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The Jeff Hornacek era started on a perfect note as the Suns were able to able on to beat the Blazers in their Vegas Summer League opener, 82-69, on Saturday night.


Greg Oden to meet with NBA teams

Oft-injured big man Greg Oden reportedly is scheduled to meet face-to-face with officials from three NBA teams in Las Vegas on Monday.

Portland Trail Blazers: 5 Questions entering Las Vegas summer league

Back to Vegas The Portland Trail Blazers are set to enter the Las Vegas Summer League, and while fans can be excited that the NBA has returned, there are a few questions we’ll have in mind as the competition begins. The first question, which we won’t include below, is: Can the Blazers win the Las Vegas Summer League championship? We’ll skip over the answer for now, as the sad...

NBA Predictions: Portland’s opening night roster

Clearing out the depth chart As we traverse through the summer we get closer to the 2013/14 NBA opening night. The closer things get, the more Portland’s roster begins to take shape. The Trail Blazers have picked up a lot of players this offseason, and they might not be done. There’s a lot of depth here, and unfortunately that means some guys won’t make it through the summer...

Neil Olshey Placing Job In The Hands Of Meyers Leonard

The Portland Trail Blazers had their opportunities.  J.J. Hickson was allowed to leave, eventually signing with Denver.  Gorgui Dieng was still available at number ten in the 2013 NBA Draft.  The Blazers passed on him and instead selected Jeff Withey, the center out of Kansas in the second round.  But Neil Olshey turned Withey, regarded by many scouts as the best interior defender...

Wesley Johnson joins Lakers, leaves Suns

Despite the fact that he’s still fairly young and began to flourish late in the season last year, the Suns declined to re-sign shooting guard Wesley Johnson this summer, allowing the Lakers to pick him up Saturday, according to Los Angeles Time Lakers beat writer Mike Bresnahan.

Suns' Len has surgery on stress fracture in ankle

Suns center Alex Len, the fifth overall pick in June's NBA draft, underwent surgery on his right ankle Friday, but the team said he should be ready for the start of the season. The 20-year-old Len, who played collegiately at Maryland, had surgery for a stress fracture in his left ankle following a sophomore season in which he averaged 11.9 points and 7.8 rebounds, and he was...

Suns Beat Blazers 82-69 Despite McCollum's 22 Points

The Phoenix Suns defeated the Portland Trail Blazers by a final score of 82-69 in Summer League play on Saturday. Markieff Morris with 18 points on 7-for-15 shooting and five rebounds. C.J. McCollum had 22 points, three rebounds and four assists.

Should the Wizards Consider Greg Oden?

Remember Greg Oden? He was the first overall pick in the 2007 NBA draft out of Ohio State University for the Portland Trailblazers. He was selected before Kevin Durant.  It’s no secret that the Wizards have struggled to find a long term option at center for what seems like more than 30 years.  The team has found talent, but they’ve either traded that talent away, had that talent...

Report: Wesley Johnson Agrees To 1-Year Deal With Lakers

According to ESPN, Wesley Johnson has agreed to a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. The 26-year-old forward averaged 8 points and 2.5 rebounds in 19 minutes per game for the Suns this season. The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to a one-year contract with small forward Wesley Johnson, a league source confirmed to’s Dave McMenamin. Johnson’s deal...

C.J. McCollum hits crazy teardrop shot during Las Vegas Summer League

In terms of the most creative effort from Saturday in the Las Vegas Summer League, it has to go to Portland Trail Blazer guard C.J. McCollum. In the second quarter of the Blazers loss to the Phoenix Suns, McCollum put together one incredible dribbling effort that ended with an amazing teardrop shot: Clearly, he’s gets a 10.0 on the shot but about a 6.8 on the dribbling.
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