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"Joel is a hard worker, a great teammate and a player that does the little things to help you win, all qualities that will help us down the stretch run," acting GM Chad Buchanan says.
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Przybilla talks about why he chose the Blazers, where he's at physically and what he hopes to contribute to the team this season.
Since the days of Bill Walton it seems like the Portland Trail Blazers have been cursed by injuries to their stars. Either injuries or bad apples in the locker room. The latest blow to the Blazers has been Greg Oden's latest setback trying to recover from knee surgery, which will probably end his Blazers career and put his NBA career in serious jeopardy.
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With a superstar like LaMarcus Aldridge and solid role players surrounding that player, it is a wonder why the Portland Trail Blazers are only 18-16 at the midway point of the NBA season. On the other hand, the Phoenix Suns at 14-20 are clearly overachieving with their roster, however not enough to make the playoffs anytime soon. The Suns are clearly in rebuilding mode and the Blazers...
A report surfaced Tuesday that the three-time NBA All-Star has been receiving treatment on his balky knees in hope of a return to the court.
Former All-Star and Trail Blazer Brandon Roy told EuroBasket today in an interview he wants to “leave the window open to returning to basketball.” This comes about 10 weeks after Portland used its amnesty clause to allow Roy to retire in December after five years and three All-Star appearances. He was left, however, with knee [...]
As second half of season begins, Trail Blazers hope to recapture the magic they briefly had at the start of the lockout-shortened season.
As if the Charlotte Bobcats could afford any additional injury woes, there was fear over the All-Star break that small forward Corey Maggette might have a torn meniscus that would…Click to Continue »
LaMarcus Aldridge believes he would have been the odd man out in Portland had Brandon Roy's knees held up and Greg Oden remained healthy.
The Charlotte Bobcats are hoping a healthier start to the second half will get them a little closer to avoiding a dubious NBA mark.
Leading scorer Gerald Henderson is expected to return for the Bobcats as they visit the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night.
Charlotte (4-28) is on pace for one of the worst winning percentages in NBA history after laboring through an injury-plagued...
With the 2012 Mid-American Conference Tournament on the horizon, Ohio Women's Basketball hits the road for its last regular-season game of the year. The Bobcats will take on the rival Miami RedHawks at 7 p.m. on Tuesday night. Grant Burkhardt will be broadcasting the game live on WOUB-AM 1340 and through a live link on OhioBobcats.com.