Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 at 10:15 am  |  14 responses

Damian Lillard Predicts 46 Wins for the Portland Trail Blazers (VIDEO)

Too high, too low or just right?

Blazers star point guard Damian Lillard tells ESPN that he thinks Portland can realistically win 46 games next season (which would have been good enough for the 7th Playoff seed in the Western Conference last year).

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    And how many losses?

  • Ben Ireland

    82-46= 36. I’m glad I’m here.

  • Shumpert

    I like the starting five with Lillard, Matthews, Batum, LA and Robin Lopez, but they still lack depth on the bench. Mo Williams, Wright.. They had W’s 33 last year, so this year 40 is a more realistic goal



  • spit hot fiyah

    + mccallum and robinson

  • spit hot fiyah

    pretty humble prediction, i like it

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    38-44 wins. 46 has a chance……if Terry Stotts completely revamps that offense.

  • Ben Ireland

    I like McCollum, and I think Robinson has a chance to be really good, especially playing behind LMA for a bit. He hasn’t had a shot since he got in the L, hopefully Portland gives him a real chance.

  • spit hot fiyah

    yeah it’s the best situation he has been in so far, which is not saying a lot.
    i expect him to look much closer to the top 5 pick that he was. i was surprised that no other team tried to trade for him on draft night (at least no that we know of) considering that the rockets didn’t want much and the chance of getting a top 5 pick from last years draft when this years draft was considered one of the weakest in recent memory.

  • danpowers

    great. a genius in math. could you plz explain to me why x^n=1 ? i never got it

  • def80s

    Yep those questions were going at the speed of Rapid Fire

  • Ben Ireland

    No problem, here you are! http://lmgtfy.com/?q=why+does+x%5En%3D1

  • danpowers

    thx but alrdy did it and call me an idiot but i dont get it. some genius needs to put it real simple for me lol

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