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The Blazers power forward could also land a spot on the U.S. Olympic team.

NBA All-Star notebook: LaMarcus Aldridge gets good feedback on "Portlandia" guest spot

The Blazers forward gets thumbs ups from his Twitter followers.

Blazers All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge: The last pillar standing

Brandon Roy is retired and Greg Oden just underwent another microfracture surgery. That leaves LaMarcus Aldridge as the only member of what was supposed to be the Blazers' Big Three.

Kevin Love, Blake Griffin, LaMarcus Aldridge form a new wave of All-Star power forwards in West

The absence of such All-Star perennials as Tim Duncan and Pau Gasol clears the way for a new group.

Lakers reportedly have eyes for Raymond Felton, Michael Beasley

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Lakers Eyeing Raymond Felton, Michael Beasley?

Both Felton and Beasley have expiring contracts, and let’s face it—both don’t fit with their current team. The Lakers have a hefty trade exception from when they dealt Lamar Odom. It’s still speculation, but L.A. is likely to upgrade (at least at point guard) before the trade deadline. From Roland Lazenby: “I hear they want both Felton and Beasley. That’s their goal...

Make It Rain: The True Story Of Portland Sports Fashion

You’re a big, brawny sports reader, I get that. You’re probably here for a mid-season report on the Blazers, or for the first updates on the Mariners. Sorry bub, but we’ve got more pressing matters to cover: Portland’s often terrible fashion scene and the role that the state’s sports scene plays in it. The first part of the puzzle is recognizing that the city itself has...

How would you grade the Trail Blazers' first half of the season? (poll)

The 18-16 Blazers are currently 8th in the Western Conference -- the exact same record they had at this point last season.

Sports Guy Kyle - Episode 1

In the premiere episode of Sports Guy Kyle, Kyle Hubler talks about why Elliot Williams should have a bigger role on the Trail Blazers.  

Midseason Oscar And Razzie Awards For The Trail Blazers

We’re only halfway through the season and Blazer fans have already gone through the 5 stages of grief more times than a character from a Cormac McCarthy novel. Thus far it’s been a season defined by a tragic retirement, road futility, eye rolling surgeries, role confusion and tumultuous times. In other words the All-Star break couldn’t come sooner for a Portland team that...

Bellybuster Part 5: "Puppet"

Fifth in a series of installments documenting my failed political ambitions, my warped sensibilities, and my Portland Trail Blazers. 1. The days that followed my Rose Garden eviction at the hands of Larry Miller's henchmen were uneventful, but I still found myself in a foul and combative ardor. I couldn't think of any conceivable reason why Larry Miller would have...

Roy, Oden Injuries Gave Aldridge Opportunity To Prove Worth

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.

Answer to Bobcat's decline? GM says patience.

Rich Cho has been there, in a remarkably similar way, at Oklahoma City.Click to Continue »

State Of The Trailblazers: Weekly Notebook | February 23rd

Blazers All Access Not Everything Comes Up Smelling Like Roses *Due to the short All-Star week, we will add the Blazers two games from this week into the notebook* Feb 14 vs. Washington:  124-109 L (FUGLY) Feb 15 @ Golden State:  93-91 W (UGLY) Feb 16 vs. LA Clippers:  74-71 L (BAD) Feb 18 vs. Atlanta – GOOD vs. Wizards Considering that three of four games were being hosted...

Joel Przybilla passes physical, will join the Trail Blazers

The 7-foot-1 center will be signed Monday, but first the team must waive a player off current roster. Blazers withholding the decision until Monday out of respect for LaMarcus Aldridge's All-Star appearance
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