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Though now playing for the Portland Trail Blazers, veteran center Marcus Camby still has fond memories and strong ties to Denver. Nuggets.com caught up with the former Nuggets big man to get his thoughts on his 16th NBA season and his charitable efforts in Colorado.
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Brandon Roy sadly had to retire from the NBA prior to the season due to ongoing problems with his knees, but now he says that a comeback isn’t out of the question (news that was a total surprise to the Portland Trailblazers.) From Eurobasket: “It’s hard being away from the game. Don’t be surprised if you see Brandon Roy make his way back to the court.’ The five-year...
Mac 10 Continues To Hold Court In The Northwest
Born: August 3, 1964
Place: Raleigh, NC
Position: SG/SF (Seattle SuperSonics 1986-1998, #10 retired by the franchise
Player Stats: 796 games, 5.9 points, 6.1 assists, 4.0 rebounds
Head Coach: Seattle SuperSonics 2000-2005, Portland Trail Blazers 2005-Present)
Coaching Stats: Regular Season: 921 games, 476 W – 445 L, .517...
A report surfaced Tuesday that the three-time NBA All-Star has been receiving treatment on his balky knees in hope of a return to the court.
Mile High Defeat
The Portland Trail Blazers didn’t start out the second half of the season on a good note last night. Instead, they went to Denver and were beaten by a short-handed Nuggets team. Portland trailed by double digits almost all game before getting as close as six in the fourth quarter.
In the end, Denver won 104-95.
BOXSCORE | My POST GAME NOTES
Denver 104, Portland...
Former All-Star and Trail Blazer Brandon Roy told EuroBasket today in an interview he wants to “leave the window open to returning to basketball.” This comes about 10 weeks after Portland used its amnesty clause to allow Roy to retire in December after five years and three All-Star appearances. He was left, however, with knee [...]
Beast of the Night: Jamal Crawford finished with 21 points, five rebounds, five assists, one steal, two blocks and five threes in his second consecutive start last night. He shot 53 percent (8-15) from the floor and had one turnover. Crawford looks set to continue being the Blazers’ starting point guard, relegating the struggling Raymond [...]
By Jim Brewer, Suns.com
Posted: March 12, 2004
As the legend goes, then-Suns assistant coach Lionel Hollins was walking off the court in the old Portland Memorial Coliseum, immediately following the Suns’ elimination from the 1992 NBA Playoffs at the hands of the bigger, tougher Trail Blazers.
“What we need is a Charles Barkley,” Hollins muttered.
Some one month later...
"We got outworked, we got outplayed and they beat us in every aspect of the game," Gerald Wallace said.
Posted: July 20, 2007
The Phoenix Suns today traded center Kurt Thomas and two future first-round draft picks to the Seattle SuperSonics for a future conditional second-round pick. In addition to salary cap relief, the trade leaves Phoenix with an $8 million trade exception for their use in future dealings.
“We are doing everything we can to keep our core group together...
The Blazers return from the All-Star break to take on division-rival Denver at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The Miami Heat and their Big Three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh visit the Rose Garden at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
A pair of Northwest Division rivals collide tonight in the Rocky Mountains, where the Denver Nuggets will host the Portland Trail Blazers at the Pepsi Center.
By Anne M. Peterson
Posted: April 22, 2010
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- It has been that kind of season for the Portland Trail Blazers: Hope for the best but expect the worst.
On Wednesday, the oft-injured Blazers got some better-than-expected news about starting forward Nicolas Batum. An MRI showed he strained his right shoulder and was questionable for Game 3 of the first-round playoff...