The Portland Trail Blazers, aka the “Blazers”, is a professional basketball team in the National Basketball Association (NBA) that calls Portland, Oregon, its home. The team’s home court is the Rose Garden arena, and its team colors are Black, White, Red, and Silver. To date, the team is known as the only major league franchise in Oregon.
The team is coached by Nate McMillan, and owned by Paul Allen. Allen is known as a philanthropist and entrepreneur, as well as the person who co-founded the computer company, Microsoft, together with Bill Gates. The team is known for being the team of a couple of Hall of Famers, such as Lenny Wilkens, Clyde Drexler, and Bill Walton.
Over the years of its active participation in the league, the team has won 3 conference titles with 4 division titles. The team has been able to reach the NBA Finals three times, and has won 1 NBA Championship title, which they won in 1977.