Mehmet Okur

Portland Trail Blazers #0 - Center

  • Born: 05/26/79
  • Age: 42
  • Height: 6-11
  • Weight: 265

It’s time for the Lakers to retire Pau Gasol’s jersey


As the second-best player on back-to-back champs, Gasol established himself as a Laker great. He deserves to see his jersey in the rafters of Staples Center.

2006-2007 Utah Jazz vs the 2020-2021 Utah Jazz

This could be a special season

Jazz fans, enjoy the 2020 NBA Draft and don’t forget to boo

Hope springs eternal until the ink dries on the Jazz pick. Remember to have fun tonight.

The Doppelgänger Machine finds the perfect match for Wizards center Moritz Wagner

I should have started this doppelgänger series with Moritz Wagner. After all, he’s German and it’s a compound German word, which mushes together doppel (meaning double) and gänger (meaning walker...

Congrats, Nate! Former Suns assistant Bjorkgren named head coach of the Indiana Pacers


Bjorkgren was considered for Suns top coaching spot in 2016.

What does NBA history tell us about Thomas Bryant?

Because I was bored, I ran Wizards center Thomas Bryant through my statistical doppelganger machine. And now you’re bored too. Sorry. Let me see if I can make it more interesting. First, Bryant’s...

Former Suns assistant Bjorkgren gets interview with Pacers


Bjorkgren was considered for Suns top coaching spot in 2016.

Exclusive Interview: Carlos Boozer discusses Western Conference Finals, Paul Millsap and LeBron James


Former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer had a lot to say about the Nuggets and their Conference Finals opponent

Who will be the Utah Jazz’s Kyrylo Fesenko in the 2020 NBA Playoffs?

With Bojan Bogdanovic and now Mike Conley out, who will become Utah’s FESENKO?

Nets stand in way of Blazers' chance to make playoffs


Keep the party rocking. Brooklyn kept the wins flowing with a W against the Orlando Magic on Tuesday afternoon. It was the Nets first win over the Magic this season after three losses and give...

Let’s Remember Some Raptors: Kris Humphries tries to get over the hump


Before Pascal Siakam, Kris Humphries was the best Raptor to ever wear #43. He would have been just another forward in Toronto, but Hump did what he could to standout. Let’s remmeber.

The Utah Jazz Need a Franchise Hall of Fame

More players are worth honoring