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kmikeym / Player since Monday, May 3rd 2006
Please lose. This will by my last game of the season that I see in the wonderful Rose Garden Arena. I think it's important that the Blazers win. You are the Lakers. We, in this peaceful and wonderful city, hate you. All of you. We hate you more when you play our perfect team, the Portland Trailblazers, and we hate you the most when you play against God's chosen in the
RipCityRevival / Player since Monday, May 3rd 2006
Wait a minute! The Blazers are below .500! Greg Oden is a defensive stopper but he isn't scoring against mediocre Centers in the Western Conference, what's he going to do against Andrew Bynum or Brooke Lopez, or Shaq? OH MY GOD! Brandon Roy put down 42 on Houston and we STILL lost! HOLY %$^@!!!! The ship is going down! Andre Miller is going to start complaining about starting!
Richard Ackerman / Player since Monday, May 3rd 2006
First off, WOO HOO we beat the L*kers, and not in a blowout, but in a close grind it out playoff type game. Good performances from basically everyone. They played hard, got down by double digits (again) but still found a way to grind out a victory. I don't know what it is with this team needing to get down by double digits in order to win, but whatever works for ya keep
tubbyd / Player since Monday, May 3rd 2006
O.k. So our Blazer team is done Rising Up, but now they, we, are on the UPRISE?! O.k. What I witnessed from section 331 our young players do to the number 1 seed in the West on Friday night was nothing short of spectacular. I was fortunate to attend the butt whooping the Blazers put on these same L.A. Lakers just a short while ago, and while that game was fun and filled
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