State of the Portland Trail Blazers. Steve Lee our man with his pulse on the Trailblazers NBA Hoops beat is back with another edition of the Notebook. The December 31st, 2011 edition. For the 11th straight year the Blazers walked off the Rose Garden court with their hands raised in victory on opening night. LaMarcus Aldridge had 25, Gerald Wallace had 21, Jamal Crawford finished with 12 points, Wesley Matthews 16.
Steve Lee one of our Portland Trailblazers bloggers tells us After serving Kevin Pritchard a pink slip one year earlier, Paul Allen said goodbye to his replacement Rich Cho, here are more top moments of the 2011 Trail Blazers. Wesley Matthews found himself inserted into the starting five when Roy was on the bench in street clothes. Here’s to the 2011 Portland Trailblazers memories. Our Year In Review. Cheers.
Steve Lee one of our Portland Trailblazers bloggers reports on the NBA preseason matchup between the Blazers and the Jazz last night at the Rose Garden in Portland. A week before the team tips off their schedule, the Blazers have kicked off the 2011-12 season in the right direction. With LaMarcus Aldridge sidelined due to his recent heart condition Wesley Matthews was a pleasant surprise.
Portland Trail Blazers blogger Matt Martz tells us five things us fans of the Portland Trail Blazers should watch for. Including to bring a title home to “Rip City” ranking high on the ole Christmas Wish List. LaMarcus Aldridge, Greg Oden, and Marcus Camby will welcome in old man river Kurt Thomas, but another big man is still needed in Oregon.
Portland Trail Blazers blogger Matt Martz tells us five things us fans can look forward to this year for Portland basketball. Namely watching Jamal Crawford who averaged 14.2 points per game last year in Atlanta. Without Brandon Roy, he’ll bring valuable firepower off the bench. As will a full season of Gerald Wallace and Kurt Thomas.
Portland Trailblazers basketball blogger Steve Lee tells us when you look at the astronomical salaries that are floating around the NBA these days, Rashard Lews ($22mil), Gilbert Arenas ($19mil), its easy to say Portland’s salaries are NOT out of control. Brandon Roy, Gerald Wallace, Greg Oden, Jerome Kersey, LaMarcus Aldridge contracts are examined…
Northwest hoops blogger Steve Lee had a day dream the other day, or was it a nightmare. As the Portland Trailblazers welcomed the Denver Nuggets in for their 2011/12 home opener. Did it really happen? The stadium and the game remain locked out, at least until the end of November and most likely beyond. No Brandon Roy, LaMarcus Aldridge, or Greg Oden…yet.