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Elliot Williams and teammate LaMarcus Aldridge talk about the 6-5 guard's "swag," plus watch Williams in action at last season's exhibition game in Seattle.
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McMillan, clearly excited to be back and ready to get started, says he likes his roster, even if there are some question marks.
The Portland Trail Blazers will not use the amnesty clause on All-Star guard Brandon Roy.
Blazers team president told the Oregonian late Monday that "we expect Brandon to be a part of this team when the season starts."
Roy, who has $63 million remaining on his contract, has had multiple operations that have left him without cartilage in both knees.
A three-time All-Star...
Last time I mentioned the current state of Brandon Roy and the Portland Trailblazers on these blogwaves it appeared an epic run together, that once looked as promising as any in the Association, was coming to a close.
There were reports of Portland's plans to use the Amnesty Clause on Roy immediately, not even bringing him into the facility for training camp, and the heroic...
Ever since the 2007 draft, the Portland Trail Blazers have been all-in on Greg Oden. They’ve stuck it out through injuries and missed games. He’s only played 82 games in his four-year career, and hasn’t even seen the floor since December of 2009. Despite all this, it looks like the Blazers still want him. Blazers reporter Jason Quick says Oden is going to sign a one-year deal...
In the offseason the Blazers power forward added muscle and dropped body fat with the help of a nutritionist.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Center Greg Oden's agent says the often-injured former No. 1 draft pick will sign the Portland Trail Blazers' $8.9 million qualifying offer on Friday.
Agent Bill Duffy confirmed that Oden would sign the one-year deal on Friday, when the team opens training camp.
The deal means that Oden will become an unrestricted free agent after this season.
Good news for all you die hard Portland Trail Blazers fans. Brandon Roy, walking or not, seems to be safe to remain with the team this year.
Short of his legs falling off, the Blazers sound like they are not going to use the “amnesty clause” on Roy.
That is a big risk if you ask me because waiving Roy would save owner Paul Allen more than $15 million in luxury tax this season...
Portland Trailblazers blogger Jason Green reports on the possibilities of center Greg Oden leaving via free agency for the Miami Heat in 2011/12. He is the former #1 pick that reminds Portland fans of Sam Bowie, but he has the tools to be a great player. Miami's GM Pat Riley has shown he can make impossible deals. Time will tell.
Greg Oden will be staying in Portland for at least another season, reports the Oregonian: “The free agent center will sign a one-year qualifying offer with the Trail Blazers on Friday according to agent Bill Duffy. Oden, who turns 24 in January, will be paid $8.9 million this season. Starting Friday, Oden was eligible to receive free agent offers from other teams, after which...
You may have seen this on Twitter last night after it broke, but it appears as if the Portland Trail Blazers will not be using their Amnesty Clause out on Brandon Roy. This can be seen as somewhat of a surprise move, considering that as last as last week, all signs pointed to Roy’s days [...]
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The Portland Trail Blazers have promoted advance scout Larry Greer to assistant coach, and added former guard Dan Dickau as a player development assistant. Blazers head coach Nate McMillan also announced that he has retained assistants Bernie Bickerstaff, Bob Ociepka, Buck Williams, Kaleb Canales and Dean Cooper.