992–10–20 Duke
G 0 Lillard, Damian 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 195 lb (88 kg) 1990–07–15 Weber State
F 9 Little, Nassir 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 220 lb (100 kg) 2000–02–11 North Carolina
G 3 McCollum, CJ 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 190 lb (86 kg) 1991–09–19 Lehigh
C 27 Nurkić, Jusuf 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 275 lb (125 kg) 1994–08–23 Bosnia and Herzegovina
G 1 Simons, Anfernee 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 185 lb (84 kg) 1999–06–08 IMG Academy (FL)
F 50 Swanigan, Caleb 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 260 lb (118 kg) 1997–04–18 Purdue
G 2 Trent, Gary 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 205 lb (93 kg) 1999–01–18 Duke
C 21 Whiteside, Hassan 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 265 lb (120 kg) 1989–06–13 Marshall
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (DP) Unsigned draft pick
  • (FA) Free agent
  • (S) Suspended
  • (GL) On assignment to G League
  • (TW) Two-way affiliate player
  • Injured Injured

Roster
Last transaction: 2020–01–20

Standings

Division

Northwest Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div GP
yDenver Nuggets 46 27 .630 0.0 26–11 20–16 12–2 73
xOklahoma City Thunder 44 28 .611 1.5 23–14 21–14 8–5 72
xUtah Jazz 44 28 .611 1.5 23–12 21–16 5–7 72
xPortland Trail Blazers 35 39 .473 11.5 21–15 14–24 5–8 74
Minnesota Timberwolves 19 45 .297 22.5 8–24 11–21 2–10 64


Conference

Western Conference
# Team W L PCT GB GP
1 cLos Angeles Lakers * 52 19 .732 71
2 xLos Angeles Clippers 49 23 .681 3.5 72
3 yDenver Nuggets * 46 27 .630 7.0 73
4 yHouston Rockets * 44 28 .611 8.5 72
5 xOklahoma City Thunder 44 28 .611 8.5 72
6 xUtah Jazz 44 28 .611 8.5 72
7 xDallas Mavericks 43 32 .573 11.0 75
8 xPortland Trail Blazers 35 39 .473 18.5 74
9 piMemphis Grizzlies 34 39 .466 19.0 73
10 Phoenix Suns 34 39 .466 19.0 73
11 San Antonio Spurs 32 39 .451 20.0 71
12 Sacramento Kings 31 41 .431 21.5 72
13 New Orleans Pelicans 30 42 .417 22.5 72
14 Minnesota Timberwolves 19 45 .297 29.5 64
15 Golden State Warriors 15 50 .231 34.0 65


Game log

Preseason

The preseason schedule was announced on July 29, 2019.[3]

2019 preseason game log
Total: 2–3 (Home: 1–2; Road: 1–1)
Preseason: 2–3 (Home: 1–2; Road: 1–1)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
1 October 8 Denver L 94–105 Mario Hezonja (12) Skal Labissière (12) Lillard, McCollum, Labissière, Hezonja, Simons (2) Veterans Memorial Coliseum
10,942
0–1
2 October 10 Maccabi Haifa W 104–68 Anfernee Simons (22) Skal Labissière (15) London Perrantes (6) Moda Center
12,157
1–1
3 October 12 Phoenix L 118–134 CJ McCollum (27) Skal Labissière (8) Hezonja, Collins (5) Moda Center
18,468
1–2
4 October 16 @ Utah W 126–118 CJ McCollum (28) Hassan Whiteside (11) Lillard, McCollum (4) Vivint Smart Home Arena
17,513
2–2
5 October 17 @ Denver L 104–110 Mario Hezonja (18) Zach Collins (11) Mario Hezonja (6) Pepsi Center
14,484
2–3
2019–20 season schedule

Regular season

2019–20 game log
Total: 35–39 (Home: 21–15; Road: 14–24)
October: 3–2 (Home: 0–1; Road: 3–1)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
1 October 23 Denver L 100–108 Damian Lillard (32) Hassan Whiteside (19) Damian Lillard (8) Moda Center
19,991
0–1
2 October 25 @ Sacramento W 122–112 Damian Lillard (35) Hassan Whiteside (9) Lillard, Collins, Bazemore (5) Golden 1 Center
17,583
1–1
3 October 27 @ Dallas W 121–119 CJ McCollum (35) Hassan Whiteside (14) Damian Lillard (5) American Airlines Center
19,707
2–1
4 October 28 @ San Antonio L 110–113 Damian Lillard (28) Anthony Tolliver (10) Damian Lillard (7) AT&T Center
18,083
2–2
5 October 30 @ Oklahoma City W 102–99 Damian Lillard (23) Hassan Whiteside (12) Damian Lillard (12) Chesapeake Energy Arena
18,203
3–2
November: 5–10 (Home: 3–3; Road: 2–7)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
6 November 2 Philadelphia L 128–129 Damian Lillard (33) Mario Hezonja (12) Damian Lillard (9) Moda Center
19,441
3–3
7 November 4 @ Golden State L 118–127 Damian Lillard (39) Hassan Whiteside (11) CJ McCollum (6) Chase Center
18,064
3–4
8 November 7 @ L. A. Clippers L 101–107 McCollum, Lillard (22) Hassan Whiteside (19) Damian Lillard (6) Staples Center
19,068
3–5
9 November 8 Brooklyn L 115–119 Damian Lillard (60) Hassan Whiteside (15) Damian Lillard (5) Moda Center
20,089
3–6
10 November 10 Atlanta W 124–113 (OT) Damian Lillard (30) Hassan Whiteside (12) Damian Lillard (6) Moda Center
20,041
4–6
11 November 12 @ Sacramento L 99–107 Damian Lillard (27) Hassan Whiteside (7) Damian Lillard (5) Golden 1 Center
16,358
4–7
12 November 13 Toronto L 106–114 Rodney Hood (25) Whiteside, Labissiere (9) Damian Lillard (10) Moda Center
19,544
4–8
13 November 16 @ San Antonio W 121–116 CJ McCollum (32) Hassan Whiteside (12) CJ McCollum (7) AT&T Center
18,534
5–8
14 November 18 @ Houston L 108–132 CJ McCollum (25) Hassan Whiteside (8) Damian Lillard (11) Toyota Center
18,055
5–9
15 November 19 @ New Orleans L 104–115 CJ McCollum (22) Hassan Whiteside (14) CJ McCollum (5) Smoothie King Center
15,021
5–10
16 November 21 @ Milwaukee L 129–137 CJ McCollum (37) Skal Labissière (12) CJ McCollum (10) Fiserv Forum
17,385
5–11
17 November 23 @ Cleveland L 104–110 Damian Lillard (23) Damian Lillard (8) Damian Lillard (8) Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
19,432
5–12
18 November 25 @ Chicago W 117–94 Carmelo Anthony (25) Hassan Whiteside (12) Damian Lillard (12) United Center
18,776
6–12
19 November 27 Oklahoma City W 136–119 Damian Lillard (27) Hassan Whiteside (16) Damian Lillard (5) Moda Center
19,870
7–12
20 November 29 Chicago W 107–103 Damian Lillard (28) Hassan Whiteside (15) Damian Lillard (6) Moda Center
20,139
8–12
December: 6–8 (Home: 5–5; Road: 1–3)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
21 December 3 @ L. A. Clippers L 97–117 CJ McCollum (20) Hassan Whiteside (13) Damian Lillard (7) Staples Center
19,068
8–13
22 December 4 Sacramento W 127–116 CJ McCollum (33) Hassan Whiteside (16) Damian Lillard (10) Moda Center
19,393
9–13
23 December 6 L. A. Lakers L 113–136 Damian Lillard (29) Hassan Whiteside (10) Damian Lillard (8) Moda Center
19,912
9–14
24 December 8 Oklahoma City L 96–108 Damian Lillard (26) Hassan Whiteside (10) Damian Lillard (7) Moda Center
19,393
9–15
25 December 10 New York W 115–87 Damian Lillard (31) Hassan Whiteside (15) Damian Lillard (6) Moda Center
19,393
10–15
26 December 12 @ Denver L 99–114 Hassan Whiteside (33) Hassan Whiteside (11) Damian Lillard (11) Pepsi Center
18,828
10–16
27 December 16 @ Phoenix W 111–110 CJ McCollum (30) Hassan Whiteside (14) CJ McCollum (6) Talking Stick Resort Arena
14,193
11–16
28 December 18 Golden State W 122–112 Damian Lillard (31) Hassan Whiteside (23) Damian Lillard (13) Moda Center
19,393
12–16
29 December 20 Orlando W 118–103 Damian Lillard (36) Hassan Whiteside (17) Damian Lillard (6) Moda Center
19,393
13–16
30 December 21 Minnesota W 113–106 Damian Lillard (29) Hassan Whiteside (22) Damian Lillard (7) Moda Center
19,393
14–16
31 December 23 New Orleans L 94–102 Carmelo Anthony (23) Hassan Whiteside (16) Damian Lillard (7) Moda Center
19,499
14–17
32 December 26 @ Utah L 115–121 Damian Lillard (34) Anfernee Simons (10) Damian Lillard (8) Vivint Smart Home Arena
18,306
14–18
33 December 28 L. A. Lakers L 120–128 Damian Lillard (31) Hassan Whiteside (16) Damian Lillard (9) Moda Center
19,960
14–19
34 December 30 Phoenix L 116–122 Damian Lillard (33) Hassan Whiteside (22) Damian Lillard (7) Moda Center
19,896
14–20
January: 8–7 (Home: 4–2; Road: 4–5)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
35 January 1 @ New York L 93–117 Carmelo Anthony (26) Hassan Whiteside (12) Damian Lillard (8) Madison Square Garden
19,812
14–21
36 January 3 @ Washington W 122–103 Damian Lillard (35) Hassan Whiteside (21) CJ McCollum (6) Capital One Arena
17,945
15–21
37 January 5 @ Miami L 111–122 Damian Lillard (34) Hassan Whiteside (18) Damian Lillard (12) American Airlines Arena
19,846
15–22
38 January 7 @ Toronto W 101–99 Carmelo Anthony (28) Hassan Whiteside (16) Damian Lillard (9) Scotiabank Arena
19,800
16–22
39 January 9 @ Minnesota L 102–116 Damian Lillard (20) Hassan Whiteside (14) Damian Lillard (8) Target Center
13,720
16–23
40 January 11 Milwaukee L 101–122 Damian Lillard (26) Anthony, Tolliver (11) McCollum, Lillard (5) Moda Center
19,843
16–24
41 January 13 Charlotte W 115–112 Damian Lillard (30) Tolliver, Whiteside (11) Damian Lillard (9) Moda Center
19,111
17–24
42 January 15 @ Houston W 117–107 Damian Lillard (25) Hassan Whiteside (18) Damian Lillard (7) Toyota Center
18,055
18–24
43 January 17 @ Dallas L 112–120 Damian Lillard (34) Hassan Whiteside (18) Damian Lillard (10) American Airlines Center
20,283
18–25
44 January 18 @ Oklahoma City L 106–119 Damian Lillard (34) Hassan Whiteside (9) Damian Lillard (6) Chesapeake Energy Arena
18,203
18–26
45 January 20 Golden State W 129–124 (OT) Damian Lillard (61) Hassan Whiteside (21) Damian Lillard (7) Moda Center
19,493
19–26
46 January 23 Dallas L 125–133 Damian Lillard (47) Carmelo Anthony (11) Damian Lillard (8) Moda Center
18,574
19–27
47 January 26 Indiana W 139–129 Damian Lillard (50) Hassan Whiteside (14) Damian Lillard (13) Moda Center
19,663
20–27
48 January 29 Houston W 125–112 Damian Lillard (36) Carmelo Anthony (13) Damian Lillard (11) Moda Center
19,393
21–27
49 January 31 @ L. A. Lakers W 127–119 Damian Lillard (48) Hassan Whiteside (13) Damian Lillard (10) Staples Center
18,997
22–27
February: 4–8 (Home: 4–2; Road: 0–6)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
50 February 1 Utah W 124–107 Damian Lillard (51) Hassan Whiteside (21) Damian Lillard (12) Moda Center
19,603
23–27
51 February 4 @ Denver L 99–127 Damian Lillard (21) Caleb Swanigan (10) Damian Lillard (9) Pepsi Center
19,520
23–28
52 February 6 San Antonio W 125–117 Damian Lillard (26) Hassan Whiteside (23) Damian Lillard (10) Moda Center
19,653
24–28
53 February 7 @ Utah L 114–117 Damian Lillard (42) Caleb Swanigan (11) Damian Lillard (6) Vivint Smart Home Arena
18,306
24–29
54 February 9 Miami W 115–109 Damian Lillard (33) Hassan Whiteside (17) Damian Lillard (8) Moda Center
19,726
25–29
55 February 11 @ New Orleans L 117–138 Lillard, McCollum (20) Hassan Whiteside (14) Damian Lillard (6) Smoothie King Center
15,739
25–30
56 February 12 @ Memphis L 104–111 CJ McCollum (23) Carmelo Anthony (15) Damian Lillard (10) FedExForum
16,889
25–31
All-Star Break
57 February 21 New Orleans L 115–128 CJ McCollum (27) Hassan Whiteside (12) CJ McCollum (10) Moda Center
19,946
25–32
58 February 23 Detroit W 107–104 CJ McCollum (41) Hassan Whiteside (17) CJ McCollum (12) Moda Center
19,393
26–32
59 February 25 Boston L 106–118 CJ McCollum (28) Hassan Whiteside (19) CJ McCollum (10) Moda Center
19,460
26–33
60 February 27 @ Indiana L 100–106 CJ McCollum (28) Hassan Whiteside (16) CJ McCollum (8) Bankers Life Fieldhouse
16,872
26–34
61 February 29 @ Atlanta L 117–129 CJ McCollum (35) Hassan Whiteside (13) CJ McCollum (5) State Farm Arena
17,765
26–35
March: 3–2 (Home: 2–1; Road: 1–1)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
62 March 2 @ Orlando W 130–107 CJ McCollum (41) Hassan Whiteside (13) McCollum, Simons (5) Amway Center
18,078
27–35
63 March 4 Washington W 125–104 Carmelo Anthony (25) Hassan Whiteside (16) Lillard, McCollum (5) Moda Center
19,393
28–35
64 March 6 @ Phoenix L 117–127 CJ McCollum (25) Hassan Whiteside (20) CJ McCollum (8) Talking Stick Resort Arena
15,522
28–36
65 March 7 Sacramento L 111–123 McCollum, Whiteside (19) Hassan Whiteside (11) Lillard, McCollum (6) Moda Center
19,691
28–37
66 March 10 Phoenix W 121–105 Damian Lillard (25) Hassan Whiteside (14) Damian Lillard (7) Moda Center
19,393
29–37
Seeding games: 6–2 (Home: 3–1; Road: 3–1)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
67 July 31 Memphis W 140–135 (OT) CJ McCollum (33) Collins, Nurkic (9) Damian Lillard (9) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
30–37
68 August 2 @ Boston L 124–128 Lillard, Nurkic (30) Jusuf Nurkic (9) Damian Lillard (16) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
30–38
69 August 4 Houston W 110–102 Damian Lillard (21) Jusuf Nurkic (19) Damian Lillard (8) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
31–38
70 August 6 @ Denver W 125–115 Damian Lillard (45) Zach Collins (9) Damian Lillard (12) Visa Athletic Center
No In-Person Attendance
32–38
71 August 8 L. A. Clippers L 117–122 CJ McCollum (29) Jusuf Nurkic (13) Jusuf Nurkic (9) HP Field House
No In-Person Attendance
32–39
72 August 9 Philadelphia W 124–121 Damian Lillard (51) Anthony, Hezonja, McCollum (7) Damian Lillard (7) Visa Athletic Center
No In-Person Attendance
33–39
73 August 11 @ Dallas W 134–131 Damian Lillard (61) Jusuf Nurkic (9) Damian Lillard (8) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
34–39
74 August 13 @ Brooklyn W 134–133 Damian Lillard (42) Jusuf Nurkic (10) Damian Lillard (12) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
35–39
Cancelled games
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
67 March 12 @ Memphis Moda Center
68 March 15 Houston Moda Center
69 March 17 Minnesota Moda Center
70 March 19 Dallas Moda Center
71 March 22 @ Minnesota Target Center
72 March 24 @ Charlotte Spectrum Center
73 March 25 @ Detroit Little Caesars Arena
74 March 27 @ Boston TD Garden
75 March 29 @ Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
76 March 30 @ Brooklyn Barclays Center
77 April 2 Utah Moda Center
78 April 5 Memphis Moda Center
79 April 7 Cleveland Moda Center
80 April 9 Denver Moda Center
81 April 13 @ Golden State Chase Center
82 April 15 LA Clippers Moda Center
2019–20 season schedule

Play-in

2020 play-in game log
Play-in Game: 1–0 (Home: 1–0; Road: 0–0)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
1 August 15 Memphis W 126–122 Damian Lillard (31) Jusuf Nurkic (21) Damian Lillard (10) HP Field House
No In-person Attendance
1–0

Playoffs

2020 playoff game log
First round: 1–4 (Home: 0–2; Road: 1–2)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Series
1 August 18 @ L. A. Lakers W 100–93 Damian Lillard (34) Jusuf Nurkic (15) Anthony, Lillard (5) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
1–0
2 August 20 @ L. A. Lakers L 88–111 Damian Lillard (18) Hassan Whiteside (9) CJ McCollum (3) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
1–1
3 August 22 L. A. Lakers L 108–116 Damian Lillard (34) McCollum, Whiteside (8) Damian Lillard (7) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
1–2
4 August 24 L. A. Lakers L 115–135 Jusuf Nurkic (20) Jusuf Nurkic (13) Anfernee Simons (6) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
1–3
5 August 29 @ L. A. Lakers L 122–131 CJ McCollum (36) Jusuf Nurkic (10) CJ McCollum (7) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
1–4
2020 playoff schedule

Transactions

Trades

June 24, 2019[4] To Portland Trail Blazers
Kent Bazemore
To Atlanta Hawks
Evan Turner
July 6, 2019[5] To Portland Trail Blazers
Hassan Whiteside
To Miami Heat
Meyers Leonard
Moe Harkless
January 21, 2020[6] To Portland Trail Blazers
Trevor Ariza
Wenyen Gabriel
Caleb Swanigan
To Sacramento Kings
Kent Bazemore
Anthony Tolliver
2024 second-round pick
2025 second-round pick
February 7, 2020[7] To Portland Trail Blazers
2024 second-round pick
To Atlanta Hawks
Skal Labissière
Cash consideration

Free agency

Re-signed

Player Signed
Rodney Hood[8] July 6, 2019

Additions

Player Signed Former team
Jaylen Hoard[9] July 2, 2019 Wake Forest
Mario Hezonja[10] July 3, 2019 New York Knicks
Anthony Tolliver[11] July 3, 2019 Minnesota Timberwolves
Pau Gasol[12] July 25, 2019 Milwaukee Bucks
Moses Brown[13] October 19, 2019 UCLA
Carmelo Anthony[14] November 19, 2019 Houston Rockets

Subtractions

Player Reason left New team
Al-Farouq Aminu[15] Orlando Magic
Jake Layman[16] Minnesota Timberwolves
Seth Curry[17] Dallas Mavericks
Enes Kanter[18] Boston Celtics
Pau Gasol[19] Waived

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