LeGarrette Blount's Right Fist

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CourtVision: Rip City Bravado (Grantland)


Kirk Goldsberry's new (rather short) piece on the Blazers, including lots of shot charts

Stein Blazers rank 15th in NBA Power Rankings, 9th in West


"15 Portland 33-49 last year The Blazers insist Lillard, Batum and Aldridge are their core trio. Speculation persists it'll eventually be Lillard, Batum and whatever they get back in an Aldridge trade. What matters most for now is whether they have enough depth around those three to crack the West's top eight. We shall see."

Lowe: Wesley Matthews is a "New Age Shane Battier"


Grantland's Lowe compiles a list of potential members of the "New Age Shane Battier" club: players who credibly defend both wing positions and shoot above league average from behind the 3-point line. Wesley Matthews is among players listed.

Thorpe: Lillard should emulate Andre Miller (& other rookie comparisons)


In this video, ESPN resident rookie expert David Thorpe and Truehoop's Henry Abbott discuss which current NBA players certain rookies should watch and mold their games after.

Thorpe: Lillard among best of 22-year-old Rookies


David Thorpe, who has done pieces on the best 19-, 20- and 21-year-old rooks in the league, released his 22-year-old list today (yesterday?). I don't have ESPNinsider and can't read it, but I'll take a shot in the dark and say Lillard is likely at the top of the list.

Arnovitz: "Lillard Outshines Rivers In Guards' Debuts"


"I really wanted to show people I can make plays and get guys involved," Lillard said. "I thought I got a lot of guys shots. Any time you can come in and make the guys around you better and get them easy shots, I feel like you're doing your job and you're playing well and just making the right plays, and I thought I did that."

Stein: Blazers One Of Three Potential Steve Nash Suitors

Marc Stein of reports the latest on Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer. The Portland Trail Blazers are included on his list of potential suitors that have the cap space to make a run at Nash. --------------------------------- Sources briefed on the matter told that the three teams with salary-cap space best positioned to make a credible run at the 38-year-old, at this early juncture, are Portland, Toronto and Brooklyn (should the Nets lose D-Will). ... The Blazers, by contrast, have coveted Nash for years in trades and will finally have the financial flexibility to chase him, offering the closest proximity to Nash’s Vancouver roots than anywhere else on the NBA map among other perks. --------------------------------- ed: text edited, bumped to front page

Gamin' while the game's on hold

Locked out. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!1!!1!!! For the forseeable future we have no Blazers to root for. As such, my incredibly valuable time is no longer spent reading myriad...



Alright. I admit it. This is only my 2nd junk drawer and I still have no idea whatsoever about how to put a secret message in the URL, but.....I SAY THEE NAY!  Today's message will be relayed loud...


JD 9/4/10 - schooljunking

So I start my senior year of high school on Tuesday. That being the major catastrophe that it is, I figured it belongs in its very own junk drawer. Sharing is caring, so anyone who has stories or...

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