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MLS Cup Playoffs: Timbers are the kings of Cascadia after crushing the Sounders

The Timbers thrashed the Sounders, 3-0, in Thursday's second leg to book their place in the Western Conference final.

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Waving goodbye to Sigi?

The Portland Timbers are serious MLS Cup contenders in Caleb Porter's first year, while Sigi Schmid's time as Sounders coach could be up.

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Timbers send rivals Sounders out

Cascadia is green and it's not rave green. It's deep Timbers green and so is half of the Western Conference final.

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Timbers vs. Sounders: Lineups

Sigi Schmid's last stand is here, and he's starting Shalrie Joseph as a striker.

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Timbers Army camps out for tickets

No cold or rain could keep the Timbers Army from getting the best seats for their first ever home playoff match. Apparently, neither could a job.

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Sheriff Brad Evans

Midfielder/right back/red-blooded American/sheriff Brad Evans.

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Timbers have Sounders on the brink

One of Cascadia's teams will be celebrating a spot in the Western Conference final on Thursday and, almost as important to their fans, they will also be celebrating the end of a rival's season.

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