Found December 19, 2011 on Yahoo! Sports:
Paul Allen is emphatic: He has no plans to sell the Portland Trail Blazers. In a rare and wide-ranging discussion with reporters on Monday night, the Blazers' billionaire owner shot down recent talk that he is planning to sell the team in the near future. He would not, however, say how long he will keep the Blazers.
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