Here’s touching upon a fun time in Portland Trail Blazers history:
Rip City has so many fond memories and moments that come to mind when looking back at the 1989-92 Trail Blazers seasons.
The early 90s teams were special on the court, no doubt, but their bond off the court may have been even more special.
“Those were fun times,” Terry Porter reminisced on NBA TV’s Trail Blazers documentary, ‘Rip City Revival.’ “There’s nothing like playing professional sports. You build a bond, a brotherhood, a willingness to protect each other, and you always have that.” …
During Portland’s 1989–90 campaign, the team posted a 59–23 record. They defeated the Dallas Mavericks, San Antonio Spurs, and Phoenix Suns in the Western Conference playoffs, before ultimately losing to the defending-champion Detroit Pistons.