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Opinion: Do Trail Blazers have enough energy in tank to beat Grizzlies, challenge Lakers?

USATODAY.com Friday, 14 August 2020
The Trail Blazers have given it everything they have to make the play-in. Can Damian Lillard and Co. keep the momentum going against the Grizzlies?
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News video: Clay Travis predicts Trail Blazers will end Grizzlies season & earn a playoff spot

Clay Travis predicts Trail Blazers will end Grizzlies season & earn a playoff spot 02:49

The Portland Trail Blazers just barely came away with a win against the Brooklyn Nets, Damian Lillard leading the charge with 42 points. Clay Travis tells Rachel Bonnetta, Cousin Sal and Todd Fuhrman why he expects the Blazers to repeat that victory and end the Memphis Grizzlies season this Saturday.

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