NWSB Editor and Portland Trail Blazers Blogger Bryant Knox takes us on a trip down memory lane, revisiting five players who have left the organization on a sour note. The main culprits are Raymond Felton, Qyntel Woods, Bonzi Wells, Darius Miles and Zach Randolph. Also making the list is Greg Oden, although he’s more of an honorable mention, as fans are starting to root for him in his comeback with LeBron James and the Miami Heat.
NWSB Insider and Portland Trailblazers blogger Blair Thomas tells us why he’s a sold out 100% PDX basketball fan for life. It is about family. From 1977 to 1995 Rip City sold out 814 home games, the longest streak in American major professional sports. The Blazers made the city proud and the family thanked them in return. PDX was lucky to have had Clyde Drexler. LaMarcus Aldridge is the promise of a bright future.
UW Huskies hoops blogger K-Shell tells us the Washington Huskies possible greatest player Brandon Roy is going to be missed by the Washington Huskies and Portland Trail Blazers fans as well as fans of good people. When Roy came to UW it marked a change in culture as he was the first big time recruit to stay home.