Things get weird on Twitter as the Trail Blazers star looks for subscription sharing. If you share your NFL Sunday Ticket subscription with Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard, there’s no telling what he’ll do.
The 3rd year player wants to make the most of the opportunities he has with a new coach. The Portland Trail Blazers are less than two weeks away from the start of training camp and the roster is close to being set, and Nassir Little expects to make a definite contribution this year coming off of the bench.
On this episode of Jacked Ramsays, Ant shares what he’s been working on and what he wants to achieve this season on the court. On this episode of Jacked Ramsays, Portland Trail Blazers guard Anfernee Simons stops by to talk with hosts Danny Marang and Brandon Sprague.
We rifle through the history books this week and check in on players previously pursued by the Portland Trail Blazers. OK, so this headline initially read “Neil Olshey’s missed free agent targets” but that seemed a little passive aggressive.
Damian Lillard is one of the most active NBA players on social media. The Portland Trail Blazers star constantly interacts with fans, either talking about NBA-related topics, other sports like boxing, or even music. Cool as he is, Dame isn't afraid to set the record straight with people trying to disrespect him.
Blevins will serve a second year in a two-way role in Portland. The Portland Trail Blazers have announced that they’re keeping 6’4 wing Keljin Blevins as their second two-way contract signing for the 2021-22 season.
It’s a little surprising that a player who’s had a solid track record and is still just 26 years old couldn’t find another NBA home this summer. However, the league has trended away from players similar to Hollis-Jefferson.
The Church of Roy podcast is back to discuss where the Trail Blazers landed in this year’s NBA player rankings. The Church of Roy podcast returned this week to discuss where the Trail Blazers are landing in the annual player rankings.
Greg Oden is widely known as one of the most disappointing No. 1 picks in NBA history, as he was picked right before Kevin Durant. There is no question that there were a lot of high expectations for the center, as he performed extremely well at the college level.
The Ben Simmons sweepstakes aren’t over just yet and while no trade is in the works, oddsmakers are doing their best to project where the three-time All-Star ends up in the wake of Simmons declaring his intentions to never play for the Sixers again.
Adrian Wojnarowski reported the latest in the ongoing saga. Speculation has run wild about where Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers might end up, including possible trades between the Sixers and the Portland Trail Blazers, as Sixers’ President of Basketball Operations Daryl Morey has apparently set his cap for Damian Lillard.
Several Trail Blazers players landed between No. 100 and No. 51 in Sports Illustrated’s annual look at the top players in the NBA. Earlier today, Sports Illustrated released their ninth annual “Top 100 NBA Players” list, starting with players ranked No.