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LaMarcus Aldridge underwent hip surgery in May, which eliminated him from consideration for the Olympic team, but as he revealed on his Blazers.com blog (dubbed L.A.’s Rehab Central) on Friday, he came down with something last Saturday that could have eliminated him from more than the Olympics. L.A. explains the scary details:
On Saturday I came down with a blood virus. I quickly...
Portland Trail Blazer forward LaMarcus Aldridge has been going through rehab since his hip surgery in May and although he reports he no longer needs crutches, is gaining mobility and started strengthening activity, he was hospitalized with a deadly blood virus. This comes from his blog LA’s Rehab Central: But, this past week was a [...]
One week ago, to no knowledge of anyone besides those closest to LaMarcus Aldridge and members of the Portland Trailblazers organization, the power forward checked himself into the hospital feeling incredibly sick, thinking he may have only food poisoning or an extremely bad cold. But no no no, he has a deadly blood virus. Here [...]
LaMarcus Aldridge was hospitalized for two days last Saturday due to a blood virus.
There was something missing from the Portland Trail Blazers this year. It was evident late in games: There was nobody driving to the basket and getting to the free-throw line. There were no arms flailing, no screams reaching the rafters as the ball sailed aimlessly overhead.
There was no Brandon Roy.
As the NBA’s unabated flopping continues to run rampant through the league,...
The Portland Trail Blazers are the draft lottery’s biggest winners behind the New Orleans Hornets, as they now officially own the No. 6 and No. 11 picks in 2012 NBA draft.
Knowing where Portland will be picking this summer, the question now becomes, what do the Blazers do with these picks as they head into one of the most important summers in franchise history?
It is not a secret that every single Portland Trail Blazers’ fan out there is watching someone else's team in the playoffs, or perhaps not at all.
What is a secret, to the men and women over at One Center Court anyway, is how those teams have succeeded where Portland has failed for more than a decade.
Oklahoma City (formerly Seattle), and the San Antonio Spurs, have...