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Minnesota might be among the teams interested if the Blazers decide to waive him to gain luxury tax relief.
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Is it time for the Portland Trail Blazers to cut bait with Brandon Roy? It looks like they are, according to a tweet from John Canzano, radio and television personality in the area. Blazers appear ready to exercise amnesty on Brandon Roy…. Hoping they take a longer look at him before they do it. Roy…
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Portland Trail Blazers fans discuss the fate of Brandon Roy as a decision about the amnesty clause looms.
As many pointed out on Twitter yesterday, if the Lakers got both Dwight Howard and Chris Paul, they might as well start the next lockout immediately. We aren’t trying to rain on anyone’s “end of the lockout” parade. Quite frankly, we don’t believe it’ll happen either. But it’s a thought, a thought that a few [...]
High-paid veterans such as Baron Davis, Brandon Roy and Rashard Lewis could be waived under new 'amnesty' provision, but the process for signing such players does not favor big-payroll teams like Lakers.So the Lakers want to sign a veteran player who is waived by another team?
John Canzano of The Oregonian: The whisper at One Center Court is that Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen won't bother to take one last look at Brandon Roy before he goes amnesty clause on the guy who won all those games for him. Here's hoping Allen does. And that the longest look is into Roy's eyes. "Brandon's out," a league executive told me Monday. "...