Found December 13, 2011 on
Portland Trail Blazers fans react to the signing of veteran free agent Kurt Thomas.
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Pretty sad. This is what Greg Oden looked like at the Portland Trail Blazers media day. His doctors cleared him last Thursday to start expanding his rehabilitation until he suffered a set back Friday that will likely put his 2011-2012 season in jeopardy. The Trail Blazers had to restructure his contract to fit the set back. Oden hasn't played a game in more than two...
So what if the Blazers just lost Brandon Roy to early retirement? Greg Oden is Back baby!
I seriously don’t think you could come up with a picture that encapsulates a player’s career more than this one. Maybe if you had Maurice Clarrett inside one of those oversized 10 foot Martini glasses, but that’s it.
Known for his methodical offense in recent seasons, coach Nate McMillan has shortened the shot clock in practice to better use Felton's skills.
The Blazers' starting power forward will be examined by doctors on Thursday to evaluate the medical procedure he underwent last week.
Trail Blazers fans react to Greg Oden's latest setback in his knee rehabilitation.
Nate McMillan, forward Nicolas Batum and new point guard Raymond Felton talk about what Felton brings to the offense following practice Monday.
Trail Blazers fans continue to react to the retirement of Brandon Roy.
ESPN.com reports Wallace would end up in Orlando and Portland would receive multiple first-round picks as part of the exchange.
Brandon Roy retired from professional basketball last week, at the age of 27 and after just five seasons in the NBA. He has, he told the Portland Trail Blazers, "degenerative knees." More »
The Portland Trail Blazers have agreed to terms with forward/center Kurt Thomas. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Thomas, 39, holds career averages of 8.6 points (48.6 FG%), 6.9 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 16 seasons with Miami, Dallas, New York, Phoenix, Seattle, San Antonio, Milwaukee and Chicago.
“We’re excited to be adding [...]
Coach Nate McMillan will used all of training camp to decide who will back up starter Raymond Felton.
NBA.com's David Aldridge reports the Blazers are one of four teams "in hottest pursuit" of the free agent guard.
Usually NBA season previews are best read in October, back when football games hardly mattered, Midnight Madness was a few weeks away, and baseball was winding down. Perhaps with the last of the offseason's iced tea in hand, as you whiled away on a too-warm-for-the-season afternoon.
Well, pour yourself a glass of bull shot and tighten those mittens, because it's mid-December...
So, there we were on the first day of training camp. Or, as you've probably heard it nicknamed by now, Black Friday.
The Trail Blazers had just gotten the word that LaMarcus Aldridge