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Make Kyrie Irving Great Again (Or for the first time ever)

Posted on 24 Jul, 2017, by in NBA

It’s hard to tell the truth from the lies when it comes to the rumors swirling around Kyrie Irving and his demand to be traded by the Cleveland Cavaliers. But there are some things, regardless of how close you are to the situation, that are difficult to miss. More

Portland Trail Blazers Season Preview: Riding the Lillard-McCollum Train in Full Force

Posted on 12 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

The Portland Trail Blazers did a remarkable job of bouncing back after losing all but Damian Lillard from their starting lineup, promoting the more than ready C.J. McCollum, and surrounding them with players who complement their strengths and weaknesses. Can you make a championship team out of this? More

NBA Rumors: Portland Trail Blazers Love Their Lillard-McCollum Backcourt

Posted on 27 Jul, 2016, by in NBA

The Portland Trail Blazers see a bright future in their crystal ball, believing that building the team around Damian Lillard, with C.J. McCollum joining him, puts them in the best position to compete for the next few years. More

NBA Rumors – Blazers Were Fun But Warriors, Stephen Curry Simply Too Much

Posted on 12 May, 2016, by in NBA

The Golden State Warriors beating the Portland Trail Blazers in five games to make it to the conference finals doesn’t mean it was easy. More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls & Portland Trail Blazers Don’t Make Any Sense

Posted on 20 Feb, 2016, by in NBA

The two most surprising results of last night’s NBA action were the Portland Trail Blazers scorching through the Golden State Warriors in a 137-105 beatdown while the Chicago Bulls stopped their losing streak against the Toronto Raptors of all teams in a 116-106 win. More

NBA Rumors – Portland Trail Blazers Live and Die by the Three Pointer

Posted on 11 Jan, 2016, by in NBA

The Portland Trail Blazers aren’t the only team in the NBA heavily relying on shooting 3-pointers. But after the mass exodus of this offseason which leaves Damian Lillard with newly promoted C.J. McCollum as the vanguard of the offense, it’s even more of a shooting team that goes by how hot and cold they are that night. More

17 Most Important NBA Players in 2015-2016

Posted on 16 Sep, 2015, by in NBA

There are many storylines worth following in every NBA season. The players that deserve more focus than others in 2015-2016 consist of LeBron James and Kevin Durant for obvious reasons, but also LaMarcus Aldridge with the San Antonio Spurs bringing him to be their man of the future, Russell Westbrook who has to deal with a partner once again, Anthony Davis trying to become more than just the “next big thing” and Stephen Curry, coming off winning the MVP and the NBA championship, facing the hangover year that can go either way. More

NBA Rumors – LaMarcus Aldridge on Not Hating Damian Lillard, Leaving the Portland Trail Blazers, Weird New York Knicks & Los Angeles Lakers Second Chance

Posted on 24 Jul, 2015, by in Featured, NBA

The biggest free agent this offseason was LaMarcus Aldridge, who left the Portland Trail Blazers (not because of Damian Lillard), chose to sign with the San Antonio Spurs while leaving teams like the Los Angeles Lakers disappointed and not even meeting with the New York Knicks. More

Portland Trail Blazers – Worried About LaMarcus Aldridge, But Also Regarding Damian Lillard

Posted on 3 May, 2015, by in NBA

The main concern for the Portland Trail Blazers this offseason will be whether or not LaMarcus Aldridge re-signs with the team despite the temptations from bigger markets. It’s easy to forget that Damian Lillard is also facing an extension which is another major priority for the team to engage. More

NBA Playoffs – Brooklyn Nets Almost Clinching, Portland Trail Blazers Mostly Resting

Posted on 7 Apr, 2015, by in NBA

In a postponed game from the encounter that was cancelled back in January due to bad weather, the Brooklyn Nets beat the Portland Trail Blazers 106-96 to move a step closer towards a playoff spot, enjoying the rest their opponents were giving to some of their best players. More