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The Portland Trail Blazers have parted ways with longtime athletic trainer Jay Jensen. Jensen served as the Blazers’ trainer for 19 years. Jensen came under scrutiny in recent years after Greg Oden and Brandon Roy had their careers compromised because of knee injuries.
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