Portland Trail Blazers vs Houston Rockets: Game Overview, Time, TV Channel, How To Watch Free Live Stream Online
This is one of those games that could be considered criminal for the Portland Trail Blazers.
The sixth-place Blazers, trying to fend off the Los Angeles Lakers in seventh (38-30) and catch the Dallas Mavericks (40-28) in fifth, will face a Houston team with the worst on Monday night. NBA record. .
The Blazers followed Dallas by one game and led the Lakers by one. The Mavericks won 127-94 in Cleveland on Sunday. The Lakers beat Phoenix, 123-110.
Portland has four games to play, but only one against a losing team, the Rockets (16-52), who were 11-10 on February 4. They are 5-42 since and have lost 10 of 11.
Here’s what’s interesting: The injury-hit Rockets this season entered a pattern on March 27 in which they won one game and then lost five four times in a row. The Blazers stumble upon the game Houston is supposed to win in to keep this pattern going.
It certainly seems unlikely given the performance of the Blazers. However, anything can happen in the NBA.
That said, the Rockets have allowed 127 points per game in their last five losses and are 26th in defensive rating (115.3) and 27th in offense rating (107.5) this season. Their defensive rating over the last 20 games ranks last (118.5).
BLAZERS OF TRAIL VS. HOUSTON ROCKETS
What: Trail Blazers (39-29) vs Rockets (16-52), 7 p.m., Monday.
Or: The Moda Center.
TV channel: NBC Sports Northwest (in Portland: Comcast 37/737).
Radio: Rip City Radio (KPOJ 620 AM)
How to watch the live stream online: You can watch this game live with the connection of your cable provider, or you can watch the match live for FREE with FuboTV (free try). If you already have a cable plan, you can watch the game live on NBC Sports NW with the connection information from your cable provider.
Broadcast: Blazers by 12 | Spread: NA
Moneyline: Blazers (-770) | Rockets (+540)
Blazers: F Carmelo anthony (right ankle, sprain) is questionable and F / C Zach collins (left ankle, stress fracture) came out.
Rockets: Kelly Olynk (right ankle; pain) and Christian wood (right ankle; pain) are questionable; Avery bradley (personal reasons), Sterling brown (head / face; lacerations), Dante Exum (right calf; strain), Eric Gordon (right groin; strain), David Nwaba (right wrist; sprain), Kevin Porter Jr. (left ankle; sprain), John wall (right hamstrings; tension) and DJ Wilson (health and safety protocols) came out.
FOLLOWING (Blazers schedule)
The Blazers hit the road for games Wednesday in Utah (50-18) and Thursday in Phoenix (48-20) before closing the regular season at home on Saturday against Denver (44-24).
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