You Be The GM: Brandon Roy
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  1. DHawes22
    DHawes22
    Posts: 6488

    Posted 05/24/2010 12:39 PM

    Stay Or Go?
    Stay (11)
     100%
    Go (0)
     0%
     

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    Brandon Roy
    Position: SG
    Height/Weight: 6-6/211
    NBA experience: 4 seasons
    2009-10 salary: $3,910,816
    Contract status: Brandon Roy will enter the first year of a five-year extension in 2010-11 that will keep him in Portland through the 2014-15 season: "Roy stands to make nearly $82 million over the length of the contract, but exact figures won't be known until the salary cap is set for the 2010-11 season. But if the cap stays the same next season, Roy would make $13.5 million in the first season of the contract. Roy will receive 10.5 percent raises each season, which could balloon his salary to $20.1 million in the fifth season, when Roy will be nearly 31."

    2009-10: Averaged 21.5 points, 4.4 rebounds, 4.7 assists, 0.94 steals and 37.2 minutes in 65 games (all starts) ... Honored as Western Conference Player of the week ending March 14, joining only Clyde Drexler as a five-time winner of the award in franchise history ... Named an All-Star for the third consecutive season on Jan. 28 ... Blocked a career-high three shots March 3 vs. Indiana ... Made a career-best 16 field goals (of 26) in scoring 41 points, including a career-best 25 in the first half, Dec. 25 vs. Denver ... Passed out a season-best 10 assists in recording first double-double (25 points) Dec. 15 vs. Sacramento ... Grabbed a season-best nine rebounds to go with 17 points Nov. 16 at Atlanta ... Scored a season-high 42 points, his second-highest career total, and matched a career high with five treys Oct. 31 in Houston.

    In many ways it was both a successful and frustrating year for Brandon Roy. Roy began the season trying to establish an on-the-court repertoire with offseason acquisition Andre Miller, then found his own offensive groove in December before missing 15 games in January with an injured hamstring.

    Roy returned to the lineup to help guide Portland to a playoff berth and consecutive 50-win seasons, but a torn meniscus in his right knee caused him to miss the final two games of the regular season and put his availability for the playoffs in doubt.

    All told, the three-time All-Star missed 16 games but still remained as productive as we've come to expect. Roy led the Blazers in scoring a team-best 36 times, netted 20-plus points in 41 games and ranked second on the team in assists, leading Portland 24 times.

    Roy scored 23 points or more in 15 straight appearances (12/1-1/2), the longest string of 23-point games in a season in franchise history (27.9 ppg). He became the third-fastest Trail Blazer to record his first 5,000 points in Portland (247 games) Jan. 10 vs. Cleveland.

    Roy ranked 11th among NBA leaders in scoring and was one of four NBA players that averaged at least 21.5 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 4.7 assists (Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade). Roy finished in the Top 20 in the NBA in free throws made (19th, 343) and attempted (16th, 440), minutes per game (18th, 37.2) and PER (16th, 21.3).

    Roy, who was selected to the All-NBA third team following the season, became just the third Trail Blazer to receive the All-NBA honor more than once, joining Bill Walton and Clyde Drexler.

    A surprising return just eight days after surgery to repair the torn meniscus in his right knee, in a gritty Game 4 win over Phoenix, highlighted Roy's postseason. Roy came off the bench to score 10 points in 27 minutes to help the Blazers even the series at 2-2.

    Roy was again a reserve for Game 5 in Phoenix but his surgically-repaired knee appeared to be more of a factor as Roy went just 2-for-7, scoring just five points and collecting four fouls in 19 minutes.

    In his first start of the playoffs in Game 6, he scored 14 points but struggled from the field (4-for-16 FG, 1-for-8 3 PT). Overall, Roy totaled 29 points (10-for-23), 7-for-9 from the line, seven rebounds, five assists and three turnovers in 83 minutes on a hobbled knee this postseason.

    After a frustrating finish to the season, Roy is already looking ahead to next year.

    "Whenever you lose you're always looking forward to next year; it can't come fast enough."
    You Be The GM: Brandon Roy
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  1. DHawes22
    DHawes22
    Posts: 6488

    Posted 05/24/2010 12:41 PM

    Stay. You don't let your face of the franchise leave in his mid-20's, esp considering he is inked for the next 4 years minimum. I do worry about his injured past, esp those hamstrings! Hopefully playing this summer will get his body right for the 2011 season.
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  1. ClydeFrog
    ClydeFrog
    Posts: 975

    Posted 05/24/2010 12:47 PM

    Stay! If anyone wants Brandon to leave, I think they need to have their head examined :D
    I am a fan of Watching Elliot Williams Take Flight!
  1. Bertram
    Bertram
    Posts: 803

    Posted 05/24/2010 3:19 PM

    This is like asking a Christian, "Do you believe in God?"

    Hell yeah he stays!
    I am a fan of B-Roy and LaMonster!
  1. caseyholdahl
    caseyholdahl
    Posts: 246

    Posted 05/25/2010 9:56 AM

    Brandon ended up with 79% stay, 21% go. Either a bunch of Lakers fans spammed that vote, or our fans have gone completely delusional.
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  1. DHawes22
    DHawes22
    Posts: 6488

    Posted 05/25/2010 10:27 AM

    You can vote on oregonlive's site as much as possible, so its not out of the realm of possibility that someone was just trying to be annoying voted that way. They need to change it so only one vote per computer.
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  1. Bertram
    Bertram
    Posts: 803

    Posted 05/25/2010 3:37 PM

    People just fear about his durability.

    Same thing happened in Miami with D-Wade. Now look at him.
    I am a fan of B-Roy and LaMonster!
  1. DHawes22
    DHawes22
    Posts: 6488

    Posted 05/25/2010 3:43 PM

    Posted By Bertram on 05/25/2010 3:37 PM
    People just fear about his durability.

    Same thing happened in Miami with D-Wade. Now look at him.

    Very good point. DWade had a dip in his production back in 07-08, similar to Roy this year, but then Wade went out these past two years and really put himself back into the argument for top player in the league. I can only hope Roy returns healthy and improves on his 2009 2nd Team All-NBA campaign. He just always finds a way to improve!
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  1. BR7_Fan
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    Posts: 399

    Posted 05/26/2010 6:47 AM

    No real Blazer fan votes go here. The guy is motivated, and always looking to improve his game. Looking for a nice bounce back next season.
    I am a fan of RIP CITY > LOB CITY
  1. mario250775
    mario250775
    Posts: 197

    Posted 05/26/2010 11:27 AM

    He should stay. I say once again he is getting better each season and exactly is suitable for this team, so Go Blazers !!! , Go with Brandon Roy !!! RIP CITY !!!
    I am a fan of Portland Trail Blazers, RIP CITY !!!
  1. Tobyus Sanchezo
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    Posts: 1669

    Posted 05/28/2010 11:42 PM

    King of Portland
    I am a fan of multiple All-Stars on the Blazers roster this season!
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