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leoonfire95 / Player since Monday, May 3rd 2006
In my opinion, it has to be the lakers coming to town April 8, 2011. With the playoffs a few days away, it could change the whole landscape of the western conference. Plus its extra heated considering its the lakers, our most hated rivals. I could see this game putting the blazers at the top of western conference if we were to win. But hey, that's just one man's opinion, give me your thoughts.
I've been going over this and I'm thinking someone like the cavs for a first round pick? I don't know though, I need other opinions!
Max Mandel / Player since Monday, May 3rd 2006
Surely there are some fans that are thinking that the Wednesday night game against the New Jersey Nets will be a walk in the park. With the Nets off to an 0-14 start this season, the Trail Blazers should obviously be the favorite when the two teams take the court at the Rose Garden. However, it's important to remember that this Nets team has a nice core of talent and have
In the 93-83 victory over New Jersey on Wednesday night, Trail Blazers fans were able to see two of the best young centers in the league match up. Greg Oden continued his great play, scoring 18 points and grabbing eight boards. For the Nets, second year center Brook Lopez played the best game of his young career, scoring a career-high 32 points and pulling down 14 rebounds.
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