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Portland Trail Blazers Week Preview – 3/3

The Portland Trail Blazers stringing together a 3-0 week is something they haven’t done in a solid month. Before beating the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder at home, and stomping the Boogie Cousins-less Kings in Sacramento, the Blazers were scuffling along as a sub-.500 pace since MLK Day. I admit to not watching much basketball lately; you try disassembling two tons...
Via Oregon Sports News
42 minutes ago  |  Discuss

A Plea To All 12s – Support The Portland Trail Blazers

All-Star Week shenanigans proved to be fairly productive and immaterial to the Portland Trail Blazers. Though LaMarcus Aldridge was the first Blazer to start an All-Star Game since Clyde Drexler in 1994, and though he and Damian Lillard both had unusually good games considering the All-Star format (Aldridge in particular looked smooth in the first quarter, draining two three-pointers...
Via Oregon Sports News
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Portland Trail Blazers trade rumors: Potential targets

With three days left until the NBA trade deadline, could the Portland Trail Blazers make a move? The team has a chance to make a deep playoff run if it stays healthy- the key word being healthy. LaMarcus Aldridge has already incurred a thumb injury with half the season left to go, so a hint of worry is natural in Rip City. It doesn’t help that the 2015 Western Conference seems...
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Blazers’ Aldridge forgot how to properly inbound the ball

I thought the All-Star game was a collection of the best players in the league, who do everything better than the rest of the players who aren’t playing in the annual event. You know, they score the ball better, rebound better, pass the ball better and oh I don’t know, inbound the ball better. So what happened to the Blazers’ LaMarcus Aldridge when he TRIED to inbound the ball...
Via Crossover Chronicles
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Kerr Names LaMarcus Aldridge All-Star Starter

LaMarcus Aldridge will be starting in the all-star game tonight. ESPN reports that Western conference All-Star coach Steve Kerr has named Portland Trail Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge as a starter in the all-star game replacing the injured New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis. Kerr named Aldridge the replacement Saturday after rumors were out that Oklahoma City Thunder...
Via Basketball Bicker
16 days ago  |  Discuss

LaMarcus Aldridge Puts Off Surgery, Will Play Saturday

In an astonishing twist, Portland Trail Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge has decided to put off thumb surgery and will suit up for the team’s game against the Washington Wizards Saturday night. Portland had originally announced on Thursday night that the power forward was expected to miss six-to-eight weeks after tearing the radial collateral ligament in his left thumb. At that...
Via Sportsnaut
January 24, 2015  |  Discuss

LaMarcus Aldridge Thumb Injury Causes Him To Miss Up To Two Months

LaMarcus Aldridge thumb injury forces Portland to lose their superstar for 6-8 weeks. ESPN reports that Portland Trail Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge thumb injury issues will cause him to miss the next six to eight weeks. The hopeful all star suffered the injury on Monday against the Sacramento Kings  tearing the radial collateral ligament in his left thumb. An MRI on Thursday...
Via Basketball Bicker
January 22, 2015  |  Discuss

LaMarcus Aldridge out 6-8 weeks with thumb injury

Portland Trail Blazer big man LaMarcus Aldridge will undergo surgery on his left thumb after he injured it in Thursday’s game against the Phoenix Suns. The team lost that game 118-113 and it looks like they’ve lost Aldridge for almost two months now. #Blazers say MRI reveals that LaMarcus Aldridge has a radial collateral ligament tear in left thumb. He will have surgery, miss...
Via Crossover Chronicles
January 22, 2015  |  Discuss

LaMarcus Aldridge Injury Update: Out Wednesday, No Return Timetable

LaMarcus Aldridge injury concerns spells bad news for Portland Trail Blazers fans. reports that the LaMarcus Aldridge injury to his left thumb will keep him out of Wednesday’s game vs. the Phoenix Suns. The Trail Blazers all star will be seeing a specialist and getting a MRI on his thumb later in the week with no current timetable for his return. Hopeful to be named...
Via Basketball Bicker
January 21, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Serge Ibaka, LaMarcus Aldridge ejected for scuffle

Serge Ibaka and LaMarcus Aldridge were ejected from the end of the Trail Blazers-Thunder game on Tuesday night after getting into a scuffle in the final minute. Portland beat Oklahoma City 1115-111 in overtime, but the two big men mixing it up was the story of the final period.
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 23, 2014  |  Discuss

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