As the only NBA team in the Pacific Northwest, the Portland Trail Blazers have traveled a total of 542,383 miles over the past decade.
That number is 40,000 more miles than the Timberwolves, who are second in the NBA in distance covered.
The Blazers also logged more travel miles than any team in the four major professional sports leagues in North America.
The average NBA team travels 43,534 miles per season, which is the most out of the four major sports leagues.
This has to wear on the players.
How can you expect to compete when your travel is that much harder than your competition.
At least get them their own plane.
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