WES MATTHEWS RUMORS & GOSSIP
Steph Curry crosses Wes Matthews, buries the three-pointer and celebrates towards the Blazers home crowd Sunday night during the fourth quarter:
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Wes Matthews had a pretty good seat for Portland's 10th straight win.
It just happened to be in the Trail Blazers' locker room.
One of three players ejected in the third quarter following a scuffle with Golden State, Matthews spent the final 15 minutes watching the game on TV with teammate Mo Williams after both players were tossed.
The two players saw yet another dramatic...
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November 24, 2013
Keep on keepin’ on
After losing eight of nine games to close out the month of February, the Portland Trail Blazers have won their first two games to start March. Both games were against winnable opponents, but the momentum is there to make a late-season push.
Matchup: Portland (28-31) @ Memphis Grizzlies (39-19)
Time: 5:00 PM PT
Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2013...
MINNEAPOLIS -- Wes Matthews played on a sore ankle but looked like Superman. LaMarcus Aldridge dominated from start to finish. The Timberwolves? They made every offensive possession an adventure in the first three quarters. The Trail Blazers improved to 3-0 against the Timberwolves this season with a 100-98 victory Monday at Target Center in a game that was a breeze for the first...
On Saturday, Jamal Crawford and his Clippers traveled North to face the Blazers at Portland’s Rose Garden, the arena in which he played his home games last season. In those home games, he scored just 13.5 points per game on 40.5% from the floor and 30.9% from three. As the numbers indicate, Crawford’s stint with the Blazers was a yearlong struggle. He was bad, the team...
MINNEAPOLIS -- This is something, Wes Matthews said, that the Portland Trailblazers have gotten used to. Winning, that is. Either at home, where the Blazers are 11-4, or on the road. With their 102-97 win over Minnesota at Target Center on Saturday night, Portland ended a four-game trip that included three victories. The Blazers, winners of 10 of their last 13 games, are on a roll...
The Portland Trail Blazers, now 9-12, have good news heading their way. Both Wesley Matthews and Nicolas Batum are making progress and could be returning to action soon. Mike Tokito of The Oregon Live reported that the team is hoping to have both Matthews and Batum back by Thursday when the Blazers take on the Spurs. Both players made individual comments about their progress.“My...
Top Blazers – Last 7 Days
Ever since the trade deadline, many have been quick to put a fork in the Portland TrailBlazers season. For good reason too, losing a coach and two work horse type players would crush any team, let alone this Blazers team.
Yet, each and every week, we see a glimmer of the potential this Portland team had to start the season, some even thought they had a...
Portland Trailblazers blogger Matt Martz weighs in with his Love’Em & Hate’Em column for the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Blazers game on Sunday night. With a little help from LaMarcus Aldridge at the Rose Garden Portland grabbed a 98-78 rout, Wes Matthews added 24. Cleveland rookie Kyrie Irving had 21 points and four assists.
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In matchup of undefeated teams, the Portland Trail Blazers topped the Denver Nuggets by a final score of 111-102. These two Western Conference sleepers played a fantastic game that featured a lot of back of forth action. Don’t be surprised if the Blazers and Nuggets face each other in the 2012 NBA playoffs.
The Blazers, who were playing at home, were led by Wesley Matthews and...