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Changes, changes, changes - Part I

I say Part I because I assume that more trades will take place before the NBA trade deadline passes tomorrow afternoon….. But just in the last week, we’ve seen: - Toronto go from a team that was...

The Oregonian on trade talk


Decent analysis, but one line really gets me. How can this one get by the editorial staff? "but would Portland want Butler's contract?" What?????? Does it ever rain in Oregon? Does Patrick Ewing spend a lot of money? Was Augustine intelligent? But if you can get past that one silly question.....


The Mad Rush for 2010 Cap Space

Created this as a blog on my site today, but thought I'd post it here as well. I read a rumor today - in the NY Daily News among other places - about the Knicks possibly moving Eddy Curry to...


24 Games this what you expected?

I remember looking at the schedule for the Blazers when it first came out and could not believe how difficult the first 24 games looked.  Right now, the Blazers have played more games than any...

LV Review-Journal disrespects the Blazers!


OK, so after searching, I can't find this on the online version of the paper, so the link above won't let you see this atrocity, but in the print version, here is what appears in the television section of today's Las Vegas Review-Journal, under the heading of "Best Bets": NBA Basketball Road wins have been tough to come by for the Portland Trail Blazers so far this year, so tonight's tilt in Boston against the Celtics will certainly come as a challenge. As of mid-November, Brandon Roy and the Blazers had managed only one win on enemy hardwood, although their unbeaten home mark has them right behind Utah in the Northwest. At 5 p.m. on ESPN.

Trade Exceptions and the Iverson/Billups deal


I wrote about trade exceptions and the blockbuster deal yesterday in the blog portion of my site. If you're interested in this sort of thing, check it out and let me know if it makes sense.

A new blog entry by Storyteller


My newest blog gives my thoughts on the October extensions. I also updated the player salary spreadsheets this morning.

FYI, I've updated the Blog Page on my website


With the new format, I hope to put up a new blog entry every week about pertinent information regarding NBA salaries and CBA issues. Or if not that, something I consider funny (such as last week's entry). This week's entry is about cap space in 2009 for the Blazers.

The New Storytellers Contracts site


It's stage 1 of improving the look/feel of the site. I will be updating the salary information regularly and posting on the blog page irregularly (as I get inspired). The .info site is still up and will be for awhile. Although I'll soon be putting in an automatic re-direct to the new site. Enjoy and feel free to leave feedback and/or email me.


What do you need to see from Blake in 2008-09?

After reading Jason Quick's piece on Blake today, I asked myself what I wanted to see from Steve this season that would justify keeping him on the Blazers beyond next June.  After all, his contract...


2008-09 Salary Cap set at $58.68 million Just a bit higher than the $58.5 million that I was predicting.  That's a jump of $3 million over this past season's cap figure.  I guess the...


Update on Cap Space in 2009

I created a post here on Blazer's Edge back in December after Canzano made the point that: "Assuming the Blazers make their expected qualifying offers to their young players, and assuming they'll...


Cap space in 2009?

A certain columnist at the Oregonian wrote a couple of weeks ago about the Blazers having cap space in 2009.  He said that 'all' options could be picked up and 'all' draft picks signed and 'all'...

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