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The Oden Comeback, Heading To South Beach

The most accurate description of Greg Oden’s career in the Association at this juncture, may be best summed up by the “Grateful Dead,” when they sang years ago “What A Long, Strange Trip It’s Been.” Selected with the first pick … Continue reading

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Oden Not Ready To Go Quietly Into The Night

Most people in Greg Oden’s position; would be ready to start the next adventure of their lifetime journey; leaving thoughts of playing in the NBA in the rear-view mirror. Unless he threw his money away, or invested in bad business … Continue reading

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Brandon Roy Satisfied He Gave His All In Comeback Attempt

“The difference between success and failure is patience and persistence.” Author Unknown Although some of us are blessed to be born with extraordinary talents in some area, until you learn to hone those skills; you will most likely fail far … Continue reading

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Clippers Personnel Director Gary Sacks Reportedly Top Candidate For G.M. Post

The Los Angeles Clippers seem to be leaning towards promoting from within, to fill the void at the General Manager position, created when former club G.M. Neil Olshey moved on to the same position with the Portland Trail Blazers, earlier … Continue reading

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Terry Stotts Gets Shot As Blazers New Bench Boss

The Portland Trail Blazers will have a new head coach for the upcoming campaign, as “NBA.com” reported Tuesday night, that the club has chosen former Dallas Mavericks assistant Terry Stotts to take over the bench, terms of the deal have … Continue reading

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Can B-Roy’s Knees Allow Him To Make Successful Comeback?

Just a few years ago, it seemed that Portland Trail Blazers shooting guard Brandon Roy was on the path to becoming a very special player in the Association. He dwarfed his competition in the voting, when he won the NBA Rookie Of … Continue reading

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October 30th Triple-Header Tips Off NBA 2012-2013 Campaign

After a nightmare of a year, that because of the protracted NBA Lockout, the Association played an abridged 66-game schedule that started on Christmas Day; “NBA.com” reported Thursday evening that a full 82-game slate will take place in the upcoming … Continue reading

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Would Raymond Felton Be Better Fit For Knicks Than Jeremy Lin?

Although the New York Knicks have consistently stated that they would match any qualifying offer that a team extends to restricted Free Agent point guard Jeremy Lin, the team may be plotting a revised strategy, according to long-time NBA writer for … Continue reading

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No Surprise, Pacers Will Match Blazers Offer To Roy Hibbert

The Indiana Pacers as expected, will match the offer sheet that the Portland Trail Blazers extended to All-Star center Roy Hibbert last week, which will keep him the “Hoosier State” for the next four-years and pay him $58 million over … Continue reading

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Blazers Front Office Shuffle Continues, Larry Miller Resigns As Team Prez

If the structure that is home to the Portland Trail Blazers front office lacks a revolving door, it truly should be installed as the team has played a constant game of musical-chairs with their personnel over the last few years. … Continue reading

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