CJ McCollum's Trail Blazers are on the brink of a semifinal spot in the West, but past NBA playoffs failures continue to motivate him.
CJ McCollum is on the brink of a semi-final spot with the Portland Trail Blazers but past NBA playoffs failures continue to motivate him.
One player can make the difference down the stretch in a tight matchup. And one game can swing a series in either direction.
The Blazers have been without two of their top three leading scorers for the last two weeks.
McCollum will miss four games against the Bulls, Hawks, Pistons and Timberwolves.
X-rays taken on CJ McCollum's knee injury came back negative, but the guard will undergo an MRI scan on his return to Portland.
CJ McCollum went down awkwardly after missing a layup in the third quarter of the Blazers' matchup with the Spurs.
Things didn't look good for the Blazers on Wednesday. In fact, nearly nothing looked good as they lost 143-100 to the Bucks.
Portland entered its game against the Knicks on Tuesday tied for the lead in the Western Conference with an 11-5 record.