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On the day the Blazers were supposed to play their first road game, we look back at another Nov. 4 in franchise history -- Nov. 4, 2010.
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Yes, this is a story about Portland Trail Blazers' Greg Oden, but please save the Sam Bowie jokes (Bill Russell and Benjamin Button jokes are totally fine though). As most know, Oden is a restricted free agent once the lockout is over. Portland has made an $8.8 million offer to Oden, which if he signs means he'd be an unrestricted free agent next season.
The last time we...
Aldridge's game at the Chiles Center will mirror others in NBA cities that have loyal fans.
On the day that the Blazers would have opened the 2011-12 season, the Rose Garden will be dark and fans will be left with old movies and memories.
Northwest hoops blogger Steve Lee had a day dream the other day, or was it a nightmare. As the Portland Trailblazers welcomed the Denver Nuggets in for their 2011/12 home opener. Did it really happen? The stadium and the game remain locked out, at least until the end of November and most likely beyond. No Brandon Roy, LaMarcus Aldridge, or Greg Oden...yet.
On the day the Blazers were supposed to open the regular season, we look back at another Nov. 3 in franchise history -- Nov. 3, 1989.
We wouldn’t exactly call it airing dirty laundry, but Shaquille O’Neal is definitely getting a few things off his chest now that he’s retired. We aren’t hearing anything new. It’s just that O’Neal is making no mistake about anything: he had some serious problems with Kobe, he left Pat Riley on really bad terms, and [...]