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The fire sale continues in Portland. As the Trail Blazers have finalized a deal with the Houston Rockets that will send soon to be 38 year old center, Marcus Camby, to the Rockets in exchange for a 2nd round draft pick, former Uconn center Hasheem Thabeet and former Syracuse Orange point guard, Johnny Flynn.
Camby should serve as a useful tool to the Rockets who have already put together a pretty nice season. It’s unclear whether or not he’ll start, but Camby and Dalembert on the interior should prove to be hard to get inside the paint against.
This trade comes shortly after Portland sent small forward, Gerald Wallace, to the New Jersey Nets. It seems as if they’re still working diligently at moving Jamal Crawford, but with the deadline inching closer, it may prove to be a tough task.
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Marcus Camby was slightly frustrated after watching Raymond Felton commit yet another turnover. In great tackling form he took out his frustrations on poor Landry Fields. Being down by 30 points early in the third probably didn’t make matters any better.
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The Rockets have made a deadline deal for Marcus Camby.
The Rockets will send former second overall pick Hasheem Thabeet and former sixth overall pick Johnny Flynn to Portland for the 37 year old Camby.
The Rockets also send a second round pick they received from Minnesota in a draft night deal.
The Rockets have agreed to acquire Marcus Camby from the Blazers, according to a source. Houston will send expiring contracts of Jonny Flynn, Hasheem Thabeet and a 2nd round pick.Via Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports (via Twitter)
The Lakers have traded Derek Fisher and a first round pick to the Rockets for Jordan Hill.The pick sent to Houston was acquired by the Lakers from the...
The Houston Rockets acquired veteran center Marcus Camby and point guard Derek Fisher in separate trades Thursday.Houston received Camby from the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for center Hasheem Thabeet, point guard Jonny Flynn and a second-round draft pick.The Rockets also swung a deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, shipping forward Jordan Hill to Tinsletown for Fisher and a...
First reported by Marc J. Spears on Yahoo Blazers will acquire center Hasheem Thabeet and guard Jonny Flynn from Houston for center Marcus Camby! We also note Houston gets their big man, and one of the best defensive centers in the game. Camby is averaging 10 rebounds a game in 24.5 minutes at age 37.Houston also sends a 2012 second-round pick (via Minnesota) to Portland to complete...
A person familiar with the deal says the Houston Rockets have acquired center Marcus Camby from Portland and Derek Fisher and a 2012 first-round pick from the Los Angeles Lakers in separate trades.
The Rockets are sending point guard Jonny Flynn, center Hasheem Thabeet and a second-round pick to the Trail Blazers and forward Jordan Hill to the Lakers. The person spoke Thursday on...
With the arrival of spring just days away, the Portland Trail Blazers decided to conduct a rather extreme spring-cleaning on Thursday according to the “Oregonian“ as the team traded forward Gerald Wallace to the New Jersey Nets, center Marcus Camby to the Houston Rockets and fired head coach Nate McMillan in his seventh season running the team. Assistant coach Kaleb Canales...
HOUSTON Dwight Howard opted to remain in Orlando while the Nets initiated the process of surrounding Deron Williams with legitimate talent as opposed to diving headlong into another rebuilding project.
As the NBA trade deadline approached, the Rockets appeared poised to end the proceedings empty-handed and with a roster epitomizing mediocrity. But then general manager Daryl Morey...
A recent 3-7 slide into 12th in the Western Conference was all General Manager Chad Buchanan needed to begin rebuilding for the future.
At the trade deadline on Thursday, the Blazers first sent forward Gerald Wallace away to the New Jersey Nets, acquiring forward/center Mehmet Okur and forward Shawne Williams, and a pair of expiring contracts that are not expected to be retained...
The NBA trade deadline passed at 3pm ET on Thursday and surprisingly there weren’t as many deals made as expected. Dwight Howard signed an agreement saying he won’t opt out of his contract after the season, so he stayed with the Magic. However, Orlando failed to acquire any additional help. The Lakers and Blazers were two big movers on Thursday.
The Lakers got a new point guard...
Five things I'm thinking about this weekend while wondering what happened to all my favorite TruTV shows.
1. Something that seems true (and totally is): It's time to turn off
Chappelle's Show, because your 2002 Houston Rockets are making a playoff push.
I am sure that is where Marcus Camby and Derek Fisher are leading the franchise, and I'm willing to bet my Linkin...
Say it. Tell us all how you “called this one.”
Oh? No one? No one saw this coming?
No one looked ahead and saw the Blazers pouring their season in to a toilet, piece by piece, and holding down the flush lever with such a force that there would be no misunderstanding their meaning?
Well, in earnest, how could you? How could you have foreseen a professional sports...
The Portland Trail Blazers are moving on a day after making major changes.
The Trail Blazers fired coach Nate McMillan, waived former No. 1 selection Greg Oden and traded Marcus Camby and Gerald Wallace on Thursday.
Interim head coach Kaleb Canales, who is the youngest coach in the NBA at age 34, is still going through his same routine.
Before Friday's game against Chicago...
Another Dreadful Performance
It has become almost commonplace of late, but the Portland TrailBlazers put up another dreadful performance last night. The Indiana Pacers led by as many as 30 points in the fourth quarter before clearing the bench and letting the Blazers cut the final margin to 17.
BOXSCORE | RECAP
Indiana 92, Portland Trailblazers 75
When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, March...
With the trades of Gerald Wallace (New Jersey) and Marcus Camby, as well as the dismissal of head coach Nate McMillan, the team has entered a much-needed rebuilding mode. For a team that had so much promise just a few seasons ago, injuries and front office upheaval have left this team a shell of its projected future dominance. Brandon Roy has retired, and Greg Oden has now been waived...