Watch Denver Nuggets Vs. Portland Trail Blazers Live Stream: Game 4, Start Time, Preview, NBA West Semifinal

After an all-time classic quadruple-overtime Game 3 victory, the Portland Trail Blazers can take a commanding 3-1 lead over the Denver Nuggets.

Damian Lillard steals the ball from Will Barton.
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After an all-time classic quadruple-overtime Game 3 victory, the Portland Trail Blazers can take a commanding 3-1 lead over the Denver Nuggets.

While the NBA Western Conference semifinal series between the Portland Trail Blazers and Denver Nuggets is starting to feel like it has seven games written all over it, especially after a quadruple-overtime thriller won by Portland on Friday night in Game 3, the Blazers can change all that with a win on Sunday — a win that would now give them a commanding 3-1 lead. Only 11 teams in NBA history have ever managed to lose a seven-game series after going up 3-1, according to USA Today.

But speaking of NBA history, the two teams made some on Friday, playing the only second four-overtime playoff game in the league’s history, and the first since 1953, according to ESPN Stats and Info. The two exhausted teams will be hoping for a more normal outing in the crucial Game 4, which will live stream from Portland.

To find out how to watch a live stream of the Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers fourth game of their semifinal NBA Western Conference Playoff series, see the streaming info at the bottom of this article. The matchup gets underway at 4 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time at the 19,980-seat Moda Center at the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon, on Sunday, May 5.

That start time is 7 p.m. Eastern Daylight and 6 p.m. Central. In the United Kingdom, tip-off takes place at midnight British Summer Time on Sunday night.

Amazingly, the Nuggets blew leads with just seconds remaining in three of the four overtimes, as well as with about a minute remaining in regulation time, according to stats posted to Twitter by Washington Post basketball writer Ben Golliver.

Overall, the three-hour, 35-minute epic saw 24 lead changes and 18 ties, as recorded by NBA.com. Denver’s Nikola Jokic scored a triple-double, with 33 points, 18 rebounds, and 14 assists — but his most remarkable stat was the 64 minutes, 58 seconds he spent on the floor.

“That’s unheard of — ridiculous,” Denver Coach Mike Malone said after the game. “I can’t ask him to do that. That’s too many minutes.”

C.J. McCollum celebrates.
CJ McCollum had a game-high 41 for the Portland Trail Blazers in the Game Three quadruple overtime thriller. Steve Dykes / Getty Images

To watch the Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers NBA Western Conference semifinal playoff matchup live stream online from Oregon, access the streaming video provided by Watch TNT or download the Watch TNT app to watch a live stream on mobile devices. Watch TNT also streams live on the Amazon Fire TV set-top streaming device, allowing fans to watch the Nuggets vs. Blazers Game 4 streaming live to their TV sets.

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For fans who want to stream the Denver-Portland clash for free without cable login credentials, a feed from TNT Overtime will also stream at the above link, or on most mobile devices. TNT Overtime allows fans to choose and switch between any one of four camera angles on the game, or to watch all four at the same time in a mosaic view.

Another way to watch the live stream for free and without a cable subscription is for fans to sign up for a free trial of an internet “streaming TV” package such as DirecTV Now, Sling TV, or YouTube TV. Those services require credit card information and subscription fees, but each offers a seven-day free trial. That means during the weeklong period, fans can watch the Denver-Portland game (and other NBA Playoff games nearly every day) for free.

To watch the Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers Game 4 live stream in the United Kingdom, NBA League Pass has the stream, though the service requires a subscription fee.