Is CP3 really worth it ? I dont think so.
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  1. commontongue
    commontongue
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    Posted 07/22/2010 8:29 PM

    I like CP, i really do, but do we really want this Little Napoleon at the Blazer reigns? I dont personally think so. Im watching, listening, and reading every scrap of info on these possible trade scenarios,  i dont like the way  CP is either personally handling or delegating someone to handle on his behalf. It sounds awfully close to an altimatum that he's given N.O.. And they've been good to CP. Maybe im not thinking objectively because Monty is coaching the Hornets, and i would have liked to have seen how he was going to do with all those Diva's. I think Paul would be a distraction, for the simple fact that no player should have that kind of juice. Havent they learned that already from Lebron. I love his game, but they can keep him. I'd rather guard him. 
    I am a fan of our new roster playing with and for eachother.
  1. Blazers4Life247
    Blazers4Life247
    Posts: 250

    Posted 07/22/2010 8:59 PM

    sorry to say but they were planning on trading him anywayz. they just wanted to sell the team before hand because paul being on the team makes it an attractive sell. they have a pg to replace him who cost alot less... so maybe he knows what was in store for him and rather choose his team than wait and see where they trade him. i woulda did the same... 
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  1. Dan
    Dan
    Posts: 10

    Posted 07/22/2010 9:09 PM

    I would only trade for him if it was for Camby, Mller and Joel for him and Okafor. Otherwise I'd go after D.Harris or TOny Parker
    I am a fan of the Rose Garden
  1. The Unholy
    The Unholy
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    Posted 07/23/2010 3:39 AM

    Us fans can't help but dream big. So there's a lot to be excited about when a situation arises where those once nothing but dreams become a sudden reality. There's no doubt in my mind that Chris Paul would put the Blazers over the top. Portland fans differ in the sense that we don't want to just win. Perhaps it's only small market teams that win with their ability to assemble a team of not superstar caliber players, but a distinct selection of role players who succeed in playing their parts well. We want to win as a team and not by some freakish video game cheat like the Miami Heat. Although the NBA is a business and will progress and forever change for better or worse. What Lebron did was set off what may be a chain reaction. Teams that were once driven by healthy competition might find themselves in Cleveland's position and abandoned by their franchise player who had run to greener pasture. However we Blazer fans remember the Terry Porters, the Cliff Robinsons, Buck Willliams, etc. The type of players who became the legendary supporting cast for our own super-star Clyde Drexler. Even now, our Blazers have exceeded expectaions without even reaching their full potential. Would we being selling out on our stubborn way of thinking we must do it on our own as underdogs? The NBA is changing. The days of a lone superstar team are fading dramatically into the sunset as teams scramble to keep their players happy by being able to compete. So i ask, why not?
    I am a fan of high octane motion offense
  1. The Unholy
    The Unholy
    Posts: 352

    Posted 07/23/2010 3:41 AM

    Us fans can't help but dream big. So there's a lot to be excited about when a situation arises
     where those once nothing but dreams become a sudden reality. There's no doubt in my mind
     that Chris Paul would put the Blazers over the top. Portland fans differ in the sense that we
     don't want to just win. Perhaps it's only small market teams that win with their ability to
     assemble a team of not superstar caliber players, but a distinct selection of role players who
    succeed in playing their parts well. We want to win as a team and not by some freakish video
     game cheat like the Miami Heat. Although the NBA is a business and will progress and
     forever change for better or worse. What Lebron did was set off what may be a chain
    reaction. Teams that were once driven by healthy competition might find themselves in
    Cleveland's position and abandoned by their franchise player who had run to greener
    pasture. However we Blazer fans remember the Terry Porters, the Cliff Robinsons, Buck
    Willliams, etc. The type of players who became the legendary supporting cast for our
    own super-star Clyde Drexler. Even now, our Blazers have exceeded expectaions without
     even reaching their full potential. Would we being selling out on our stubborn way of
    thinking we must do it on our own as underdogs? The NBA is changing. The days of a
    lone superstar team are fading dramatically into the sunset as teams scramble to keep
    their players happy by being able to compete. So I ask, why not?
    I am a fan of high octane motion offense
  1. voytenkoviktor
    voytenkoviktor
    Posts: 14

    Posted 07/23/2010 10:34 AM

    Check this video out. Change the timeframe on ur left side to 2008-2009 then click the 5th page and u will see a video there with Pauls face click it and listen to what he has to say about BROY :D http://www.nba.com/blazers/video/originals/
  1. ripcityfan5221
    ripcityfan5221
    Posts: 17

    Posted 07/25/2010 5:14 PM

    CP3 is going to leave this summer or mid season  blazers have the best chance of getting him if Paul Allan wants him we will get him end of story like it or not.
    I am a fan of greg working hard to be a asset this year
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