Sep 13

oh summer, where did you go? Training camp is two weeks out. which means it's just about time to get the gameface on. The next 14 days are the last chance for those of us here at Trail Blazers HQ to take one last big breath before jumping headfirst into the deep end that is the NBA season. I'll be honest: I'm not ready for it, but it's coming regardless.

So now that most of the fellows are back in town, seems like a decent time to rerun some of the interviews we've done with summer with our beloved players. Some interviews, like those with Wesley Matthews and the rookies, are pretty recent. The Q&A's with Brandon Roy and LaMarcus Aldridge are a bit older, but there still is probably something in those that you've forgotten or never knew. Either way, it's a decent way to brush up on what the guys have been doing as they too prepare to cede the next 8 months of their lives to basketball. Enjoy.

July 18: Q&A With Brandon Roy From Summer League

July 18: Q&A With LaMarcus Aldridge From Summer League

August 24: Elliot Williams Stays Moving

August 26: Q&A With Armon Johnson

September 3: Q&A With Luke Babbitt

September 8: Q&A From Turkey With Director Of NBA Scouting Mike Born

September 10: Q&A With Wesley Matthews


  1. "interviews we've done with summer with our beloved players."
    Your pour writing and lack of thoughtful questions or opinions really reflects negativity on this organization. I know it seems rude of me to continually harp on you but man you really are bad! PLEASE IS ANYONE PAYING ATTENTION IN THE FRONT OFFICE? Why

    by jreevus on 9/15/2010 10:19 PM
  2. i agree with you Casey; where did the summer go?! it's like i blinked and suddenly the guys are back in town. you know something though? i'd like the next month and a half to pass just as quickly so we can get into the regular season!

    ~ Kassandra

    ps: not sure what jreevus' agenda is, but it appears he is the the one being negative.

    by Kassandra on 9/16/2010 12:00 PM
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