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Portland Trail Blazers Odds

5th in Northwest Division

Trail Blazers Injuries

All NBA Injuries
  • Jerami Grant

    SF

    Jerami Grant (hamstring) ruled out Friday.

    Out

  • Malcolm Brogdon

    PG

    Brogdon is out with elbow

    Out

  • Deandre Ayton

    C

    Deandre Ayton (back) out Sunday.

    Out

  • Robert Williams

    C

    Williams III is out with knee

    Out

  • Anfernee Simons

    PG

    Anfernee Simons (knee) out Sunday.

    Out

  • Matisse Thybulle

    PF

    Matisse Thybulle (ankle) ruled out Friday.

    Out

  • Scoot Henderson

    PG

    Scoot Henderson (hip) out Sunday.

    Out

  • Jabari Walker

    SF

    Walker is out with knee

    Out

  • Shaedon Sharpe

    PG

    Sharpe is out with abdominal

    Out

  • Toumani Camara

    SF

    Camara is out with ribs

    Out

Trail Blazers 2024 Schedule & Betting Odds

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Apr 14th@SACL 82-121+17.5 LU 214.5SAC +1100
Apr 13thHOUL 107-116+6.5 LO 218.5HOU +195
Apr 12thGSWL 92-100+13 WU 221GSW +587
Apr 10thNOPL 100-110+14 WU 214NOP +650
Apr 7th@BOSL 107-124+17 LO 216.5BOS +900
Apr 5th@WASW 108-102+3 WU 225POR +120
Apr 3rd@CHAW 89-86+1.5 WU 211.5POR +107
Apr 1st@ORLL 103-104+17 WU 210.5ORL +1100
Mar 30th@MIAL 82-142+14.5 LO 208.5MIA +750
Mar 27th@ATLL 106-120+12 LO 219.5ATL +472

Portland Trail Blazers Player Stats

  • scoring

    Anfernee Simons
    22.6
    ppg
  • rebounding

    Deandre Ayton
    11.1
    rpg
  • assists

    Anfernee Simons
    5.5
    apg
  • shooting

    Robert Williams
    65.4
    fg%

Portland Trail Blazers 2023-24 Season

The 2023-2024 season for the Portland Trail Blazers marks a significant transition, primarily due to the major trade involving Damian Lillard. After years of Lillard's incredible leadership and scoring, the Blazers decided to trade their franchise player to the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for a package of talented players and draft picks. This move sent shockwaves through the NBA world.

While Lillard's departure leaves a void, the Blazers have acquired promising talent to rebuild the team. They drafted Scoot Henderson, an exciting and versatile playmaker, with the second pick in this summer's NBA Draft, and traded for Deandre Ayton in a move with the Phoenix Suns.

The 2023-2024 season brings both anticipation and uncertainty for the Trail Blazers as they adapt to life without Damian Lillard and strive to forge a new path towards success.

See more info on their full schedule, complete odds, depth chart, injuries, against-the-spread performance, and more.

Betting on the Portland Trail Blazers

Be sure to take advantage of any favorable odds matchups for the Portland Trail Blazers for the rest of the season for the following bet types.

  • Moneyline
  • Point Spread
  • Over/Unders
  • Props
  • Future Odds

Trail Blazers Moneyline

The odds for moneyline bets can be a little more confusing than spread bets, but the idea is simpler: You're betting on which team will win the game. Take this example with the Blazers.

  • Portland Trail Blazers -130
  • Minnesota Timberwolves +110

Again, the minus sign indicates that the Blazers are favorites in this game. To read the odds, think in terms of $10 or $100 bets. The favorite requires more money since they're likelier to win: In this case, a Blazers moneyline bet at -130 would win $10 for every $13 bet. A Wolves ML bet would net $11 for every $10 wagered on that bet.

Trail Blazers Spread

Against-the-spread bets refer to wagers on how much a team will win or lose by. Let's look at an example of a hypothetical Blazers game:

Here's how to read the odds: The Blazers are 7.5-point favorites, which you can tell by the minus sign next to the number. If you bet on the Blazers, you are wagering that they'll beat the Thunder by eight or more points. If OKC won the game outright or merely lost by seven or fewer points, that side of the bet would cash.

Trail Blazers Over/Unders

If you don't feel comfortable betting on which team will win or by how much, you might be interested in over/under bets. Also called totals, these wagers are all about points -- how many will be scored by both teams, in fact.

Say the Blazers-Nuggets game has a total of 235 points: An over bet would cash at 236 or more combined points, whereas an under would hit at 234 or fewer. If it landed at 235 exactly, it's called a push and all bets are refunded.

Trail Blazers Prop Bets

There are types of bets called player props, and they're tied to the statistical output of a player. For example, Henderson might have an over/under point total prop of 19.5 points, and you can bet the over or under of that wager.

Trail Blazers Futures

Futures bets are bets that focus on long-term outcomes, like Portland to make the playoffs, win the Northwest Division, win the Western Conference, win the NBA Finals, or even individual awards like Henderson winning league Rookie of the Year.

How to Bet on the Portland Trail Blazers

Sports betting is currently legal in Oregon, but the state only has one gaming operator in DraftKings at the moment. But, if you wish to bet on the Trail Blazers from another state, you can choose one of the big names and use the BetMGM Bonus Code. Stay tuned for updates on The Action Network's Oregon sports betting page regarding sports betting legislation in the state.

Also check out our DraftKings review page to start betting on the Blazers today!

Frequently Asked Questions
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Trail Blazers Injuries

All NBA Injuries
  • Jerami Grant

    SF

    Jerami Grant (hamstring) ruled out Friday.

    Out

  • Malcolm Brogdon

    PG

    Brogdon is out with elbow

    Out

  • Deandre Ayton

    C

    Deandre Ayton (back) out Sunday.

    Out

  • Robert Williams

    C

    Williams III is out with knee

    Out

  • Anfernee Simons

    PG

    Anfernee Simons (knee) out Sunday.

    Out

  • Matisse Thybulle

    PF

    Matisse Thybulle (ankle) ruled out Friday.

    Out

  • Scoot Henderson

    PG

    Scoot Henderson (hip) out Sunday.

    Out

  • Jabari Walker

    SF

    Walker is out with knee

    Out

  • Shaedon Sharpe

    PG

    Sharpe is out with abdominal

    Out

  • Toumani Camara

    SF

    Camara is out with ribs

    Out

Portland Trail Blazers Transactions 2024

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  • April

    • 14th

      The Portland Trail Blazers signed G Taze Moore to a 10-day contract.

  • March

    • 28th

      The Portland Trail Blazers assigned C Moses Brown to the minors.

    • 27th

      The Portland Trail Blazers recalled G Shaedon Sharpe from the minors.

    • 25th

      The Portland Trail Blazers assigned G Shaedon Sharpe to the minors.

  • February

    • 22nd

      The Portland Trail Blazers signed G Ashton Hagans.

    • 18th

      The Portland Trail Blazers waived G Ashton Hagans.

    • 16th

      The Portland Trail Blazers signed C Duop Reath to a standard contract.

    • 8th

      The Boston Celtics traded F Dalano Banton to the Portland Trail Blazers.

    • 8th

      The Portland Trail Blazers signed G Ashton Hagans to a 10-Day contract.

  • January

    • 30th

      The Portland Trail Blazers waived G Taze Moore.

    • 20th

      The Portland Trail Blazers signed G Taze Moore to a 10-day contract.

    • 6th

      The Portland Trail Blazers waived F Ish Wainright.

    • 6th

      The Portland Trail Blazers waived G Skylar Mays.

Portland Trail Blazers 2023-24 Season

The 2023-2024 season for the Portland Trail Blazers marks a significant transition, primarily due to the major trade involving Damian Lillard. After years of Lillard's incredible leadership and scoring, the Blazers decided to trade their franchise player to the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for a package of talented players and draft picks. This move sent shockwaves through the NBA world.

While Lillard's departure leaves a void, the Blazers have acquired promising talent to rebuild the team. They drafted Scoot Henderson, an exciting and versatile playmaker, with the second pick in this summer's NBA Draft, and traded for Deandre Ayton in a move with the Phoenix Suns.

The 2023-2024 season brings both anticipation and uncertainty for the Trail Blazers as they adapt to life without Damian Lillard and strive to forge a new path towards success.

See more info on their full schedule, complete odds, depth chart, injuries, against-the-spread performance, and more.

Betting on the Portland Trail Blazers

Be sure to take advantage of any favorable odds matchups for the Portland Trail Blazers for the rest of the season for the following bet types.

  • Moneyline
  • Point Spread
  • Over/Unders
  • Props
  • Future Odds

Trail Blazers Moneyline

The odds for moneyline bets can be a little more confusing than spread bets, but the idea is simpler: You're betting on which team will win the game. Take this example with the Blazers.

  • Portland Trail Blazers -130
  • Minnesota Timberwolves +110

Again, the minus sign indicates that the Blazers are favorites in this game. To read the odds, think in terms of $10 or $100 bets. The favorite requires more money since they're likelier to win: In this case, a Blazers moneyline bet at -130 would win $10 for every $13 bet. A Wolves ML bet would net $11 for every $10 wagered on that bet.

Trail Blazers Spread

Against-the-spread bets refer to wagers on how much a team will win or lose by. Let's look at an example of a hypothetical Blazers game:

Here's how to read the odds: The Blazers are 7.5-point favorites, which you can tell by the minus sign next to the number. If you bet on the Blazers, you are wagering that they'll beat the Thunder by eight or more points. If OKC won the game outright or merely lost by seven or fewer points, that side of the bet would cash.

Trail Blazers Over/Unders

If you don't feel comfortable betting on which team will win or by how much, you might be interested in over/under bets. Also called totals, these wagers are all about points -- how many will be scored by both teams, in fact.

Say the Blazers-Nuggets game has a total of 235 points: An over bet would cash at 236 or more combined points, whereas an under would hit at 234 or fewer. If it landed at 235 exactly, it's called a push and all bets are refunded.

Trail Blazers Prop Bets

There are types of bets called player props, and they're tied to the statistical output of a player. For example, Henderson might have an over/under point total prop of 19.5 points, and you can bet the over or under of that wager.

Trail Blazers Futures

Futures bets are bets that focus on long-term outcomes, like Portland to make the playoffs, win the Northwest Division, win the Western Conference, win the NBA Finals, or even individual awards like Henderson winning league Rookie of the Year.

How to Bet on the Portland Trail Blazers

Sports betting is currently legal in Oregon, but the state only has one gaming operator in DraftKings at the moment. But, if you wish to bet on the Trail Blazers from another state, you can choose one of the big names and use the BetMGM Bonus Code. Stay tuned for updates on The Action Network's Oregon sports betting page regarding sports betting legislation in the state.

Also check out our DraftKings review page to start betting on the Blazers today!

Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the head coach of the Trail Blazers?
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Where do the Portland Trail Blazers play?
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How many NBA championships have the Portland Trail Blazers won?
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