1. Championship and Retired Number Banners

Hanging from the rafters of the Moda Center are banners commemorating the greatest players and teams in Trail Blazers history. These banners honor such greats as Bill Walton, Clyde Drexler, and the only Blazers team to win an NBA title. Make sure to take these in during your visit to the Moda Center.

2. Trail Blazers Stunt Team

The 16 member Blazers Stunt Team keeps everyone in the arena entertained throughout the game with their acrobatics. Keep your eyes open for the stunt team as you never know where they’ll pop up next and don’t want to miss them.

3. "Hustle" Board

The “Hustle” Board is a cool feature of the Moda Center. The board keeps track of “hustle stats” like rebounds, steals, and blocked shots, and is an excellent way for fans to see who is putting in that extra bit of effort.

4. Blaze the Trail Cat

Blaze has been bringing a smile to the faces of Trail Blazers fans young and old since 2002. He gets into all kinds of shenanigans during Blazers games, so be on the lookout for him during your visit to the Moda Center.

5. Blazer Dancers

The Blazer Dancers put on a superb show and get everyone up and cheering with their incredible dance routines. Don’t leave your seat during their performances as you won’t want to miss them.

6. Rip City Clothing Co.

Rip City Clothing Co. is located near the north entrance of the Moda Center and is your place to get Trail Blazers clothes and souvenirs. The shop is open from the time the door opens to the end of the game, so stop by and grab some gear.

7. Local Concession Options

The concession stands inside the Moda Center feature food from a variety of local joints including Killer Burger, Sizzle Pie, and Buzzsaw. You won’t have to leave the arena to get the taste of Portland, so don’t hesitate to grab something to eat at the game.

8. Little Prince Statue

The Little Prince can be found in Portland’s Moda Center district right outside the Moda Center. The sculpture is a part of the City of Portland and Multnomah County Public Art Collection, so check it out during your trip to a Trail Blazers game.

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