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24 Feb 2019

NBA 2K19: All-Time Portland Trail Blazers Player Ratings and Roster

In between the veterans and the newcomers, the Portland Trail Blazers have definitely had their fair share of spotlight moments. With 49 seasons under their belt, they boast a .536 W-L%, with 34 of those seasons leading to playoff appearances, and 1 championship to top it all off. Many of their playoff runs were ended in the finals, showing that they still have a strong system in place.

Starting Lineup

Clyde Drexler, SG/SF (96)

Age: 27

Height: 6’7”

Traits: All-ARound Superstar

Best Stats: Vertical, Stamina, layups

Clyde Drexler may have played out his remaining years with the Houston Rockets, but he was a Blazer through and through. Having played 12 seasons with them, he firmly established himself as one of the greats while there. In his 12 seasons, he was able to rack up 20.8 points per game on average, as well as a monstrous 2.1 steals per game. Tag onto that a nice 5.7 assists per game and 6.2 rebounds per game as well, and you have yourself one disgusting shooting guard.

Bill Walton, C/PF (95)

Age: 25

Height: 6’11”

Traits: Two-Way Star

Best Attributes: Rebounding, Post Offense, Blocks

Whether you know him as the Red Baron, or the Grateful Red, Bill Walton will always be the big man on the court. With his 4 years with the Trail Blazers, he was able to hold a decent 17.1 points per game, as well as an amazing 2.6 blocks per game. But that’s not even the best part. On the defensive side as well, he was able to get 13.5 rebounds per game, with 10.9 of those coming from defensive rebounds. Out of the many big men in the 70s and 80s, The Big Red Hall of Famer is one you didn’t want to face.

Brandon Roy, SG (91)

Age: 27

Height: 6’6”

Traits: All-Around Superstar

Best Stats: Vertical, Stamina, Mid-Range

Brandon Roy is one of the few players that didn’t have the most illustrious careers, but still had an impact during his years that he was active. Known as Daggers or B-Roy, he was able to rack up a solid 19.0 points per game in a solid average throughout his 5 years, as well as a decent 1.0 steals per game. He was also able to bring about a solid 4.3 rebounds per game and 4.7 assists per game over the 5 seasons he played, establishing himself as not exactly the most spotlight heavy player, but still team orientated.

Damian Lillard, PG (89)

Age: 26

Height: 6’3”

Traits: Offensive Superstar

Best Stats: Ball Handling, Acceleration, Vertical

Although his career has pretty much just started, Damian Lillard has already established himself as one of the most prominent players to have entered the Trail Blazers’ roster bench. Averaging 23 points per game in just his first 6 years, he also holds 1.0 steals per game, and 4.1 rebounds per game as well. This is more eclipsed by the fact that he has 6.2 assists per game, making him fairly solid in teamplay and combinations.

LaMarcus Aldridge, PF/C (89)

Age: 25

Height: 6’11”

Traits: Rebounding Scoring Machine

Best Stats: Post Offense, Layups, Mid-Range

LaMarcus has appeared in another article highlighting his stellar play with the San Antonio Spurs. But, before he became a monster with the Spurs, LMA played 9 seasons with the Trail Blazers, blazing his path to success all the while. He held a strong 19.4 points per game average, along with an impressive 1.0 blocks per game. His main strength came from his 8.4 rebounds, though, as this allowed him to dominate the paint game whether he was on offense or defense.

NBA 2K19 All-Time Portland Trail Blazers Roster

Name OVR Position Height Age
Clyde Drexler96SG6’727
Bill Walton95C6’1125
Brandon Roy91SG6’627
Damian Lillard89PG6’326
LaMarcus Aldridge89PF6’1125
Maurice Lucas89PF6’925
Arvydas Sabonis88C7’333
Jerome Kersey87SF6’726
Terry Porter87PG6’326
Jim Paxson87SG6’625
Geoff Petrie87SG6’423
Kiki Vandeweghe86SF6’828
C.J. McCollum86SG6’325
Zach Randolph86PF6’922
Kevin Duckworth85C7’025