Martell Webster Blasts Blazers For Potentially Waiving Brandon Roy In The Future

Count Martell Webster among those opposed to a Portland Trail Blazers amnesty waiver of Brandon Roy. (Edited for clarity.)

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Hey, I really don't say stuff about other teams. But #B-Roy earned every bit of what he's owed. He is the reason Rip City is! The NBA knows! Shaking my head for real.

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Webster spent five seasons with the Blazers, four as a teammate of Roy. Both players are also from the tight-knit Seattle prep basketball ranks. In opposing the waiver of Roy, Webster joins a chorus of Portland fans. The funny thing is that if Roy was waived, there's a solid chance Webster's team, the Minnesota Timberwolves would put in a bid for him. Success there would, of course, drop Webster in the rotation, but give him another friend on the team.

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