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Mehmet Okur is unable to play due to a bad back, but he intends to seek an NBA deal in the offseason.
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Some people say the Blazers are cursed because of the injuries they have suffered through the years. Marcus Camby says some of the team's players agree.
Greg Oden’s release by the Portland Trail Blazers may be the final chapter in what has been one of the most hard-luck stories in all of sports. We have seen athlete’s bodies betray them like before like in the case of Ernie Davis and Lou Gehrig but Oden’s has been a very unusual situation that
The Portland Trail Blazers have been looking for their next point guard of the future for some time now, and in a draft day deal last summer, the team thought they had found that player in Raymond Felton.
Averaging career lows all over the stat sheet, though, and being out of shape for most of the regular season, Felton’s future with the team wasn’t even certain beyond the March...
The Blazers new G.M. needs to suspend the notion that Portland can build around LaMarcus Aldridge and become a contender. Aldridge is not a player that you can build around – he is a nice complementary piece to a championship puzzle – but LaMarcus Aldridge will never be “The Man”. Aldridge is basically the same player he was five seasons ago, except that he has added a more...
The Portland Trailblazers have essentially fired everybody over last twelve months. Their General Manager was pink-slipped last May, their Coach was axed in March, and they even cut the last player they picked number one overall this season too. All this in addition to Brandon Roy being forced to retire, Raymond Felton playing horribly, and Marcus Camby being dealt along with Gerald...
The Portland Trail Blazers haven’t done so well when it comes to injuries, especially with the knees. They have experienced problems with guys like Bill Walton, Sam Bowie, Greg Oden, and Brandon Roy. Then it just recently came to LaMarcus Aldridge, who had season-ending surgery on his knee.
It looks like they just can’t catch a break.
For Marcus Camby, he thinks along with several...