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The Blazers open the lockout-shortened season at home against Jrue Holiday and the 76ers at 7 p.m. Monday.
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Marcus Camby will start tonight against the 76ers, who are a "very athletic team" that "gets up and down the floor," according to coach Nate McMillan.
Trail Blazers head coach Nate McMillan talks about Portland's 107-103 win over the Philadelphia 76ers in the season opener.
The rugged forward, in his first full season as a Blazer, will be a key to success as the team opens the season Monday against Philadelphia.
Bobcats fans are going to just read this nod in agreement. Bobcats front office members, too. Stephen Jackson admitted last season when Charlotte traded Gerald Wallace to Portland he pretty much mentally checked out from the Bobcats. Here are the quotes, via Rock Bonnell at the Charlotte Observer. “When Gerald left, I really left,’’ Jackson…
The NBA's labor dispute did little to dampen the enthusiasm of those at the Rose Garden for the delayed start of the 2011-12 season.
Turnovers are one of the major reasons the Eagles will be sitting at home just like the rest of us when the playoffs start. It’s also the main reason the Sixers lost the first game of their season to the Portland Trailblazers.
Last night Philadelphia started out their regular season with a 107-103 loss to the [...]
The 76’ers tried to run with the Portland Trailblazers early in their season opener, only to have it cost them in the end. The host Blazers, energized by the opening night home crowd jumped on the visiting Sixers with an array of dunks, layups and offensive rebounding that set the tone in their 107-103 victory [...]
That's the story Williams told reporters in the locker room prior to tonight's season-opener against the Trail Blazers in Portland, anyway. According to the Philadelphia Daily News, Williams said a man approached him as his car was stopped on a Philly street on Christmas Eve, knocked on the car's window, and brandished a gun. The man...
With the NBA seemingly thin on talent at the center position, Phoenix's Robin Lopez and Philadelphia's Spencer Hawes appeared to be two more big busts after disappointing 2010-11 seasons.
Each 7-footer showed in this week's opener he still could end up being a major contributor, though only one can help his team get its first victory as the Suns host the 76ers on Wednesday...
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A pair of early unbeatens collide tonight in the Rose City, as the Portland Trail Blazers play host to the Sacramento Kings.