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In his first comments on the Blazers in nearly two years, the owner also touches on why he fired Kevin Pritchard and Rich Cho, and says he doesn't expect to hire Chad Buchanan as the permanent general manager
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Portland Trail Blazers blogger Matt Martz tells us five things us fans of the Portland Trail Blazers should watch for. Including to bring a title home to "Rip City" ranking high on the ole Christmas Wish List. LaMarcus Aldridge, Greg Oden, and Marcus Camby will welcome in old man river Kurt Thomas, but another big man is still needed in Oregon.
The Trailblazers have waived 30-year old center Earl Barron. Barron played in 2 games (1 start) for the Trailblazers last year and he averaged 18.5 minutes, 3.5 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. He has now played in 110 games (28 starts) in his career with the Blazers and he is averaging 15.2 minutes, 5.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and 0.5 assists per game. Barron got caught...
The three Blazers backcourt players distribute and score as Portland tops Utah 110-90.
The Blazers reach out to Batum's agent to say they plan on beginning extension talks around Jan. 1.
Plus, Eilliot Williams and Nolan Smith split backcourt shifts; Williams officially a rookie; Chris Johnson-Earl Barron battle update.
How much would you pay for a particular number on your basketball jersey? $50 bucks? $100 bucks? Well for new Portland Trail Blazers guard Jamal Crawford, having the number 11 on his new jersey cost him a whopping $12,000.
That's right, Crawford dished out a large amount of dough to new teammate Luke Babbitt (who wore 11 for Portland) so he can keep on sporting the number as...
The Blazers owner, who hasn't spoken publicly about his team in nearly two years, says he has no plans to sell, is in good health, and his days of big spending are over. He also says he does not expect Chad Buchanan to become permanent general manager
The Portland Trail Blazers opened a new season Monday at The Rose Garden with a new brand of basketball and several new players. The pace was faster and the outcome was entertaining. The Oregonian's Joe Freeman says there should be...
Paul Allen was emphatic: He's not selling the Portland Trail Blazers.
The NBA returns to Portland as the Blazers take on the Jazz in a preseason game at the Rose Garden. Follow the game in our live chat, with tipoff set for 7 p.m. Monday.
The Blazers show a real dedication to their new style of play in their exhibition opener.