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Cody Zeller (knee) ruled out for Saturday.
Robert Covington questionable Friday.
Damian Lillard out at least an additional 8 games.
Larry Nance Jr.F-C
Larry Nance Jr. (knee) is out at least one week.
Dennis Smith Jr.G
Dennis Smith Jr. questionable Friday.
Nassir Little (shoulder) is out Wednesday.
CJ Elleby doubtful Friday.
Trail Blazers 2022 Schedule & Betting Odds
|Jan 27th||DAL||L 112-132||+5 L||O 217.5||DAL +163|
|Jan 26th||MIN||L 107-109||+3 L||U 234.5||MIN +123|
|Jan 23rd||@TOR||W 114-105||+8 W||O 215.5||POR +262|
|Jan 22nd||@BOS||W 109-105||+9 W||O 212||POR +320|
|Jan 20th||@MIA||L 92-104||+9.5 L||U 210.5||MIA +325|
|Jan 18th||@ORL||W 98-88||-2.5 W||U 218.5||POR -139|
|Jan 16th||@WAS||W 115-110||+7.5 W||O 215||POR +245|
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Portland Trail Blazers Odds, Betting Types, & Schedule Details
The Blazers for a second year in a row fell in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, this time in 2020-21 to the Denver Nuggets. Afterwards, the franchise decided to part ways with longtime coach Terry Stotts.
What will happen to Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, and Co. in the 2021-22 season? See more info on their full schedule, complete odds, depth chart, injuries, against-the-spread performance, and more.
Portland Trail Blazers Point Spreads
The Blazers in 2020-21 had some stark against-the-spread (ATS) splits, going just 15-21 at home but an excellent 23-13 on the road. This refers to spread bets, which are wagers on how much a team will win or lose by. Let's look at an example of a hypothetical Blazers game:
- Portland Trail Blazers (-7.5)
- Oklahoma City Thunder (+7.5)
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.
Portland Trail Blazers Moneylines
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 another 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.
Portland Trail Blazers Over/Unders aka Totals
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.
Portland Trail Blazers Props
Few players in the NBA can get as scorching hot as Damian Lillard, and you can bet on exactly that happening in any given game. Those types of bets are called player props, and they're tied to the statistical output of a player. For example, Lillard might have an over/under point total prop of 29.5 points, and you can bet the over or under of that wager.
Trail Blazers Futures
The Blazers snuck into the playoffs in 2020-21, and they'll likely have another tough battle in the 2021-22 season. If you're bullish on them making it, or even if you're bearish, you can bet on that outcome. That's called a futures bet, and other examples include Damian Lillard to win MVP, the Blazers to take home the Northwest Division crown, and more.
Trail Blazers Offseason Movement 2021
Trades: Larry Nance Jr. (PF and C, from the Cavaliers)
Draft picks: Greg Brown (Texas, No. 43)
Re-signings: Norman Powell (SG and SF)
Free-agent signings: Cody Zeller (C), Tony Snell (SG and SF), Ben McLemore (SG and SF)