If there were sports ...
The Trail Blazers would be down to their final 10 games of the NBA regular season.
Tonight, they would have been in Detroit, contining a six-game trip.
The Blazers almost certainly would have been favored; the Pistons were 30-46 when the NBA suspended play because of the coronavirus.
Detroit gave Portland a battle in their other meeting, however, falling only 107-104 at Moda Center on Feb. 23, as CJ McCollum filled in for injured Damian Lillard with 41 points.
• The Portland Winterhawks would be preparing for the start of the Western Hockey League playoffs.
• The Portland Timbers would be four games into their 34-game MLS regular season and getting ready a Saturday home game against the Philadelphia Union.
• The Portland Thorns would have been prepping for their March 29-April 4 preseason tournament at Providence Park.
• Portland Timbers 2 would be looking ahead to a Saturday game at Reno 1868, having played its Unitd Soccer League home opener Sunday at Hillsboro Stadium against the Colorado Springs Switchbacks.
• The Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers presumably would be alive in the NCAA Tournament, with the UO and OSU women and UO men on to the Sweet 16.
• High school baseball and softball during spring break would be winding down, and dealing with rain. But some teams would be in Arizona.
• The Ducks' baseball team would play Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas.
• Portland State's softball team would be taking on Warner Pacific in a nonleague game in Hillsboro, and the Vikings' women's golfer would be wrapping up a three-day tournament on Maui's Kapalua Bay Course.
• The University of Portland and Seattle would be playing a baseball game at Concordia, while the UP women's tennis team welcomed Colorado to the Louisiana-Pacific Tennis Center.
• Lewis & Clark's softball team would have a doubleheader at Redlands in California.
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