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Adam Morrison won America’s heart while playing for college basketball’s perennial Cinderella, Gonzaga. Unfortunately, he has not had the same effect on NBA general managers, and he is now without basketball-related employment.
With no NBA team in need — or want — of his services, Morrison is going back on his original statement that he would retire if he did not make the Trailblazers this season by turning his eyes back toward Europe. The former NCAA Player of the Year played in Serbia and Turkey last season after being cut by the Lakers after the 2009-10 season.
“We are looking for a good Euroleague or Eurocup situation for [Adam],” said Brad Ames of Priority Sports Management, according to Sportando. “If we don’t have anything [from Europe] over the next few weeks, Adam will consider the D-League for call-up opportunities.”
Morrison’s most productive season as a pro was his rookie year with the Bobcats. Morrison averaged 11.8 points and 2.9 rebounds in 29.8 minutes per game. He w...
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J.J. Hickson has been outstanding as the starting center for the Portland Trail Blazers this season. He is averaging 10.8 points, 11.3 rebounds and has exceeded the expectations of those who thought his 6’9” frame would be a hindrance when it came to his success on the low block.
So why exactly would the team move him aside for rookie center Meyers Leonard...
Damian Lillard, one of two outstanding picks by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2012 NBA Draft, has started his NBA career off on a high note, at least through four games.
The young point guard from Weber State has been impressive so far as he has shown all it takes to be a standout point guard at the NBA level.
Though there is always room for improvement, Lillard...
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The Portland Trail Blazers returned to the court last week to kick off the 2012-13 NBA season, and so returns my weekly Rick’s Picks column.
I know you missed it.
Portland opened the new season in stunning fashion, going 2-2 over their first four games, with one of the wins being notched in the incredibly hyped home opener against the Los Angeles Lakers...
The Portland Trail Blazers are coming back home following a 1-2 road trip that saw them put together one brilliant second-half comeback while collapsing in the fourth quarters of the other two contests.
Matchup: Portland (2-2) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (3-2)
Venue: Rose Garden Arena
Time: 7:30 PM PT
Date: Nov. 8, 2012
The Blazers may have home-court advantage on their side...
What kind of player was Damian Lillard going to be in the NBA? Was he worth a high first round pick? These are the questions the Portland Trail Blazers had to contend with when they were making their picks, and it looks like they made the right choice.
Let’s examine the local media covering the PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS. Newspaper- The Oregonian is the city’s local newspaper. It’s sports section has space dedicated to the Trail Blazers. Beat reporters Jason Quick (Twitter), Joe Freeman (Twitter), Mike Tokito (Twitter) and Sean Meagher (Twitter) have the Blazers covered. Columnist John Canzano (Twitter) will also have a take
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